8 UMMA Objects
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An aerial view of a pond that creates a reflective pool and a silver ring around it. The surrounding area is an intense black.
Henry Gilpin
Untitled (Reflective Water)
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
2012/1.242
A print on paper cut in the shape of a upsidedown "T."  The fat rectangle at the bottom is nearly empty, with yellow stripes on three sides indicating walls,  The thinner rectangle at the top contains structures outlined in bright red, yellow, blue, and green.
David Hockney (British (modern))
Red Square and the Forbidden City
1982
Gift of Gregory and Marlene Burhans
2000/2.317
An aerial view of land meeting water. The water is a deep emerald green and the land, a varying shade of ochre and brown. The lower section is the water and there is a boat dock on the lower right section of the image. The land mass is the upper portion of the image, but seems to be separated at one section in a horizontal format.
Al Weber
Untitled (Aerial View of Shoreline)
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
2012/1.243
An aerial view of where water meets land. The image is full of texture representing the different landforms. The water creates a "C" curve on the right hand side of the image, while the sand creates a reverse "C" curve on the left side.
Steve Crouch
Untitled (Aerial View of Beach)
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
2012/1.237
This photograph depicts a bird’s eye view of an urban rooftop garden composed in a series of organic shapes.  Pedestrians, cars, and streets are visible below the garden.
Kristin Capp (American (North American))
Burle Marx, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
2003
Gift of Ms. Kathleen Lauster and Mr. Jarir Derouach
2014/2.367
Aerial view of a cobblestone-paved intersection showing a horse-drawn carriage, pedestrians, and cyclists.
André Kertész (American (North American))
Carrefours, Blois
1930
Gift of Maxine and Lawrence K. Snider
2013/2.297
Photograph looking straight down onto a built landscape.
László Moholy-Nagy (American (North American))
From the Radio Tower, Berlin
1928
Gift of Dr. Seymour and Barbara K. Adelson
2007/2.59
This canvas is saturated in layered paint in shades of muted browns, oranges, ochres, and yellows, and crossed by lines: some dark and some light, some on the surface, some buried beneath the surface color. A bold horizontal line cuts across about a quarter of the way from the bottom. On the right, there are several faint verticals. At the top, two horizontal lines underlap and overlap with two diagonals.
Richard Diebenkorn (American (North American))
Ocean Park No. 52
1972
Purchase assisted by the Friends of the Museum of Art and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
1974/2.22
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