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Nam June Paik, "TV Garden", 1974/2000, single- channel video installation with color television monitors and live plants; color, sound, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. Purchased with funds contributed by the International Director’s Council and Executive Committee Members: Ann Ames, Edythe Broad, Henry Buhl, Elaine Terner Cooper, Dimitris Daskalopoulos, Harry David, Gail May Engelberg, Ronnie Heyman, Dakis Joannou, Cindy Johnson, Barbara Lane, Linda Macklowe, Peter Norton, Willem Peppler, Denise Rich, Simonetta Seragnoli, David Teiger, Ginny Williams and Elliot K. Wolk, and through prior gift of the Bohen Foundation, 2001, © Nam June Paik Estate. Photo by Ellen Labenski © The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York

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