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|1.||Charles Demuth, Distinguished Air, 1930 68.16<|
|2.||Sol LeWitt, Scribbles (Whitney), 2007 2007.149<|
|3.||Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (north by northwest), 2004 2005.169<|
|4.||Eve Sussman, 89 Seconds at Alcazar, 2004 2005.86<|
|5.||Fred Tomaselli, Gravity’s Rainbow (Large), 1999 2000.9a-e<|
|6.||Janine Antoni, Mortar and Pestle, 1999 99.53<|
|7.||William Wegman, Cotto, 1970 92.14<|
|8.||Glen Seator, B.D.O., 1997 97.54<|
|9.||Robert Ryman, Boundary, Box 7, 1990 2002.264a-e<|
|10.||Mary Ellen Mark, The Damm Family in Their Car, Los Angeles, California, 1987 2001.162<|
|11.||John Baldessari, Ashputtle, 1982 83.8a-m<|
|12.||John Baldessari, I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art, 1971 2007.121<|
|13.||Robert Longo, Untitled, 1981 91.55<|
|14.||George Segal, Walk, Don’t Walk, 1976 79.4a-f<|
|15.||Alexander Calder, Object with Red Discs, 1931 86.49a-c<|
|16.||Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era (May 24–Sep 16, 2007) exhibition page|
|17.||Philip Pearlstein, Female Model on Oriental Rug with Mirror, 1968 84.69<|
|18.||Andy Warhol, Tomato, 1968 69.13.9<|
|19.||Edward Ruscha, Phillips 66, Flagstaff, Arizona, 1962 2004.467<|
|20.||Weegee (Arthur Fellig), Untitled (Simply Add Boiling Water), 1937 96.90.10<|
|21.||Margaret Bourke-White, Dam at Fort Peck, Montana, 1936 92.55<|
|22.||Margaret Bourke-White, The Louisville Flood, 1937 92.58<|
|23.||Charles Sheeler, River Rouge Plant, 1932 32.43<|
|24.||Elsie Driggs, Pittsburgh, 1927 31.177<|
|25.||Jackson Pollock, Number 27, 1950, 1950 53.12<|
|26.||Mark Rothko, Untitled (Blue, Yellow, Green on Red), 1954 2002.261<|
|27.||Edward Hopper, Railroad Sunset, 1929 70.1170<|
|28.||Edward Hopper, Seven A.M., 1948 50.8<|
|29.||Stanton Macdonald-Wright, “Oriental”; Synchromy in Blue-Green, 1918 52.8<|
|30.||Max Weber, Chinese Restaurant, 1915 31.382<|
|31.||Georgia O’Keeffe, Music, Pink and Blue No. 2, 1918 91.90<|
|32.||Cy Twombly, Untitled, 1969 69.29<|
|33.||Robert Rauschenberg, Satellite, 1955 91.85<|
|34.||Robert Mapplethorpe, Calla Lily, 1988 97.103.4<|
|35.||Alice Neel, Andy Warhol, 1970 80.52<|
|36.||Robert Mapplethorpe, Ken Moody and Robert Sherman, 1984 97.103.3<|
|37.||Richard Diebenkorn, Ocean Park #125, 1980 80.36<|
|38.||Edward Hopper, A Woman in the Sun, 1961 84.31<|
|39.||Willem de Kooning, Woman and Bicycle, 1952–53 55.35<|
|40.||Wayne Thiebaud, Pie Counter, 1963 64.11<|
|41.||Man Ray, La Fortune, 1938 72.129<|
Whitney Biennial 2006:
Day for Night (Mar 2–May 28, 2006) exhibition page
|43.||Andy Warhol Film Project other web page|
|44.||Behind the Scenes: Georgia O’Keeffe (Thurs, Oct 22, 2009 4:30–6 PM) event page|
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