Around Noon

Darren Almond
Around Noon
2007
Corner Splat

Richard Artschwager
Corner Splat
1993
Twenty-Five Enamel Plates

Daniel Buren
Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
1993
Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ

Daniel Buren
Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
1998
Opus 43, Bläsertrio...

Hanne Darboven
Opus 43, Bläsertrio...
2007
Wall Partition I

Günther Förg
Wall Partition I
1986-93
Wall Partition II

Günther Förg
Wall Partition II
1988-96
Untitled (to Robert Ryman)

Dan Flavin
Untitled (to Robert Ryman)
1996
Modeleur ombre et lumière Chanel

Sylvie Fleury
Modeleur ombre et lumière Chanel
1996
Eternity

Sylvie Fleury
Eternity
1996
The Singing Sculpture

Gilbert & George
The Singing Sculpture
1993
Restructured Diagrammed

Liam Gillick
Restructured Diagrammed
2007
65th Floor Lobby Design

Liam Gillick
65th Floor Lobby Design
1999/2015
Untitled

Thomas Grünfeld
Untitled
1992
Static Wallpaper

Peter Halley
Static Wallpaper
1998
Puzzled

Mona Hatoum
Puzzled
2009
Pharmaceutic Wall Painting, Five Blacks

Damien Hirst
Pharmaceutic Wall Painting, Five Blacks
1993
Untitled (Wall Work)

Donald Judd
Untitled (Wall Work)
1992
Mennige (Pentagon)

Imi Knoebel
Mennige (Pentagon)
1992
Mennige (Polygon)

Imi Knoebel
Mennige (Polygon)
1998
Rosa Winkel

Terence Koh
Rosa Winkel
2009
Sigla, Finnegans Wake

Joseph Kosuth
Sigla, Finnegans Wake
1998
Copied Authentic

Joseph Kosuth
Copied Authentic
1993
Untitled (Wall Work)

Jannis Kounellis
Untitled (Wall Work)
1993
Pharmacie

Sherrie Levine
Pharmacie
1996
Wall Drawing

Sol LeWitt
Wall Drawing
1992
Wall Drawing #891

Sol LeWitt
Wall Drawing #891
1998
Linger On

Vera Lutter
Linger On
2008
Untitled (Wall Work 1)

Gerhard Merz
Untitled (Wall Work 1)
1993
Untitled (Wall Work 2)

Gerhard Merz
Untitled (Wall Work 2)
1994
1972

Sarah Morris
1972
2007
Masdevallia

Paul Morrison
Masdevallia
2007
Untitled (Wall Work)

Matt Mullican
Untitled (Wall Work)
1998
The Way of All Flesh...

Tony Oursler
The Way of All Flesh...
1998
I Never Read Wittgenstein...

Nam June Paik
I Never Read Wittgenstein...
1997
Computerized One Hundred Flowers

Nam June Paik
Computerized One Hundred Flowers
1998
TV Tulips...

Nam June Paik
TV Tulips...
1998
Vis-a-vis (Hera)

Giulio Paolini
Vis-a-vis (Hera)
1992
Affresco - 5

Michelangelo Pistoletto
Affresco - 5
1998
Car on Bricks

Robin Rhode
Car on Bricks
2008
Verdecktes Zentrum (Concealed Center)

Reiner Ruthenbeck
Verdecktes Zentrum (Concealed Center)
1992
Lost Relative

Julian Schnabel
Lost Relative
1998
Untitled (Wall Work)

Cindy Sherman
Untitled (Wall Work)
1993
Wall With Blattodea Pheromone

Santiago Sierra
Wall With Blattodea Pheromone
2007
Big brown bag

Haim Steinbach
Big brown bag
1992
Untitled

Rudolph Stingel
Untitled
1997
Prisoner of Yourself

Rosemarie Trockel
Prisoner of Yourself
1998
Pastoral

Kara Walker
Pastoral
1998
Cow

Andy Warhol
Cow
1971/1999
Aphorism-Archimedes

Lawrence Weiner
Aphorism-Archimedes
2007
 
 
Around Noon
Darren Almond

Around Noon
2007

Wall painting according to sunlight. Painting shape,
color and size variable. Limited to 12 installations,
with a signed and numbered certificate giving
specific instructions for on-site installation.






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Around Noon
 
 
Corner Splat
Richard Artschwager

Corner Splat
1993

Painting in acrylic on mylar, mounted on a wall.
Different configurations and sizes, each unique;
installation size according to the wall.
Limited to 20 paintings, with a signed and
numbered certificate.
[not available]


The Corner Splat paintings ironically imitate Formica, an artificial, stale product of the industrial sector whose name has become part of American mass-culture vernacular. Suggesting material as well as perspective in a "fake" way, the Corner Splats stand in the tradition of trompe-loeil paintings. Hybrids of painting, sculpture and furniture, they confuse our concept of the objects surrounding us and carve out real and imaginary spaces which are exceptions to the hegemonic rationality of everyday life in the West.




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Corner Splat
 
 
Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
Daniel Buren

Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
1993

25 pieces of steel enameled in two colors, to be
mounted on a wall. Plates 43.5 x 43.5 cm ea.;
installation size according to the wall.
Limited to 15 installations, each unique in color,
with a signed and numbered certificate.

Twenty-Five Enamel Plates





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Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
 
Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
 
Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
 
 
Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
Daniel Buren

Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
1998

Wall painted in a color with hand-drawn grid and 25
aluminum plates, screenprinted graphite gray and
white to be mounted on a wall. Plates: 43.5 x 43.5 cm
ea.; installation size according to the wall. Limited to
15 installations, each unique in wall color, with a signed and numbered certificate.

Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ





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Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
 
Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
 
 
Opus 43, Bläsertrio...
Hanne Darboven

Opus 43, Bläsertrio...
2007

[Opus 43, Bläsertrio "Kinder dieser Welt"]
68 sheets of music, framed, 59.5 x 42 cm (23½ x 16½") each, and trumpet, horn, and trombone on white pedestal. Installation dimensions according to the wall. Limited to 15 installations, signed and numbered on last print, plus a certificate giving specific instructions.






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Opus 43, Bläsertrio...
 
Opus 43, Bläsertrio...
 
 
Wall Partition I
Günther Förg

Wall Partition I
1986-93

Wall painting in white latex and yellow tempera;
installation size according to the wall. Limited to
12 installations, with a signed and numbered
certificate (gouache, 57 x 76 cm).






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Wall Partition I
 
Wall Partition I
 
 
Wall Partition II
Günther Förg

Wall Partition II
1988-96

Wall painting in two colors, with framed photograph
166 x 116 cm (65½ x 41¾ "); installation size according
to the wall. Limited to 12 installations, with a signed
and numbered certificate (gouache, 56 x 76 cm).






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Wall Partition II
 
 
Untitled (to Robert Ryman)
Dan Flavin

Untitled (to Robert Ryman)
1996

Warm white and daylight fluorescent light, two units 122 x 14 x 7,5 cm (48 x 5½ x 3") ea; installation size according to the wall. Limited to an edition of 2, with a signed and numbered certificate (5 planned, only 2 made).
[not available]

Untitled (to Robert Ryman)

The two fluorescent columns of the work "Untitled (for Robert Ryman)" shown divide the wall into three light zones: warm - cool - warm.




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Untitled (to Robert Ryman)
 
 
Modeleur ombre et lumière Chanel
Sylvie Fleury

Modeleur ombre et lumière Chanel
1996

Wall painting in four colors of latex paint, size
according to the wall. Limited to 12 installations,
with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Eternity
Sylvie Fleury

Eternity
1996

Wall painting in two colors of latex paint, installation
size according to the wall. Limited to 12 installations,
with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Eternity
 
 
The Singing Sculpture
Gilbert & George

The Singing Sculpture
1993

The Singing Sculpture 1969-91, 1993
Offset wall poster, in four parts, pasted directly onto a wall.
Overall size 220 x 270 cm (86½ x 106¼ "). Limited to an
edition of 20, with an additional signed and numbered
poster as certificate.






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The Singing Sculpture
 
 
Restructured Diagrammed
Liam Gillick

Restructured Diagrammed
2007

Wall covered with pattern in acrylic paint, executed by using a 40 x 40 cm (16 x 16") stencil in one of four colors. Overall dimensions according to the wall. Limited to 12 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate giving specific instructions for on-site installation.

Restructured Diagrammed





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Restructured Diagrammed
 
 
65th Floor Lobby Design
Liam Gillick

65th Floor Lobby Design
1999/2015

Wall painting in acrylic paint with floor to ceiling stripes in up to four colors according to the length of the wall. Limited to 15 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate giving specific instructions for on-site installation.

65th Floor Lobby Design





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Untitled
Thomas Grünfeld

Untitled
1992

Object (wood, foam, leather) and wall painting in four colours. Object 97.5 x 210 x 35 cm ( 38½ x 82¾ x 13¾ in.), installation size according to the wall. Limited to 10 installations, unique in colour combination, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Static Wallpaper
Peter Halley

Static Wallpaper
1998

Silkscreen prints in 16 different colors, pasted directly onto a wall, with optional installation of any work by Halley hung on top of the wallpaper. Wallpaper 76 x 94 cm (30 x 37") per sheet; Iris prints 89 x 119,5 cm (35 x 47"); installation size according to the wall. Limited to 15 installations, all different in configuration, with a signed and numbered certificate.


For Static Wallpaper (here with Smoking Cell), as for his 1997/98 Museum of Modern Art installation, Halley not only displays his works on the walls, but covers the wall(s) with wallpaper of computer-generated design. There is not a single, fixed form; these works can be realized in a number of different sizes and configurations, all of them equally valid.




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Static Wallpaper
 
 
Puzzled
Mona Hatoum

Puzzled
2009

Six puzzle elements (MDF hardboard sandwiched
between aluminum plates; mirror-polished front),
85 x 60 x 2.5 cm (33 x 24 x 1 in) each, on a white, gray,
or black wall, mounted as a unit or displayed randomly.
Limited to 15 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Puzzled
 
 
Pharmaceutic Wall Painting, Five Blacks
Damien Hirst

Pharmaceutic Wall Painting, Five Blacks
1993

Wall painting in enamel paint; size variable.
Limited to 10 installations, each unique in color
combination, with a signed and numbered certificate.
[not available]






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Pharmaceutic Wall Painting, Five Blacks
 
 
Untitled (Wall Work)
Donald Judd

Untitled (Wall Work)
1992

Two recesses on a wall, with red, blue
or green plexiglas or galvanized iron.
Recesses 50 x 75 x 25 cm (29½ x 19¾ x 10") ea.;
installation size according to the wall.
Limited to 12 installations, with certificate,
signed by the estate, numbered.
[not available]

Untitled (Wall Work)





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Untitled (Wall Work)
 
 
Mennige (Pentagon)
Imi Knoebel

Mennige (Pentagon)
1992

Wall painting in red lead paint,
164,5 x 197,7 cm (61 x 78").
Limited to 12 installations, with
a signed and numbered certificate
(gouache, 102 x 73 cm).






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Mennige (Pentagon)
 
 
Mennige (Polygon)
Imi Knoebel

Mennige (Polygon)
1998

Wall painting (in red lead or ferric oxide paint),
size variable. Limited to 12 installations, with
a signed and numbered certificate
(gouache, 100 x 70 cm).






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Rosa Winkel
Terence Koh

Rosa Winkel
2009

Wall Work. Wall painting in matte latex paint,
171 x 171 cm (67¼ x 67¼ "), limited to 15
installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Sigla, Finnegans Wake
Joseph Kosuth

Sigla, Finnegans Wake
1998

Warm white neon on a black painted wall;
configuration of the neon signs variable.
Signs approximately 12 x 12 x 4 cm (5 x 5 x 1½ ");
installation size according to the wall.
Limited to 12 installations, with a signed and
numbered certificate.


The wall work Sigla, Finnegans Wake is one of several Joyce-based Kosuth works - others include an immense installation at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin and permanent installations in Tokyo and Lyon. For Sigla, Kosuth has made white neon "text" after the sigla (signs) Joyce used in his seminal 1923 work Finnegans Wake to designate characters and their identities. These luminous signals are to be configured freely on a black wall, suggesting a starry night sky.




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Copied Authentic
Joseph Kosuth

Copied Authentic
1993

Text in black, white or gray paint, 44 x 275 cm
(17¼ x 108¼ in.), on a white, gray or black painted wall,
to be executed using a stencil. Limited to 12 installations,
with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Copied Authentic
 
 
Untitled (Wall Work)
Jannis Kounellis

Untitled (Wall Work)
1993

Two steel I-beams and two pairs of shoes mounted
on a wall. I-beam 12 x 6 (5 x 2½ ") cross section, length according to the wall. Limited to 10 installations, with
a signed and numbered certificate.






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Untitled (Wall Work)
 
 
Pharmacie
Sherrie Levine

Pharmacie
1996

Two industrial lamps (cast aluminum with red
and green glass) on a mauve-painted wall.
Lamps 22 x 11 x 13 cm (9 x 4½ x 5 in),
installation size according to the wall.
Limited to 12 installations, with a signed
and numbered certificate.


The wall work shown here is inspired by Pharmacie, an early assisted readymade by Marcel Duchamp. Riding an evening train from Paris to Rouen, he saw in the distance a pair of lit windows. Soon afterward he bought three copies of a banal landscape at an art supply store and painted a red and green dot on each, suggesting the jars of colored liquids in the windows of French pharmacies. Levine used this minimal artistic gesture as a point of departure for the austere and poetic wall installation of the same title.




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Pharmacie
 
 
Wall Drawing
Sol LeWitt

Wall Drawing
1992

"wall drawing" to be written on a wall in the hand
of the owner, medium and size to be chosen by
the owner. Limited to 10 installations.
Certificate: an 8 x 10" black and white photograph
of the installation, which was to be sent by the owner to
the artist to have it signed, numbered and returned.
[not available]


As one of the first truly contemporary artists, LeWitt did wall drawings beginning in 1968. Initially they were executed in pencil in his own hand, but soon they were replaced by written instructions and sketches meant to enable any competent draftsperson to execute a wall drawing. This concept confirmed LeWitt´s notion of the artist as a thinker and originator of ideas rather than as a craftsperson. Due to the temporary nature of most LeWitt wall drawings the instructions given by the artist function somewhat as do musical scores, and the artist welcomes subsequent performances in other locations.




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Wall Drawing
 
Wall Drawing
 
 
Wall Drawing #891
Sol LeWitt

Wall Drawing #891
1998

A flat red 91 cm (36 in) circle within a glossy red
square 150 x 150 cm (60 x 60 in), painted directly
on the wall.
Limited to one installation (unique).
Certificate: text on paper, signed, and
a diagram of the work in pencil or ink, 8 x 10 in.
[not available]






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Linger On
Vera Lutter

Linger On
2008

Three panels of plexiglass with digital printing to be
mounted in a space free-hanging. Size according to
the space and the artist´s instructions. Co-published
with Carolina Nitsch, New York.
Limited to 8 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Untitled (Wall Work 1)
Gerhard Merz

Untitled (Wall Work 1)
1993

Wall painting in cobalt green or ivory black pigment,
polished stainless-steel bar. Wall painting
150 cm (59") high, width according to the wall;
stainless steel 250 x 10 x 10 cm (98½ x 4 x 4").
Limited to 6 installations, with a signed and
numbered certificate.






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Untitled (Wall Work 2)
Gerhard Merz

Untitled (Wall Work 2)
1994

Fluorescent light fixtures, daylight white,
46 or 60 cm (18 or 24"), installed as a
frieze along the full length of the wall.
Limited to 6 installations, with a signed
and numbered certificate.






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1972
Sarah Morris

1972
2007

Wall painting in Household Gloss Paint.
Limited to 20 installations, with a signed
and numbered certificate.






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1972
 
 
Masdevallia
Paul Morrison

Masdevallia
2007

Wall painting in black acrylic paint; size variable
according to the height of the wall. Limited to
15 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Untitled (Wall Work)
Matt Mullican

Untitled (Wall Work)
1998

Five signs painted on a wall. Dimensions and
configuration variable. Limited to 15 installations,
with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Untitled (Wall Work)
 
Untitled (Wall Work)
 
 
The Way of All Flesh...
Tony Oursler

The Way of All Flesh...
1998

[The Way of All Flesh (Air)] and [The Way of
All Flesh (Sugar)]
Two different video projections (DVD) on the wall.
Installation size variable. Limited to an edition of 9,
with a signed and numbered certificate.


In the two Way of All Flesh projections, Oursler enlarges to epic proportions the microcosmic worlds of a bee gathering pollen and earthworms churning soil. The dramatic shift in scale forces the viewer to take notice of two of the frenetic activities which comprise the essential, unceasing industry of nature.




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The Way of All Flesh...
 
 
I Never Read Wittgenstein...
Nam June Paik

I Never Read Wittgenstein...
1997

[I Never Read Wittgenstein (I Will Never Understand Wittgenstein)]  
Wall painting in seven colors with an antique German TV playing the video "Color Bar Theme and Variations".
TV set varies in model within the edition, installation size according to the wall. Limited to 15 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.


In the wall work I Never Read Wittgenstein (I Never Understood Wittgenstein), color bars quote the test pattern of US television. An antique television set alludes to the history of television, showing a videotape created by Paik specially for this project.




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Computerized One Hundred Flowers
Nam June Paik

Computerized One Hundred Flowers
1998

Computer generated wallpaper (100 different images)
on rolls pasted to the wall, images 32 x 42 cm (12½ x
16½ ") ea., installation size according to the wall. Limited to 20 installations, each with prints in a different color range, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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TV Tulips...
Nam June Paik

TV Tulips...
1998

[TV Tulips (Computerized One Hundred Flowers)]
Ink jet prints, 100 different images, 32 x 42 cm
(12½ x 16½ ") ea., on paper rolls, affixed to the wall,
and antique television console. TVs vary in model and dimensions, installation size according to the wall. Limited to 15 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Vis-a-vis (Hera)
Giulio Paolini

Vis-a-vis (Hera)
1992

Two halves of a plaster bust on painted wooden
pedestals, installed against a wall painted white.
Installation size 169 x 90 x 15 cm (66½ x 35½ x 6").
Limited to an edition of 10, with a signed and
numbered certificate drawing.
[not available]






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Affresco - 5
Michelangelo Pistoletto

Affresco - 5
1998

Five mirror fragments mounted on a wall painted
in yellow, green, orange, blue, red or gray.
Mirror fragments irregularly shaped and sized;
mirror is 150 x 150 cm (59 x 59") before fragmen-
tation; installation size according to the wall.
Limited to 12 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.

Affresco - 5

About his wall work Affresco-5 shown here Pistoletto says: »A single mirror divided into several parts replicates itself and expands in space in a process similar to cell division. This wall work makes a parallel between the virtuality of the mirror and the reality of biology.«




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Affresco - 5
 
 
Car on Bricks
Robin Rhode

Car on Bricks
2008

Wall drawing in black paint or charcoal, and bricks.
Size variable but close to the original size of the car
depicted. Different models of cars out of which one or
several car drawings can be installed. Limited to 15
installations, with a signed and numbered certificate
giving specific instructions for on-site installation.






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Car on Bricks
 
 
Verdecktes Zentrum (Concealed Center)
Reiner Ruthenbeck

Verdecktes Zentrum (Concealed Center)
1992

Crossed aluminum bars, painted black, on a wall, fixed in plaster at the center. 185 x 300 x 4 cm (73 x 118 x 1½ in.). Limited to 10 (+ 2 AP) installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Lost Relative
Julian Schnabel

Lost Relative
1998

Multimedia wall painting. Photosilkscreen on acetate,
framed photograph, silkscreen, and pencil line on the
wall. Acetates 70 x 98 cm (27½ x 38¼ ") ea., photo
41 x 30,5 cm (16 x 12"), silkscreen mark 104 x 46 cm
(41 x 18"); overall installation size variable. Limited to 12 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.
[not available]






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Untitled (Wall Work)
Cindy Sherman

Untitled (Wall Work)
1993

Color transparency in light box, built into a wall.
Light box 155 x 100 x 8,5 cm (61 x 39½ x 3¼ ").
Limited to an edition of 10, with a signed and
numbered label.


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Wall With Blattodea Pheromone
Santiago Sierra

Wall With Blattodea Pheromone
2007

Test strips of cockroach pheromones displayed equidistantly on a wall. Stripes 10 x 6.5 cm (4 x 2½ "), overall dimensions according to the wall. Limited to 12 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate giving specific on-site instructions.






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Big brown bag
Haim Steinbach

Big brown bag
1992

Slogan stenciled on a wall in black paint,
with "bullet" trash can. Overall size of
installation 262 x 221 x 56 cm (103 x 87 x 22").
Limited to 15 installations, with a signed and
numbered certificate.


In the work big brown bag, Steinbach for the first time incorporates both text and object. Taking the ubiquitous Bloomingdale´s shopping bag slogan, he sets the bullet trash can against the slogan´s repetitive typographic curves. The essentially functional containers (bag and can) are transformed into a play of metonymic resonance.




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Big brown bag
 
 
Untitled
Rudolph Stingel

Untitled
1997

A square of carpet, in red, yellow, blue
or hot pink. Size according to the wall.
Limited to 15 installations, with a signed
and numbered certificate.
[not available]






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Prisoner of Yourself
Rosemarie Trockel

Prisoner of Yourself
1998

Silkscreen in blue, brown or black printed
on one or more walls as a dado.
Height 127 cm (50"), length according to the wall.
Limited to 12 installations, with a signed and
numbered certificate.


For our project Wall Works, Trockel virtually placed her wall work Prisoner of Yourself in two very different spaces. The first, the salon of Villa Wittgenstein in Vienna, designed in 1928 by Ludwig Wittgenstein, is an austere work of architecture, perfect and refined. The second is the room of an Indian cottage near Ahmedabad, built in 1918 by Mahatma Gandhi, where he lived with his wife until 1930. The spinning wheel symbolizes Gandhi´s struggle for Indian self-determination and the domestic production of textiles independent from the British.




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Prisoner of Yourself
 
 
Pastoral
Kara Walker

Pastoral
1998

Wall painting in black; size 183 cm (6") tall.
Limited to 15 installations, with a signed
and numbered certificate.


Walker says: »This piece (Pastoral) is a departure from the bulk of my work which is situated in a fictionalized version of the Antebellum South, which is the hub where profane racial mythologies shake hands with the mundane reality of day to day existence in a racially divided culture. This is a quiet little contemplative piece in which a Negress of Renown dons sheep´s clothing, or is dry humped by its filthy little self.«




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Pastoral
 
 
Cow
Andy Warhol

Cow
1971/1999

Wall covered with wallpaper, originally with vintage silkscreen wallpaper (image as Feldman/Schellmann #12), as of 2008 with reprint wallpaper (F/S #12a). For temporary installation in museums or public exhibition spaces only, to be approved by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York.  
[not available]


The first Cow wallpaper was installed at the Leo Castelli Gallery, New York in 1966. Three other color variations were produced, two in 1971 and one in 1976. All of them were published in unlimited editions, of which Warhol signed 100-150 prints in each variation. The Cow image was used as wallpaper in several museum shows.




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Cow
 
 
Aphorism-Archimedes
Lawrence Weiner

Aphorism-Archimedes
2007

Wall work in two colors of adhesive vinyl, dimensions variable. Limited to 15 installations, with a signed and numbered certificate.






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Aphorism-Archimedes