Mounir Fatmi

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Svein Larsen Moxvold

Man in Window
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Erik Sturm & Simon Jung

house

Alain Declercq

Attention radar

Jan Fabre

Je me vide de moi même

Je me vide de moi même

Erwan Fichou

Dogwool

Dog owners wear sweaters made from the fur of their dogs.

Art By Telephone

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Shortly after its opening, the Museum of Contemporary Art planned an exhibition to record the trend, incipient then and pervasive today, toward conceptualization of art. This exhibition, scheduled for the spring of 1968 and abandoned because of technical difficulties, consisted of works in different media, conceived by artists in this country and Europe and executed in Chicago on their behalf. The telephone was designated the most fitting means of communication in relaying instructions to those entrusted with fabrication of the artists’ projects or enactment of their ideas. To heighten the challenge of a wholly verbal exchange, drawings, blueprints or written descriptions were avoided. -Jan van der Marck (covertext)

Participating artists: Siah Armajani, Richard Artschwager, John Baldessari, Iain Baxter, Mel Bochner, Geoge Brecht, Jack Burnham, James Lee Byars, Robert H. Cumming, Francoise Dallegret, Jan Dibbets, John Giorno, Robert Grosvenor, Hans Haacke, Richard Hamilton, Dick Higgins, Davi Det Hompson, Robert Huot, Alani Jacquet, Ed Kienholz, Joseph Kosuth, Les Levine, Sol LeWitt, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Claes Oldenburg, Dennis Oppenheim, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Guenther Uecker, Stan Van Der Beek, Bernar Venet, Frank Lincoln, Viner Wolf Vostell, William Wegman, William T. Wiley.

Cover: b/w, gatefold, documentation-photo, texts about the artists and an introduction by Jan van der Marck. Design: Sherman Mutchnick.

Koen Vanmechelen

Cosmopolitan chicken project

Cosmopolitan chicken project

Ursus Wehrli

The Art of Clean-Up

The Art of Clean-Up

The Art of Clean-Up

The Art of Clean-Up

Charley Friedman

Nipple eyes

Nipple eyes


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Nicholas O’Brien

Cheng Guo

“Mouth Factory” is a series of functional machines specifically designed to be operated by the mouth of the user.
It explores the capabilities and versatility of this wondrous organ and correlating facial expressions, re-contextualised within the realm of production. As a comment on human enhancement, the project aims to explore the aesthetic of production through a series of performative devices. By focusing on the mouth, the production devices acquire a fantastic quality that amplifies and render visible the reciprocal relationship and effects between our body and our tools.

Heike Bollig

Kate

Kate

“Errors in Production is an ongoing collection of a variety of products with individual manufacturing errors. Although I actively seek these objects, I mostly come across them accidentally or friends and salesclerks pass them on to me.” – Heike Bollig 2011

Cao Fei

Back to the garden

Back to the garden

We Love Each Others

papa's funeral

Kaarina Kaikkonen

Shadow

Shadow

Les Frères Ripoulain

Under the pseudonym of Les Frères Ripoulain, the duo of french artists David Renault et Mathieu Tremblin work since 2006 in fallow areas of the city and develop urban actions focus on notions like counterfeiting, neglect and degradation, autonomous and spontaneous expression, cryptic language and civil disobedience.

Gyung Jin Shin

Smiley Suicide

p.t.t.red

aphrodite pergamonmuseum

aphrodite pergamonmuseum

wall street - moneyfield new york

Ursa

Ondrej Brody & Kristofer Paetau

Dog carpets

Dog carpets

Dog carpets

Dog carpets