See Dozens of Photos From MoMA’s New Galleries That Show How the Museum Is Rebooting the History of Modern Art

Old favorites are joined by new discoveries.

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The "Artist's Choice: Amy Sillman" gallery at MoMA. Image: Ben Davis.

The Museum of Modern Art is set to reopen after its big expansion and restoration—and when it does, its crown jewels, the permanent collection will be reimagined. Old hits are still there, but new discoveries are also worked in. Film and architecture are integrated into the galleries. The curation, as the New York Times reported, seeks to make room for “detours, anachronisms and surprise encounters.”

As the public gets ready for the new MoMA, here are photos that give a sense of how its new art history fits together on the all-important floors dedicated to its foundational focus on modern art.

The 5th Floor: 1880s-1940s

Various sculptures by Constantin Brancusi. Photo: Ben Davis.

Various sculptures by Constantin Brancusi. Photo: Ben Davis.

Vincent van Gogh, <em>The Starry Night</em> (1889) and Henri Rousseau, <em>The Sleeping Gypsy</em> (1897). Image: Ben Davis.

Vincent van Gogh, The Starry Night (1889) and Henri Rousseau, The Sleeping Gypsy (1897). Image: Ben Davis.

Paul Cézanne, <em>
Château Noir</em> (1903-04)
, and Paul Cézanne, <em>The Bather</em> (ca. 1885). Image: Ben Davis.

Paul Cézanne, 
Château Noir (1903-04)
, and Paul Cézanne, The Bather (ca. 1885). Image: Ben Davis.

Vincent van Gogh, <em> Portrait of Joseph Roulin</em> (1889). Image: Ben Davis.

Vincent van Gogh, Portrait of Joseph Roulin (1889). Image: Ben Davis.

Earthenware by George Ohr. Image: Ben Davis.

Earthenware by George Ohr. Image: Ben Davis.

The "Early Photography and Film" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Early Photography and Film” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Edwin Middleton, T. Hayes Hunter, and Klaw &amp; Erlanger Biograph Company, excerpts from <em>Lime Kiln Club Field Day</em> (1914). Image: Ben Davis.</em></em>

Edwin Middleton, T. Hayes Hunter, and Klaw & Erlanger Biograph Company, excerpts from Lime Kiln Club Field Day (1914). Image: Ben Davis.

Pablo Picasso's <em>Les Demoiselles d'Avignon</em> (1907) and Faith Ringgold's <em>American People Series #20: Die</em> (1967). Image: Ben Davis.

Pablo Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907) and Faith Ringgold’s American People Series #20: Die (1967). Image: Ben Davis.

Pablo Picasso, <em>Boy Leading a Horse</em> (1905-6), Louise Bourgeois, <em>Quarantania, I</em> (1947-53), and Pablo Picasso, <em>Bather</em> (1908-9). Image: Ben Davis.

Pablo Picasso, Boy Leading a Horse (1905-6), Louise Bourgeois, Quarantania, I (1947-53), and Pablo Picasso, Bather (1908-9). Image: Ben Davis.

The "New Expressionism in Germany and Austria" galleries. Image: Ben Davis.

The “New Expressionism in Germany and Austria” galleries. Image: Ben Davis.

Gabriele Münter, <em>Interior</em> (1908) and Vasily Kandinsky, <em>Picture with an Archer</em> (1909). Image: Ben Davis.

Gabriele Münter, Interior (1908) and Vasily Kandinsky, Picture with an Archer (1909). Image: Ben Davis.

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, <em>Street, Dresden</em> (1908). Image: Ben Davis.

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Street, Dresden (1908). Image: Ben Davis.

Gustav Klimt, <em>Hope, II</em> (1907-08) and Egon Schiele<em>, Portrait of Gerti Schiele</em> (1909). Image: Ben Davis.

Gustav Klimt, Hope, II (1907-08) and Egon Schiele, Portrait of Gerti Schiele (1909). Image: Ben Davis.

Paula Modersohn-Becker, <em>Self-Portrait with Two Flowers in Her Raised Left Hand</em> (1907). Image: Ben Davis.

Paula Modersohn-Becker, Self-Portrait with Two Flowers in Her Raised Left Hand (1907). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Circa 1913" gallery with Umberto Boccioni, <em>Unique Forms of Continuity in Space</em> (1913). Image: Ben Davis.

The “Circa 1913” gallery with Umberto Boccioni, Unique Forms of Continuity in Space (1913). Image: Ben Davis.

Hilma af Klint, <em>The Dove, No. 2, Series UW, Group IX</em> (1915), Georgia O'Keeffe, <em>Lake George, Coat and Red</em> (1919), and Raymond Duchamp Villon, <em>The Horse</em> (1914). Image: Ben Davis.

Hilma af Klint, The Dove, No. 2, Series UW, Group IX (1915), Georgia O’Keeffe, Lake George, Coat and Red (1919), and Raymond Duchamp Villon, The Horse (1914). Image: Ben Davis.

Diego Rivera, <em>Cubist Landscape</em> (1912), Juan Gris, <em>Grapes</em> (1913) and Pablo Picasso, <em>Glass of Absinthe</em> (1914). Image: Ben Davis.

Diego Rivera, Cubist Landscape (1912), Juan Gris, Grapes (1913) and Pablo Picasso, Glass of Absinthe (1914). Image: Ben Davis.

Vanessa Bell, <em>Composition</em> (ca. 1914) and František Kupka, <em>Mme Kupka among Verticals</em> (1910-11). Image: Ben Davis.

Vanessa Bell, Composition (ca. 1914) and František Kupka, Mme Kupka among Verticals (1910-11). Image: Ben Davis.

Marc Chagall, <em>I and the Village</em> (1911), Vladimir Baranoff-Rossiné, <em>Symphony Number 1</em> (1913), and Fernand Léger, <em>Exit the Ballets Russes</em> (1914). Image: Ben Davis.

Marc Chagall, I and the Village (1911), Vladimir Baranoff-Rossiné, Symphony Number 1 (1913), and Fernand Léger, Exit the Ballets Russes (1914). Image: Ben Davis.

Henri Matiesse, <em>The Red Studio</em> (1911) and Alma Thomas, <em>Fiery Sunset</em> (1973). Image: Ben Davis.

Henri Matisse, The Red Studio (1911) and Alma Thomas, Fiery Sunset (1973). Image: Ben Davis.

Olga Rozanova, <em>War</em> (1915). Image: Ben Davis.

Olga Rozanova, War (1915). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Readymade in Paris and New York." gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Readymade in Paris and New York.” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The "Readymade in Paris and New York." gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Readymade in Paris and New York.” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The "Florine Stettheimer and Company" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Florine Stettheimer and Company” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Florine Stettheimer, <em>Portrait of My Mother</em> (1925) and Jutta Koether, <em>Bitches Brew</em> (2010). Image: Ben Davis.

Florine Stettheimer, Portrait of My Mother (1925) and Jutta Koether, Bitches Brew (2010). Image: Ben Davis.

Frances Stark, <em>Chorus Line</em> (2008) and Rose Sélavy (Marcel Duchamp), <em>Fresh Window</em> (1920). Image: Ben Davis.

Frances Stark, Chorus Line (2008) and Rose Sélavy (Marcel Duchamp), Fresh Window (1920). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Machines, Mannequins, and Monsters" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Machines, Mannequins, and Monsters” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Film stills from <em>Metropolis</em> (1927). Image: Ben Davis.

Film stills from Metropolis (1927). Image: Ben Davis.

"The Vertical City" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

“The Vertical City” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, <em>Friedrichstrasse Skyscraper, Berlin</em> project (1921). Image: Ben Davis.

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Friedrichstrasse Skyscraper, Berlin project (1921). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Abstraction and Utopia" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Abstraction and Utopia” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Front: Katarzyna Kobro, <em>Spatial Composition (5)</em> (1929). Image: Ben Davis.

Front: Katarzyna Kobro, Spatial Composition (5) (1929). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Design for Modern Life" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Design for Modern Life” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Installation illustrating "The New Office." Image: Ben Davis.

Installation illustrating “The New Office.” Image: Ben Davis.

László Moholy-Nagy, <em>EM1</em>, <em>EM2</em>, and <em>EM3</em> (Telephone Pictures) (1923). Image: Ben Davis.

László Moholy-Nagy, EM1, EM2, and EM3 (Telephone Pictures) (1923). Image: Ben Davis.

Tarsila do Amaral, <em>The Moon</em> (1926), Constantin Brancusi, <em>Blonde Negress</em> (1933), and Fernand Léger, <em>Three Women</em> (1921-22).

Tarsila do Amaral, The Moon (1926), Constantin Brancusi, Blonde Negress (1933), and Fernand Léger, Three Women (1921-22).

Gerald Murphy, <em>Wasp and Pear</em> (1929). Image: Ben Davis.

Gerald Murphy, Wasp and Pear (1929). Image: Ben Davis.

Claude Monet's <em>Water Lilies</em> (1914-2). Image: Ben Davis.

Claude Monet’s Water Lilies (1914-2). Image: Ben Davis.

Various works in the "Artist's Choice: Amy Sillman" gallery at MoMA. Image: Ben Davis.

Various works in the “Artist’s Choice: Amy Sillman” gallery at MoMA. Image: Ben Davis.

Max Ernst, <em>Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale (Deux Enfants sont menacés par un rossignol).</em> (1924). Image: Ben Davis.

Max Ernst, Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale (Deux Enfants sont menacés par un rossignol). (1924). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Surrealist Objects" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Surrealist Objects” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Meret Oppenheim, <em>Object</em> (1936). Image: Ben Davis.

Meret Oppenheim, Object (1936). Image: Ben Davis.

Leonora Carrington, <em>And Then We Saw the Daughter of the Minotaur</em> (1953). Image: Ben Davis.

Leonora Carrington, And Then We Saw the Daughter of the Minotaur (1953). Image: Ben Davis.

René Magritte, <em>The Portrait</em> (1935) and Germaine Dulac, excerpt from <em>The Seashell and the Clergyman</em> (1928). Image: Ben Davis.

René Magritte, The Portrait (1935) and Germaine Dulac, excerpt from The Seashell and the Clergyman (1928). Image: Ben Davis.

Elizabeth King Hawley, <em>Hanging Sphere</em> (ca. 1875) and Unknown, <em>Untitled</em> (1936). Image: Ben Davis.

Elizabeth King Hawley, Hanging Sphere (ca. 1875) and Unknown, Untitled (1936). Image: Ben Davis.

Salvador Dalí, <em>The Little Theater</em> (1934). Image: Ben Davis.

Salvador Dalí, The Little Theater (1934). Image: Ben Davis.

Frida Kahlo, <em>Fulang-Chang and I</em> (1937). Image: Ben Davis.

Frida Kahlo, Fulang-Chang and I (1937). Image: Ben Davis.

Front: Amedeo Modigliani, <em>Head</em> (1915?). Image: Ben Davis.

Front: Amedeo Modigliani, Head (1915?). Image: Ben Davis.

Frank Lloyd Wright, <em>Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York</em> (1943-59). Image: Ben Davis.

Frank Lloyd Wright, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (1943-59). Image: Ben Davis.

Furniture works by Frederick Kiesler. Image: Ben Davis.

Furniture works by Frederick Kiesler. Image: Ben Davis.

Center: Edward Hopper. <em>New York Movie</em> (1939). Image: Ben Davis.

Center: Edward Hopper. New York Movie (1939). Image: Ben Davis.

Herbert Bayer, <em>Floor plan for the exhibition 'Bauhaus: 1919-1928,' The Museum of Modern Art</em> (Dec, 7, 1938-Jan. 30, 1939), and Janet Sobel, <em>Milky Way</em> (1945). Image: Ben Davis.

Herbert Bayer, Floor plan for the exhibition ‘Bauhaus: 1919-1928,’ The Museum of Modern Art (Dec, 7, 1938-Jan. 30, 1939), and Janet Sobel, Milky Way (1945). Image: Ben Davis.

Morris Hirshfield<em> Tiger</em> (1940) and William Edmondson, <em>Nurse Supervisor</em> (ca. 1940). Image: Ben Davis

Morris Hirshfield Tiger (1940) and William Edmondson, Nurse Supervisor (ca. 1940). Image: Ben Davis

Morris Hirshfield, <em>Angora Cat</em> (1937-39). Image: Ben Davis.

Morris Hirshfield, Angora Cat (1937-39). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Responding to War" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Responding to War” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Francis Bacon, <em>Painting</em> (1946) and David Alfaro Siquieros, <em>Collective Suicide</em> (1936). Image: Ben Davis.

Francis Bacon, Painting (1946) and David Alfaro Siquieros, Collective Suicide (1936). Image: Ben Davis.

José Clemente Orozco, <em>Dive Bomber and Tank</em> (1940). Image: Ben Davis.

José Clemente Orozco, Dive Bomber and Tank (1940). Image: Ben Davis.

Pablo Picasso, <em>The Charnel House</em> (1944-45). Image: Ben Davis.

Pablo Picasso, The Charnel House (1944-45). Image: Ben Davis.

Peter Blume, <em>The Eternal City</em> (1934-37). Image: Ben Davis.

Peter Blume, The Eternal City (1934-37). Image: Ben Davis.

Diego Rivera, <em>Flower Festival: Feast of Santa Anita</em> (1931). Image: Ben Davis.

Diego Rivera, Flower Festival: Feast of Santa Anita (1931). Image: Ben Davis.

The 4th Floor: Collection 1940s-1970s

Lawrence Weiner, <em>A BIT OF MATTER AND A LITTLE BIT MORE</em> (1976). Image: Ben Davis.

Lawrence Weiner, A BIT OF MATTER AND A LITTLE BIT MORE (1976). Image: Ben Davis.

"New Monuments" gallery. Image. Ben Davis.

The “New Monuments” gallery. Image. Ben Davis.

Maria Martins, <em>The Impossible, III</em> (1946) and Sonja Sekula, <em>The Town of the Poor</em> (1951). Image: Ben Davis.

Maria Martins, The Impossible, III (1946) and Sonja Sekula, The Town of the Poor (1951). Image: Ben Davis.

Wilfredo Lam, <em>The Jungle</em> (1943) and Maya Deren, <em>A Study in Choreography for Camera</em> (1945). Image: Ben Davis.

Wilfredo Lam, The Jungle (1943) and Maya Deren, A Study in Choreography for Camera (1945). Image: Ben Davis.

The "In and Around Harlem" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Jacob Lawrence, The Migration Series (1940-1). Image: Ben Davis.

Ben Shahn, <em>Willis Avenue Bridge</em> (1940). Image: Ben Davis.

Ben Shahn, Willis Avenue Bridge (1940). Image: Ben Davis.

Front: David Smith, <em>History of LeRoy Burton</em> (1956). Image: Ben Davis.

Front: David Smith, History of LeRoy Burton (1956). Image: Ben Davis.

Jackson Pollock, <em>One: Number 31, 1950</em> (1950). Image: Ben Davis.

Jackson Pollock, One: Number 31, 1950 (1950). Image: Ben Davis.

Vasudeo S. Gaitonde, <em>Painting, 4</em> (1962) and Mark Rothko, <em>No. 10</em> (1950). Image: Ben Davis.

Vasudeo S. Gaitonde, Painting, 4 (1962) and Mark Rothko, No. 10 (1950). Image: Ben Davis.

Isamu Noguchi, <em>Even the Centipede</em> (1952) and Lee Krasner, <em>Gaea</em> (1966). Image: Ben Davis.

Isamu Noguchi, Even the Centipede (1952) and Lee Krasner, Gaea (1966). Image: Ben Davis.

Sérgio Camargo, <em>Edge</em> (1962). Image: Ben Davis.

Sérgio Camargo, Edge (1962). Image: Ben Davis.

Ellsworth Kelly, <em>Colors for a Large Wall</em> (1951) and Carmen Herrera, <em>Untitled</em> (1952). Image: Ben Davis.

Ellsworth Kelly, Colors for a Large Wall (1951) and Carmen Herrera, Untitled (1952). Image: Ben Davis.

Henri Matisse, <em>The Swimming Pool</em> (1952). Image: Ben Davis.

Henri Matisse, The Swimming Pool (1952). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Frank O'Hara, Lunchtime Poet" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Frank O’Hara, Lunchtime Poet” gallery with Larry Rivers, Double Portrait of Frank O’Hara. Image: Ben Davis.

Various artists' works for "In Memory of My Feelings" and Robert Motherwell, <em>Elegy to the Spanish Republic, 54</em> (1957-61). Image: Ben Davis.

Various artists’ works for “In Memory of My Feelings” and Robert Motherwell, Elegy to the Spanish Republic, 54 (1957-61). Image: Ben Davis.

Robert Rauschenberg, <em>Canyon</em> (1959). Image: Ben Davis.

Robert Rauschenberg, Canyon (1959). Image: Ben Davis.

Lee Bontecou, <em>Untitled</em> (1961). Image: Ben Davis.

Lee Bontecou, Untitled (1961). Image: Ben Davis.

Atsuko Tanaka, <em>Untitled</em> (1956). Image: Ben Davis.

Atsuko Tanaka, Untitled (1956). Image: Ben Davis.

The "Stamp, Scavenge, Crush" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Stamp, Scavenge, Crush” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Marisol, <em>Love</em> (1962). Image: Ben Davis.

Marisol, Love (1962). Image: Ben Davis.

Hiroshi Yamaya, <em>Composition</em> (1953) and Gen Otsuka, <em>Snow Fantasy</em> (1953). Image: Ben Davis.

Hiroshi Yamaya, Composition (1953) and Gen Otsuka, Snow Fantasy (1953). Image: Ben Davis.

The "At the Border of Art and Life" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “At the Border of Art and Life” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

William Pope.L, <em>Mal Content</em> (1992). Image: Ben Davis.

William Pope.L, Mal Content (1992). Image: Ben Davis.

Judith Scott, <em>Untitled</em> (2002). Image: Ben Davis.

Judith Scott, Untitled (2002). Image: Ben Davis.

Gallery playing films by Andy Warhol. Image: Ben Davis.

Gallery playing films by Andy Warhol. Image: Ben Davis.

Roy Lichtenstein, <em>Drowning Girl</em> (1962). Image: Ben Davis.

Roy Lichtenstein, Drowning Girl (1962). Image: Ben Davis.

Hervé Télémaque, <em>No Title: (The Ugly American)</em> (1964). Image: Ben Davis.

Hervé Télémaque, No Title: (The Ugly American) (1964). Image: Ben Davis.

The "From Soup Cans to Flying Saucers" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “From Soup Cans to Flying Saucers” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Vija Celmins, <em>Bikini</em> (1968) and Sigmar Polke, <em>Fliegende Untertassen (Flying Saucer)</em> (1966). Image: Ben Davis.

Vija Celmins, Bikini (1968) and Sigmar Polke, Fliegende Untertassen (Flying Saucer) (1966). Image: Ben Davis.

Idelle Weber, <em>Untitled</em> (ca. 1968-70). Image: Ben Davis.

Idelle Weber, Untitled (ca. 1968-70). Image: Ben Davis.

Dan Flavin, <em>untitled (to the "innovator" of Wheeling Peachblow)</em> (1969), Walter de Maria, <em>Cage II</em> (1965), Anne Truitt, <em>Catawba</em> (1962), Rasheed Araeen, <em>(3+4)SR</em> (1969), and Donald Judd, <em>Untitled</em> (1967) in the "Breaking the Mold" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Dan Flavin, untitled (to the “innovator” of Wheeling Peachblow) (1969), Walter de Maria, Cage II (1965), Anne Truitt, Catawba (1962), Rasheed Araeen, (3+4)SR (1969), and Donald Judd, Untitled (1967) in the “Breaking the Mold” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Lawrence Weiner, <em>A 36" X 36" REMOVAL TO THE LATHING OR SUPPORT WALL OF PLASTER OR WALLBOARD FROM A WALL</em> (1968) and Eva Hesse, <em>Repetition Nineteen III</em> (1969). Image: Ben Davis.

Lawrence Weiner, A 36″ X 36″ REMOVAL TO THE LATHING OR SUPPORT WALL OF PLASTER OR WALLBOARD FROM A WALL (1968) and Eva Hesse, Repetition Nineteen III (1969). Image: Ben Davis.

David Tudor and Composers Inside Electronics Inc., Rainforest V (variation 1). Image: Ben Davis.

David Tudor and Composers Inside Electronics Inc., Rainforest V (variation 1). Image: Ben Davis.

The "City as Stage" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “City as Stage” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

David Hammons, <em>Free Nelson Mandela</em> (1987). Image: Ben Davis.

David Hammons, Free Nelson Mandela (1987). Image: Ben Davis.

Rammellzee, <em>Alphabet</em> (n.d.), Image: Ben Davis.

Rammellzee, Alphabet (n.d.), Image: Ben Davis.

The "Idea Art" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

The “Idea Art” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Dieter Roth, <em>Hat</em> (1965). Image: Ben Davis.

Dieter Roth, Hat (1965). Image: Ben Davis.

Ewa Partum, <em>Autobiografia (Autobiography)</em> (1971-74). Image: Ben Davis.

Ewa Partum, Autobiografia (Autobiography) (1971-74). Image: Ben Davis.

Mary Beth Edelson, <em>Some Living American Women Artists</em> (1972). Image: Ben Davis.

Mary Beth Edelson, Some Living American Women Artists (1972). Image: Ben Davis.

"The Art of the Multiple" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

“The Art of the Multiple” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

Joan Jonas's <em>Mirage</em>. Image: Ben Davis.

Joan Jonas’s Mirage. Image: Ben Davis.

R. Buckminster Fuller, <em>Geodesic Dome</em> (1952) in the "Architecture Systems" gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

R. Buckminster Fuller, Geodesic Dome (1952) in the “Architecture Systems” gallery. Image: Ben Davis.

A clip of Jacques Tati's film <em>Playtime</em> in the background of the facade from the United Nations Secretarial Building. Image: Ben Davis.

A clip of Jacques Tati’s film Playtime in the background of the facade from the United Nations Secretarial Building. Image: Ben Davis.

Superstudio, <em>Fundamental Acts:Love</em> (1971-73) and Daniel Grataloup, <em>Urban Proposal with Multi Thin-Shell Capsules</em> project (1974). Image: Ben Davis.

Superstudio, Fundamental Acts: Love (1971-73) and Daniel Grataloup, Urban Proposal with Multi Thin-Shell Capsules project (1974). Image: Ben Davis.

Tetsumi Kudo, <em>Pollution-Cultivation-New-Ecology Underground</em> (1972-73) and Marisol, <em>Diptych</em> (1971). Image: Ben Davis.

Tetsumi Kudo, Pollution-Cultivation-New-Ecology Underground (1972-73) and Marisol, Diptych (1971). Image: Ben Davis.

John Outterbridge, <em>Broken Dance, Ethnic Heritage Series</em> (ca. 1978-82) and Ha Chong-Hyun, <em>Conjunction 74-26</em> (1974). Image: Ben Davis.

John Outterbridge, Broken Dance, Ethnic Heritage Series (ca. 1978-82) and Ha Chong-Hyun, Conjunction 74-26 (1974). Image: Ben Davis.

Paul Thek, <em>Hippopotamus Poison</em> (1965). Image: Ben Davis.

Paul Thek, Hippopotamus Poison (1965). Image: Ben Davis.

Benny Andrews, <em>No More Games</em> (1970). Image: Ben Davis.

Benny Andrews, No More Games (1970). Image: Ben Davis.

Rosemarie Trockel, <em>Books Drafts</em> (1978-2003) and <em>Spiral Betty</em> (2010). Image: Ben Davis.

Rosemarie Trockel, Books Drafts (1978-2003) and Spiral Betty (2010). Image: Ben Davis.


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