- Identification and Creation
- Physical Descriptions
- Spray lacquer on gelatin silver print cut into 16 parts and mounted on Masonite, and graphite on wall
- Gelatin silver print
- overall: 80 x 80 in. (203.2 x 203.2 cm)
each panel: 10 x 10 in. (25.4 x 25.4 cm)
- Mel Bochner, New York, New York, sold; to Harvard University Art Museums, 2006.
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Purchase through the generosity of Martin and Deborah Hale, Carol and Sol Lewitt, Markus Michalke, Gabriella De Ferrari, Arthur M. Cohen, Kenneth L. Freed, Nancy B. Tieken, and the Richard Norton Memorial Fund in honor of Linda Norden
- © Mel Bochner
- Accession Year
- Object Number
- Modern and Contemporary Art
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- Dispersed Perspective (One Point): R. W. B. is a striking, multi-part wall work that comprises mounted, colored photographs picturing portions of a perspectival grid, placed within another, non-perspectival grid, drawn in pencil on the wall. The work culminates a series of constructed photographic works that Bochner made in 1967 as part of an investigation described as "demonstrating by proxy the disparity... between the idealized Renaissance 'construction' of perspective and the 'reality' of how we see it."
- Publication History
Scott Rothkopf, Mel Bochner photographs, 1966-1969, Harvard University Art Museums and Yale University Press (U.S.) (Cambridge, MA and New Haven, CT, 2002), Fig 16
- Exhibition History
Nominally Figured: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Art, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, 06/08/2006 - 02/25/2007
32Q: 1100 60’s Experiment, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, 10/13/2016 - 04/07/2017
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