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HIGHLIGHTED ACQUISITIONS

EXHIBITIONS


ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS


STRATEGIC GOALS

Weave the museum's programs into the
academic fabric of the University of Florida in
order to enhance student learning experiences
and support university goals.


Broaden the national and international influence
and reputation of the Har as a leader among
UF PARTNERSHIPS university art museums.


FINANCIAL


SUPPORT


ACQUISITIONS


PEOPLE ATTHE HARN


Provide a welcoming environment that
stimulates art-centered visitor experiences for
diverse audiences.

Use the museum's diverse art collections and
exhibitions to facilitate dialogue about global
ideas and issues.

Work with University of Florida Cultural Plaza
partners to make the plaza a destination for the
enjoyment of art, culture and nature.


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DIRECTOR'SII


The Bob and Nancy Magoon Garden
in Honor of Sam and Bessie Proctor


Last year the Harn Museum staff together with many museum stakeholders, including faculty and students, docents and volunteers,
donors and museum members, put a tremendous amount of energy and creative thinking into the development of a new five-year strategic
plan that will guide the work of the Harn through fiscal year 2013. We are proud of the ambitious plan we developed with help from our
friends and supporters and have already enthusiastically begun its implementation.

Among the five institutional goals highlighted in the strategic plan, our top priority is to weave all aspects of the museum's work into the
academic fabric of the University of Florida in support of the university's three-fold mission of research, teaching and service to the people
of Florida, the nation and the world. In this annual report you will see a summary of fruitful partnerships and collaborations between the
Harn and various UF colleges and centers during the past year. One of the most rewarding programs linking the Harn with the academic
life of the university is the museum's expansive internship program, which places students from many academic programs in all Harn
Museum departments for meaningful experiences that contribute to their learning and professional development. The students give back,
too, greatly enhancing the museum's ability to serve its diverse audiences.

The work of the Harn is also advanced through the generosity of many donors who contribute monetary gifts, in-kind gifts and works
of art in support of the museum's mission. All of the museum's donors are recognized in this annual report. I am particularly delighted
to acknowledge a $10 million gift from Dr. David and Mrs. Mary Ann Cofrin to support the construction of a 22,000-square-foot wing
for the exhibition, conservation and study of
Asian art, one of the museum's fastest-growing
collections. The support of many individuals,
foundations and corporations helps to ensure
that the Harn will realize its strategic goals and
continue to fulfill its mission to inspire and
educate people and enrich their lives through _, Ja K o
the power of art.
Asian Wing opening 2010
Rebecca M. Nagy, Ph.D. image courtesy Kha Le Huu and Partners, Inc.
Director, Ham Museum of Art








Mrim ACQUISITIONS



African

Yoruba people, Nigeria
Cloth with Olokun, Goddess of the Sea, Motif
c. 1973
Imported cotton cloth, indigo dye with starch resist
76.5 x 70.5 in. (194.3 x 179.1 cm.)
Gift of Robin Poynor
2007.30.1

The Ham's African collection now boasts a fine example of an
indigo resist dyed textile (adire eleko) from Oshogbo, Nigeria.
The textile is named after Olokun, a sea goddess venerated by
the Yoruba people. Olokun is thought to bring riches from the
sea to her adherents, so it is apropos that the cloth named after
her is perhaps the most intricate and symbolically interesting of
the many adire eleko designs. Women textile artists who produce
adire eleko carefully preserve traditional patterns but also strive
to invent exciting new designs. No two adire eleko cloths are the
same as they include endless compositional variations of old and
new motifs. The designs on this cloth include plants, turtles, fish
and other aquatic flora and fauna sacred to Olokun juxtaposed
with purely geometric shapes, rendered with equally delicate
lines. Adire eleko, first introduced in the early 20th century, has
seen a decline in production since the 1970s because of the labor
intensity of the handpainting technique and the decreasing use of
indigo dye.



Asian

Rengetsu Otagaki, Japanese, 1791 -1875
Hanging Basket
c. 1870, ceramic
11 x 9 1/4 in. (27.9 x 23.5 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
the Kathleen M. Axline Endowment
2007.35

The poetess, calligrapher and potter known as Rengetsu
Otagaki (1791-1875) was born in Kyoto to a samurai
family. She was adopted at 10-days-old by Otagaki
Mitsuhisa Joemon, who worked at the Chion-in Temple.
At 33, she shaved her head to become a nun, adopting the
Buddhist name of Rengetsu (Lotus Moon). The hand-
built tsuribana-ike (hanging basket for a creeper) has a
creamy white glaze and was brushed in cursive black ink by "
Rengetsu with a poem she composed. It reads: Along the
Higashima mountain range the nightingale flies, out of my i
hut I hear her first song.















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Los Carpinteros, Dagoberto Rodriguez Sanchez, Cuban, b. 1969
and Marco Castillo Valdez, Cuban, b. 1971
Complejo Marti, 2007, watercolor on paper (triptych)
98.5 x 165 3/8 in. (250.2 x 420.1 cm.), museum purchase, funds
provided by the David A. Cofrin Art Acquisition Endowment
and friends of the Harn Museum, 2008.22


Robert Fichter, American, b. 1939
Baby Gene Pool's First Photograph, 1980s, lithograph with
albumen print insert, Vari Press print
29 x 41 in. (73.7 x 104.1 cm.), gift of Robert and Nancy Fichter,
Given in honor of my University of Florida teachers: Ken
Kerslake, Jerry Uelsmann and Jack Nichelson, without whose
support and encouragement I would not have continued to
make pictures., 2008.9.12


Contemporary

Los Carpinteros, members of a Havana-based collective formed in 1991, are
among the most important and innovative artists of the contemporary Cuban
avant-garde. Part of the "generation of the nineties," they use metaphor and
irony to explore the contradictions of Cuban reality.

Complejo Marti depicts three Olympic-size swimming pools. Blue washes
of color imply the transparency and substance of watery depths and
suggest a site of athletic display or lavish recreation. However, in uncanny
contradiction, the empty pools have targets in human form set up for
shooting practice. These ominous figures bring recollections of acts of
political persecution and assassination that have taken place in abandoned
gyms and stadiums.



Photography

Baby Gene Pool's First Photograph is a marvelous demonstration of Robert
Fichter's ongoing experimental approach and his refusal to be bound by
traditional media categories. His recurring protagonist, Baby Gene Pool is
depicted in an expressive lithographic drawing with intense color, proudly
displaying his "first photograph," an antique albumen print of a sharply
rendered still life scene reminiscent of a 19th-century cabinet of curiosities.
This print's references to the differences between photography and other
printmaking processes honors and ridicules art historical boundaries with an
ironic ambiguity typical of much of Fichter's work.

This multimedia print is a highlight from a group of 18 works by Fichter,
including oversize Polaroid color photographs, conventional gelatin silver
photographs and various forms of printmaking including etching and
lithography. Fichter generously dedicated this gift "in honor of my University
of Florida teachers: Ken Kerslake, Jerry Uelsmann and Jack Nichelson
without whose support and encouragement I would not have continued to
make pictures'" It is a tribute to the university and these artists who, beyond
inspiring Fichter with their innovative work in printmaking, photography and
sculpture, also provided a model of creative and technical experimentation
that Fichter carried on in his own work and teaching.


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Rockwell Kent is especially renowned as an illustrator of classics such as
"Moby Dick" and stories of Paul Bunyan. He also authored numerous books
chronicling his adventures to remote places such as Alaska, Tierra del Fuego
and Greenland. Inspired by the tradition of 19th-century romantic 1p ,il W i,.
Kent's landscapes often depict vast, untamed nature, either completely
uninhabited or populated by a lone individual. Ireland Reef demonstrates
Kent's taste for precise rendering of forms with strong contrasts of light and
dark. It was painted during the summer of 1926 on the artist's four-month
sojourn in Ireland, an extended honeymoon following his second marriage.


Rockwell Kent, American, 1882 -1971
Ireland Reef, 1926, oil on panel
24 x 30 in. (61 x 76.2 cm.), gift from the Stephen and
Carol Shey Collection, 2008.15












Highlights from the African Collection
Ongoing
Richardson Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of African Art Susan Cooksey

This exhibition emphasizes the historical and geographical
diversity and the range of mediums now well-represented in the
collection, including wood sculpture, masquerades, ceramics,
textiles, metalwork and architectural elements. IT.,i;i i ,from the
African C i'/li ti'in also focuses on works by identified artists or
hands, including works by Osei Bonsu, Ubah of Usufoia, Olowe of
Ise and Agbonbiofe Adesina. Made possible by the Harn Program
Endowment.

Programs: Teacher Workshop, Collaboration of Art: Integrating
Traditional and Contemporary African Art, March 19, 2008;
Summer Teacher Institute, June 10 20, 2008; Family Day, African
Art, June 21, 2008


Highlights from the Asian Collection
Ongoing
Axline Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Jason Steuber

This ongoing exhibition presents a selection of significant works
from all three sub-collections of the museum's Asian collection,
representing a broad range of historical periods and genres.
Ceramics and sculpture are especially prominent in the displays,
which also include bronzes, jades, lacquers, cloisonne enamels
and paintings. Made possible by the Eloise R. Chandler Program
Endowment.

Programs: Looking Beyond Sight, August 10, 2007; Family Day,
Chinese New Year Festival, February 16, 2008; Harn Eminent
Scholar Lecture, Zhang Changping, February 18, 2008; Harn
Eminent Scholar Lecture, Qianshen Bai, April 3, 2008; Harn
Eminent Scholar Lecture, Robin McNeal, April 15, 2008


Highlights from the Photography Collection
March 13 August 26, 2007
S.F.I. Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Photography Tom Southall

This exhibition featured works acquired by the University of
Florida since the 1970s. ITHoiii, from the Photography (C i11A'/' t'
included masterworks by Robert Frank, Irving Penn, Minor
White, Ken Josephson and Jerry Uelsmann, who established the
legacy for photographic excellence and innovative instruction at
the University of Florida. Made possible by J. Dustin Curbow and
Paul D. Zirakian of Citigroup SmithBarney.


Highlights from the Modern Collection
Ongoing
Gallery A
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Modern Art Dulce Roman

This exhibition presents highlights from the museum's holdings of
modern American, European and Latin American art dated
c. 1880 1950. The selected works include landscapes, city views,
mural studies, portraits, still lifes and figural studies by more
than 40 artists. Among the artists represented are 19th-century
artists Claude Monet and Auguste Rodin; Latin American artists
Diego Rivera and Rufino Tamayo; and American artists Alexander
Archipenko, Milton Avery, George Bellows, Charles Burchfield,
Preston Dickinson, Werner Drewes, Childe Hassam, Herman
Herzog, John Marin, Reginald Marsh, Louise Nevelson, Georgia
O'Keeffe and Hale Woodruff. Made possible by Compass Bank.

Programs: Harn Eminent Scholar Lecture, Wanda Corn, March
20, 2008; Family Day, Geometric Building Designs, May 17, 2008


International Contemporary Art from the
Harn Collection
December 22, 2006 October 14, 2007
Gallery A
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Contemporary Art Kerry Oliver-Smith

This Cofrin Pavilion exhibition highlighted international
contemporary art in all media from the museum's contemporary
collection, including European photography, an installation by
Argentine artist Sergio Vega and a recent painting acquisition by
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Significant loaned works included
sculptures by David Smith, Alexander Calder, Fernando Botero
and Joan Miro. Made possible by Christie's with additional
support from the Sidney Knight Endowment.

Programs: Harn Eminent Scholar Lecture, Ute Bauer, September
27,2007


Refined Radiance: Chinese
Glass of the Qing Dynasty (1644 1911)
May 22 September 30, 2007
S.F.I. Rotunda
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Former Chief Curator and Curator of Asian Art Charles
Mason

The pieces included in this exhibition, most of which were
drawn from a private Gainesville collection, represented the rich
spectrum of Qing-dynasty glass and illustrated many different
functional, technical and stylistic aspects of the genre. Made
possible by Northern Trust Bank.






















Armando Marino, La patera (The Raft), 2002, watercolor on paper
152.4 x 205.7 cm. (60 x 81 in.), lent from Patricia and Howard Farber


Cuba Avant-Garde: Contemporary Cuban
Art from the Farber Collection
May 29 September 9, 2007
Gladys Gracy Har Exhibition Hall
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Contemporary Art Kerry Oliver-Smith

This exhibition featured 58 works by 42 Cuban-born artists who
live in and outside of Cuba. Large-scale paintings, sculpture,
drawings, photographs and mixed-media works highlighted the
cultural mixing, aesthetic diversity and critical voice that reflect
the tendencies of international contemporary art, but more
importantly, emerge from the distinct circumstances of Cuba
itself. Independent in spirit, artists whose work was featured in the
exhibition challenge singular global perspectives while insisting
on a multiplicity of aesthetic and political strategies. Made
possible by Nationwide and the Nationwide Foundation.

Publication: 188-page bilingual (English and Spanish) book
written by Curator of Contemporary International Art at the
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (MNBA) Abelardo G. Mena
Chicuri with essays by Harn Curator of Contemporary Art Kerry
Oliver-Smith, Howard Farber, collector, and Magda Gonzalez-
Mora Alfonso, a founder of the Havana Biennial.

Programs: Film, "Great Day In Havana," July 12, 2007; Family
Day, Secrets of the Heart: Mapping Mysterious..., July 21, 2007;
Film, "Buena Vista Social Club," July 26, 2007; Film, "Miami
- Havana & Urban Design & Planning in Havana, Cuba: An
Historical Perspective," August 9, 2007; Gallery Talk, Kerry Oliver-
Smith, August 26, 2007; Lecture, Glexis Novoa, August 29, 2007

Travel Itinerary: Organized by the Harn Museum of Art in
partnership with Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions

John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, Florida
October 7 December 31, 2007

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene,
Oregon
October 4, 2008 January 4, 2009

University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Michigan
May 23 July 19, 2009

Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida
February 6 April 4, 2010


From Durer to Renoir: European Prints
from the Harn Museum Collection
July 17, 2007 January 6, 2008
Gallery C
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Modern Art Dulce Roman

This exhibition of about 40 prints was drawn primarily from the
Harn collection and featured works dating from the late 15th
through the 18th centuries. Primarily from England, France,
Germany, Holland, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain, the selected
works included engravings, etchings, lithographs and woodcuts
(some of them hand-colored) and illustrated various uses for
prints during the period. Support for From Diirer to Renoir was
provided by the Eloise R. Chandler Program Endowment.

Programs: Family
Day, Off the Press:
Printmaking for
PEveryone, August 18,
2007; Studio Class,
Book Making, Erin
S Curry, August 25, 2007;
Gallery Talk, Sheryl
S Kroen, October 28, 2007;
Co-sponsored Teacher
Workshop, UF Center
t" d for European Studies,
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Honored Daumier, Cancaturana #93 Laissez venir
a moi les petits enfans, 1836-1838, hand-colored
lithograph, 9.75 x 9.5 in. (24.8 x 24.1 cm.)
Gift of Adolf Mueller, PR-83-1 18


Highlights from the Photography Collection
September I 1, 2007 February 24, 2008
S.F.I. Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Photography Tom Southall

This exhibition featured 38 photographs by 26 photographers,
with a focus on 19th-century, pictorial and contemporary
photographers. Views of the virgin territory of the American
West during the 1860s and 1870s by Timothy O'Sullivan, Carleton
Watkins and Roscoe Savage contrasted with contemporary views
of similar Western landscapes by Richard Misrach and Robert
Adams. Light as a subject matter was illustrated in works by
Clarence White and contemporary artist Sol Lewitt. IT;,iii,,
from the Photography ( ,11ie t llw was made possible by J. Dustin
Curbow and Paul D. Zirakian of Citigroup SmithBarney.

Programs: Teacher Workshop, Intro Curriculum on Photography,
October 3, 2007; Gallery Talk, Tom Southall, January 17, 2008;
Family Day, Altered Photography Creations, January 19, 2008;
SAAH Visiting Artist Lecture, Louise Lawler, February 21, 2008







Photographic Formalities: From
Ansel Adams to Weegee
September 28, 2007 January 6, 2008
Gladys Gracy Har Exhibition Hall
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Photography Tom Southall

Photographic Formalities featured 220 works by 77 international
20th-century modernist photographers including multiple works
by masters such as Ansel Adams, Weegee, Edward Weston, Walker
Evans and Ruth Bernhard and less familiar innovators such as
Jan Saudek, James Nachtwey and Marion Post-Wolcott. These
photographers, whether consciously like Adams or intuitively
like Weegee, followed the path of 20th-century modernism as
practiced in other media-that the "form follows function." The
works were on loan from a private Florida family collection.
Support was provided by the 150th Anniversary Cultural Plaza
Endowment.

Publication: Brochure with an essay by Curator of Photography
Tom Southall

Programs: Lecture, Bill Hunt, October 6, 2007; Panel discussion,
David Jacobs, Andre Robbins, Shep Steiner, October 18, 2007;
Gallery Talk, Tom Southall, November 8, 2007


The Ceramics ofToshikoTakaezu:
Function, Form and Surface
October 5, 2007 January 20, 2008
S.F.I. Rotunda
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Former Chief Curator and Curator of Asian Art Charles
Mason

This exhibition featured the work of Toshiko Takaezu, one of
America's most eminent ceramists. Throughout her career,
Takaezu has been concerned not only with the formal qualities of
her vessels and sculptures but also with the expressive quality of
their surfaces. The calculated tension between surface and form
is a fundamental aspect of Takaezu's work and elevates even her
simplest pieces to a high aesthetic level. This exhibition was in
memory of Caroline J. Rister Penn, a longtime friend of the artist
who acquired some of the pieces throughout a period of several
decades from the 1970s to the 2000s. Upon Penn's passing on May
1, 2007, Takaezu generously gifted works in her honor, including
several featured in this exhibition. Support was provided by the
Harn Program Endowment.

Publication: Brochure with essay by Chief Curator and Curator of
Asian Art Charles Mason

Programs: Gallery Talk, Anna Calluori Holcombe, October 11,
2007; Family Day, Ceramics of Toshiko Takaezu, October 27, 2007


Consuelo Kanaga, American, 1894 1978, Young Girl in Profile, 1948
Gelatin silver print, 9.875 x 7.625 in. (25.1 x 19.4 cm.), loan from a private Florida
collection, Photographic Formalities From Ansel Adams to Weegee



Vision/Revision: Contemporary Art
from the Harn Collection
November 13, 2007 July 20, 2008
Mary Ann Harn Cofrin Pavilion
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Contemporary Art Kerry Oliver-Smith

The mutable relationships among art, artists and viewers are
highlighted in I; .,, P'. I ;,;.,, While vision implies a unique
and original insight, revision suggests the transformation and
proliferation of meanings. Vision points to the future, while
revision implies a cyclical relationship between the past and
present and between production and reception. Through the work
of 26 international artists, V;,;. ,i P'. I ;,;...; traced the multiple
layers of meaning that can be created in response to a work
of art. Highlighted artists included El Anatsui, Seydou Keita,
William Kentridge, Antoni Thpies, Yayoi Kusama, Oscar Mufoz,
Andy Warhol and Lisa Mae Post. Support provided by the 150th
Anniversary Cultural Plaza Endowment.

Programs: Co-sponsored Teacher Workshop, UF International
Center, November 15, 2007; Gallery Talk, Kerry Oliver-Smith,
January 13, 2008; Gallery Talk, Celeste Roberge, January 27, 2008;
Family Day, Earth Day Festival: Recycling/Transformation, April
19,2008







Paradigms and the Unexpected:
Modern and Contemporary Art
from the Shey Collection
February 10 -May 18, 2008
Gladys Gracy Har Exhibition Hall, Gallery C
and S.F.I. Rotunda
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curators: Former Harn Director Budd Bishop, Curator of
Contemporary Art Kerry Oliver-Smith and Curator of Modern
Art Dulce Roman

This exhibition of 100 paintings, sculpture and drawings by
75 internationally renowned 20th and 21st-century artists was
drawn from the Florida collection of Carol and Stephen Shey.
Created mostly by artists from the United States, these works
reflect the extraordinarily diverse and innovative trajectories
of the period. The section devoted to modern art featured
36 landscapes, cityscapes, still life, figural subjects and pure
abstractions representing important modernist movements
in American art such as cubism, geometric abstraction,
precisionism, realism and regionalism. Contemporary
works included 64 objects beginning with the extraordinary
innovations of abstract expressionists working during the
post-World War II period. Other important artists represented
pop, minimalist and post-minimalist movements that exerted
an equally dynamic and worldwide influence. Later works on
view demonstrate the diverse and innovative directions of artists
working in the realm of neo-expressionism. Made possible by
Shands at the University of Florida, the C. Frederick and Aase B.
Thompson Foundation, Nathan S. Collier, S.F.I., Mercantile Bank
and the Eloise R. Chandler Endowment.

Publication: 236-page book with an essay by former Harn
Director Budd Bishop and artist entries by Curator of Modern
Art Dulce Roman and Curator of Contemporary Art Kerry
Oliver-Smith.

Programs: Gallery Talk, Budd Bishop, February 10, 2008;
Gallery Talk, Dulce Roman and Kerry Oliver-Smith, March 2,
2008; Family Day, Shey Collection: Modern/Contemporary Art,
March 15, 2008; Vital Visionaries, May 12 13, 2008


Arthur Dove, Down 1, 1932, oil on canvas, 22 x 22 in. (55.9 x 55.9 cm)
Lent from the Collection of Carol and Stephen Shey, 0 The Estate of Arthur Dove


An Ocean of Devotion: South Asian
Regional Worship Traditions
March I October 19, 2008
Axline Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curators: Vasudha Narayanan, CHiTra and Religion Department, College of
Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Jason Steuber

Dating from the third century through the mid-20th century, the 32
objects on view were drawn from the Harn Museum's Asian collection. In
the display, organization and groupings of the works centered on specific
deities and narratives that are significant in the Hindu tradition. Each
grouping juxtaposed works of various media and time periods to illustrate
the continuity and change each figure undergoes because of regional
and historical circumstances. An Ocean of Devotion was the result of
collaboration between the Harn Museum and the Center for the Study of
Hindu Traditions (CHiTra) and was made possible through the support of
the Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart Endowment for Focus Exhibitions.

Programs: Gallery Talk, Vasudha Narayanan, June 8, 2008

Highlights from the Photography Collection:
University of Florida's Photographic Legacy
March 18, 2008 February 22, 2009
S.F.I. Gallery
Organized by: Harn Museum of Art
Curator: Curator of Photography Tom Southall

The University of Florida has been an important center for creative
photography since the 1960s and is especially noted for the experimental
and innovative work of its faculty and students. This exhibition featured
the Harn Museum's strong holdings of works by influential faculty,
including Jerry Uelsmann (UF 1960-1997), Todd Walker (UF 1970-1977)
and Evon Streetman (UF 1977-1999). In addition, recent gifts by Robert
Fichter highlighted this exhibition's inclusion of works by numerous
UF BFA and MFA graduates who have gone on to impressive careers.
The ongoing innovative energy of the university's teaching program was
further demonstrated by a sampling of video/multimedia works by current
faculty members Barbara Jo Revelle and Wes Kline. Made possible by the
Sidney Knight Endowment.

Programs: Gallery Talk, Evon Streetman, May 4, 2008; Vital Visionaries,
May 26 27, 2008

Cross-Currents in RecentVideo Installation
June 17 September 7, 2008
Gladys Gracy Harn Exhibition Hall
Organized by: Tufts University Art Gallery, Aidekman Arts Center
Curator: Curator of African Art Susan Cooksey

Cross-Currents presented video installations by five international artists
with ties to Africa: Zwelethu Mthethwa, Ingrid Mwangi (with Robert
Hutter), Moataz Nasr and Berni Searle. The video installations were large-
scale, with two of the works being projected on three screens measuring
as large as 40 feet wide by 9 feet tall. Challenging and thought-provoking,
each work on display used water as a symbol for many concepts, including
family, identity, violence and spiritual transformation. This description
of water can be compared to the blending and dissolving of categories
of race, identity, cultural heritage and a coherent family structure. This
exhibition was made possible locally by the Talking Phone Book with
additional support from the Sidney Knight Endowment.








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Tot Time

Move It! Movement in Art, July 6, 2007
Other Colors, July 31, August 3, 2007
ABCs of Art, August 28, September 7, 2007
Numbers, September 25, October 5, 2007
Imagination, October 30, 2007
Picture This, November 21, December 7, 2007
Animals in Art, January 4, January 29, 2008
Where Am I?, February 1, February 26, 2008
Fun with Feet, March 7, March 25, 2008
Make a Face, April 4, April 29, 2008
Again and Again, May 2, May 27, 2008
Dark and Light, June 6, June 24, 2008

Family Day

Storytelling with Alachua County Library Partners,
September 15, 2007
ButterflyFest, October 13, 2007


Children's Studio Classes

Visual Language of Art
Jane Gravois, Artist/Instructor
Horsing Around with Art
Nicole Reno, Artist/Instructor

Adult Studio Classes

Charcoal Drawing: Create Form
Melanie Peter, Artist/Instructor
Drawing Through the Museum
Annie Pais, Artist/Instructor
Introduction to Watercolor
Linda Pence, Artist/Instructor
Introduction to Sculpture
Erin Curry, Artist/Instructor
Introduction to Watercolor
Linda Pence, Artist/Instructor
Drawing Through the Museum
Annie Pais, Artist/Instructor
Intermediate Watercolor
Linda Pence, Artist/Instructor



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Art for Life

Art for Life Presentation at the Atrium, July
17,2007
Art for Life Presentation at Oak Hammock
Assisted Living, September 27, 2007

Art for Life Presentation at Gainesville Health
Care Center, February 18, 2008


Looking Beyond Sight


October 3, 2007

Films

Art:21 Season 4 Premier, October 4, October
11,2007

SAAH Visiting Artist Film, Steve Kurtz,
March 22, 2008

Harn Eminent Scholar Lectures

Julian Strallabrass, October 30, 2007
Amelia Jones, November 7, 2007

SAAH Visiting Artist Lecture

Sir Ken Robinson, January 15, 2008

Poetry Reading

Creative Writing Faculty Readings,
September 27, 2007


Community Festival Participation

Downtown Festival and Art Show,
Gainesville
5th Avenue Arts Festival, Gainesville

School Board ofAlachua County
Exhibition Reception


April 24, 2008


Educator Outreach

Florida Art Education Association
Conference Sessions Museum Division
and Exchange

Educator Workshops

Alachua County Art Meeting, August 15,
2007

Architecture Lectures

Dan Rockhill, September 17, 2007
Holmen Reuter Sandman Architects,
October 15, 2007
David Leatherbarrow, October 22, 2007
Miguel Rivera, November 5, 2007
Juan Palomar Verea, January 14, 2008
Milton Braga, February 4, 2008
Max Underwood, February 25, 2008
Brendan MacFarlane, March 24, 2008

Historic Preservation Lectures

Theodore Prudon, FAIA, January 23, 2008
Jeanne Lambin, January 31, 2008
John Fowler, February 21, 2008
Michelle Berenfeld, March 27, 2008
Martie Lieberman, April 10, 2008








PI PARTNERSHIPS


The Harn is an active partner with many University of Florida colleges, centers and organizations, recognizing that a creative campus and
interdisciplinary collaborations are integral to the success of the university and museum.


Internships

Provided internships for academic credit for students in all areas
of study in Harn departments, including curatorial, development,
education, accounting, registration, marketing and public
relations.

Student Government

Collaborated with Student Government to offer Museum Nights,
keeping the museum open until 10 p.m. Thursday during UF
academic terms with programming by and for University of
Florida students.

Centers

Collaborated with the UF Center for African Studies to present a
two-week teacher institute for K-12 teachers.

Partnered with the Digital Library Center to apply for the Institute
of Museum and Library Services Grant. This led to an award of
more than $101,000 to the Harn Museum of Art. The museum will
match the funds provided by the grant to add nearly 2,000 digital
images to the collections management system.

College of Design, Construction and Planning

Hosted the School of Architecture lecture series featuring visiting
scholars and architects.

College of Education

Hosted four workshops for pre-service elementary
education students.

Collaborated with the early childhood department for docent
training for Tot Time.

College of Engineering

Worked with faculty and a graduate student to repair the
mechanical arm on Hammering Man located in the front of the
museum.

College of Fine Arts

Awarded a School of Art and Art History internship funded
by the Langley Endowment.

Collaborated with the School of Art and Art History to host the
Harn Eminent Scholar Lecture Series and the Visiting Artist
Lecture Series.

College of Journalism and Communications

Participated in Dr. Johanna Cleary's journalism course "Covering
the Arts" by lecturing and giving tours of the collecting areas.


Florida Museum of Natural History


Co-hosted an Earth Day Celebration by engaging in art activities
that transform trash into art with local artists and offering
informational displays by environmental and community
organizations. Santa Fe Community College Professor Dr. Steve
Robitaille hosted a multimedia presentation of "Natural Florida:
In Word, Image and Deed," a CD-ROM project that explores
how artists, painters, photographers, musicians and writers have
represented the natural wonders of Florida from the 1500s to the
present.

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Organized An Ocean of Devotion, a collaboration between Harn
Museum Cofrin Curator of Asian Art Jason Steuber and the
Center for the Study of Hindu Traditions (CHiTra) Professor
Vasudha Narayanan. The exhibition was made possible through
the support of the Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart Endowment for
Focus Exhibitions. This endowment provides UF faculty in
any area of study with the opportunity to create small focus
exhibitions in collaboration with Harn curators.

Hosted English students' presentations of their journal entries
for Professor Debora Greger's Creative Writing courses taught at
the Harn.

Debuted films by film and media studies students during RISK
Cinema.

College of Medicine

Partnered first-year medical students with senior citizens to
share experiences with art at the museum through the Vital
Visionaries program. This program is a partnership of the
College of Medicine, the Center for Arts in Healthcare Research
and Education and the Harn Museum of Art.

Trained medical humanities classes in observation techniques.

Oak Hammock

Developed 12 modules based on art from the museum's
collection and presented the modules to residents of Oak
Hammock and other senior centers as part of the Art for Life
Program.

George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature

Collaborated to present a corollary exhibition of "Alice's

Adventures in Wonderland" books, which were on view in
the Ham's Bishop Study Center during Almost Alice: New
Illuti,'tin,' of Wonderland by Maggie Taylor, which opened July
15,2008.












Endowment Report
as of June 30, 2008
FUNDTOTAL


Statement of Activities and

Changes in Net Assets
July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008


REVENUES
Contributions
State Match
Contributions/artwork
Government support
Grants**
Membership
Investment income/realized gain
Auxiliary revenues
Other income


TOTAL REVENUES


UNRESTRICTED RESTRICTED
FUNDS FUNDS

$304,326 $708,667
0 701,702
0 1,167,738
1,735,798 0
85,944 226,685
177,937 0
s 248,701 173,466
235,301 0
0 0


$2,788,007 $2,978,258 $5,766,265


Program Attendance
July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008


Gallery Talks
Lectures
Family Days
Tot Time
School Tours
Educator Workshops
Volunteer Hours


EXPENSES
Personnel costs
General and administrative
Galleries, curatorial and exhibitions
Education
Development and marketing
Auxiliary expenses
Other expenses

TOTAL EXPENSES

NET INCOME/(LOSS)

BEGINNING BALANCE
(July 1, 2007)
ENDING BALANCE
(June 30, 2008)


$1,801,657
318,592
241,754
44,083
252,038
76,525
0


$0
165,580
0
0
0
0
0


$1,801,657
484,172
241,754
44,083
252,038
76,525
0


$2,734,649 $165,580 $2,900,229

$53,359 $2,812,678 $2,866,036

$797,576 $38,127,887 $38,925,463

$850,934 $40,940,565 $41,791,499


**The $226,685 of Revenues-Grants under Restricted Funds received in FY2008
will be expended for art storage renovation in FY2009.


Attendance Statement of Net Assets

as of June 30, 2008


2007- 2008 91,888
2006- 2007 100,936*
2005- 2006 92,306
2004- 2005 79,844

*Please note that the attendance figure for
2006 -2007 was reported incorrectly in last
year's annual report. The number included here
is the correct attendance figure.


ASSETS
Cash and cash equivalents
Investments at fair value
Permanent collection
Property and equipment
Real estate held for resale

TOTAL ASSETS

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
Accounts payable
Other liabilities

Net assets:
Invested in permanent collection
Restricted
Available for operations

TOTAL LIABILITIES
AND NET ASSETS


UNRESTRICTED RESTRICTED
FUNDS FUNDS


$461,630
389,304
0
0
0


$748,862
15,679,389
24,512,314
0
0


$850,934 $40,940,565 $41,791,499


$0
0
850,934


$24,512,314
16,428,251
0


$850,934 $40,940,565 $41,791,499


This report includes unaudited accrual-based financial information
for the year ended June 30, 2008, and is not intended to represent a
complete financial statement presentation.


Acquisitions

Programs

Curatorial

Internships

Technology

Conservation

Total


$7,498,040

$4,817,921

$2,714,890

$259,609

$194,876

$33,358

$15,518,696


TOTAL
FUNDS

$1,012,993
701,702
1,167,738
1,735,798
312,629
177,937
422,167
235,301
0


TOTAL
FUNDS

$1,210,493
16,068,692
24,512,314
0
0


$24,512,314
16,428,251
850,934




















Endowments


The Kathleen M. Axline
Acquisition Endowment, April
1991
Established for the purchase of
Asian art

The Caroline Julier and James
G. Richardson Acquisition
Fund, December 1991
Established for the purchase
of art

The Eloise R. Chandler Program
Endowment, September 1994
Established for program support

The Michael A. Singer Fund,
October 1996
Established for support of the
Bishop Study Center

The S.FI. Endowment,
December 1996
Established for support of
educational programs and the
Bishop Study Center

The Sidney Knight Endowment,
July 1997
Established for support of
exhibitions and programs

The Criser Internship Fund,
November 1997
Established for support of UF
student museum internships

The Harn Program Endowment,
December 1997
Established for support of
exhibitions and programs

The Melvin and Lorna Rubin
Fund, January 1998
Established for the acquisition
of photography

The Wachovia Foundation
Museum Technology
Endowment, April 1999
Established to enhance
museum technology, which
supports teaching, research
and programs. (originally
established as The First


Union Foundation Museum
Technology Endowment and
changed with the bank mergers
in August 2002)

The David A. Cofrin Art
Acquisition Endowment,
December 2000
Established to support art
acquisitions

The Londono Family
Endowment, December 2000
Established to support
exhibitions and programs

The Dixie Neilson Museum
Studies Registration Internship,
December 2000
Established to support
internships for those with a
career interest in museum
registration

The Phil and Barbara Emmer
Art Acquisition Endowment,
January 2002
Established to support art
acquisitions

The Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart
Endowment for Focus
Exhibitions at the Harn
Museum of Art, May 2003
Established to support
exhibition collaborations of
Harn curators with UF faculty

The 150th Anniversary Cultural
Plaza Endowment, January 2004
Established for program support

The Myra L. Engelhardt
and Lawrence E. Malvern
Endowment, November 2004
Established to support lectures

The Margaret J. Early Program
Endowment, December 2004
Established for unrestricted
support at the director's
discretion

The Ruth Pruitt Phillips
Endowment, July 2005
Established to support art
acquisitions


The Laura and Kenneth Berns
Docent Program Endowment,
December 2005
Established to support
educational programs related to
museum docents

The John Early Publications
Endowment, January 2006
Established to support scholarly
publications at the museum

The Dixie and Peter Neilson
Conservation Endowment,
February 2006
Established to support the
conservation of the museum's
collections

The Harold Walton & Margaret
Harn Goforth Endowment,
November 2006
Established by their children,
Hal W. Goforth, Jr., Sam H.
Goforth and Margaret Goforth
Glass, to support the teaching
and educational programs of the
museum

The Gladys Harn Harris Art
Acquisition Endowment,
January 2007
Established by David and Mary
Ann Cofrin to honor her sister
and to support art acquisitions
at the Harn Museum of Art


Harn National

Art Council

Norman and Irma Braman
Miami, Florida
David and Mary Ann Cofrin
Gainesville, Florida
Joe Goldberg, Ex-officio
Miami, Florida

Chris Machen, Ex-officio
Gainesville, Florida

Bob and Nancy Magoon
Aspen, Colorado
Doug Regan
Chicago, Illinois
Mel and Lorna Rubin
Gainesville, Florida
Ned R. Sachs
Naples, Florida
Steve and Carol Shey
Gainesville, Florida
Ron Shore
San Francisco, California


Adria Starkey
Naples, Florida

Don and Beverley Vining
Naples, Florida


Gifts

Corporate Matching
Exxon Mobil Foundation
Nationwide Foundation
Marshall E. Rinker, Sr.
Foundation, Inc.
UBS Foundation USA
Wachovia

In Kind (Art)
D C Moore Gallery
Bernard L. Drewes
Marc and Denyse Ginzberg
Roy Hunt
Larry N. Jacobs
Frank Jolles
Kang Collection Korean Art
New York- Keum Ja Kang
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Magoon
Mr. and Mrs. John Mendell
Dianora Niccolini
William E. and Tim Ann Parker
Kenneth and Vivian Pfeiffer
Dr. Robin E. Poynor
Premila Rao
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman J. Roberts
Michael A. Rogal
Ruth Bernhard Trust
Susan W. Shafer
Ruth S. Sheng
Joseph S. Switt
Randal S. Switt
Adamu Tesfaw
Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie
Taylor

In Kind (Non-Art)
Alta Systems, Inc.
Christie's
Emiliano's Caf6 LLC
ERA Trend Realty of
Gainesville- Mr. Tommy
McIntosh
Garden Gate Nursery
Hector Framing Gallery
Rustin Levenson Art
Conservation Association
Dr. Robert C. Magoon
Premier Productions
The Talking Phone Book

Sponsors
Christie's
Compass Bank
C. Frederick & Aase B.
Thompson Foundation
ERA Trend Realty








Florida Capital Bank of
Gainesville
Mercantile Bank
Nathan Collier
Nationwide Insurance and the
Nationwide Foundation
Northern Trust
Citigroup Smith Barney -
Dustin Curbow and Paul
Zirakian
S.F.I.
Shands Health Care, Inc.
Sotheby's
The Talking Phone Book

Commemoration
Gift in honor of Mary Ann
Cofrin
Dr. and Mrs. John H.
Updegrove
Gift in honor of Drs. Rebecca
and Paul Nagy
Nancy W Kirk
Gift in honor of Steve and Carol
Shey
Philip F Buckner
Carol Galgano
Dr. and Mrs. Richard L.
Jones
Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R.
McGurn
Marjorie B. Sachs

$350,000 and above
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

$250,000 349,999
State Endowment Matching
Gifts
State Facility Matching Gifts

$150,000 $249,999
The AEC Trust

$50,000- $149,999
The Andy Warhol Foundation
for the Visual Arts

$10,000- $49,999
C. Frederick & Aase B.
Thompson Foundation
Collier Enterprises
Cash Donations- Harn
Museum
Jack R. and Eileen M. Smith
Shands at the University of
Florida
Tang Research Foundation
TSFG Foundation

$5,000- $9,999
NYT Capital, Inc.


$1,000- $4,999
Budd H. Bishop
Braman Family Foundation
Lowell E. Chesborough
Compass Bank
Marshall M. and Paula P. Criser
Florida Capital Bank
Tom and Jane Johnson
Nancy W Kirk
Marshall E. Rinker, Sr.
Foundation, Inc.
W Robert Rout
Saint Johns Wealth
Management
Smith Barney
Wachovia
Shelley Waters

Up to $1,000
June F Allen
Sandra S. Arey
Beverly A. and Vicky H. Asbury
Kelly D. Barone
Bruce H. Bates
Roger G. Bates (d)
Robert J. Baum
Phoebe H. Bowers
Robert A. Bryan
Bryson Foundation, Ltd.
Philip F Buckner
Delores A. Buffington
Joan S. Cohen
J. Dustin Curbow
Mary Jo Davis
Richard D. Dresdner
F Charles and Dorothy C.
Duryea
Janet M. Elliot
Melvin Field
Cash Donations-FMNH
Gale C. and Virginia P Ford
Carol Galgano
Ruth Gay-Crosier
Paul S. and Mrs. Reisa George
Norman N. and Jane K. Holland
Bertram J. Hughes
Richard L. Jones
Linda K. Kelecy
Keystone Heights High School
Karen L. Kilgore
William L. and Shirley J. Kiser
Pat Murphy Landis
Marion M. Lasley
Carlos Maeztu
Linda C. and Kenneth R.
McGurn
Martin A. and Caryl McKellar
Leon and Ruth P Meeks
Oak Hall School
Nills Y. and Ann T. Ohrn
Gary M. and Gayle G. Olson
Orange Park Elementary
School
Charles T. Ozaki
Arnold C. Penland, Jr.
Michael J. and Germaine J.
Phillip


Leslie C. Roberts
Rock Crusher Elementary
School
Marjorie B. Sachs
Craig H. Salley and Wanda M.
Rentfrow
Dr. Sydney S. Jr. (d) and Pauline
S. Schochet
William B. Shreve
Marvin M. Slott, D.D.S., PA.
Rachel I. Tench
Jean S. Treadway
Maria E. Vilallonga
Howard V and Camilla B.
Weems
Steven T. Wood
Chang-yu Wu
Paul D. Zirakian


Members

Benefactors
Laura and Kenneth Berns
Dr. and Mrs. David A. Cofrin
Carol A. Crevasse
Philip and Phyllis DeLaney
Sheila K. Dickison
Gerard and Antoinette Emch
Marvin and Peggy Gresham
Hazel and William Hough
John Pla and Amy Howard
Caroline P Ireland
Marcia Isaacson
Dr. Madelyn M. Lockhart
Robert and Nancy Magoon
Drs. Rebecca and Paul Nagy
John M. Pla and Amy L Howard
David and Regina Richardson
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin L Rubin
Ned R. Sachs
Vicki Santello
Stephen and Carol Shey
Jerry and Adria Starkey
Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick Thompson
Dr. Don Q. Vining and Beverly Vining

Sustainers
Dr. Elizabeth R. Bedell and Dr. George
C. Bedell
Sandy and Jerry Berger
Julia and Budd Bishop
Michael and Susan Bradford
Joe and Ginny Cauthen
Ms. Gladys G. Cofrin
Dr. and Mrs. David R. Colburn
Marshall and Paula Criser
Dr. A. David Crown and Deborah
Cohen Crown
Lou DeLaney
Margaret Early (d)
Consuelo and Bruce Edwards
William and Katherine Elmore
Dr. Raymond J. Fitzpatrick
Gale and Virginia Ford
Janie Fouke
Marc A. Gale
Peter and Lisa Gearen
Alan and Sally Goforth
Deborah and Sam Harn Goforth
Mark and Janice Gold
Richard and Rebecca Howard
Roy Hunt
Caroline P Ireland
Isabel D. Wolf and Richard V Lechowich
Dr. and Mrs. Norman Levy
President and Mrs. J. Bernard Machen
Drs. Ross and Linda Provus McElroy
Ken and Linda McGurn
Gary J. and Suzy Miller
Vivian and Kenneth Pfeiffer
Margo D. Powers


Susan and Paul Robell
Jack and Eileen Smith
Richard T. and Jean Smith
Robert B. Spangenberg
Maggie Taylor and Jerry Uelsmann
Dr. and Mrs. Johannes Vieweg
Ward and Ruth S. Wagner
Steve and Shelley Waters

Patron
Louise and Myron Brown
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Creighton
Don and Mary Lou Eitzman
Jackie and Michael Friel
Ms. Kay Anne Garrison
Rollin and Janet Allison Glaser
Joe Glover
Harold and Mary Hanson
Norman and Jane Holland
Dr. Robert and Phyllis Levitt
Dr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Lorincz
Paul and Virginia McDaniel
Martin and Pamela McMahon
Robin and Donna Poynor
Kathleen Price
Willard G. Shafer and Susan W Shafer
Sankar and Mary Swaminathan
Dr. Joseph W Tedesco
Robert and Carolyn Thoburn
Edward and Kate Wilkinson

Fellow
Rick and Barbara Anderson
Allyson A. Barrett
Robert Baum
Georgia and Robert Bertcher
John H. Bevis
John P Brebner Family
Robert A. Bryan
William D. Bryson
Anna Calluori Holcombe and Roy Nelson
Cecilia A. and Donald Caton
Paige W Cofrin
Ruthellen Crews
Bruce and Susan Crosson
Lee and Barbara Dockery
Paul and Polly Doughty
Dorothy and Charles Duryea
Myra Engelhardt
Dr. and Mrs. Hansford W Farris
Robert S. Fennell and Joseph A. Rojo
Jack J. and Cherie H. Fine
Mary Timmerman Forrest
Gerri and Ira Gessner
Laura Gillman
Col. and Mrs. Franklin D. Hall
Evelyn and Gene Hemp
Dink and Peggy Henderson
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Hoit
Barbra Hubbell
Dr. William R. Kem and Dr. Carol Ritzen
Kem
William and Shirley Kiser
Leslie and Paul Klein
Angel Kwolek Folland and Nathan
Folland
Lucinda Lavelli
Dr. Elizabeth B. Mann
Kim Tanzer and Rod McGalliard
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Meeks
Bob and Kay Mitchell
Maril Meeks Monaco
Dr. June Nogle
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery L. Novak
Ann and N.Y. Ohrn
Marjorie and Neil D. Opdyke
Charles T Ozaki
Daniel and Ashley Parker
Dr. Edward Petkus
P V and Premila Rao
Jaquie and Michael Resnick
Warren and Sara Rice
Nina Bryant Ring
Russell and Brenda Robinson
Arlan and Edith Rosenbloom
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Russell
Sonny Scaff
William Schaaf and Annie Pais
Jon and Beverly Sensbach
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W Shands








Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Singer
Dr. Douglas L. Smith and Mrs. Elizabeth
A. Davis
Dr. M. E Stavropoulos
Janice and Dennis Steindler
Monty P. Trainer
Dr. and Mrs. John Updegrove
Dr. Thomas J. Walker
Lucinda Lavelli and Kenneth Webster
Edward and Kate Wilkinson
Penelope S. Wolfe

Associate
Alan Agresti and Jacalyn Levine
Richard Abel and Roberta Berner
Dr. and Mrs. Philip N. Ankrim
Linda Arbuckle and Leland Shaw
Robert and Shannon Ashley
Dwight Bailey and Georgia Bianchi
Alan J. Barnes and Gail Ellison
Mr. Walter and Mrs. Pamela Barry
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Belcher
Ms. Bonnie Bernau
Barbara Beynon
Gabriel and Nancy Bitton
Judy and Michael Blachly
Mike and Teresa Boulware
Phoebe H. Bowers
June and Tom Brady
Ilene Silverman and Harvey Budd
Dalton and Ann Burch
Rie Burton
Mrs. Catherine Butler
Ron and Deanna Carpenter
Julie Cassel
Mr. and Mrs. David Castine
Dr. and Mrs. David R. Challoner
Pierre Sikivie and Cynthia L. Chennault
Charles and Mary Cichra
Dr. and Mrs. Ira Clark
Christine S. Clark
Audrey E. Clark and Richard Doenges
Philip and Lynne Collis
Susan Cooksey and Scot Smith
Annette C. Cowart
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Crago
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Crago
Catherine and Richard Crandall
Byron Croker
Don and Kathleen David
Rick Davis
Ms. Mary Jo Davis
Dr. and Mrs. Allen G. DeLaney
Mike and Ann Dillon
Betty Dunckel
Mary Ann Eaverly
N. Lawrence and Catherine M. Edwards
Jan Elliot
G. Leonard Emmel III, M.D. and Rachel
R. Emmel
Jon and Loree Evans
Dr. Thomas Holland Fay
Amy and Wayne Fisher
William and Else M. Fox
Howard G. and Laurel J. Freeman
Gainesville Pool Renovators LLC
Michael Gannon and Genevieve Haugen
Reisa and Paul George
Lucille C. and Beverly George
Jim and Ellen Gershow
Elsbeth and Michael Gordon
Mary Ann and Richard L. Green
Arline and Melvin Greer
Fred and Tricia Gregory
Gary and Ann Grooms
Ann Grooms
Julius and Michelle Bishop-Gylys
Barbara Hackett
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hardin
Mrs. Charles E Helganz, Jr.
Alba Henesy and Adrienne Bleichner
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Henry
Barbara and Deborah Herbstman
Jeanna Mastrodicasa and Jason Hinson
Dr. Liselotte Hof and Dr. Peter Weber
Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Holden, Jr.
Chen-Chi and Pi-Yung Hsu
Gary and Joann Ihas
Linda Y. Jackson
Mrs. Geraldine B. Jenkins


Bob and Lisa Jerry
Ted and Gwen Jones
Ray Jones
Douglas and Sheila Jones
Pamela Keith
Gary Keith
Mark and Karen Klebe
Bill and Mary Koss
Christiana Leonard and John M. Kuldau
Christine and Martha La Tour
Dr. Marion M. Lasley
Todd and Nance Leedy
Andrea T. Little
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Little
Carlos and Graciela Lopeznieto
Joseph Marianno
Donald and Jane McGlothlin
Ina J. McKenzie
Robert H. Milbrath
Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. Mitchell
Jill Monroe
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore
Charles Nerger
James and Linda Noble
Dr. and Mrs. Sigurd Normann
Andrew and Sushma Ogram
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Omli
Jim and Suzanne Orr
William and Tim Ann Parker
Dr. and Mrs. David F. Pawliger
Jim Heiser and Christie Medved Perry
Annette L. Perry
Tracy Pfaff
Joan and Gordon Phelps
Richard and Joanne Pohlman
Pro Ink Corp.
Ms. Vera Rabino
Marion and Ellyn Radson
Pierre and Lillian Ramond
Kerstin Rao and Murali Rao
Judy and Joe Richardson
The Rickman Partnership, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. John J. Ross
Bill and Deborah Rossi
Arthur and Phyllis Saarinen
Sam Saxon and Cecile Sands
Ray Schackow and Melanie Shore
Schackow
Drs. David S. and Mary Peoples Sheps
Rob and Joy Sherman
Kenny and Jen Shore
Paul Sindelar and Alyson Adams
Sarah Singleton
John Sober and Marsha Weiser
Ganga L. and Titte R. Srinivas
Jason Steuber
Jay Swindell
Dr. and Mrs. James L. Talbert
Rachel Tench
Ray G. and Kathleen D. Thomas
Mary A. Furman and Charles B. Thorn
Janet B. Tucci
John and Tracey Valentine
Ms. Terry Van Nortwick
Theresa and William Vernetson
Barry and Abby Wagner
Alina and Zev Waj sman
Carl and Brenda K. Walls
Dr. John S. Waters and Mrs. Michele
Waters
Peggy Waters
Shirley and Bart Weitz
Gail Wells and Lane deMontmollin
Allan West and Jane Dominguez
Marta Whipple
Susan White
Barbara Beynon and Charles Williams
Carol Willis and Ralph Bowden
Chuck Woods
Michael C. and Susan B. (d) Wright
Ms. Mary B. Yawn
Norma N. Zabel
Carole and Bill Zegel
Anna G. Zerner

Dual
Marjorie Abrams and Dorie Stein
Barry and Karen Ache
Dwight and Joan Adams
John and Marjorie Alexander


Melanie Barr- Allen and Damon Allen
Charles and June Allen
Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Anderson
David S. Anthony and Joan Griffin
Anthony
James and Karen Archer
Bev and Vicky Asbury
James D. Austin and Mary Vallianatos
Michael and Joy Avery
Richard and Shirley Barkin
Dr. Rodney J. and Beverly E Bartlett
Anita and Mark Battiste
Hope Benefield
Jerry and Ulla Benny
Marilyn Beste
Riley and Peggy Blitch
Stan and Charity Blomely
Herbert and Barbara Boothroyd
Marcia and Steven Bourdon
June and Tom Brady
Mr. William H. Burger and Dr. Celia R.
Burger
Anna Calluori Holcombe and Roy Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Calvert
Ms. Leslie L. Campbell
Jim and Ann Cassin
Thomas Caswell and Chad Reed
Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Catalanotto
Jean and David Chalmers
Johanna Cleary and Cindi Miller
Karen and Jonathan Cohen
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Cohen
Donna Cohen and Claude Armstrong
Charna and Stuart Cohn
Dr. and Mrs. S. 0. Colgate
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Covell
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Crago
Marjorie and Ward Crago
Dr. and Mrs. James P. Cuda
Robert and Anne D'Amico
Robert David and Judith McBride
Josephine (d) and Meredith David
Dian R. Deevey
Haig and Gaylynne Der-Houssikian
Gail and Donald Dewsbury
Terri Dolan and Stan Given
Theresa J. Downey
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Dresdner
Roger and Brigitte Dykstra
Chris Eastman
Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards
Ed and Marcia Ellett
John and Edith Ellett
Duane and Joyce Ellifritt
Richard and Ann Elnicki
Phil and Nancy Evans
John and Katherine Ewel
Drs. Fonda Davis and John R. Eyler
Ellen and Erich Farber
E S. Faris
Ms. Julie Fine and Mr. Jacob Hartley
Mary M. Fischer
Amy and Wayne Fisher
Thomas H. and Laurilyn Fortner
Paul and Mary Ellen Funderburk
Adair Garrett
Gloria and Alfred Gary
Ed and Amy Geiser
George and Alison Gerencser
Rudy and Cathy Gertner
Barbara Gibbs
Paul and Christine Gibbs
Dr. and Mrs. Ed Gilman
Stanley H. Given
Mandell and Joyce Glicksberg
Jeanna and Peter Goldberg
Doria Gordon and Dwight DeVane
Jacob Gordon and Barbara McDade-
Gordon
Stephen and Mariou Gottesman
Jayne and Joe Grant
Jim and Sibet Grantham
Jane and Michael Gravois
Mr. and Mrs. Alex E. Green
Fred and Tricia Gregory
Eugene E. and Nancy Grissom
Barry and Becky Guinagh
Ron and Janet Haase
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hadley
Rose and Raphael Haftka


Herb and Judy Hammond
Robert and Mary Ellen Hanrahan
Susan Jacobson and JeffHardesty
Ms. Barbara Harrison
Lonnie and Susan Hartwell
Patricia W Head
William D. and Robbie Hedges
Richard and Sari Heipp
Dr. and Mrs. Clark Hodge
M. Suzanne Brown and Jeremy G. Hole
Stephen Bernstein and Carolyn Holmes
Bernstein
Nora L. Hoover and Amor Villar
Richard and April Horner
Carolyn Horter
Michelle Houdek and Alejandra Porter
Mr. and Mrs. E. Alray Howard
Philip and Pat Huguenin
Lila and Stanley Jacobson
Portia Taylor and Curtis Jefferson
Norman K. Jensen
Dr. Nedra K. Johnson
Douglas and Sheila Jones
Clayton and Linda Kallman
Teresa L. Kauf
Sarah Kerslake
Miriam Kimball
Sally Kimberly
Susan K. King
Diana Kirkpatrick and Robert J. Siegel
Dr. Bruce and Daisy Kone
Carl Lacher
Beth and Charles Landrum
Beth Laughner
Alexandra and A.J. Lawson
Dr. and Mrs. Robert LeVeen
David Leverenz and Anne Rutledge
Jerome and Eleanor Levinrad
Len Lewis and Joy Bole
Ms. Ann M. Lindell
Joseph and Roberta Lipsig
Ellen, Alejandro and Andres Lopez
Ralph and Bronia Lowenstein
Mr. and Mrs. James Lowry
Bruce and Jeannette MacFadden
David Harlos and Darcie MacMahon
Richard and Eve MacMaster
R. Layton and Mary Stuart Mank
Mary E. Markowitz
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Martin, Sr.
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Martin
Frank and Charlie Martin
Anne Barclay Morgan and Harper
Mashburn

Fran P. Mauney
Dr. Kerry McArthur
Jackie McCorkle and Marcea Peterson
Helen McCune
Richard and Justina McDonald
Martin and Caryl McKellar
Erika Meinholz
Richard and Dorothy Melker
A.M. and Nancy Merritt
Arnold Mesches and Jill Ciment
David and Rebecca Micha
Robert H. Milbrath
Dr. and Mrs. Michael W Mironack
Beth and Dave Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore
Geoffrey and Ann Moore
Gil and Patricia Murray
Don and Linda Myers
Dr. Vasu Narayanan and Family
Terril and Cathy Nell
David and Jill Nelson
Jack and Pat Nichelson
Mahen and Suranji Nimalendran
Frank and Esther Nordlie
David and Becky O'Brien
Barbara and Herb Oberlander
Jerome Patterson and Phillip W
Cushman, M.D.
Luis Pedreira and John Frachiseur
Dr. and Mrs. Arnold Penland, Jr.
Mary E. Periale
Norman K. Jensen and Larry David
Perkins
Anne Margoluis and Len Peterson
Richard and Marguerite Pettway
Richard Phillips and Glenda Hodges








Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Phipps
David Pokorney and JoLaine Jones
Pokorney
Alejandra Porter
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Postal
Patricia G. Prevatt
Walter and Barbara Probert
Blair and Mary Nell Reeves
Jon and Julia Reiskind
George and Twana Richard
Lauren and Caroline Richardson
Dulce Roman and Timothy Ketterson
Dr. and Mrs. Michael H. Ross
Jeffrey and Harriet Roth
Mr. Paul S. Rothstein
Victoria Rovine and Florence Babb
Victoria Rudd
Roxanne Foster and Peter Runyan
Jeffrey Bennett and Demaretta Rush
Warren and Sylvia Samuels
Alyson Flournoy and John Schaible
Mr. Richard K. Scher and Ms. Aida A.
Hozic
Sydney and Pauline Schochet
Virginia and Donald Schrader
Robert S. and Peggy F Schrieber
Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schwartz
Dr. and Mrs. John Scott
Eric Segal and Melissa Hyde
Graig and Kris Shaak
Tim and Lyn Shanahan
Mr. Alon Sharabi and Dr. Renata
Wajsman
Janos and Clare Shoemyen
Dr. William B. Shreve
David and Carole Silverman
Parker and Natalie Small
Grover and Pat Smart
Carol Murphy and Chris Snodgrass
Kirk Stage and Kate Walker
Sara and Gerald Stein
Lisa Stevens
Kim and David Stringer
Dr. and Mrs. William Summerhill
Robert and Jan Summers
Tom and Carla Summers
Audrey and Jape Taylor
Michael and Julia Thomas
Grant and Susan Thrall
Tila Vilallonga
Fiona McLaughlin and Leonardo Villalon
Stephen and Nancy Vogel
Diane and Peter Voyentzie
Mr. Alon Sharabi and Dr. Renata
Wajsman
William E. Warinner and Janis F Scott
Marta L. Wayne
Wilse B. Webb
Dr. Howard V Weems, Jr. and
Mrs. Camilla B. Weems
Tom and Sue Weller
Captain and Mrs. D. Mason Wells
Pamela A. Schneider and Jonathan F
Wershow
Matthew White and Shelly Felton
David and Carolyn S. Wilken
Sandra Arey and Randall Williams
Mr. Nick Williams
Brent and Naomi Williams
Aubrey and Babette Williams
Mr. Nick Williams
Mr. Edward and Dr. Willa Wolcott
Patricia A. Wolfe
Dr. David Young and Dr. Elizabeth
Adams
Aase and Robert Zori

Individual
Estelle Aden
Mrs. Anita Alemanne
Dr. Amalia Alvarez
Ann B. Baird
Ms. Julie Baker
Barbara A. Barletta
Dr. Mark V Barrow, Sr.
Katherine A. Bergsma
Eloise H. Beynon
Edward G. Blue
Alvin Bobroff
Gertrude M. Bobroff


Margaret Boonstra
Ginger Boucher
Bruce Brashear
Petar A. Breitinger
Dr. Lyle A. Brenner
Barbara Bresemann
Louise S. Brown
Christine A. Brundige
Dorothy Carlisle
Mr. Donald Cavanaugh
Joyce Chandler
Paulette Chaplin
Jonathan Y. Chiang
Maureen A. Clancy
Linda M. Clary
Joan Cohen
Emy Collins
Catherine M. Connell
Sharon Connell
Aileen G. Conner
Huguette Contessa
Willie E. Crawford
Susan S. Crowley
Terry Marie Curtis
Douglas Dankel II
Snead Y. Davis
Jacqueline Davison
Beatrice de la Peine
George A. Dell, Jr.
Donald Denniston
Nora Dimitrov
Grady Drake
Dr. Gabriele H. Dupre
Anna Bryce Edmonson
Ann P Emerson
Angelicia C. Espinosa
Dr. Sheila M. Eyberg
Jean Feingold
Betty Floyd
Carolyne R. Freeman
Regan Garner
Suzanne M. Gauthier
Ruth Gay-Crosier
Geoffrey J. Giles
Judy Goffman
Harvey Goldstein
Ray Gonzalez
Marilyn Gray
David Groisser
Diana Hagan
Bev Handley
Elizabeth Harrer
Kelly Harvey
Catherine T. Henriksen
Jeannine Hogue
Marion W Hylton
Wendy Leigh Inglefield
Ms. Jo Annalee Irving
Tanya Israel
Melissa L. Johnson
Susan C. Johnson
Charles A. Jones
Lorene Junkin
C. M. Kampny
Dr. Janet Karlix
Liza Kephart
Barbara F Kirby
Chip Koval
Pat Murphy Landis
Max R. Langham
Beth Laughner
Karen R. Legato
Jean LeMire
Joanne Lindblad
Anne H. Lisca
Nancy Loeper
Glenda B. Lotow
Jeffrey Weston Lotz
Henry R. Lyons, M.D.
Ms. Colby Lowe
Susan A. Major
Dr. Melody J. Marshall
Mr. Frank Maturo, Jr.
Dr. Kerry McArthur
Justina McDonald
Paul McKinley
Margaret B. Melton
Gene Kay Meurlott
Priscilla F Milliman
Rhonda Morris


Carole R. Neely
John Nemmers
Ms. Caroline P Normann
Lynn R. Norris
Beryl Notelovitz
Kerry Oliver-Smith
Arvid Olson
Dr. Jacqueline Orlando
Gary Paulter
Robert F. Penn
Joan H. Penticoff
Annelies Plaisant
Marley Plomer
Charlotte M. Porter
Robert A. Prather
Jose C. Principe
Bessie R. Proctor
Stacey D. Queller
Meredith Rendall
Kathleen Requesens
Peg Richardson
Harriet Ringel
Celeste Roberge
James Rosengren
Nina Stoyan-Rosenzweig
Malisa Sarntinoranont
Virginia Seacrist
Sun Hyung Shin
Stephen Staal
Ruth L. Steiner
Dot Sterling
Coral Stimac
Sandra J. Strang
Margaret T. Stuebe
Paul V Sullivan, M.D.
Suza Talbot
Mrs. Janice V. Taylor
Ms. Kimberly R. Taylor
William C. Thomas
Alice M. Tyler
Cheryl Valantis/Expressions
Vasanthi Vanniasingham
Amy Vigilante
Grace Wagner
Ann Wehmeyer
Jill Carolyn White
Lois Anne Willits
Judith F Wilson
William Zewadski

Student
Judith C. Angley
Paul R. Avery
Lyle A. Brenner
Jennifer Fourmont
Lesley Gamble
Elsa Kula
Arthur C. Jennings
Michael Leslie
Dr. Lena Ma
Ed Mendel
Nancy Menzel
Jennifer Morgan
Jason E. Neelis
Scott Nygren
Dr. Richard S. Patterson
Terri Regotti
Laura J. Robertson
Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Streib
Ruth Streib
Joe Swails
Eva S. Trowbridge
Michael W Warren

Business and Professional
Friend Members
Executive
Alta Systems, Inc.
Dorn's
Emiliano's
Hector Framing and Gallery
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McIntosh
Wachovia

Leader
Frank Buchanan, UBS
Cox Communications, Inc.
Kha Le-Huu and Partners
Premier Productions
The Priest Huffman Companies
Synthes CMF


Partner
A.G. Klaus Fine Jewelry
Classic Fare Catering
Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, P.A.
-Dr. Bertram J. Hughes
Prange's Florist
Ron Shore -Shore Design
Marvin Slott, D.D.S.


Contributor
Dawn Realty
Fast Forward Associates
Florida Capital Bank of Gainesville
Gainesville Area Chamber of
Commerce
Gosia and Ali
Holbrook Travel
King Insurance Agency
Lutz Realty Group
Quality Cleaners of Gainesville
Rip's Dry Cleaners

Come for Dinner Hosts
Roy Hunt
Peter and Dixie Neilson
Paul and Rebecca Nagy

Come for Dinner Attendees
George and Elizabeth Bedell
Frank and Tia Buchanan
Robert and Maxine Hart
Jiyoung Koo
Nancy Rogers Sever
Frank Buchanan
David and Mary Ann Cofrin
Philip and Phyllis DeLaney
Vicki Santello
Bob and Carolyn Thoburn
Laura and Kenneth Berns
Frank Buchanan
Gilberto de Paz and guest
Wanda and Jorge Ibanez
Linda Y Jackson
Madelyn M. Lockhart
Elizabeth Mann
Bob and Carolyn Thoburn


We also gratefully acknowledge
the many others who wish to
remain anonymous.

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Sergio Vega
American, b. Argentina, 1959
Shanty Nucleus after Derrida
2006, wood grid, filament, photographs
on board
144 x 12 ft. (365.8 x 365.8 cm.)
Museum purchase, gift of John Beck
and Municipal Bond Partners, Joseph
Wittenstein, Managing Partner, by
exchange. Partial gift of
the artist.
2007.13

Janet Fish
American, b. 1938
Pears and Autumn Leaves
1988, etching and aquatint and drypoint
38 1/2 x 29 1/2 in. (97.8 x 74.9 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2007.20.1

Janet Fish
American, b. 1938
Butterfly Wings
1991, screenprint in twelve colors on
Rives BFK paper
38 1/2 x 29 1/2 in. (97.8 x 74.9 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2007.20.2

Janet Fish
American, b. 1938
Tropical Still Life
1992, screenprint in fifteen colors on
Arches 88 paper
36 x42 in. (91.4 x 106.7 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2007.20.3

Salem Mekuria
IMAGinING Tobia
2006, Triptych video installation
Museum purchase, Phillips Art
Acquisition Funds
2007.21

Adamu Tesfaw
Ethiopian, b.1930
St. George
n.d., Paint on canvas
Gift of the artist
2007.22

Gertrude Kisebier
American, 1852 1934
Gertrude O'Malley and Her Son Charles
on the Porch
1900, platinum print
8 1/4 x 5 1/8 in. (21 x13 cm.)
Museum purchase with funds provided
by the David A. Cofrin Art Acquisition
Endowment
2007.23

Jerry Uelsmann
American, b. 1934
Dream Theater
2004, pigment inkjet print [Epson]
6 ft. 6 1/4 in. x 56 1/4 in. (198.8 x 142.9
cm.)
Gift of Jerry N. Uelsmann and Maggie
Taylor
2007.24.1


Jerry Uelsmann
American, b. 1934
The Edge ofSilence
2007, pigment inkjet print [Epson]
6 ft. x 55 1/2 in. (182.9 x 141 cm.)
Gift of Jerry N. Uelsmann and Maggie
Taylor
2007.24.2

Maggie Taylor
American, b. 1961
Girl with a bee dress
2004, pigment inkjet print [Epson]
58x 58 in. (147.3 x 147.3 cm.)
Gift of Jerry N. Uelsmann and Maggie
Taylor
2007.24.3

Maggie Taylor
American, b. 1961
Patient gardener
2007, pigment inkjet print [Epson]
57 3/4 x 58 1/4 in. (146.7 x 148 cm.)
Gift of Jerry N. Uelsmann and Maggie
Taylor
2007.24.4

Ruben Torres Llorca
American, b. Cuba 1957
American Kamikaze
2004, oil, newsprint and mixed media
on canvas
30 x 30 in. (76.2 x 76.2 cm.)
Gift of Kenneth and Vivian Pfeiffer
2007.25

William E. Parker
American, b. 1932
Der wilde Mann Series/1986: The
Temperaments (Fearful I)
1986, gelatin silver print with applied
painting and drawing
51 x 46 in. (129.5 x 116.8 cm.)
Gift of William E., Tim Ann and Nevil
Parker
2007.26

Zandile Ma Ndlovu Dube
South African
Beaded Panel (isebebe with impondweni)
1969, glass beads, metal, plastic
5 1/8 x2 7/8 in. (13.2 x5 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.1

Kangezile MaMajoli Ndlovu
Zulu, South African
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Before 1968, glass beads
6 1/2 x 3 3/4 in. (16.7 x 9.6 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.2

Kangezile MaMajoli Ndlovu
Zulu, South African
Beaded Panel Necklace (ithemba)
Before 1968, glass beads
5 x 1 in. (12.5 x2.7 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.3


Kangezile MaMajoli Ndlovu
Zulu, South African
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Before 1968, glass beads
11 1/4x6 1/2 x 3/8 in.
(28.6 x 16.5 x 1 cm.)
2007.27.4

Kangezile MaMajoli Ndlovu
Zulu, South African
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Before 1968, glass beads
6x4 1/2 in. (15.6x 11.5 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.5

Kangezile MaMajoli Ndlovu
Zulu, South African
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Before 1968, glass beads
6 1/2 x1 3/4 in. (16.5 x4.5 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.6

Kangezile MaMajoli Ndlovu
Zulu, South African
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Before 1968, glass beads
5 7/8 x 2 1/2 in. (14.8 x 6.4 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.7

Zulu people
South Africa
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
Before 1968, glass beads
12 3/4 x 6 x 3/8 in. (32.4 x 15.2 x 1 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.8

Zulu people
Nkandla, South Africa
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
1960s, glass beads
13 1/2 x5 7/8x 3/8 in.
(34.3 x 14.9 x 1 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.9

Zulu People
South Africa
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe)
1970s, glass beads
4 3/8 x 1 3/4 x 20 1/2 in.
(11.2 x 4.6 x52.3 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.10

Zandile MaNdlovu Dube
South African
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
1969, glass beads, metal (brass)
6 3/4 x1 15/ 16 in. (17.2 x 5 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.11


2007.27.14


Zandile MaNdlovu Dube
South African
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
1969, glass beads
5 1/4 x 3/4 in. (13.4 x 4.8 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General Program
Endowment Funds
2007.27.12

Nomhawu
Ma Mzimela Ndelo
South African
Melmoth, South Africa
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
1969, glass beads
11 x 6 7/8 x 3/8 in. (27.9 x 17.5 x 1 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General Program
Endowment Funds
2007.27.13

Zandile MaNdlovu Dube
South African
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
1969, glass beads
6x 2 3/8 in. (15.1x 6 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General Program
Endowment Funds
2007.27.14

Zandile MaNdlovu Dube
South African
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
1969, glass beads, metal
5 1/4 x1 7/8 in. (13.2 x4.9 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General Program
Endowment Funds
2007.27.15








Zulu People
South Africa
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
n.d., glass and plastic beads
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.16

Zandile Ma Ndlovu Dube
South African
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
1969, glass beads
4 7/8 x2 in. (12.5 x 5.2 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.17

Bangeleni (MaMkize) Hlongwa, e
Mamulu Chief Cele
South African
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
1940s, glass beads
4 3/8 x 3/8 in. (11.1 x 3.7 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.18

Zulu people
South Africa
Mans Back Tie (ulimi, uthaye, isishunka)
1950, glass beads
34 1/8 x 3 3/4 x 1/8 in.
(86.7 x 9.5 x.3 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.19

Zulu People
eMambulo River, South Africa
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
itwista)
1960s, glass beads, nylon thread and
plastic beads
10 1/4 x4 x 1/4 in. (26 x 10.2 x.6 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.20

Zulu People
Mambulo Emabomvini, South Africa
Beaded Panel Necklace (isebebe with
impondweni)
1960s, glass beads
12 3/4 x 5 1/4 x 3/8 in.
(32.4 x 13.3 x 1cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.21

Zulu people
South Africa
Beaded Panel Necklace with Female Figure
(isebebe with impondweni)
n.d., glass beads
11 1/4x4 1/2 x 3/8 in.
(28.6 x 11.4 x 1 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.22

Zulu People
Mambulo Emabomvini, South Africa
Beaded Panel Pin (isipheleti)
1960s, glass beads, metal
4 3/4 x1 7/16 in. (12 x 3.6 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.23

Richard Ndimande
South African
Portraits of Zulu Women
1990 -1994, chromogenic development
prints
3 1/2 x5 in. (8.9x 12.7 cm.)
Museum Purchase with Harn General
Program Endowment Funds
2007.27.24 -2007.27.32


Jason Middlebrook
American, b. 1966
Have Nots
2006, mixed media on paper
5 ft. 1/2 in. x 5 ft. 9 in. (153.7 x 175.3 cm.)
Gift of Robert and Nancy Magoon in
Honor of Sam and Bessie Proctor
2007.28

Marc Chagall
Russian, 1887 1985
Vence: Cite des arts et des fleurs, fetes de
paques
1954, colored ink on paper
28 x 19 in. (71.1 x48.3 cm.)
Gift of H.J. Roberts, M.D., and the
Honorable Carol A. Roberts
2007.29

Yoruba people
Nigeria
Cloth with Olokun, Goddess of the Sea
Motif
1973, imported cotton cloth, indigo dye
with starch resist
6 ft. 4 1/2 in. x 5 ft. 10 1/2 in.
(194.3 x 179.1 cm.)
Gift of Dr. Robin Poynor
2007.30.1

Elizabeth Aderogba
Weavers Sampler Cloth
1973, cotton, rayon
18 1/2 in. x 6 ft. 2 1/4 in. (47 x 188.6 cm.)
Gift of Dr. Robin Poynor
2007.30.2

Hausa people
Nigeria
Handwoven Cloth
1973, cotton cloth, indigo and kola dyes
50 1/2 in. x 6 ft. 4 1/2 in.
(128.3 x 194.3 cm.)
Gift of Dr. Robin Poynor
2007.30.3

Nupe people
Nigeria
Wedding Cloth
1973, cotton cloth, rayon
5 ft. 2 in. x 6 ft. 5 in. (157.5 x 195.6 cm.)
Gift of Dr. Robin Poynor
2007.30.4

Southern Sotho
Lesotho
Beaded Doll
Late 19th -early 20th century, beads,
wood, fabric, cloth
10 1/4 x 4 in. (26x 10.2 cm.)
Gift of Dr. Robin Poynor
2007.30.5

Tamrat Gezahegne
Ethiopian, b. 1977
Untitled
2005, paint and India ink on cardboard
7 ft. 8 3/4 in. x 7 ft. 8 7/8 in. x 3 7/8 in.
(235.6 x 235.9 x 9.8 cm.)
Gift of Anonymous Donor
2007.31

Tesfahun Kibru
Ethiopian, b. 1978
Surface
2004, mixed media assemblage on board
5 ft. 3 3/4 in. x 35 1/4 in. x 3 1/2 in.
(161.9 x 89.5 x 8.9 cm.)
Gift of Anonymous Donor
2007.32.1

Tesfahun Kibru
Ethiopian, b. 1978
Skin Matters
2004, leather and rubber on wood
stretcher
57 1/2 x 30 7/8 x2 in.
(146.1 x 78.4 x 5.1 cm.)
Gift of Anonymous Donor
2007.32.2


Gifford Beal
American, 1879 -1956
Central Park Zoo
n.d., watercolor over ink and pencil on
paper
10 3/4 x 13 3/8 in. (27.3 x 34 cm.)
Gift of Larry and Marita Jacobs
2007.33.1

Hans Hofmann
American, born in Germany, 1880 1966
Untitled
c. 1946, oil on paper
20 1/8 x25 in. (51.1 x63.5 cm.)
Gift of Larry and Marita Jacobs
2007.33.2

Gifford Beal
American, 1867 1951
St. Helena, Shore Road
1931, watercolor over pencil on paper
15 x 21in. (38.1x 53.3 cm.)
Gift of John and Linda Mendell
2007.34

Otagaki Rengetsu
Japanese, 1791 -1875
Hanging Basket
1870, ceramic
11x 9 1/4 in. (27.9 x23.5 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by the
Kathleen M. Axline Endowment
2007.35

Esphyr Slobodkina
American, b. Russia 1908 -2002
Mural Sketch #1
1937, oil on gessoed masonite
9 1/2 x 22 1/2 in. (24.1 x 57.2 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by the
Caroline Julier and James G. Richardson
Art Acquisition Fund
2007.36

Mrs. Olawalu
Owo, Yoruba
Olifon
1973, cotton
18 5/8 in. x 6 ft. 10 in. (47.3 x 208.3 cm.)
Gift of Robin Poynor
2007.37

Karl-Heinz Hansen-Bahia
German/Brazilian, 1915 -1978
Soli Durer Gloria (1471 1971): Homage
to Albrecht Durer
1971, portfolio of 9 prints
17x 13 1/2 in. (43.2 x 34.3 cm.)
Gift of Joe and Randy Switt in Honor of
Frances Switt
2007.38.1

Karl-Heinz Hansen-Bahia
German/Brazilian, 1915 -1978
Tribute to Roman Erotica IV
1968, portfolio of 17 prints and 4 artist
proofs
15 x 12 in. (38.1 x 30.5 cm.)
Gift of Joe and Randy Switt in Honor of
Frances Switt
2007.38.2


Niki de Saint Phalle
French, 1930 2002
Dear Diana
1969, color serigraph
22 x 30 in. (55.9 x 76.2 cm.)
Gift of Joe and Randy Switt in Honor of
Frances Switt
2007.38.3

Ruth Bernhard
American, born in Germany, 1905 2006
In the Box -Horizontal
1992, gelatin silver print
24x 18 in. (61 x45.7 cm.)
Gift of the Ruth Bernhard Trust
2008.1

Orange Blossom Special
Portfolio of University of Florida students
and faculty
1979
Incomplete portfolio of 12 prints,
each 16 x 20 in. (40.6 x 50.8 cm) print,
board or mat size
Elizabeth R. Bryant
Richard Steinmetz
Larry Travis
Todd Walker
Daniel Chauche
Jack Dettman
Robert Fichter
Fern Helfand
Steven Blaine Jackson
Robert Roczka
Patricia Sample
Ben Simmons
Gift of Evon Streetman
2008.11.1.1 to 2008.11.1.12

Souvenir ofFlorida
Portfolio of Florida State University
faculty and students
1978
Incomplete portfolio of 17 prints
each 16 x 20 in. (40.6 x 50.8 cm), board,
paper or mat size
Stephen Berens
Masumi Keesey
Michael Levine
Virgil Mirano
Timo Pajunen
Victor Schrager
Evon Streetman
Melanie Walker
Kurt Westfall
David Yager
Robert Cuozzi
Steve Danko
Ben Davis
Fred Endsley
Robert Fichter
Bruce Frank
Conrad Gieber
James Henkle
Gift of Evon Streetman
2008.11.2.1 2008.11.2.18

Hoitsu
Japanese, 1761 -1828
FlyingBat with Full Moon andAutumn
Grasses
Edo Period, 19th century, ink on paper
40 1/2 x 16 in. (102.9 x40.6 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
the Kathleen M. Axline Acquisition
Endowment
2008.13.1


2007.36








China
Scholar's Stone (suiseki)
19th century, Edo period, stone
14 x 8 x 8 in. (35.6 x 20.3 x 20.3 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
the Kathleen M. Axline Acquisition
Endowment
2008.13.2

China
Scholar's Stone Painting
1852, ink on silk
21 1/4 x 18 3/4 in. (54 x47.6 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
the Kathleen M. Axline Acquisition
Endowment
2008.13.3
Otagaki Rengetsu
Japanese, 1791 -1875
Museum purchase, funds provided by
the Kathleen M. Axline Acquisition
Endowment

Sweets Bowl (Kashiki)
19th century, glazed ceramic
2 15/16x 11 5/16x5 116 in.
(7.5 x 28.8 x 12.8 cm.)
2008.14.1

Dish
19th century, glazed ceramic
1 3/8x4 15/16x4 15/16 in.
(3.5 x 12.5 x 12.5 cm.)
2008.14.2

Sencha Set (tea set)
19th century, glazed ceramic
Side-handled teapot: 2 5/16 x4 5/16 x4
in. (5.9x 11 x 10.2 cm.)
Water cooler: 1 9/16 x 3 1/8 x 2 15/16 in.
(4 x8 x7.5 cm.)
Cups: 15/8 x 2 9/16 x 2 3/16 in. (4.2 x 6.5
x 5.5 cm.)
2008.14.3

Wooden Serving Plates
19th century, ink and color on wood
5 5/16 x 6 9/16x 1/4 in.
(13.5 x 16.6 x 0.6 cm.)
2008.14.4

Used Water Container (Kensui)
19th century, glazed ceramic
2 x4 3/8x4 15/16 in.
(5.1 x 11.1x 12.5 cm.)
2008.14.5

Lightning Bugs Amidst Grasses
19th century, ink-and-color on paper
hanging scroll (Kakemono)
49 15/16 x 11 1/8 in. (126.8 x 28.3 cm.)
2008.14.6

Water Kettle and Brazier (Furogama)
19th century, glazed ceramic
12 1/16 x 9 15/16 x 9 3/8 in. (30.6 x 25.2
x 23.8 cm.)
2008.14.7

Rockwell Kent
American, 1882 1971
Ireland Reef
1926, oil on panel
24 x 30 in. (61x 76.2 cm.)
Gift from the Stephen and Carol Shey
Collection
2008.15

Yun Yong-gu
Korean, 1852 1939
Orchids and Rocks
Late 19th century-early 20th century,
hanging scroll, ink on paper, mounted on
silk brocade
49 1/2 x 12 1/4 in. (125.7 x 31.1 cm.)
Gift of the Kang Collection Korean Art,
New York
2008.16


China
Taihu Scholar Rock: Birds FlockingAmong
Incense Clouds
Late 19th century, Taihu rock with
custom wood stand
Height with stand: 38 in. (96.5 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2008.17

Ren Xun
Chinese, 1835 1893
The Lute (Pipaji)
19th century (Qing dynasty), gold-leafed
paper
10 x 21 1/2 in. (25.4 x 54.6 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2008.18.1

Japan
Scholar's Rock
19th century, Edo period, rock with
wood mount
Including base: 6 3/4 x4 x 3 1/2 in.
(17.1 x 10.2 x 8.9 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2008.18.2

Wu Tingkang
Chinese, 1799 1887
Riches, Honor and Peace
1878, ink on paper
53 7/8 x 27 1/4 in. (136.8 x 69.2 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2008.19.1

Japan
Kyoyaki Jar with Floral Design
19th century, Edo period, ceramic
5 1/4 x 8 in. (13.3 x 20.3 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2008.19.2

Dianora Niccolini
American, b. Italy 1931
Gift of the artist

Untitled, [black man, back close]
1999, gelatin silver print
8 5/8 x 13 3/8 in. (21.9 x 34 cm.)
2008.2.1

Weegee Germain Photo Class [Weegee
with model]
Early 1960s, gelatin silver print
10x 12 3/4 in. (25.4 x 32.4 cm.)
2008.2.10

Weegee [with man in striped shirt]
Early 1960s, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.2.11

Wash. Sq. Park NYC, NY
Early 1960s, gelatin silver print
10x 13 in. (25.4 x 33 cm.)
2008.2.12

Cornell Capa and Lisette Model
1960s, gelatin silver print
9 x 12 in. (22.9 x 30.5 cm.)
2008.2.13
Untitled, [chest, close]
1975, gelatin silver print
10x 12 3/4 in. (25.4 x 32.4
cm.)
2008.2.14

Untitled, [black man, back
distant]
1999, gelatin silver print
12 3/4x 10 in. (32.4 x 25.4
cm.)
2008.2.2


Untitled, [black man, side] Andy Warhol
1999, gelatin silver print American, 1928 -1987
12 1/2 x 9 1/4 in. (31.8 x 23.5 cm.) Gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for
2008.2.3 the Visual Arts

Dieter, Chest [left shoulder] Evelyn Kuhn
2001, gelatin silver print 1977, dye diffusion transfer print,
13 x9 in. (33 x 22.9 cm.) Polacolor Type 108
2008.2.4 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.1
Untitled [torso (2x)ist]
n.d., gelatin silver print Giuliana Benetton
12 3/8 x 8 7/8 in. (31.4 x 22.5 cm.) 1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
2008.2.5 Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
Wet [swimmer, close from side] 2008.28.2
1982, gelatin silver print
9 5/8 x 13 in. (24.4 x 33 cm.) Giuliana Benetton
2008.2.6 1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
Untitled [swimmer, arms down] 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
1982, gelatin silver print 2008.28.3
12 5/8 x 8 5/8 in. (32.1 x 21.9 cm.)
2008.2.7 Giuliana Benetton
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Leaping Kenny [swimmer, emerging, Polacolor Type 108
close, arms up] 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
1982, gelatin silver print 2008.28.4
12 3/4 x9 1/4 in. (32.4 x 23.5 cm.)
2008.2.8 Giuliana Benetton
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Weegee [drinking beer] Polacolor Type 108
1964, gelatin silver print 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
10 x 8 in. (25.4 x 20.3 cm.) 2008.28.5
2008.2.9
Giuliana Benetton
Korea 1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Gilt Wood Seated Bodhisattva Polacolor Type 108
Choson Dynasty (1392-1910), 17th 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
century, wood with gilt, plus original 2008.28.6
sutra pages found within body cavity of
sculpture Giuliana Benetton
25 1/2 x 17 1/4 in. (64.8 x43.8 cm.) 1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Museum purchase, Gift of Michael and Polacolor Type 108
Donna Singer 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.20 2008.28.7

Japan Giuliana Benetton
Gilt Wood Bodhisattva 1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
17th century, gilt wood Polacolor Type 108
43 x 18 in. (109.2 x 45.7 cm.) 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided 2008.28.8
by friends of the Harn Museum and Giuliana Benetton
the Kathleen M. Axline Acquisition 1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Endowment Polacolor Type 108
2008.21 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.9
Los Carpinteros
Dagoberto Rodriguez Sanchez, Cuban, Giuliana Benetton
b. 1969 1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Marco Castillo Valdez, Cuban, b. 1971 Polacolor Type 108
Complejo Marti 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2007, watercolor on paper 2008.28.10
8 ft. 2 1/2 in. x 13 ft. 9 3/8 in.
(250.2 x 420.1 cm.) Giuliana Benetton
Museum purchase, funds provided by 1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
the David A. Cofrin Art Acquisition Polacolor Type 108
Endowment 3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.22 2008.28.11





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Andy Warhol
American, 1928 -1987
Gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for
the Visual Arts

Giuliana Benetton
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.12

Candy Spelling
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.13

Dorothy Blau
1982-1983, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.14

Dorothy Blau
1982-1983, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.15

Dorothy Blau
1982-1983, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.16

Dorothy Blau
1982-1983, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.17

Dorothy Blau
1982-1983, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.18

Dorothy Blau
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.19

Dorothy Blau
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.20

Linda Oxenberg
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.21

Linda Oxenberg
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.22


Linda Oxenberg
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.23

Linda Oxenberg
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.24

Linda Oxenberg
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.25

Linda Oxenberg
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.26

Linda Oxenberg
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.27

Carly Simon
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.28

Marilyn Karp
After August 1974, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.29

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.30

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.31

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.32

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4x 2 7/8 in. (9.5x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.33

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.34

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.35

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.36

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.37


Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.38

Mrs. Copley
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.39

Unidentified Woman #145
1975, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.40

Unidentified Woman #145
1975, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.41

Unidentified Woman #145
1975, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.42

Unidentified Woman #145
1975, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.43

Unidentified Woman #145
1975, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.44

Unidentified Woman #145
1975, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.45

Unidentified Woman #145
1975, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.46

Kerstin Lilja
1979, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.47

Kerstin Lilja
1979, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.48

Kerstin Lilja
1979, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.49

Kerstin Lilja
1979, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.50

Unidentified Woman (Curly Bangs)
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.51

Unidentified Woman (Curly Bangs)
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.52
Unidentified Woman (Curly Bangs)
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.53

Unidentified Woman (Curly Bangs)
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.54


Unidentified Woman (Curly Bangs)
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.55

Unidentified Woman (Curly Bangs)
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.56

Unidentified Woman (Curly Bangs)
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.57

Ladies and Gentlemen (Broadway)
1974, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.58

Pele
1977, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.59

Donald Baechler
1986, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.60

Sid Bass
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.61

Sid Bass
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.62

Sid Bass
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.63

Sid Bass
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.64

Sid Bass
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.65

Sid Bass
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.66

Sid Bass
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.67

Sid Bass
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.68

Sean McKeon
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.69








(continued from previous page)
Andy Warhol
American, 1928 -1987
Gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for
the Visual Arts

Pauli Schenker
1972, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.70

Unidentified Man (Thin Lips, Sideburns)
1974, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.71

Unidentified Man (Thin Lips, Sideburns)
1974, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.72

Unidentified Man (Thin Lips, Sideburns)
1974, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.73

Unidentified Man (Thin Lips, Sideburns)
1974, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.74

Unidentified Man (Thin Lips, Sideburns)
1974, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.75

Unidentified Man (Thin Lips, Sideburns)
1974, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.76

Unidentified Man (Thin Lips, Sideburns)
1974, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.77

Guglielmo Achille Cavellini
1974, Pdye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.78

Pauli Schenker
1972, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.79

Pauli Schenker
1972, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.80


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Pauli Schenker
1972, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.81

Pauli Schenker
1972, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.82

Pauli Schenker
1972, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.83

John and Lorraine Chamberlain
1978, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.84

Vater and Tochter Schwarzenbach
1982, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.85

Unidentified Couple
1979, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.86

Stephanie Blau
1981, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.87

Chia, Son
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.88

Chia, Son
1985, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.89

Bill and Cassidy Heydt
1977, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.90

Bill and Cassidy Heydt
1977, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.91

Gabrielle Navarras Son
1978, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x 2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.92


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2008.28.106


Berkely Rheinhold
1974, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.93

Knife
1981, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.94

Howdy Doody
1980, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.95

Candy Box
1981, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.97

Candy Box
1981, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x 7.3 cm.)
2008.28.98

Nude Model (Victor Hugo)
1977, Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.99

Nude Model (Male)
1977, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.100

Nude Model (Male)
1977, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.101

Nude Model (Male)
1977, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.104

Nude Model (Male)
1977, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
3 3/4 x2 7/8 in. (9.5 x7.3 cm.)
2008.28.105

Carly Simon
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.106

Carly Simon
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.107

Unidentified Woman
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.108

Alexander Godunov
1985, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.109

Jon Gould
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.110
Jon Gould
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.111

Jon Gould
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.112


Jon Oates
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.113

Ozzy Osbourne
1986, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.114

Unidentified Man
n.d., gelatin silver print
8x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.115

Unidentified Man
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.116

Unidentified Man
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.117

Unidentified Man
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.118

Fred Hughes
November 1981, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.119

Fred Hughes
November 1981, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.120

Victor Hugo
1984, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.121

Victor Hugo and Unidentified Man
n.d., gelatin silver print
8x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.122

Victor Hugo and Christopher Makos
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.123

Unidentified Men
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.124

Unidentified Men
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.125

Unidentified Men
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.126

Unidentified Men
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.127

Unidentified Men
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.128

Unidentified Men
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.129

Ricard, Rene and Marcus Leatherdale
1982, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.130








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Andy Warhol
American, 1928 -1987
Gift of the Andy Warhol Foundation for
the Visual Arts

Ricard, Rene and Marcus Leatherdale
1982, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.131

Jon Gould and Unidentified Man
1982, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.132

Unidentified Man and Woman
1984, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.133

Children
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.134

Bianca Jagger, John Samuels IV and
Unidentified Man
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.135

Earl McGrath, Unidentified Man and
Unidentified Woman
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.136

Sylvia Miles, Unidentified Woman and
Unidentified Man
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.137

Rene Ricard, Kenny Scharf Jacqueline
Schnabel
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.138

Rene Ricard and Jacqueline Schnabel
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.139

Franco Rossellini and Unidentified Men
and Women
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.140

Still-Life
n.d., gelatin silver print
5 x8 1/8 in. (12.7 x 20.6 cm.)
2008.28.141

Still-Life
n.d., gelatin silver print
5 x8 1/8 in. (12.7 x 20.6 cm.)
2008.28.142

Dog
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.143

Dog
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.144

Unidentified Model
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.145

Barbara Allen
April 23, 1982, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x 25.4 cm.)
2008.28.146


Skyline
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.147

Rooftop
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.148

Hot Dog Stand
n.d., gelatin silver print
x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.149

Landscape
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.150

Flea Market
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.151

People on the Street
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.152

Union Square
August 31, 1980, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.153

Montauk Beach
1982, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.154

Richard Weisman and Unidentified People
1981, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.155

Richard Weisman and Unidentified Jockey
1981, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.156

Wedding
1980, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.157

Interior ofa Car in Colorado
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.158

Office Interior
1984, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.159

Chair
n.d., gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.28.160

Korea
Eight-Panel Munjado-Chaekkeori
Screen with Eight Cardinal Principles of
Confucian Morality
Choson Dynasty, 19th century, folding
screen, ink and color on paper
5 ft. 6 in. x 11 ft. 6 in. (167.6 x 350.5 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by the
Kathleen M. Axline Endowment
2008.3

Chris Marker
French, b. 1921
Museum purchase, gift of the Caroline P
and Charles W Ireland Foundation

Gay-Lussac Nite (Paris, May 1968)
Printed in 2007, ink-jet print mounted on
aluminum
Edition 3 of 3
11x 13 7/8 in. (27.9 x 35.2 cm.)
2008.4.1


March 7 (Pentagon, 1967)
Printed in 2007, ink-jet print mounted on
aluminum
Edition 1 of 3
10 3/8 x 13 7/8 in. (26.4 x 35.2 cm.)
2008.4.2

Demo 18 (Paris, 2006)
Printed in 2007, ink-jet print mounted on
aluminum
9 3/16 x 13 7/8 in. (23.4 x 35.2 cm.)
2008.4.3

March 4 (Pentagon, 1967)
Printed in 2007, ink-jet print mounted on
aluminum
Edition 2 of 3
10x 13 7/8 in. (25.4 x 35.2 cm.)
2008.4.4

Werner Drewes
American, born Germany, 1899-1985
Progression to the Left
1985, oil on canvas
30 x 42 in. (76.2 x 106.7 cm.)
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W Drewes
2008.5

Jacob Lawrence
American, 1917 2000
Windows
1977, lithograph on rives BFK paper
17 3/4x 22 in. (45.1x 55.9 cm.)
Gift of DC Moore Gallery in honor of
Stephen and Carol Shey
2008.6

Sheng Maoye
Chinese, c. 1580 c. 1640
Boating at the Red Cliff
1638, fan painting, ink on gold-surfaced
paper
6 1/4 x 19 1/8 in. (15.9 x 48.6 cm.)
Museum purchase, funds provided by
friends of the Harn Museum
2008.7

Hausa people
Nigeria
Man's robe (riga or girkefari)
Early 20th century, cotton, silk
8 ft. x 5 ft. (243.8 x 152.4 cm.)
Museum purchase, Phillips Art
Acquisition Funds
2008.8

Robert Fichter
American, b. 1939
Gift of Robert and Nancy Fichter
These prints are given in honor of my
University of Florida teachers: Ken
Kerslake, Jerry Uelsmann and Jack
Nichelson without whose support
and encouragement I would not have
continued to make pictures.

Lassie Puzzle Piece
1979-80, silver-dye bleach print
[Cibachrome], Freidus Edition
26 1/4 x 32 3/4 in. (66.7 x 83.2 cm.)
Gift of Robert and Nancy Fichter
2008.9.1

Hummer
1978, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
24 x 20 1/2 in. (61 x 52.1 cm.)
2008.9.10

Night Crown Heron, Turtles, Flash!
Photography
1978, dye diffusion transfer print,
Polacolor Type 108
24x 20 1/2 in. (61 x 52.1 cm.)
2008.9.11

Baby Gene Pool' First Photograph
1980s, lithograph with albumen print
insert,Vari Press print
29 x 41 in. (73.7 x 104.1 cm.)
2008.9.12


Bones Sez to Baby Gene Pool "It's Just Like
Life Flashing Before Your Eyes"
1982, lithograph with offset
photolithography, Print Research Facility,
School of Art, Arizona State University
22 1/4 x 30 in. (56.5 x 76.2 cm.)
2008.9.13

Bones Dancing in the Dark
1987, lithograph, Tamarind Institute print
23 1/2 x 28 in. (59.7 x71.1 cm.)
2008.9.14

An-A-Comical Theatre Tempe
n.d., etching, white ink on black paper,
Vari Press edition print University of
Arizona, Tempe, Arizona
24x 19 in. (61 x48.3 cm.)
2008.9.15

Mutant Magic #1: Baby Gene Pool Takes
the Stage
1984, lithograph, Graphic Studio Press,
University of South Florida
31 1/2 x 22 3/4 in. (80 x 57.8 cm.)
2008.9.16

Figure with Gator
n.d., aquatint etching
12 1/2 x 9 3/4 in. (31.8 x 24.8 cm.)
2008.9.17

At Ariadne's Place
1980, lithograph
17 x 20 in. (43.2 x 50.8 cm.)
2008.9.18

Standard Still Life
1979-80, silver-dye bleach print
[Cibachrome], Freidus Edition
33 3/4 x 28 in. (85.7 x 71.1 cm.)
2008.9.2

Two Photographers in the Manner of Jerry
Uelsmann
1976, printed 1970s, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.9.3

Choreography by Jerry Uelsmann
1976, printed 1970s, gelatin silver print
8 x 10 in. (20.3 x25.4 cm.)
2008.9.4

Untitled from the series One Hundred
Florida Landscapes
1982-89, gelatin silver print
13 x 17 in. (33 x43.2 cm.)
2008.9.5

Untitled, from the series One Hundred
Florida Landscapes
1982-89, gelatin silver print
13 x 17 in. (33 x43.2 cm.)
2008.9.6

Untitled, from the series One Hundred
Florida Landscapes
1982-89, gelatin silver print
13 x 17 in. (33 x43.2 cm.)
2008.9.7

Untitled, from the series One Hundred
Florida Landscapes
1982-89, gelatin silver print
13 x 17 in. (33 x43.2 cm.)
2008.9.8

Margi in the Dunes
1968, Cyanotype print
15 x 20 in. (38.1 x 50.8 cm.)
2008.9.9









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