Each time I see you, I feel it could be the last time, 1986

Al Wong, “Each Time I See You, I Feel It Could Be the Last Time,” ©1987, 60″H x 120″W x 24″D, Acrylic on fiberglass netting with TV set, table, tablecloth, aluminum cane, and lighting.  Exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Al Wong, “Line Up,” ©1987, 120″H x 252″W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting, with plastic, nylon, cloth, envelope, 3 light bulbs, and photocopies of photographs. (overview and detail images).  Exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

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Al Wong, “Laura,” (on left)  ©1986, 72″H x 48″W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting, with cloth, nylon, plastic and lighting.  “Grandmothers,” (on right)  ©1988, 96″H x 84″W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting, with marquisette, plastic, nylon and wood, 5 photocopies of photographs, and lighting.  Exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

6. Shadow Tree-Al WongAl Wong, “Shadow Tree,” ©1988, 144″H x 72″W x 72″ D, Acrylic on fiberglass netting, with wood, nylon and lighting.  Exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art.7. suzuki roshiAl Wong, “Suzuki Roshi,” ©1987, 72″H x 48″W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting, with wood and lighting, black and white photograph.  Exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Al Wong, “On/Off,” ©1987, 72″H x 48″W, Acrylic, enamel, spray paint, and marker on fiberglass netting, with light bulb and flasher. (View 1 and View 2).  Exhibited at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Al Wong, “Blind Waiting,” ©1985, 8’H x 4’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting with venetian blinds.  “Shadow Stand” ©1985, 8’H x 4’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.

Al Wong, “Cross Circle,” ©2005, 6’H x 5.25’W, Plastic and acrylic.  “Slant Flying,” ©2006, 6.5’H x 5.25’W, Plastic and acrylic.

Al Wong, “Help” ©2005, 2’6″H x 6’6″W, Plastic and acrylic.  “Rectangle,” ©2005, 5’4″H x 5’W, Plastic and acrylic.

Al Wong, “Merge” ©2005, 24″H x 35″W, Plastic and acrylic.  “Float,” ©2005, 5’H x 5’W, Plastic and acrylic.

Al Wong, “Around the Wall” ©2005, 6’3″H x 5’4″W, Plastic and acrylic.  “Eight Ways,” ©2005, 2″H x 8’4″W, Plastic and acrylic.

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Al Wong, “GONE” ©2005, 2’6″H x 6’7″W, Plastic and acrylic.

Al Wong, “Round” ©2015, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.  “Cross Over,” ©2015, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.

Al Wong, “Oval Float” ©2014, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.  “Column Rush,” ©2014, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.

Al Wong, “Rectangle Move” ©2013, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.  “Twist,” ©2012, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.

Al Wong, “Color Bar” ©2013, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.  (View 1 and View 2 in sunlight)

Al Wong, “Standing Bar” ©2015, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting. (overview and detail images)

25. Rectangle Float-Al WongAl Wong, “Rectangle Float” ©2013, 8’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting.

Al Wong, “Balance” ©2015, 9’H x 5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting and cloth.  “Left Right,” ©2015, 4’H x 3.5’W, Acrylic on fiberglass netting and cloth.

Al Wong, “Cloudy Hands,” ©2006, 5’8″W x 6’7″H, acrylic on paper.