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July - October 2009

Richard Woods: wall and door and roof

May - October 2009

Julie Farris and Sarah Wayland-Smith: A Clearing in the Streets

December 2008 - May 2009

Robert Melee: Her Leaving, It Standing, It Sitting, It Up, It Alone

November 2008 - April 2009

Christian Jankowski: Living Sculptures: Caesar, Dali Woman, El Che

November 2008 - September 2009

Trapdoor

November 2008

Klara Hobza: The New Millenium Paper Airplane Contest

October - November 2008

Fatimah Tuggar: Transient Transfer

June - October 2008

Olafur Eliasson: The New York City Waterfalls

June - July 2008

Chris Burden: What My Dad Gave Me

June 2008

Xaviera Simmons: Bronx as Studio

April - October 2008

James Yamada: Our Starry Night

April 2008

The Rodney Graham Band, featuring the amazing Rotary Psycho-Opticon

November 2007 - May 2008

Sarah Lucas: Perceval

November 2007 - September 2008

Everyday Eden

September 2007 - July 2008

Dara Friedman: Musical

May - August 2007

Damian Ortega: Obelisco Transportable

May - June 2007

Beth Campbell: Potential Store Fronts

March 2007

Martin Creed: Variety Show

November 2006 - May 2007

Liz Larner: 2001

November 2006 - January 2007

Nina Katchadourian: Office Semaphore

October 2006 - September 2007

The World is Round

September - October 2006

Anish Kapoor: Sky Mirror

September 2006 - March 2007

Sarah Morris: Robert Towne

July - September 2006

Nancy Rubins: Big Pleasure Point

May - November 2006

Sarah Sze: Corner Plot

April 2006 - March 2007

Alexander Calder in New York

October 2005 - September 2006

Material World

October 2005

Pierre Huyghe: A Journey That Wasn't

September - November 2005

Robert Therrien: Table and Six Chairs

September 2005 - April 2006

Richard Deacon: Masters of the Universe: Screen Version

June - September 2005

Alejandro Diaz: A Can for All Seasons

June 2005

William Kentridge: 9 Drawings for Projection

May 2005

Allison Smith: The Muster

May 2005

Chiho Aoshima: Little Boy - City Glow and Paradise

April - July 2005

Chinatsu Ban: Little Boy - V W X Yellow Elephant Underwear / HIJ Kiddy Elephant Underwear

April - July 2005

Takashi Murakami: Little Boy - Eco Eco Rangers Earth Force

April - May 2005

Hideaki Kawashima: Little Boy - Fire

April - May 2005

Aya Takano: Little Boy - A Night Walk - The Pink Moon Emerges

April - May 2005

Noboru Tsubaki: Little Boy - Aesthetic Pollution

March 2005

Ivan Witenstein: Uncle John's Band

October 2004

Julian Opie: Animals, Buildings, Cars, and People

September 2004 - August 2005

Semiprecious

September - October 2004

Jonathan Borofsky: Walking to the Sky

September 2004 - January 2005

Allan McCollum: Perfect Vehicles

July - August 2004

Franz West: Recent Sculptures

June 2004 - September 2005

Janet Cardiff: Her Long Black Hair

May - July 2004

Lisa Kereszi and Andrew Moore: Governors Island

April - May 2004

Yayoi Kusama: Whitney Biennial 2004 - Narcissus Garden

April - May 2004

assume vivid astro focus: Whitney Biennial 2004 - avaf8

April 2004

Dave Muller: Whitney Biennial 2004 - Themeless (A Carnival of Sorts)

March - May 2004

Paul McCarthy: Whitney Biennial 2004 - Daddies Bighead and MJBH

March - May 2004

Liz Craft: Whitney Biennial 2004 - The Spare

March - May 2004

Olav Westphalen: Whitney Biennial 2004 - The Weight of Dead Prey

March - May 2004

David Altmejd: Whitney Biennial 2004 - Untitled (Swallow) and Untitled (Bluejay)

March 2004 - November 2005

Keith Haring: Acrobats

November 2003 - October 2004

Roy Lichtenstein at City Hall

October 2003

American Idyll

October 2003 - February 2004

George Segal: Street Crossing

September - October 2003

Jacob Fabricius: Sandwiched (In New York)

September 2003

Andy Goldsworthy: Garden of Stones

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