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Making History

Margaret Bourke-White

Due to the nature of Bourke-White’s work as a photojournalist, these works have been printed, reprinted and even cropped at a number of different sizes over the years. As a result, the edition size for each is also variable.


Low angle of the Statue of Liberty from base looking up [Looking Up at Liberty]
1930
Courtesy Margaret Bourke-White/Masters via Getty Images © 2020 Estate of Margaret Bourke-White / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY

Aerial view of the Statue of Liberty
c.1950s
Courtesy Margaret Bourke-White/LIFE Premium Collection via Getty Images

Statue of Liberty with Manhattan in background
c.1950s
Courtesy Margaret Bourke-White/LIFE Premium Collection via Getty Images

Sightseers peering from the windows of the Statue of Liberty
1952
Courtesy Margaret Bourke-White/LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images

Lee Friedlander

All works © Lee Friedlander. Courtesy of Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco and Luhring Augustine, New York.


Mount Rushmore. South Dakota
1969
Gelatin silver print
12 5/16” x 18 1/2”

Father Duffy. Times Square, New York City
1974
Gelatin silver print
11” x 14” 

Major General Henry W. Slocum, Napoleon Gun, and Stevens’ Fifth Maine Battery Marker. Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
1974
Gelatin silver print
7 1/2” x 11 1/4”

William Earle Williams

All works are unnumbered in an edition not to exceed 8.
Courtesy of the Artist. 


Civil War Statue and Grave Markers, Cemetery
1975 
Gelatin silver print 
10” x 13” 

3rd Michigan Infantry Monument 
From the series “Gettysburg: A Journey in Time”
1986 
Gelatin silver print 
7 1/2” x 7 1/2” 

109th Pennsylvania Infantry Monument, Gettysburg,  Pennsylvania  
From the series “Gettysburg: A Journey in Time”
1988 
Gelatin silver print 
7 1/2” x 7 1/2”

Woods Culp’s Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
From the series “Gettysburg: A Journey in Time”
1990 
Gelatin silver print 
7 1/2” x 7 1/2” 

Avondale Barn, Chester County, Pennsylvania
From the series “The Underground Railroad Made  Visible” 
1998 
Gelatin silver print 
7 1/2” x 7 1/2” 

Thomas House, Coatesville, PA 
From the series “The Underground Railroad Made Visible”  
1998 
Gelatin silver print 
7 1/2” x 7 1/2”

Arlington National Cemetery, Section 27, Arlington,
Virginia

From the series “The Underground Railroad Made
Visible”
2000
Gelatin silver print
7 1/2″ x 7 1/2″

Slave Monument, Peters Cemetery, Florence,
Alabama

From the series “The Underground Railroad Made
Visible”
2003
Gelatin silver print
7 1/2″ x 7 1/2″

Alley, from the rear of Franklin and Armfield Slave  Traders, Alexandria, Virginia 
From the series “The Underground Railroad Made Visible” 
2004 
Gelatin silver print 
7 1/2” x 7 1/2” 

Telegraph Road, Port Hudson Battle Site, Louisiana
From the series “The Underground Railroad Made Visible”  
2004 
Gelatin silver print 
7 1/2” x 7 1/2”


Making Sense

An-My Lê

All works are from the series “Silent General,” and are inkjet prints in an edition of 5 with 2 APs. Courtesy of the Artist and Marian Goodman Gallery

Fragment I: General P.G.T. Beauregard Monument, New Orleans, Louisiana
2016 
39 1/2” x 56”

Fragment I: Sunday Mass, November 6, New Orleans, Louisiana
2016
39 1/2” x 56”

Fragment IV: General Robert E. Lee Monument, New Orleans, Louisiana
2016 
40” x 56 1/2”

Fragment IV: The Monumental Task Committee press conference and demonstration by descendants of General P.G.T. Beauregard, New Orleans, Louisiana
2017
40” x 56 1/2”

Fragment VI: General Robert E. Lee and P.G.T. Beauregard Monuments, Homeland Security Storage, New Orleans, Louisiana
2017
56 1/2” x 40”

Alexander Hamilton Statue, Central Park, New York City
2020
40” x 56 1/2”

Fragment I: Swamp, April 17, Venice, Louisiana
2020
40” x 56 1/2”

Fragment IX: Jefferson Davis Monument, Homeland Security Storage, New Orleans, Louisiana
2020
40” x 56 1/2”

Michael Mergen

Confederate Heroes, Confederate Dead
2015
68 pigment prints
Each 13” x 10”
Edition of 2
Courtesy of the Artist

Matthew Shain

All works are from the series “Post-Monuments,” pigment prints in Prussian Blue frames, measure 30 3/8” x 25 3/8” x 1 1/2”, in an edition of 5 with 2 APs. Courtesy of the Artist

Baltimore (Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument, a.k.a. The Spirit of Dixie, erected 1903)
2017

Baltimore (Confederate Women’s Monument, erected 1903)
2017

Baltimore, (Robert E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson, erected 1948)
2017

New Orleans, (General Beauregard Equestrian Statue, erected 1913)
2017

New Orleans (General Robert E. Lee, erected 1884)
2017

New Orleans, (Jefferson Davis, erected 1911)
2017

New Orleans (The Battle of Liberty Place, erected 1891)
2017

Birmingham (Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument, erected 1905)
2018

Duke University Chapel, Durham (Robert E. Lee, erected circa 1930’s)
2018

The Hall of Fame of Great Americans, Bronx (Robert E. Lee bust, erected 1923)
2018

University of Texas, Austin (Albert Sidney Johnson, erected 1933)
2018

University of Texas, Austin (John H. Reagan, erected 1933)
2018

University of Texas, Austin (Robert E. Lee, erected 1933)
2018


Making Presence

Nona Faustine

All works are 2019, from the series “My Country,” screenprints, 40” x 60”, in an edition of 20. Courtesy of the Artist and Two Palms, NY

Fragment of Evidence

In Praise of Famous Men No More

Jackson Mississippi

Lincoln Memorial

My Country

Joiri Minaya

All works are inkjet prints, 24” x 36”. Courtesy of the Artist.

Proposal for Artistic Intervention on the Columbus Statue in Front of the Government House in Nassau, The Bahamas
2017

Proposal for Artistic Intervention on the Columbus Statue at Columbus Circle, New York, United States
2020

Marisa Williamson

Postcard Book: The Ghost of Thomas Jefferson 
2018
6” x 4”
Book, 24 images
Edition of 150
Photos by Gabby Fuller
Courtesy of the Artist


Making Space

Oliver Curtis

All works are 2016, from the series “Volte-Face,” inkjet prints,
19 1/4” x 26 3/8”, in an edition of 10 with 2 APs. Courtesy of the Artist

Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles, USA

Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C., USA

Statue of Liberty, New York, USA 

White House, Washington, D.C., USA

World Trade Centre (South Tower site), New York, USA

Mike Osborne

All works are 2019, from the series “Federal Triangle,” inkjet prints,
28” x 42”, in an edition of 5 with 1 AP. Courtesy of the Artist

D. Cheney / Capitol Building

Eisenhower Memorial / Independence Ave SW

Ford E250 / 16th St NW

Lincoln Memorial / National Mall

Security Perimeter / H St NW

Supreme Court / 1 First St NE

Test Target / National Mall

Weaver Federal Building / 7th St SW

White House / 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW

XX / National Mall

Kaitlin Pomerantz

Vacant Signs
2016
80 inkjet prints, each 3 1/2” x 5 1/2”  
First edition of 10, second edition of 50
Courtesy of the Artist