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1. 100 OBRAS DE ARTE 2. Agnes Denes - TheHuman Argument, 1969 3. Miguel Angel Buonarroti, La creación de Adán, 1508-1512 4. Alberto Giacometti, Groupe de troishommes,…
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  • 1. 100 OBRAS DE ARTE
  • 2. Agnes Denes - TheHuman Argument, 1969
  • 3. Miguel Angel Buonarroti, La creación de Adán, 1508-1512
  • 4. Alberto Giacometti, Groupe de troishommes, 1943-1949, Bronze, h: 72 x w:32 x d: 31.5 cm
  • 5. YOMBE, Fetiche, Zaire o Cabinda
  • 6. Adriano Cecioni, can che caca, c. 1880, h. 9 cm, escayola
  • 7. Ursula von Rydingsvard"Czara z Babelkami"2006Cedar, 202 x 125 x 74inches. Installation atMadison Square Park,New York.
  • 8. Cabeza de OlokunBronceIfe, Etnia Yoruba, Nigeria, ss. XII-XVCabeza llamada de Olokun, rey divino Onifundador de la dinastía Yoruba.British Museum, LondresEthno 1939 AF 34.1
  • 9. William KentridgeSin título (Anamorphic Drawing), 2001Dibujo a carboncillo sobre papel, tubo demetalaltura 92 cm, diámetro 106 cm
  • 10. Jane AlexanderAfrican Adventure, 1999-2002Instalación
  • 11. Paul Gauguin, Te-Rerioa, 1897
  • 12. Leonardo Da Vinci, estudioanatómico de un brazo. Hacia 1510
  • 13. Ana MendietaUntitled (Grass on Woman)1972
  • 14. Héctor Guimard, Entradas a lasestaciones del metro de París,1900
  • 15. Walton Ford, Ornitomancia N°3, 2001
  • 16. Joel-Peter Witkin,Bad Student, 2007
  • 17. Moscoforo, 560 a.C.
  • 18. José BediaRespuesta Natural2009
  • 19. Wounded bison attacking a manc. 15,000-10,000 BCbison length 43 in. (110 cm)Lascaux, France
  • 20. Andrés Serrano, America (J.B.,Pimp), 2003
  • 21. Ana MendietaAnima, Silueta de Cohetes (Firework Piece), Oaxaca,México, 1976Single channel video, transferred from 8mm color filmDimensions of projection variable; 300 min. video: 3:00min, color, silent Daros Latinamerica Collection, Zürich
  • 22. Antoni Gaudí, Templo de la SagradaFamilia,
  • 23. Damien Hirst, Virgen Madre. 2005
  • 24. Kim Joon, Stay - Warhol, 2007, c-print, 87x 150 cm. Image courtesy of the SundaramTagore Gallery.
  • 25. Beatriz González,¡Vive la France!,ed. c. 1975Acrylic on metalEdition 36 of 508 1/4 in. dia.
  • 26. Artemisia Gentileschi, Retratode mujer, 1630
  • 27. Antonio Caro, Aquí no cabe el arte. 1972
  • 28. Maurizio CattelanNot Afraid of Love, 2000Polyester styrene, resin, paint,fabric81 x 123 x 54 in. ( 205.7 x 312.4x 137.2 cm )
  • 29. Hildegarda de Bingen, La creación con el Universo y elHombre cósmico, en Revelaciones, c. 1230, Lucca,Biblioteca Estatal
  • 30. Rembrandt, La lección de anatomía del doctor Nicolaes Tulp. 1632
  • 31. Rene Magritte, TimeTransfixed. 1938
  • 32. Louise Bourgeois"Spiral"1994Watercolor, ink, and color pencil onpaper, 13 1/4 x 9 1/2 inches
  • 33. Etnia Dyula de Costa deMarfil, Máscara concuernos, principios del sigloXX
  • 34. Damien Hirst,Damien Hirst, La imposibilidad física de la muerte en la mente de alguien vivoLa imposibilidad física de la muerte en la mente de alguien vivo, 1991, 1991
  • 35. Ron Mueck, A Girl, 2006 .
  • 36. Jeff Koons. Ilona on Top (Rosa Backround), oil inks on canvas , 96 x 144 inches , 243.8 x 365.8 cmEdition of 1 plus AP1990
  • 37. Wilfredo Lam, Lajungla, 1942-44 240 x228 cm., Museo deArte Moderno deNueva York
  • 38. Alexandre Arrechea, de la exposición “Todo, Algo, Nada”. CAB, Burgos, España. 2009
  • 39. Pepón Osorio"Home Visit"1999-2000Details of "Tinas House." Mixed media, 20 x 28 x 17 inches. Photo by Gloria OConnelCourtesy Bernice Steinbaum Gallery, Miami, Florida, © Pepón Osorio
  • 40. Raquel Paiewonsky (b. DominicanRepublic 1969). Levitando: A un solopie (Levitating: On One Foot), 2003.Panty hose, beeswax, cable, 118 1/8 x118 1/8 x 157 1/2 in. (300 x 300 x 400cm). Courtesy of the artist (Photo: RuyDos Santos)
  • 41. Tlátloc, dios azteca de la lluvia, siglos XIV-XV.
  • 42. Richard Hamilton, Passage of the Angel tothe Virgin 120 X 168 cm, stampa digitalesu tela, 2006-2007
  • 43. Fray Angelico,Anunciación, 1425
  • 44. Jesus Soto
  • 45. Richard Hamilton,Just What Is It ThatMakes Today’sHomes So Different,So Appealing?, 1956.Collage, 10 1/4” x 93/4”. KunsthalleTübingen, Tübingen,Germany.
  • 46. Yun Bai, Porn Flower
  • 47. Glenda León (b. Cuba1976; works in Cuba and Germany). Prolongación del deseo(Extension of Desire), 2005. Lambda print, 2 3/8 x 128 in. (5.8 x 325 cm). Courtesy of theartist
  • 48. Frida Kahlo, The TwoFridas1939Oil on canvas68 x 68 in. (173 x 173cm)Museo de ArteModerno, Mexico City
  • 49. Kara Wlaker
  • 50. Caspar David Friederich, Abadía en el bosque de encinas,1809-1810, óleo sobre lienzo, 110.4 x 171 cm. Berlín,Nationalgalerie
  • 51. Lucien Freud, Desnudo recostado
  • 52. Sally Mann"Emmett, Jessie, and Virginia"1989Gelatin silver print, 20 x 24 inches
  • 53. Man Ray, Le Cadeau, 1921
  • 54. Jeff Koons, Inflatable Flower andBunny (Tall White, Pink Bunny)vinyl, mirrors32 x 25 x 18 inches81.3 x 63.5 x 45.7 cm1979
  • 55. Maya Lin"Rock Field"199746 glass components, dimensions variableInstallation at the South Eastern Center forContemporary Art, Winston-Salem, NorthCarlina
  • 56. Jenny Saville, “Closed Contact#10 , 1996, photograph″
  • 57. 1814, Lluvia, vapor y velosidad. William Turner
  • 58. Marcel Pinas (b. Suriname 1971).Kuku (Kitchen), 2005. Plasticplates, aluminum spoons, cups,wood shelves; 59 x 59 x 8 5/8 in.(150 x 150 x 22 cm). Courtesy ofthe artist
  • 59. Glenda Leon
  • 60. Parte de manuscrito Vaticano con laliturgia de san Juan Crisóstomo, siglos X-XI,Ciudad del Vaticano, Biblioteca ApostólicaVaticana
  • 61. Jenny Saville, Torso 22004, Oil on canvas360 x 294 cm
  • 62. Julie MehretuStadia II, 2004ink and acrylic on canvas
  • 63. Antonio Caro
  • 64. Kim Joon, Bird Land - Chrysler, 2008,digital print, 120 x 210 cm. Image courtesyof the Sundaram Tagore Gallery.
  • 65. Joseph CornellDefense dAfficher Object 1939Construction8 15/16 x 13 15/16 x 2 1/8 in.Collection Denise and Andrew Saul
  • 66. Jean-Ulrick Désert (b. Haiti; works in Germany and United States). The Burqa Project: On theBorders of My Dreams I Encountered My Doubles Ghost, 2002. Mannequins and textiles, 63 x118 in. (160 x 300 cm). Courtesy of the artist
  • 67. John Currin The Go-See, 1999 oilon canvas 111 x 86cm AndreaRosen Gallery, New York
  • 68. Tōshūsai Sharaku, Segawa TomisaburoII as Yadorigilate 1700sOban, approx. 23 x 33cm
  • 69. Milton AverySelf-portrait1941Oil on canvas54 x 34 in. (137.2 x 86.4 cm)Collection of Roy R. Neuberger
  • 70. Andreas Gursky, EM Arena II, Amsterdam,2000C-print275 x 205 cm
  • 71. Cruz-Diez
  • 72. Marcel Duchamp, la mariée mise a nú par sescelibataires même
  • 73. Man Ray, Les Larmes(Tears). 1932.
  • 74. Arthur Simms (b. Jamaica1961; works in United States),and Peter Orner (b. UnitedStates 1968). Globe: The Veld,2004. Mixed media, 17 x 14 x14 in. (43.2 x 35.6 x 35.6 cm).Courtesy of the artist
  • 75. MayaLin"CraterSeries"199711beeswaxsculptures,dimensionsvariable,glassshelf11/2x96x10inches
  • 76. RobertRauschenbergDylaby1962, técnica mixta, 250 x170 x 46 cmNew York, SonnabendGallery
  • 77. Nicole Awai, Base and Shadow:Orange Joy Kitty in Cellophane2006; Mixed media-graphite,acrylic and glitter on paper; 26"x 38"
  • 78. Kurt SchwittersKonstruktion fur edleFrauen (Constructionfor Noble Ladies)1919Assemblage40 1/2 x 33 in. (103 x83.3 cm)Los Angeles CountyMuseum of Art
  • 79. The Wrapped Reichstag, Christo.
  • 80. José BediaKilling in thename of..."2009
  • 81. Balthus, Nude Beforea Mirror, 1955Balthus (BalthasarKlossowski) (Paris1908 - Rossiniere,Switzerland 2001)FrenchOil on canvas; 75 x64.5 in. (190.5 x163.8 cm)Robert LehmanCollection, 1975(1975.1.155)
  • 82. Miguel Luciano (b. PuertoRico1972; works in UnitedStates). Platano Pride, 2006.Chromogenic print, 40 x 30 in.(101.6 x 76.2 cm).
  • 83. Arturo Herrera – Untitled,1997
  • 84. Sally Mann"Fallen Child"1989Gelatin silver print, 20 x 24 inches
  • 85. Frida Kahlo, The Little Deer1946Oil on Masonite8 7/8 x 11 7/8 inCollection of Mrs. Carolyn Farb, Houston
  • 86. Alexandre Arrechea (b.Cuba1970). Elementosarquitectónicos I (ArchitecturalElements I), 2004. Chromogenicprint, 43 1/4 x 31 1/2 in. (110 x 80cm). Courtesy of the artist andMagnan Projects, New York
  • 87. George GroszThe Writer Max Herrmann-Neisse 1925Oil on canvas, 100 x 101 cmCortesy of StädtischeKunsthalle, Mannheim© Estate of GeorgeGrosz/Licensed by VAGA, NewYork
  • 88. Satch Hoyt (b. United Kingdom 1957;works in United States). Say It Loud!,2004. Five hundred books, white metalstaircase, and microphone with fourspeakers, wall text; dimensions variable.Courtesy of the artist
  • 89. Maurizio CattelanFrank and Jamie, 2002Wax and clothes, life sizefigureJamie: 71 3/4 x 24 3/4 x 18in. ( 182.2 x 62.9 x 45.7 cm )Frank: 75 1/2 x 25 x 20 3/4in. ( 191.8 x 63.5 x 52.7 cm)
  • 90. Louise Bourgeois"Spiral Woman"1984Bronze and slate disc; bronze: 11 1/2 x 3 1/2 x4 1/2 inches, disc diameter: 1 x 34 3/4 inchesCollection Elaine Dannheiser, New York
  • 91. Ursula von Rydingsvard"Plate with Dots"2006Cedar, 115 x 89 x 3 1/2 inches.
  • 92. Tirzo Martha (b. Curaçao 1965). Spiritof the Caribe, 2005. Mixed-mediainstallation, dimensions variable.Courtesy of the artist
  • 93. Japanese Kitchen (1999) © TabaimoPhoto by Hirotaka Yonekura; courtesy ofHara Museum of Contemporary Art
  • 94. Jenny Holzer"Truisms"1977–79Spectacolor electronic sign. Times Square, New York, 1986.
  • 95. Umbero Boccionni, Self-Portrait, 1905, Oil on canvas, 51.4 x 68.6 cm.Collection Lydia Winston Malbin, New York
  • 96. Jon Rappleye Relic,200847 x 42 Inches , acrylicand spray enamel onpaper $6,500 Framed
  • 97. Jorge Pineda (b.Dominican Republic1961). Mambrú, 2006.Nine figures; cedar wood,lead, fabric; each 60 x 4 x8 in. (152.4 x 10.2 x 20.3cm). Courtesy of the artist
  • 98. Cai Guo-Qiang"Borrowing Your Enemy’s Arrows"1998Wooden boat, 3000 arrows, electric fan,Chinese flag; boat: approximately 60 x283 x 90 inches; arrows: 24 inches, eachCollection Museum of Modern Art, NewYork
  • 99. Cai Guo-Qiang"Inopportune: Stage Two",detail2004Tigers: paper mache, plaster,fiberglass, resin, paintedhide; arrows: brass, bamboo,feathers; stage prop:styrofoam, wood, canvas,acrylic paint; dmensionsvariableInstallation view: MASSMoCA, North Adams, MA
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