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|1.||Matt Saunders, Danger Man #1, 2010 2010.82<|
|2.||Adam McEwen, Untitled (Macaulay), 2004 2006.94.3<|
|3.||John Baldessari, An Artist Is Not Merely the Slavish Announcer . . ., 1966–68 92.21<|
|4.||Man Ray, Rayograph, 1924 97.140.2<|
|5.||Laurie Simmons, Walking Camera II (Jimmy the Camera), 1987 94.107<|
|6.||Stuart Davis, Owh! in San Paõ, 1951 52.2<|
|7.||Richard Artschwager, Description of Table, 1964 66.48<|
|8.||Paul Thek, Untitled, 1966 93.14<|
|9.||Singular Visions (Dec 16, 2010–Aug 5, 2012) exhibition page|
|10.||Cory Arcangel: Pro Tools (May 26–Sep 11, 2011) exhibition page|
|11.||Paul Thek: Diver, A Retrospective (Oct 21, 2010–Jan 9, 2011) exhibition page|
|12.||Current Exhibitions other web page|
|13.||Home other web page|
|14.||Cory Arcangel: Pro Tools other web page|
|15.||Roy Lichtenstein, Girl in Window (Study for World’s Fair Mural), 1963 2002.254<|
|16.||A Few Frames: Photography and the Contact Sheet (Sep 25, 2009–Jan 3, 2010) exhibition page|
|17.||Janine Antoni, Mortar and Pestle, 1999 99.53<|
|18.||Robert Morris (b. 1931) artist page|
|19.||Robert Rauschenberg, Untitled, c. 1951 2002.260<|
|20.||Keith Haring, Untitled, 1981 97.89.2<|
|21.||R. H. Quaytman, Distracting Distance, Chapter 16, 2010 2010.56<|
|22.||Steven Parrino, Process Cult, 2004 2006.70<|
|23.||Ad Reinhardt, Abstract Painting, 1960–66 98.16.3<|
|24.||Bruce Nauman, Green Horses, 1988 2007.130<|
|25.||Shirin Neshat (b. 1957) artist page|
|26.||Robert Longo, Untitled, 1981 91.55<|
|27.||John Coplans, Self-Portrait (Interlocking Fingers, No. 18), 2000 2000.98<|
|28.||Annette Lemieux (b. 1957) artist page|
|29.||Anne Collier (b. 1970) artist page|
|30.||Paul Sharits, Shutter Interface, 1972 2000.263<|
|31.||Paul Thek (1933–1988) artist page|
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