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Kwaku Bempha (Asante artist) and unidentified blacksmith
Active early 20th century, Ghana
Double bell (dawuro, nnawuta) c. 1920
Fowler Museum at UCLA, X87.1312
Burns, Miss Lucy, of C.U.W.S. in Jail WS109 Harris & Ewing Studio (active 1905 -1977) 1917
Tranceflora, 2015–19; Sputniko! (Hiromi Ozaki) (Japanese, b. 1985) and Masaya Kushino (Japanese, b. 1982), Another Farm (Tokyo, Japan), in collaboration with National Agricultural and Research Organization (NARO) (Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, founded 2006) and Hosoo (Kyoto, Japan, founded 1688); Glowing transgenic silk; Photo by So Morimoto
Earring Aid, Bedazzled, 2014. Designed by Elana Langer. Swarovski crystals, e6000 glue, hearing aid. Gift of Elana Langer. Photo: © Hanna Agar.
COPYRIGHT:© Hanna Agar
Credit: Palm Springs train station, 1939. Photographer unknown. Courtesy Palm Springs Historical Society.
Credit: Museum Environments/Branded Environments
T. C. Cannon (1946–1978, Caddo/Kiowa), Two Guns Arikara, 1974–77. Acrylic and oil on canvas. Anne Aberbach and Family, Paradise Valley, Arizona. Copyright 2018 Estate of T. C. Cannon. The exhibition “T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America,” organized by the Peabody Essex Museum, runs April 6 to Sept. 16, 2019, at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in New York City. Photo by Thosh Collins.
Credit: “Mother III” by Yun Suknam, acrylic on wood, 2018. Courtesy Hakgojae Gallery, Seoul. Photo by Yun Suknam.
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