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1 KitchInArt rsga-ph-01598 1985 Photograph of Berman's "KitchInArt," 1985, 4 Pieces, mixed media. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph...
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Photograph of Berman's "KitchInArt," 1985, 4 Pieces, mixed media. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Harriete Estel Berman's Kitsch kitchen devices equate marriage and domesticity with enslavement and poke fun at our desire for the "newest" styles in consumable objects." --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]<br>"In response to that time of year when thoughts turn to heavy consumption of products, services, and specially prepared foods, Randolph Street Gallery brings you Housewares on Level 6. The exhibition displays a dazzling array of 'objects' that contradict our notions of the use and misuse of time and effort-saving wonders of the modern age. While some works incorporate readily recognizable and ubiquitous appliances, other works propose never-before-available mechanistic devices of questionable design and dubious practical value." --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]
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2 Westbend rsga-ph-01595 1991 Photograph of Helen Altman's "Westbend", 1991. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery,...
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Photograph of Helen Altman's "Westbend", 1991. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Helen Altman's manipulated appliances and constructions of electric fireplace logs open possibilities for absurd, motorized narratives of hearth and home." --[Source: Event brochure -- December/ January 1992]<br>"In response to that time of year when thoughts turn to heavy consumption of products, services, and specially prepared foods, Randolph Street Gallery brings you Housewares on Level 6. The exhibition displays a dazzling array of "objects" that contradict our notions of the use and misuse of time and effort-saving wonders of the modern age. While some works incorporate readily recognizable and ubiquitous appliances, other works propose never-before-available mechanistic devices of questionable design and dubious practical value." --[Source: Event brochure -- November/December 1992]
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3 [Title unknown] rsga-ph-01593 December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 Photograph of an unidentified installation by Pranger. The artist participated in the exhibition " Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph...
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Photograph of an unidentified installation by Pranger. The artist participated in the exhibition " Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Ben Pranger's work, balanced somewhere between hope and despair, articulates the absurdity of daily life." --[Source: Event brochure -- December/ January 1992]<br>"In response to that time of year when thoughts turn to heavy consumption of products, services, and specially prepared foods, Randolph Street Gallery brings you Housewares on Level 6. The exhibition displays a dazzling array of "objects" that contradict our notions of the use and misuse of time and effort-saving wonders of the modern age. While some works incorporate readily recognizable and ubiquitous appliances, other works propose never-before-available mechanistic devices of questionable design and dubious practical value." --[Source: Event brochure -- November/December 1992]
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4 KitchInArt rsga-ph-01599 1985 Photograph of Berman's "KitchInArt," 1985, 4 Pieces, mixed media. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph...
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Photograph of Berman's "KitchInArt," 1985, 4 Pieces, mixed media. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Harriete Estel Berman's Kitsch kitchen devices equate marriage and domesticity with enslavement and poke fun at our desire for the "newest" styles in consumable objects." --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]<br>"In response to that time of year when thoughts turn to heavy consumption of products, services, and specially prepared foods, Randolph Street Gallery brings you Housewares on Level 6. The exhibition displays a dazzling array of 'objects' that contradict our notions of the use and misuse of time and effort-saving wonders of the modern age. While some works incorporate readily recognizable and ubiquitous appliances, other works propose never-before-available mechanistic devices of questionable design and dubious practical value." --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]
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5 Marry me for my Hobart rsga-ph-01596 1981 Photograph of Harriete Estel Berman's "Marry me for my Hobart," 1981, mixed media. he work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on...
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Photograph of Harriete Estel Berman's "Marry me for my Hobart," 1981, mixed media. he work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Harriete Estel Berman's Kitsch kitchen devices equate marriage and domesticity with enslavement and poke fun at our desire for the "newest" styles in consumable objects." --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]<br>"In response to that time of year when thoughts turn to heavy consumption of products, services, and specially prepared foods, Randolph Street Gallery brings you Housewares on Level 6. The exhibition displays a dazzling array of 'objects' that contradict our notions of the use and misuse of time and effort-saving wonders of the modern age. While some works incorporate readily recognizable and ubiquitous appliances, other works propose never-before-available mechanistic devices of questionable design and dubious practical value." --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]
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6 Four Bulbs rsga-ph-01594 1991 Photograph of Girson's "Four Bulbs", 1991, four paintings on canvas, 152.4x152.4 cm.The artist participated in the exhibition "Housewares...
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Photograph of Girson's "Four Bulbs", 1991, four paintings on canvas, 152.4x152.4 cm.The artist participated in the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Matthew Girson's serial paintings of objects as information "represent various stages in the development of western society and call to mind beliefs and ideas from previous moments in time." --[Source: Event brochure -- December/ January 1992]<br>"In response to that time of year when thoughts turn to heavy consumption of products, services, and specially prepared foods, Randolph Street Gallery brings you Housewares on Level 6. The exhibition displays a dazzling array of "objects" that contradict our notions of the use and misuse of time and effort-saving wonders of the modern age. While some works incorporate readily recognizable and ubiquitous appliances, other works propose never-before-available mechanistic devices of questionable design and dubious practical value." --[Source: Event brochure -- November/December 1992]
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7 Icarus rsga-ph-01600 1991 Photograph of Altman's "Icarus" 1991, mixed media. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery...
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Photograph of Altman's "Icarus" 1991, mixed media. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Helen Altman's manipulated appliances and constructions of electric fireplace logs open possibilities for absurd, motorized narratives of hearth and home." --[Source: Event brochure -- December/ January 1992]<br>"In response to that time of year when thoughts turn to heavy consumption of products, services, and specially prepared foods, Randolph Street Gallery brings you Housewares on Level 6. The exhibition displays a dazzling array of "objects" that contradict our notions of the use and misuse of time and effort-saving wonders of the modern age. While some works incorporate readily recognizable and ubiquitous appliances, other works propose never-before-available mechanistic devices of questionable design and dubious practical value." --[Source: Event brochure -- November/December 1992]
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8 25 Lightbulbs rsga-ph-01592 1992 Photograph of Girson's "25 Lightbulbs", 1992, oil on masonite. The painting was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6, December 4...
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Photograph of Girson's "25 Lightbulbs", 1992, oil on masonite. The painting was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Matthew Girson's serial paintings of objects as information 'represent various stages in the development of western society and call to mind beliefs and ideas from previous moments in time.'" --[Source: Event brochure -- December/ January 1992]
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9 Womanizer, Kitchen Queen rsga-ph-01597 1982 Harriete Estel Berman's "Womanizer, Kitchen Queen," 1982, mixed media. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at...
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Harriete Estel Berman's "Womanizer, Kitchen Queen," 1982, mixed media. The work was part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. "Harriete Estel Berman's Kitsch kitchen devices equate marriage and domesticity with enslavement and poke fun at our desire for the "newest" styles in consumable objects." --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]<br>"In response to that time of year when thoughts turn to heavy consumption of products, services, and specially prepared foods, Randolph Street Gallery brings you Housewares on Level 6. The exhibition displays a dazzling array of 'objects' that contradict our notions of the use and misuse of time and effort-saving wonders of the modern age. While some works incorporate readily recognizable and ubiquitous appliances, other works propose never-before-available mechanistic devices of questionable design and dubious practical value." --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]
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10 KitchInArt rsga-eph-00383 1985-1986 Berman, Harriete Estel Postcard with work by Harriet Estel Berman. The works were part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery,...
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Postcard with work by Harriet Estel Berman. The works were part of the exhibition "Housewares on Level 6" at Randolph Street Gallery, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993. --[Source: Housewares of Level 6, December 4, 1992-January 9, 1993 (rsga_eph_00168)]
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