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March - December 1999

Maria Elena González: Magic Carpet / Home

October 1998 - May 1999

Beyond the Monument

October 1998 - March 1999

Willem de Kooning: Standing Figure

October 1998 - January 1999

Willem de Kooning: Reclining Figure

October 1998 - May 1999

Dan Witz: Sticks

July - September 1998

Tony Smith: Smug

July - September 1998

Tony Smith: Light Up

July - September 1998

Tony Smith: Cigarette

June - August 1998

Auguste Rodin: Rodin at Rockefeller Center

June 1998 - September 2000

Rachel Whiteread: Water Tower

January - March 1998

Kirsten Mosher: Ball Park Traffic

November 1997 - May 1998

Donald Lipski: The Yearling

November 1997

Barbara Kruger: Bus

October 1997 - May 1998

Christian Alexa, Martha Bush, Arnaldo Morales, Roxy Paine, Lincoln Tobier, Brian Tolle: 9 to 5

October 1997

Gregory Green: Gregnik Proto II

June - October 1997

Keith Haring : Keith Haring on Park Avenue

March 1997

Ilya Kabakov: Monument to the Lost Glove

January 1997

Tom Otterness: Visionary

December 1996 - January 1997

Alexander Brodsky: Canal Street Subway Project

October 1996

Changing Places

September 1996 - May 1997

Magdalena Abakanowicz: Hand-Like Trees

September - December 1996

Chris Doyle: Commutable

July - August 1996

Vito Acconci: Addition to MetroTech Gardens

January - December 1996

Nobi Shioya: Newton and Darwin

November 1995 - September 1996

Tom Otterness: Life Underground

October 1995

Tom Otterness: On the Commons: Recent Sculptures

May - July 1995

Christian Boltanski: Lost: New York Projects

October 1994 - July 1995

Barry Flanagan: Large Mirror Nijinski

October 1994 - July 1995

Barry Flanagan: Hospitality

August 1994 - March 1995

Judith Shea: The Other Monument

June - October 1994

Ursula von Rydingsvard: Three Monumental Sculptures (Hey Diddle, untitled, and Corrugated Rollers)

June 1994

Tyrone Mitchell: Chair in Sky: For Charles Mingus

June 1994

Richard Deon: Hike New York - Long Island City

April - July 1994

Urban Paradise: Gardens in the City

December 1993 - August 1994

Mark di Suvero: Rumi and Huru

September - November 1993

Fernando Botero: Botero in New York

April 1993

Beverly Pepper: Cleopatra's Wedge

March - May 1993

Rhonda Ronald Shearer: Woman’s Work

January - December 1993

MetroTech ArtWorks '93

December 1992

Bing Lee & Garson Yu: A 30-Second Public Service Announcement on AIDS

November 1992 - April 1993

Jesse Moore: Devotion No. 17

November 1992 - April 1994

Amy Hauft: Whitman Raised

October - November 1992

Jules Allen: Public Photographs

October 1992 - May 1993

Alan Sonfist: Times Enclosures of the Northwest

September - November 1992

Trans-Voices

January - July 1992

Martti Aiha: Seven Magic Points

July 1991 - June 1992

Jeffrey Cole and David Schafer: Liberty Prop

July - December 1991

Pit Kroke: Tiko

June 1991

Nils Udo

June - December 1991

Terry Lee Dill: Creative Blindness

May 1991 - September 1992

Roy Lichtenstein: Modern Head

April - October 1991

Robert Ressler: Mantis

April 1991

Robert Ressler: Step by Step
ME Updated Home Grid

February - May 1991

Melvin Edwards: Tomorrow's Wind

February - March 1991

Guerrilla Girls: First They Want To Take Away A Woman's Right To Choose... Now They're Censoring Art

February - April 1991

Barbara Kruger: Untitled [bus shelter posters]

January - April 1991

Gran Fury: Women Don't Get AIDS They Just Die From It

December 1990 - February 1991

Antonio Muntadas: The Limousine Project

December - February 1990

Ann Meredith: BREATH! Women, Children, and AIDS

September 1990 - January 1991

Alan Michelson: Earth's Eye

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