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The BCG on the rifle on the right looks weird (port door appears to be open), the Elcans look weird, and the possession of uppers not H&K just strike me as weird for this being ST6. Also the center rifle appears to have a DD RIS II, so the photo can't be that old. Adam Brown (RIP) used PVS-14s, but that was because one of his eyes was injured and was out. I could be wrong, but it just feels "off." ]By that time around, they would have been using HK416, right (~2003- )?

Guggenheim Museum Library and Archives OOhirs MODEKi\ SCl ILPTli KK MODERi mmm FROM THE JOSEPH H. lil Gli EMIEIM MISEIM, .\E\V VUKk © 1962, The Solomon R. an intent to relate, as far as possible, the visual substance of a work of art to its broader historic and stylistic framework. Since the text of this book will deal fully with the sculpture, perhaps a few notes on the Collection are in order. Hirshhorn started his Collection about 30 years ago. Each developed his own characteristic style, but both have continued to explore their stated principles. In these, enormously elongated figures stand or walk in isolation, lost in a great void of the spirit. These inspired some of his most tender family groups and some of his most classic, restrained and monumental draped figures {Draped Reclining Figure, 1952-53) (No. The early fifties brought forth new experiments in attenuated, angular 'bone figures'. 320) with their masks for faces, their flattened out, leaf-like figures, attain a sense of personality, of a regal dignity. 330) is a macabre and tragic symbol of a world bent on destroying itself. I had to dig deep in my Crane notes for that and I didn't see it in the Techincal Repair Standard. Mk17 Mod 0 (top), Mk18 (mid), Mk18 URG (bottom) Family Muzzle Break Suppressor Carbine (FMBSC) or Surefire's SOCOM break Do not ask me who came up with that.I had to dig deep in my Crane notes for that and I didn't see it in the Techincal Repair Standard. Mk17 Mod 0 (top), Mk18 (mid), Mk18 URG (bottom) Just received RAHG for my HK416 build.Guggenheim Foundation, New York Library oj Congress Card Catalogue Number 62-19719 Printed in the United States oj America TRUSTEES HARRY F. The presentation of MODERN SCULPTURE FROM THE JOSEPH H. Guggenheim Museum required a large collective el Tort involving tin- (■(ini| throughout tlie project by Mr. Freedom of action, u'hich would seem to be a cornerstone of Mr. With these men was born a new concept, one of the most influential in the history of sculpture. These are not fantasies in the sense of the deliberate shock practiced by the surrealists. In the mid-fifties, as well, Moore produced a series of "L pright Motifs' of which the most notable is the Glenkiln Cross (1955-56) (No.

ART ADMIXISTRATION ELEANOR, COUNTESS CASTLE STEWART MRS. Hirshhorn's demonstrated commitment toward the little known and experimental — a balance fundamental to the collector's intentions — was also an element to be preserved at all cost in the reduced exhibition version. When the Trustees of the Guggen- heim Museum suggested a much larger and more comprehensive presentation ivhich would offer an even broader survey of modern sculpture, we ivere delighted to cooperate. The Manifesto renounced volume and mass as primary sculptural elements and substituted depth as defined by planes or lines; it renounced the static rhythms of past sculpture and substituted 'kinetic rhythms as the basic forms of our perception of real time.' Gabo pursued these ideas in Germany in the twenties and after 1946, in the United States. The early works are surrealist dream creations in a specific sense, with strange objects scattered about a large plane, to establish a mood of haunting mystery in which space or emptiness becomes a sensation of over- powering loneliness. These experiments were soon translated back into figures in which he opened up great voids which became the material of the sculpture, rather than the stone or wood. 313) The exploration of spatial problems led Moore in the forties and fifties to a greater use of bronze, in which material he could open up the figures to the point where the bronze was simply a frame, defining the forms of the voids. 315) is one of a series of intricate and subtle arrangements of solids and voids achieving a complete interpene- tration. It is free to move in any direction and the degree to which it profits from such autonomy is often the index of its quality. Hirshhom acqwxei Ms first sculpture, a piece b-v fokn. he ecide Tidr felt he leas merely adding to Ms collection a somewkat different kind at art object, oae thai maald eomplemeal the paiiitings aad extend Us range of interest. In time it became evident that tie limited creation of semlptmre. Ammsam ias produced lie book and mritten an illumimating commentary on lie eo Beeliom ami lie pra Uems of modem sculpture. This rubbish is seen by these sculptors as part of the landscape of our society, a landscape of decay, destruction. In some of her recent bronzes, such as Porthmeor (Sea Form) (1958) (No.