Mickalene Thomas work entitled “Whatever You Want”
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Empty Seat, 2006Rubber, tire, and steel72 x 188 x 24 inches
It’s So Hard to Be Green, 2000
Rubber Tire, Wood
Firelei Baez, from Natural Grooming Series
Oasa Duverney, Digestive Assistance from MILFworks
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Failure Drawing #266 Between Cliffs Some Penis Must Fall, William Pope.L, 2004-2006
Passing By, Stanley Greaves, 2006
Specimen from Local Ephemera: Castle Nut and Drama Queen, Nicole Awai, 2007
Untitled, Bruce Davidson Jr., 2010
Untitled, Zanele Muholi, 2011
Blood on fabric.
142.5 x 124 cm.
Drawing 6, Kemi Odulana, 2010
De Las Dos Aguas, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, 2007
20” x 24” each, 80” x 92” full installation.
Kinley’s Drug Store, Renée Stout, 1999