Painting and Drawing: Archive
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Alumna, Elizabeth Murray (1940–2007), Back on Earth, 1981, on view at the Art Institute of Chicago. Learn more about notable SAIC alumni.
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Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho, El Fin del Mundo, 2012, film still
Courtesy of the artists and Gallery Hyundai, Seoul
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