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  1. Olafur Eliasson. <i>Seeing yourself sensing</i> (detail). Installation view. 2001. Photo: Roxana Marcoci

    Projects 73: Olafur Eliasson—Seeing yourself sensing

    September 13, 2001–May 21, 2002


  2. Ricci Albenda. <i>Tesseract</i>. 2001. Installation view. Wallboard, gatorboard, fiberglass, aluminum, paint, and light, 25 x 30 x 10' (762 x 914.4 x 304.8 cm) (approx.). Courtesy Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

    Projects 74: Ricci Albenda

    November 16, 2001–January 22, 2002


  3. Jacob Lawrence. <i>Street Shadows</i>. 1959. Tempera on gesso on board, 24 x 29 7/8" (61 x 75.9 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Ellen Kern in memory of her parents, Lewis and Jewel Garlick. © Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence, courtesy the Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Foundation

    New to the Modern: Recent Acquisitions from the Department of Drawings

    October 25, 2001–January 8, 2002


  4. Alberto Giacometti. <i>Spoon Woman</i>. 1926–27. Bronze, 57 x 20 1/4 x 8 1/4". (144.8 x 51.4 x 21 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Acquired through the Mrs. Rita Silver Fund in honor of her husband Leo Silver and in memory of her son Stanley R. Silver, and the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hochschild Fund, 1986. © 2001 The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2001 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris

    Alberto Giacometti

    October 11, 2001–January 8, 2002


  5. Bismarck Monument, Bingen-am-Rhein. 1910. Longitudinal elevation. Pencil and colored pastel on tracing paper, 39 3/4 x 85 1/2 in. (99.5 x 214 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Mies van der Rohe Archive. Gift of the architect

    Mies in Berlin

    June 21–September 11, 2001


  6. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. <i>Cover for the portfolio L'Estampe originale (The Original Print)</i>. 1893. Lithograph, 22 1/4 x 25 11/16" (56.5 x 65.2 cm). Publisher: Editions du Journal des artistes, Paris. Printer: Edward Ancourt, Paris. Edition: 100. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Grace M. Mayer Bequest

    What Is a Print?

    March 22–June 5, 2001


  7. Pablo Picasso. <i>The Weeping Woman</i>. 1937. Etching, aquatint and drypoint, plate: 27 1/8 x 19 1/2" (68.9 x 49.5 cm), sheet: 30 5/16 x 22 5/16" (77 x 56.7 cm). Publisher: the artist, Paris. Printer: Lacourière, Paris. Edition: 15 (3rd of 7 states). Acquired through the generosity of the Katsko Suzuki Memorial Fund, the Riva Castleman Endowment Fund, David Rockefeller, The Philip and Lynn Straus Foundation Fund, and Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro; Linda and Bill Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Schimmel, the Edward John Noble Foundation, and the Associates of the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books; The Cowles Charitable Trust, Nelson Blitz, Jr. with Catherine Woodard and Perri and Allison Blitz, Mary Ellen Meehan, and Anna Marie and Robert F. Shapiro; and Ruth and Louis Aledort, Carol and Bert Freidus, David S. Orentreich, M.D., and Susan and Peter Ralston. © 2001 Estate P. Picasso/ARS, N.Y.

    About Face: Selections from the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books

    May 21–June 5, 2001


  8. Mariko Mori. <i>Star Doll</i>. 1998. (Edition for <i>Parkett</i> 54, 1998©99). Multiple of doll, 10 1/4 x 3 1/8" x 1 9/16" (26 x 8 x 4 cm) (irreg.). Publisher: Parkett, Zurich and New York. Manufacturer: Marmit, Tokyo. Edition: 99. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Laura Barth Goldstein Fund. © 1998 Mariko Mori

    Collaborations with Parkett: 1984 to Now

    April 5–June 5, 2001


  9. Van Gogh's Postman: The Portraits of Joseph Roulin

    February 1–May 15, 2001


  10. Andreas Gursky. <i>Shanghai</i>. 2000. Chromogenic color print, 9' 11 5/16" x 6' 9 1/2" (280 x 200 cm). Lent by the artist, courtesy Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, and Monika Sprüth Galerie, Cologne. © 2001 Andreas Gursky

    Andreas Gursky

    March 4–May 15, 2001


  11. <i>Garage</i> mail catalogue, Japan. Example of contemporary work environment. 2000. Photo: Plus Corporation, Garage Division

    Workspheres

    February 8–April 22, 2001