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|1.||John F. Simon, Jr., Color Panel v1.0, 1999 99.88a-c<|
|2.||Vik Muniz (b. 1961) artist page|
|3.||Robert Morris (b. 1931) artist page|
|4.||Anne Truitt (1921–2004) artist page|
|5.||Ezra Stoller, Whitney Museum of American Art (at night), New York City (1966), Architect: Marcel Breuer, 1966 2000.86<|
|6.||Robert Smithson (1938–1973) artist page|
|7.||Tony Smith, Die, 1962 89.6<|
|8.||Paul Sharits, Shutter Interface, 1972 2000.263<|
|9.||Richard Serra, Prop, 1968 (refabricated 2007) 69.20a-b<|
|10.||Ad Reinhardt, Abstract Painting, Red, 1952 98.16.1<|
|11.||Ad Reinhardt, Abstract Painting, 1960–66 98.16.3<|
|12.||R. H. Quaytman (b. 1961) artist page|
|13.||Barnett Newman (1905–1970) artist page|
|14.||Donald Judd, Untitled, 1965 66.53<|
|15.||Agnes Martin, Milk River, 1963 64.10<|
|16.||Brice Marden, Summer Table, 1972–73 73.30<|
|17.||Alvin Loving, Rational Irrationalism, 1969 69.74a-b<|
|18.||Robert Ryman, Boundary, Box 7, 1990 2002.264a-e<|
|19.||579ab other web page|
|20.||Ellsworth Kelly, La Combe I, 1950 2002.249<|
|21.||Donald Judd, Untitled, 1968 68.36<|
|22.||Donald Judd (1928–1994) artist page|
|23.||Peter Halley (b. 1953) artist page|
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