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  • Creator: Duchamp, Marcel, French, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Title: Fountain (signed &quot;R. Mutt) <br /> <br /> Date: 1917 (replica after destroyed original) <br /> <br /> Location: [original destroyed] <br /> <br /> Material: readymade <br /> <br /> Related Item: Adams 2: 479-480; Hartt 4: 982-983 [36-15]; H&amp;F 4: 747 [20.5]; Stokstad R: 1024 [28-1] ; W&amp;S 2: 520 <br /> <br /> Collection: Art History Survey Collection <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: Digital Library Federation Academic Image Cooperative <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Creator: Duchamp, Marcel, French, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Title: Bottle Rack <br /> <br /> Date: 1914 (1964 replica after destroyed original) <br /> <br /> Location: [replica after destroyed original] <br /> <br /> Material: readymade <br /> <br /> Collection: Art History Survey Collection <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: Digital Library Federation Academic Image Cooperative <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Creator: Marcel Duchamp, American, born France. 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Title: In Advance of the Broken Arm <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture <br /> <br /> Date: August 1964 (fourth version, after lost original of November 1915) <br /> <br /> Material: Wood and galvanized-iron snow shovel <br /> <br /> Measurements: 52&quot; (132 cm) high <br /> <br /> Repository: The Museum of Modern Art <br /> <br /> Repository: Gift of The Jerry and Emily Spiegel Family Foundation <br /> <br /> Accession Number: 690.2006 <br /> <br /> Collection: The Museum of Modern Art: Painting and Sculpture <br /> <br /> ID Number: 105050 <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by the The Museum of Modern Art <br /> <br /> Source: http://www.moma.org <br /> <br /> Rights: Your use of this image is restricted to those permitted uses specified in the ARTstor Digital Library Terms and Conditions of Use (http://www.artstor.org/info/about/terms_conditions.jsp). To request permission for any other use within North America, please contact Art Resource, 536 Broadway, New York, NY 10012; phone: 212-505-8700; fax: 212-505-2053; email: requests@artres.com; website: http://www.artres.com/c/htm/StaticPage2.aspx?page=ContactUs. To request permission for any other use outside North America, please contact Scala Archives: Scala Group, S.p., 62 via Chiantigiana, 50011 Antella/Firenze, Italy. Phone 39 055 6233 200, fax 39 055 641124, email archivio@scalagroup.com; http://www.scalarchives.com/web/contatti.asp. <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2008 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Creator: Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Hat Rack: 1964 replica (Milan) after lost original of 1917 #2/8 <br /> <br /> Date: 1964 <br /> <br /> Material: ready-made wooden hat rack <br /> <br /> Measurements: 9 1/4x5 1/2&apos; <br /> <br /> Subject: Dada <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Sculpture <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Creator: Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Comb (Readymade) <br /> <br /> Date: 1916 <br /> <br /> Material: grey steel comb <br /> <br /> Measurements: 16.6x3.2cm <br /> <br /> Repository: Philadelphia Museum of Art <br /> <br /> Subject: Dada <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Ready-mades <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Creator: Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Photograph of Duchamp&apos;s New York Studio <br /> <br /> Work Type: photograph <br /> <br /> Date: 1917-18 <br /> <br /> Material: hand-colored <br /> <br /> Description: Photograph hand-colored in Paris using a stencil for inclusion in the Box in a Valise <br /> <br /> Subject: Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Subject: Artists&apos; studios <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Ready-mades <br /> <br /> Subject: Stencils (images) <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Creator: Marcel Duchamp, American, born France. 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Title: Box in a Valise (From or by Marcel Duchamp or Rrose Sélavy) <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture <br /> <br /> Date: 1935-41 <br /> <br /> Material: Leather valise containing miniature replicas, photographs, color reproductions of works by Duchamp, and one &quot;original&quot; drawing [Large Glass, collotype on celluloid, 7 1/2 x 9 1/2&quot; (19 x 23.5 cm)] <br /> <br /> Measurements: 16 x 15 x 4&quot; (40.7 x 38.1 x 10.2 cm) <br /> <br /> Description: Edition: IX/XX, from Deluxe Edition <br /> <br /> Repository: The Museum of Modern Art <br /> <br /> Repository: James Thrall Soby Fund <br /> <br /> Accession Number: 67.1943.a-rrr <br /> <br /> Collection: The Museum of Modern Art: Painting and Sculpture <br /> <br /> ID Number: 80890 <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by the The Museum of Modern Art <br /> <br /> Source: http://www.moma.org <br /> <br /> Rights: Your use of this image is restricted to those permitted uses specified in the ARTstor Digital Library Terms and Conditions of Use (http://www.artstor.org/info/about/terms_conditions.jsp). To request permission for any other use within North America, please contact Art Resource, 536 Broadway, New York, NY 10012; phone: 212-505-8700; fax: 212-505-2053; email: requests@artres.com; website: http://www.artres.com/c/htm/StaticPage2.aspx?page=ContactUs. To request permission for any other use outside North America, please contact Scala Archives: Scala Group, S.p., 62 via Chiantigiana, 50011 Antella/Firenze, Italy. Phone 39 055 6233 200, fax 39 055 641124, email archivio@scalagroup.com; http://www.scalarchives.com/web/contatti.asp. <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2008 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Creator: Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Photo: Duchamp in his twine installation for the exhibition First Papers of Surrealism <br /> <br /> Work Type: Photograph <br /> <br /> Date: 1942 <br /> <br /> Description: Photo by Arnold Newman <br /> <br /> Subject: Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Subject: Dada <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Portraits--artists <br /> <br /> Subject: Surrealism <br /> <br /> Subject: Newman, Arnold, 1918- <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Creator: Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Installation for Surrealist Exhibition: First Papers of Surrealism <br /> <br /> Date: 1942 <br /> <br /> Subject: Dada <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Sculpture <br /> <br /> Subject: Surrealism <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris / Succession Marcel Duchamp
  • Rodchenko,Spatial Construction, c.1920
  • Aleksandr Rodchenko, 1891-1956, Russia, Pure Color: Red, Yellow, Blue, 1921
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Propaganda Board at a Factory, Vitebsic &apos;The work benches are waiting for you... Let us get production moving&apos; <br /> <br /> Date: 1919 <br /> <br /> Location: Russia <br /> <br /> Subject: Russia <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: billboards <br /> <br /> Subject: propaganda <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Proun Room: design for November Group&amp;amp;apos;s Art Exhibition, Berlin <br /> <br /> Date: 1923 <br /> <br /> Material: lithograph <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Galleries (display spaces) <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: interior design <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Lenin Podium: Lissitzky&amp;amp;apos;s Studio Reworked in Lucarno drawing with photomontage <br /> <br /> Date: 1924 <br /> <br /> Subject: Lenin, Vladimir Il&amp;amp;apos;ich, 1870-1924 <br /> <br /> Subject: Artists&amp;amp;apos; studios <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Photomontage <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: First Exhibition Room International Art Exhibition, Dresden: det.: view of room <br /> <br /> Date: 1926 <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: First Exhibition Room International Art Exhibition, Dresden: det.: overhead view design <br /> <br /> Date: 1926 <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: design <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Second Exhibition Room International Exhibit.,: det.: view of room <br /> <br /> Date: 1928 <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Galleries (display spaces) <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: design <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Second Exhibition Room International Exhibit., <br /> <br /> Date: 1927/28 <br /> <br /> Material: watercolor design <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Galleries (display spaces) <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: design <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: International Press Exhibition, Pressa: Cologne: Soviet Pavilion: The Entrance Hall <br /> <br /> Date: 1928 <br /> <br /> Location: Russia <br /> <br /> Location: Soviet Union <br /> <br /> Subject: Russia <br /> <br /> Subject: Soviet Union <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: International Press Exhibition, Pressa: Cologne: Soviet Pavilion: Part of a mural <br /> <br /> Date: 1928 <br /> <br /> Location: Russia <br /> <br /> Location: Russia <br /> <br /> Subject: Russia <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Mural painting--Russia <br /> <br /> Subject: photomontage <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: Photograph of Photofresco in Pressa Exhibition <br /> <br /> Date: 1928 <br /> <br /> Location: Russia <br /> <br /> Description: with Sergei Senkin <br /> <br /> Subject: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Subject: Russia <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Portraits--Artists <br /> <br /> Subject: Senkin, Sergei <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Lissitzky, El, 1890-1941 <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: International Press Exhibition, Pressa: Cologne: Soviet Pavilion: The Transmissions <br /> <br /> Date: 1928 <br /> <br /> Location: Soviet Union <br /> <br /> Subject: Soviet Union <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VGBK, Bonn
  • Creator: Morris, Robert, 1931- <br /> <br /> Creator: <br /> <br /> Title: One-person Exhibition: det.: installation view <br /> <br /> Date: 1964 <br /> <br /> Location: United States <br /> <br /> Description: Green Gallery, New York <br /> <br /> Subject: United States <br /> <br /> Subject: Art galleries <br /> <br /> Subject: Exhibitions <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Minimal art <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: one-person shows <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2009 Robert Morris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
  • Creator: Morris, Robert, 1931- <br /> <br /> Title: Untitled (Three L-Beams) <br /> <br /> Date: 1965 <br /> <br /> Material: painted plywood, three units <br /> <br /> Measurements: 243.8 x 243.8 x 61 cm (each) <br /> <br /> Description: 1969 refabrication of a 1965 original <br /> <br /> Subject: United States <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Sculpture <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Repetition <br /> <br /> Subject: Copies <br /> <br /> Subject: Conceptual art <br /> <br /> Subject: Minimal art <br /> <br /> Subject: Abstract <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data From: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Morris, Robert, 1931- <br /> <br /> Title: Two Columns <br /> <br /> Date: 1961/1973 <br /> <br /> Material: painted aluminum, two units <br /> <br /> Measurements: 243.8 x 61 x 61 cm (each) <br /> <br /> Description: 1973 refabrication of a 1961 original (painted plywood) <br /> <br /> Repository: Muzih-i Hunarha-yi Mu&apos;asir-i Tihran <br /> <br /> Subject: United States <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Sculpture <br /> <br /> Subject: Columns <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Conceptual art <br /> <br /> Subject: Minimal art <br /> <br /> Subject: Abstract <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data From: University of California, San Diego
  • Hans Haacke, b. 1936, Germany, Condensation Cube, 1963-5
  • Haacke, Grass Grows, 1969
  • Haacke, MoMA Poll, 1970
  • Haacke, Shapolsky Piece, 1971
  • Haacke,Shapolsky
  • Haacke, A Breed Apart, 1978
  • A Breed Apart
  • Haacke, Global Marketing, 1986
  • Global Marketing
  • Global Marketing
  • Global Marketing
  • Haacke, MetroMobiltan, 1986
  • Creator: Buren, Daniel <br /> <br /> Title: Vertical Stripes (glued over gallery door thus closing show) <br /> <br /> Date: 1968 <br /> <br /> Description: Milan, Gallery Apollinaire <br /> <br /> Subject: Painting--France--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
  • Creator: Buren, Daniel <br /> <br /> Title: Painting/Sculpture: Guggenheim International, Guggenheim Museum, New York <br /> <br /> Date: 1971 <br /> <br /> Subject: Banners <br /> <br /> Subject: Conceptual art <br /> <br /> Subject: Galleries (display spaces) <br /> <br /> Subject: Museums <br /> <br /> Subject: Painting--France--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
  • Creator: Buren, Daniel <br /> <br /> Title: Suspended Painting Galerie Sperone, Turin <br /> <br /> Date: 1972 <br /> <br /> Material: red and white cloth <br /> <br /> Subject: Conceptual art <br /> <br /> Subject: Painting--France--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Stripes <br /> <br /> Subject: ephemeral art <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
  • Creator: Buren, Daniel <br /> <br /> Title: 7 ballets in Manhattan: Wall Street, New York <br /> <br /> Date: 1973 <br /> <br /> Material: colored paper <br /> <br /> Subject: Conceptual art <br /> <br /> Subject: Painting--France--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Stripes <br /> <br /> Subject: banners <br /> <br /> Subject: ephemeral art <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
  • Creator: Buren, Daniel <br /> <br /> Title: The Hang Up, Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles <br /> <br /> Date: 1974 <br /> <br /> Material: white and colored paper, lighted <br /> <br /> Subject: Conceptual art <br /> <br /> Subject: Painting--France--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Stripes <br /> <br /> Subject: ephemeral art <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
  • Creator: Buren, Daniel <br /> <br /> Title: Voile/Toile--Toile/Voile (Sail/Canvas--Canvas/Sail) First presented on Wansee Lake, Berlin <br /> <br /> Date: 1975 <br /> <br /> Subject: Conceptual art <br /> <br /> Subject: Painting--France--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Stripes <br /> <br /> Subject: ephemeral art <br /> <br /> Subject: sailboats <br /> <br /> Subject: sails <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
  • Creator: Buren, Daniel <br /> <br /> Title: Seven Ballets in Manhattan: Wall Street <br /> <br /> Date: May 1975 <br /> <br /> Description: New York <br /> <br /> Subject: Performance art--France--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
  • Creator: Buren, Daniel <br /> <br /> Title: Chez Georges, Paris <br /> <br /> Date: 1977 <br /> <br /> Material: canvas awning <br /> <br /> Subject: Conceptual art <br /> <br /> Subject: Painting--France--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Restaurants <br /> <br /> Subject: Streets <br /> <br /> Subject: Stripes <br /> <br /> Subject: canvas awnings <br /> <br /> Subject: ephemeral art <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego <br /> <br /> Rights: © 2007 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris
  • Marcel Broodthaers, 1924-74, Belgium, Pense-Bête, 1963
  • Broodthaers, L’Erreur, 1966
  • Broodthaers, Museum of Modern Art, Department of Eagles,Figures Section, 1968
  • Figures Section
  • Figures Section
  • Nineteenth Century Section
  • Nineteenth Century Section
  • Nineteenth Century Section
  • Creator: Fred Wilson, b.1954 <br /> <br /> Title: Guarded View <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture and Installations <br /> <br /> Date: 1991 <br /> <br /> Location: Exhibited at Metro Pictures, Winter 1991 <br /> <br /> Material: four mannequins with museum guard uniforms <br /> <br /> Measurements: 75&quot; x 48&quot; x 166&quot; <br /> <br /> Description: Photographer: Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Collection: Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Primitivism High and Low: Friendly Natives, 1991
  • Primitivism High and Low: Friendly Natives, 1991
  • Creator: Fred Wilson <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture and Installations <br /> <br /> Location: Exhibited at Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Spring 1992 <br /> <br /> Description: Photographer: Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Collection: Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Fred Wilson <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture and Installations <br /> <br /> Location: Exhibited at Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Spring 1992 <br /> <br /> Description: Photographer: Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Collection: Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Fred Wilson <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture and Installations <br /> <br /> Location: Exhibited at Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Spring 1992 <br /> <br /> Description: Photographer: Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Collection: Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Wilson, Fred, 1954 <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum: 19th C. portrait with face cut-out <br /> <br /> Date: 1992 <br /> <br /> Location: United States <br /> <br /> Material: Mixed media <br /> <br /> Description: Painting is &quot;Portrait of an Unknown Man&quot; by Henry Bebie (c.1824-88). Catalogue &quot;cut-out&quot; reveals face of an anonymous African American on the following page. From the exhibition &quot;Mining the Museum,&quot; a collaboration between the artist Fred Wilson, the Contemporary, Baltimore, and the Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Repository: Contemporary (Museum) <br /> <br /> Repository: Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Subject: United States <br /> <br /> Subject: African Americans <br /> <br /> Subject: Appropriation <br /> <br /> Subject: Gloves <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Museology <br /> <br /> Subject: Museum exhibits <br /> <br /> Subject: Portraits <br /> <br /> Subject: Postmodernism <br /> <br /> Subject: Racism <br /> <br /> Subject: Vines <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Fred Wilson, <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture and Installations <br /> <br /> Location: Exhibited at Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Spring 1992 <br /> <br /> Description: Photographer: Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Collection: Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Fred Wilson <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture and Installations <br /> <br /> Location: Exhibited at Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Spring 1992 <br /> <br /> Description: Photographer: Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Collection: Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Fred Wilson <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture and Installations <br /> <br /> Location: Exhibited at Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Spring 1992 <br /> <br /> Description: Photographer: Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Collection: Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Fred Wilson <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum <br /> <br /> Work Type: Sculpture and Installations <br /> <br /> Location: Exhibited at Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, Spring 1992 <br /> <br /> Description: Photographer: Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Collection: Contemporary Art (Larry Qualls Archive) <br /> <br /> Source: Image and original data provided by Larry Qualls <br /> <br /> Rights: Please note that if this image is under copyright, you may need to contact one or more copyright owners for any use that is not permitted under the ARTstor Terms and Conditions of Use or not otherwise permitted by law. While ARTstor tries to update contact information, it cannot guarantee that such information is always accurate. Determining whether those permissions are necessary, and obtaining such permissions, is your sole responsibility.
  • Creator: Wilson, Fred, 1954 <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum: Document: 50 Dollars Reward <br /> <br /> Date: 1992 <br /> <br /> Location: United States <br /> <br /> Material: Mixed media <br /> <br /> Description: Shows broadsheet offering 50 dollars to anyone returning a runaway slave named Jack <br /> <br /> Repository: Contemporary (Museum) <br /> <br /> Repository: Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Subject: United States <br /> <br /> Subject: African Americans <br /> <br /> Subject: Appropriation <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Museology <br /> <br /> Subject: Museum exhibits <br /> <br /> Subject: Postmodernism <br /> <br /> Subject: Racism <br /> <br /> Subject: Slavery <br /> <br /> Subject: Slaves <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Wilson, Fred, 1954 <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum: Document: Audience responses to the exhibition <br /> <br /> Date: 1992 <br /> <br /> Location: United States <br /> <br /> Material: Mixed media <br /> <br /> Description: From the exhibition &quot;Mining the Museum,&quot; a collaboration between the artist Fred Wilson, the Contemporary, Baltimore, and the Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Repository: Contemporary (Museum) <br /> <br /> Repository: Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Subject: United States <br /> <br /> Subject: African Americans <br /> <br /> Subject: Appropriation <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Museology <br /> <br /> Subject: Museum exhibits <br /> <br /> Subject: Postmodernism <br /> <br /> Subject: Questionnaires <br /> <br /> Subject: Racism <br /> <br /> Subject: Slavery <br /> <br /> Subject: Slaves <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Wilson, Fred, 1954 <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum: Document: Audience responses to the exhibition <br /> <br /> Date: 1992 <br /> <br /> Location: United States <br /> <br /> Material: Mixed media <br /> <br /> Description: From the exhibition &quot;Mining the Museum,&quot; a collaboration between the artist Fred Wilson, the Contemporary, Baltimore, and the Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Repository: Contemporary (Museum) <br /> <br /> Repository: Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Subject: United States <br /> <br /> Subject: African Americans <br /> <br /> Subject: Appropriation <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Museology <br /> <br /> Subject: Museum exhibits <br /> <br /> Subject: Postmodernism <br /> <br /> Subject: Questionnaires <br /> <br /> Subject: Racism <br /> <br /> Subject: Slavery <br /> <br /> Subject: Slaves <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego
  • Creator: Wilson, Fred, 1954 <br /> <br /> Title: Mining the Museum: Document: Audience responses to the exhibition <br /> <br /> Date: 1992 <br /> <br /> Location: United States <br /> <br /> Material: Mixed media <br /> <br /> Description: From the exhibition &quot;Mining the Museum,&quot; a collaboration between the artist Fred Wilson, the Contemporary, Baltimore, and the Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Repository: Contemporary (Museum) <br /> <br /> Repository: Maryland Historical Society <br /> <br /> Subject: United States <br /> <br /> Subject: African Americans <br /> <br /> Subject: Appropriation <br /> <br /> Subject: Installations <br /> <br /> Subject: Mixed Media--20th C. A.D <br /> <br /> Subject: Museology <br /> <br /> Subject: Museum exhibits <br /> <br /> Subject: Postmodernism <br /> <br /> Subject: Questionnaires <br /> <br /> Subject: Racism <br /> <br /> Subject: Slavery <br /> <br /> Subject: Slaves <br /> <br /> Collection: ARTstor Slide Gallery <br /> <br /> Source: Data from: University of California, San Diego

New School New School Presentation Transcript

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    Field Data
    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Rodchenko, Alexander 1891-1956 European | Russian painter male
    Title Oval Hanging Construction Number 12
    Date ca. 1920
    Current Location New York, NY, USA, Museum of Modern Art
    Work Type sculpture
    Medium Technique plywood open construction aluminum paint and wire
    Dimensions 61 x 84 x 47 cm
    Category Sculpture
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights © Davis Art Images
    Insight Image ID 19440
    SC Accession 450654D
    Vendor No. MOMA-S1061
    SC Order ord020881
    SC Work No. wrk118131
    Image Source src020941
    Image ID 2904245
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name MOMA-S1061.jpg
    Width 1536
    Height 1279
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    TitleKondensationswurfel (Condensation Cube)
    Date 1963-1965
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique acrylic plastic, water, climate in area of display (called &quot;event container&quot; by the artist)
    Dimensions 30 x 30 x 30 cm
    Category New Media
    Notes water evaporates and condenses on the inside walls of the cube in correspondence to environmental conditions
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 19028
    SC Accession 458170D
    SC Order ord021630
    SC Work No. wrk121065
    Image Source src021757
    Image ID 2903654
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 458170D.jpg
    Width 1536
    Height 1199
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 Americas | North American | American ! European | German artist male
    Title Grass Grows
    Date 1969
    Original Location Ithaca, NY, USA, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation ! Sculpture
    Medium Technique earth, winter and annual rye grass
    Dimensions dimensions variable
    Category New Media
    Subjects earthwork (sculpture)
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 20786
    SC Accession 459491D
    SC Order ord021755
    SC Work No. wrk121890
    Image Source src020513
    Image ID 2905637
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 459491D.jpg
    Width 1536
    Height 1036
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title MOMA-Poll
    Date 1970
    Original Location New York, NY, USA, Museum of Modern Art (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique installation for audience participation: two transparent acrylic ballot boxes, equiped with a photoelectrically triggered counting device able to record any piece of paper dropped through a slot in the top of the box. One box marked &quot;yes,&quot; the other &quot;no&quot;
    Dimensions 40 x 20 x 10 in, each ballot box
    Category New Media
    Subjects Political Art
    Notes Color-coded ballots were given out to visitors at the museum entrance; the color of the ballots differed according to his/her status as a full-paying visitor; text posted above the boxes: Question: Would the fact that Governor Rockfeller has not denounced President Nixon&apos;s Indochina policy be a reason for you not to vote for him in November?
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15880
    SC Accession 444331D
    SC Order ord020220
    SC Work No. wrk118670
    Image Source src020079
    Image ID 2900429
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444331D.jpg
    Width 1152
    Height 1536
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title Shapolsky et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System, as of May 1, 1971
    Description Detail
    Date 1971
    Current Location Paris, FRA, Musée National d&apos;Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique two maps (photo-enlargements), one of the Lower East Side and one of Harlem, 142 photographs of building facades and empty lots; 142 typewritten data sheets, attached to the photos and giving the property&apos;s address, block and lot number, lot size building code, the corporation or individual holding title, address and owner, mortgage, and assessed tax value
    Dimensions 61 x 50.8 cm, each map
    Category New Media
    Subjects political art ! Tenement Houses
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15881
    SC Accession 444332D
    SC Order ord020220
    SC Work No. wrk118672
    Image Source src020079
    Image ID 2900430
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444332D.jpg
    Width 1526
    Height 1536
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    Field Data
    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title Shapolsky et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System, as of May 1, 1971
    Description Detail
    Date 1971
    Current Location Paris, FRA, Musée National d&apos;Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique two maps (photo-enlargements), one of the Lower East Side and one of Harlem, 142 photographs of building facades and empty lots; 142 typewritten data sheets, attached to the photos and giving the property&apos;s address, block and lot number, lot size building code, the corporation or individual holding title, address and owner, mortgage, and assessed tax value
    Dimensions 61 x 50.8 cm, each map
    Category New Media
    Subjects political art ! Tenement Houses
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15882
    SC Accession 444333D
    SC Order ord020220
    SC Work No. wrk118672
    Image Source src020079
    Image ID 2900431
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444333D.jpg
    Width 1536
    Height 1519
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title A Breed Apart
    Description detail, Jaguar
    Date 1978
    Original Location Oxford, Oxon, GBR, Modern Art Oxford (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation ! Photograph
    Medium Technique photographs on masonite (three with Jaguar images in color); seven panels; framed under glass
    Dimensions 91 x 91 cm, each panel
    Category Photography
    Subjects Political Art
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15883
    SC Accession 444334D
    SC Order ord020220
    SC Work No. wrk118673
    Image Source src020079
    Image ID 2900432
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444334D.jpg
    Width 1536
    Height 1520
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    Field Data
    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title A Breed Apart
    Description detail. Jaguar
    Date 1978
    Original Location Oxford, Oxon, GBR, Modern Art Oxford (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation ! Photograph
    Medium Technique photographs on masonite (three with Jaguar images in color); seven panels; framed under glass
    Dimensions 91 x 91 cm, each panel
    Category Photography
    Subjects Political Art
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15884
    SC Accession 444335D
    SC Order ord020220
    SC Work No. wrk118673
    Image Source src020079
    Image ID 2900433
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444335D.jpg
    Width 1529
    Height 1536
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title Global Marketing
    Description announcement in the Financial Mail Johannesburg (South African business journal)
    Date 1986
    Original Location New York, NY, USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art (exhibited)
    Work Type sculpture
    Medium Technique wood, steel, serigraph
    Dimensions 203 x 203 x 203 cm
    Category Sculpture
    Subjects Advertisements ! Colonialism ! political art ! South Africa
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15878
    SC Accession 444268D
    SC Order ord020210
    SC Work No. wrk115236
    Image Source src020081
    Image ID 2900554
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444268D.jpg
    Width 1051
    Height 1536
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title Global Marketing
    Description facsimile of advertisement in the Financial Mail (South African business journal), Johannesburg, June 28, 1985
    Date 1986
    Original Location New York, NY, USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art (exhibited)
    Work Type sculpture
    Medium Technique wood, steel, serigraph
    Dimensions 203 x 203 x 203 cm
    Category Sculpture
    Subjects Advertisements ! Colonialism ! political art ! South Africa
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15874
    SC Accession 444264D
    SC Order ord020210
    SC Work No. wrk115236
    Image Source src020081
    Image ID 2900550
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444264D.jpg
    Width 1536
    Height 1525
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title Global Marketing
    Description facsimile of advertisement in the Financial Mail (South African business journal), Johannesburg, June 28, 1985
    Date 1986
    Original Location New York, NY, USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art (exhibited)
    Work Type sculpture
    Medium Technique wood, steel, serigraph
    Dimensions 203 x 203 x 203 cm
    Category Sculpture
    Subjects Advertisements ! Colonialism ! political art ! South Africa
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15875
    SC Accession 444265D
    SC Order ord020210
    SC Work No. wrk115236
    Image Source src020081
    Image ID 2900551
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444265D.jpg
    Width 1536
    Height 1528
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Haacke, Hans b. 1936 European | German ! North American | American artist male
    Title Global Marketing
    Description facsimile of advertisement in the Financial Mail (South African business journal), Johannesburg, June 28, 1985
    Date 1986
    Original Location New York, NY, USA, New Museum of Contemporary Art (exhibited)
    Work Type sculpture
    Medium Technique wood, steel, serigraph
    Dimensions 203 x 203 x 203 cm
    Category Sculpture
    Subjects Advertisements ! Colonialism ! political art ! South Africa
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 15876
    SC Accession 444266D
    SC Order ord020210
    SC Work No. wrk115236
    Image Source src020081
    Image ID 2900552
    Resolution Size 4
    Format JPEG
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444266D.jpg
    Width 1533
    Height 1536
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male
    Title Pense-Bête
    Date 1963
    Current Location Anne-Marie and Stéphan Rona collection
    Work Type Assemblage (Sculpture)
    Medium Technique books, paper, plaster, plastic, spheres, wood
    Dimensions 98 x 84 x 43 cm
    Category Sculpture
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 10839
    SC Accession 444953D
    SC Order ord020307
    SC Work No. wrk110095
    Image Source src010829
    Image ID 1650049
    Resolution Size 7
    Format SID
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444953D.sid
    Width 6675
    Height 4993
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male
    Title L&apos;Erreur
    Date 1966
    Current Location Ghent, EFlandrs, BEL, Museum van HedendaagseKunst
    Work Type Painting
    Medium Technique canvas, eggshells, paint
    Dimensions 100 x 70 x 8 cm
    Category Paintings
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 10857
    SC Accession 444971D
    SC Order ord020307
    SC Work No. wrk110110
    Image Source src010829
    Image ID 1650067
    Resolution Size 6
    Format SID
    Media Type Image
    File Name 444971D.sid
    Width 2260
    Height 3190
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male
    Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne, Départment des Aigles, Section XIXème Siècle
    Description invitation to exhibition
    Date Sep 27, 1968-Sep 27, 1969
    Current Location Brussels, BEL
    Work Type Installation
    Category New Media
    Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions)
    Notes installed at artist&apos;s home, rue de la Pépinière, Brussels
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 10869
    SC Accession 444983D
    SC Order ord020307
    SC Work No. wrk110119
    Image Source src010829
    Image ID 1650079
    Resolution Size 6
    Format SID
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    Width 3156
    Height 2104
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male
    Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne, Départment des Aigles, Section XIXème Siècle
    Description view of opening
    Date Sep 27, 1968-Sep 27, 1969
    Current Location Brussels, BEL
    Work Type Installation
    Category New Media
    Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions)
    Notes installed at artist&apos;s home, rue de la Pépinière, Brussels
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 10868
    SC Accession 444982D
    SC Order ord020307
    SC Work No. wrk110119
    Image Source src010829
    Image ID 1650078
    Resolution Size 6
    Format SID
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    File Name 444982D.sid
    Width 3312
    Height 2248
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male
    Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne, Départment des Aigles, Section XIXème Siècle
    Description interior of museum
    Date Sep 27, 1968-Sep 27, 1969
    Current Location Brussels, BEL
    Work Type Installation
    Category New Media
    Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions)
    Notes installed at artist&apos;s home, rue de la Pépinière, Brussels
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 10870
    SC Accession 444984D
    SC Order ord020307
    SC Work No. wrk110119
    Image Source src010829
    Image ID 1650080
    Resolution Size 6
    Format SID
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    File Name 444984D.sid
    Width 3202
    Height 2175
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male
    Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne. Department des Aigles. Section des Figures
    Description view of installation
    Date May 16-Jul 9, 1972
    Creation SiteDüsseldorf,DEU,Kunsthalle (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Category New Media
    Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions)
    Notes The installation comprised over 300 objects representing eagles, borrowed from numerous museums and private collections in Europe and abroad. The exhibition surveyed the period &quot;from the Oligocene to the present,&quot; and each object was provided with a label which stated, &quot;This is not a work of art!&quot; Two slide projectors provided additional images taken largely from advertising and comics. Broodthaers published a two-volume catalogue to accompany the exhibition.
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 10844
    SC Accession 444958D
    SC Order ord020307
    SC Work No. wrk110098
    Image Source src010829
    Image ID 1650054
    Resolution Size 6
    Format SID
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    Width 3670
    Height 2131
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male
    Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne. Department des Aigles. Section des Figures
    Description installation view
    Date May 16-Jul 9, 1972
    Creation SiteDüsseldorf,DEU,Kunsthalle (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Category New Media
    Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions)
    Notes The installation comprised over 300 objects representing eagles, borrowed from numerous museums and private collections in Europe and abroad. The exhibition surveyed the period &quot;from the Oligocene to the present,&quot; and each object was provided with a label which stated, &quot;This is not a work of art!&quot; Two slide projectors provided additional images taken largely from advertising and comics. Broodthaers published a two-volume catalogue to accompany the exhibition.
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 10884
    SC Accession 444998D
    SC Order ord020307
    SC Work No. wrk110098
    Image Source src010829
    Image ID 1650094
    Resolution Size 6
    Format SID
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    File Name 444998D.sid
    Width 3600
    Height 2732
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Broodthaers, Marcel 1924-1976 European | Belgian artist male
    Title Musée d&apos;Art Moderne. Department des Aigles. Section des Figures
    Description detail of the installation
    Date May 16-Jul 9, 1972
    Creation SiteDüsseldorf,DEU,Kunsthalle (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Category New Media
    Subjects Art Museums ! Installations (exhibitions)
    Notes The installation comprised over 300 objects representing eagles, borrowed from numerous museums and private collections in Europe and abroad. The exhibition surveyed the period &quot;from the Oligocene to the present,&quot; and each object was provided with a label which stated, &quot;This is not a work of art!&quot; Two slide projectors provided additional images taken largely from advertising and comics. Broodthaers published a two-volume catalogue to accompany the exhibition.
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 10843
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American installation artist male
    Title Primitivism: High and Low » Friendly Natives
    Date 1991
    Original Location New York, NY, USA, Metro Pictures Gallery (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique four plastic skeletons in vitrines
    Dimensions 47 x 72 x 27.5 in
    Category New Media
    Subjects Ethnography ! Indigenous Peoples ! Skeleton
    Notes Wilson&apos;s response to MOMA&apos;s exhibition High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture and &quot;Primitivism&quot; in Twentieth-Century Art: Affinity of the Tribal and Modern; Wilson created a mock museum exhibition consisting of two sections: an ethnographic gallery, containing the works Friendly Natives and Seat of Power; the second section contained Picasso: Whose Rules? and Guarded View
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 13490
    SC Accession 447815D
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American installation artist male
    Title Primitivism: High and Low » Friendly Natives
    Description detail of installation
    Date 1991
    Original Location New York, NY, USA, Metro Pictures Gallery (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique four plastic skeletons in vitrines
    Dimensions 47 x 72 x 27.5 in
    Category New Media
    Subjects Ethnography ! Indigenous Peoples ! Skeleton
    Notes Wilson&apos;s response to MOMA&apos;s exhibition High and Low: Modern Art and Popular Culture and &quot;Primitivism&quot; in Twentieth-Century Art: Affinity of the Tribal and Modern; Wilson created a mock museum exhibition consisting of two sections: an ethnographic gallery, containing the works Friendly Natives and Seat of Power; the second section contained Picasso: Whose Rules? and Guarded View
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 13491
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    SC Order ord020550
    SC Work No. wrk117140
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American conceptual artist male
    Title Mining the Museum
    Description 1913 &quot;Truth&quot; globe by Mr. Thoman and 1960s acrylic mounts
    Date April 4, 1992-Feb. 28,1993
    Original Location Baltimore, MD, USA, Contemporary Museum (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique Mixed media
    Category New Media
    Subjects Exhibitions ! Installations (exhibitions) ! Maryland ! Museums ! Racism ! Slavery
    Notes Wilson &quot;curated&quot; this installation with objects from the Maryland Historical Society. Co-curated by Lisa G. Corrin.
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 13495
    SC Accession 448173D
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    Width 2417
    Height 3125
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American conceptual artist male
    Title Mining the Museum
    Description Busts of Henry Clay, Napoleon Bonaparte and Andrew Jackson. Empty pedestals labeled Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Benjamin Banneker.
    Date April 4, 1992-Feb. 28,1993
    Original Location Baltimore, MD, USA, Contemporary Museum (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique Mixed media
    Category New Media
    Subjects Exhibitions ! Installations (exhibitions) ! Maryland ! Museums ! Racism ! Slavery
    Notes Wilson &quot;curated&quot; this installation with objects from the Maryland Historical Society. Co-curated by Lisa G. Corrin.
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 13496
    SC Accession 448174D
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    SC Work No. wrk109632
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    Collection Smith College Imaging Center
    Creator Wilson, Fred b. 1954 North American | American conceptual artist male
    Title Mining the Museum
    Description Baby carriage (1908) and Ku Klux Klan hood
    Date April 4, 1992-Feb. 28,1993
    Original Location Baltimore, MD, USA, Contemporary Museum (exhibited)
    Work Type Installation
    Medium Technique Mixed media
    Category New Media
    Subjects Exhibitions ! Installations (exhibitions) ! Maryland ! Museums ! Racism ! Slavery
    Notes Wilson &quot;curated&quot; this installation with objects from the Maryland Historical Society. Co-curated by Lisa G. Corrin.
    Collection Smith College Image Collections
    Rights Do not duplicate
    Insight Image ID 13500
    SC Accession 448178D
    SC Order ord020596
    SC Work No. wrk109632
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