Public CollectionS

Landscape III Variation II (1964) at Documenta III, Jun 27–Oct 5, 1964, Kassel, Germany
Landscape III Variation II (1964) at Documenta III, Jun 27–Oct 5, 1964, Kassel, Germany.
Twenty-Four Lines (1963), Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany
Twenty-Four Lines (1963), Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany.
Major Works in Public Collections around the globe.
Alabama

Birmingham

Birmingham Museum of Art, Crucifera IV (1965)

Crucifera IV (1965), Photo by Balaji Shankar Venkatachari
Crucifera IV (1965), Photo by Balaji Shankar Venkatachari
Arizona

Phoenix

Phoenix Art Museum, Tree with Crown Red (1955)

Tempe

Arizona State University Art Museum, Nelson Fine Arts Center, Vertical Horizontal Oblique Lines—Bronze (1980)

Arkansas

Bentonville

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, One Fixed Four Jointed Lines Biased (1988-1991)

California

Costa Mesa

South Coast Metro, Center Towers, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Square IV (1973)

La Jolla

La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, One Up One Down Excentric IV (1978)

Long Beach

Long Beach Museum of Art, Two Lines Up Spread (197l)

Los Angeles

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Square (1973)

Murphy Sculpture Garden, Hammer Museum, UCLA, Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)

Museum of Contemporary Art, Nuages II (1962) and Two Lines Down Eighteen Feet (1972)

The Sondra and Marvin Smalley Sculpture Garden, American Jewish University, Two Open Triangles Up Gyratory II (1982)

2Oth Century Fox, Column of Four Squares Excentric Gyratory II, Variation I (1989)

The J. Paul Getty Museum, Three Squares Gyratory (1972-1975)

Three Squares Gyratory (1972-1975), Photo by rocor
Three Squares Gyratory (1972-1975), Photo by rocor

Newport Beach

520 Newport Center, The Irvine Company, Three M's and One W III (1989)

Northridge

The Soroya Center for Performing Arts, California State University, Two Up Two Down (1967-1968)

Two Up Two Down (1967-1968), Photo by rocor
Two Up Two Down (1967-1968), Photo by rocor

Oakland

Oakland Museum of California, Two Red Lines II (1966-1967)

Two Red Lines II (1966-1967), Photo by rocor
Two Red Lines II (1966-1967), Photo by rocor

Pasadena 

Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, Two Open Rectangles Excentric VII, Triangular Section (1977)

Art Center College of Design, Two Lines Leaning IV (1972)

Pleasanton

Koll Company, Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory Up V (1987)

Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory Up V (1987), Photo by rocor
Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory Up V (1987), Photo by rocor

San Diego

May S. Marcy Sculpture Garden, San Diego Museum of Art, Two Lines Oblique (1970-1972)

San Francisco

Bank of America, Four Open Squares Horizontal II (1986)

Sydney Walton Park, Two Open Rectangles Excentric VII, Triangular Section (1977)

City of San Francisco, Main Public Library, Civic Center Plaza, Double L Excentric Gyratory (1982)

Double L Excentric Gyratory (1982), Photo by rocor
Double L Excentric Gyratory (1982), Photo by rocor

The Jewish Museum, Menorah (1995)

560 Mission Street, Annular Eclipse Sixteen Feet II (1999-2000)

Annular Eclipse Sixteen Feet II (1999-2000), Photo by rocor
Annular Eclipse Sixteen Feet II (1999-2000), Photo by rocor

Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Diptych The Seasons--Standing (1956), Two Lines Horizontal (1967), Two Planes Vertical Horizontal II (1970), and Six Random Lines Excentric II (1992-1999)

Six Random Lines Excentric II (1992-1999)
Six Random Lines Excentric II (1992-1999)

University of California Art Museum, Annular Eclipse (1999-2000) and Two Lines Horizontal (1967)

Stanford

Stanford University, Space Churn Red (1968)

Woodside

Runnymede Sculpture Farm, Triple N IV Gyratory (1988)

Triple N IV Gyratory (1988)
Triple N IV Gyratory (1988)
Colorado

Englewood

Museum of Outdoor Art, Two Open Trapezoids Excentric V (1978)

Connecticut

Greenwich

Greenwich Library, Two Lines Up Oblique (1977)

Two Lines Up Oblique (1977)
Two Lines Up Oblique (1977)

New Haven

Yale University Art Gallery, Two Planes Vertical Horizontal II (1968-1970)

New London

Connecticut College, Two Lines Oblique (1967-1969)

District of Columbia

Washington, D.C. 

American University, Peristyle III (1966)

Smithsonian Institution, American Art Museum, Hierarchy (1953), Flag Waving Machine II Table Model #2 (1954), Twenty-Four Lines (1968-1969), and Etoile VII (1983)

Twenty-Four Lines (1968-1969)
Twenty-Four Lines (1968-1969)

Smithsonian Institution, Hirshhorn Museum, Summer III (1962-1963) and Three Red Lines (1966)

National Gallery, Divided Square Oblique II (1981), and Cluster of Four Cubes (1992)

Cluster of Four Cubes (1992), Photo by agmeyer
Cluster of Four Cubes (1992), Photo by agmeyer

The Kreeger Museum, Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)

Florida

Boca Raton

Lynn Museum, Divided Quadrilateral I (1976)

Miami

Jackson Memorial Hospital, Two Conical Segments Gyratory Gyratory III (1980)

Miami Art Museum, Two Planes Vertical Horizontal III (1973)

Naples

Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Two Open Squares Diagonal Gyratory II (1989)

Georgia

Atlanta

The Coca Cola Company Headquarters, Triple L Excentric Gyratory Gyratory II (1980)

High Museum of Art, Two Lines Oblique Atlanta (1969-1973)

Two Lines Oblique Atlanta (1969-1973)
Two Lines Oblique Atlanta (1969-1973)

Macon

Museum of Arts and Sciences, Four Trapezoids as Two Rectangles Gyratory V (1987)

Hawaii

Honolulu

Academy of Arts, Lumina V (1969)

Federal Court House, Two Open Rectangles Excentric Honolulu (Triangular Section) (1976)

Museum of Art, Two Open Triangles Up Gyratory (1982) and Breaking Column (1988)

Illinois

Chicago

Museum of Contemporary Art, Aspen II (1954), Two Lines Oblique (1968), and Two Broken Lines (1972)

Galesburg

Knox College, The Offer of Education (1940-1941, mural)

Lake Forest

Lake Forest College, Four Rectangles Oblique II (1972-1975)

Peoria

Peoria Airport, Two Open Rectangles Excentric VI, Square Section (1976)

Plano

Farnsworth House, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Six Rectangles Biased (1974)

Six Rectangles Biased (1974), Photo by Jumpy_Sicilian
Six Rectangles Biased (1974), Photo by Jumpy_Sicilian
Indiana

Bloomington

Eskenazi Museum of Art, Indiana University, Landscape II (1963)

Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Twenty-Four Lines (1968)

Indianapolis

Indianapolis Museum of Art, No Cybernetic Exit (1954) and Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)

No Cybernetic Exit (1954)
No Cybernetic Exit (1954)

South Bend 

Beth-El Synagogue, Two Open Triangles Up Gyratory IV (1982)

Snite Museum, University of Notre Dame, Two Lines Oblique (1967-1968), Two Conical Segments Gyratory Gyratory II (1979), and Two Open Triangles Up Gyratory (1982)

Two Open Triangles Up Gyratory (1982)
Two Open Triangles Up Gyratory (1982)

South Bend Regional Museum of Art, 1998, Dialogue (1998)

Iowa

Iowa City

Stanley Museum of Art, University of Iowa, Four Rectangles Oblique II (1972-1975) and Two Lines Oblique Twenty-Five Feet (1967-1969)

Kansas

Wichita

Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, State University, Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)

Kentucky

Lexington

University of Kentucky, Two Lines Oblique Up (1967-1969)

Louisiana

New Orleans

New Orleans Museum of Art, Triptych (1956) and The Family (1956)

Sidney & Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, New Orleans Museum of Art, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Square (1973)

Newcomb Art Museum, Tulane University, Two Open Rectangles Horizontal IV (1983)

Maryland

Baltimore

Baltimore Museum of Art, Seesaw and Carousel II (1955), Four Lines Contrapuntal (1967), and Space Churn with Spheres III (1972)

Massachusetts

Amherst

Amherst College, Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)

Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)
Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)

Andover

Phillips Academy, Two Open Triangles Up (Non-Gyratory) (1982)

Addison Gallery, Phillips Academy, Waterplant (1959-1961) and Two Open Rectangles Excentric IV (1975-1976)

Boston

Museum of Fine Arts, Red Vine (1966)

Red Vine (1966)
Red Vine (1966)

The Boston Athenaeum, Crucifera II (Standing) (1962)

Cambridge

The Park School, Space Churn with Spheres II (1971)

Deerfield

Eaglebrook School, Space Churn Steel (1968)

Space Churn Steel (1968)
Space Churn Steel (1968)

Lincoln

deCordova Museum, Three Lines Eighteen Feet (1965-1966)

Three Lines Eighteen Feet (1965-1966), Photo by GP Parker
Three Lines Eighteen Feet (1965-1966), Photo by GP Parker

Northhampton

Smith College Museum of Art, Smith College, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Rhombus (1972), Two Lines Leaning IV (1972), and Forty-Three Squares, Vine Variation (1974)

Pittsfield

Berkshire Museum, Sunflower (1960) and Four Lines Oblique With Z I (1975)

Four Lines Oblique With Z I (1975)
Four Lines Oblique With Z I (1975)

Williamstown

Williams College Museum of Art, Williams College, Eight Lines III (Sketch for 24 Lines) (1963), Double L Excentric Gyratory II (1981)

Double L Excentric Gyratory II (1981)
Double L Excentric Gyratory II (1981)
Michigan

Allendale

Loutit Lecture Halls, Grand Valley State University, Six Lines Hanging IV (1972)

Ann Arbor

University of Michigan, Two Open Triangles Up Gyratory II (1982)

Battle Creek

Kellogg Company Corporate Headquarters, Triple L Excentric Gyratory Gyratory II (1980)

Detroit

Detroit Institute of Arts, Column V (1965), Landscape V (1966), and Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)

East Lansing

Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State University Four Rectangles One Square III (1972)

Flint

Flint Institute of Arts, Column I (1962) and Two Lines Oblique Down II (1969-1970)

Grand Rapids

Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park, Four Open Squares Horizontal Gyratory Tapered (1984) and Five Lines Diagonal Jointed II (1989)

Four Open Squares Horizontal Gyratory Tapered (1984)
Four Open Squares Horizontal Gyratory Tapered (1984)

Kalamazoo

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Square IV (1973)

Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Square IV (1973)
Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Square IV (1973)

Olivet

Olivet College, Two Open Rectangles Diagonal Jointed III Wall (1989) and Untitled mural, Dole Hall (1938-1939)

St. Joseph

Krasl Art Center, Three Lines Diagonal Jointed Wall (1984)

Minnesota

Chaska

Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, Four Open Rectangles Diagonal Jointed II (1986)

Minneapolis

Walker Art Center, Two Planes Horizontal (1966-1967)

Minneapolis Institute of Art, Sedge II (1961) and Two Up One Down Contrapuntal (1966)

Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, Six Squares, One Rectangle (1967)

Missouri

Kansas City

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Four Planes Hanging I (1966) and Two Planes Vertical Horizontal (1968-1969)   

St. Louis

Laumeier Sculpture Park, Peristyle II, Variation II (1967) and One Up One Down Excentric with   Acute Angle IV (1983)

St. Louis Art Museum, Two Open Triangles Up Gyratory II (1982)

Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School, Two Lines Oblique (1969)

Citygarden Sculpture Park, Four Rectangles Oblique IV (1979)

Four Rectangles Oblique IV (1979), Photo by Gewel Maker
Four Rectangles Oblique IV (1979), Photo by Gewel Maker
Nebraska

Lincoln

University of Nebraska, Six Lines in a Column (1967) and Unstable Column III (1968-1970)

New Hampshire

Hanover

Dartmouth College Museum, Dartmouth College, Two Lines Oblique Down VI (1976)

Keene

Keene State College, Landscape III Variation II (1964)

Landscape III Variation II by George Rickey
Landscape III Variation II (1964)


New Jersey

Montclair

Montclair Art Museum, Windflower (1959)

Newark

The Newark Museum of Art, Six Lines Extended Horizontal (1966)

Princeton

Princeton University, Two Planes Vertical Horizontal II (1970)

Trenton

New Jersey State Museum, Two Lines Eighteen Feet (Two Lines Temporal II) (1970)

New Mexico

Albuquerque

University of New Mexico, Two Lines Oblique Down III (1970)


New York

Albany

Division of Employment Building, Harriman State Office Campus, Six Lines in Parallel Planes (1967)

Empire State Plaza, Two Lines Oblique (1971)

Two Lines Oblique (1971), Photo by Ron Cogswell
Two Lines Oblique (1971), Photo by Ron Cogswell

Albany Institute of History and Art, Etoile V (1978)

Albany Airport, Four Triangles Hanging (1974)

Buffalo

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Peristyle: Five Lines (1963-1964)

Canton

St. Lawrence University, Cluster of Four Cubes (1992)

Mountainville

Storm King Art Center, Six Lines in a T (1965-1966), Two Planes Vertical Horizontal II (1970), and Five Open Squares Gyratory Gyratory (1981)

Six Lines in a T (1965-1966)
Six Lines in a T (1965-1966)

New York

Whitney Museum of American Art, Omaggio a Bernini II (1958), Two Lines Eighteen Feet (1965), and Column VI (1965)

Two Lines Eighteen Feet (1965)
Two Lines Eighteen Feet (1965)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Space Churn with Triangles (1969)

Museum of Modern Art, Two Lines Temporal I (1964)

Two Lines Temporal I (1964)
Two Lines Temporal I (1964)

Guggenheim Museum, Two Open Rectangles Excentric VI, Square Section (1976)

News Corp (1211 Avenue of the Americas), Annular Eclipse Sixteen Feet I (1998)

Annular Eclipse Sixteen Feet I (1998)
Annular Eclipse Sixteen Feet I (1998)

Poughkeepsie

The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College, Espalier (1960), Nine Rotors Six Cylinders (1965), and Open Trapezoids One Up One Down (1981)

Purchase

Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, Two Lines Oblique Down II (1969-1970)

The Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens, PepsiCo Headquarters, Double L Excentric Gyratory II (1981)

Rochester

University of Rochester, Two Lines Up Excentric Twelve Feet (1994)

Saratoga

Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore College, Double L Excentric Gyratory VII (1994)

Troy 

Emma Willard School, Etoile XI (1988)

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, One Fixed Three Moving Lines Wall III (1984) and Six Random Lines Excentric (1993)

North Carolina

Greensboro

Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Two Lines Oblique Seven Feet (1976)

Raleigh

North Carolina Museum of Art, Persephone I (1960)

Ohio

Cincinnati

Cincinnati Art Museum, Three Fixed Three Moving Lines (1970)

PNC Tower, Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory IV (1978)

Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory IV (1978), elycefeliz
Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory IV (1978), elycefeliz

University of Cincinnati, Five Lines in Parallel Planes II (1965)

Cleveland 

PNC Center, Triple L Excentric Gyratory Gyratory II (1980)

BP America, Inc. (formerly The Standard Oil Company), Etoile VIII (1983)

Columbus

Columbus Museum of Art, Two Lines Up Excentric VI (1977)

Dayton

Dayton Art Institute, Two Lines Oblique Seven Feet (1976)

Toledo

The Toledo Museum of Art, Triple N III Gyratory (1988)

Triple N III Gyratory (1988)
Triple N III Gyratory (1988)
Pennsylvania

Chalk Hill

Kentuck Knob--Frank Lloyd Wright House, Three Right Angles Horizontal IV (1992)

Philadelphia

Drexel University, Two Open Triangles Leaning Gyratory (1982)

Morris Arboretum, University of Pennsylvania, Two Lines Variable Thirty Feet (1988)

Pittsburgh

Carnegie Museum of Art, Two Slender Lines Excentric (Two Lines Up Excentric VI) (1977)

Reading

Center for the Arts, Albright College, Open Rectangle Horizontal Floating (1992)

Selinsgrove

Post Office, Susquehanna Trail (1939, mural) 

State College

Pennsylvania State University (loan), Breaking Column III (1993-2001)

Breaking Column III (1993-2001)
Breaking Column III (1993-2001)
Tennessee

Memphis

Brooks Museum of Art, Two Lines Oblique Up (1968-1969)

Nashville

Cheekwood, Tennesee Botanical Garden and Museum of Art, One Line Horizontal Floating (1994)

One Line Horizontal Floating (1994)
One Line Horizontal Floating (1994)
Texas

Dallas

Dallas Museum of Arts, U.N. II (1954-1960)

U.N. II (1954-1960)
U.N. II (1954-1960)

Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, Two Open Rectangles Horizontal Dallas (1984)

Fort Worth 

Fort Worth City Hall, Twelve Triangles Hanging (1973-1974)

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fifteen Rotors with Malachite (1970) and Lumina Gyratory II (1970)

San Antonio

The Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, Horizontal Column of Five Squares II Excentric (1994)

Horizontal Column of Five Squares II Excentric (1994)
Horizontal Column of Five Squares II Excentric (1994)
Vermont

Middlebury

Middlebury College, Two Open Rectangles Excentric VI, Square Section (1976)

Two Open Rectangles Excentric VI, Square Section (1976)
Two Open Rectangles Excentric VI, Square Section (1976)
Washington

Bellingham

City of Bellingham, Two Lines Oblique Bellingham, 1971

Whatcom Museum of History and Art, Broken Line Vertical--Three Parts (1974) 

Seattle

Seattle Art Museum, Two Planes Vertical Horizontal III (1973)

Federal Reserve Building, L's One Up One Down Excentric (1982)

West Virginia

Huntington

Huntington Museum of Art, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Square (1973-1976)

Austria

Vienna

Albertina Museum, Four Lines Oblique (1969-1970) and Oblique Column of Twelve Open Squares III (1980)

Oblique Column of Twelve Open Squares III (1980)
Oblique Column of Twelve Open Squares III (1980)
Belgium

Kruishoutem

Fondation Veranneman, Two Lines Oblique Down II (1969-1970), Two Trapezoids as One Rectangle Gyratory (1986), and Triple W with Cubes (1987)

Two Lines Oblique Down II (1969-1970)
Two Lines Oblique Down II (1969-1970)
Canada

Toronto, Ontario

York University, Four Squares in a Square (1969-1970)

Denmark

Humlebaek

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, One Up One Down Oblique IV (1974)

Veksø

Veksølund, Two Planes Vertical Horizontal III (1973)

France

Grenoble

Musée de Grenoble, Conversation (1991)

Germany

Bad Homburg

Harald Quandt Haus, Double L Excentric Gyratory Pond (1984)

Bielefeld

Kunsthalle der Stadt, Two Lines Oblique Down II (1969-1970)

Berlin

Berlinische Galerie, Four Lines in a T Fifteen Feet (1985) and Four Planes Hanging (1968)

Trigon Building, Faceted Column (1992-1994)

Freie Universität, Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory Down (1970)

Neue Nationalgalerie, Four Planes Vertical (1966-1969), Four Squares in a Square (1969), and Column of Six Lines with Gimbals (1975)

Kulturstiftung Hartwig Piepenbrock, Four Open Rectangles Diagonal Jointed Gyratory II (1988)

Bochum

Ruhr-Unversität, Two Open Rectangles Excentric VII Triangular Section (1977)    

Bonn

DAAD (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) Headquarters, Two Lines Oblique Up (1967-1968)

Cologne/Köln

City of Cologne/Köln, Farina Park, Four Trapezoids as Two Rectangles IV (1987)

City of Cologne/Köln, Justizzentrum, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Rhombus III (1988)

City of Cologne/Köln, Portz, Triple L Excentric Gyratory Gyratory (1981-1982)

Dortmund

Ministry of Labor, Three Open Triangles Horizontal Gyratory (1993-1995) and Breaking Column III (1993)

Duisburg

Lehmbruck Museum, Two Conical Segments Gyratory Gyratory IV (1980)

Düsseldorf

City of Düsseldorf, Nordpark, Five Lines in Parallel Planes (1965)

Henkel GmbH, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory (1968)

Landtag Nordrhein-Westfalen, One Up One Down Excentric Thirty-Two Feet (1982)

Emden

Kunsthalle-Emden, Two Open Rectangles Diagonal Jointed II Wall (1989)

Eningen

Wavetek, Wandel & Goltermann GmbH, Column of Four Squares Excentric Gyratory II Variation I (1989)

Column of Four Squares Excentric Gyratory II Variation I (1989)
Column of Four Squares Excentric Gyratory II Variation I (1989)

Erlangen

Siemens Forschungszentrum, Two Lines Temporal II (1965)

Frankfurt

Goethe Universität, Four Rectangles Oblique IV (1979-1985)

Hessischer Rundfunk, Three Lines Diagonal Jointed Wall (1984)

Staedal Museum, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory II (1972)

Freiburg

Max Planck Institut, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Square IV (1973)

Fulda

Fachhochschule Fulda, Two Fixed Two Moving Lines Asymmetric (1982)

Gelsenkirchen 

City of Gelsenkirchen, Two Planes Vertical Horizontal II (1970)

Two Planes Vertical Horizontal II (1970)
Two Planes Vertical Horizontal II (1970)

Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen, One Up One Down Gimbaled Wall (1990)

Giessen-Friedberg

Technische Hochschule Mittelhesse, Two Lines Up Oblique II (1979)

Glonn

Hermannsdorfer Landwerkstatt. Schweisfurth-Foundation, One Line Horizontal Floating Thirty Feet (1998)

Greven

Fiege Logistik, Three Rectangles Horizontal Jointed Gyratory II (1990)

Three Rectangles Horizontal Jointed Gyratory II (1990), Photo by Mandy Jansen
Three Rectangles Horizontal Jointed Gyratory II (1990), Photo by Mandy Jansen

Halle

Staatliche Galerie, Moritzburg Halle, Eight Lines with Spirals Hanging (1994-1995)

Hamburg

Hamburger Kunsthalle, Twenty-Four Lines (1963)

Hannover

City of Hannover, Two Lines Oblique (1967-1969)

Two Lines Oblique (1967-1969)
Two Lines Oblique (1967-1969)

Heidelberg

Neues Medizinsches Institut, Three Squares Gyratory II (1971)

Kiel

Christian Albrechts University of Kiel, Two Lines Up Excentric V (1976)

Lauf

School for Ministry of Labor, Two Lines Excentric Jointed with Six Angles (1986-1993)

Ludwigshaven am Rhein

Wilhelm Hack Museum, Conversation (1991)

Mannheim

Kunsthalle Mannheim, Two Open Triangles Up Wall II (1982)

Munich 

City of Munich, Space Churn with Spheres (1969-1970) 

Pinakothek der Moderne, Broken Line II (1967) and Four Lines Oblique IV (1974) 

Museum Brandhorst, Two Lines Broken Wall (1968)

Bayerische Hypotheken-und-Wechsel-Bank, AG, Forty Triangles in Three Movements (1981)

Forty Triangles in Three Movements (1981)
Forty Triangles in Three Movements (1981)

Nuremberg

Richard-Wagner-Platz, Ministry of Labor, Breaking Column III (1993) 

Otterndorf

Museum Gegenstandsfreier Kunst, Two Lines Horizontal II (1972-1973)

Schwerin

Staatliche Museum, Two Lines Horizontal Gyratory (1982)

Stuttgart

Mercedes-Daimler-Benz Headquarters, Two Lines Excentric Jointed with Six Angles (1989)

Two Lines Excentric Jointed with Six Angles (1989)
Two Lines Excentric Jointed with Six Angles (1989)

Ulm

Kunstpfad Universität Ulm, Four Open Rectangles Excentric Gyratory Gyratory (1976)

Four Open Rectangles Excentric Gyratory Gyratory (1976)
Four Open Rectangles Excentric Gyratory Gyratory (1976)


Israel

Jerusalem

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 197l, Two Lines Oblique Jerusalem (1971)

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Delta Theme with Two Lines (1976)

Japan

Kanagawa

Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Art, Etoile (1958-1964)

Kyoto

Shiga Prefecture, Two Lines Oblique Gyratory II (1989-1999)

Kobe

Hyogo Prefectural Museum, Two Lines Up Thirty Feet (1988-1998)

Naoshima Island

Benesse Art Site, Four Lines (1978-1988), Three Squares Vertical Diagonal (1978) and Peristyle V (1994-1995)

Three Squares Vertical Diagonal (1978), Photo by Carey Ciuro
Three Squares Vertical Diagonal (1978), Photo by Carey Ciuro
Peristyle V (1994-1995), Photo by Kimon Berlin
Peristyle V (1994-1995), Photo by Kimon Berlin

Okayama

Okayama Prefecture Museum of Art, Four Planes Hanging (1990)

Four Planes Hanging (1990)
Four Planes Hanging (1990)

Osaka

Kansai University, Two Trapezoids as One Rectangle II (1992)

National Memorial Museum of Expo '70, Space Churn with Squares (1969)

National Museum of Fine Art (sculpture located at Osaka University) Triple L Excentric Gyratory Gyratory IV, 1985

Shizuoka

Shizuoka Museum, Four Lines Oblique Gyratory Rhombus II (1976)

Tokyo 

Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Wall Ripple II (c. 1961)

Hakone Open-Air Museum, Two Lines Vertical  (1965-1976)

Tokyo City Hall, Three Rectangles Horizontal Jointed Gyratory III (1990) and Column of Four  Squares Excentric Gyratory III (1990)

Wakyama Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Two Open Rectangles Diagonal Jointed (1984)

Mexico

Mexico City

Groupo Televisa, S.A.B Headquarters, Two Conical Segments Gyratory Gyratory (1979)

New Zealand

Auckland

Auckland Art Gallery, Double L Excentric Gyratory (1985)

Gibbs Farm, Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory Up V (1987) and Column of Four Squares Excentric Gyratory III (1990)

Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory Up V (1987)
Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory Up V (1987)


South Korea

Seoul, Seoul Olympics Museum of Art (SOMA), Two Lines Oblique Up 120 Degrees (1969-1988)

Two Lines Oblique Up 120 Degrees (1969-1988)
Two Lines Oblique Up 120 Degrees (1969-1988)
Switzerland

Bern

Kunstmuseum Bern, Forty-Eight Squares Two Cubes (1969)

Ermatingen

Wolfsberg Konferenzzentrum, Four Trapezoids as Two Rectangles (1989)

Four Trapezoids as Two Rectangles (1989)
Four Trapezoids as Two Rectangles (1989)

Zurich

Union Bank of Switzerland, Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory Up III (1970)

The Netherlands

Amsterdam

Schiphol Airport, Two Vertical Two Horizontal Lines (1974)

Otterlo

Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Two Vertical Three Horizontal Lines (1966), Unstable Cube II (1968) and L's One Up One Down Excentric II (1981)

Unstable Cube II (1968)
Unstable Cube II (1968)

Rotterdam 

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Two Lines Oblique Up (1967-1969)

City of Rotterdam, Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory (1969)

Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory (1969), Photo by FaceMePLS
Two Rectangles Vertical Gyratory (1969), Photo by FaceMePLS

Theater Rotterdam Schouwburg, Three Breaking Columns (1986-1989)

Three Breaking Columns (1986-1989), Photo by Dietmut Teijgeman-Hansen
Three Breaking Columns (1986-1989), Photo by Dietmut Teijgeman-Hansen

Schiedam

City of Schiedam, Beatrixpark, Horizontal Column of Five Squares II Excentric (1994)

United Kingdom

England

London

Tate Galleries, N Lines Horizontal Hanging I (1967) and Four Rectangles Oblique Bronze (1974)

Royal Trinity Hospice, Four Open Squares Horizontal Gyratory Tapered (1984)

Oxford

Holywell Manor Garden, Balliol College, Oxford University, Two Planes Vertical Horizontal II (1970)

Scotland

Edinburgh

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Two Lines Up Excentric VI (Two Slender Lines Excentric) (1977)

Two Lines Up Excentric VI (Two Slender Lines Excentric) (1977)
Two Lines Up Excentric VI (Two Slender Lines Excentric) (1977)

Maggie Keswick Jenck's Cancer Caring Centre, Triple L Excentric Gyratory Gyratory III (1980)

Glasgow 

University of Glasgow, Three Squares Gyratory (1972-1975)

The Hill House, The National Trust for Scotland, Five Open Rectangles Diagonal Jointed Gyratory  (1996)            

Glenalmond

Glenalmond College, One Fixed Three Moving Lines Wall (1991)

Stirling

University of Stirling, One Rectangle Excentric (1975-1998)