Ed Ruscha, The Act of Letting a Person into Your Home, 1983. Oil on canvas, 84 x 137 5/8 inches. The Whitney Museum of American Art. Partial and promised gift of Emily Fisher Landau 2002.280 Cy Twombly, Untitled, 1964/1984. Oil stick, wax crayon and graphite on canvas, 80 1⁄2 x 98 1⁄4 inches. The Whitney Museum of American Art. Promised gift of Emily Fisher Landau. P.2010.351. Richard Artschwager, City of Man, 1981. Synthetic polymer and charcoal on fiberboard and Formica with plexiglass, 77 3⁄4 x 180 5⁄16 x 5 1⁄4 inches. The Whitney Museum of American Art. Promised gift of Emily Fisher Landau. P.2010.17a-c. Mark Tansey, Valley of Doubt, 1990. Oil on canvas, 87 3⁄4 x 144 3⁄8 inches. The Whitney Museum of American Art. Promised gift of Emily Fisher Landau. P.2010.275. Annette Lemieux, Black Mass, 1991. Latex, Rhoplex, gesso and oil on canvas, 95 13⁄16 x 105 x 1 13⁄16 inches. The Whitney Museum of American Art. Promised gift of Emily Fisher Landau. P.2010.173. Andy Warhol, Myths, 1981. Synthetic polymer and screenprint on canvas, 100 x 100 inches. The Whitney Museum of American Art. Promised gift of Fisher Landau Center for Art. P.2010.340. Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Bjork (Poisson-Nageur), 2000, C-print on Plexiglas, 50 x 62 inches; Inez Van Lamsweerde, Kirsten, 1996, C-print mounted to Plexiglas, 19-5⁄8 x 19-5⁄8 inches. Inez Van Lamsweerde, Kirsten, 1996, C-print mounted to Plexiglas, 195⁄8 x 195⁄8 inches; Andres Serrano, Klanswoman (Grand Klaliff II), 1990, Cibachrome, silicone, Plexiglas, wood, 60 x 491⁄2 inches. Fariba Hajamadi, imagined origins reduce the sounds, 1990, oil and photo emulsion on canvas, 74 x 148 inches overall; James Casebere, Green Staircase #3, 2002, digital C-print mounted on Plexiglas, 90 x 72 inches. James Casebere, Green Staircase #3, 2002, digital C-print mounted on Plexiglas, 90 x 72 inches; Vera Lutter, The Appropriation of Manhattan, Fire Boat House, Fulton Ferry Landing, Brooklyn, New York, May 20, 1996, 1996, unique gelatin silver print, 54 x 90 inches. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Promised gift of the Fisher Landau Center for Art. P.2010.323. Abelardo Morell, Camera Obscura Image of Windows in Gallery with Two Paintings, Whitney Museum, 2003. Gelatin silver print, 46-3⁄8 x 59 inches
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Promised gift of the Fisher Landau Center for Art. P.2010.326 Matthew Barney, CREMASTER 3: 1967 Chrysler Imperial, 2002. Chromogenic print in acrylic frame, 44 x 54 inches. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Promised gift of the Fisher Landau Center for Art. P.2010.296a-b Michel Francois, Highway, 2004. C-print, 50-3⁄8 x 74 inches. Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (beckoning bus driver), 2001-2. Digital chromogenic print mounted on aluminum, 47-9⁄16 x 59-1⁄2 inches. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Promised gift of the Fisher Landau Center for Art. P.2010.300. Barbara Ess, Untitled (Hands in Landscape), 1988. Chromogenic print, 49 x 68-1⁄16 inches. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Promised gift of Emily Fisher Landau. P.2010.82 Adam Fuss, Untitled, 1988. Unique gelatin silver photogram, 53-1⁄4 x 50-1⁄4 inches. Fariba Hajamadi, Enormous as insomnia—the Guanches, Museo Canario, 1991. Emulsion on birch panel, 84 x 112 inches (overall).

LEGACY
Selections from Emily Fisher Landau’s Gift to the Whitney Museum

Large scale paintings from the 2010 historic pledge of over 400 artworks by nearly 100 artists

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