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Krannert Art Museum: Pattern and Process: Artists

Anni Albers

Textile designer and printmaker (Germany, 1899-1994, United States). 

Harold Edgerton

Scientist, researcher, inventor, photographer (United States, 1903-1990)

A banana is on a black stand, and the debris from a bullet being shoot through the banana is seen.

Bullet Through Banana, 1964. Dye transfer print, 16 x 20 inches. Krannert Art Museum. 

Temple Grandin

Professor and activist (United States, b. 1947). 

Gerald Hayes

Painter (United States, b.1940)

A potted plants with numerous circles drawn over the leaves and top half of the photograph.

Avocado Leaf Arcs (Diameters Measured in Inches), 1974. Ink on photograph, 60 x 40 inches. Krannert Art Museum.

Sol LeWitt

Minimalist and conceptual painter and sculptor (United States, 1928-2007). 

White background with lines drawn in different colors

Straight Lines, Approximately One Inch Long, Drawn at Random, Within a Square Using 4 Directions of Line each a Different Color, 1970-71. Color lithograph, 23 x 23 inches. Krannert Art Museum. 

Kenji Nakahashi

Photographer (Japan, 1947-2015). 

Black background with two circles with fabric like patterns.

Side A and Side B, 1980. Gelatin silver print on paper, 11 x 14 inches. Krannert Art Museum.

Louise Nevelson

Sculptor (Ukraine, 1899-1988, USA).

Paper with raised images seemingly coming out of the paper. The images are boxes with shapes inside of them.

Dawnscape, 1975. Cast paper relief, 50 x 75 inches. Krannert Art Museum.

Steffen Dam

Glass artist, toolmaker (Denmark, b. 1964). 

Victor Ekpuk

Painter and draftsman (Nigeria, b. 1964). 

Charles Gaines

Conceptual artist (United States, b. 1944). 

Color Regression #1, 1980. Lithograph, 29 x 34 inches. Krannert Art Museum. 

Frederick Hammersley

Abstract painter (United States, 1919-2009). 

Black background covered in white dots in different patterns.

Seems, ca. 1973. Lithograph, 22 x 26 1/2 inches. Krannert Museum of Art. 

Joyce Kozloff

Painter and printmaker (United States, b.1942). 

Pictures and Borders II, 1976. Lithograph on Arches paper, 230 x 22 inches. Krannert Art Museum.


Ivan Mares

Glass artist (Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic], b.1956). egg shape; dark blue-black glass; design made up of twisted rope-like elements wrapped into openwork egg form

Egg II, 1994. Cast glass, 19 3/4 x 25 1/8 x 17 1/2 in. Minneapolis Institute of Art. 

Dot Replinger

Textile artist and weaver (Chicago, IL, United States, 1924-2018). 

Large stands of wool draped across a white wall. The middle parts of the wool are multicolored while the outer parts are a dark olive tone.

Olive Angel, ca. 1977. Wool, installed 56 x 56 x 5/8 inches. Krannert Museum of Art.