Like a group portrait-cum-media artifact excavated by its own stubborn contemporaneity: 
Sister Wendy with David Hockney’s Peter Getting Out of Nick’s Pool (1966)
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I learned today that Rauschenberg had a studio a block from where I grew up. Richard Estes painted the corner in 1995, just as it appears in my memory. I find myself studying the reflections of passersby in the window of the Dive Bar that used to be there, feeling like somehow the fleeting image of a younger version of myself might have been captured - as if by photographic intervention - in the painted surface of Estes’ frozen world.
Richard Estes, Amsterdam Avenue and 96th Street, 1995. Oil on canvas.  Courtesy Marlborough Gallery, via artsy.
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Óscar Domínguez, Le lion, la neige, 1936.  Decalomania and gouache on paper.  Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid.
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Adam Ekberg, Aberration #8, 2006.  Ink-jet print.  Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
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"All is eggs… the world is an egg": Marcel Broodthaers, Maria, 1966. Dress, shopping bag, and eggshells on painted canvas. MoMA, NY.
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Matt Mullican, Untitled (Roundhouse-Red), 1989.  Oilstick and acrylic on canvas.  Courtesy Brooke Alexander, New York.
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A media-archaeological homage to Hesse’s Hang Up:  Christian Marclay, Memento (Lag Wagon), 2008. Cyanotype. Brooklyn Museum.
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machinedevision:

Jean-Michel Folon, America, 1978.  Pen, brush, and colored inks on paper.  Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Happy 4th, inmates!
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Gabriel Orozco, Piñanona 1, 2013. Tempera and burnished gold leaf on canvas. Guggenheim Museum.
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Richard Hamilton, Pin-up (1961), 1982. Collotype and screenprint on paper. Tate.
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Overwriting Beuys (from the Whitney’s 2013 survey): Wade Guyton, Untitled, 2002.  Epson DURABrite Inket print on paper. Via New American Paintings.
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Morris Louis, Tet, 1958. Synthetic polymer on canvas. Whitney Museum of American Art.
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Hans Haacke, Oil Painting: Homage to Marcel Broodthaers, 1982. Installation view: oil on canvas with collaged elements, stanchions with velvet rope, red carpet, photo mural. LACMA.
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Claire Fontaine, In God They Trust, 2005. Twenty-five cent coin, steel box cutter blade, solder and rivet. Via MassMoca.
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Thomas Schütte, Untitled prints from Woodcuts Series, 2011. Portfolio of nine woodcuts. MoMA.
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