Elliot Erwitt
Elliot Erwitt Candice Bergen at Truman Capote's Black and White Ball (1966)











Adrian Ghenie
Adrian Ghenie The Hit (2007) Oil on canvas





Cris brodahl
Cris Brodahl The Jean Genie (2005) Oil on canvas





Andy Denzler
Andy Denzler Nico (2006) Oil on canvas











Sophie Calle
Sophie Calle The Sleepers (1979) 176 prints + 23 framed texts + 1 book + iron table and chair

"I asked people to give me a few hours of their sleep. To come and sleep in my bed. To let themselves be looked at and photographed.
To answer questions. To each participant I suggested an eight hour stay." -Sophie Calle





Steve Mcqueen
Steve Mcqueen Film still from Giardini (2009)











Vito Acconci

Vito Acconci Blown-Up Baby-Doll (6 Triangles) (1993) Four color screenprint, mirrored plexiglas











Robert Longo
Robert Longo Untitled (Spanish Blood, Lion's Gate) (2005) Charcol on mounted paper











Carl Dreyer
Carl Dreyer Film still from La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc (1928)











Louise Finson
Louis Finson Allegory of the Four Elements (1611) Oil on canvas











PabloGenoves
Pablo Genoves Ba Reas Viento Del Norte (2009) Digitally enhanced photograph











Alexander Lee Mcqueen
Alexander Mcqueen AW 2010











seigenono
Seigen Ono Esemble Montreaux 93 94











NASA
A Laser Strike at the Galactic Center © Yuri Beletsky












CockyEek
Cocky Eek & Maria Blaisse Costume from the series Kuma-Kuna 1996 Elastic foam




Shinya Kimura
Motorcycle by Shinya Kimura











Terry Rodgers
Terry Rodgers The Calligraphy of Disproportionate Advantage 2007 Oil on linen




Terry Rodgers
Terry Rodgers The Ghosts of Liberation 2010 Oil on linen





Birds of Paradise
Flyer from SuperDeluxe











Leigh Bowery
Dan Fischer Leigh Bowery (2006) Graphite on paper




sassen
Viviane Sassen Prosper (2006)












Garth Weiser

Garth Weiser My love is chemical (2009) Acrylic and gouache on canvas





Garth Weiser

Garth Weiser Cardio (2009) Acrylic and gouache on canvas











Andre Kerstez
Andre Kerstez Distortion #147 (1933) Gelatin Silver Print




Brancusi
Brancusi











ink line


Charles Ray
Ink Line (1987)
Ink, electric motor, pump, plastic


"Ink Line, 1987, is a continuous stream of black ink traveling from a dime-size opening in the ceiling into a similar hole in the floor.
At first glance, the narrow stream appears static, but when carefully observed, the viewer is able to detect subtle fluctuations in the ink's flow.
Ink Line relates to the artist's iconic Ink Box from the previous year, in which a steel cube is precipitously filled to the brim with black ink. "
(text from Matthew Marks Gallery website)




charles ray











tarynsimon


Taryn Simon
White Tiger (Kenny), Selective Inbreeding
Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge and Foundation
Eureka Springs, Arkansas


In the United States, all living white tigers are the result of selective inbreeding to artificially create the genetic conditions that lead to white fur, ice-blue eyes and a pink nose.
Kenny was born to a breeder in Bentonville, Arkansas on February 3, 1999.
As a result of inbreeding, Kenny is mentally retarded and has significant physical limitations.
Due to his deep-set nose, he has difficulty breathing and closing his jaw, his teeth are severely malformed and he limps from abnormal bone structure in his forearms.
The three other tigers in Kenny’s litter are not considered to be quality white tigers as they are yellow coated, cross-eyed, and knock-kneed.











Pierre Boucher
Pierre Boucher Chute des corps 1938





Arcangelo Sassolino


Arcangelo Sassolino
Afasia 2 (2008)
Steel and nitrogen compressed at 250 bar


"Three steel objects relate the development of a single idea over several years. The first version, a cylindrical form almost two meters in length produced in 2005, contained nitrogen compressed at 220 bar.
The prototype of the group, it was subsequently destroyed by the artist. The second and third versions*, more spherical in shape and produced in 2007 and 2008 respectively, hold within them an even higher level of potential energy and weigh upwards of 600 kilograms (21,000 pounds) each.

They were designed by the artist together with Pietro Florential, a northern Italian company who also produced them, and constructed through the fusion of two semi-spherical caps normally used to seal the end of a piping infrastructure network.
Welded together over the course of two intense days, the objects were then subjected to static test in order to measure their capability to withstand extreme fluctuations of temperature and pressure.
Both objects were subsequently approved for public exhibition by officials from Burreau Veritas and the European Community."
(text from Arcangelo Sassolino JRP|Ringier, 2008)

*Afasia 2 is the third and final piece. The former two were both untitled.

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