Jonathan Seliger, "Disappearing Fabric," 2006,
copper, steel, oil, acrylic and modeling paste on canvas. Courtesy McClain Gallery, Houston.
Nathaniel Mary Quinn, "Buck Nasty: Player Haters Ball" (detail)
black charcoal, gouache, soft pastel, oil pastel, acrylic gold powder on coventry vellum paper, 2017. Courtesy Rhonna Hoffman Gallery, Chicago.
Mary Corse, "Untitled (DNA Series)"
2017 acrylic squares and glass microspheres in acrylic on canvas.
Cynthia Gutiérrez, "Decapitados: una decoración para nuestro tiempo (The Beheaded: an ornament for our times),"
2011, fiberglass, paint and textile. Courtesy Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles.
Mira Schendel, "Sarrafo," tempera and gesso on wood, 1987.
Courtesy Hauser & Wirth, New York. © The Estate of Mira Schendel. Photo: EPW Studio.
Mike Henderson, "No. 26 - From the Parallel Spaces Series," acrylic on paper, 2017.
Courtesy Haines Gallery, San Francisco.
Larry Rivers, "Woman reclining in a Yellow Robe,"
oil on canvas, mounted on sculpted foam board, 1997.
Courtesy Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York.
Joel Meyerowitz, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1976, printed 2017,
archival pigment print. Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York.
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