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Johan Gelper

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Johan Gelper, ‘Semi Chisel’ (2013)


Henry Wessel

Incidents 001 2012 Henry Wessel born 1942 Purchased with assistance from Artworker's Retirement Society (Tate Americas Foundation) 2014    http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/P80504

‘Incidents 001′ (2012)

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‘Incidents 002′ & ‘Incidents 003′ (2012)

Incidents 005 2012 Henry Wessel born 1942 Purchased with assistance from Artworker's Retirement Society (Tate Americas Foundation) 2014 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/P80508

‘Incidents 005′ (2012)

All works from the ‘Incidents’ series, by Henry Wessel.


Özlem Altin

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Özlem Altin, ‘Untitled (Mädchen im Baum)’ (2013)

photo prints, 122 x 190 cm


Carlito Carvalhosa

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Carlito Carvalhosa, ‘Melhor Assim’ (2010)


Félix González-Torres

Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled (Perfect Lovers), 1987-1990

Félix González-Torres, untitled (Perfect Lovers) (1987-1990)


Kurt Kranz

Kurt Kranz Augenreihe (Eye rows) 1931

Kurt Kranz, ‘Augenreihe’ (1931)


Lt. Francis Meynell

The Slave Deck of the Albaroz, Prize to the Albatross-1845

Pencil and watercolor by Lt. Francis Meynell, “Slave deck of the Albaroz, Prize to the Albatross, 1845″, shows Africans liberated by the British Navy. The Albanez (erroneously identified as Albaroz) was a Brazilian vessel, captured by the Royal Navy ship, Albatross, off the mouth of the Coanza/Cuanza River (in present-day Angola) in 1845. Meynell was mate on the Albatross, captained at the time by Reginald Yorke. According to the NMM records, the Albatross was commissioned in 1842 and cruised African waters until 1849.


Frances Johnston

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Frances Johnston, ‘Making a Staircase’ (undated glass plate)


Didier Faustino

Didier-Faustino, Opus incertum-2014

‘Opus Incertum’ (2008) by Didier Faustino.

Plinth for recreating Yves Klein’s ‘Leap into the Void’.


Helmut Smits

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Risograph by Helmut Smits.