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  • Ceremonial alms bowl with stand, approx. 1850–1950. Burma. Lacquered and gilded bamboo, wood and ferrous metal with mirrored and nonmirrored glass. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, Gift from Doris Duke Charitable Foundation's Southeast Asian Art Collection, 2006.27.107.a-.e..
  • Elephant seat (howdah), approx. 1870–1920. India. Partially gilded and painted silver over wood, with velvet and wicker. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, Acquisition made possible by Nancy B. Hamon in honor of Johnson S. Bogart, 2001.12.a-.c..
  • Ewer with lid, approx. 1050–1150. Korea. Stoneware with celadon glaze. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, The Avery Brundage Collection, B60P123+.a-.b..
  • Headcloth, 1900–1960. Southern Philippines; Sulu Archipelago, Tausug people. Tapestry weave silk. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, The Avery Brundage Collection, 1993.25.
  • Qur’an, approx. 1550. Iran; Shiraz. Gold and colors on paper; binding of leather, lacquer, gold, and color. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, The Avery Brundage Collection, B76D12.
  • Mythical bird-man, approx. 1775–1850. Central Thailand. Wood with remnants of lacquer, gilding, and mirrored glass inlay. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, Gift from Doris Duke Charitable Foundation's Southeast Asian Art Collection, 2006.27.24.
  • Summer gatherings in mountain villas, 1738, by Hua Yan (1682–1756). From a set of twelve hanging scrolls; ink on gold-surfaced paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, Museum purchase, B74D5–B74D10.
  • Summer gatherings in mountain villas, 1738, by Hua Yan (1682–1756). From a set of twelve hanging scrolls; ink on gold-surfaced paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, Museum purchase, B74D11–B74D16.
  • The Buddhist deity Simhavaktra Dakini, 1736–1796. China; Beijing or vicinity, Hebei province. Lacquered and gilded wood inlaid with semiprecious stones. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, The Avery Brundage Collection, B60S600.
  • Three types of beauties in Edo, approx. 1798–1829, by Chobunsai Eishi (1756– 1829). From a set of three hanging scrolls; ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, The Avery Brundage Collection, B60D80.
  • Torso of a female deity, 1400–1600. Southern India. Stone. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, The Avery Brundage Collection, B63S3+.
  • The beach at Miho and Mt. Fuji, 1666, by Kano Tan’yu (1602–1674). From a pair of six-panel folding screens, ink, colors, and gold on paper. Courtesy of Asian Art Museum, The Avery Brundage Collection, B63D7.a.
  • SFMOMA. Phebo, 2004, by Beatriz Milhazes (b. 1960). Acrylic on canvas. Private collection, fractional purchase through gift and promised gift to SFMOMA. The Artist / Courtesy James Cohan Gallery, New York/Shanghai, 2005.186.
  • SFMOMA. Miss Gardenia, 1962, by Meret Oppenheim (1913–1985). Plaster in metal frame with metallic paint. Collection SFMOMA, Helen Crocker Russell Memorial Fund purchase, 80.45. © 2014 Artists Rights Society (ARS),New York / ProLitteris, Zurich, EX 2014.1.28.
  • SFMOMA. No. 14, 1960, 1960, by Mark Rothko (1903–1970). Oil on canvas. Collection SFMOMA, Helen Crocker Russell Fund purchase, 97.524. © 1998 Kate Rothko Prizel & Christopher Rothko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, EX 2014.1.32.
  • SFMOMA. Two Jackies, 1964, by Andy Warhol (1928–1987). Silkscreen ink on canvas. Collection SFMOMA, Gift of Vicki and Kent Logan, 97.889. © The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, EX 2014.1.35.
  • SFMOMA. untitled (in honor of Leo at the 30thanniversary of his gallery), 1987, by Dan Flavin (1933–1996). Red, pink, yellow, blue, and green fluorescent light. Collection SFMOMA, Phyllis C. Wattis Fund for Major Accessions, 2012.204. © 2014 Stephen Flavin / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, EX 2014.1.039.
  • SFMOMA. Jessie at 5, 1987, by Sally Mann (1957). Gelatin silver print. Collection SFMOMA, Purchase, 89.13. © Sally Mann. Courtesy of Gagosian Gallery., EX 2014.1.18.
  • SFMOMA. Michael Jackson and Bubbles, 1988, by Jeff Koons (1955). Ceramic, glaze, and paint. Collection SFMOMA, Purchase through the Marian and Bernard Messenger Fund and restricted funds, 91.1. © Jeff Koons, EX 2014.1.15.
  • SFMOMA. Strut, 2004–2005, by Marilyn Minter (1948). Enamel on metal. Collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund purchase: gift of Johanna and Thomas Baruch, Charles J. Betlach II, Shawn and Brook Byers, Nancy and Steven Oliver, and Prentice and Paul Sack, 2005.187. Courtesy of the artist, SFMOMA, and Salon 94, New York, EX 2014.1.22.
  • SFMOMA. Lick and Lather, by Janine Antoni (b. 1964). Two self-portrait busts: one chocolate and one soap. Collection of Carla Emil and Rich Silverstein and SFMOMA (John Caldwell, Curator of Painting and Sculpture, 1989–93, Fund for Contemporary Art purchase), 2007.97.A-B. © Janine Antoni, EX 2014.1.1.a-.b.
  • SFMOMA. Fantastic to Feel Beautiful Again, 1997, by Tracey Emin (b. 1963). Neon.. Collection SFMOMA, Gift of Vicki and Kent Logan, 99.489. © 2014 Tracey Emin. All rights reserved, DACS, London / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York, EX 2014.1.8.
  • SFMOMA. Portrait (Futago), 1988, by Yasumasa Morimura ( b. 1951). Chromogenic print with acrylic paint and gel medium. Collection SFMOMA, Gift of Vicki and Kent Logan, 97.788. Courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York, EX 2014.1.26.
  • SFMOMA. Coke Spoon 02, from the Indulgent series, 2005, by TobiasWong (Canadian, 1974– 2010) and Ju$t Another Rich Kid (Established 2002, New York, New York). Bronze and gold. Collection SFMOMA, Gift of CITIZEN:Citizen, 2007.75. © Estate of Tobias Wong and Ju$t Another Rich Kid.
  • SFMOMA. Laughing Nude, 1998, by John Currin (1962). Oil on linen. Collection of Vicki and Kent Logan, fractional and promised gift to SFMOMA, 99.114. © John Currin. Courtesy of Gagosian Gallery, EX 2014.1.4.
  • SFMOMA. "Untitled” (Golden), 1995, by Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957–1996). Strands of beads and hanging device. Collection SFMOMA, through prior gifts of J. D. Zellerbach, Gardner Dailey, and an anonymous donor; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, through prior gift of Solomon R. Guggenheim; and the Art Institute of Chicago, through prior gift of Adeline Yates; partial gift of Andrea Rosen in honor of Felix Gonzalez-Torres, 2008.109. © The Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation. Courtesy of Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, EX 2014.1.10.
  • SFMOMA. Chemical and Biological Weapons Proving Ground/Dugway, UT/Distance ~42 miles/10:51 am, 2006, 2006, by Trevor Paglen (1974). Chromogenic print. Collection SFMOMA, Anonymous Fund purchase, 2007.115., EX 2014.1.29.
  • SFMOMA. Narkissos, 1976–1991, by Jess. 1923–2004. Graphite on paper and paste-up. Collection SFMOMA, purchase through the gifts of Phyllis Wattis, Elaine McKeon, Judy & John Webb, Bobbie & Michael Wilsey, Jean & Jim Douglas, Susan & Robert Green, Pat & Bill Wilson, and the Accessions Committee Fund: gift of Frances & John Bowes, Shawn & Brook Byers, Emily L. Carroll & Thomas W. Weisel, Doris &Donald Fisher, Diane & Scott Heldfond, Maria Monet Markowitz & Jerome Markowitz, and the Modern Art Council, 96.492. © 2014 by the Jess Collins Trust and reproduced with permission.