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LEGENDARY EXHIBITS: 6th Caribbean Biennal – A Project by Maurizio Cattelan

Only the photos by Armin Linke and the artists' special contributions are what remains of this disturbing  2000 event.Only the photos by Armin Linke and the artists' special contributions are what remains of this disturbing 2000 event.

Une vraie fausse biennale imaginée par Maurizio

Bernadette Corporation's “Violent Incident” at Vleeshal Zusterstraat

The SBKM (the Middelburg non-profit Foundation for Visual Arts) realizes contemporary art exhibitions in The Netherlands.The SBKM (the Middelburg non-profit Foundation for Visual Arts) realizes contemporary art exhibitions in The Netherlands.

The transformation of affect and emotional excess into technical form, as strategies of industrial, institutional critique...

Kazuhito Tanaka : "pLastic_fLowers" 2015 : analog chromogenic print (hand printed by artist)

Born 1973 in Saitama, Japan and now based in Kyoto, Tanaka's credentials include numerous series of abstract work in photographyBorn 1973 in Saitama, Japan and now based in Kyoto, Tanaka's credentials include numerous series of abstract work in photography

In my new piece "pLastic_fLowers",

Claire Fontaine: Untitled (I’ve stolen it) (2014) :

The text of the sign is inspired by a chapter of the historical book by R.D. Laing entitled Knots.The text of the sign is inspired by a chapter of the historical book by R.D. Laing entitled Knots.

Untitled (I’ve stolen it) (2014), is an animated

Pendant Ivory Mask of Queen Idia; Edo peoples, probably 16th century AD

The pendant is said to represent Queen Mother Idia, mother of Oba Esigie who ruled in the sixteenth century.The pendant is said to represent Queen Mother Idia, mother of Oba Esigie who ruled in the sixteenth century.

Chris Ofili, Afronirvana, 2002. Oil, acrylic, polyester resin, aluminum foil, glitter, map pins, and elephant dung on canvas

Influences include the Bible, hip-hop culture, Zimbabwean cave paintings, Blaxploitation films, and the poetry of William Blake.Influences include the Bible, hip-hop culture, Zimbabwean cave paintings, Blaxploitation films, and the poetry of William Blake.

SHERRIE LEVINE Alligator, 2014 Bronze 13.3 x 48.9 x 21.6 cm (5 1/4 x 19 1/4 x 8 1/2 in.) Edition of 12

Their glowing, polished surface embodies Levine’s artistic mastery over transforming unorthodox material into precious object.Their glowing, polished surface embodies Levine’s artistic mastery over transforming unorthodox material into precious object.

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