In the 19th century, artists asked questions that challenged academic standards. For centuries art alternated…
Humans have always built things. Not only have people constructed buildings for shelter or storage of valuables, but they have erected monuments to great leaders, tombs for their dead, temples for their gods, and public buildings for community gatherings. While architecture and designs may look different around the world and across history, the similarities demonstrate how we have always pushed the limits of human ingenuity.
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