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Rachel Whiteread

Untitled (Yellow Torso) . 1991

Untitled (Yellow Torso) . 1991

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One of Britain’s leading contemporary artists, Whiteread uses industrial materials such as plaster, concrete, resin, rubber and metal to cast everyday objects and architectural space. Her evocative sculptures range from the intimate to the monumental. Continue reading Rachel Whiteread

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Agnes Denes

The Living Pyramid . 2015/2017

© Mathias Voelzke

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The pyramids are part of Denes’s larger visual philosophy, one that collectively uncovers invisible systems and reveals ambiguities and analogies between different forms in nature. It also offers a means to better understand ourselves, as for Denes, nature is often a stand-in for humanity. Continue reading Agnes Denes

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Jose Dávila

Every Blind Wondering Ends in a Circle . 2017

Jose Dávila . Every Blind Wondering Ends in a Circle . 2017 (1)

+ Blueproject Foundation

The artistic practice of Jose Dávila is placed in the boundaries between the homage, the imitation and the critic. Dávila uses diverse strategies to disarticulate the relation between form and content, to address questions about the use and occupation of space, as well as to manifest the virtues and deficiencies of the referents cited. Continue reading Jose Dávila