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This collage consists of overlapping shapes that loosely resemble squares and rectangles. The shapes are muted tones of green, blush, blue, yellow, brown and black. 
Henry Albert Botkin (American (North American))
Potentate
early 1900s - early 1960s
Museum Purchase
1964/1.121
This work is a sealed manilla envelope covered in various artist-made postage and printed stamps. Printed on the envelope are the following phrases and items: "STAMP ART", "FIRST DAY OF ISSUE", "DOO-DA POST JUL 24 1980 N.Y. BRANCH", "DOO-DA JUL 24 1980 CHICAGO", Chinese Characters, "ART MAIL COMMEMORATIVE", "DOO-DA POST- 153 LUDLOW, N.Y.C. NY 10000 USA", "MADE IN USA", a two-tailed siren and a winged-nut. The stamps include images of a portrait of a man in a hat, 3 stamps of the Statue of Liberty, a triangular stamp of corn kernels, the Greek god Hermes, Leonardo Da Vinci and a landscape with blue water, green hills, and a white plane overhead.
Edward F. Higgins (American (North American))
Doo Da Post (stamped and cancelled manilla envelope)
1980
Museum Purchase
1981/1.310
Blue anodized aluminum with two laser-cut abstract shapes and red, yellow, black, and white screen-printed designs, some based on the shape of the floorplan of the UM Duderstadt Center.
Sam Gilliam (American (North American))
Sample Anodized Aluminum with Screenprint
1996 – 2008
Transfer from the University of Michigan Art, Architecture and Engineering Libraries
2008/1.149.11
This sculptural mixed-media consists of three long, narrow panels supporting plexiglass elements. The first has transparent plexiglass with brown geometric shapes on it as well as broken glass or plexiglass rods, and painted blue, green, and red dashed lines on the plexiglass. The second, shorter panel is black and glossy with six black matte squares on it. Red, orange, green, and blue abstract shapes are layered underneath the squares. The third, narrower, panel is transparent with eight square sections, some covered with an opaque material. There are also abstract designs that are primarily black, with some green and orange.
Milton Cohen
Paper Collage with Slide Projection
1953 – 1963
Gift of Gerome Kamrowski
1979/2.126

Tyree Guyton (American (North American))
The Birthday Dress
1990 – 2016
Gift of Alice Aznavorian Simsar
2016/2.421

Jeremy Penn
MASTER
2014
Gift of Mark and Iuliana Phillips
2017/2.186
A rectangular wooden box containing ceramic, rubber, and bronze wishbones encased in felt. A lithographed felt card rests on top of the wishbones. The text on the felt card reads: Wish #1 Wish # 2 Wish #3. The box top is engraved with "III" on the front. 
Lorna Simpson (American (North American))
III
1994
Gift of The Peter Norton Family Foundation
1994/1.84
This bright, busy assemblage resembles Mexican folk art. Some elements within it are irridescent glass marbles, shards of glass, three owl figurines, a blue feather, part of a white china plate with a floral design, pieces of brightly colored Mexican terracotta pottery, and a broken W. Goebel "Barnyard Hero" figurine of a boy and duck. All are attached to a blue wooden board.
George Vargas
Children's Garden
2001
Gift of the artist
2004/1.156

Burhan Cahit Doğançay (Turkish (culture or style))
Spare Ribs
1973
Anonymous gift
2005/2.67
A white rectangular anodized aluminum plate with two laser-cut abstract designs.
Sam Gilliam (American (North American))
Sample Anodized Aluminum with Screenprint
1996 – 2008
Transfer from the University of Michigan Art, Architecture and Engineering Libraries
2008/1.149.9
This piece rests in a wooden frame and consists of three photographs assembled in a cubist-like way. The photographs show the interior of the University of Michigan's Duderstadt Center. Honey comb-like laser cut transparencies seem to hang from the ceiling and black CAD drawings, and a small red triangle appears on the left side of work.The artist and another man are shown in the lower right corner looking at these decorative additions to the building. 
Sam Gilliam (American (North American))
A. Media Center
1996 – 2008
Transfer from the University of Michigan Art, Architecture and Engineering Libraries
2008/1.149.1
Three prints mounted on paper with black backgrounds. Each print shows a large outline of the floor plan of the Duderstadt center filled with swatches of color over which is laid a grid of small outline floor plans of the Duderstadt center in black, looking like mishapen black polka dots.
Sam Gilliam (American (North American))
C. Color Study
1996 – 2008
Transfer from the University of Michigan Art, Architecture and Engineering Libraries
2008/1.149.3
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