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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
    • From Found Moments Transformed

    • Wells, Alisa (1929-1988);
    • From Found Moments Transformed
    • Photograph of two children - mid-century clothing, the girl's form is manipulated
    • Black and white photography;
    • Morris chair

    • Stickley, Gustav (1858-1942);
    • Morris chair
    • Velvet upholstery is not original.
    • Oak;
    • Packed Coast

    • Javacheff, Christo (1935- );
    • Packed Coast
    • Little Bay, Australia; view from the south side of the gully; the coast is entirely wapped in white cloth
    • Packing material
    • Letter to Bo Yuan

    • Wang, Xun (350 - 401)
    • Letter to Bo Yuan
    • Scroll with three panels, Center panel caligraphy by Wang Xun (350 - 401 CE), characters on left panel by Dong Qichang (1955 - 1636), right panel by the Qianlong emperor (1736 - 95), the painting of the tree is also by the emperor.
    • Caligraphy
    • Fetish #2 (two views)

    • Stout, Renee (1958- );
    • Fetish #2 (two views)
    • Female figure with adorments, one is photographic in nature
    • Mixed media sculpture
    • Left side, Signature; Right Side, Bagpipe

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Left side, Signature; Right Side, Bagpipe
    • The big green bag is a lung that blows air through the three longer tunes suspended from the ceiling, while the other free standing structure tells the bagpipe what to play; the desk piece signs the artist's signature on pieces of paper.
    • Mixed media
    • Shrink (detail)

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Shrink (detail)
    • By maintaining a proportional distance between the disks and the vanishing point, the chair is effectively shrunk.
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    • Drip

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Drip
    • A sort of drumming machine. The spin frequencies of a train of gears are randomly sampled, mixed, and synchronized to generate a nonrepeating rhythmic pattern. The pattern is heard as the water dripping into the buckets from the ends of tentacles.
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    • Post Massacre & Crackdown

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    • Post Massacre & Crackdown
    • Wang Weilin confronts tanks: "Why are you here? You have done nothing but create misery. My city is in chaos because of you!"
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    • Private Archaeology

    • Abramovic', Marina (1946- );
    • Private Archaeology
    • Detail from Private Archeology and what is in each tray, a system of images and writing and lines.
    • Mixed media
    • Brook Shields

    • DeFazio, John
    • Brook Shields
    • teapot in the shape of a woman's face with "Brooke Shields" written on her forehead, and a large circular happy face form sticking out f her head and she is wearing a crown.
    • Glazed ceramic;
    • Wrapped Teapot

    • Shih Ta-Pin
    • Wrapped Teapot
    • Tea pot that looks like it is wrapped in cloth
    • Stoneware
    • Rapture(The Veiled Woman)

    • Neshat, Shirin (1957- );
    • Rapture(The Veiled Woman)
    • Production still from a pair of syncronized black and white videos projected on opposite walls. On tape is devoted to men and the other to veiled women. Shot in Morocco
    • Video installation;
    • Crack is Wack

    • Keith, Haring (1985-1990)
    • Crack is Wack
    • Mural on the north wall of east harlem hanball court
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    • Map of Tenochtitlan

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    • Map of Tenochtitlan
    • First publication of Cortes's letters to Charles V; old map colored in blue; North is at the right
    • Woodcut
    • Jello Ad

    • Rockwell, Norman (1894-1978)
    • Jello Ad
    • An older women pouring a hot liquid into another container while a little girl is observing, text below the image
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    • No title found

    • Davis, Paul (1938- )
    • No title found
    • Cover of New York magazine, about keeping an eye on Nixon,President Nixon playing a violin while a building in the background is on fire
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    • Niagara, The Table Rock-Winter (Detail)

    • Gignoux, Francois Regis (1816-1882)
    • Niagara, The Table Rock-Winter (Detail)
    • Hudson River School; People walking on the frozen table rock of Niagara during the winter; The figure at left-with staff, carrying a portfolio is a self portrait
    • Oil on canvas
    • War for the Union

    • Homer, Winslow (1836-1910);
    • War for the Union
    • A cavalry charge, Harper's Weekly 7-5-62, man holding sword while horse is bucking surrounded by fellow soldiers
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    • Die Kunst des Kochens

    • Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de (1864-1901);
    • Die Kunst des Kochens
    • Poster, a women in a red dress kissing an older man's nose with her arms around his neck, man is sitting at a table
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    • Background Material

    • Moses, Anna Mary Robertson
    • Background Material
    • Grandma Moses and Edward R. Murrow June 29, 1955 Interview; She is painting sugaringusing the tip-up table as an easel
    • Photograph
    • Toussaint L'ouverture Series No. 36

    • Lawrence, Jacob (1917-2000);
    • Toussaint L'ouverture Series No. 36
    • "During the truce Toussaint is deceived and arrested by Le Clerc. Le Clerc led Toussaint to believe that he was sincere, believing that when Toussaint was out of the way, the blacks would surrender." Men with swords surround bound man.
    • Tempra on paper
    • Interior

    • Kahlo, Frida (1910-1954);
    • Interior
    • House of Kahlo. The bed where Kahlo spent her last years was fitted with a mirror so that she could paint self-portraits. Her painted corset is on the bed.
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    • Niagara, The Table Rock-Winter (Detail)

    • Gignoux, Francois Regis (1816-1882)
    • Niagara, The Table Rock-Winter (Detail)
    • Hudson River School; People walking on the frozen table rock of Niagara during the winter; The figure at left-with staff, carrying a portfolio is a self portrait
    • Oil on canvas
    • Recollection of Her

    • Lee, Yoo-Jin (1968-)
    • Recollection of Her
    • Designed brooch that is brown with mixed media
    • Sterling silver, mixed media
    • Bakelite costume jewelry

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    • Bakelite costume jewelry
    • Bakelite is the trade name coined in 1908 by chemist Dr. Leo Baekland for the phonolic resin he originally devised as electrical insulation.
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    • Bakelite costume jewelry

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    • Bakelite costume jewelry
    • Bakelite is the trade name coined in 1908 by chemist Dr. Leo Baekland for the phonolic resin he originally devised as electrical insulation.
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    • Portrait of a Young Man

    • Ulmann, Doris (1882-1934)
    • Portrait of a Young Man
    • Young man with straw hat on and fruit in hand with white mug hanging on pull he is leaning on
    • Platinum print;
    • Ostia Beach, Rome

    • Klein, William (1928-)
    • Ostia Beach, Rome
    • A total of 5 men, 2 in front 1 slightly behind and behind bars, 1 a mid distance behind the front 2 and 1 all you can see is his tiny head
    • Gelatin silver print;
    • Monticello

    • Jefferson, Thomas (1743-1826);
    • Monticello
    • Dome Room (Sky Room); It's purpose is unknown.
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    • Roue de Bicyclette

    • Duchamp, Marcel (1887-1968);
    • Roue de Bicyclette
    • An early Readymade. This is the third version of the 1913 original.
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    • Color is Power: 53

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 53
    • New York; Man sweeping starirs in front of large Coca-cola advertisement
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 115

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 115
    • New York; Advertisement with man surrounded by comic book characters and text
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 65

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 65
    • Rome; Building with statue of David in the distance
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 73

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 73
    • Paris; A pot with flowers next to a garden and sculpture
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 117

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 117
    • New York; Police bus driving underneath a billboard for the I Love Lucy show
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 101

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 101
    • Provincetown; Painting of nude angels behing electrical boxes
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 4-5

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 4-5
    • New York; Advertisements for JVC and NASDAQ, camera and American flag on right side
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 87-88

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 87-88
    • New York; People on an open top bus with an Avon advertisement in the background
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 63

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 63
    • Montreal; A model of a boat and an iceberg in a window
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 66

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 66
    • New York; Two replicas of men in suits, possibly made of plaster
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 14

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 14
    • Warsaw; Yellow pages and Coca-cola advertisements on public transportation
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 89

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 89
    • New York; Man dressed as a cowboy in front of a Roy Rogers restaurant
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 78

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 78
    • New York; Man fixing construction vehicle with Tarzan movie poster in background
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 43

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 43
    • New York;Time Square advertisements including a blck and white picture of a girl ona white bus and a child looking into a viewer on a billboard
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 22-23

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 22-23
    • New York; a series of billboards, one for Saturn with a car attached
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 91

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 91
    • New York; Man sitting on a coat in fornt of a wall with graffiti on it
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 62

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 62
    • New York; Window advertisement including items for nurses
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 99

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 99
    • New York; Plaster head of a woman on a sign that says My Sin in a store front
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 108

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 108
    • New York; Woman walking down the street in front of a Popeyes with advertisement with Statue of Liberty above it
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 24

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 24
    • New York; Advertisement on bus of traditional paintings of the Statue of Liberty
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 94-95

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 94-95
    • New York; Sculpture on side of building with Banana Republic billboard in the background
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 50

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 50
    • Warsaw; Train passing by woman surrounded by advertisements
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 40-41

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 40-41
    • New York; News statellites in front of a billboard for newly released musical albums
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 15-16

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 15-16
    • New York; City street with large billboards advertising music shows
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 83

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 83
    • New York; Man wearing a boxing robe in front of a diner
    • Colour photography
    • Color is Power: 82

    • Walker, Robert
    • Color is Power: 82
    • New York; Car parked in front of adult entertainment facility
    • Colour photography

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