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  1. Amalia Mesa-Bains
    American, born 1943
    Transparent Migrations

    2001
    Mirrored armoire, 16 glass leaves, wire armatures, small gauze dress, lace mantilla, assorted crystal miniatures, shattered safety glass
    2019.28
  2. Donald Deskey
    American, 1894–1989
    Waste Basket

    c. 1928
    Wood, paint, and silver leaf
    2002.2800
  3. Manufactured by Eastman Kodak Co.
    American, established 1888
    "Petite" Camera

    Designed 1929, manufactured 1929–1934
    Leather, metal, and glass
    2002.177
  4. Manufactured by Richard Hudnut
    American, active 1880–1955
    Richesse Hudnut

    c. 1930
    Glass, metallic thread, and paper
    2004.1030.A,.B
  5. Manufactured by Prince Matchabelli
    American, established 1926
    Ave Maria

    c. 1930
    Glass and gilt
    2004.1028
  6. Walter Dorwin Teague
    American, 1883–1960
    "Beau Brownie" Camera, Model 2

    Designed 1930, manufactured 1930–1933
    Leather, metal, and glass
    2002.174
  7. Walter Dorwin Teague
    American, 1883–1960
    "Beau Brownie" Camera, Model 2A

    Designed 1930, manufactured 1930–1933
    Leather, metal, and glass
    2002.173
  8. Walter Dorwin Teague
    American, 1883–1960
    "Beau Brownie" Camera, Model 2A

    Designed 1930, manufactured 1930-1933
    Leather, metal, and glass
    2002.172
  9. Walter Dorwin Teague
    American, 1883–1960
    "Beau Brownie" Camera, Model 2A

    Designed 1930, manufactured 1930–1933
    Leather, metal, and glass
    2002.171
  10. Manufactured by Eastman Kodak Co.
    American, established 1888
    "Jiffy Six-16" Camera

    Designed 1933, manufactured 1933–1937
    Leather, metal, glass, and plastic
    2002.178
  11. Manufactured by Prince Matchabelli
    American, established 1926
    Duchess of York

    c. 1934
    Glass, wax, paint, and metallic thread
    2004.1032
  12. Walter Dorwin Teague
    American, 1883–1960
    "Baby Brownie" Camera

    Designed 1934, manufactured 1934–1941
    Bakelite, metal, and glass
    2002.175
  13. Fridolin Polzer
    American, born Austria, 1878–1962
    Stapling Pliers and Box, No. H54-B. G.

    c. 1935
    Chromium-plated metal and paper
    2005.1865.A,.B
  14. John Vassos
    American, born Romania, 1898–1985
    Portable Phonograph, RCA Victor Special, Model M

    c. 1935
    Aluminum, chromed steel, and flocking
    2002.3545
  15. Isamu Noguchi
    American, 1904–1988
    Radio Nurse

    Designed 1937, manufactured 1937–42
    Bakelite, metal, and enamel
    2011.606
  16. Orlo Heller
    "Aristocrat" Stapling Machine

    1937
    Phenolic resin, and metal
    87.214
  17. Manufactured by Eisenberg & Sons
    American, 1914–1977
    847-B

    c. 1938
    Glass, plastic, and paper
    2004.1018
  18. Walter Dorwin Teague
    American, 1883–1960
    "Baby Brownie Special" Camera

    Designed 1939, manufactured 1939–1954
    Bakelite, leather, metal, and glass
    2002.176
  19. Charles Eames
    American, 1907–1978
    Leg Splint

    Designed c. 1941–1942, manufactured c. 1943
    Birch and fir plywood
    96.610
  20. James Turrell
    American, born 1943
    Acro, Green

    1968
    Projected light
    2008.371
  21. Keith Sonnier
    American, born 1941
    Neon Wrapping Incandescent

    1969
    Incandescent bulbs with porcelain fixtures and neon tubing, electrical wire, and electrical transformer
    2015.89
  22. Red Grooms
    American, born 1937
    Astronauts on the Moon

    1972
    Mixed media
    2003.913
  23. Cildo Meireles
    Brazilian, born 1948
    Volátil

    1980/1994
    Wood, talcum powder, candle, and sulfuric aroma
    2010.48
  24. Jennifer Bartlett
    American, born 1941
    The Garden

    1981
    Installation in ten parts
    2003.105.1-.8
  25. Tunga
    Brazilian, 1952–2016
    Lezart I

    1989
    Iron, copper, magnets, and embroidered silk
    2009.572
  26. Vicki Meek
    American, born 1950
    The Crying Room: A Memorial to the Ancestors

    1992
    Installation of found objects, sand, and wall texts and drawings
    93.255
  27. Gavin Ivester
    American, born 1963
    Apple Powerbook 165C

    1993–1994
    Plastic and electronic parts
    2003.249.A,.B
  28. Tony Oursler
    American, born 1957
    Hideaway

    1995
    Chair, fabric, videotape, VCR, and video projector, updated to digital format by the artist in 2016
    2017.116
  29. Jonathan P. Ive
    British, born 1967
    iMac

    1998
    Polycarbonate plastic and electronics
    2014.968.A-.C
  30. Design team led by Jonathan P. Ive
    British, born 1967
    iBook

    Designed 1999
    Molded plastic with electronic components
    2006.1281.A,.B

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