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June 07, 2013
Barnett Newman's sculptural tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., "Broken Obelisk", sits in the reflecting...
Houston, UNITED STATES
Newman's sculptural tribute to King, Jr., "Broken Obelisk", sits in the reflecting pool in front of the...
Barnett Newman's sculptural tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., "Broken Obelisk", sits in the reflecting pool in front of the Rothko Chapel in Houston May 27, 2013. Houston is known for its energy companies, urban sprawl, humidity and NASA's Johnson Space Center. But lately the Bayou City has been gaining accolades for a robust cultural scene. From the performing and visual arts to food and festivals, the nation's fourth-largest city is gaining recognition as a sophisticated and multi-cultural center. Picture taken May 27, 2013. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TRAVEL)
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May 14, 2008
Barnett Newman's untitled painting is viewed by bidders at Christie's in New York City, May 13, 2008....
New York, UNITED STATES
Barnett Newman's untitled painting is viewed by bidders at Christie's in New York City
Barnett Newman's untitled painting is viewed by bidders at Christie's in New York City, May 13, 2008. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
USA
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November 15, 2004
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron...
New York, USA
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marro.....
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium in the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art in New York City, November 15, 2004. The new museum, which stands between 53rd and 54th streets in midtown Manhattan, was designed by [Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi] and nearly doubles the capacity of the former building. The Museum encompasses 630,000 square feet on six floors and cost $425 million to build. The reopening of the Museum to the public on November 20 will commemorate its 75th anniversary.
USA
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November 15, 2004
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron...
New York, USA
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marro.....
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium in the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art in New York City, November 15, 2004. The new museum, which stands between 53rd and 54th streets in midtown Manhattan, was designed by [Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi] and nearly doubles the capacity of the former building. The Museum encompasses 630,000 square feet on six floors and cost $425 million to build. The reopening of the Museum to the public on November 20 will commemorate its 75th anniversary.
ARTS MUSEUM
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November 15, 2004
Visitors walk around Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and...
New York, USA
Donald B. and Catherine C.Marron Atrium in newly renovated Museum of Modern Art.
Visitors walk around Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium in the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art in New York City, November 15, 2004. The new museum, which stands between 53rd and 54th streets in midtown Manhattan, was designed by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi and nearly doubles the capacity of the former building. The Museum encompasses 630,000 square feet on six floors and cost $425 million to build. The reopening of the Museum to the public on November 20 will commemorate its 75th anniversary. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
ARTS MUSEUM
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November 15, 2004
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron...
New York, USA
Donald B. and Catherine C.Marron Atrium in newly renovated Museum of Modern Art.
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium in the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art in New York City, November 15, 2004. The new museum, which stands between 53rd and 54th streets in midtown Manhattan, was designed by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi and nearly doubles the capacity of the former building. The Museum encompasses 630,000 square feet on six floors and cost $425 million to build. The reopening of the Museum to the public on November 20 will commemorate its 75th anniversary. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
ARTS MUSEUM
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November 15, 2004
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron...
New York, USA
Donald B. and Catherine C.Marron Atrium in newly renovated Museum of Modern Art.
Barnett Newman's sculpture "Broken Obelisk" (1963-69) stands in the Donald B. and Catherine C. Marron Atrium in the newly renovated Museum of Modern Art in New York City, November 15, 2004. The new museum, which stands between 53rd and 54th streets in midtown Manhattan, was designed by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi and nearly doubles the capacity of the former building. The Museum encompasses 630,000 square feet on six floors and cost $425 million to build. The reopening of the Museum to the public on November 20 will commemorate its 75th anniversary. REUTERS/Mike Segar MS
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