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Results for credit_line:"Gift of The Peter Norton Family Foundation"

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Anna Gaskell (American (North American))
Untitled, The Peter Norton Family Christmas Project 2001
2001
Gift of The Peter Norton Family Foundation
2001/1.384

Do-Ho Suh
Untitled Vessel, The Peter Norton Family Christmas Project 2004
2004
Gift of The Peter Norton Family Foundation
2004/1.345
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

Jim Hodges
Untitled, The Peter Norton Family Christmas Project 1998
1998
Gift of The Peter Norton Family Foundation
1998/1.183
This pop-up book has laser-cut black silhouettes on white paper. Text contrasts with background; white text on black pages, black text on white pages. There is a ship embossed on the cover of the book.
Kara Walker (American (North American))
Freedom, a Fable
1997
Gift of The Peter Norton Family Foundation
1997/1.527
A photograph of a female head made of pasta and marinara sauce printed on a porcelain plate. On verso, the plate is numbered "39;" it is labeled part of "The Peter Norton Family Christmas Project" and dated 1999; the manufacturer is labeled "Made in Bernardaud in Limoges, France;" and, below, it reads "Lead Free Dishwasher Safe."
Vik Muniz (American (North American))
Untitled (Medusa Marinara)
1999
Gift of the Peter Norton Family Foundation
1999/1.108

Yinka Shonibare (British (modern))
Untitled, The Peter Norton Family Christmas Project 2002
2002
Gift of the Peter Norton Family Foundation
2002/1.236A-W

Brian Eno
Oblique Strategies: One Hundred Worthwhile Dilemmas, The Peter Norton Family Christmas Project 1996
1996
Gift of the Peter Norton Family Foundation
1996/1.79
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