Mollie McKinley The Magician, 2015 Archival Inkjet Print
32 x 42 inches
Edition of 5
Brooke DiDonato Predicament, 2018 Archival inkjet print
30 x 45 inches
Edition of 5
Sarah E. Brook Viewfinding, 2018 Large scale public sculpture (Riverside Park South)
Reclaimed lumber and cast-acrylic panels
Tahir Carl Karmali Stargazer, 2017 Raffia and cobalt oxide
65 x 38 x 99 inches
Kenseth Armstead Heresy Hearsay, 2014 Aluminum, tar, and feathers
24 x 50 x 50 feet
Thessia Machado Interference, 2009 Copper and mixed media electronics
12 x 12 x 4 inches
Madora Frey Half-moon, 2018 Glass, neon, mirrors, wood
20 x 24 x 10 inches
Ronald Hall Exchanging Moments In Time, 2013 Oil on canvas
36 x 48 inches
Lola Flash Self-portrait, c. 1990 C-print Vintage Photograph 20 x 24 inches

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