Vito Acconci

Flourescent Table and two Chairs, 1991
aluminum and fluorescent bulbs
chairs: 19 5/8 " x 23 5/8" x 25 5/8 "
table: 49" x 23 5/8 "x 25 5/8"
edition of 4
Courtesy of Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York.

Trades Marks, 1970
lithograph
20" x 20"
Collection of Lehman College Art Gallery

Kiss-Off, 1970
lithograph
30" x 22 1/2"
Collection of Lehman College Art Gallery

 

Helene Brandt

Flying Roots I, 2003
steel, roots, paint
16" x 24" x 11"
Courtesy of the artist

Hanging Roots 5, 2003
steel, roots
15 " x 18 " x 3"
Courtesy of the artist

Hanging Roots 15, 2003
steel, roots
48" x 27" x 11"
Courtesy of the artist

Hanging Roots 16, 2003
steel, roots
17" x 8" x 2"
Courtesy of the artist

Hanging Roots 17, 2003
rubber, roots
32" x 28" x 15"
Courtesy of the artist

Flying Willow, 2003
steel, willow branches, paint
31 1/2" x 70 x 62"
Courtesy of the artist

 

Wopo Holup

The Grass Family (gramineae), 2003
digital prints on canvas
6'6" x 67' x 1 1/4"
In collaboration with Lew Minter, Director of
the Multimedia Lab at Lafayatte College's
Williams Visual Arts Building. Multi media studio
assistance by Jackie Bingham, Lafayette '03 and
Marisa Damiano, Lafayette '04.
Courtesy of the artist

 

Tom Otterness

Hansel and Grettel, 2001
bronze
edition of 6
21 5/8" x 18" x 18"
Courtesy of Marlborough Gallery, New York.

New Direction, 2002
bronze
edition of 6
36" x 13" x 17 3/4"
Courtesy of Marlborough Gallery, New York.

Rebellion to Tyrants, 2000
bronze
edition of 6
23 1/4" x 19" x 16"
Courtesy of Marlborough Gallery, New York.

 

Faith Ringgold

Tar Beach #2, 1990-92
silkscreen on silk
66" x 65"
Courtesy of ACA Galleries, New York

Weeping Woman #4, 1973-89
raffia, beads and applique
65" x 23"
Courtesy of ACA Galleries, New York

The Bitter Nest Part 4: The Letter, 1988
acrylic on canvas, printed, tie-dyed and pieced fabric
94 1/2" x 84 1/2"
Courtesy of ACA Galleries, New York

Mierle Laderman Ukeles

Plan for Flow City, The Glass Bridge, 1983 - 1995
mixed media with photographic collage
left panel: The City as Form
46" x 69" x 1 7/8"
center: The Media Flow Wall, Three Window Walls
31" x 41"
right panel: The City in Flux: The Violent Theater of Dumping
46" x 69" x 1 7/8"
Courtesy of Ronald Feldman Fines Arts, New York

The Social Mirror, 1983
black and white photograph
16" x 20"
Courtesy of Ronald Feldman Fines Arts, New York

Manifesto for Maintenance Art Proposal for
an Exhibition Cave
, 1969
4 text panels
36 3/4" x 24 3/4" overall
Courtesy of Ronald Feldman Fines Arts, New York

Touch Sanitation Performance (detail), 1977-80
5 color photographs, plus mounted brochure
11 x 14" (4), 14 x 11" (1)
Courtesy of Ronald Feldman Fines Arts, New York

 

Carrie Mae Weems

After Manet from May Days Long Forgotten
, 2003
c-print, and convex glass
edition of 8
34 inches in diameter
Courtesy of the artist and PPOW Gallery

The Shape of Things from
The Africa Series
, 1993
3 silver prints
edition of 10
20" x 20"
Courtesy of the artist and PPOW Gallery

Untitled from From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried, 1995
C-print with sand-blasted text on glass
edition of 10
26 1/2" x 24 3/4"
Courtesy of the artist and PPOW Gallery

Untitled from The Hampton Project, 2000
inkjet print on canvas
editon of 5
69" x 61"
Courtesy of the artist and PPOW Gallery

 

Janet Zweig

Hierarchical Bookcase, 1990
wood and books
102" x 2 1/2" x 10"
Revised in 2003 in collaboration with C.D.C. Reeve
Courtesy of the artist

Thanks a Million, 1993
paper, wheelbarrow, more or less a million thanks
36" x 36"
Courtesy of the artist

Her Recursive Apology, 1993
paper, 4,386,375 apologies
4" x 108" x 108"
To make Her Recursive Apology in 1993, I programmed four computers to randomly choose apologies from a database and print them on four dot-matrix printers in the smallest possible type. The computers apologized day and night for two weeks. Every four hours, when they ran out of paper, they reported how many times they had apologized. When I ran out paper completely, they had apologized 4,386,375 times on 8,000 sheets. No two papers are a like.
Courtesy of the artist