|1.||Charles Sheeler, Office Interior, Whitney Studio Club, 10 West 8 Street, c. 1928 93.24.1|
|2.||Weegee (Arthur Fellig), I Cried When I Took This Picture, 1939 96.90.5|
|3.||Edward Steichen, Portrait of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, 1937 89.7|
|4.||Saul Leiter, The Village, 1947 97.98.5|
|5.||Ilse Bing, Untitled (Studio self-portrait), 1945 2001.388|
|6.||Weegee (Arthur Fellig), The Critic, 1943 96.90.2|
|7.||Lisette Model, Sammy’s, New York, 1940–44 97.98.12|
|8.||Gordon Parks, Bandaged Hands, Muhammad Ali, 1966 98.59|
|9.||Danny Lyon, Two SNCC Workers, Selma, 1963 95.6|
|10.||Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #35, 1979 88.50.4|
|11.||Duane Hanson, Woman with Dog, 1977 78.6|
|12.||Hannah Wilke, S.O.S. – Starification Object Series, 1974 2005.33|
|13.||Mary Ellen Mark, The Damm Family in Their Car, Los Angeles, California, 1987 2001.162|
|14.||Robert Mapplethorpe, Ken Moody and Robert Sherman, 1984 97.103.3|
|15.||Jamel Shabazz, Untitled (Hat Guys), 1980 (printed 2001) 2010.131|
|16.||Stephen Vitiello, World Trade Center Recordings: Winds After Hurricane Floyd, 1999 and 2002 2003.89|
|17.||Shirin Neshat, Unveiling, 1993 2000.267|
|18.||Patricia Coffie, Head of State I, 2007 (printed 2009) 2009.83|
|19.||Jeff Koons, Untitled (Girl with Dolphin and Monkey), 2006 2006.80.1.2|
|20.||Janine Gordon, Plant your feet on the ground and propel, 2001 2002.161|
|21.||Lewis Hine, Newsies at Skeeters Branch, St. Louis, Missouri, c. 1910 98.77.1|
|22.||Alfred Stieglitz, The City of Ambition, 1910 (printed 1911) 2007.49|
|23.||Alfred Stieglitz, The Steerage, 1907 77.106|
|24.||Man Ray, La Fortune, 1938 72.129|
Whitney Biennial 2006:
Day for Night (Mar 2–May 28, 2006) exhibition page
|26.||Andy Warhol Film Project other web page|
|27.||Behind the Scenes: Georgia O’Keeffe (Thurs, Oct 22, 2009 4:30–6 PM) event page|
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