Kate Newby

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Kate Newby, ‘Let the other thing in’ (2013)

installation view at Fogo Island Gallery, Newfoundland


Daniel Keller

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Daniel Keller, ‘AmazonGlobalPriority Cairn Unit 3′ (2013)

These stacked rocks or cairns are originally an ancient symbol of ‘value-adding’ human intervention on the landscape. These Ancient Graffiti® river-stone cairns are made in Honduras, ornaments purchased from leading e-commerce site (and chief disruptor of traditional brick-and-mortar retail) Amazon.com and delivered directly to the gallery.


Angela Bulloch

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Angela Bulloch, ‘AbraCadereSalubra’ (2009)

Edition for Texte zur Kunst.

For Texte zur Kunst Bulloch produced a chain consisting of 30 beads, that have been cast in tin after handmade models and have then been handpainted. According to two preset systems, related to Cadere and Le Corbusier, these beads have been connected on a metal string.


Andre Cadere

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Andre Cadere, ‘Barre de bois rond’ (1975)


Kurt Schwitters

Painted Stone 1945-7 by Kurt Schwitters 1887-1948

Kurt Schwitters, ‘Painted stone’ (1945-47)


René Magritte

1936 Magritte L'Avenir, 54x65 cm

René Magritte, ‘L’avenir’ (1936)


Assaf Gruber

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Assaf Gruber, ‘First kiss’ (2013)


Constantin Brancusi

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Constantin Brancusi, ‘Sleeping muse’ (1910)


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Unknown Artist - Shell Mask Gorget, ca. 1500-1700 North American Indian, Late Mississippian Culture

North American Indian, late Mississippian culture shell mask gorget, (ca. 1500-1700)


Judith Hopf

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‘Trying to build a mask with a box of a smart phone’ (2013) by Judith Hopf.