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|1.||Sara VanDerBeek, Ellipsis, 2010 2011.15|
|2.||Sara VanDerBeek, Baltimore Departure, 2010 2011.14|
|3.||Sara VanDerBeek, Walpurgisnacht, 2007 2007.138|
|4.||James Casebere, Spanish Bath (Vertical), 2003 2005.108|
|5.||Vera Lutter, Pepsi-Cola, Long Island City, IV: May 19, 1998, 1998 2000.219|
|6.||Roni Horn, Ellipsis (II), 1998 2001.13a-lll|
|7.||Emmet Gowin, Aeration Pond, Toxic Water Treatment Facility, Pine Bluff, Arkansas, 1989 (printed 1992) 99.5.3|
|8.||Scott Burton, Pair of Two-Part Chairs, Obtuse Angle, 1984 84.32a-d|
|9.||William Eggleston, Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973 (printed 1980) 94.111|
|10.||Michael Heizer, Actual Size: Munich Rotary, 1970 96.137|
|11.||Arthur Tress, Boy in Burnt Out Furniture Store, Newark, N.J., 1969 97.45.4|
|12.||Ezra Stoller, Whitney Museum of American Art (at night), New York City (1966), Architect: Marcel Breuer, 1966 2000.86|
|13.||Edward Ruscha, Beeline Gas, Holbrook, Arizona, 1962 2004.487|
|14.||Louis Stettner, Penn Station, 1958 98.67.3|
|15.||Ralston Crawford, Third Avenue Elevated, 1949 88.52|
|16.||Andreas Feininger, New York, 1940 2001.82|
|17.||Margaret Bourke-White, Dam at Fort Peck, Montana, 1936 92.55|
|18.||Ilse Bing, East River with Boat, New York, 1936 2001.376|
|19.||Charles Sheeler, Office Interior, Whitney Studio Club, 10 West 8 Street, c. 1928 93.24.1|
|20.||Alfred Stieglitz, The City of Ambition, 1910 (printed 1911) 2007.49|
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