ADÁL

(Puerto Rican, b. 1948)

Auto-Retrato: Puerto Rican Underwater, From the series Los Ahogados, 1987

Glicée print

Courtesy of the artist

 

Laura Aguilar

(American, b. 1959 – d. 2018)

Nature Self-Portrait #2, 1996

Gelatin silver print

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Greta Alfaro

(Spanish, b. 1977)

In Ictu Oculi, 2009

Single channel video, HDV, color, sound, 16:9, 10’35’’

Courtesy of Greta Alfaro

Allora & Calzadilla

(Jennifer Allora, American, b. 1974, Guillermo Calzadilla, Cuban, b. 1971)

The Great Silence, 2016

Single channel HD video, 16’ 22’’ 

Courtesy of the artists

Lucas Arruda

(Brazilian, b. 1983)

Untitled, 2012

Oil on canvas

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Firelei Báez

(Dominican, b. 1981)

Untitled (Insularum Hispaniole et Cubae), 2020

Oil and acrylic on archival printed canvas

Courtesy of the artist and James Cohan Gallery, New York

Alberto Baraya

(Colombian, b. 1968)

Herbario de plantas artificiales, 2009

Mixed media on paper

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection 

Alicia Barney

(Colombian, b. 1952)

Estratificación de basurero utópico, 1987

10 tubes of acrylic, organic waste and soil

Courtesy of the artist and Instituto de Visión

Albert Berg

(German, b. 1825 – d. 1884)

Andes of Quindo, 1872

Oil on canvas

Collection of Axel Stein, New York City

Alberto Borea

(Peruvian, b. 1979)

We are all gone, 2014

Intervention on metal cage

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

David Brooks

(American, b. 1975)

7 Perspectives of La Esmeralda (and its Lost Worlds), 2020

Seven folios packed in one travel crate: bookbinding cloth, color prints, clipboard, chipboard, PVA 3D prints, ink, vellum, thread, wood and hardware

Courtesy of the artist

David Brooks

(American, b. 1975)

January 14th, 2017 (82 Beachings of False Killer Whales), 2020

Bronze

Courtesy of the artist

Feliciano Centurión

(Paraguayan, b. 1962 – d. 1996)

Estoy vivo, 1994

Embroidery with inclusion on blanket

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Marcos Chaves

(Brazilian, b. 1961)

Patamar, 2013

Digital print on cotton paper

Galeria Nara Roesler

Carl Cheng

(American, b. 1942)

Specimen Viewer No. 3, 1970

Plexiglas, vacuum formed acrylic plastic, plastic cases, 4 specimen cases, LED lights, wiring, metal latch and hinges

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Donna Conlon

(American, b. 1966)

Country Road, 2002

Video

Courtesy of the artist and Diablo Rosso

Donna Conlon and Jonathan Harker

(Conlon, American, b. 1966 and Harker, Ecuadorian, b. 1975)

Dry Season, 2006

Video

Courtesy of the artist and Diablo Rosso

Minerva Cuevas

(Mexican, b. 1975)

Paysage Marin, 2020

Oil on canvas dipped in chapopote

Courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto, Mexico City / New York

Agnes Denes

(Hungarian/ American, b. 1931)

Wheatfield - A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill, Downtown Manhattan - Before Planting, 1982

Type C print

Courtesy Agnes Denes and Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York

Agnes Denes

(Hungarian/ American, b. 1931)

Wheatfield - A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill, Downtown Manhattan – The Harvest, 1982

Type C print

Courtesy Agnes Denes and Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York

Agnes Denes

(Hungarian/ American, b. 1931)

Wheatfield - A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill, Downtown Manhattan - With Agnes Denes Standing in the Field, 1982

Type C print

Courtesy Agnes Denes and Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York

Juan Downey

(Chilean, b. 1940 – d. 1993)

Fresh Air, 1972

Single channel video, black-and-white, sound

Courtesy of the Estate of Juan Downey

Juan Downey

(Chilean, b. 1940 – d. 1993)

Life Cycle: Soil + Water = Flowers + Bees = Honey, 1971

Colored pencil and collage on paper

Courtesy of the Estate of Juan Downey

Juan Downey

(Chilean, b. 1940 – d. 1993)

Life Cycle: Soil + Water = Flowers + Bees = Honey, 1971

Courtesy of the Estate of Juan Downey

The Harrisons

Newton Harrison (American, b. 1932) and Helen Harrison (American, b. 1927 - d. 2018)

Garden of Hot Winds and Warm Rains (A Prophesy), 1996

Colored pencil on paper

Courtesy of Various Small Fires, Los Angeles/Seoul.

Susan Hiller

(American, b. 1940 - d. 2019)

Mistress of the Animals (Artemisia Brauronia); Homage to Joseph Beuys, 1969/2013

Single Edwardian oak, felt lined cabinet with bottles of holy water

Loaned courtesy of Lisson Gallery

Alexander von Humboldt

(German, b. 1769 - d. 1859)

Essai sur la géographie des plantes: a accompagné d’un tableau physique des regions équinoxiales... [Essay on the Geography of Plants: Accompanied by a Physical Table of the Equinoctial Regions]

Engraving by Louis Bouquet, drawing by Lorenz Schönberger and Pierre Turpin, after a sketch by Alexander von Humboldt, Paris, 1805

Collection of Axel Stein, New York City

Alexander von Humboldt

(German, b. 1769 - d. 1859)

Mapa Itinerario: Del Curso del Orinoco, Del Atabapo de Casiquiare, Y del Río Negro [Itinerary Map: The Course of Orinoco, of the Atabapo of Casiquiare, and the Rio Negro]

Drawn by Alexander von Humboldt in Quito, 1802

Completed in Paris by J.B. Poirson in 1814

Printed by Lallemend

Collection of Axel Stein, New York City

Gyula Kosice

(Argentine, b. 1924 – d. 2016)

Televisor Hidraulizado 2, 1956

Acrylic on aluminum

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Gordon Matta-Clark

(American, b. 1943 – d. 1978)

Fresh Air Cart, 1974

Ink on paper

© The Estate of Gordon-Matta Clark

Courtesy The Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark and David Zwirner

Gordon Matta-Clark

(American, b. 1943 – d. 1978)

Parked Island Barges on the Hudson, 1970-1971

Graphite and ink on paper

© The Estate of Gordon-Matta Clark

Courtesy The Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark and David Zwirner

Daniel Medina

(Venezuelan, b. 1978)

MPAM - 001/09, 2009

Incision on paper

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Ana Mendieta

(Cuban, b.  1948 – d. 1985)

From the Silueta Series – w/ Gunpowder, 1981

Lifetime silver gelatin print

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection 

Sandra Monterroso

(Guatemalan, b. 1974)

Volviendo al Punto de Partida, 2012

Textiles, cotton, yarn, synthetic yarn gold, two engraved knives

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

William Pope.L

(American, b. 1955)

Flint Water, 2017

24 bottles of Flint Water hand-packed in a custom shipping box

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Alejandro Puente

(Argentine, b. 1933 – d. 2013)

Untitled, 1983

Feathers on burlap

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Eduardo Sarabia

(Mexican/ American, b. 1986)

Ceiba Sagrada 21, 2016

Acrylic, india ink and set of 14 red clay, white ceramic, fiber glass and cast metal birds

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Melanie Smith

(British, b. 1965)

Fordlandia, 2014

Single channel video projection, full HD, color, sound, 29’ 42’’

Courtesy the artist and Sicardi Ayers Bacino

Taíno culture

(Greater Antilles, A.D. 1200-1500)

Trigonolito, 1200-1500

Stone

Collection El Museo del Barrio, New York. Deposited in perpetuity by Dr. Ricardo Alegria. PC2000.9.1

Clarissa Tossin

(Brazilian, b. 1973)

Circumnavigation Towards Exhaustion: Coltan Mines, 2020

Amazon.com delivery boxes, laminated archival inkjet print, wood

Courtesy of the artist and Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles

Nicolás García Uriburu

(Argentine, b. 1937 – d. 2016)

Green New York, 1970

Color photograph, xerography, cellophane and marker on board

Private Collection. Courtesy of Henrique Faria, New York & Herlitzka + Faria, Buenos Aires.

Nicolás García Uriburu

(Argentine, b. 1937 – d. 2016)

Green Coloration East River New York, 1970

Color pencil and mixed media on paper.

Private Collection. Courtesy of Henrique Faria, New York & Herlitzka + Faria, Buenos Aires.

Nicolás García Uriburu

(Argentine, b. 1937 – d. 2016)

Green Rhine – Dusseldorf Germany, 1981

Exhibition copy

Courtesy Azúl García Uriburu

© Nicolás García Uriburu

Nicolás García Uriburu

(Argentine, b. 1937 – d. 2016)

Colorations

Video, 6’14’’

Courtesy Azúl García Uriburu

© Nicolás García Uriburu

Adrián Villar Rojas

(Argentine, b. 1981)

Untitled, 2013

Wood, clay, cement

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

Anicka Yi

(South Korean, b. 1971)

Flavor Potentiator, 2019

Acrylic, UV Prints, LEDS, glass, resin and tubing

Courtesy of the Artists and Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels.

Ícaro Zorbar

(Colombian, b. 1979)

Canción Para un Amor Posible, Assisted Installation, No 8, 2009

Germinated carrot, slow motor, light bulb, plastic cover, intervened music box

Estrellita B. Brodsky Collection

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