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The Art of Video Games

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October 24, 2012 - January 13, 2013
The Art of Video Games: from the Smithsonian American Art Museum

DAVID CRANE, Pitfall!, 1982, Atari VCS, Activision Publishing, All trade names and trademarks are properties of their respective parties. All Rights Reserved

SHIGERU MIYAMOTO, TAKASHI TEZUKA, HIROSHI YAMAUCHI, directors; SATORU IWATA, executive producer; KONJI KONDO, composer, Super Mario Brothers 3, 1990, Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo of America, Inc.

DOUG TENNAPEL, original concept, character designer, voice actor; TOMMY TALLARICO, composer; STEVE CROW, lead artist; DAVID LUEHMANN, producer, Earthworm Jim, 1994, © 1994 Interplay Entertainment Corp. Earthworm Jim, the Earthworm Jim logo, Interplay, the Interplay logo, and “By Gamers. For Gamers.” Are trademarks or registered trademarks of Interplay Entertainment Corp. in the U.S. and other countries. All Rights Reserved

CASEY HUDSON, director; MAC WALTERS, DREW KARPYSHYN, writers; CASEY HUDSON, producer, Mass Effect 2, Microsoft Xbox 360, 2010, © 2010 Electronic Arts, Inc. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

JEREMY H. SMITH, executive producer; TOBY GARD, HEATHER GIBSON, NEAL BOYD, graphic artists; JASON GOSLING, PAUL DOUGLAS, GAVIN RUMMERY, programmers, Tomb Raider, SEGA Saturn, 1996, © 1996 SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. All Rights Reserved.
SHIGERU MIYAMOTO, executive producer; EIJI AONUMA, director; SATORU TAKIZAWA, art director, EIJI AONUMA, SATORU IWATA, producers, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Nintendo Wii, 2006, Nintendo of America, Inc.

Biography of exhibition curator, Chris Melissinos

Exhibition press release

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