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Piero Golia

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Piero Golia, ‘It takes a nation of millions to hold us back’ (2003)

The entire façade of a building removed from its original position in Amsterdam and installed in a gallery space in Paris. The work’s title is a reference to the mythical album by the rap band Public Enemy.


Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys

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Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys‘Untitled (Die schmutzigen Puppen von Pommern) 002′ (2013)

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Fabio Sargentini

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Fabio Sargentini ‘Flooding of the Via Beccaria gallery space, L’Attico, Rome’ (1976)


Paul Geelen

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Paul Geelen, untitled (2013)

Silica gel balls and one slug egg.


Martin Kippenberger

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Martin Kippenberger, ‘Untitled’ (1989)


Tomo Savic-Gecan

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Tomo Savic-Gecan, untitled (2009)


Simon Linke

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‘Sarah Lucas’ (2008)

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‘Celmins, Gibbs, Martin’ (2007) by Simon Linke


Warren Neidich

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Warren Neidich, ‘Book exchange’ (2010)

Neidich designed this rotating book shelf to hold all the books Sarah Palin supposedly wanted censored from her local library in Wasilla Alaska. All these books were bought off the internet and placed on the shelf. The members of the community were sent an invite to come to the gallery carrying a red book which they were asked to exchange for one of the shelved books. When all the books have been exchanged for and the work becomes a red monochrome the work is completed.


Christian Mayer

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‘Temporary Gallery Office’ (2005) by Christian Mayer.

Packaged IKEA furniture and furnishings, bought and brought back after the show receiving full refund.


Tim Etchells

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‘Some Imperatives’ (2011) by Tim Etchells.