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  • I Want You (Artfux, left) and The New World Order (English, right) 

    Artfux; English, Ron (culture jammer) (1991-01-26)
    Community art/Billboards: USA, New York, New York City. "I Want You..." and "The New World Order" guerrilla billboards up for one day, January 26, 1991, corner of Houston Street and Broadway.
  • In the Beginnning 

    Chapman, Mike (1999)
    Sculpture: United Kingdom, England, London. Crib figure installed at the base of Nelsonnulls Column, Trafalgar Square, and adjacent to the church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Detail view of infant. Material: Portland stone.
  • In the Beginnning 

    Chapman, Mike (1999)
    Sculpture: United Kingdom, England, London. Crib figure installed at the base of Nelsonnulls Column, Trafalgar Square, and adjacent to the church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Full view. Material: Portland stone.
  • Installation 

    Adams, Mac (British photographer and conceptual artist, born 1943) (1992)
    British. Sculpture (visual work). 20th century. Mac Adams. Installation, stone and white plastic disks. Photographed in 1992 at the John Gibson Gallery, New York, New York, United States. Full view.
  • Intruder 

    Ewing, Lauren (American sculptor, born 1946) (1985)
    American, Sculpture (visual work), Site-specific works, 20th century. Lauren Ewing. Intruder. Photographed at Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, New York, in 1986.
  • Isabel Roberts House 

    Wright, Frank Lloyd (American, 1867-1959) (1908)
    Architecture: Illinois, River Forest. Isabel Roberts House, 603 Edgewood Place. Exterior: general view; house on right is William E. Drummond House. Remodeled by William Drummond (American, act. 20th c.) in 1922 and ...
  • The Islands of the Rose Apple Tree Surrounded by The Oceans of the World for You, Oh my Darling 

    Aycock, Alice (American sculptor, born 1946) (1987)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). 20th century. Alice Aycock. "The Islands of the Rose Apple Tree Surrounded by The Oceans of the World for You, Oh my Darling," concrete. Outdoor Sculpture Collection, Western Washington ...
  • It Cannullt Happen Here (George Bush, Sr.) 

    Conal, Robbie (American artist, born 20th century) (1988)
    American. Posters. Multiples. 20th century. Robbie Conal. "It Cannullt Happen Here" (George Bush, Sr.). Poster.
  • James Hall Taylor House 

    Maher, George Washington (American, 1864-1926) (1912)
    Architecture: Illinois, Oak Park. James Hall Taylor House (later Unity Church of the Daily Word), 405 North Euclid Avenue. Exterior: detail of end of house. Prairie School style.
  • James Hall Taylor House 

    Maher, George Washington (American, 1864-1926) (1912)
    Architecture: Illinois, Oak Park. James Hall Taylor House (later Unity Church of the Daily Word), 405 North Euclid Avenue. Exterior: general view. Prairie School style.
  • Jeff and Ilona (Made in Heaven) 

    Koons, Jeff (American sculptor, born 1954) (1990)
    Sculpture: USA. Exhibited Italy, Venice, at Aperto: Venice Biennale, May 27-September 30, 1990. Polychromed wood produced in edition of three plus artistnulls proof. Photographed at 1990 Venice Biennale.
  • John, Washington, and Emily Roebling Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge for the First Time 

    Marisol (French sculptor, born 1930) (1989)
    French, Sculpture (visual work), 20th century. Marisol. John, Washington, and Emily Roebling Crossing the Brooklyn Bridge for the First Time. Wood, plaster, and stain. Two views (full and detail).
  • The King of Solana Beach 

    Antin, Eleanor (American performance artist, conceptual artist, and photographer, born 1935) (1974)
    American. Photographs. Black-and-white photographs. 20th century. Eleanor Antin. "The King of Solana Beach," eleven black-and-white photographs, mounted on board with two text panels." Image is one of the eleven photographs.
  • Kingnulls Cross Station 

    Cubitt, Lewis (English architect, 1799-1883) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. King’s Cross Railroad Station. Interior detail of shed roof, 1995 photograph. Twin wooden-arched train sheds; wood replaced by steel c. 1869. Built by Great Northern Railway.
  • Kingnulls Cross Station 

    Cubitt, Lewis (English architect, 1799-1883) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. King’s Cross Railroad Station. Exterior general view showing brick façade, twin train sheds, and central Italianate clock tower, 1995 photograph. Wooden roof ribs of sheds ...
  • Kingnulls Cross Station 

    Cubitt, Lewis (English architect, 1799-1883) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. King’s Cross Railroad Station, two-sided station plan of “Italian villa” design. Exterior detail view of cab drive, 1995 photograph. Built by Great Northern Railway.
  • Kingnulls Cross Station 

    Cubitt, Lewis (English architect, 1799-1883) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. King’s Cross Railroad Station. Interior view down length of shed, 1995 photograph. Twin wooden-arched train sheds; wood replaced by steel c. 1869. Built by Great Northern ...
  • Kitchen 

    Lou, Liza (American sculptor and draftsman, born 1969) (1991)
    American, Installations (visual works), 20th century. Liza Lou, Kitchen (A Labour of Love Kitchen Installation). Beads pasted on papier mache and wood. Images (two) show full view and detail.
  • Knowing Our History, Teaching Our Culture 

    Birch, Willie (American sculptor and draftsman, born 1942) (1992)
    American. Sculpture (visual work). 20th century. Willie Birch. "Knowing Our History, Teaching Our Culture," mixed media, wood, and papier mâché. As photographed in fall 1992 at the Arthur Roger Gallery, New York, New ...
  • Land Sea and Air II 

    Gormley, Antony (British sculptor and installation artist, born 1950) (1982)
    British, Sculpture (visual work), Installations (visual works), 20th century. Antony Gormley. Land Sea and Air II. Lead and fiberglass figures. Photographed at the exhibition, “The Re-emergent Figure: Seven Sculptors ...