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Monday's image: May 13, 2019

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

Monday's image: March 4, 2019

George Segal, The Curtain, Plaster, glass and painted wood, 214.6 x 99.7 x 90.2 centimeters, 1974, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.

Monday's image: September 17, 2018

Edward Middleditch, Dead Chicken in a Stream, Oil paint on board, 1365 x 1092 millimeters, 1955, Tate Gallery, U.K.

Monday's image: June 18, 2018

Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Comitose Intuse, Oil on paperboard, 14 7/8 x 17 1/8 inches, 1955, American Folk Art Museum, New York

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Monday's image: June 4, 2018

Erik Raadal, Girls Waiting for the Train, Oil on canvas, 88.5 x 127 centimeters, 1939, Statens Museum for Kunst, Denmark

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Monday's image: May 28, 2018

Julian Opie, Landscape?, Screenprint on paper, 610 x 888 millimeters, 1998-9, Tate Gallery, U.K.

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Monday's image: April 2, 2018

Sheila Hicks, Blue Letter, Hand-woven wool, 17.75 x 17 inches, 1959, Museum of Modern Art, New York

Monday's image: December 18, 2017

Helen Frankenthaler, Silent Curtain, Lithograph, Edition 14/25, 30 x 22.5 inches, 1967-1969, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo

Monday's image: December 4, 2017

June Wayne, Star Dust (State I), Lithograph printed by Edward Hamilton on Rives with Tamstone watermark, Image: 28.3 x 23.8 centimeters, Edition of 15, 1978, June Wayne Collection, Los Angeles, CA

Monday's image: November 27, 2017

Cycladic, Early Bronze Age, Female Figure of the Spedos Variety, Marble, 18 x 5.5 x 8.5 centimeters, 2600-2500 BCE, Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA