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  • X2005.16.2 Glass Painting

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    Glass Painting
    Artist: Mor-Gueye
    Dakar, Senegal
    Wolof peoples
    Glass, paint, cardboard, tape, string
    2005
    H: 48.0 cm, W: 22.5 cm, D: .6 cm (H: 18.9 in, W: 8.8 in, D: .23 in)
    Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum Purchase. X2005.16.2

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  • X2005.3.1 Danbalah la Flambeau (Danbala Flambeau)

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    Object Name: Danbalah la Flambeau (Danbala Flambeau)

    Artist: Edouard Duval-Carrié (b.1954, Haiti; lives and works in Miami Beach, Florida, United States)

    Place of Origin: Haiti

    Date/Era: 2000

    Dimensions: H: 176.4 cm, W: 263.0 cm, D: 10.5 cm (H: 69.4 in, W: 103.5 in, D: 4.1 in)

    Medium/Materials: Mixed media on canvas in artist’s frame

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X2005.3.1

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  • X2006.3.1 Things on the Wall

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    Object Name: Things on the Wall

    Artist: Viyé Diba (b. 1954)

    Place of Origin: Senegal

    Date/Era: 1996 – 1997

    Dimensions: 323 x 226 cm

    Medium/Materials: Cotton cloth, wood, cotton rope, metal, paint, sand, adhesive, acrylic paint, plant matter

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X2006.3.1a

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  • X2007.12.3 Altitude, from the Elevation Series

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    Object Name: Altitude, from the Elevation Series

    Artist: Moussa Tine (b. 1953)

    Place of Origin: Senegal

    Date/Era: 2001

    Dimensions: 100.5 x 82 cm

    Medium/Materials: Scrap metal, paint

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Gift of Doran H. Ross.

    Accession Number: X2007.12.3

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  • X2007.6.1 Africa Where It All Begins

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    Object Name: Africa Where It All Begins

    Artist: Wosene Kosrof (b. 1950, lives and works in Berkeley, California)

    Place of Origin: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Date/Era: 2006

    Dimensions: Canvas, acrylic, wood

    Medium/Materials: 141 x 122 cm

    Credit Line: Fowler Museum at UCLA. Museum purchase.

    Accession Number: X2007.6.1

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  • X2008.35.16 My Dear Son Ramon Was Mortally Ill And The Dear Virgin Miraculously Healed Him. January 21, 1990.

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    Object Name: My Dear Son Ramon Was Mortally Ill And The Dear Virgin Miraculously Healed Him. January 21, 1990.

    Artist: David Mecalco

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Materials Used: Paint on carved wood

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.16

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  • X2008.35.39 Untitled

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    Object Name: Untitled
    Artist: David Mecalco
    Place of Origin: Mexico
    Materials Used: Acrylic paint on paper
    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.39

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  • X2008.35.42 Spike-Haired Pedro Gives Thanks…

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    Object Name: Spike-Haired Pedro Gives Thanks To The Dear Virgin Because I Was Able To Get All My Tattoos. November 22, 1999.

    Artist: David Mecalco

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Date/Era: November 22, 1999

    Medium/Materials: Paint on sheet metal

    Credit:Fowler Museum at UCLA.

    Accession Number: X2008.35.42

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  • X2008.35.43 Tomas Reyes, The Drunk. Thank You Dear Virgin for Enabling Me to Give Up The Vice For Alcohol. Tomas R. May 10, 1970.

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    Object Name: Tomas Reyes, The Drunk. Thank You Dear Virgin for Enabling Me to Give Up The Vice For Alcohol. Tomas R. May 10, 1970.

    Artist: David Mecalco

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Materials Used: Paint on sheet metal

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.43

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  • X2008.35.44 Juan, Maria, Juana. Souls in Purgatory.

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    Object Name: Juan, Maria, Juana. Souls in Purgatory.
    Artist: David Mecalco
    Place of Origin: Mexico
    Materials Used: Paint on sheet metal
    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.44

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  • X2008.35.45 Maria Reyes. The Prostitute Maria Inezde Gives Thanks To The Dear Virgin For Having Work As A Prostitute. November 11, 1980. La Merced.

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    Object Name: Maria Reyes. The Prostitute Maria Inezde Gives Thanks To The Dear Virgin For Having Work As A Prostitute. November 11, 1980. La Merced.

    Artist: David Mecalco

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Materials Used: Paint on sheet metal

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.45

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  • X2008.35.46 Ramon R. Blondie Thanks The Dear Virgin For The Fact That My Family Has Accepted My Homosexuality. February 21, 1990. Guadalajara, Mex.

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    Object Name: Ramon R. Blondie Thanks The Dear Virgin For The Fact That My Family Has Accepted My Homosexuality. February 21, 1990. Guadalajara, Mex.

    Artist: David Mecalco

    Place of Origin: Mexico

    Materials Used: Paint on sheet metal

    Credit Line and Accession Number: Fowler Museum at UCLA. X2008.35.46

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