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Eva Hesse, Portrait. Eva Hesse, Untitled , 1970, latex over rope, string, wire. Eva Hesse, Studio on the Bowery, 1969. Eva Hesse, Hang up , 1966. Eva Hesse, Accession II , 1967 (fiberglass and plastic tubing). Eva Hesse, Accession II , 1967 (fiberglass and plastic tubing).

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    1. Eva Hesse, Portrait.

    2. Eva Hesse, Untitled, 1970, latex over rope, string, wire.

    3. Eva Hesse, Studio on the Bowery, 1969.

    4. Eva Hesse, Hang up, 1966.

    5. Eva Hesse, Accession II, 1967 (fiberglass and plastic tubing).

    6. Eva Hesse, Accession II, 1967 (fiberglass and plastic tubing).

    7. Eva Hesse, Sans II, 1968.

    8. Eva Hesse, Expanded Expansion, cheesecloth, 1969.

    9. Eva Hesse, Contingent,, 1969, fiberglass and latex over cheesecloth.

    10. Eva Hesse, Repetition Nineteen III, 1968 , Fiberglass and resin.

    11. Mel Bochner, Portrait of Eva Hesse, 1966.

    12. Bruce Nauman, Self-Portrait as a Fountain, 1966, photograph of performance.

    13. Marcel Duchamp, Fountain, 1917.

    14. Vito Acconci, Trademarks, 1970.

    15. Vito Acconci, Trademarks, detail, 1970.

    16. Vito Acconci, Trademarks, detail, 1970.

    17. Vito Acconci, Seedbed, 1972.

    18. Vito Acconci, Seedbed, 1972.

    19. Richard Serra, Splashing,1968.

    20. Vito Acconci, Following Piece, October, 1969, New York.

    21. Vito Acconci, Conversions, 1970.

    22. Vito Acconci, Blindfold Catching, 1970.

    23. Chris Burden, Shoot, 1971.

    24. Chris Burden, Shoot, detail, 1971.

    25. Chris Burden, Trans-Fixed, 1974.

    26. Chris Burden, Five-Day Locker Piece, 1971.

    27. Rudolph Schwartzkogler, Aktionen, 1965-67.

    28. Hermann Nitsch-Viennese Actionists group.

    29. Bruce Nauman, The True Artist Helps the World by Revealing Mystic Truths, 1967, neon tube lights.

    30. Bruce Nauman, 100 Live and Die, 1966-1967, neon tube lettering.

    31. Bruce Nauman, Live / Taped Video Corridor, 1970, wallboard, video camera and monitors, video tape, 12‘ X 32‘ X 1‘ 8“.

    32. Robert Morris, Untitled (Pink Felt), 1970.

    33. Robert Morris, Untitled, 1968.

    34. Robert Morris, Untitled (Threadwaste), 1968.

    35. Robert Morris, Untitled, 1967.

    36. Richard Serra, Belts, 1966-1967, industrial rubber belts and neon tube lights on a wall, 6‘ X 18’ X 20“.

    37. Richard Serra throwing lead, Castelli Warehouse, New York 1969.

    38. Richard Serra, Casting, 1969, lead.

    39. Richard Serra, Prop, 1968, sheets of lead, 84" high.

    40. Richard Serra, One Ton Prop (House of Cards), 1969, lead.

    41. Richard Serra, 2-2-1: To Dickie and Tina, 1969-94, lead.

    42. Richard Serra, Tilted Arc, 1981, Cor-Ten steel, 10‘ X 120‘ X 3", Federal Plaza, New York City (demolished in 1989).

    43. Richard Serra, Tilted Arc, 1981 (removed in 1989), hot-rolled steel, Federal Plaza, New York.

    44. Richard Serra, Sculptures, Steel, Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain.

    45. Richard Serra, Between the Torus and Sphere , 2003-2005, Guggenheim Bilbao Museum.

    46. Richard Serra, Open Ended, 2007-2008, Gagosian Gallery in London.

    47. Richard Serra, Two torqued toruses of weatherproof steel, 2007-2008, Gagosian Gallery in London.

    48. Walter de Maria, Lightning Field, 1971-77, near Quemado, NM, 400 stainless steel poles placed into soil, each is approx. 20‘ 7" high, Dia Art Foundation, New Mexico.

    49. Walter de Maria, Lightning Field, 1971-72, Nevada, New Mexico.

    50. Walter de Maria, Lightning Field, 1971-72, Nevada, New Mexico.