Carl Andre, Crowding, Cut-and-pasted printed paper on board, 28.3 x 14 centimeters, 1965, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Anthony McCall, You and I, Horizontal, Computer, computer script, video projector and haze machine, 50 min. cycle in six parts, Dimensions variable, 2005, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California
Francesco di Giorgio Martini, Saint Bernardino Preaching from a Pulpit, Tempera on parchment, 21 x 14.3 centimeters, 1470-75, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Peter Doig, Untitled, Oil paint on paper, 505 x 685 millimeters, 2008, Tate, U.K.
Richard Marquis, Confetti Pyramid, Kiln-formed glass, 20.3 x 28.9 x 28.9 centimeters, 2007, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York
Benjamin Armstrong, Old Friends, Blown-glass, pigment, plaster, wax, 104 x 36 x 17 centimeters, 2004, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Susan Rothenberg, Blue Head, Acrylic and vinyl based paint on canvas, 114 x 114 inches, 1980-81, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia
Thornton Dial, Flowers for Peace (Primary Title), Pastel, watercolor and pencil on paper, 44 x 30 inches, 1996, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia
Jacob Lawrence, They did not always leave because they were promised work in the North. Many of them left because of Southern conditions, one of them being great floods that ruined the crops, and therefore they were unable to make a living where they were, Casein tempera on hardboard, 18 x 12 inches, 1940-41, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Haegue Yang, Series of Vulnerable Arrangements — Domestics of Community, Installation with seven light sculptures composed of clothing rack and shoe rack on casters, light bulbs, cable, knitting yarn, rope, socks, hammock net, aluminum venetian blinds, stainless steel strainer, paint grill, fish grill, plastic tube, plastic packages, plastic funnel, tin, buttons, metal ring, metal sponge, silver tinsel, mardi gras bits, toy spring, garden supply, and sea shells, Dimensions variable, 2009, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Oliffe Richmond, Marathon, Lithograph on paper, 483 x 251 millimeters, 1966, Tate Gallery, U.K.
Artist unidentified, possibly Desire Parker, Wonderbread-Bag Rug with Ball of Twine, Plastic Wonderbread bags, 60 inches in diameter, Ledyard, Connecticut, Twentieth century, American Folk Art Museum, New York
Hassan Massoudy, La beauté sauvera le monde, Water-based pigments on paper, 95 x 75 centimeters, 2008, Kadist, Paris, France