|Philippe Parreno and Rirkrit Tiravanija's Puppets (2009)|
|Ethan Wagner & Thea Westreich Wagner|
Ms. Westreich Wagner and Mr. Wagner noted, "We are thrilled that audiences will be able to experience these exhibitions at the Whitney and Pompidou. These are works by artists whom we deeply admire and want to share with the world." The exhibition explores ideas and themes that recur in the collection across generations, mediums, and nationalities. In some cases the works exhibit a rebellious or subversive spirit, and they are variously infused with iron and humor.
Among the works shown in the exhibition are Robert Gober's The Ascending Sink (1985); Bernadette Corporation's Creation of a False Feeling (2000); Richard Prince's Nancy to her Girlfriend (1988); Diane Arbus's Puerto Rican woman with a beauty mark, N.Y.C. (1965); Christopher Wool's Incident on 9th Street (1997); Hto Steyer's Red Alert (2007; Matis Faldbakken's Untitled (Locker Sculpture #01) (2010) and much more.
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