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|1.||Ad Reinhardt, Abstract Painting, 1960–66 98.16.3<|
|2.||Gabriel Orozco, Parachute in Iceland (South), 1996 97.36<|
|3.||Vito Acconci (b. 1940) artist page|
|4.||Isamu Noguchi, Humpty Dumpty, 1946 47.7a-e<|
|5.||Christo (b. 1935) artist page|
|6.||John Baldessari, Ashputtle, 1982 83.8a-m<|
|7.||John Baldessari, I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art, 1971 2007.121<|
|9.||Nan Goldin, The Ballad of Sexual Dependency, 1979–96 92.127<|
|10.||Sherrie Levine (b. 1947) artist page|
|11.||Claes Oldenburg, Ice Bag–Scale C, 1971 72.4a-rr<|
|12.||Doug Aitken, Untitled (Shopping Cart), 2000 2006.134<|
|13.||John Chamberlain (1927–2011) artist page|
|14.||Robert Mapplethorpe, Ken Moody and Robert Sherman, 1984 97.103.3<|
|15.||Eva Hesse (1936–1970) artist page|
|16.||Martin Puryear (b. 1941) artist page|
|17.||Charles Simonds, Dwellings, 1981 81.11a-c<|
|18.||Robert Gober, Untitled, 1991 92.6<|
|19.||Bruce Nauman, Self Portrait as a Fountain, 1966–67 70.50.9<|
|20.||Barry Le Va (b. 1941) artist page|
|21.||Richard Avedon, Bill Curry, drifter, Interstate 40, Yukon, Oklahoma, 6/16/80, 1980 98.24<|
|22.||Charles Ray, Puzzle Bottle, 1995 95.85a-b<|
|23.||Independent study program other web page|
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