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B. Wurtz

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B. Wurtz, untitled (4 views) (1988)


Darren Bader

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Darren Bader, ‘Proposal for Filling a Swimming Pool with Couscous’

Architectural model with couscous, the potential to make the proposal a reality.


Dani Gal

danigal_Model for a film set of the Mauthausen concentration camp from the memory of Mr. Kuck 2013

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Dani Gal, ‘Model for a film set of the Mauthausen concentration camp from the memory of Mr. Kuck’ (2013)


Gene Kelly

Gene Kelly in ‘An American in Paris‘, directed by Vincente Minnelli (1951)


Charlotte Posenenske

Prototype for Revolving Vane 1967-8 by Charlotte Posenenske 1930-1985

Prototype for Revolving Vane 1967-8 by Charlotte Posenenske 1930-1985

‘Prototype for Revolving Vane’ (1967-’68) by Charlotte Posenenske


John Armleder

John Armleder

by John Armleder


Lieke Snellen

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‘Business in Motion’ (2012) by Lieke Snellen


Mike Pratt

Mike Pratt, 2 Flutes and a Violin, 2014

Mike Pratt, ‘2 Flutes and a Violin’ (2014)


Brad Troemel

BradTroemel_1 Fish, Flowers, 3 Crypto Vest Litecoins, 1 AOCS Copper Round, 2014

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Brad Troemel, ‘1 Fish, Flowers, 3 Crypto Vest Litecoins, 1 AOCS Copper Round’ (2014)


Anonymous Flemish artist

The panel below is what one would see when today’s diptych is closed.  The grinning gent holds a scroll that warns, “Leave this panel closed, otherwise you’ll be angry with me.”

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(closed)

Upon opening the diptych, the viewer is greeted with an ass shot of the cheeky man from the closed panel and opposite it, a fool who makes a hilarious gesture, mocking the viewer’s disobedience.

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(open)

A scroll on the full-moon panel declares, “It’s not my fault because I warned you in advance!”  On the right panel, another scroll proclaims, “Moreover, we wanted to warn you so you wouldn’t jump out the window!”

The thistle protruding from the flasher’s undies is a symbol of pain, defense, and misanthropy.

By an unknown Flemish painter.