“Artists are intuitive. They wait for inspiration. That’s what art is about, the intuitive, not the intellectual. Art about ideas, stimulates ideas, but art that comes from inspiration, stimulates feelings of happiness, innocence and beauty.”

—Agnes Martin

Louise Bourgeois
Louise Bourgeois, Deux Figures qui Portent un Objet, 1950
Willem de Kooning
Willem de Kooning, Deux Woman Landscape IX, 1968
Elizabeth Peyton
Elizabeth Peyton, Craig, 1997
Grayson Perry
Grayson Perry, I Have Never Been to Africa, 2011
Giuseppe Penone
Giuseppe Penone, Thunderstruck Tree (Albero Folgorato), 2012
Jim Hodges
Jim Hodges, Light 11, Stars, 2007
Gerhard Richter
Gerhard Richter, Abstraktes, 2009
Sherrie Levine, Jim Hodges
Sherrie Levine, Wild Boar after Chemin, 2016
Jim Hodges, A pioneer in my own land, 2018
Cecily Brown
Cecily Brown, Teenage Wildlife, 2003
Cy Twombly
Cy Twombly, Lycian, 1982
Tacita Dean, Andrew Lord
Tacita Dean, Ninguid, 2019
Andrew Lord, Acrobat with Ursa Minor, 2017
Peter Doig
Peter Doig, Rosedale, 1991
Richard Prince
Richard Prince, Untitled (Fashion), 1982–84
Joan Mitchell
Joan Mitchell, Untitled, 1960
Richard Serra
Richard Serra, July #2, 2011
Julie Mehretu
Julie Mehretu, Fourth Seal R 6:7, 2020
Gerhard Richter
Gerhard Richter, Vesuvius, 1976
Tracey Emin
Tracey Emin, I Want My Time with You, 2017
Rosemarie Trockel
Rosemarie Trockel, Dessert 1, 2007
Elizabeth Peyton
Elizabeth Peyton, Camille Claudel Book and Grey Roses, 2010–2011
Louise Bourgeois
Louise Bourgeois, Untitled, 1953
Sherrie Levine
Sherrie Levine, Beach Ball after Lichtenstein, 2015
Peter Doig, Alexander Calder
Peter Doig, High-Way, 1999
Alexander Calder, Big Bellied Bottle, 1945
Catherine Opie
Catherine Opie, Surfers, 2003
Christopher Wool
Christopher Wool, Untitled, 2007
Ruth Asawa
Ruth Asawa, Untitled, 1963
Rachel Whiteread
Rachel Whiteread, 4 AM, 2012
Richard Prince
Richard Prince, Wayward Nurse, 2005