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Sam Durant

Porcelain Chairs, 2006.

Sam Durant is a multimedia artist whose works engage a variety of social, political, and cultural issues. Often referencing American history, his work explores the varying relationships between culture and politics, engaging subjects as diverse as the civil rights movement, southern rock music, and modernism.

Jan Maarten Voskuil

There Is No Point In Light Blue, 2009.

Jan Maarten Voskuil is a Dutch artist, he uses 3D canvases for his paintings.

Mika Tajima

Disassociate, 2007

Connecting Modernist geometric abstraction to the shape of our built environment, Mika Tajima explores activities and performative roles defined by divisive spaces.

Louie Schumacher

Blue Demon
Plexiglas, gradient mirrored window tint, Blue Demon flavour Full Throttle Energy Drink, water, 2010.

Ben Schumacher

Untitled 1-3
Twitter entries laser etched into granite, 2009.

Ben Schumacher (Born in 1985) creates art in many traditional and non tradition forms.

Denis Darzacq

La Chute, 2006
Inspired by a report for the press, La Chute makes the link between photojournalism and contemporary art. It stages - without special effect -
in perfectly mastered compositions, dancers seized in an instant with a jump. The series constitutes a political metaphor of the situation of current youth.

Valentina De’ Mathà

♯005.inst Béance
Acids on emulsified paper, installations variable
Recent works by Valentina De’ Mathà.

Bethan Huws

“What’s the point of giving you any more artworks when you don’t understand the ones you’ve got?” by Bethan Huws.

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Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset

Social Mobility (Staircase) (2005)
Michael Elmgreen (Denmark) & Ingar Dragset (Norway).
Live and work in Berlin, Germany.