Materials and Techniques: Installations

Materials and Techniques (Installations) 28-4-2004

Slide 1: Kurt Schwitters, Merzbau (Hanover, 1923).

Slide 2: Installation of International Exhibition of Surrealism, New Burlington Galleries, London, 1936.

Slide 3: Photograph of International Exhibition of Surrealism, Paris, 1938. (search Google for image)

Slide 4: Photograph of First Papers of Surrealism exhibition, New York, 1942. (search Google for image)

Slide 5: Photograph of Ecart absolu, International Exhibition of Surrealism, Paris, 1965. (search Google for image)

Slide 6: Marcel Duchamp, Etant donn�es (1946-66).

Slide 7: Donald Judd, Untitled (1972).

Slide 8: Carl Andre, 144 Magnesium Squares (1969).

Slide 9: Robert Morris, Installation photograph of exhibition at Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, 1965.

Slide 10: Robert Morris, Installation photograph of ‘Felts’ exhibition at Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, 1968. (search Google for image)

Slide 11: Tom Wesselmann, Bathroom Collage no. 2 (1963).

Slide 12: Tom Wesselmann, Interior no. 1 (1964). (search Google for image)

Slide 13: George Segal, Woman Standing in a Bathtub (1964).

Slide 14: Ed Kienholz, State Hospital (1966).

Slide 15: Ed Kienholz, The Portable War Memorial (1968).

Slide 16: Art & Language, Index 01(1972).

Slide 17: Louise Bourgeois, Cells (1990-93).

Slide 18: Bill Viola, Still from The Messenger (1996).

Slide 19: Bill Viola, Installation of The Messenger in Durham Cathedral (1996).

Slide 20: Mona Hatoum, Light Sentence (1992).

Slide 21: DonaldJudd, Untitled (1980-86).

Slide 22: Rachel Whiteread, Ghost (1990).

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