Andre Cadere, ‘Barre de bois rond’ (1975)
Steve Bishop, ‘If everything has a place then place too has a place III’ (2012)
‘Mrs Dalloway : Virginia Woolf’ (2014)
‘The Possibility of An Island : Michel Houellebecq’ (2013)
‘The Sailor who Fell from Grace with the Sea : Yukio Mishima’ (2013)
Part of an ongoing series of work by Heman Chong
Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, ‘La Bibliotheque clandestine’ (2013)
‘Liberate the Madness’ (2007) by Marjolijn Dijkman.
Temporary stage in front of an existing line of graffiti, that reads ‘liberate the madness’ in dutch.
‘I M U U R 2′ (2012) by Danh Vo.
Vo has long been fascinated by the life and work of Martin Wong, a visionary painter and beloved figure of New York’s downtown art scene of the 1980s and ’90s. After acquiring one of Wong’s works, he struck up a correspondence with the artist’s mother, Florence Wong Fie, and eventually visited her home in San Francisco. There, he discovered a remarkable collection of objects ranging from curios and tourist souvenirs to rare antique ceramics and scrolls of calligraphy, interspersed with numerous examples of Wong’s paintings and works on paper.