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  1. Projects 65: Maurizio Cattelan

    November 6, 1998–December 4, 1999


  2. Jackson Pollock. <i>Number 32, 1950</i>. Enamel on canvas, 8'10" x 15' (269 x 457.5 cm). Kunstammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf. © 1998 Pollock-Krasner Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo © Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen. Photo: Walter Klein, Dusseldorf

    Jackson Pollock

    October 28, 1998–February 2, 1999


  3. Zhang Peili: Eating

    October 28, 1998–February 2, 1999


  4. Willem de Kooning. <i>Weekend at Mr. and Mrs. Krisher</i>. 1970. Lithograph, 42 7/16 x 30" (107.9 x 76.2 cm). Publisher: Knoedler, New York. Printer: Hollanders Workshop, New York. Edition 75. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Lee V. Eastman and John L. Eastman, 1971

    Dubuffet to de Kooning: Expressionist Prints from Europe and America

    October 29, 1998–February 2, 1999


  5. Jackson Pollock. <i>Untitled (8.</i>. 1944–45. Engraving and drypoint, printed in black, 11 13/16 x 8 13/16" (30 x 22.8 cm). Gift of Lee Krasner Pollock

    Focus: Pollock and Printmaking

    October 29, 1998–February 2, 1999


  6. Joan Miró. <i>Plate 8 from the Black and Red Series</i>. 1938. Etching, 6 5/8 x 10 1/8" (16.8 x 26.8 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased with the Frances Keech Fund and funds given by Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Gilbert Kaplan, Jeanne C. Thayer, Reba and Dave Williams, Lee and Ann Fensterstock, Linda Barth Goldstein, Walter Bareiss, Mrs. Melville Wakeman Hall, Emily Rauh Pulitzer, and Herbert D. Schimmel © Estate Joan Miró/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

    Miró's Black and Red Series: A New Acquisition in Context

    November 19, 1998–February 2, 1999


  7. Yoshihiro Kimura. <i>Pedocal</i>. 1996. Nylon, polyurethane, polyester, and rayon, 44" (111.8 cm) wide. Mfr.: Kimura Senko Co., Ltd., Shiga. Flock printed

    Structure and Surface: Contemporary Japanese Textiles

    November 12, 1998–January 26, 1999


  8. Fernando and Umberto Campana. <i>Chair</i>. 1993. Steel and cotton rope. Mfr. by Edra, Italy.

    Projects 66: Campana/Ingo Maurer

    November 27, 1998–January 19, 1999


  9. Rachel Harrison. <i>What Would It be Like to Be Imelda Marcos?</i> 1996–1997. Chromogenic color print in Styrofoam, papier-mâ:ché, and acrylic, 44 x 21 x 22" (118.8 x 53.4 x 55.9 cm). Courtesy GreenNaftali Inc., New York

    New Photography 14: Jeanne Dunning, Olafur Eliasson, Rachel Harrison, Sam Taylor-Wood

    October 15, 1998–January 12, 1999


  10. Franz Kline. <i>Untitled, II</i>. c. 1950–52. Brush and ink and tempera on cut-and-pasted telephone book pages 11 X 9" (28.1 x 23 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchase

    The New York School

    September 17, 1998–January 12, 1999


  11. UFA Film Posters, 1918–1943

    September 17, 1998–January 5, 1999


  12. Projects 64: Diana Thater

    September 24–November 10, 1998


  13. Alberto Giacometti. <i>Cubist Head</i>. 1933. Engraving. 12 1/16 x 10 1/8" (30.9 x 25.7 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Stanley W. Hayter, 1968

    Giacometti to Judd: Prints by Sculptors

    June 9–October 13, 1998


  14. Bonnard

    June 21–October 13, 1998


  15. Willie Cole. <i>Domestic I.D. IV</i>. 1992. Iron scorches and pencil on paper mounted in recycled painted wooden window frame, 35 x 32 x 1 1/8" (88.9 x 81.3 x 3.4 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Purchased with funds given by Agnes Gund

    New Concepts in Printmaking 2: Willie Cole

    June 9–October 13, 1998


  16. Yayoi Kusama. <i>Infinity Mirror Room--Phalli's Field (or Floor Show)</i>. 1965. Installation view. Sewn stuffed fabric, plywood, and mirrors. 8' 1/8" x 16' 3/8" x 16' 3/8" (2.5 x 5 x 5 m). Reconstructed 1998

    Love Forever: Yayoi Kusama 1958–1968

    July 9–October 6, 1998


  17. Aleksandr Rodchenko

    June 25–October 6, 1998


  18. David Goldblatt: Photographs from South Africa

    July 16–October 6, 1998


  19. Tony Smith. <i>Louisenberg</i>. 1953–54/68. Acrylic on canvas, 8' 3 3/4" x 11' 7 3/4" (253.4 x 355 cm). Tony Smith Estate, New York. Photo: Thomas Powel. © 1998 Tony Smith Estate/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

    Tony Smith

    July 2–September 22, 1998


  20. New Video Acquisitions: Four Voices

    June 25–September 20, 1998


  21. Jim Dine. <i>A Tree that Shatters the Dancing</i>. 1980. Synthetic polymer paint, synthetic polymer spray paint, charcoal and pastel on cut-and-pasted paper. 56 1/8 x 5 1/8" (143.4 x 127.5 cm) (irreg) The Museum of Modern Art. Gift of Nancy and Jim Dine in memory of Myron Orlofsky

    Elements of the Natural: 1950–1992

    May 7–September 8, 1998


  22. More Pieces for the Puzzle: Recent Additions to the Collection

    July 21–September 8, 1998


  23. Robert Cumming. <i>Two Views of One Mishap of Minor Consequence</i>. 1973. (Right panel). Gelatin-silver print. Gift of Mrs. Adam P. Bartos

    The Clutter of Happenstance: Photographs by Robert Cumming

    March 19–July 5, 1998


  24. Projects 63: Karin Davie, Udomsak Krisanamis, Bruce Pearson, Fred Tomaselli

    May 14–June 30, 1998


  25. At Home in the City: Children Celebrate NYC's 100th Birthday

    May 18–June 9, 1998


  26. Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons: Spoken Softly with Mama

    March 5–May 26, 1998


  27. Artists and Subjects: Picasso to Stella

    February 26–May 26, 1998


  28. Chuck Close

    February 26–May 26, 1998


  29. Alvar Aalto: Between Humanism and Materialism

    February 19–May 19, 1998


  30. Fernand Léger. <i>La Grande Julie (Big Julie)</i>. 1945. Oil on canvas. 44 x 50 1/8" (111.8 x 127.3 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Acquired through the Lillie P. Bliss Bequest, 1945. Photograph © 1998 The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © Estate of Fernand Léger/Artists Rights Society (ARS), N.Y.

    Fernand Léger

    February 15–May 12, 1998


  31. <i>Interior perspective of collection gallery 2</i>. 1997. Computer-generated print mounted on foam board, 10 5/8' x 21" (27 x 53.3 cm). Photo: Kotaro Hirano

    Rethinking the Modern: Three Proposals for The Museum of Modern Art

    March 5–April 28, 1998


  32. Fabrications

    January 29–April 28, 1998


  33. Diego Rivera. <i>Two Figures</i>. c. 1925. Colored chalk, gouache, and pencil on grey paper. 9 1/4 x 10 3/4" (23.2 x 27.3 cm). Given anonymously, 1940. The Museum of Modern Art. Photograph © 1998 The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

    Drawing in Latin America

    January 29–April 21, 1998