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
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.
Eric Cameron, Alarm Clock (3295) (from the series “Thick Paintings “, 1979 - 1994), 3295 layers of acrylic medium on an alarm clock, 43 x 46 x 17 centimeters, 1979-1994, The Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, Canada
Janet Burchill, Jennifer McCamley, SAFE, Neon, electric cables, fittings and transformer, 23 x 150 centimeters, 2005, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Craig Kauffman, Le Mur s'en va (The wall goes away), Synthetic polymer on acrylic plastic, 185.4 x 120 x 22.9 centimeters, 1969, Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
Salvador Dalí, The Image Disappears, Pen and black ink on ivory wove paper, 647 x 508 centimeters, 1938, Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
Charles Sheeler, Incantation, Oil on canvas, 61.3 x 51.1 centimeters, 1946, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York
David Bomberg, The Mud Bath, Oil paint on canvas, 152 x 224 centimeters, 1914, Tate Gallery, U.K.
Thomas Ruff, jpeg msh01, Chromogenic color print, 276.2 x 188 centimeters, 2004, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Mona Hatoum, Light Sentence, Wire mesh, electric motor, timer, light bulb, cables, electric wire, 198 x 185 x 490 centimeters, 1992, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France
Barbara Probst, Exposure #11A: N.Y.C., Duane & Church Streets, 06.10.02, 3:07 p.m., Inkjet prints, 61.12 x 81.6 centimeters, 2002, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California