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Nuclear Family
Yinka Shonibare, MBE
1999
99.37
400 Men of African Descent
Marita Dingus
1997
98.43
Liminal Objects, No. 5
Gary Hill
1996
98.51
Kottler Posing As A Cubist
Howard Kottler
1987
89.5
SO GOOD IT COULD HAVE BEEN
DAFT KUNTZ, Collaboration between Victoria Haven and Dawn Cerny
2012
2015.2.1
17 years' supply
Wolfgang Tillmans
2014
2016.18
Inflammatory Essays
Jenny Holzer
1979-82
2012.9.20
Fountain II (Buddha)
Sherrie Levine
1996
97.40
Double Elvis
Andy Warhol
1963/1976
76.9
TV Legs, from the Phantom Limb series
Lynn Hershman Leeson
1987
95.79
Manga Ormolu version 5.0-h
Brendan Lee Satish Tang
2010
2011.27
Serious Games (I)
Harun Farocki
2009-2010
2012.12.1
Spells and Incantations
Jane Hammond
2007
2009.60
Seattle: Hidden Histories
Martha Rosler
1991-95
2016.15
MIRROR
Doug Aitken
2013
2013.2
Woman Landing on Man in the Moon
Ann Leda Shapiro
1971
2015.2.3
Winter Yellow
Agnes Martin
ca. 1952
84.191
Untitled
Jim Goldberg
1980 negative/1983 print
2016.10.4
Colored Vases
Ai Weiwei
2010
2013.33
Untitled
Donald Judd
1969
2014.25.36
12th Copper Corner, New York
Carl Andre
1975
2008.28
Untitled
Anselm Kiefer
1983
2012.30.3
Flower Ball
Takashi Murakami
2002
2016.24.1
The Pompeii Clowns
Max Beckmann
1950
55.74
Associate
Robert Ryman
1981
82.75
Host
Ellen Gallagher
1996
97.6
Mann und Maus
Katharina Fritsch
1991-92
2007.118
Les Demoiselles d'Alabama: Vestidas
Robert Colescott
1985
2016.12
X
Brenna Youngblood
2015
2016.7.2
Venus Revealed
Helen Frankenthaler
1973
2014.25.22
The Three
Barnett Newman
1962
2015.6
Manuscript
Robert Rauschenberg
1963
91.99
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