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70 Exhibitions

Through March 11

Spencer Finch: Lost Man Creek

May - October 2017

Anish Kapoor: Descension

February - March 2017

Commercial Break

May - October 2016

Martin Creed : Understanding

August 2015 - June 2016

Hank Willis Thomas: The Truth Is I See You

May 2015 - March 2016

Jeppe Hein : Please Touch The Art

July 2014 - May 2015

Sam Falls : Light over Time

October 2013 - July 2014

Katharina Grosse: Just Two of Us

July 2012 - October 2013

Oscar Tuazon: People

November 2012 - September 2013

Configurations

November 2011 - October 2012

A Promise is a Cloud

November 2010 - September 2011

Total Recall

October 2009 - September 2010

Double Take

November 2008 - September 2009

Trapdoor

June - October 2008

Olafur Eliasson: The New York City Waterfalls

November 2007 - September 2008

Everyday Eden

October 2006 - September 2007

The World is Round

October 2005 - September 2006

Material World

September 2004 - August 2005

Semiprecious

June - June 2005

William Kentridge: 9 Drawings for Projection

May - May 2005

Allison Smith: The Muster

October 2003 - October 2004

American Idyll

May - July 2004

Lisa Kereszi and Andrew Moore: Governors Island

September - October 2003

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

September - October 2003

Jacob Fabricius: Sandwiched (In New York)

October 2002 - September 2003

Parklife

October 2002 - August 2003

Vik Muniz: CandyBAM

October 2001 - September 2002

Temporary Residents

May - June 2002

Jonah Freeman: Sixteen Scenarios

May - June 2002

Anissa Mack: Pies for a Passerby

December 2001 - January 2002

Josiah McElheny: The Metal Party

October 2000 - September 2001

Halcyon Days

April - May 2001

Paul Ramirez Jonas: Every Day

October 1999 - September 2000

New Urban Sculpture

April - May 2000

Jocelyn Taylor: The Story of Color

March - December 1999

Maria Elena González: Magic Carpet / Home

September - November 1999

Tony Matelli: Distant Party

October 1998 - May 1999

Beyond the Monument

October 1997 - May 1998

9 to 5

January 1997 - January 1998

Tom Otterness: Visionary

October - October 1997

Gregory Green: Gregnik Proto II

October 1996 - October 1997

Changing Places

September - December 1996

Chris Doyle: Commutable

October 1995 - October 1996

Tom Otterness: On the Commons: Recent Sculptures

July - August 1996

Vito Acconci: Addition to MetroTech Gardens

June - October 1994

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

November 1992 - April 1994

Amy Hauft: Whitman Raised

January - December 1993

MetroTech ArtWorks '93

November 1992 - April 1993

Jesse Moore: Devotion No. 17

June - December 1991

Terry Lee Dill: Creative Blindness

May 1988 - April 1990

Andrew Menard: With or Without Reason

July - July 1989

Transit Gets You There

October 1988 - June 1989

Willie Birch: For Old Bones and Southern Memories

June 1988 - March 1989

David Schafer: Plaza of the First Reader

November 1988 - January 1989

Barbara Kruger: Untitled (We Don't Need Another Hero)

May 1987 - March 1988

Jody Culkin: I Tell the Time

April 1986 - March 1987

David Hammons: Higher Goals

July - September 1986

David Finn: Wild Mouse

June 1983 - August 1985

Willie Birch: The Park

July 1983 - August 1985

Friedrich Gross: Who Will Catch The Ball?

September 1984 - April 1985

Reflections of an Urban Landscape

November - November 1983

Jane Greengold: Bloomsborough and Frames of Reference

May - June 1983

Williamsburg Bridge Show

May - June 1983

Rebecca Howland: Real Estate Octopus and Manhattan Dead Horse

November 1982 - April 1983

Jane Greengold: Artist Garden

July 1981 - December 1982

Alan Finkel: View for the Catenary Curve

June - December 1982

Marker for Malevich

April - October 1982

David Wells: Hunting Caza

December - December 1981

George Moore: Sunset Park

March - August 1981

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