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March - May 2004

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

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 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

September - October 2003

Clara Williams: The Price (Giving in Gets You Nowhere)

September - October 2003

Takashi Murakami: Reversed Double Helix

June - September 2003

Wim Delvoye: Gothic: Caterpillar & Chantier

May - July 2003

Mariko Mori: Wave UFO

April - June 2003

Mark Handforth: Lamppost

January - July 2003

MetroSpective

October 2002 - September 2003

Parklife

October 2002 - August 2003

Vik Muniz: CandyBAM

September 2002 - March 2003

Juan Muñoz: Conversation Piece

July - October 2002

Target Art in the Park, 2002

June - September 2002

Nam June Paik: Transmission

June 2002

Francis Alÿs: The Modern Procession

May - June 2002

Anissa Mack: Pies for a Passerby

May - June 2002

Jonah Freeman: Sixteen Scenarios

March - May 2002

Roxy Paine: Whitney Biennial 2002 - Bluff

March - May 2002

Kim Sooja: Whitney Biennial 2002 - Deductive Object

March - May 2002

Keith Edmier: Whitney Biennial 2002 - Emil Dobbelstein and Henry J. Drope, 1944

March - May 2002

Kiki Smith: Whitney Biennial 2002 - Sirens and Harpies

March - May 2002

Brian Tolle: Whitney Biennial 2002 - Waylay

December 2001 - January 2002

Josiah McElheny: The Metal Party

October 2001 - September 2002

Temporary Residents

June - September 2001

Louise Bourgeois: Maman and Spiders

May - September 2001

Target Art in the Park, 2001

May - October 2001

Tony Cragg: Turbo and Ferryman

April - May 2001

Paul Ramirez Jonas: Every Day

April - June 2001

Paul Pfeiffer: Orpheus Descending

February - April 2001

Paul McCarthy: The Box

November 2000 - January 2011

Lawrence Weiner: NYC Manhole Covers

October 2000

Tony Oursler: The Influence Machine

October 2000 - September 2001

Halcyon Days

September - October 2000

Olav Westphalen: Extremely Site Un-Specific Sculpture (E.S.U.S.)

July - October 2000

Barbara Kruger: Untitled (It's a small world but not if you have to clean it)

June 2000 - January 2001

Ursula Von Rydingsvard: Bowl with Folds

June - September 2000

Jeff Koons: Puppy

June - July 2000

Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: The Palace of Projects

April 2000

Vanessa Beecroft: VB42/Intrepid: The Silent Service

April - June 2000

Richard Long: New York Projects

April - May 2000

Pipilotti Rist: Open My Glade

April - May 2000

Jocelyn Taylor: The Story of Color

January 2000

Martin Creed: EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT

October 1999 - September 2000

New Urban Sculpture

September - November 1999

Tony Matelli: Distant Party

July - October 1999

Ron Baron: Birds

June 1999

Vito Acconci: Rooms from Below: A Display System for Show Windows

June - September 1999

Paul Howard Manship: Cycle of Life; Maiden; Times and the Fates of Man; Diana; Actaeon

June - September 1999

Christine Hill: Tourguide?

May 1999 - March 2000

Andrea Zittel: Point of Interest

May - September 1999

Andrea Zittel: A-Z Deserted Islands

April - May 1999

Simon Grennan and Christopher Sperandio: The Invisible City

April - June 1999

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