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All Art Has Been Contemporary

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Provenance

Sold by the artist to 401 Contemporary, Berlin; 2011, sold by 401 Contemporary to the MFA. (Accession Date: June 22, 2011)

Credit Line

Museum purchase with funds donated by members of the 2010-2011 Contemporary Art Visiting Committee: Erica Gervais and Ted Pappendick, James and Audrey Foster, Robert and Jane Burke, The Fine Family Foundation, Martin and Deborah Hale, Jamie and Ashley Harmon, Woody and Elizabeth Ives, Joyce Linde, Davis and Carol Noble, Susan W. Paine, Ann and Graham Gund, Alan and Lorraine Bressler, John F. Cogan, Jr. and Mary L. Cornille, Joan Margot Smith, Ronald and Ronni Casty, Marvin and Ann Collier, Rodney and Nancy Gould, Alvin and Barbara Krakow, Richard and Nancy Lubin, Beth and Richard Marcus, Myles Slosberg and Diane Krane, The Trust Family Foundation, Peter H. Creighton, Judith and Bruce Eissner, Robert A. Radloff and Ann M. Beha, Steven Rogowski, Barbara L. and Theodore B. Alfond, Hope and Mel Barkan, Catherine and Paul Buttenwieser, Barbara Lee, William Pirl, Jay Reeg and Jan Colombi, Stephen B. Kay and Lisbeth L. Tarlow, Dorothy and Stephen Weber, Robert and Bettye Freeman, Eloise W. and Arthur C. Hodges, Marcia and Louis Kamentsky, Allison D. Salke, Stokley and Jeanne Towles, Rhonda and Michael J. Zinner, M.D., Timothy Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thorne, Jr., Lois B. Torf, and funds donated in honor of David P. Blackman

Copyright

© Maurizio Nannucci. Courtesy of Maurizio Nannucci and 401contemporary.

1999, fabricated in 2011

Dimensions

Approximate length: 216 9/16 inches (550 cm)

Accession Number

2011.475

Medium or Technique

Neon, transformer, clips

Collections

Contemporary Art

Classifications

Sculpture