Maya Ying Lin, Pin River, Colorado River (Río de alfileres, río Colorado), 2010. Metal pins in the wall. Museum purchase with funds provided by Contemporary Forum (ArtPick 2010).
Unknown, Blue and white jar (Jarra azul y blanco), 15th-16th century. Porcelain. Museum purchase.
Girolamo Genga, Madonna Enthroned with Christ Child and Saints Pantaleon, Joseph, Prisca (?) and Anthony Abbott (La Virgen coronada con el niño Jesús y los santos Pantaleón, José, Prisca [?] y San Antonio Abad), c. 1515. Oil on poplar panel. Gift of Mrs. Pauline Howell, Mrs. Edwin Q. Barbey and Friends of the Museum, by exchange.
Annie Lopez, The Almost Real History of Art in Phoenix, 2007. Cyanotype. Museum purchase with funds provided by Eva and Eric Jungerman Family Endowment.
Philip C. Curtis, Entrance with Light Bulb (Vestíbulo con bombilla), 1964. Oil on panel. Gift of Martha Dannerbeck.
Kehinde Wiley, Marechal Floriano Peixoto (from The World Stage: Brazil Series), 2009. Museum purchase with funds provided by Contemporary Forum in honor of the Museum’s 50th Anniversary.
Faith Ringgold, The Bitter Nest, Part 1: Love in the School Yard (El nido amargo, Parte 1: amor en el patio de recreo), 1988. Acrylic on canvas and fabric. Museum purchase with funds provided by Contemporary Forum, Stanley and Mikki Weithorn, Consortium of Black Organizations and Others for the Arts; Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Lorenz Anderman, Mr. and Mrs. David K. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neuberger by exchange.
Jean-Léon Gérôme, Pollice Verso (Thumbs Down) (Pollice Verso [Con el pulgar al revés]), 1872. Oil on canvas. Museum purchase.
Unknown, Bactrian camel (Camello bactriano), Tang dynasty. White pottery with pigment traces. Asian Arts Council purchase with funds provided by Susan and Eliot Black.
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