568 PINTURA Las últimas vanguardias pictóricas

PINTURA
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grafiti de Banksy que se puede ver en la muestra de las calles de Nueva York. /BANKSY

AUTORES/OBRAS

J. Kosuth

Una y tres sillas (1965)

Y. Klein

Ceremonia de pintura (Action art)

Gilbert & George

Thirty five locations (2003)

D. Oppenheim


Stutter Pen (1994)

P. Manzoni

Mierda de artista (Arte povera) (1961)

Ch. Javacheff

Reichstag, Berlín (Land art) (1995)

R. Smithson

Muelle en espiral (Land art) (1970)


POSTMODERNIDAD

F. Clemente

Autorretrato (1982)

El rey araña oscureciendo el sol (1990)

S. Chia

Rough times (2004)


BAD PAINTING. USA

E. Fischl

Chico malo (1981)

J. Schnabel

Tipo étnico (1984)

Ritu Quadrupedis (1987)

D. Salle

Dual aspect picture (1986)

J. Koons

Conejo (1986)


ARTE URBANO

ART-URBANO

K. Haring

Sin título (1982)

J. M. Basquiat

Luna de Cadillac (1981)


NEOEXPRESIONISMO ALEMÁN

G. Baselitz

Los hijos de Olmo (1981)


Mamá folklore (1997)

A. Kiefer

Varus (1979)

Nuremberg (1982)

Al pintor desconocido (1983)

A. R. Penk

Posición (1971)


ARTE CONCEPTUAL:

ARTE CONCEPTUAL ART-CONCEPTUAL

Conceptualismo 

foton 
Matthias Kulka (CORBIS



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PRINCIPALES OBRAS DEL ARTE ACTUAL

Los primeros iconos del siglo

E. Hooper
Gas (1940)
Noctámbulos (1942)

J. Pollock (action painting)
Composición nº 16 (1948)
Ritmo de otoño (1950)

W. de Kooning
Hombre rojo con bigote (1971)

M. Rothko (espacialismo cromático)
Verde sobre azul
Luz, tierra y azul

R. Motherwell
Elegía a la República española nº 35

J. Dubuffet
Cuerpo de dama (1950)

A. Giacometti
Mujer de pie con moño (1949)

L. Freud
Muchacha con un perro blanco (1951)

F. Bacon
Cabeza IV (1949)
Inocencio X (1953)
Autorretrato (1973)

Balthus
Los días más felices (1946)
El dormitorio (1954)

A. Saura
El grito nº 7 (1959)

A. Tápies
El espíritu catalán

M. Miralles
Cuadro 173 (1962)

J. Oteiza
Caja metafísica (1958)

E. Chillida
El peine de los vientos (1977)

L. Fontana
Concepto espacial (1959)
Venecia era toda de oro (1961)

B. Newman
Obelisco roto. Rothko Chapel (1966)
Midnight Blue (1970)

J. Albers
IS-j (1973)
F. Stella
Sin título (1966)
A. Reinhardt
Pintura abstracta (1966)

R. Annuszkiewick
Agredido por el verde (1963)

V. Vasarely
Diam I (1988)

J. Tinguely
Plaza Stravinsky, París (1987)

J. Johnes
Tres banderas (1958)
Mapa (1958)

R. Rauschenberg
Pilgrim (1960)
Mercado negro (1961)
Retroactive I (1964)

Inglaterra
R. Hamilton

725 Richard Hamilton


¿Qué tienen los hogares modernos que los hacen tan atractivos? (1956)

P. Blake
Tienda de juguetes (1962)

D. Hockney
Gran chapuzón (1967)


Estados Unidos 


A. Warhol
Marylin (1964)
Lata de sopa Campbell (1968)
Brillo boxes (1969)

T. Wesselmann
Bathtub collage number 3 (1962)
Gran desnudo americano nº 57 (1964)
Desnudo nº 1 (1970)

R. Linchtenstein
Mujer en el baño (1963)
M-Maybe (1965)

J. Rosenquist
Area code (1970)

R. Indiana
Love (1966)

N. De Saint Phalle
Black Nana (1969)

D. Judd
Sin título (1980)

R. Artschwager
Silla (1966)

R. Serra
Serpiente (1997)
A matter of time (2005)

R. Estes
Cabinas de teléfonos (1967)
Lunch specials (2001)

A. López García
Gran Vía (1981)
Madrid desde Torres Blancas (1982)

D. Hanson
Supermarket lady
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Fotografía

Man Ray:

- El violón de Ingres. 1924
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 E. Hooper
Gas (1940)
Noctámbulos (1942)




 Richard Hamilton


“Just what is it makes that today’s homes so different, so appeling?”(¿Exactamente qué es lo que hace a los hogares de hoy en día tan diferentes, tan atractivos?) 


¿Qué tienen los hogares modernos que los hacen tan atractivos? (1956)

Tienda de juguetes (1962)

Gran chapuzón (1967)

Marylin (1964)

Lata de sopa Campbell (1968)

Brillo boxes (1969)

Bathtub collage number 3 (1962)

Gran desnudo americano nº 57 (1964)

Desnudo nº 1 (1970)

Mujer en el baño (1963)

M-Maybe (1965)

Area code (1970)

Love (1966)

Black Nana (1969)

EXPRESIONISMO ABSTRACTO

J. Pollock (action painting)

Composición nº 16 (1948)
Ritmo de otoño (1950)
W. de Kooning
Hombre rojo con bigote (1971)
649 De Kooning,

M. Rothko (espacialismo cromático)
Verde sobre azul
Luz, tierra y azul

R. Motherwell
Elegía a la República española nº 35


INFORMALISMO EN EUROPA


J. Dubuffet
Cuerpo de dama (1950)

A. Giacometti
Mujer de pie con moño (1949)


LA ESCUELA DE LONDRES


L. Freud
Muchacha con un perro blanco (1951)


F. Bacon
Cabeza IV (1949)
Inocencio X (1953)
Autorretrato (1973)


OTRAS MIRADAS

Balthus
Los días más felices (1946)
El dormitorio (1954)


ABSTRACCIÓN POSTPICTÓRICA


L. Fontana
Concepto espacial (1959)
Venecia era toda de oro (1961)


B. Newman
Obelisco roto. Rothko Chapel (1966)
Midnight Blue (1970)

J. Albers
IS-j (1973)

F. Stella
Sin título (1966)

A. Reinhardt
Pintura abstracta (1966)


OP ART

R. Annuszkiewick
Agredido por el verde (1963)

V. Vasarely
Diam I (1988)


ARTE CINÉTICO

J. Tinguely
Plaza Stravinsky, París (1987)

NEODADAÍSMO


J. Johnes
Tres banderas (1958)
Mapa (1958)

R. Rauschenberg
Pilgrim (1960)
Mercado negro (1961)

Retroactive I (1964)


POP ART

Inglaterra

R. Hamilton

P. Blake

D. Hockney

Estados Unidos

A. Warhol

T. Wesselmann

R. Linchtenstein

J. Rosenquist

R. Indiana

N. De Saint Phalle


MINIMAL ART

D. Judd
Sin título (1980)

R. Artschwager
Silla (1966)

R. Serra
Serpiente (1997)
A matter of time (2005)

HIPERREALISMO

R. Estes
Cabinas de teléfonos (1967)
Lunch specials (2001)

A. López García
Gran Vía (1981)
Madrid desde Torres Blancas (1982)


D. Hanson
Supermarket lady

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POSTMODERNIDAD

F. Clemente
Autorretrato (1982)
El rey araña oscureciendo el sol (1990)
S. Chia
Rough times (2004)

BAD PAINTING. USA

E. Fischl
Chico malo (1981)

J. Schnabel
Tipo étnico (1984)
Ritu Quadrupedis (1987)

D. Salle
Dual aspect picture (1986)

J. Koons
Conejo (1986)



ARTE URBANO

K. Haring
Sin título (1982)

J. M. Basquiat
Luna de Cadillac (1981)

NEOEXPRESIONISMO ALEMÁN

G. Baselitz
Los hijos de Olmo (1981)
Mamá folklore (1997)

A. Kiefer
Varus (1979)
Nuremberg (1982)
Al pintor desconocido (1983)

A. R. Penk
Posición (1971)

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POSTMODERNO EN ESPAÑA



Description : Pintado en 1991Técnica mixta sobre tela. 200 x 200 cm. Colección particular. Inglaterra. | Copyright : M.Barceló |

M. Barceló
Le Louvre, grande galerie (1985)
Femme portant une théière (1988)
Taula amb pop i calamar (1991)
Capilla de Sant Pere, catedral, Palma de Mallorca (2007)
J. Mª Sicilia
La luz que se apaga II (2003)

J. M. Broto
Intervalo VI (2003)

J. Gay
El viaje y la quietud (1999)

V. Mira
Homenaje a Bach

G. Pérez Villalta
Batalla (2004)

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 VANGUARDIAS

Arte en América: Expresionismo Abstracto


Informalismo en Europa

La pintura informalista en España


El Estilo Internacional

Continuadores del Proyecto Moderno

Opositores al Proyecto Moderno

Conceptualismo

Action Art

Arte Povera

Transvanguardia italiana

Neoexpresionismo alemán

Bad painting en USA

España postmoderna
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OBRAS




Kanayama, Akira, Footprints, 1956



Murakami Saburo, Untitled, 1956






Motonoga, Sadamasa, Water, 1956






Shimamoto, Shozo, Untitled, 1956












Klein, The Void, 1959, Iris Clert Gallery






Klein, IKB 79, 1959, Paint on canvas on wood

object: 1397 x 1197 x 32 mm

Tate






Klein, Untitled (Blue Monochrome), 1959












Klein, Blue Sponge Relief (Kleine Nachtmusik), 1960, Sponge, stone, and pigments on wood and canvas, 145 x 116 cm, Staedel Museum






Klein, Leap into the Void, 1960






Klein, Anthropométries, 1960 and Monotone Symphony, 1960












Manzoni, Line 11m, 1959



Manzoni, Artist's Breath, 1960



Manzoni, Eggs, 1960



Manzoni, Living Sculpture, 1961



Manzoni, Merda d'artista, 1961







Maciunas, In Memoriam Of

Adriano Olivetti, 1962



Fluxus Performance Corner, 1962






Nam June Paik

One For Violin Solo, 1962






Vautier, All is Art, 1964












Vautier, Total Art Match-Box, 1966






Vautier, Art is Useless, Go Home, 1971






Beuys, Fat Chair I, 1964












Beuys, How To Explain Pictures To A Dead Hare, Galerie Schmela, Duesseldorf, Nov. 26th, 1965






Beuys, I Like America and America Likes Me, 1974






Beuys, Plight, 1958/1985

43 rolls of felt, piano, black table, thermometer

310 x 890 x 1813 cm, Georges Pompidou Center






Kounellis, Cotoniera, 1967



Kounellis, Untitled, 1969, Galleria L’Attico, Rome



Anselmo, Untitled, 1968

Granite, copper, wire, lettuce

28 x 13 1/16 x 9 1/16 in. overall, Collection Centre Georges Pompidou



Anselmo, Torsion, 1968, iron and fabric 160 x 160 cm, Galleria Civica D’Arte Moderna, Torina



Broodthaers, Casserole and Closed Mussels, 1964, Mussel shells, pigment and polyester resin in painted iron pot, 305 x 279 x 248 mm, Tate
























Broodthaers, White Cabinet and White Table, 1965, painted cabinet, table, and eggshells, cabinet 33 7/8 x 32 1/4 x 24 1/2" (86 x 82 x 62 cm), table 41 x 39 3/8 x 15 3/4" (104 x 100 x 40 cm), MOMA



Broodthaers,




Femur of Belgian Man, 1964




Femur of a French Woman, 1969






Broodthaers, Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles, Section Financière (Museum of Modern Art, Department of Eagles, Financial Section), 1970-1971, Gold bar stamped with an eagle. Courtesy Galerie Beaumont, Luxembourg. Photo: J. Romero, courtesy Maria Gilissen






Broodthaers, The Farm Animals, 1974, lithograph on paper, 819 x 603 mm, on paper, print, Tate












Broodthaers, The Conquest of Space, 1975






Marioni, The Act of Drinking Beer with Friends is the “Highest form of Art”, 1970






Marioni, One Second Sculpture, 1970









Kos, Lot's Wife, 1969






Kos, The Sound of Ice Melting, 1970






Barry, The Gallery is Closed for the Duration of the Exhibition, 1969






de Maria, Munich Earth Room, 1968



de Maria, Art By Telephone, 1969



de Maria, Vertical Earth Kilometer, 1977 Kassel, Germany



de Maria, The Lightning Field, 1977, 400 stainless steel poles, each two inches in diameter and approximately 20 feet tall, imbedded permanently at intervals of 220 feet, over a rectangular area measuring one mile on one side and one kilometer on the othernear Corrales, New Mexico

Dia Art Foundation



Kosuth, One and Three Chairs, 1965







Nauman, A Rose Has No Teeth, 1965



Nauman, My Last Name Exaggerated

14 Times, 1967






Nauman, Self-Portrait As A

Fountain, part of “Eleven Color Photographs”, 1967






Nauman, Clown Torture, 1987, Color video, color-video projection, sound, Art Institute of Chicago












Nauman, Mapping the Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage), 2002






Buren, Manifestation, 1967, Salon de jeune peintures, Paris






Buren, Cloisters of San Lazarro, 1991, Venice












Acconci, Seedbed, 1971






Mitchell, Painting 1953, 1953






Mitchell, Chamonix, 1962, Oil on canvas, 200 x 217.2 cm (78 3/4 x 85 1/2 in.), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston










Mitchell, Land, 1989, oil on canvas, 280 x 400 cm (110 1/4 x 157 1/2 in.), NGA, Washington



Bourgeois, The Blind Leading The Blind, 1947-9



Bourgeois, Double Negative, 1963



Bourgeois, Cell, 1989-93



Bourgeois, Maman, 1999. Bronze and steel, 30 feet 5 inches x 29 feet 3 inches x 33 feet 7 inches, Edition of 6, 1 A.P. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao









Hesse, Hang-Up, 1965-6

Tate



Hesse, Untitled, or Not Yet, 1966

SFMOMA






Hesse, Accession II, 1967






Hesse, Expanded Expansion, 1969. Reinforced fiberglass poles and rubberized cheesecloth, three units of three, five, and eight poles, respectively: 122 x 60 inches; 122 x 120 inches; and 122 x 180 inches; 122 x 300 inches overall. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum












Hesse, Contingent, 1969

cheesecloth, latex, fiberglass

installation (variable) 350.0 (h) x 630.0 (w) x 109.0 (d) cm

NG Australia






Hesse, Untitled, 1970, Whitney Museum of American Art






Riley, Blaze I, 1962









Riley, Suspension, 1964






Riley, Zing, 1992






Holt, Star-Crossed, 1979

13’ x 30’, Miami University Art Museum, Ohio






Holt, Sun Tunnels (with tunnels for Draco, Perseus, Columba, and Capricorn), 1973-76, Lucin, Utah



Miss, Perimeters/Pavilions/Decoys, 1977-78, Nassua County Museum, Roslyn, NY



Cover of catalogue for Womanhouse, 1972

Miriam Schapiro and Judy Chicago on steps



Schapiro, Heartfelt, 1979



Schapiro, Wonderland, 1983

acrylic, fabric and plastic beads on canvas

90 x 144 1/2 in. (228.6 x 367.0 cm.)

Smithsonian American Art Museum



Chicago, The Dinner Party, 1974-79




















Lynda Benglis, "Artforum" advertisement, 1974, Photograph, 27 x 54 cm



Schneemann, Meat Joy, 1964






Schneemann, Interior Scroll, 1975






Wilke, S.O.S. Starification Object

Series, 1974, Performalist self-portrait with Les Wollan, one of 35 black and white photographs in the Mastication Box, a game box with photographs, chewing gum sculptures, playing cards, instructions for play, Ronald Feldman Fine Art












Wilke, July 26, 1992/February 19, 1992

#4, Performalist self-portrait with Donald Goddard, chromagenic supergloss prints with overlaminate, 2 panels: 71 1/2 x 47 1/2 inches each, Collection: Helsinki City Art Museum,






Kelly, Post-Partum Document, 1973-1979






Kelly, Post-Partum Document, 1973-1979 (1978)












Piper, Untitled for Max’s Kansas City, 1970






Piper, Catalysis III, 1970






Piper, Catalysis IV, 1970






Piper, Self-Portrait

Exaggerating My

Negroid Features, 1981



Mendieta, Rape/Murder, 1973



Mendieta, Untitled #401, 1977






Mendieta, Untitled, late 1970s



Guerilla Girls, 1985















Guerilla Girls, 1989



Baselitz, Rebel, 1965, Oil on canvas, 1627 x 1302 mm, Tate






Baselitz, The Gleaner, August 1978. Oil and tempera on canvas, 129 7/8 x 98 3/8 inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum






Baselitz, Orange Eater, 1981












Baselitz, The Girls of Olmo, 1981

Oil on canvas, 249 x 250 cm

Centre Georges Pompidou






Baselitz, Lazarus, 1984, Oil on canvas, 248.9 x 331.5 cm (98 x 130 1/2 in.), Museum of Fine Arts, Boston






Kiefer, Occuptations, 1969












Kiefer, Deutschlands Geisteshelden [Germany's Spiritual Heroes], 1973, oil and charcoal on burlap mounted on canvas, 120 1/2 x 267 3/4 inches, Broad Art Foundation






Kiefer, March Heath, 1974

Oil, acrylic, and shellac on burlap, 118 x 254 cm (46 1/2 x 100 in)

Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands






Kiefer, Margarete, 1981

Oil and straw on canvas, 280 x 380 cm (110 x 149 5/8)

Saatchi Collection, London






Kiefer, Your Golden Hair, Margarete, 1981, Oil, emulsion, and straw on canvas, 130 x 170 cm (51 3/16 x 67 in)

Collection Sanders, Amsterdam



Kiefer, Nigredo, 1984

Oil, acrylic, emulsion, shellac, and straw, on photograph, mounted on canvas, with woodcut

330 x 555 cm (130 x 218 1/2 in); Philadelphia Museum of Art



Kiefer, The High Priestess, 1985-91, two steel bookcases filled with gigantic lead books



Polke, Ich mach das schon Jess (I'll Take Care of That, Jess), 1972, Oil on felt, 124 x 112 3/16 in. (315 x 285 cm), Sammlung Essl, Klosterneuburg



Polke, This is how you sit correctly (after Goya), 1982

Acrylic on fabric, 200 x 190 cm

Private collection, Baden-Baden









Polke, Hochstand, 1984, acrylic, lacquer, on cotton



Richter, Ema (Nude on a Staircase), 1966

Oil on canvas

6' 6 3/4" x 51 3/16" (200 x 130 cm)

Museum Ludwig, Cologne






Richter, Annunciation after Titian, 1973

Oil on linen, 49 3/8" x 6' 6 7/8" (125.4 x 200.3 cm)

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington






Richter, Arrest 1

(Festnahme 1), 1988, Oil on Canvas, 92 cm X 126.5 cm, "October 18, 1977" series, MOMA












Richter, Confrontation 2

(Gegenüberstellung 2), 1988. Oil on Canvas

112 cm X 102 cm, "October 18, 1977" series, MOMA






Richter, Hanged

(Erhängte), 1988, Oil on Canvas

201 cm X 140 cm, "October 18, 1977" series, MOMA






Richter, Funeral (Beerdigung), 1988, Oil on Canvas

200 cm X 320 cm, "October 18, 1977" series, MOMA












Richter, Red-Blue-Yellow, 1972

Oil on canvas

59 1/16" x 59 1/16" (150 x 150 cm)

Di Bennardo Collection






Richter, Abstract Painting (726), 1990, Oil on canvas

unconfirmed: 2500 x 3500 mm

Tate






Schnabel, Circumnavigating the Sea

Of Shit, 1979






Schnabel, Exile, 1980



Schnabel, Portrait of God, 1981



Schnabel, The Unexpected Death of Blinky Palermo in the Tropics, 1983



Salle, View the Author Through Long Telescopes, 1980, Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 96 in., The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

The Barry Lowen Collection



Salle, Burning Bush, 1982, Oil and acrylic on canvas

H92 x w118 in.



Salle, Jockey, 1987, Oil and acrylic on canvas, h: 42 x w: 62 in, Baldwin Gallery









Fischl, Sleepwalker, 1979



Fischl, Bad Boy, 1981






Fischl, Her Master's Voice, 1983






Fischl, The Old Man’s

Boat and the Old

Man’s Dog, 1983












Longo, Untitled (City Men), 1987






Longo, Untitled (City Men), 1987






Longo, Tumbling Woman, 2001-02, cast bronze, Smart Museum of Art, Lent by The GUC Collection (Courtesy: Mary Boone Gallery, New York). This sculpture, installed in the courtyard shared by the Smart Museum and the Cochrane-Woods Art Center, was inspired by the events of September 11, 2001.












Haring, "Subway Drawing", 1980s






Haring, Untitled, 1981

Acrylic and Marker on Metal

47 1/4 x 47 1/4 inches

120 x 120 cm.






Haring, Untitled, 1984, Acrycli on muslin tarpaulin, 120 x 180 in, Private collection






Haring,




left - Untitled, 1984, vinyl paint on vinyl tarp, 8' x 8'

right - Untitled (for Bobby), 1984, acrylic on leather hide, 46" x 82 1/2"



Basquiat, Cadillac Moon, 1981



Basquiat, Untitled, 1981



Basquiat, MK, 1982



Basquiat, Hollywood Africans, 1983, Acrylic ,and Oil Paintstick on Canvas, 84" x 84", Collection of The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York









Basquiat, Horn Players, 1983



Basquiat, Flexible, 1984






Tansey, The Innocent Eye Test, 1981, oil on canvas, Metropolitan Museum of Art






Tansey, Action Painting II, 1984

Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada












Tansey, Triumph of the New York School, 1984

Oil on canvas, 74 x 120 in. (188 x 304.8 cm)

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York






Tansey, Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1987, Oil on canvas, 100 x 155 in. (254 x 393.7 cm)

Thomas Ammann, Zurich






Halley, Blue Cell with Triple Conduit, 1986

77 x 77 inches












Halley, Two Cells with Conduit, 1987. Day-Glo, acrylic, and Roll-a-Tex on canvas, two panels, 78 5/8 x 155 1/8 inches overall. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum






Halley, A Perfect World, 1993

acrylic, Day-Glo acrylic and Roll-a-Tex on canvas

90 x 147 3/16 inches

Broad Art Foundation






Levine, After Walker Evans, 1981






Levine, After Egon Schiele, 1982, Seven gelatin silver and eleven chromogenic prints; edition two of two, 35.6 x 27.9 cm (14 x 11 in.), each, unframed; 175.26 x 307.34 cm (69 x 121 in.), installed, Art Institute of Chicago



Levine, Fountain (after Marcel Duchamp: A.P.), 1991

Bronze, Walker Art Center



Horn, Scratching Both Walls at Once 1974-75



Horn, Ballet of the Woodpeckers, 1986

Mixed media installation, Tate



Horn, Concert for Anarchy,1990

Painted wood, metal and electronic components

unconfirmed: 1500 x 1060 x 1555 mm

Tate









Smith, (foreground) Untitled, 1989-1990, Two hundred thirty cast-glass piece (sperm), on three rubber sheets, 6 to 8 in. each, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles



Smith, Untitled, 1990, twelve mirrored and etched glass jars, 27 x 15 x 15 inches each, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles






Smith, Lilith, 1994, Silicon bronze and glass, Height: 33 in. (83.2 cm)

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston






Smith, Untitled (Train), 1994, wax with beads, 53 x 55 x 168 in., Collection of Mandy and Cliff Einstein












Smith, Born, 2002, Bronze, 39 x 101 x 24" (99.1 x 256.5 x 60.9 cm.), Albright Knox Gallery






Sherman, Untitled Film Still #10, 1978






Sherman, Untitled Film Still #21, 1978












Sherman, Untitled Film Still #34, 1979

Black-and-white photograph, AP 2/2; edition of 10 + 2 Aps, 10 X 8 in.

Metro Pictures






Holzer,T-shirt, 1983






Holzer, Untitled (Selections from Truisms, Inflammatory Essays, The Living Series, The Survival Series, Under a Rock, Laments, and Child Text), 1989

Extended helical tricolor L.E.D. electronic-display signboard in two sections, site-specific dimensions. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum






Kruger, Untitled (Not Perfect), 1980. Photograph, tape, and paint, mounted on paper board, 60 x 40 inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum



Kruger, Untitled (You Art Not Yourself), 1980

182.9x121.9cm



Kruger, Untitled (your body is a battleground), 1989

photographic silkscreen on vinyl

112 x 112 inches



Kruger, Installation At The Mary Boone Gallery, 1991



Hsieh, One Year Performance, 1978–1979 “The Cage Piece”: September 29th, 1978 through September 30th, 1979









Hsieh, One Year Performance, 1980–1981 “The Time Piece”: April 11th, 1980 through April 11th, 1981



Hsieh, Art / Life: One Year Performance, 1983–1984 (collaboration with Linda Montano)






Abramovic, Rhythm 10, 1973

Edinburgh Festival






Abramovic, Rhythm 5, 1974












Abramovic, Rest Energy, 1980






Abramovic, The House With the Ocean View, 2002, 12 day public performance, Sean Kelly Gallery, NY












Abramovic, The Artist is Present, 2010, performance with Ulay, MOMA












Eliasson, The Weather Project,

Tate Modern, London, 2003






Lee, The Tourist Project (13), 1997, Fujiflex print, 28 1/4 x 21 1/2 or 40 x 30 inches






Lee, The Hispanic Project (25), 1998, Fujiflex print, 21 1/2 x 28 1/4 or 30 x 40 inches






Lee, The Ohio Project (7), 1999, Fujiflex print, Collection of Leslie Tonkonow and Klaus Ottmann



Lee, The Hip Hop Project (29), 2001, Fujiflex print, 28 1/4 x 21 1/2 or 40 x 30 inches



Smith, from "The Artist's Rifle" Series, 1997



Smith, from "Make My Night" series, 1998



Smith, from "This Is Not Pornography" series, 2002












Koons, New Hoover Deluxe Shampoo Polishers, New Hoover Quik-Broom, New Shelton Wet/Drys Tripledecker, 1981-1987

Three shampoo polishers, three vacuum cleaners, plexyglas, 231 x 132 x 71 cm



Koons, One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank, 1985, Glass, steel, sodium chloride reagent, distilled water, basketball, 165 x 78 x 34 cm






Koons, Rabbit, 1986






Koons, Michael Jackson and Bubbles, 1988












Koons, Manet, 1991














Gilbert & George, The Singing Sculpture, 1970












Gilbert & George, Gordon's Makes Us Drunk 1972

Video, duration: 12 min., Tate






Gilbert & George, Here, 1987, Hand-dyed photographs, mounted and framed in 35 parts; 119 x 139 in. (302.5 x 353.1 cm)






Craig-Martin, An Oak Tree, 1973, National Gallery of Australia






Gormley, Untitled (for Francis), 1985

Mixed media, 1900 x 1170 x 290 mm, Tate



Gormley, Angel of the North, 1997-98



Gormley, One & Other 2009, Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square, London



Wilson, 20:50, installation, used sump oil, metal, Saatchi Gallery, London



Hirst, The Physical Impossibility of Death In the Mind of Someone Living, 1990, Saatchi Collection






Hirst, A Thousand Years, 1990, Saatchi Collection



Hirst, Some Comfort Gained From The Acceptance Of The Inherent Lies In Everything (fragment), 1995-6, 200x90x30 cm (each unit), Saatchi Collection






Hirst, This Little Piggy Went To Market, This Little Piggy Stayed At Home, 1996, Saatchi Collection






Hirst, beautiful revolving sphincter, oops brown painting, 2003, Household gloss paint on canvas, 72" diameter












Hirst, For The Love of God, 2007, platinum, diamonds, human skull, human teeth,






Harvey, Myra, 1995, Acrylic on canvas, 396 x 320 cm, Saatchi Collection






Ofili, The Holy Virgin Mary, 1996












Lucas, Two Fried Eggs and a Kebab, 1992 Saatchi Collection






Lucas, Human Toilet Revisited 1998, photograph on paper, 1580 x 1536 mm, Tate






Emin, Everyone I Have Ever Slept With, 1963-95, 1995











Emin, My Bed, 1998, Mattress, linens, pillows, objects

79 x 211 x 234 cm

Saatchi Collection



Saville, Branded, 1992, oil on canvas, 84 x 72 in.



Saville, Plan, 1993, oil on canvas, 9’x7’



Chapman Brothers, Great Deeds Against The Dead, 1994

Mixed media, White Cube Gallery



Chapman Brothers, Fuckface, 1994



Chapman Brothers, Arbeit McFries, 2001, Mixed media, 48x48x48”, White Cube Gallery



Chapman Brothers, Unholy Trinity, 2002, painted bronze, 180x210x60cm, White Cube












Turk, Cave 1991



Chodzko, 'God Look Alike Contest’, 1992

Thirteen framed images of various dimensions.






Quinn, Self, 1991, formerly in the Saatchi Collection






Quinn, Alison Lapper Pregnant, 2005 by Marc Quinn. Sculpture in white marble, Trafalgar Square, London









Whiteread, Ghost, 1990

Saatchi Gallery






Whiteread, House, 1993-4

193 Grove Road in Bow, E3, London






Wearing,




from Signs that Say What You Want Them To Say and Not Signs that Say What Someone Else Wants You To Say




`I'm desperate' 1992-3




Colour photograph on paper

unconfirmed: 1220 x 920 mm

on paper, print

Tate












Wearing, Sixty Minute Silence, 1996






Wearing, 10-16, 1997











Landy, Break Down, 10 – 24 February 2001

former C&A store at Marble Arch, 499 – 523 Oxford Street, London W1











Creed, Work #88, 1994



Creed, Work #127 (The Lights Going On And Off), 1995



Smith, Improve the Cat, 1999

Cat food label, 10x10cm

Carbone Gallery, Torino



Smith, "Art Amnesty" Oct. 11-Nov. 11, 2002, at Pierogi,

177 N. 9th Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11211 10/10/02










FUENTE: Contemporary Art History,

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