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Halloween 2013: Art On View

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  • 1. Lee Bontecou, Untitled, 1966, painted iron, fiberglass and fabric, 41 x 29 x8 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Gift of Leo Castelli, Castelli Galleries 1974.122
  • 2. Emile-Antoine Bourdelle, Figures hurlantes (Howling Figures), 198-1899, bronze, 36 3/4 x 31 1/4 x 25 1/4 in., Collection of Akron Art Museum, Gift of Mary S. and Louis S. Myers Family Collection 1980.61
  • 3. Margaret De Patta, Positive #15, Squiggles with Black, 1939, gelatin silver print, 10 x 8 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Purchased with funds from Mrs. Beatrice K. McDowell 1996. 9
  • 4. Lotte Jacobi, Mask, 1946-1955 (printed 1981), Palladium print, 8 5/8 x 7 1/2 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Gift of the Stephen White Gallery of Photography, Inc. 1988.10 g
  • 5. René Magritte, Les Pas Perdus (The Wasted Footsteps), 1950, oil on canvas, 22 x 18 1/4 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Purchased with funds from anonymous donors 1966.2
  • 6. Clarence John Laughlin, The Masks Grow to Us, 1950, gelatin silver print, 13 7/8 x 11 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Gift of David Cooper 1997.19
  • 7. Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Untitled [Sitting boy with mask and masked hands], 1960, gelatin silver print, 7 3/8 x 7 3/4 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Purchased with funds from Anne Alexander and the Museum Acquisition Fund 1992.48
  • 8. Peter Dean, Circus Family, 1969, oil on canvas, 96 x 77 3/4 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Gift of Lorraine Dean and Gregory Dean 2002.7
  • 9. Louise Nevelson, The Fugue, 1985, painted wood, 49 3/4 x 39 x 9 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Gift of the American Art Foundation in memory of Louis S. Myers 1996.6
  • 10. John Sokol, Man Eating Trees, 1989, tar and varnish on canvas, 72 x 96 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Gift of the artist 2000.20
  • 11. Amy Jenkins, Untitled XLIII (43), 1994, Chromogenic print, Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Gift of Richard Shebairo and Kathleen Monaghan 2008.69
  • 12. Adam Fuss, From the series My Ghost [large smoke], 1999, gelatin silver print, 63 x 45 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Knight Purchase Fund for Photographic Media 2003.47
  • 13. Daido Moriyama, Inu No Kioko Shusho (Memory of Dog Epilogue), 2001 (printed 2009), gelatin silver print, 60 x 40 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Knight Purchase Fund for Photographic Media 2009.107
  • 14. Kiki Smith, Seer (Alice I), 2005, white auto body paint on bronze, 63 1/2 x 72 x 41 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, The Mary S. and Louis S. Myers Endowment Fund for Painting and Sculpture in honor of the 25th anniversary of Dr. Mitchell D. Kahan’s tenure as director of the Akron Art Museum 2011.48
  • 15. Trenton Doyle Hancock, Holed My Hand, 2010, acrylic and mixed media on paper, 98 3/4 x 133 x 3 1/2 in., Collection of the Akron Art Museum, Museum Acquisition Fund in memory of Dr. George and Margaret Seeley, 2011.49

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