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Agnes Martin's "On a Clear Day #11."
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"Folded and Crushed 44," a worked-over silver gelatin print by Amanda Means.
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Carmelle Safdie's "Program 9" includes phosphorescent pigment that creates a visual buzz.
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Installation view of Sol Lewitt's set of etchings with aquatint titled "Horizontal Color Bands and Vertical Color Bands."
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One of Sol Lewitt's seven prints from his "Horizontal Color Bands and Vertical Color Bands" suite.
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To make her "Ecotone #69 (Bainbridge Island, WA 07.01.16, Draped with Sun Showers and Drizzle," Meghann Riepenhoff exposed light-sensitive paper to the elements.
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The appearance of Mika Tajima's translucent "Furniture Art (Beijing)" is altered by the surface it's displayed upon.
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PHOTO COURTESY DEBORAH RONNEN FINE ART
Agnes Martin's "On a Clear Day #11."