the holes in the land 3, 2015. Judy Watson. Four plate etching in yellow, red, and black. 37.5 cm x 49.5 cm. The image of a bag for transporting pituri made from government blankets is superimposed over a plan of the second story of Montague House (British Museum), 1786. Pituri leaf (Duboisia hopwoodii) is a mild narcotic that was traded great distances from northwest Queensland into the Lake Eyre region of central Australia. This bag entered the British Museum collections in the 1890s.
Royal masquerade performing during the enthronement celebration for the new king. Babessi. June 2000. Photo Silvia Forni.
The Rijksmuseum, c. 1895. Source: File Rijksmuseum Amsterdam circa 1895 rotated jpg. Reproduction number: LC-DIG-ppmsc-05764 from Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Photochrom Prints Collection.
“Dutch Heads” (Stephan Vanfieteren) who photographed Dutch society for the Rijksmuseum as part of the Document Nederland “Buren” (Neighbors), in the first temporary exhibition Modern Times held in the newly opened Philips Wing, 2014. Photograph: Mary Bouquet.