2Andy Warhol, Muhammad Ali, 1977. Synthetic polymer paint and silkscreen ink on canvas, 40 x 40"
3(left) David Salle (US, b (left) David Salle (US, b. 1952), His Brain, 1984, oil and acrylic on canvas, acrylic on fabric, two panels, 9 ft 9 in x 8 ft 10 in overall [PICTURES GENERATION] (right) compare Salle with James Rosenquist (US, b. 1933), President Elect, and (right below) Sigmar Polke (German, 1941), Alice in Wonderland, 1971
4David Salle, Géricault’s Arm, 1985, oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 6' 57∕8” x 8' 1∕4" The Museum of Modern Art, New York
5Secret brutalities of middle class lives Eric Fischl (US, b. 1948) Bad Boy, 1981, oil on canvas, 5ft 6in x 8ft decadent suburbiaEdgar Degas, Interior,1868-9Secret brutalities of middle classlives
6Eric Fischl, Sleepwalker, 1979, oil on canvas “What’s an adolescent boy’s masturbation about anyway if it’s not, in some sense, a separation technique? He’s separating from his parents. He’s becoming aware of himself.” Fischl
7Eric Fischl, A Visit to / A Visit from / The Island, oil on canvas, 84 x 168 inches, 1983
8(left) Eric Fischl, Bedroom Scene #7 (After the Tantrum, Unholy News) 2004, oil on linen, 65 x 98 in. From photographic series, The Krefeld Project, (right) compare Edouard Manet (French, ), In the Garden, 1879, oil on canvas, 115 x 150 cm “The Painter of Modern Life”For several days two actors posed for artist in Museum Haus Esters in Krefeld, Germany, which was designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1928 to be a private home. Furnished for the shoots by the artist.
9Eric Fischl, Krefeld Project: Dining Room Scene 2, 2003, oil on Linen, 89 x 124 inches.
10Fischl, Bedroom Scene #1, 2003, from photographic series: “The Krefeld Project” (2002) (right) compare Edward Hopper (US, ), Hotel Room, 1931, oil on linen
11Jean-Michel Basquiat (US, 1960 - 1988) in his studio, 1985 (25 years old)1996 movie directed byJulian Schnabel
13Poster for a 1980 movieJune 1980, more than a hundred artists, including graffiti artist, SAMO, installed their work in an empty massage parlor near Times Square.Times Square Show, 2nd floor with paintings by Tom Otterness announcing types of art inside
14Jean-Michel Basquiat, Boy and Dog in a Johnnypump, 1982, Acrylic, oil paintstick, and spray paint on canvas, 7ft 10in x 13ft 9in“Basquiat’s work gives that private anguish artistic expression.” bell hooks
15Jean-Michel Basquiat, Charles the First, 1982, acrylic and oilstick on canvas, triptych, 6ft 6in x 5ft 2inNkisi Nkondi of the Kongopeople of West Central Africa. From the collection of the Brooklyn Museum. Nkondi is the hunter who tracks down evil doers.
16Jean-Michel Basquiat, Grillo, 1984, oil, acrylic, oilstick, photocopy collage, and nails on wood (in four parts), 96 x 211 1∕2 x 18"
171985 Basquiat portrait by Warhol, 1984 Basquiat and Warhol in Warhol dies in 1987.1985
18Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol, Untitled, 1985 Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol, Untitled, Synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 116 7∕8 x 165 3∕8"
19Endof Modern Art in Nazi Germany (left) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (German Expressionist, ) Girl Under a Japanese Umbrella, 1906, oil, 36 x 31” (right) Emil Nolde (German, ), Excited People, 1910 (below) Degenerate Art Exhibition, 1937
20Composition with Blue, 1926 Piet Mondrian, oil, 24 in. sq The poster of the Degenerate Music exhibition (1938). Jewish Composers and Jazz/Swing musicians were, for instance, accused by the Nazis to produce "degenerated music"...Marc Chagall, Purim, , oil, 20 x 28 in, exhibited inNazi Degenerate Art Exhibition
22Joseph Beuys, How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare,1965 performance in Düsseldorf
23Anselm Kiefer (German b Anselm Kiefer (German b. 1945), Occupations, from the photographic series, 1969 (below, left) Kiefer, Heroic Symbols, 1969, watercolor and gouache on paper, left sheet: 6 in. sq., right sheet: 22 x 16 in.This small self-portrait of the artist giving the Nazi salute is pasted on the same sheet as the watercolor of the sky, which, according to the artist, has been wounded by shots.
24Anselm Kiefer The Milky Way, Emulsion paint, oil, acrylic, shellac on canvas with applied wires and lead, 12ft 6in H
25Anselm Kiefer, Inner Room, with (left) source photo of Nazi meeting room, Albert Speer architect
26Anselm Kiefer, Your Golden Hair, Margarete, 1981, oil, emulsion, and straw on canvas, 51 x 67”
27Anslem Kiefer Twilight of the West [Abendland] 1989, lead sheet, synthetic polymer paint, ash, plaster, cement, earth, varnish on canvas and wood, 400 cm H
28Gerhard Richter and Konrad Lueg, Living With Pop, 1963: a performance of “Capitalist Realism” A group of artists in Düsseldorf mounted an installation of objects in a local department store, installing themselves as well amidst these commodities as a demonstration of "Capitalist Realism." What earlier, state-supported realisms was this "Capitalist Realism" responding to?
29(left) Richter and Sigmar Polke, 1965, from Richter/Polke exhibition catalogue (right) Richter, 1998, from Gerhard Richter: 40 Years of Painting exhibition cat.
30Gerhard Richter (b. Dresden, 1932), [Nazi officer] Uncle Rudi, 1965, oil on canvas (right) Administrative Building, 1964, Oil on canvas, 38 1/4 x 59 “ photo sources – family snapshot and encyclopedia “I believe in nothing”
31Richter, Aunt Marianne, oil on canvas, 1965, 47 x 51 in from a photograph of Richter as a baby with Aunt Marianne “Whenever I behaved badly I was told you will become like crazy Marianne.”
32Richter, Phantom Interceptors, 1964, oil on canvas, 55" x 6' 3“ (right) Alpha Romeo (With Text), 1965, oil on canvas, 60 x 59”
333. 2 Gerhard Richter, Annunciation After Titian, 1973 3.2 Gerhard Richter, Annunciation After Titian, Oil on canvas, 49 1∕4 x 78 3∕4" (125 x 200 cm). Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. Courtesy Atelier Gerhard Richter.3.2 Gerhard Richter, Annunciation After Titian, Oil on canvas, 49 1∕4 x 78 3∕4" (125 x 200 cm). Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C. Courtesy Atelier Gerhard Richter.
34(left) Richter, Iceberg in Fog, 1982, oil on canvas, 27 x 39 in compare (left) Caspar David Friedrich (German Romantic Painter, ) (top) Monk by the Sea (1809) and (bottom) Polar Sea (1823)
35Gerhard Richter, Untitled, 1987, oil on canvas, 118” square
36Richter, Betty, 1988, oil on canvas, 40 x 23“ compare (right) Untitled, “Painting is the form of the picture, you might say. The picture is the depiction, and painting is the technique for shattering it.”
37Sigmar Polke (German, b. 1941), Modern Art, 1968 (right) Polke, Lovers II, 1965, oil and enamel on canvas, 6 ft 3 in x 55 in
38Sigmar Polke, Bunnies, 1966, acrylic on linen, 58 x 39” Lichtenstein, coverOf Newsweek, 1966Sigmar Polke, Bunnies, 1966, acrylic on linen, 58 x 39”Warhol, "Marilyn," 1964
39Sigmar Polke, from Watchtower series, 1984, synthetic polymers on various fabrics
40Polke, The Spirits That Lend Strength Are Invisible III (Nickel/Neusilber), 1988, nickel and artificial resin on canvas, 157in. x 118 in. Collection SFMOMA
41Georg Baselitz (Hans-Georg Kern, b Georg Baselitz (Hans-Georg Kern, b. Dresden, Germany,1938) The New Type, 1966, woodcut, 42 x 34 in compare (center below) Emil Nolde, The Prophet, 1912, woodcut; (right) Erich Heckel (German, 1883–1970) Crouching Woman, 1914, woodcut
42Georg Baselitz, The Gleaner, 1978, oil and tempera on canvas, 130 x 98 in Van Gogh, The Gleaner1885