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|1.||Alice Neel, Andy Warhol, 1970 80.52|
|2.||Matthew Barney, DRAWING RESTRAINT 2 (document), 1988 91.37a-e|
|3.||Matthew Barney, DRAWING RESTRAINT 7, 1993 93.33|
|4.||Ryan McGinley, Elevator, 1999 2003.311|
|5.||Catherine Murphy, View From the Backyard; Lexington, 1972–73 73.27|
|6.||Ellen Gallagher, Watery Ecstatic, 2001 2003.73|
|7.||Pat Steir, September Evening Waterfall, 1991 2001.322|
|8.||Weegee (Arthur Fellig), Untitled (Simply Add Boiling Water), 1937 96.90.10|
|9.||Weegee (Arthur Fellig) (1899–1968) artist page|
|10.||Ad Reinhardt, Abstract Painting, 1960–66 98.16.3|
|11.||Isamu Noguchi, Humpty Dumpty, 1946 47.7a-e|
|12.||Isamu Noguchi, Work Sheets for Sculpture, 1945 74.46|
|13.||Simone Forti, Striding Crawling, 1977 2003.88|
|14.||Robert Motherwell, Three Figures Shot, 1944 81.31|
|15.||Franz Kline (1910–1962) artist page|
|16.||William Eggleston, Huntsville, Alabama, 1971 91.100.3|
|17.||William Eggleston, Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973 (printed 1980) 94.111|
|18.||Collier Schorr, Herbert: Weekend Leave (A Conscript Rated T1), Kirschbaum, 2001 2002.105|
|19.||Yayoi Kusama, Air Mail Stickers, 1962 64.34|
|20.||Yayoi Kusama, Fireflies on the Water, 2002 2003.322a-tttttttt|
|21.||Robert Rauschenberg, Untitled, c. 1951 2002.260|
|22.||Robert Rauschenberg, Satellite, 1955 91.85|
|23.||Christo, The Gates, Project for Central Park, New York City, 2003 2004.419a-b|
|24.||Rudolf Stingel, Untitled (after Sam), 2005–06 2006.105|
|25.||Sol LeWitt, Scribbles (Whitney), 2007 2007.149|
|26.||Katy Grannan, Jada, Sugar Camp Road, Saxton, Pennsylvania, 2003 2004.397|
|27.||Katy Grannan, Nicole, Sunnydale Avenue (II), 2006, printed 2007 2008.20|
|28.||Romare Bearden, Eastern Barn, 1968 69.14|
|29.||Robert Adams, Motel, 1969 (printed c. 1970) 96.12|
|30.||Susan Rothenberg (b. 1945) artist page|
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