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Description: Sculpture of light brown wood, gray cement, steel cloth and leather. The largest part of the piece was once a piece of furniture (most likely a chest) while the other two pieces were parts of another piece of furniture.
Date: 1995~
Creator: Salcedo, Doris

34 With Scars

Description: The artwork consists of a piece of white fabric with dark stitching around the edges and some stitching in the center and the number 34.
Date: 1991
Creator: Leonilson Bezerra Dias, José

Untitled

Description: The museum displayed a version of the image of the empty double bed on the gallery wall with a note about the twenty-four locations throughout the city where the same image was depicted on billboards.
Date: 1991
Creator: Gonzalez-Torres, Felix

White Number 19

Description: The painting, White #19, is entirely made out of text. It's a painting made with oil stick, and it was done by stenciling the text of a paragraph from an essay onto the canvas with oil paint, and the more you stencil, the darker and denser the painting becomes.
Date: 1994~
Creator: Ligon, Glen

Doctor Giving a Massage to a Patient with AIDS, from the portfolio ''New Provincetown Print Project''

Description: Artwork depicting a man in a a white doctor's coat massaging the back of a seated shirtless man who is covered in red spots. In the background, sunlight is streaming in through a window. Text at the top of the print says "Doctor giving massage to patient with AIDS." Text underneath the print says "Kaposi's Sarcoma. 'He positioned himself to me, like he wanted to be touched.'"
Date: 1993
Creator: Coe, Sue