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Matthew Marks Gallery, New York.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2000.
L. Neri, L. Cooke and T. de Duve, Roni Horn, London 2000 (another from the series illustrated in colour, pp. 70-73).
A. Brooks, Subjective Realities, Works from the Refco Collection of Contemporary Photography, Chicago 2003 (another from the series illustrated, p. 141).
Turin, Castello di Rivoli, Roni Horn, 2000 (another from the series exhibited).
London, Tate Modern, Roni Horn aka Roni Horn, 2009, p. 131 (another from the series exhibited, illustrated in colour, pp. 224-230). This exhibition later travelled to Avignon, Collection Lambert; New York, Whitney Museum of American Art and Boston, The Institute of Contemporary Art.