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“‘Esa Esquina Soy Yo’ brings together two brilliant artists as they reach for the sacred, drawing from distinct lived hi...
04/18/2024

“‘Esa Esquina Soy Yo’ brings together two brilliant artists as they reach for the sacred, drawing from distinct lived histories. Where they meet, they tell a story to the viewer, whose body, memory, and gaze are central to this exhibition. While staring out into Spalletti’s sea of color or shifting around Morelos’s shin-height mountain range of chipboard, a narrative takes shape from their labors: his weeks of adding, then erasing a regimented recipe of parts towards a whole; her stirs, layers, folds, and drapes, a pulsating life force. Walking around the gallery, the works convey each artist’s attention to space, to emptiness as much as abundance. Their shared commitment to the spiritual quality of making and experiencing a work of art is palpable, as well as the power of their alchemies of the earth’s minerals—Spalletti’s impastos of color and Morelos’s mixtures of clay and brick dust. Like a good conversation, ‘Esa Esquina Soy Yo’ twists and turns through the minds of its central builders, to ceaselessly illuminating effect.” —Chloe Stagaman, The Brooklyn Rail

🚨You have a few days left to see "Delcy Morelos and Ettore Spalletti: Esa Esquina Soy Yo" at before it closes this Saturday, 20 April, after 6 pm. https://www.mariangoodman.com/exhibitions/delcy-morelos-and-ettore-spalletti-esa-esquina-soy-yo/

For Pierre Huyghe, the exhibition is an unpredictable ritual, where new possibilities are generated and coexist, without...
04/17/2024

For Pierre Huyghe, the exhibition is an unpredictable ritual, where new possibilities are generated and coexist, without hierarchy or determinism. With "Liminal," his new exhibition at the Pinault Collection’s Punta della Dogana created in close collaboration with curator Anne Steen, Huyghe invites us to follow other realities, to become strangers to ourselves, from a perspective other than human—inhuman.

📸 Installation view, “Pierre Huyghe. Liminal”, 2024, Punta della Dogana, Venezia. Photo: Ola Rindal © Palazzo Grassi, Pinault Collection

A large outdoor work by Maurizio Cattelan is one of the focal points of "With My Eyes," the Vatican’s exhibition for the...
04/15/2024

A large outdoor work by Maurizio Cattelan is one of the focal points of "With My Eyes," the Vatican’s exhibition for the Holy See Pavilion at the 60th Venice Biennale. Curated by Chiara Parisi and Bruno Racine, the exhibition is situated within a women’s prison on Giudecca Island and is dedicated to the theme of human rights and marginalized communities.

Cattelan’s contributions include creating a work on the prison chapel’s façade and collaborating on an editorial feature co-created with inmates, which will be published in the Biennale-focused issue of L’Osservatore di Strada, a monthly newspaper published by the Vatican.

The exhibition will take place from 20 April – 24 November 2024. On 28 April, Pope Francis will visit the pavilion, marking the first-ever Papal visit to the Biennale.

Maurizio Cattelan
“Mother,” 1999
Performance at the 48th Venice Biennale
© Maurizio Cattelan
📸 Attilio Maranzano

“I just don’t like eggs! Andrea Fraser on collectors, collecting, collections” at Fondazione Antonio Dalle Nogare is the...
04/12/2024

“I just don’t like eggs! Andrea Fraser on collectors, collecting, collections” at Fondazione Antonio Dalle Nogare is the first solo exhibition ever devoted by an Italian institution to the research of the artist, writer and thinker.

Curated by Andrea Viliani with Vittoria Pavesi, the exhibition includes works spanning Fraser’s overall research, from the late 80s to her recent productions, including a new artwork especially conceived for this exhibition. Taken from the script of the artist’s performance, “May I Help You?,” the title evokes the language and mentality of collecting as an enactment of taste, desire, distinction, possession, categorization, negation, exclusivity, and the exercise of choice as an expression of power.

🗓️ 13 April 2024 – 22 February 2025

Learn more: https://shorturl.at/CHMST

📸 Andrea Fraser on the set of “The Public Life of Art: The Museum,” Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1988. Photo: Louise Lawler.

"Liminal," an exhibition created by Pierre Huyghe in close collaboration with curator Anne Stenne, transforms Pinault Co...
04/11/2024

"Liminal," an exhibition created by Pierre Huyghe in close collaboration with curator Anne Stenne, transforms Pinault Collection’s Punta della Dogana into a transitory state inhabited by human and non-human creatures and becomes the site of formation of subjectivities that are constantly learning, changing, and hybridizing. Their memories are expanding with information captured from events, both perceptible and imperceptible, that permeate the exhibition.

Huyghe’s “Zoodram 6” (2013) is an evolving world in itself. The conditions in the aquarium are established, yet what unfolds remains uncertain. The animals were chosen according to the recursivity of their instinctual behavior.

Here, a hermit crab lives inside a replica of Constantin Brâncuși’s famous sculpture ‘Sleeping Muse’ (1910). The crab and the muse’s heads embody the hybridization of two species, between a non-human being and a human representation, a relationship that is central in the exhibition.

Tickets: https://shorturl.at/afhvG

Pierre Huyghe
“Zoodram 6,” 2013
Courtesy Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Nationalgalerie, 2015 purchased by the Freunde der Nationalgalerie
© Pierre Huyghe

Happy birthday, Tony Cragg! We look forward to your forthcoming exhibition at   later this month. Regarded as one of the...
04/09/2024

Happy birthday, Tony Cragg! We look forward to your forthcoming exhibition at later this month.

Regarded as one of the foremost contemporary sculptors globally, Cragg draws on both the natural world and industrial systems to create new forms of sculptural language. His abiding interest in providing an alternative to the utilitarian sphere is in every exhibition, presenting a visually compelling, vital and diverse new category of forms beyond the mediated nature populating our current reality.

Tony Cragg
“Versus,” 2023
Bronze
47 1/4 x 48 3/8 x 11 3/8 in. (120 x 123 x 29 cm)

04/05/2024

Over the past ten years, drawing has taken on a predominant role in the ’s work, enabling her to express herself freely, immediately and poetically.

At Galerie Marian Goodman , numerous drawings are displayed throughout the space, interweaving with most of the works, including the 7-meter-long mural installation “En même temps 2” (2021), which occupies the main wall on the first floor.

Messenger describes the piece as “a conversation between small, very hieratic, very upright effigies, small black sculptures, which figure us humans. They seem to be observing us, while large, narrow, elongated, very organic drawings play with representations of our bodies, our organs, our fantasies, infiltrating and circulating, seeming to disrupt the dignity of these little effigies, all at the same time.”

The vertical drawings in red, black and blue acrylic each convey a vertiginous fall, including motifs representative of the artist's repertoire such as hands, skulls with arms and legs, spectral figures, a girl-squelette in a tutu, a pair of scissors, shoes, or rarer ones like hopscotch or the organ of the heart.

Come see Messager’s work up close in the exhibition, "Laiser Aller," through 11 May 2024 at 79 rue du Temple, Paris. https://shorturl.at/jlxFP

🎥 Valentin Caron

Tanti auguri, Giuseppe Penone! We look forward to your forthcoming exhibitions, including at   next month, along with th...
04/03/2024

Tanti auguri, Giuseppe Penone! We look forward to your forthcoming exhibitions, including at next month, along with the installation of a permanent site-specific sculpture at the Princess Estelle Sculpture Park on Royal Djurgården in Sweden in May, and "Arte Povera" at Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection in October.

Penone invites us to contemplate our relationship with nature, time and memory, by exploring the correlation and inseparability of human existence to the natural world through a logic of materials. His interventions with nature have involved creating a correspondence between the body of man and the growth of a tree, fabricating a steel cast of his hand grasping a young tree trunk, and making a negative print of his body and his breath in leaves.

With a tactile awareness of the world around him, Penone’s artwork is both an extension of life as expressed through the eyes and fingertips, as it is an incarnation of the fluid materials he finds and transforms- from bronze, steel, to marble, to drawing, and canvas—embodying the notion of living sculpture.

For more details on the artist please visit mariangoodman.com.

📸 Luc Castel

03/28/2024

Robby Müller’s photographs, often taken in his time off while working on films such as those of Wim Wenders and Jim Jarmusch were, at first, not intended to be displayed.

Known as one of the most influential directors of photography, Robby Müller spent months on the road, sleeping in hotel rooms. There he observed reflections on mirrors, windows or TV screens, noticing the particularities of light cast from a table lamp, and discerning the sun’s rays descending on a coffee maker or piercing through shutters.

These intimate, personal snapshots, captured in moments of solitude, contextualize the world through his eyes.

Immerse yourself in "Robby Müller: Polaroïds"—exhibition at Galerie Marian Goodman, 66 rue du Temple, Paris, which remains on view through 27 April 2024. https://shorturl.at/krxIN

Biennials are reimagining the curatorial landscape by fostering collaborations between curators and artists to shape exh...
03/28/2024

Biennials are reimagining the curatorial landscape by fostering collaborations between curators and artists to shape exhibitions. , co-curator of the Istanbul Biennial, joins Gridthiya Gaweewong and Rirkrit Tiravanija, co-artistic directors of the Thailand Biennale, to delve into how such collaborations enrich the artist-curator dynamic. The discussion will be moderated by Amal Khalaf and Alia Sw****ka, co-curators of Sharjah Biennial 16.

🗓️ Friday, 29 March
🕑️ 2 –3 pm

📍 Auditorium, N101B, L1,
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre
Organized in collaboration with Sharjah Art Foundation

🎟️ RSVP: https://shorturl.at/MOQRT

📸 Amar Lanwar. Credit: Monica Tiwari

The interrelation of light and darkness is a key component of Tavares Strachan’s immersive, six-room exhibition at  ; th...
03/26/2024

The interrelation of light and darkness is a key component of Tavares Strachan’s immersive, six-room exhibition at ; the divided spaces become each other’s complements.

In the darkness of one half, new Galaxy paintings, depicting distant constellations and galaxies as symbols of the invisible systems that structure our world, are placed in relation to three ceramic sculptures. “Inner Elder (Mary Seacole),” “Inner Elder (Biko as Septimius Severus),” and “Inner Elder (Nina Simone as Queen of Sheba),” represent historical figures who carry their own symbolic cosmology and are symbols of a lost language.

The contrasting, light-filled gallery presents a white painting of hair, “Mind Field No. 8,” alongside three white marble sculptures, “Makeda (A Map of the Crown)”, “Moremi (A Map of the Crown),” and “Amanirenas (A Map of the Crown),” collectively drawing questions around whiteness and related visual discourses of ancient sculpture.

"Magnificent Darkness" continues through 13 April 2024 at Marian Goodman Gallery Los Angeles.

📸 Elon Schoenholz

03/26/2024

"Annette Messager: Laisser aller" continues at the Galerie Marian Goodman in Paris.

in the vaulted space are the sound work ‘Comme si’ (2022) and ‘Le désir attrapé par le masque’ (2021). The title of the latter is a nod to Pablo Picasso's surrealist play ‘Le désir attrapé par la queu’; here, a pair of naturalized palmipeds, topped with heads of soft toys, perch on a suspended mirror, lit by a twirling bulb.

The artist’s voice speaks to visitors through ‘Comme si,’ a phrase alluding to our inclination for pretense, murmured repeatedly like a litany, akin to the words she diligently reproduces on paper.

Through 11 May 2024: https://shorturl.at/txHOR

🎥 Valentin Caron

Eija-Liisa Ahtila's APRIL is a multi-channel moving image installation that contemplates the spatiality of a forest by p...
03/25/2024

Eija-Liisa Ahtila's APRIL is a multi-channel moving image installation that contemplates the spatiality of a forest by projecting it onto a rectangular wall, resembling a human structure.

Filmed over two years, spanning from the spring of 2022 to 2023, APRIL captures the transition from winter to summer. This work is part of a broader project delving into the potential of ecological storytelling in moving images, aiming to shift away from anthropocentric perspectives.

You can currently experience APRIL as part of the group exhibition "The Wood of the Trees" at the Kröller-Müller Museum. https://shorturl.at/oCKR0

Eija-Liisa Ahtila
APRIL, 2024
8 min loop – 8 channel (vertically) projected installation with 8.0 audio

Written and directed by Eija-Liisa Ahtila
Cinematography: Antti Ruusuvuori
Editing: Heikki Kotsalo
Image post-production: Jari Hakala
Sound design: Olli Pärnänen
Color grading: Pentti Keskimäki
Data management: Niko Skorpio
Production assistant: Eetu Ahtila
Producer: Ilppo Pohjola
Production supported by Kröller–Müller Museum, Otterlo, the Netherlands
© 2024 Crystal Eye, Helsinki

📸 Marjon Gemmeke

Happy birthday, Cerith Wyn Evans! Evans, who is known for his daring and monumental installations that often use neon to...
03/24/2024

Happy birthday, Cerith Wyn Evans!

Evans, who is known for his daring and monumental installations that often use neon to challenge perception and reality in his work, was commissioned to create a neon work for the foyer of Saint Laurent’s Parisian flagship, located steps from the Arc de Triomphe.

To view the work, now on long-term view, visit the Saint Laurent flagship at 123 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, Paris.

In his artistic practice, Lothar Baumgarten (1944–2018) focused on the methods of anthropology and the ordering principl...
03/23/2024

In his artistic practice, Lothar Baumgarten (1944–2018) focused on the methods of anthropology and the ordering principles that inform the thought, perception, and representation of cultural difference.

This month, the Von der Heydt Museum Wuppertal has dedicated an exhibition to Baumgarten with works from the Lothar Schirmer collection. “Land of the Spotted Eagle” is the first tribute to the artist in a German museum since his passing. Here, Baumgarten's work interacts with those from the museum’s new collection, in a presentation titled “Times and Spaces,” allowing the work to be open to new interpretations.

Lothar Baumgarten
“Kultur-Natur (Culture-Nature),” 1971
Chromogenic print

03/22/2024
Marian Goodman Gallery is pleased to announce our representation of Daniel Boyd.With his complex and divergent works spa...
03/21/2024

Marian Goodman Gallery is pleased to announce our representation of Daniel Boyd.

With his complex and divergent works spanning an array of historical references from landscape and Western-style portraiture to the traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Boyd seeks to negotiate the identity of art, history and cultural survival through his investigations of oppressed and colonial culture. His questioning of what is defined as history blends seamlessly into the confluence of his work, where he brings to the forefront the often overlooked and discarded history of his Aboriginal ancestors. “We have the oldest continuous culture on earth and it's important to celebrate that,” said Boyd.

Daniel Boyd was born in 1982 in Cairns. Now a resident of Sydney, Boyd studied art at the Australian National University’s School of Art & Design in Canberra. His heritage spans several Nations including Kudjala, Ghungalu, Wangerriburra, Wakka Wakka, Gubbi Gubbi, Kuku Yalanji, Bundjalung, Yuggera and ni-Vanuatu.

“Daniel’s artistic practice and concerns resonate with our program, which champions artists with ambitious and visionary work," Philipp Kaiser, President and Partner, Marian Goodman Gallery, told ARTnews. "The Gallery has had a history of providing a critical US platform for international artists since its founding and developed an ever-more global focus since the early ’90s. We’re thrilled that Daniel is joining us.”

📸 Portrait of Daniel Boyd. Credit: Alex Yudzon

Julie Mehretu’s exhibition, “Ensemble,” at Palazzo Grassi - Punta della Dogana, Pinault Collection, Venice, is the large...
03/20/2024

Julie Mehretu’s exhibition, “Ensemble,” at Palazzo Grassi - Punta della Dogana, Pinault Collection, Venice, is the largest exhibition of her work to date in Europe. Curated by Mehretu and Caroline Bourgeois, Chief Curator of the Pinault Collection, “Ensemble” brings together a selection of more than fifty works, between painting and printmaking, that the artist produced over the timespan of 25 years, including several of the artist’s recent paintings from 2021-2024.

Mehretu’s exhibition is conceived according to a principle of visual echoes, as a meandering, non-chronological journey through her work. Deeply rooted in abstraction, Mehretu’s practice is fed by the history of art, geography, history, social struggles, revolutionary movements, and the subjectivity of those who have made their mark on these major fields of knowledge and the arts.

With the “TRANSpaintings” series, the artist frees her paintings from the wall: the support is no longer a canvas, but a slightly transparent polyester mesh whose surface is translucent in places, affording glimpses of the shadows of other visitors and adding to the sensation of a spectral human presence. Set within sculptural supports created by Nairy Baghramian, which function as both frames and framework, the “TRANSpaintings” are thus hybrid works, created by a duet, that unite painting and sculpture.

“Ensemble,” which includes works by Nairy Baghramian, Huma Bhabha, Robin Coste Lewis, Tacita Dean, David Hammons, Paul Pfeiffer, and Jessica Rankin, continues through 6 January 2025.

To learn more about the exhibition, please visit our website: https://shorturl.at/vEHI5

📸Installation view, "Julie Mehretu. Ensemble," 2024, Palazzo Grassi, Venezia. Ph. Marco Cappelletti © Palazzo Grassi, Pinault Collection

Feliz cumpleaños, Adrián Villar Rojas! 🎂❤️ We celebrate with a preserved birthday cake, of sorts, from "El fin de la ima...
03/20/2024

Feliz cumpleaños, Adrián Villar Rojas! 🎂❤️

We celebrate with a preserved birthday cake, of sorts, from "El fin de la imaginación," his 2022 installation for The Bass Museum of Art in Miami.

The exhibition invited viewers to be explorers of the unpredictable microcosmos while probing existential questions related to the temporality of humanity and the ephemerality of nature.

📸 Portrait by Mario Caporali

"Esa esquina soy yo," a joint exhibition of works by Delcy Morelos and Ettore Spalletti, highlights distinct practices a...
03/19/2024

"Esa esquina soy yo," a joint exhibition of works by Delcy Morelos and Ettore Spalletti, highlights distinct practices and processes, traversing past and present, bringing to light dual influences and trajectories, from Andean cosmology to explorations of color, geometries and relationship with space. In this exhibition we see their dynamic activation and a sublime transcendence.

Exhibition continues at through 20 April 2024: https://shorturl.at/jnGY1

📸 Alex Yudzon

03/19/2024

"Laisser aller" means ‘go with the flow.’ In Annette Messager’s new exhibition at the Galerie Marian Goodman in Paris, the artist offers a journey through her new production, emblematic of the polysemic and abundant work she has been unfolding since the early 1970s.

For the artist, ‘playfulness is a way of telling the truth,’ and "Laisser aller" could be likened to a treasure hunt, in which the drawings, assemblages, words and sounds that make up her work are all clues to her universe.

Experience the voyage for yourself; the exhibition runs now through 11 May 2024: https://shorturl.at/fQU09

🎥 Valentin Caron

03/18/2024

“Robby Müller is often compared to Vermeer,” Bianca Stigter said. “They do not use light to convey a scene; they use a scene to convey the light.”

Our inaugural exhibition with Robby Müller showcases a selection of photographs chosen from his exceptional archive of over 2,000 Polaroids, which interpret varying degrees of luminosity.

Exhibition continues at our Paris space (66 rue du Temple) through 27 April 2024: https://shorturl.at/nBDN8

Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag,  !⁠📸 Installation view, "Sabine Moritz," Marian Goodman Gallery, New York, 23 Jun...
03/08/2024

Herzlichen Glückwunsch zum Geburtstag, !⁠

📸 Installation view, "Sabine Moritz," Marian Goodman Gallery, New York, 23 June – 19 August 2022. Photo: Alex Yudzon

Celebrating International Women’s Day with  , whose work often reminds us of their power and resilience. Join us tonight...
03/08/2024

Celebrating International Women’s Day with , whose work often reminds us of their power and resilience. Join us tonight for "Annette Messager: Laisser aller," a new exhibition opening at the Parisian gallery where she first exhibited in 2000. The artist offers a journey through her new work, emblematic of the polysemic and abundant work she has been unfolding since the early 1970s. https://shorturl.at/lAJMO

Annette Messager
“Sein-Saturne (Breast-Saturn),” 2017
Acrylic on paper

"Delcy Morelos: Interwoven" is the first museum exhibition to place Morelos’s earthen installations within the context o...
03/07/2024

"Delcy Morelos: Interwoven" is the first museum exhibition to place Morelos’s earthen installations within the context of her earlier artistic output. The exhibition features paintings, drawings, sculptures—several of which have never before been seen in the United States—and a labyrinthine art installation comprising over three tons of soil sourced from St. Louis, created specifically for the Pulitzer Arts Foundation.

🗓️ 8 March – 4 August 2024

Marian Goodman Gallery in New York is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition by   and  , opening Wednesday, 13 Marc...
03/06/2024

Marian Goodman Gallery in New York is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition by and , opening Wednesday, 13 March, and on view through 20 April 2024.

Esa esquina soy yo will present works that span three decades and offer a dialogue between these two artists. The exhibition highlights distinct practices and processes, traversing past and present, bringing to light dual influences and trajectories, from Andean cosmology to explorations of color, geometries and relationship with space. In this exhibition we see their dynamic activation and a sublime transcendence.

Please join us at the opening reception for the exhibition on Wednesday, 13 March, from 6–8 pm. https://shorturl.at/aowBY

The Palazzo Grassi – Pinault Collection presents a major exhibition of the work of Julie Mehretu, curated by Caroline Bo...
03/04/2024

The Palazzo Grassi – Pinault Collection presents a major exhibition of the work of Julie Mehretu, curated by Caroline Bourgeois in collaboration with the artist. The exhibition also features works by artists who are part of Mehretu's circle of close friends and influential interlocutors: Nairy Baghramian, Huma Bhabha, Robin Coste Lewis, Tacita Dean, Paul Pfeiffer, and Jessica Rankin.

The exhibition brings together a selection of more than sixty paintings and prints by Mehretu produced over a period of twenty-five years, including some of her most recent canvases produced between 2021 and 2023. Presented on both floors of Palazzo Grassi, the exhibition includes works from the Pinault Collection as well as loans from the artist's collection, international museums and private collections.

🗓️Opening 17 March 2024: https://shorturl.at/amFOW

Julie Mehretu
“Your Eyes are two blind Eagles, That Kill what they can't see,” 2022-2023
Ink and acrylic on canvas
96 x 120 in. (243.8 x 304.8 cm)

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About Marian Goodman Gallery

For over forty years, Marian Goodman Gallery has played an important role in introducing European artists to American audiences and helping to establish a vital dialogue among artists and institutions working internationally. Marian Goodman Gallery was founded in New York City in late 1977. In 1995 the gallery expanded to include an exhibition space in Paris and in 2014 an exhibition space in London. In late 2016 she realized her dream of opening a bookstore and project space in Paris.

In 1965, prior to the establishment of the gallery, Marian Goodman was a founder of Multiples, Inc. which published prints, multiples, and books by leading American artists, such as Richard Artschwager, John Baldessari, Dan Graham, Sol LeWitt, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, James Rosenquist and Andy Warhol. From 1968 to 1975, Multiples worked with European artists, introducing early editions by Joseph Beuys, Marcel Broodthaers, Blinky Palermo and Gerhard Richter to American audiences.

In 1974, after starting to work closely with Marcel Broodthaers, Goodman tried to find a gallery to represent him in New York. America’s knowledge of contemporary European art was scant at this time due to a lack of travel, exposure and exchange of information. She could not find a gallery for Broodthaers and decided to open a gallery of her own to show his work alongside that of other European artists.

Since then, Goodman has used her gallery to show artists who are leaders of their generation: Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Chantal Akerman, Giovanni Anselmo, John Baldessari, Nairy Baghramian, Lothar Baumgarten, Dara Birnbaum, Christian Boltanski, Marcel Broodthaers, Maurizio Cattelan, James Coleman, Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon, Tacita Dean, Rineke Dijkstra, Luciano Fabro, David Goldblatt, Dan Graham, Pierre Huyghe, Cristina Iglesias, Amar Kanwar, William Kentridge, Steve McQueen, Julie Mehretu, Marisa Merz, Annette Messager, Juan Muñoz, Maria Nordman, Gabriel Orozco, Giulio Paolini, Giuseppe Penone, Gerhard Richter, Anri Sala, Matt Saunders, Thomas Schütte, Tino Sehgal, Ettore Spalletti, Thomas Struth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Niele Toroni, Adrián Villar Rojas, Danh Vō, Jeff Wall, Lawrence Weiner, Francesca Woodman and Yang Fudong.


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