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Installation view of Frisson: The Richard E. LanG and Jane Lang Davis Collection at Seattle Art Museum, 2021, photo: Natali Wiseman.

SAM Media Lab 2021, Photo: Liz Brown

New Clothes for the Emperor (II), Edition 5 of 6, 2009, Naiza Khan

Image of square greyscale abstract painting with dark brushstrokes in the center and lighter brushstrokes surrounding

The Chinese Court-Celestial Exhibitors Explaining Their Wares. Page 84. Centennial Exhibition Philadelphia, PA. Frank Leslie’s historical register of the United States Centennial Exposition (detail), 1876, edited by Frank H.Norton

Four Seasons series: Indian Summer, 2006, printed 2016, Wendy Red Star

Photo of Gilbert Mbeng

Images: New Clothes for the Emperor (II), Edition 5 of 6, 2009, Naiza Khan, black & white digital photographs on archival Canson Infinity paper, 33 x 22 ½ in., Gift of Dipti and Rakesh Mathur. The Chinese Court-Celestial Exhibitors Explaining Their Wares. Page 84. Centennial Exhibition Philadelphia, PA. Frank Leslie’s historical register of the United States Centennial Exposition (detail), 1876, edited by Frank H.Norton. Frank Leslie’s Publishing House, New York, 1877. Four Seasons series: Indian Summer, 2006, printed 2016, Wendy Red Star, Archival pigment print on Sunset Fiber rag, Sheet: 23 × 26 in. (58.4 × 66 cm), Image: 21 x 24 in., Gift of Loren G. Lipson, M.D., 2016.13.4. Photo of Gilbert Mbeng.


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