Frank Stella - Gray Scramble, 1968–1969, oil on canvas, 69” × 69” © 2013 Frank Stella/ARS
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Frank Stella - Gray Scramble, 1968–1969, oil on canvas, 69” × 69” © 2013 Frank Stella/ARS

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Carl Andre - Belgica Blue Field, 1989 | More

Carl Andre - Belgica Blue Field, 1989 | More

Nick Knight - Flora | More

Pen drawings by Joan Saló

Shannon Finley - Untitled, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 210 cm x 180 cm | More

Shannon Finley - Untitled, 2012, acrylic on canvas, 210 cm x 180 cm | More

Hussein Chalayan - LED Dress | More

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David Batchelor - Magic Hour, 2004-2005, lightboxes, fluorescent lamps, acrylic sheet, steel support, cable, 308 x 262 x 18 cm

David Batchelor - Magic Hour, 2004-2005, lightboxes, fluorescent lamps, acrylic sheet, steel support, cable, 308 x 262 x 18 cm

Installations by Esther Stocker

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Anish Kapoor - Leviathan, 2011 | More posts

Phillipe Decrauzat - Untitled, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 119 cm | More posts

Phillipe Decrauzat - Untitled, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 119 cm | More posts

Gego (Gertrud Goldschmidt) - Reticulárea, 1969-1980s, aluminum and stainless steel wire

Jane Masters - Scratchboards

Using the scratchboard technique, where drawings are created using sharp knives for etching into a thin layer of white clay that is coated with black ink, Jane Masters creates ribboned geometric shapes. [trendhunter]

Nam June Paik - Piano Piece, 1993
Piano Piece was created by Nam June Paik as a tribute to his close friend and mentor, avant-garde composer John Cage, who died in 1992. Paik met Cage in 1958 in Germany, a meeting that was crucial to Paik’s future role as the “father of video art.” [via]

Nam June Paik - Piano Piece, 1993

Piano Piece was created by Nam June Paik as a tribute to his close friend and mentor, avant-garde composer John Cage, who died in 1992. Paik met Cage in 1958 in Germany, a meeting that was crucial to Paik’s future role as the “father of video art.” [via]

Martin Creed - Half the Air in a Given Space

AMJAD aggag - Human Made Rainbow

"That’s what happens when you break a water pipe you get a small rainbow."