The ARTnews Editors’ Favorite Artworks of the 2010s – ARTnews.com


Today, ARTnews presented a list of the most important artworks produced between 2010 and 2019: just 20 of them. Of course, many more works were made in that span of time that remain absolutely essential. Below are a few more entries from the editors, involving only pieces by artists not represented on the main list. Let the debates begin.

Andy Battaglia, Deputy Editor

Laurie Anderson, Habeas Corpus, 2015
Matthew Barney, River of Fundament, 2015
Carol Bove, Polka Dots, 2016
David Brooks, Continuous Service Altered Daily, 2016
Stan Douglas, Helen Lawrence, 2014
Nicholas Galanin, White Noise, American Prayer Rug, 2018
Pope.L, Claim (Whitney Version), 2017
Walid Raad, Scratching on things I could disavow: A History of Art in the Arab World, 2007–ongoing
Tom Sachs, Tea Ceremony, 2016
Taryn Simon, “Paperwork and the Will of Capital,” 2015

Sarah Douglas, Editor-in-Chief

Maurizio Cattelan, All, 2011
Mike Kelley, Mobile Homestead, 2011
Ai Weiwei, Sunflower Seeds, 2010
Kehinde Wiley, Barack Obama, 2018

Carmen Argote, 720 Sq Feet: Household Mutations, 2010.
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Maximilíano Durón, Photo Editor

Carmen Argote, 720 Sq Feet: Household Mutations, 2010
Carolina Caycedo, Apariciones /Apparitions, 2018
Ramiro Gomez, No Splash (after David Hockney’s A Bigger Splash, 1967), 2013
rafa esparza, tierra, 2016, and bust: indestructible columns, 2019
Lyle Ashton Harris, Once (Now) Again, 2017
Juliana Huxtable, A Split During Laughter at the Rally, 2017
Teresa Margolles, Karla, Hilario Reyes Gallegos, 2016
The New Red Order, Never Settle, 2019
Guadalupe Rosales, “Veterans and Rucas,” ongoing
Curtis Talwst Santiago, “Infinity Series,” ongoing
Silence=Death Collective, Silence=Death, 2017, and fierce pussy, AND SO ARE YOU, 1991–2018, Leslie-Lohman Museum’s “QUEERPOWER” commissions
Tourmaline and Sasha Wortzel, Lost in the Music, 2017

Honorable Mention: Underknown historical works brought to the fore at the Getty Foundation’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, 2017

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Screenshot of Disimages, 2013.
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Alex Greenberger, Senior Editor

Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Earshot, 2016
John Akomfrah, Vertigo Sea, 2015
Ed Atkins, Even Pricks, 2013
Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz, Toxic, 2012
DIS and collaborators, Disimages, 2013
Bouchra Khalili, The Mapping Journey Project, 2008–11
Josh Kline, FREEDOM, 2015
Deana Lawson, Nation, 2018
Adrian Piper, Thwarted Hopes, Dashed Dreams, A Moment of Embarrassment, 2012
Martine Syms, Notes on Gesture, 2015

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Alex Da Corte, Rubber Pencil Devil, 2018.
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Andrew Russeth, Executive Editor
Lutz Bacher, Baseball II, 2011
Kai Althoff, letter withdrawing from Documenta 13, 2011
Darren Bader, chicken burrito, beef burrito, 2012
Geoffrey Farmer, Leaves of Grass, 2012
T. J. Wilcox, In the Air, 2013
Park McArthur, “Ramps,” at Essex Street, 2014
Martine Syms, Notes on Gesture, 2015
Louise Lawler, Pollyanna (adjusted to fit), distorted for the times, 2007/08/12/17
Alex Da Corte, Rubber Pencil Devil, 2018
Charles Ray, Mountain Lion Attacking a Dog, 2018

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Monster Chetwynd’s commission for Tate Britain in London in 2018.
Guy Bell/Shutterstock

Claire Selvin, Assistant Editor

John Akomfrah, Vertigo Sea, 2015
Tania Bruguera, 10,148,451, 2018
Monster Chetwynd, Tate Britain winter commission, 2018
Sky Hopinka, Visions of an Island, 2016
Zoe Leonard, I want a president, 1992/2016
Wangechi Mutu, The NewOnes, will free Us, 2019
Michael Rakowitz, What Dust Will Rise?, 2012
Duke Riley, Fly By Night, 2016
Emma Sulkowicz, Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight), 2014–15
Kehinde Wiley, Rumors of War, 2019

Tessa Solomon, Researcher

Shirin Neshat, Women Without Men, 2010
Pussy Riot, Punk Prayer, 2012



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