Richard Diebenkorn - 'Berkeley Series' #23, 1955. (" Berkeley #23 and #39 have an increased variety of colour and calligraphic vitality. The grid-like sections of heavily stroked paint are separated by fragments of line drawing, giving the effect of an aerial landscape ending in a narrow strip of sky. Some of the last paintings in the series return to the desert landscape colours arranged in a more ordered formality." Poul Webb)
Richard Diebenkorn 'Berkeley Series' - 1954 #8. " The early Berkeley pictures, such as Berkeley #8 (1954) are, like the previous works done while still in Albuquerque, cut by horizontal lines or bands of colour suggesting a hilly landscape. Their colours are also reminiscent of the pinks and browns of the earlier New Mexico paintings." Poul Webb)
Short experimental dance film Tingel Tangel by Kathryn Ferguson combines two dancers and a wooden dance machine built to parody the Busby Berkeley style chorus lines of the 1920′s. Dancers and choreographers are performers Paloma Faith and Beatrice Brown.