1-butte 1. Butte

Butte  1979 Artist: Barry Tinsley (American, b. 1942)
Materials: painted steel
Provenance: Gift of Art Enterprises, Ltd. in memory of Burton and Naomi Kantersdlj
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2-large-planar 2. Large Planar

Large Planar Hybrid  1973-74
Artist: Richard Hunt (American, b. 1935)
Materials: welded cor-ten steel
Provenance: Purchased by the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park, GSU Foundation.
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3-Arc_3 3. Stone Arc

Arc 3  1983
Artist: Mike Baur (American, b. 1951)
Materials: limestone, concrete, steel
Provenance: Long-term loan, courtesy of the artist
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4-ArtArk 4. Wood Arc

Art Ark  1981 (refabricated 2006)
Artist: Terrence Karpowicz (American, b. 1948)
Materials: weathered wood, steel and brass fittings
Provenance: Gift of Morris Lipschultz
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BodarkArc 5. Bodark Arc

Bodark Arc 1982
Artist: Martin Puryear (American, b. 1941)
Materials: earth, wood, Osage orange trees, asphalt, stones, cast bronze
Provenance: Commissioned by the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park, GSU Foundation 
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6-Falling_Meteor 6. Falling Meteor

Falling Meteor 1975
Artist: Jerry Peart (American, b. 1948)
Materials: welded and painted aluminum
Provenance: Purchased by the GSU Foundation 
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7-Field_Rotation 7. Field Rotation

Field Rotation 1981
Artist: Mary Miss (American, b. 1944)
Materials: earth, wood, steel, water
Provenance: Commissioned by the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park, GSU Foundation with support from the National Endowment for the Arts
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8-flyingsaucer 8. Flying Saucer

Flying Saucer 1977
Artist: Jene Heighstein (American, b. 1942)
Materials: concrete, steel frame
Provenance: Commissioned by the Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park 
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9-Forms_In_Blue9. Forms In Blue

Forms in Blue 1977
Artist: John Payne (American, 1929-2004)
Materials: painted steel, wood, painted rock
Provenance: Loan courtesy of the artist's estate 
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10-Frame  10. Frame

Frame 2005
Artist: Richard Rezac (American, b. 1952)
Materials: glazed brick, hand-formed ceramic ovals
Provenance: Commissioned by the Art in Architecture Program, State of Illinois Capital Development Board 
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11-House_Divided 11. House Divided

House Divided 1983
Artist: Bruce Nauman (American, b. 1941)
Materials: cast concrete
Provenance: Commissioned by the GSU Foundation
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12-icarus 12. Icarus

Icarus 1975
Artist: Charles Ginnever (American, b. 1931)
Materials: welded cor-ten steel
Provenance: Purchased by the GSU Foundation with support from the National Endowment for the Arts
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13-Illinois_Landscape_ 13. Illinois Landscape No. 5

Illinois Landscape No. 5 1976
Artist: John Henry (American, b. 1943)
Materials: welded and painted steel
Provenance: Commissioned by the GSU Foundation with assistance from the National Endowment for the Arts 
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14-Lanleff_Demeure 14. Lanleff Demeure No. 4

Lanleff Demeure No. 4 1961
Artist: Henri Etienne-Martin (French, 1913-1995)
Materials: cast bronze
Provenance: The Art Institute of Chicago - Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Maremon
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15-MockII_V-Form15. Mock II V-Form

Mock II V-Form 1976
Artist: John Payne (American, 1929-2004)
Materials: painted steel
Provenance: Loan courtesy of the artist's estate 
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16-OscarsInclination 16. Oscar's Inclination

Oscar's Inclination 2003
Artist: Michael Dunbar
Materials: welded, painted steel
Provenance: Gift of Dr. Christopher Graf
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17-pyramid 17. Outgrown Pyramid II

Outgrown Pyramid II 1973
Artist: Richard Hunt (American, b. 1935)
Materials: cor-ten steel
Provenance: Gift of Morris Lipschultz
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18-Passage 18. Passage

Passage 1998
Artist: James Brenner (American, b. 1960)
Materials: welded mild steel
Provenance: Gift of Cozzi Iron and Metal, Inc., and the artist
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19-Paul 19. Paul

Paul 2006
Artist: Tony Tasset (American, b. 1960)
Materials: painted fiberglass over steel frame
Provenance: Commissioned by the Art-in-Architecture Program, Capital Development Board, State of Illinois
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20-Phoenix 20. Phoenix 

Phoenix 1968
Artist: Edvins Strautmanis (American, born in Latvia, 1933-1992)
Materials: painted steel I-beams
Provenance: Gift of Lewis Manilow
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21-Sextant_Yoke 21. Sextant Yoke

Sextant Yoke 2000
Artist: Mike Baur (American, b. 1951)
Materials: cast concrete, steel
Provenance: Gift of Lila Hensley in memory of Dr. James Harvey Hensley, Community Professor 1981-2001
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22-Sisyphus_Aviary 22. Sisyphus Aviary

Sisyphus Aviary 1984
Artist: Dan Yarbrough (American, b. 1958)
Materials: painted steel rebar, painted stones
Provenance: On loan from the artist 
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23-spiral 23. Spiral

Spiral 1971
Artist: Clement Meadmore (American, born in Australia, 1929-2005)
Materials: welded cor-ten steel
Provenance: Gift of The Art Institute of Chicago, through prior gift of Montgomery Ward and Company
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24-The_Granary_Project 24. The Granary Project

The Granary Project 2007-10
Artist: Dan Peterman (American, b. 1960)
Materials: recycled plastic material over steel frame
Provenance: Commissioned by the Art in Architecture Program, State of Illinois Capital Development Board
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25-Throne-for_DrMartin_Luther_King_Jr 25. Throne (for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.)

Throne (for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.) 1992
Artist: Ted Sitting Crow Garner (American, b. 1957)
Materials: wood, painted steel tubing
Provenance: Loan courtesy of the artist
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26-Untitled 26. Untitled 

Untitled 1982
Artist: Joel Shapiro (American, b. 1941)
Materials: cast bronze
Provenance: Purchased by the GSU Foundation 
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27-Windwaves27. Windwaves

Windwaves 2010
Artist: Yvonne Domenge (Mexican, b. 1946)
Materials: painted steel
Provenance: Donated by the artist
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28-Working on the Failed Utopia 28. Working on the Failed Utopia

Working on the Failed Utopia 2006
Artist: Christine Tarkowski (American, b. 1967)
Materials: screen print on rice paper and laminated fiberglass attached to steel geodesic dome
Provenance: Commissioned by the Art in Architecture Program, State of Illinois Capital Development Board
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29-Yes-forLadyDay29. Yes! for Lady Day

Yes! for Lady Day 1968-69
Artist: Mark di Suvero (American, born in China, b. 1933)
Materials: railroad tank car, steel I-beams, cable
Provenance: Gift of Lewis Manilow 
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