Stephen Shore

Shore Stephen Iron Mountain Iron Mine Vulcan Michigan July 9 1973

Stephen Shore, ‘Norway, Michigan, “Big John”, Iron Mountain Iron Mine, July 9, 1973′ (1973-2006)


Joel Sternfeld

Joel Sternfeld 'Exhausted Renegade Elephant', Woodland, Washington, 1982

Joel Sternfeld, ‘Exhausted Renegade Elephant’ (Woodland, Washington, 1982)


Ed van der Elsken

Ed van der Elsken, Amsterdam, 1973-1975

Ed van der Elsken, ‘Amsterdam, 1973-1975′ (1975)


Robert Delaunay

Robert Delaunay - Political Drama - 1938

Robert Delaunay, ‘Political Drama’ (1938)


Cian-Yu Bai

CianYuBai_Melting, 2013

‘Melting’ (2013) by Cian-Yu Bai.


Jon Rafman

Jon Rafman O'Keeffe Antechamber, 2013

Jon Rafman, ‘O’Keeffe Antechamber’ (2013)


Marcel Broodthaers

Broodthaers Decor XIXth install 02

Broodthaers Decor XIXth install 01

Broodthaers Decor XIXth install 04

Broodthaers Decor XIXth install 03

Marcel Broodthaers, ‘Décor: A Conquest’ (2013)

Installation at Michael Werner Gallery, London.


Eyal Weizman

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A change in military thinking is taking place these very days, in which the military understands that future wars will take place in cities. If in the past symmetrical warfare was conducted by state militaries in the open fields, today militaries are fighting enclaves of resistance that withdraw ever deeper into the density of the urban fabric. ‘Walking through walls’ is the military tactic of tearing down holes in the façades of people’s homes (and the walls between rooms) in order to expand the battle field from the public to the private space.

Transcript of lecture by Eyal Weizman here, essay here.


Vaast Colson

vaastcolson-Break Down the Wall-2006

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Vaast Colson, ‘Break Down the Wall’ (2006)

Colson opened up a hole in the wall between Maes & Matthijs Gallery and Stella Lohaus Gallery.


Pablo Rasgado

Pablo Rasgado, Unfolded Architecture (Double Negative), 2011

Pablo Rasgado, ‘Unfolded Architecture (Double Negative)’ (2011)