Edward Ruscha "EVERY BUILDING ON SUNSET STRIP", Self Published, 1971. First Edition, Limited 1000 copies

Edward Ruscha "EVERY BUILDING ON SUNSET STRIP", Self Published, 1971. First Edition, Limited 1000 copies

NYC Guardian Angels - 1983

Going underground once more

Ed Ruscha's 26 Gas Stations, Route 66

Ed Rusha - Twentysix Gasoline Stations- "drawing attention to things that perhaps people didn't think needed drawing attention to"

Every Building on the Sunset Strip

Every Building on the Sunset Strip, Ed Ruscha. Self-published book, offset lithograph, 1966 (second printing 7 x 5 x in. Open unfolded: 7 x 297 in. The Getty Research Institute, © Ed Ruscha

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

Mark Power's project '26 different endings' explores the boundaries of the London A-Z. The coverage of the map changes with each new edition. Someone somewhere decides, year by year, where it should end; which parts of the periphery of London should be included, and which should not. This project is about the unfortunate places that fall just off the edge.

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