Louise Bourgeois  I Give Everything Away , 2010 etching and mixed media on paper, six panels

Louise Bourgeois
I Give Everything Away, 2010
etching and mixed media on paper, six panels

Cell I, 1991
Cell I, 1991

Louise Bourgeois
Cell I, 1991
painted wood, fabric, metal, and glass
83 x 96 x 108 inches (211 x 244 x 274 cm)

Mahakala
Mahakala

Ground Mineral Pigment, Black Background on Cotton
1700 - 1799

Tantric Painting of Rajasthan
Tantric Painting of Rajasthan

Pigment on paper
17th century

Sumpremeist Painting
Sumpremeist Painting
The Crazed Old Shaykh of Sanan
The Crazed Old Shaykh of Sanan

Shaykh Zadeh
Watercolor— 11" x 6"
15 c.

Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth,
Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth,

Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1842, 
Oil paint on canvas, 91 x 121 cm

 Lucky Strike
Lucky Strike

Stuart Davis. 1921
Oil on canvas, 33 1/4 x 18" (84.5 x 45.7 cm).

Attic
Attic

Willem de Kooning 1949
Oil, enamel, and newspaper transfer on canvas
61 7/8" x 6' 9" (157.2 x 205.7 cm)

Screen Test 3 Edie Sedgwick

Andy Warhol
Film 4 minutes. 1965

Dog Star Man (Complete)

Stan Brakhage
Film. 78 minutes. 1961 to 1964

Laurie Anderson at The Nova Convention

Video of live performance. 1996

wonderful woman

Dara Birnbaum
Edited video of TV footage. 1978
Video 5.22 minutes

Pull My Daisy

Robert Frank
Film. 26.23 minutes. 1959

Daisy was adapted by Jack Kerouac from the third act of his play, Beat Generation; Kerouac also provided improvised narration. It starred poets Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky and Gregory Corso, artists Larry Rivers (Milo) and Alice Neel (bishop's mother), musician David Amram, actors Richard Bellamy (Bishop) and Delphine Seyrig (Milo's wife), dancer[1] Sally Gross (bishop's sister), and Pablo Frank, Robert Frank's then-young son.

Based on an incident in the life of Beat icon Neal Cassady and his wife, the painter Carolyn, the film tells the story of a railway brakeman whose wife invites a respected bishop over for dinner. However, the brakeman's bohemian friends crash the party, with comic results.

The Americans

Robert Frank
Video Images from the book The Americans published in 1958

  Louise Bourgeois  I Give Everything Away , 2010 etching and mixed media on paper, six panels
Cell I, 1991
Mahakala
Tantric Painting of Rajasthan
Sumpremeist Painting
The Crazed Old Shaykh of Sanan
Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth,
 Lucky Strike
Attic
Screen Test 3 Edie Sedgwick
Dog Star Man (Complete)
Laurie Anderson at The Nova Convention
wonderful woman
Pull My Daisy
The Americans

Louise Bourgeois
I Give Everything Away, 2010
etching and mixed media on paper, six panels

Cell I, 1991

Louise Bourgeois
Cell I, 1991
painted wood, fabric, metal, and glass
83 x 96 x 108 inches (211 x 244 x 274 cm)

Mahakala

Ground Mineral Pigment, Black Background on Cotton
1700 - 1799

Tantric Painting of Rajasthan

Pigment on paper
17th century

Sumpremeist Painting
The Crazed Old Shaykh of Sanan

Shaykh Zadeh
Watercolor— 11" x 6"
15 c.

Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth,

Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1842, 
Oil paint on canvas, 91 x 121 cm

Lucky Strike

Stuart Davis. 1921
Oil on canvas, 33 1/4 x 18" (84.5 x 45.7 cm).

Attic

Willem de Kooning 1949
Oil, enamel, and newspaper transfer on canvas
61 7/8" x 6' 9" (157.2 x 205.7 cm)

Screen Test 3 Edie Sedgwick

Andy Warhol
Film 4 minutes. 1965

Dog Star Man (Complete)

Stan Brakhage
Film. 78 minutes. 1961 to 1964

Laurie Anderson at The Nova Convention

Video of live performance. 1996

wonderful woman

Dara Birnbaum
Edited video of TV footage. 1978
Video 5.22 minutes

Pull My Daisy

Robert Frank
Film. 26.23 minutes. 1959

Daisy was adapted by Jack Kerouac from the third act of his play, Beat Generation; Kerouac also provided improvised narration. It starred poets Allen Ginsberg, Peter Orlovsky and Gregory Corso, artists Larry Rivers (Milo) and Alice Neel (bishop's mother), musician David Amram, actors Richard Bellamy (Bishop) and Delphine Seyrig (Milo's wife), dancer[1] Sally Gross (bishop's sister), and Pablo Frank, Robert Frank's then-young son.

Based on an incident in the life of Beat icon Neal Cassady and his wife, the painter Carolyn, the film tells the story of a railway brakeman whose wife invites a respected bishop over for dinner. However, the brakeman's bohemian friends crash the party, with comic results.

The Americans

Robert Frank
Video Images from the book The Americans published in 1958

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