The 10 Most Instagrammed Works at the Hammer

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    John Singer Sargent, “Dr. Pozzi at Home,” 1881. Oil on canvas. 79 3/8 x 40 1/4 in. (201.6 x 102.2 cm). The Armand Hammer Collection, Gift of the Armand Hammer Foundation. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
    Photo by: @dannyfirst
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    Machine Project, "Sound piece for the Hammer Museum,” 2010.
    Photo by: @nondestiny
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    Mark Hagen, “To Be Titled (Additive Sculpture, Los Angeles Screen),” 2012. Steel, cement, iron oxide pigment. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Purchase.
    Photo by: @adarable13
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    Yunhee Min, "For Instance,” 2008. Velour, aluminum. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
    Photo by: @skyzzle
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    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, “Touc, Seated on a Table,” ca. 1879-1881. Oil on panel. 9 1/4 x 5 9/16 in. (23.5 x 14.1 cm). The Armand Hammer Collection, Gift of the Armand Hammer Foundation. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
    Photo by: @melliko_o
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    Thomas Heatherwick, "Spun Chair," 2007-2011.
    Photo by: @benjaminfielder
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    Oscar Tuazon, “Mind Pipeline,” 2016. Aluminum. Courtesy of the artist; Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich; and Maccarone, New York/Los Angeles.
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    Jennifer Steinkamp, “Mike Kelley 3,” 2007. Computer-animated projection. 29:13-min continuous loop. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Purchase.
    Photo by: @calvingerus
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    Michael Maltzan Architecture, John V. Tunney Bridge, 2015.
    Photo by: @eileenahn
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    Johanna Jackson and Chris Johanson, Untitled, 2012. Wood, canvas, foam. Hammer, Los Angeles. Purchase.
    Photo by: @spacemandy