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Hans Haacke

Hans Haacke, Untitled #1, 2005
Hans Haacke, untitled #1 (2005)


Rebecca Horn

Rebecca Horn The Bright Wounded Star

Rebecca Horn, ‘The Bright Wounded Star’


Renata Lucas

Renata Lucas. Ontem, areias movedicas (Yesterday, quicksands), 2012

Renata Lucas. Ontem, areias movedicas (Yesterday, quicksands), 2012-1

Renata Lucas. Ontem, areias movedicas (Yesterday, quicksands), 2012-2

‘Ontem, areias movediças’ (Yesterday, Quicksands), by Renata Lucas for documenta 2012.

An invisible pyramid structure spread across Kassel, with fragments of the corners in four basements of the C&A store, a parking garage, the Fridericianum and the Gebrüder-Grimm-House. Accompanied by videos in different locations along the lines showing Kassel as a dessert-city.

Thanks, Amelia Groom!


Magdalena Jetelová

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Magdalena Jetelová, ‘Domestication of a Pyramid’ (1991)


Manfred Pernice

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Manfred-Pernice-Installation view, 'Tutti', Kunstverein, Salzburg, 2010

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Installation views of Manfred Pernice‘s ‘Tutti’ at Kunstverein Salzburg (2010)


Alexander Wolff

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Installation view of Alexander Wolff‘s show at Kunsthalle Lingen (2014).


Thomas Rentmeister

thomasrentmeister_untitled, 2013 chicken wire, Nutella

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Thomas Rentmeister, untitled (2013)

Chicken wire and Nutella.


Christiane Löhr

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Christiane Löhr, ‘Konvexes Haarnetz’ (‘Convex hairwork’) (2005)


Rosemarie Trockel

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Rosemarie Trockel, ’56 Brushstrokes’ (1990)

The ’56 Brushstrokes’ are the product of a Painting Machine designed by Rosemarie Trockel. Seven rows of eight brushes are attached to shafts oufitted with steel rollers, which are drawn along a track approximately two meters long by a spool driven by an electric motor. The brushes are manufactured by Da Vinci, the painter’s brush factory in Nürnberg, with the hair of real artists. As they are pulled along, the brushes are first dipped in watercolors and then drawn over Japanese paper, so that they leave behind eight different brush strokes running in multiple broken “autograph marks” parallel to one another.


Luis Camnitzer

luis_camnitzer-Garden Wall Door Table 1968

Luis Camnitzer, ‘Garden Wall Door Table’ (1968)