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Brett Day Windham
Brett Day Windham

Brett Day Windham, Rosary, 2008-2013, mixed media. Courtesy Brett Day Windham.

Tania Bruguera
Tania Bruguera

Tania Bruguera, Displacement, 1998 – 1999. Medium: Embodying a Nkisi Nkonde icon, Behavior Art. Materials: Cuban earth, glue, wood, nails / textile. Dimensions variable. Courtesy Studio Bruguera.

Pope.L
Pope.L

Pope.L, The Great White Way, 22 miles, 9 years, 1 street (Whitney version), 2001. Courtesy of the artist and Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NY. © Pope.L

Zhang Huan
Zhang Huan

Zhang Huan, My New York: performance, 2002 Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 2002. Still courtesy the artist.

Marina Abramović
Marina Abramović

Marina Abramović, Role Exchange, Performance, 4 hours, De Appel Gallery, Red Light District, Amsterdam, 1975. © Marina Abramović. Courtesy Marina Abramović and Sean Kelly Gallery New York.

Lee Mingwei
Lee Mingwei

Lee Mingwei, 100 Days with Lily, 1995. Silver dye bleach print (ilfochrome). (One of five pieces), 166.5 x 115 cm each. Photo: Anita Kan.

Arman
Arman

Arman, Petits Déchets Bourgeois, 1959, Accumulation of household garbage in wood box with glass cover, 23 x 15.75 x 4.75 in (58.4 x 40 x 12.1 cm).

Ingrid Calame
Ingrid Calame

Ingrid Calame, g'-kgg kooo-kggkoo-kggkoo, 2003, enamel on aluminum, 48 x 48 inches (121.9 x 121.9 cm), Collection of Miles & Avery McEnery, New York.

Allan Espiritu
Allan Espiritu

Allan Espiritu (American, born 1970), I Fall Deeper and Deeper and It Gets Sweeter and Sweeter. Over and Over series, 2016–17. Digital color prints on paper. Courtesy of the artist. Photo Credit: Eric Sison Photography.

Allan Espiritu
Allan Espiritu

Allan Espiritu (American, born 1970), I Was So Blind I Could Not See. Over and Over series, 2016–17. Digital color prints on paper. Courtesy of the artist. Photo Credit: EMILIA RANDLER.

Keith Haring
Keith Haring

Keith Haring, Untitled (Still Alive in ‘85), 1985, Chalk on paper. 83 x 41 inches. Courtesy of the Collection of Larry Warsh and the Haring Foundation. © Keith Haring Foundation.