Detail photograph; A world Lost: after the original island, single land mass fractured, after populations migrated, after pollution revealed itself and as cultural locations once separated merged, after the splitting of Adam and Eve, Shiva and Shakti, of race black and white, of culture East and West, after animals diminished, after the seas’ corals did exterminate, after this and at last imagine all water evaporated…this after Columbus found it we lost it imagine this; Rina Banerjee (b. 1963); 2013; Photo by Hutomo Wicaksono

Detail; A world Lost: after the original island, single land mass fractured, after populations migrated, after pollution revealed itself and as cultural locations once separated merged, after the splitting of Adam and Eve, Shiva and Shakti, of race black and white, of culture East and West, after animals diminished, after the seas’ corals did exterminate, after this and at last imagine all water evaporated…this after Columbus found it we lost it imagine this; Rina Banerjee (b. 1963); 2013; Photo by Hutomo Wicaksono

Perspectives: Rina Banerjee

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Still of video image; Jananne Al-Ani, Shadow Sites II, 2011; single-channel HD video projection, color, with sound, 8:38 min., dimensions variable; Collection SFMOMA, Jointly owned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (Accessions Committee Fund purchase) and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; © Jananne Al-Ani

Still of video; Jananne Al-Ani, Shadow Sites II, 2011; single-channel HD video projection, color, with sound, 8:38 min., dimensions variable; Collection SFMOMA, Jointly owned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (Accessions Committee Fund purchase) and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; © Jananne Al-Ani

Shadow Sites: Recent Work by Jananne Al-Ani

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Image, Fragments, 2005. Ironwood (tieli). Tables, chairs, parts of beams, and pillars from dismantled temples of the Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Sigg Collection

Fragments, 2005. Ironwood (tieli). Tables, chairs, parts of beams, and pillars from dismantled temples of the Qing dynasty (1644–1911). Sigg Collection

Perspectives: Ai Weiwei

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