Author Sunreet Kaur

Sunreet Kaur Top Ten Artworks

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Sunreet Kaur- Historical Fiction

Sunreet Kaur Professor Hoffman IDC 1011H 28 November 2017 Researchers at Harvard University began conducting a search of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. Among the many documents, they discovered a first-hand account of Rose Rosenfeld Freedman describing her story of… Continue Reading →

Sunreet Kaur’s Music Video Assignment

“New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down” by LCD Soundsystem   This song is by LCD Soundsystem and appears on the album Sound of Silver (2007). LCD Soundsystem is an American rock band formed in 2002 in Brooklyn, New… Continue Reading →

Jeff Koons (1995-Present) by Sunreet Kaur

Jeff Koons is an artist known to be inspired by items not typically considered art, such as inflatable plastic toys or vacuum cleaners. He strips industrially-made objects for their practical purposes and presents them as art. He took an interest… Continue Reading →

Gold Diggers of 1933

Sunreet Kaur Plot Gold diggers of 1933, a musical dramatic comedy by Busby Berkeley and Mervyn LeRoy and produced by Jack L. Warner and Robert Lord, revolves around three aspiring actresses or “gold diggers.” These three showgirls, Polly Parker (Ruby… Continue Reading →

Alfred Stieglitz

Kyle Arnold and Sunreet Kaur Alfred Stieglitz Paper           Alfred Stieglitz is an American photographer, gallerist, and publisher known for the rise in modern photography in the early twentieth century. Born in 1844, in Hoboken, New… Continue Reading →

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