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"Drawings," 1988/92-93. Graphite pencil on museum board, each unique, dimensions variable. Installation view at Centre d'Art Contemporain...
9/30/2009
"Over Ten Thousand Individual Works," 1987/88. Enamel on cast Hydrocal, 2 inches in diameter each, with variable lengths, each unique....
9/30/2009
"Easy Dark," 2007. Ink and acrylic on canvas, 108 x 72 inches. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art Collection, Denmark. Photo by Steven Gerlich...
9/30/2009
"Palimpsest (old gods)," 2006. Ink and acrylic on canvas, 60 x 84 inches. Collection of Mehretu-Rankin. Photo by Erma Estwick. ©...
9/30/2009
The following questions can be used to spark conversation before, during, and after viewing the artist's film segment. They were compiled from our...
9/30/2009
The following questions can be used to spark conversation before, during, and after viewing the artist's film segment. They were compiled from...
9/30/2009
The following activity ideas can be used to engage audiences in a hands-on approach to processing the ideas presented in the artist's film segment....
9/30/2009
The following activity ideas can be used to engage audiences in a hands-on approach to processing the ideas presented in the artist's film segment....
9/30/2009
The following activity ideas can be used to engage audiences in a hands-on approach to processing the ideas presented in the artist's film segment....
9/30/2009
"Bottari," 2000. Used bed covers and used clothing, dimensions variable. Private Collection. © Kimsooja. Courtesy the artist.
9/30/2009
"A Needle Woman," detail, Mexico City (Mexico), 1999-2001. Eight-channel video projection, silent, 6 min 33 sec loop. Locations: Cairo,...
9/30/2009
The following questions can be used to spark conversation before, during, and after viewing the artist's film segment. They were compiled from...
9/30/2009
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