|1.||Richard Serra, Out-of-Round IX, 1999 2000.10|
|2.||R. H. Quaytman, Distracting Distance, Chapter 16, 2010 2010.55|
|3.||Vik Muniz, Picture of Dust (Tony Smith, Die, 1962, installed at the Whitney Museum in “From the Collection: Photography, Sculpture, and Painting,” July 14, 1994–February 26, 1995), 2000 2001.56|
|4.||Cy Twombly (1928–2011) artist page|
|5.||James Turrell, Site Plan, Roden Crater II, 1990 95.156|
|6.||Margaret Bourke-White, Dam at Fort Peck, Montana, 1936 92.55|
|7.||William Wegman, Valleys, 1998 99.28|
|8.||Trenton Doyle Hancock (b. 1974) artist page|
|9.||Isamu Noguchi, Work Sheets for Sculpture, 1945 74.46|
|10.||Ellen Gallagher, Watery Ecstatic, 2001 2003.73|
|11.||Ezra Stoller, Whitney Museum of American Art (at night), New York City (1966), Architect: Marcel Breuer, 1966 2000.86|
|12.||Mel Bochner, Ten to 10, 1972 77.28|
|13.||579ab other web page|
|14.||Robert Rauschenberg, Untitled, c. 1951 2002.259a-d|
|15.||Edward Ruscha, Two Sheets Stained With Blood, 1973 2005.50|
|16.||Vija Celmins, Ocean Surface Woodcut, 1992 92.34|
|17.||Hiroshi Sugimoto, Avalon Theatre, Catalina Island, 1993 95.48|
|18.||Lee Krasner (1908–1984) artist page|
|19.||Susan Rothenberg (b. 1945) artist page|
|20.||Shirin Neshat (b. 1957) artist page|
|21.||Kiki Smith, Flock, 1998 2006.79a-eeeeeeeee|
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