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1. Claes Oldenburg, Soft Toilet, 1966  79.83a-b
2. Claes Oldenburg, Giant BLT (Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato Sandwich), 1963  2002.255a-s  On view in the museum iconOn view in the museum icon
3. Joseph Kosuth, Five Words in Green Neon, 1965  93.42a-c
4. Jeff Koons, Untitled (Girl with Dolphin and Monkey), 2006  2006.80.1.2
5. Corita Kent, Who Came Out Of The Water, 1966  2007.43
6. Mike Kelley, More Love Hours Than Can Ever Be Repaid and The Wages of Sin, 1987  89.13a-e
7. Roni Horn, Ellipsis (II), 1998  2001.13a-lll
8. Robert Gober, Untitled, 1991  92.6
9. Dara Friedman, Bim Bam, 1999  2000.147
10. Mabel Dwight, Brothers, 1928  31.719
11. E.V. Day, Bombshell, 1999  2002.318
12. Stuart Davis, Owh! in San PaƵ, 1951  52.2
13. Christo, The Gates, Project for Central Park, New York City, 2003  2004.419a-b
14. Louise Bourgeois, Spider Woman, 2005  2006.76
15. Lee Bontecou, Untitled, 1961, 1961  61.41
16. Lynda Benglis, Contraband, 1969  2008.14
17. Thomas Hart Benton, The Lord is My Shepherd, 1926  31.100
18. Matthew Barney, DRAWING RESTRAINT 7, 1993  93.33
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