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    • Renee Perle Motoring With Goggles

    • Lartigue, Jacques Henri (1896-1986);
    • Renee Perle Motoring With Goggles
    • ". . . Her charm disturbs me. I am afraid it always will. Renee is beautiful; she is tender;she is everything I desire. I live in a dream."
    • Black and white photography; Gelatin silver print;
    • The Opening of Closed Center; My Diary in Shaker Village

    • Zhen, Chen (1955-2000)
    • The Opening of Closed Center; My Diary in Shaker Village
    • The Opening of Closed Center is a found object installation as seen in the foreground; My Diary in Shaker Village is 27 framed portraits in pastel with text in Chinese ink all along the wall
    • Found objects; pastel and ink
    • Untitled

    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Untitled
    • Acoma Pueblo. Pueblo pottery process. Painting no. 1: Emma grinds a pigment rock with a little water, a cake of cuaco is ground into pigment as a binder, consistency is tested with a yucca brush
    • Pottery
    • Confucius Diary-Vancover

    • Gu, Wenda (1955- )
    • Confucius Diary-Vancover
    • artist as cross-cultural ambassador: left side is red velvet chinese scolar's robe, right is a red velvet tuxedo next to a donkey
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    • America; This is Nazi Brutality

    • Shahn, Ben (1898-1969);
    • America; This is Nazi Brutality
    • propoganda of WW II; USA poster; list of what Nazi Brutality is with an image of a man with a bag over his head
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    • The Four Joys of Nan Shend-Lu

    • Hong-Shou, Ch'en
    • The Four Joys of Nan Shend-Lu
    • Paper weight is a carved lion, to the left is the inkstone and ink stick, and bowl of water with a ladling spoon, as the scholar begins to write; from A. Robinson's "The Story of Writing", in 1995.
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    • The Bridges of Konigsberg; Topology Network Theory

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    • The Bridges of Konigsberg; Topology Network Theory
    • Theory: It is impossible to cross all the bridges without recrossing at least one: in such a network some retracing is inevitable whenever there are three or more points at which an odd number of pathways converge (Leonard Euler 1707- 1783)
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    • Tea Cozy

    • McBride, Katherine
    • Tea Cozy
    • tea cozy that is in the form of a mother reading to her two children. She is sitting on a colorful print upolstered chiar kicking off her shoes.
    • Porcelain
    • Kingsley Read's Shaw Alphabet

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    • Kingsley Read's Shaw Alphabet
    • George Bernard Shaw left money in his will to design a rational of at least 40 letters: talls, deeps, shorts, and compunds. The name of each letter is given beneathit, and its sound is printed in bold type; The Story of Writing
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    • Color is Power: 29

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 29
    • New York; A red Mustang infront of a yellow taxi, which is infront of an orange building
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 54

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 54
    • Warsaw; Three billboards one above the next, advertising David Copperfield, Perry Ellis, and another that is unidentified.
    • Colour photography
    • The Color Sphere (Four Views)

    • Itten, Johannes (1888-1967)
    • The Color Sphere (Four Views)
    • Illustration of four figures of the color sphere; figures 49 and 50 are views of the surface; 51 is a horizontal section of the color sphere at the view equator; 52 is a vertical section of the color sphere in the red-orange, blue-green sector
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    • The Crossing

    • Viola, Bill (1951- )
    • The Crossing
    • Artist is annihilated by fire on left panel and on the right panel the artist is annihilated by water
    • Video projected onto a double sided screen
    • What White Is

    • Carnwath, Squeak (1947- )
    • What White Is
    • Side by side of a square grid and a square of text, both against a yellow background
    • Oil, alkyo on canvas
    • Can (Silkworm) Series

    • Bing, Xu (1955- )
    • Can (Silkworm) Series
    • View of a book; the character ""can,"" ""silkworm,"" is homonymous with a different ""can"" character that means ""to damage or disfigure""
    • Moth, eggs, and book
    • Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows
    • Installation view from above, ""Inside Out: New Chinese Art"" at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York City, showing a boat form suspended in the air above the viewers; boat has been shot full of arrows (each arrow is 62 cm in length)
    • Wooden boat, 3000 arrows, electric fan, Chinese flag
    • Please, What Is Your Name?

    • Bing, Xu (1955- )
    • Please, What Is Your Name?
    • Proposal for an installation of a computer program that prints out gallery visitors surnames, written in square word calligraphy
    • Computer, printer, ink on paper calligraphy
    • How Is Your Feng Shui? Year 2000 Project for Manhattan

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • How Is Your Feng Shui? Year 2000 Project for Manhattan
    • Four still images of stone lions installed in homes and offices of visitors to the exhibition; lions were sold for $500-$1000, depending on the size, out of 400 applications only 88 were granted
    • Stone lion
    • Performing Chinese Ink Painting

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • Performing Chinese Ink Painting
    • Still image of three traditional Chinese landscape painters working indoors with an audience at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden; the fog in the air is from smoke machines
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    • Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • Borrowing Your Enemy's Arrows
    • Installation view from below, ""Inside Out: New Chinese Art"" at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York City, showing a boat form suspended in the air above the viewers; boat has been shot full of arrows (each arrow is 62 cm in length)
    • Wooden boat, 3000 arrows, electric fan, Chinese flag
    • Communication (Series No. 5)

    • Cang, Xin (1967- )
    • Communication (Series No. 5)
    • Artist is buried underground up to his head reaching out his tongue to taste the tongue of a participant
    • Performance art; Color photography
    • Survival Series

    • Holzer, Jenny (1950- )
    • Survival Series
    • "Outer space is where you discover, wonder, where you fight and never hurt earth. If you stop believing this, your mood turns ugly."
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    • Untitled (Your Body Is a Battleground)

    • Kruger, Barbara (1945- );
    • Untitled (Your Body Is a Battleground)
    • Billboard comissioned by the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio for its New Works for New Spaces: Into the Nineties Exhibition. View next to pro life billboard
    • Billboard; Black and white photography;
    • Survival Series

    • Holzer, Jenny (1950- );
    • Survival Series
    • "Savor kindness because cruelty is always possible later"
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    • The Vision (Orpheus Series)

    • Day, Fred Holland (1869-1933);
    • The Vision (Orpheus Series)
    • Nude stretching in front of cave, rock behind is overlayed with a face
    • Black and white photography; Platinum
    • The Seven Last Words

    • Day, Fred Holland (1869-1933);
    • The Seven Last Words
    • Platinum print; The Seven Last Words: III "Woman Behold thy Son"and VII "It is Finished" (Self portrait)
    • Black and white photography; Platinum;
    • Olana (exterior)

    • Church, Frederic Edwin (1826-1900); Vaux, Calvert
    • Olana (exterior)
    • Olana building exterior, at left is the studio wing, added 1888 - 91
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    • The Dream of Flowers, no. 4

    • Michals, Duane (1932- );
    • The Dream of Flowers, no. 4
    • Man's head resting on table, man's head is surrounded and covered by flowers
    • Black and white photography;
    • Revenge of the Goldfish

    • Skogland, Sandy (1946- )
    • Revenge of the Goldfish
    • Altered space with figures. Installation with orange goldfish and boys in their bedroom where everything is blue
    • Color photography; Cibachrome print;
    • Things are Queer

    • Michals, Duane (1932- );
    • Things are Queer
    • Grid of photos of a man in a bathroom where the scale of the bathroom is disproportionate to the scale of the man
    • Black and white photography;
    • The Land of Cockaigne

    • Bruegel, Pieter (1525-1569);
    • The Land of Cockaigne
    • Three reclining men in the magical utopian land of Cockaigne where food is abundant and free. Copy of Bruegel's painting
    • Engraving;
    • Foto Funnies

    • Matteson
    • Foto Funnies
    • Excuse me, is this bed occupied? From National Lampoon
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    • Piazza d' Italia (night)

    • Moore, Charles (1925-1993); August Perez Associates
    • Piazza d' Italia (night)
    • Tuscan order at right is 'fluted' with water, doric to left has 'wetopes' (metopes) and Moore's face spitting water.
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    • Sacred Landscape

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    • Sacred Landscape
    • Statue in foreground is probably Diana Lucifera, the light bringer. Fourth style impressionism. Pompeii
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    • Whose Ice is Colder

    • Hammons, David (1943- );
    • Whose Ice is Colder
    • Installation view of various flags and sculptural pieces
    • Flags, oil drums, and ice;
    • Gutenberg Bible, open to two pages

    • Gutenberg, Johann (c. 1387 - 1468)
    • Gutenberg Bible, open to two pages
    • Gutenberg Bible with illuminated headers and initials, first printed book from moveage type. Approximately 180 were produced and hand illuminated, so each copy is unique.
    • Book with illuminated pages
    • Gutenberg Bible, First page of Genesis

    • Gutenberg, Johann (c. 1387 - 1468)
    • Gutenberg Bible, First page of Genesis
    • Gutenberg Bible with illuminated headers and initials, first printed book from moveage type. Approximately 180 were produced and hand illuminated, so each copy is unique.
    • Book with illuminated pages
    • Untitled

    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992)
    • Untitled
    • Acoma Pueblo. Corrugated Pot no. 4: The lip is cut and smoothed
    • Pottery
    • Untitled

    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Untitled
    • Acoma Pueblo. Pueblo pottery. Corrugated Pot no. 2: Outside surface of base is textured with a special carved cedar stick
    • Pottery
    • Untitled

    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Untitled
    • Acoma Pueblo. Pueblo pottery. Corrugated Pot no. 3: The bottom is widened with more coils, smoothed, textured, and then put in a Huditz
    • Pottery
    • Untitled

    • Lewis, Lucy M. (c. 1897 - 1992);
    • Untitled
    • Acoma Pueblo. 2: Lucy's daughters Emma and Dolores prepare clay. Clay is turned into a thick slip and screened through a nylon mesh curtain
    • Pottery
    • Circus Clowns

    • Daumier, Honore (1808 - 1879);
    • Circus Clowns
    • Figure with arms upraised, a second figure is behind him leaning over a barrel
    • Black crayon and brown charcoal
    • Clown

    • Daumier, Honore (1808 - 1879);
    • Clown
    • Man standing on chair with arm upraised, a second man is behind him leaning over a barrel form
    • Crayon and watercolor
    • Figure 99, Lines and Areas In Perspectives

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    • Figure 99, Lines and Areas In Perspectives
    • Perspective; A. Line parallel to picute plane are parallel in perspective. B. Lines not parallel to picture plane converge to a vanishing point. C. Horizon is at height of the eye of the observer
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    • My Hobby Is Drinking

    • Owens, Bill (1938- )
    • My Hobby Is Drinking
    • from Suburbia. Two men sitting at home bar, toasting drinks
    • Black and white photography
    • The Branch

    • Gilbert (1943- ) and George (1942- );
    • The Branch
    • Two men in business suits printed in large grid. Top grid is red with a graphic of a tree. Four prints dyed red.
    • Black and white photography;
    • Still Life with Chair Caning

    • Picasso, Pablo (1881-1973);
    • Still Life with Chair Caning
    • Oil & pasted oilcloth on canvas & rope; Oval Cubist still life, background is chair caning, framed by rope
    • Oil;
    • TV Buddha

    • Paik, Nam June (1932-2006 );
    • TV Buddha
    • Video camera pointing at bronze buddha, who is looking into a small tv with his image
    • Closed circuit video installation with bronze
    • Untitled (Lobster)

    • Weems, Carrier Mae (1953- );
    • Untitled (Lobster)
    • ed. 5, A seated man and woman, at table, eating lobster with beer, and as he puts food in his mouth, she is touching his head; bird cage in the back corner.
    • Black and white photography; Gelatin silver print;
    • T.V. Buddha

    • Paik, Nam June (1932- );
    • T.V. Buddha
    • Buddha watches himself 'live' on T.V. monitor that is in a mound of earth
    • 18th century bronze Korean Buddha; T.V.; Earth
    • Self-Portrait

    • Johnston, Frances Benjamin (1864-1952)
    • Self-Portrait
    • Self-portrait of the artist drinking out of a stein and smoking a cigarette with her skirt hiked up so you can see her stockings. She is siting in front of the fireplace
    • Black and white photography;
    • The Ohio Project(7)

    • Lee, Nikki S. (1970- );
    • The Ohio Project(7)
    • Nikki as a lower class teenager, in a strapless tank and pink short shorts, sitting on the arm of a chair, in which a man, with confederate flag in the background, is looking at his rifle.
    • Color photography
    • Building in which Tuskegee began

    • Johnston, Frances Benjamin (1864-1952);
    • Building in which Tuskegee began
    • Photograph of a reproduction of a church in which Tuskegee began. There is a large sign of text explaining this on the side.
    • Black and white photography;
    • Berryessa Valley, California

    • Lange, Dorothea (1895-1965);
    • Berryessa Valley, California
    • Older woman in sweater holding out her hand as if to shake hands, she is standing in a field
    • Black and white photography
    • The Great Migration, Pakistan

    • Bourke-White, Margaret (1904-1971);
    • The Great Migration, Pakistan
    • A line of people walking along a road with their belongings balanced on their heads, one woman is being carried on the shoulders of a bearded man.
    • Black and white photography
    • Portrait by William Morgan

    • Morgan, Barbara (1900-1992);
    • Portrait by William Morgan
    • Portrait of artist painting on the side of a mountain, she is roped up to prevent a fall
    • Black and white photography

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