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While Chang's multi-year project was in part inspired by turn-of-the-century colonial explorer Sven Hedin's book 'Wandering Lake' (1938) which tells the story of a migrating body of water in the Chinese desert, the project also chronicles ...
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Emerging photographers working in a contemporary art context This catalogue presents an important new trend in contemporary photography, offering an opportunity to define the concerns of a younger generation of artists and contextualize ...
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Grizzly Man, 49, 52, 55, 68, 161, 186–187, 211, 214, 366 Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst, 366 Guggenheim, Davis, 18 H Hampton, Henry, 55–56 Harlan County, U.S.A., 25, 366 Hawn, Goldie, 42 Hayes, Karin, 67, 180, 186, 235, ...
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Enabling power: European Communities Act 1972, s. 2 (2), sch. 2, para. 1A & Export Control Act 2002, ss. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7.
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M. Guggenheim and W. Loeffler, Biologiacal test for proteinogenetic amines in tissue extracts. Biochem. Z. 72, 303 (1916). C. M. F. Pugh. Oxidation of aliphatic amines by brain and othjer tissues. Biochem. J. 31, 286 (1937).
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Traces the life of the art patron, Hilla Rebay, examines her personal relationships with artists, and discusses her contributions to the formation of the Guggenheim Museum
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'The Guggenheims': Meyer Guggenheim, the penniless immigrant whose genius for business and penchant for taking risks made the family fortune; Solomon Guggenheim, the pioneer art patron who commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to build the ...
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Patricia Volk’s delicious memoir lets us into her big, crazy, loving, cheerful, infuriating and wonderful family, where you’re never just hungry–your starving to death, and you’re never just full–you’re stuffed.
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Dealers operate within a private world of handshake agreements, negotiating for the highest commissions. Michael Shnayerson, a longtime contributing editor to Vanity Fair, writes the first ever definitive history of their activities.