|1.||Felix Gonzalez-Torres, “Untitled” (America), 1994–95 96.74.1a-l|
|2.||Modern Life: Edward Hopper and His Time other web page|
|3.||Edward Ruscha, Hudson, Amarillo, Texas, 1962 2004.474|
|4.||Edward Ruscha, Knox Less, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1962 2004.479|
|5.||Edward Ruscha, Standard Station, Amarillo, Texas, 1962 2004.461|
|6.||Philip Guston, Drawing for Conspirators, 1930 82.20|
|7.||Danny Lyon, Two SNCC Workers, Selma, 1963 95.6|
|8.||Danny Lyon, Two SNCC Workers, Selma, 1963 95.7|
|9.||Danny Lyon, Two SNCC Workers, Selma, 1963 (printed 1964) 95.8|
|10.||Martha Rosler (b. 1943) artist page|
|11.||Louis Lozowick, Corner of Steel Plant, 1929 96.68.202|
|12.||Raphael Soyer, The Mission, 1933 36.59|
|13.||Hans Haacke, Shapolsky et al. Manhattan Real Estate Holdings, a Real-Time Social System, as of May 1, 1971, 1971 2007.148a-gg|
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