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    • Figure 99, Lines and Areas In Perspectives

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    • 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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    • Toussaint L'ouverture Series No. 10

    • Lawrence, Jacob (1917-2000);
    • "The cruelty of the planters led the slaves to revolt, 1776. These revolts kept cropping up from time to time--finally came to a head in the rebellion." White man slashing the back of a bound black man.
    • Tempra on paper
    • Survival Series

    • Holzer, Jenny (1950- )
    • Sign that reads ""Put food out in the same place every day and talk to the people who come to eat and organize them.""
    • Unex sign
    • Bring to Venice What Marco Polo Forgot

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • Piloting junk with aid of gondoliers from Piazza San Marco down Canale Grande to Palazzo Giustinian Lolin (arriving); ""TransCulture"" XLVI Venice Biennale, 1995
    • Chinese junk, bottled Chinese herbal medicine, vending machine
    • Bring to Venice What Marco Polo Forgot

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • Piloting junk with aid of gondoliers from Piazza San Marco down Canale Grande to Palazzo Giustinian Lolin (starting out); ""TransCulture"" XLVI Venice Biennale, 1995
    • Chinese junk, bottled Chinese herbal medicine, vending machine
    • Communication (Series No. 5)

    • Cang, Xin (1967- )
    • Artist is buried underground up to his head reaching out his tongue to taste the tongue of a participant
    • Performance art; Color photography
    • Crater Floor

    • Turrell, James (1943- );
    • Luminal; Crater floor at center (foreground) the crater's eye (a circular opening to the sky) background' east portal (29 by 10' eclipse to the sky)
    • Earth;
    • East Portal

    • Turrell, James (1943- );
    • As one walks through the 890 foot long tunnel leading to it the 29 by 10 ft. eclipse first appears to be a circle.
    • Earth;
    • Chinese Immigrant

    • Baker, Isaac Wallace (1810-c.1862)
    • By Manchu Dynastic law all males had to wear their hair in a queue, or pig tail, without it they could not return to China
    • Black and white photography; Daguerreotype
    • Farnsworth House (exterior)

    • Mies van der Rohe, Ludwig (1886-1969);
    • Walls, roof and floor were pared down to their essence, linking the house to its natural setting, yet still contrasting nature.
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    • Ice Arch

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Ice. Left to freeze overnight, before supporting pile of stone's removed (made in a field with cows - a tense wait) pissed on stones too frozen to come out, fourth attempt successful other three arches collapsed or melted
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    • Poppy Petals

    • Goldsworthy, Andy (1956- );
    • Early morning, before breeze strengthened, each petal licked and pressed to another to make a line about seven feet long
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    • National Museum of  the American Indian (interior)

    • Cardinal, Douglas (Blackfoot); Jones, John Paul (Choctaw and Cherokee); Native Consultants (left 1998);
    • Potomac Hall, a glassed oculus to the sky sits 120 feet above the floor, looking to east, at Smithsonian
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    • New York

    • Friedlander, Lee (1934- );
    • Woman sitting outside in city, man trying to talk to her, two men in background
    • Black and white photography;
    • To E. M. Forster

    • Cadmus, Paul (1904-1999);
    • Foreshortening. Toned paper on back with pigment. Young woman lying on blanket in grass with book (E. M. Forster), next to her lies a nude man
    • Black and white egg tempera; Tracing paper;
    • Key to the Highway; Rosetta Stone

    • Paik, Nam June (1932- );
    • Korean born American; Egyptian; Greek period; Modern reference to Rosetta Stone with modern texts and images
    • Lithograph and Silkscreen
    • The Annunciation

    • Crivelli, Carlo, 1430/35-1495
    • Perspective; sauser form in sky sends light beam to Mary as the angels speak to Mary about the child she will have
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    • Creature

    • Rath, Alan;
    • Media: Aluminum, steel, rubber, electronics, mechanics etc. Mechanical parts and LCD monitors together to make what appears to be a dog or animal
    • Mixed media;
    • We Won't Play Nature to your Culture

    • Kruger, Barbara (1945- );
    • Black and white photograph of a woman's face, eyes closed and covered with small leaves, with text on top and bottom of page reading We don't play nature to your culture
    • Photomontage;
    • Photo of the Artist

    • Bengalis, Lynda (1941- );
    • Photo of the artist, naked, with her back to us and pants pulled down to her ankles for a show announcement.
    • Black and white photography
    • Spirit Money

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    • Messages alongside the horse ask to be raised to the rank of an official and guaranteed peace forever
    • Woodblock; Print
    • The Four Joys of Nan Shend-Lu

    • Hong-Shou, Ch'en
    • 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 Last Supper (Diagram)

    • Da Vinci, Leonardo (1452-1519);
    • Section and plan of the imaginary room, drawn to conform to viewing angle of 90 degrees and angle of 45 degrees
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    • Martha Graham, Letter to the World (Kick)

    • Morgan, Barbara (1900-1992);
    • Famous photograph of Martha Graham with her wrist to her forehead kicking her leg back creating a beautiful form with her skirt
    • Black and white photography;
    • Shrink

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Core samples of 1/8" taken at approximately 1" intervals were drilled out of a wooden chair. Each disk was positioned on a thread that connects the disk's original position on the chair to a vanishing point just to the left of the chair.
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    • Shining the Public's Shoes

    • Hill, Christine (1968 - )
    • Installed a Shoe Shine Service at the Amsterdam Hilton Hotel for the exhibtion Art Hotel, 1993 and Exported to Paris to shine shoes at the Decouvertes Art Fair, 1994; details of the process
    • Photograph
    • Rapture(The Veiled Woman)

    • Neshat, Shirin (1957- );
    • 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;
    • Untitled

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    • Brass imitation of Tlingit Basketry hat made in Russia to be presented to Chief Michael of Sitka at signing of peace treaty in 1808.
    • brass; beads; sea lion whiskers
    • Sistine Last Judgement

    • Michelangelo (1475-1564);
    • The Elect: Saints around Christ (Detail) Beardless (Pun on Pelare, to shave or to skin); Self-portrait of the artist as the flayed skin of St. Bartholomew
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    • Turned Armchair

    • Tinkham, Ephraim II
    • Believed to have been William Bradford's 'Great Chair'
    • Maple; Rush; Ash
    • East Front of the Capitol

    • Meigs, Montogomery C. (1819-1892)
    • Capital Building; (The Civil War brought an end to the work on the capitorl extension but work on the dome was continued. Late in April, 1862 it was decided to resume work on the extensions.)
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    • Kiss Me and You'll Kiss the 'Lasses

    • Spencer, Lilly Martin (1822-1902)
    • Woman in green dress with red apron with back to viewer looking over her sholder to the viewers
    • Oil on canvas;
    • Frederick Douglass Series No. 30

    • Lawrence, Jacob (1917-2000);
    • "The war was over. The slave was literally turned out by their masters into a world unknown to them. Here they had ceased to be the slaves of nature." People walking near dark forest.
    • Tempra on hardboard
    • East Front of the Capitol

    • Meigs, Montogomery C.(1819-1892)
    • Capital Building; (The Civil War brought an end to the work on the capitorl extension but work on the dome was continued. Late in April, 1862 it was decided to resume work on the extensions.)
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    • Key to the Highway

    • Paik, Nam June (1932-2006 );
    • Modern reference to Rosetta Stone with modern texts and images
    • Lithograph and Silkscreen
    • Sun Tunnels

    • Holt, Nancy (1938- );
    • Detail of holes in tunnel that correspond to the position of certain stars. Size of holes correspond to magnitude of stars.
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    • Nothing Sacred

    • Wellman, William A.
    • Woman in bath robe sitting on bed with her hand on her face next to a man holding an ice pack to his face plus a man in a pin-stripped suit behind them looking at her. Staring Carole Lombard, Walter Connolly, and Fredric March
    • Film stills;
    • Technique

    • Parrish, Maxfield (1870-1966)
    • Illustration of the execution of "The Canyon" for the cover of Life magazine. Four part evolution from photograph to sketch to final painting of woman in front of waterfall.
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    • Light-Raum Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • The revolving sculpture was attached by a motor in its base to more than 100 colored bulbs. These flashed at and through the sculpture in a 2 minute cycle, throwing moving light patterns on to nearby surfaces.
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    • Light-Raum Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • The revolving sculpture was attached by a motor in its base to more than 100 colored bulbs. These flashed at and through the sculpture in a 2 minute cycle, throwing moving light patterns on to nearby surfaces.
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    • Death To The Venom

    • Miro, Joan (1893-1983)
    • Costumes and backcloth for performance of Death to the Venom by the La Claca Theatre Troupe, Barcelona, May 1978
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    • Screen Marked Off in Harmonious Intervals

    • Henry, Charles (1859-1926)
    • Chart depicting a screen marked off in harmonious intervals to be superimposed on the chromatic circle to locate harmonious relationships (from William Innes Homer's ""Seurat & the Science of Painting"" 1964)
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    • Simultaneous Contrast (Gray Squares)

    • Itten, Johannes (1888-1967)
    • Illustration of simultaneous contrast with multiple figures; 31-36, each pure color square contains a small neutral gray square matching the background color in brilliance, each gray square seems to be tinged with the complementary of the...
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    • East Portal

    • Turrell, James (1943- )
    • Luminal; three views of the east portal as one walks through the 810 foot long tunnel leading to the ellipse, which at first appears as to be a circle; Roden Crater project near Flagstaff, Arizona
    • Earth
    • The Crater's Eye

    • Turrell, James (1943- )
    • Luminal; circular kiva-like room with a stone bench running the perimeter of room with round opening to the sky
    • Earth
    • The Spirit of Our Time

    • Hausmann, Raoul (1886-1971)
    • Man-made combine of everyday objects attached to a fake human head
    • Everyday objects
    • Reasons

    • Carnwath, Squeak (1947- )
    • Includes text of ""reasons to get up in the morning""
    • Oil, alkyo on canvas
    • Wu Street

    • Bing, Xu (1955- ); Weiwei, Ai (1957- )
    • Photo (by Ai Weiwei) of Xu Bing finding the discarded anonymous Oil On Wu Street in New York; they will be paired with an article by Melissa Feldman on the abstract oils of Jonathan Lasker (born 1948) to create the fictional abstract painter Jason...
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    • Bring to Venice What Marco Polo Forgot

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • Unloading the five varieties of bottled herbal medicine at Palazzo Giustinian Lolin; ""TransCulture"" XLVI Venice Biennale, 1995
    • Chinese junk, bottled Chinese herbal medicine, vending machine
    • Can (Silkworm) Series

    • Bing, Xu (1955- )
    • 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
    • Venice's Rent Collection Courtyard

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • Still image of a crew of nine sculptures working with 60 tons of clay and wooden armatures to recreate the 1965 original work; at ""Aperto Over All,"" 48th Venice Biennale
    • Clay, wooden armatures
    • Spring Breeze

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • Still image of children given kits to fly in an artificial wind tunnel; installation at Kunsthalle, Vienna
    • Green carpet, fans, and paper kites
    • How Is Your Feng Shui? Year 2000 Project for Manhattan

    • Guo-Qiang, Cai (1957- )
    • 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
    • Lilac Beauty Shop, Harlem

    • Allen, Winifred Hall (active in 1930s)
    • Woman standing next to beauty shop store front
    • Black and white photography;
    • Self Portrait

    • Nadar (Gaspard Felix Tournachon) (1820 - 1910)
    • Seated portrait of the artist looking to the viewer's right
    • Black and white photography;

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