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Saturday Night / Sunday Times

Description: This black and white ink wash depicts a man paying for his New York Times at a newstand. The foreground contains stacks of newspapers and the background appears dark with some hanging lights and silhouettes of more people.
Date: 1998
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Item Type: Artwork

My Parents at Coney Island

Description: This watercolor painting on paper depicts two people, parents, standing at a food stand at Coney Island.
Date: 1990
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Item Type: Artwork

Movie Theatre Nocturne

Description: This watercolor painting on paper depicts a cashier in his booth at the movie theater.
Date: 1998
Creator: Ferguson, Max, 1959-
Item Type: Artwork

Thank You Tree, Edgemar

Description: This decorative tree is assembled from metal shopping carts and large Christmas tree ornaments. It is about forty feet tall and is an annual tradition which began in 1996. The piece is presented in the Edgemar Complex, Santa Monica, California, courtyard during the Christmas season.
Date: 1996/2007
Creator: Schmitt, Anthony
Item Type: Artwork

Vancouver Library Square

Description: The view includes both the entry area of the main building as well as a portion of the freestanding elliptical wall.
Date: 1992/1995
Creator: Safdie, Moshe
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Vancouver Library Square

Description: The summit of the freestanding wall is shown. The simple, unadorned engaged columns and square insets are shown.
Date: 1992/1995
Creator: Safdie, Moshe
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Vancouver Library Square

Description: The view shows the inner side of the free standing elliptical wall as well as a sliver of the facade of the main library building.
Date: 1992/1995
Creator: Safdie, Moshe
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Alameda Bridge

Description: The view shows both the automobile and the pedestrian paths. The view is looking south.
Date: 1991/1995
Creator: Calatrava, Santiago