Tag Archives: sculpture


Theo van Doesburg

Theo van Doesburg. Eine Stadt fur den Verkehr, 1929

Theo van Doesburg, ‘Eine Stadt für den Verkehr’ (one city for traffic) (1929)


Bevis Martin and Charlie Youle

Bevis Martin and Charlie Youle - Pasta Necklace, 2015

Bevis Martin and Charlie Youle, ‘Pasta Necklace’ (2015)


David Shrigley

David Shrigley Pet Carrier #5 (2007)

David Shrigley, ‘Pet Carrier #5′ (2007)


Nail houses

Nail house in Wenling-China

A nail house is a Chinese neologism for homes belonging to people (sometimes called “stubborn nails”) who refuse to make room for real estate development. The term, a pun coined by developers, refers to nails that are stuck in wood, and cannot be pounded down with a hammer.


Sir Edward James

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Sir Edward James‘s surrealist garden in Las Pozas, a mountainous village in North-East Mexican, lost in the jungle of Xilitla, in the state of San Luis Potósi.


Jon Rafman

Jon Rafman I am Alone but Not Lonely, 2013

Jon Rafman, ‘I am alone, but not lonely’ (2013)


Alfred Joseph Frueh

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Letter from cartoonist Alfred Joseph Frueh to his wife Giuliette Fanciulli, sent on Jan. 10th, 1913.
The letter opens up to form a model of a gallery hung with paintings. Frueh made this model to inform his wife about the details of a specific art gallery before her visit.

Collection of the Smithsonian Archives of American Art.


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)


Georges Vantongerloo

Interrelation of Volumes 1919 Georges Vantongerloo 1886-1965 Purchased 1978 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T02306

‘Interrelation of Volumes’ (1919), by Georges Vantongerloo


The New York Five

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The New York Five, in 1972, dressed as their own favourite buildings, a nod to this famous picture from 1931.