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• Adel Abdessemed (b. 1971 in Constatine, Algeria. Lives and works in Paris, France). Telle mère tel fils. 2008. Installation view of the 2009 solo exhibition Adel Abdessemed: RIO at David Zwirner, New York. Airplanes, felt, aluminum, metal. 27×4×5 meters.
• AJ Fosik (b. 1977 in Detroit, Michigan. Currently based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US). In the Teeth of Stupefying Odds. 2010. Wood, paint, nails. 121.9×121.9×38.1 cm. David B. Smith Gallery in Denver, Colorado, US.• • Embracing Stochasticty. Wood, paint and nails. 91.4×71.1×63.5 cm. Jonathan LeVine Gallery’s group Exhibition Beach Blanket Bingo — A Summer Mixer; August 5, 2009 through August 22, 2009.• • • As Good as Any God. 2009. 22×14×32 in. Wood, paint, nails.• Albert Paley (b. 1944 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania). Apollo. 1996. Weathering steel and stainless steel. 190×209×36 in. DeCordova Sculpture Park, Lincoln, Massachusetts, US.
• Alejandro Colunga (b. 1948 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico). Los Chirotes. 1984. Madera policromada y Bronce. 81×70×30 cm. Maravillas y pesadillas 1968–2008 / Exposición de Alejandro Colunga Museo de las Artes UDG, Guadalajara. Jalisco. • • La Rotonda del Mar (Foreshortening I). 1996. Bronce. Parte de la obra de Alejandro Colunga, en el malecón del Puerto de Vallarta (Bronze. Part of monumental group of 8 sculptures, permanently installed along circumference at the embankment of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. Mexico).• • • La Rotonda del Mar (Foreshortening II). • • • • Chair in Bronze.• • • • • Niño del volantin. Madera estofada y policromada. 94×114×35 cm. Maravillas y pesadillas 1968–2008 / Exposición de Alejandro Colunga Museo de las Artes UDG, Guadalajara. Jalisco. • • • • • • Stairway to Heaven. 2006. Bronze. 112×82×34 inches. Outdoor Sculpture Garden at the Nassau County Museum of Art (NCMA), Extended Loan, Private Collection.
• • • • • • • One of bronze benches (Sculptural group La Noche de Los Magos) in the Hospico Plaza fronting the Cabañas Cultural Institute, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. 2001.
• Alexander Ney (Nezhdanov; b. 1939 in Leningrad, Russia; was immigrated to the United States in 1974). Metaphysical Head. 1978. Terra cotta.
• Alexey Yarygin (b. 1969 in in Leningrad, Russia). Campanula. 1999. 55×50 cm. Oil on pasteboard. Author’s ownership.• Allen Jones (b. 1937 in Southampton, UK; R.A. in 1986 for the category of Print making). Absinthe drinker. 2009. Oil on relief panel. 44×44 cm. First time exhibited at the Allen Jones: Playbill Sep 8 – Oct 8, 2010 in Marlborough Fine Art, 6 Albemarle Street, W1S 4BY London, UK.• • Chair. 1969. Acrylic on glass fibre and resin with perspex and leather. 775×571×991 mm. Tate Gallery.• • • Eastern Promise. 2009. Oil on relief panel. 51×47 cm. First time exhibited at the Allen Jones: Playbill Sep 8 – Oct 8, 2010 in Marlborough Fine Art, 6 Albemarle Street, W1S 4BY London, UK.
• Andrey Kim (b. 1959 in Tashkent, lives and works in Moscow). Evening Autumn. Tempera on paper. 57×79 cm. 2006. Author’s ownership.
• • On The Exhibition. Tempera on paper. 58×82 cm. 2006. Author’s ownership.
• • The Wind. Tempera on paper. 56×81 cm. 2006.
• Anne Hardy (b. 1970 in United Kingdom. Lives and works in London). Untitled VI. 2005. Diasec mounted c-type print. 120×150 cm.• Anthony Caro (b. 1924 in New Malden, Surrey, UK). Babylon. 1997–2001. Jarrah wood railway sleepers, spiked and bolted together. 380×1,005×423 cm.• Anthony Cragg (b. 1949 in Liverpool, England. Currently lives in West Germany). Eight various sculptures.• Antony Mark David Gormley (b. 1950 in London). Quantum Cloud XXXIII. 2000. Stainless steel bar 5×5 mm. Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado, US.• Antonio Benetton Italian, 1910–1996. Standing Man, 1958. Steel. 65.4×42.8×20.7 cm. Base: 5.1×27.3×20.8 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US.• Anya Gallaccio (b. 1963 in Paisley, Scotland). That open space within. 2008. A section of a horse chestnut tree, removed from a London park after it died. Installation in Camden Art Centre (contemporary art gallery in North London).• Arif Ozakca (correct Özakça; b. 1979 in London. Lives and works in London). Untitled. 2008. Oil paint, tempera, gold leaf and screen print on linen. 173×244 cm.• • Untitled. 2008. Oil paint, egg tempera, gold leaf and screen print on linen. 176×244 cm.• Arman christened Armand, Pierre Fernandez (b. 1928 in Nice, France; d. 2005 in New York). La libellule. 1997. Technique: Transculpture. Dimensions in inches: 90,6×66,9×66,9. Female statue and parts of propellers, bronze. Laumier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, Missouri, US. Location: Museum Circle.• • Accord Final. 1981. Bronze. 170×245×165 cm. Located by Duerkson Fine Arts Center on the campus of Wichita State University. Part of the Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection on the campus of Wichita State University.• • • L’heure de Tous. 1959. Gare de St. Lazare, Paris.• • • • Constrictor. 1999. Transculpture: buste et instrument de musique. 84×110×7 cm.• • • • • Eros, Inside Eros. 1986. Bronze. 85.4×45.8×51.1 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US.
• • • • • • Spirit of Yamaha. 1997. Edition size: unique. Technique: sandwich combo. Dimensions in inches: 81,9×80,7×62,2. Medium: sliced piano and two motorcycles.
• Arnaldo Pomodoro (b. 1926 in Morciano, Romagna, Italy). Sphere Within Sphere (Sfera con Sfera). Bronze with gold patina. Trinity College, Dublin.• Auke de Vries (b. 1937 in Dutch). Gelandet (Landed). 2001–2002. Bemalter Stahl. Detail of Debis Tower structure at the Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, Germany.
• Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975). Family of Man. 1970. Each of the 9 pieces is about 10 feet (3 metres) high and made of several abstract pieces cast in bronze.• Barbara Kobylinska (Virginia Beach, Virginia, US). Mutant Cucumber. 2009. Iindustrial extrusion clay. Part of Sculpture Exhibition Flora: Growing Inspiration outside the United States Botanic Garden. The Capital Mall, Washington, DC.• Barnett Newman (American, 1905–1970). Broken Obelisk. Designed in 1963–64. Collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City (MoMA atrium). • Ernst Barlach (b. 1870 in Wedel, nr Hamburg; d. 1938 Rostock). Russische Bettlerin II (Russian Beggarwoman II). Conceived in 1907 and cast in 1946–1957. Bronze. 22.5×42.8×18.1 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US. • Bill Barrett (b. 1934 in Los Angeles). Cosmo. 2006. Fabricated bronze. Ames, Iowa, Iowa State University. Elizabeth and Byron Anderson Sculpture Garden.• Bill Woodrow (born in 1948 near Henley, Oxfordshire, UK. Lives and works in London). Bunker/Mule. 1995. Concrete bunker, steel. Exhibited Blavand, Jutland, Denmark.• • Sitting on History I. 1995. Bronze. 100×107×300 cm. Edition of 10 plus 3 aps. • • • Endeavour (cannon dredged from the first wreck of the Ship of Fools). 1994. Bronze. 208×445×174 cm. Exhibited at The Hat Hill Sculpture Foundation, Goodwood, Chichester, West Sussex, England. • • • • Listening to History. 1995; cast 2001. Bronze. 75×68×79 cm. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, Michigan, US.• • • • • Ship of Fools: Discovery of Time. 1986. Metal cabinets, existing kitchen, wood, paint. Permanent installation in Mattress Factory Art Museum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US.• Bita Fayyazi Azad (b. 1962 in Tehran, Iran. She currently lives, works and teaches at a private studio in Tehran) with the collaboration of Rokni Haerizadeh (b. 1978 in Tehran, Iran; lives there). Bickering. 2009. Fiberglass, acrylic and watercolor. H82×L45×W40 cm.• • Haadji and his Two Wives. 2009. Fiberglas, acrylic, and watercolor. Max. H84×L30×W22 cm each.• Boaz Vaadia (b. 1951 in Gat Rimon, Israel. Currently lives and works in New York City, New York). The Family: David, Haggit and Adoniyya. 1992. Bluestone. 83×66×48 in.• • Ah’av and Ovadyahu. Slate, Bluestone, Boulder. 2006. Brooklyn, NY, US. • • • Tai. Bluestone. 53×33×42 inches. 2003. Eckert Gallery, Kent, Connecticut, US. Brian Griffiths (b. 1968 in in Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK). Beneath the Stride of Giants. 2004. Wood. Length 12m (36ft) Width 2.5m (8ft) Hull Height 2.5m (8ft). Floor to mast height 6m (20ft) Stern Height 3.8m (12ft).• • The Body and Ground (Or Your Lovely Smile), 2010. Canvas, scenic paint, ropes, webbing (various), fibre glass poles, plastic poles, vintage travel souvenir patches, net fabric, tauperlin, duck tape, thread, string, fixings. Installation dimensions variable.• Cai Guo-Qiang (b. 1957 in Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, China. Lives and works in in New York since 1995). Inopportune: Stage Two. 2004. Tigers: paper mache, plaster, fiber glass, resin, painted hide. Arrows: brass, bamboo, feathers. Stage prop: styrofoam, wood, canvas, acrylic paint.• • Head On (Foreshortening I). From the Deutsche Bank Collection presented by Deutsche Bank and National Museum of Singapore in 2010. The installation consists of a pack of 99 life-sized wolves barreling in a continuous stream towards — and into — a constructed glass wall.• • • Head On (Foreshortening II).• • • • The Rent Collection Courtyard (Piece I). The wooden fixture, wire matrix, clay, glass eyes, cord. Piece of exposition of an Personal Exhibition Hanging Out in the Museum in Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan (21.11.2009–21.02.2010).The nearly life-size clay figures remain cracked and unpainted. • • • • • The Rent Collection Courtyard (Piece II).• • • • • • The Rent Collection Courtyard (Piece III).• • • • • • • Move Along, Nothing to See Here. 2006. Painted resin with sharp objects confiscated at airport security checkpoints. 228.6×116.8×426.7 cm. Part of the Cai Guo-Qiang exposition in The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Lower Manhattan, NY, US. • • • • • • • • Reflection — A gift from Iwaki. 2004. Excavated wooden boat and porcelain. Caspar H. Schübbe Collection. An enormous excavated wooden boat, found in Iwaki, Japan, the hull is filled with and spills out buckets and buckets of mostly white (some light blue) Chinese porcelain figurines, dishes and other common vessels. Installed at MAMAC, Cimiez, Nice, Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur, France. • Christiaan Karel Appel (b. 1921 in Amsterdam, Netherlands; d. 2006 in Zürich, Switzerland). Frog and Cat (Frosch und Katze). 1990. Benesse Art Site Naoshima, Outdoor Works. Naoshima Island, Kagawa prefecture, Japan.• Christo (christened Christo Vladimirov Javacheff; b. 1935 in Gabrovo, Bulgaria). Verpakt object op bagage-rek. 1962. Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Collection Van Beuningen.• Conrad Shawcross (b. 1977 in London). The Nervous System. 2003. Mixed media including oak, motor & cord.• Constantin Brancusi French (born Romania), 1876–1957. Masa Tacerii (The Table of Silence). Panel diameter 2,15 meters, thick 0,43 m and the leg is 2 m in diameter and 0,45 m thick. Ulari, Jiu, Gorj, Romania.• • La Négresse blonde (The Blonde Negress) 1926. Bronze with marble and limestone base. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.• • • Le Coq. Musée Pompidou-Metz.• • • • Maiastra. 1912 (?) White marble on three-part limestone pedestal. Collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.• Cosima von Bonin (b. 1962 in Mombasa, Kenia. Lives in Cologne, Germany). Starfish and hermit crab. Sewn textiles and white-enamelled metal. Exhibition The Fatigue Empire, July 18 – October 3, 2010 in in Kunsthaus Bregenz (KUB), Vorarlberg, Austria. • Cristina Iglesias (b. 1956 in San Sebastian, Spain. Lives and works in Madrid). Argentina UNICEF Buddy Bear.• Dale Chihuly (b. 1941 in Tacoma, Washington, US). Mille Fiori. From the Chihuly Illuminated exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art (September 25, 2009 – July 4, 2010).• Daphne Fitzpatrick (b. 1964 in Long Island, NY. Lives and works in Brooklyn). Weekend in the Ramptons. 2008. Antique fir, papier mâché.• David Brooks (b. 1975 in Brazil, Indiana. Lives and works in New York). Upside Down Boardwalk. 2008. Pressure treated lumber, hardware. 274.3×137.2×229 cm.• David Altmejd (born in Montréal, Canada, 1974. Lives and works in New York). The New North. 2007. Wood, foam, expandable foam, resin, paint, magic-sculpt, magic-smooth, epoxy, glue, mirror, horse hair, quartz crystals and wire. 368.3×134.6×106.7 cm.• David Goode (b. 1966 in Oxford, where he now lives and works). The Aviator (A Flying Elf Playing Garden Gnome Polo). 53 inches tall with a 45-inch wingspan. Bronze. Chelsea Flower Show David Goode Sculpture.• • Caught in the Act. Bronze. 58 cm. Chelsea Flower Show David Goode Sculpture. • • • Wizard. Bronze. 61 cm. From brochure David Goode: Bronze Sculpture.• • • • Aviator bust. Bronze. 25 cm. From brochure David Goode: Bronze Sculpture.• • • • • Goblin with Mushrooms. Bronze. 105 cm. From brochure David Goode: Bronze Sculpture.• • • • • • Comfort food. Bronze. 30 cm. From brochure David Goode: Bronze Sculpture. • • • • • • •
Caterpillar Spiller. Bronze. 82 cm. From brochure David Goode: Bronze Sculpture.• • • • • • • • Professor Escargot. Bronze. 168 cm. From brochure David Goode: Bronze Sculpture.• David Smith christened David Roland Smith (b. 1906 in Decatur, Indiana; d. 1965). School: Abstract Expressionism (First Generation). Voltri V, 1962. Steel. 220.0×81.9×60.5 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US. • • Raven IV. 1957. Steel. 71.4×82.2×33.5 cm. Incl. base H: 2.4 cm. Wt. 36.0 kg. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US. • Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi (b. 1924, Edinburgh, Scotland; d. 2005, London). Newton. Bronze. A sculptural transcription of William Blake’s depiction of Isaac Newton (1795), sculpted in 1995 (apparently as a bicentennial celebration), erected in 1998 in the courtyard of the British Library, London, United Kingdom.• • Head of Invention. Bronze. 1989. Outside Design Museum in London (Butler’s Wharf, Shad Thames, Southwark).• • • The Wealth of Nations. 1992–1993. Bronze. Dimensions: at 3.5 m high by 5.5 m; weight 15 tonnes. South Gyle, Edinburgh, Scotland. The enscription reads „Knowledge is wonderful, but imagination is even better. Einstein“
• • • • The Artist as Hephaestus (self-portrait). 1987. Bronze. 34–36 High Holborn, London WC1
• • • • • Vulcan. 1998–1999. Welded steel. Height: 730.00 cm. Dean Gallery, Edinburgh. Part of the Crucible exhibition of contemporary sculpture at Gloucester Cathedral between 1st September & 30th October 2010.
• Emili Armengol i Abril (b. Barcelona, 1943). Sculpture erected in 1993 in the gardens of the Casa de la Vall, Andorra la Vella.
• Felix Volosenkov (b. 1944 in Ukraine, now lives and works in St. Petersburg). Phenomena of the God Volos in the manner of Element of the Land. 2008. Mixed media. 75×60 cm.• • White Sun. 2000. Mixed media on pasteboard. 91×52 cm.• • • Horsemen. 2006. Mixed media on pasteboard. 112×131cm.
• • • • Vale Morderer. 2008. Mixed media. 200×120 cm.• Fiona Banner (b. 1966 in Merseyside, England). 2010. Harrier. BAe Sea Harrier aircraft, paint. 7.6×14.2×3.71 m. Tate Britain Duveen’s Exhibition: Fiona Banner. Harrier and Jaguar. 28 June 2010 – 3 January 2011.• • Jaguar. 2010. Polished Sepecat Jaguar aircraft 8.69×4.92×16.83 m. Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain.• Florence de Ponthaud-Neyrat (née en 1944 à Chalon-sur-Saône, Bourgogne, France). Plénitude. 2000. Marbre de Carrare. 130×140×115 cm. Collection Groupe Accor, Hôtel Sofitel de Bercy. Paris, 12ème arrondissement, rue de Libourne. • Francis Alÿs (b. 1959 in Antwerp Belgium. Lives and works in Mexico City). A story of deception (detail). Wiels, Brussels (a major exhibition of work by the celebrated artist from 09.10.2010 to 30.01.2011). • • A story of deception (detail).• Francis Upritchard (b. 1976 New Zealand. Lives and works in London). Save Yourself. 2009. 53rd Venice Biennale, New Zealand representation. Installation in Fondazione Claudio Buziol, Palazzo Magilli-Valmarana.• Francisco Leiro Lois (b. Cambados, Pontevedra, España, 1957). Anónimo III. 1997. 117×56×29 cm. Madera y pintura.• • Sileno acarreado por tres sátiros. 150×160×90 cm. Madera de nogal.• • • El Nadador. Escultura expuesta en la Plaza de la Estrella del puerto de Vigo como monumento a los bañistas.• • • • El Sireno. 1991. Puerta del Sol, Vigo, España.• • • • • Mudanza. 2010. Madera pinotea. 115×170×115 cm. Exhibited Francisco Leiro: Escultura in Marlborough Gallery, Madrid (october – december 2010).• • • • • • Faldita. 2010. Madera de castaño. 235×85×73 cm. Exhibited Francisco Leiro: Escultura in Marlborough Gallery, Madrid (october – december 2010).• • • • • • • Operario. 2009. Madera policromada. 135×150×72 cm. Exhibited Francisco Leiro: Escultura in Marlborough Gallery, Madrid (october – december 2010).• • • • • • • • Bailadora. 2009. Madera de pino atlántico. 226×158×100 cm. Exhibited Francisco Leiro: Escultura in Marlborough Gallery, Madrid (october – december 2010).• • • • • • • • • Calafateador. 2010. Madera de cedro. 172×90×66 cm.
• Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928–2000). The I Still Do Not Know. 1960. 130×195 cm. Mixed media. KunstHausWien, Vienna, Austria.• George Tkabladze (b. 1971 in Kutaisi, Georgia). Birth of Adam. 2006. Marble, Sandstone. 27,5×12×10,5 inch.• • New Constellation. 2009. Wood. 26.5×18.5×8.5 inch.• Gwenda Thompson-Marchesi (b. 1984 in United Kingdom. Lives and works in Edinburgh). Look Left, Look Right, Look Left Again. 2008. Fabric. 85×45×50 cm. Weight: 5 Kg. Mixed media installation.• • Every Truth has Two Sides. 2008. 100×80×160 cm. 20 Kg. Fabric. • Hans (Jean) Arp (German-French, b. 1886 in Strasbourg, Alsace-Lorraine; d. 1966 in Basel, Switzerland). Crown of Buds. 1936, cast late 1950s–60s. Bronze. 51.6×42.1×39.2 cm. National Gallery of Victoria, Australia.• Helen Denerley (b. 1956 in Midlothian, Scotland. Now living in Strathdon, Aberdeenshire, Scotland). Dreamings Spires. 2005. Discarded steel parts of motorbikes and cars. The largest of the two giraffes is 22 ft high. On the pavement in front of The Omni Centre, Leith Walk, Edinburgh, Scotland.• • Hunting dogs 2. Life-sized. Assorted Scrap Metal.• • • Ship of the Desert. Assorted scrap and re-cycled metal. Life size.• • • • Terriers. Life size.• • • • • Time and tide. 1999. 420cm long steel. Large Galapagos marine Iguana (called Agnes) welded from old oil drums, chains, bolts and other scrap.• • • • • • Smokie and Kipper. Scrap and re-cycled metal. Life size. 1998. Photographed on Aberdeen beech.• • • • • • • Millie the horse. 1999. Life size. Made from old agricultural machinery, horseshoes and plough shares. Now is Japan. • • • • • • • • Boar. 2010. Scrap and re-cycled metal. Life size. Taken in the artist’s studio.• • • • • • • • • Alford panther. 1997. Scrap metal. Life size. The panther which many school pupils claim to have seen, prowls in a garden at the back of Alford Academy.• • • • • • • • • • Hunting Dogs 1. Assorted Scrap Metal. Life size.• • • • • • • • • • • Sacred cow. 1998. Life size. Parts include hanes, picks, an old lawn mower and a truck fuel tank.• • • • • • • • • • • • The Poem-winged Dragonfly. 2010. Scrap metal. Piece from Helen Denerley: Mechanimals exhibition. Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Nottinghamshire — October 2010.• Henry Moore. Bio: British, b. Castleford, England, 1898–1986. School: British Modernist Sculpture. Large Four Piece Reclining Figure. 1972–73. Bronze. 213 cm (h). San Francisco’s Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, outside at the corner of Grove Street and Van Ness Avenue. • Hugo Robus (b. 1885 in Cleveland, OH, US; d. 1964 New York). One and Another. 1934. Bronze on wood base. 73.0×111.5×59.4 cm. Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC, US.• Itto Kuetani (b. 1942 in Kozan, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan). Un fiore tra cielo e terra. Villa dei Quintili on the Via Appia, Rome. 2009. Marble sculpture.• Jacques Lipchitz. Bio: American, b. Druskieniki, Lithuania, 1891–1973. Bather. 1915/cast 1950s. Bronze. 85.7×19.6×14.6 cm., incl. base h: 6.2 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US.• Jake and Dinos Chapman = Iakovos “Jake” Chapman (b. 1966 in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England) and Konstantinos “Dinos” Chapman (b. 1962 in London). Cow with shit. Painted cardboard tare. 2007. Piece from Two Legs Bad, Four Legs Good at gallery Paradise Row in London.• • The Meek shall inherit the Earth, but not the Mineral Rights. 2007. Corten steel. This sculptural group consists of representations of 3 dinosaurs (stood 7 metres high at its tallest point and nearly 9 metres in length). Currently installed at Jesus College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK.• • • Fuckface. 2009. Card box, pasteboard, newspaper, styrofoam, glue, poster pain. 62×30×26 cm.• • • • Tractor. 2007. Painter cardboard tare and wooden sticks. Piece from Two Legs Bad, Four Legs Good at gallery Paradise Row in London.• • • • • Two Faced Cunt. 2009. Card box, pasteboard, newspaper, glue, poster paint. 63×40.50×28 cm.• • • • • • Goat. 2007. Painted cardboard tare. Piece from Two Legs Bad, Four Legs Good at gallery Paradise Row in London.• Jannis Kounellis (b. 1936 in Piraeus, Greece). Exposition au château de Plieux, Gers, 1995.• • Tragedia civile (Bürgerliche Tragödie). 1975. Diözesanmuseum by Peter Zumthor, Cologne (Köln), Germany.• Jason Meadows. Wild shore trilogy. De Panne, Belgium.• Jean Tinguely (b. 1925 in Fribourg, Switzerland; d. 1991 in Bern). L’autoportrait. 1988. Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France.• • Méta Harmonie II. Giant kinetic contraption at The Tinguely museum, Basel, Switzerland.• • • The exhibit at The Tinguely Museum, Basel, Switzerland.• Jitish Kallat (b. 1974 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Lives and works in Mumbai). Bone Motor. The India Contemporary exhibition in the GEM Museum of Contemporary Art in Hague, the Netherlands.• Joel Shapiro (b. 1941 in New York City, US). 20 Elements 2004–05. Wood and casein. 122×132×85 inches. Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger collection. North Park Mall, Dallas, Texas.• John Behan (b. 1938 in Dublin). Coffin Ship. 1997. Bronze. The National Famine Monument at the foot of Croagh Patrick, Murrisk, Mayo, Ireland, commemorates all those who died in the Great Famine of 1845–49.
• Jonathan Baldock (b. 1980 in Pembury, UK. Lives and works in London). Andromeda. 2007. Salt-dough, pins, ribbon, dolls eyes, polystyrene, colouring, paint, synthetic hair. 29×42×26 cm plinth 121×42×26 cm.
• Jonathan Day (b. 1954 in Juneau, Alaska; currently: Alpine, Oregon, USA). At The Frontiers. In the late 1990s. Pen, ink, watercolor. 18×13.75 inches.
• Juan Muñoz (Madrid, 1953 – Ibiza, 2001). Autoretrato con intruso. 2000. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. • • Two Seated on the Wall. 2000. Private Collection.• • • Many Times. 1999. Polyester and resin. Dimensions variable. Private Collection. • Kader Attia (b. 1970 in Dugny (Seine Saint-Denis). Lives and works in Paris). Ghost. 2007. Aluminium foil.• Keith Tyson (b. 1969 in Ulverston in Lancashire, UK; christened Keith Thomas Bower. Based in London). Everything is connected with everything. 2007. Part of Large field array exposition at De Pont Museum of Contemporary Art in Tilburg, Holland.• • Contemporary Grotesque Mastering. 2009. Polycarbonate with a graphite patina. Exposition “The Age of The Marvellous” in Former Holy Trinity Church (One Marylebone, London).• Klaus Ihlenfeld. Bio: German, b. 1934. Composition in a Cube, 1961. Brass solder on steel. 34×34×34 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US. • Lee Bontecou (b. 1931 in Providence, Rhode Island, US). Untitled (detail). 1980–98. Welded steel, porcelain, wire mesh, canvas, grommets, and wire. Museum of Modern Art, New York City.• Leon Underwood (b. 1890 in Shepherd’s Bush, London; d. 1975). Phoenix for Europe. Bronze. Installed in the central garden courtyard at the Bryony Adult Education Centre (Bryony Road, London, W12).• Luis Alfonso Jr. Jimenez (b. 1940 in El Paso, TX, US; d. 2006 in Hondo, NM, US). Fiesta dancers. 1985. Silicon, bronze.• • The Sodbuster, San Isidro. 1983. Polychrome fiberglass. Part of the Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection on the campus of Wichita State University.• • • Vaquero. 20-foot-tall statue of a Mexican cowboy on a bucking horse. Polychrome fiberglass. In front of El Paso Museum of Art.• Luke Rudolf (b. 1977 in Redhill, UK. Lives and works in London). Portrait ¹18. 2010. Acrylic and oil on canvas. 190×160 cm.• Magdalena Jetelová (b. 1946 in Semily, Czechoslovakian; relocated to West Germany in 1985; lives and works in Munich, Düsseldorf, Prague). Place. 1986. Part of the Forest of Dean’s Sculpture Trail. Speech House Walk, England, GB.• • Chair. Yale Museum, New Haven, Connecticut, US.• Manolo Valdés (b. 1942 in Valencia, España). Escultura de gran formato en la Plaza Mayor de Salamanca, Castille and Leon, España. 2008. Bronce.• Mansoor Ali (b. 1978 in Jasmatpur, Gujarat, India. Lives and works in Baroda, India). Dance of Democracy. 2008. Installation with discarded chairs. Dimensions variable, approx: 427×244×244 cm. The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today, Saatchi Gallery.• Marianne Vitale (b. 1973 in New York, NY. Lives and works in New York, NY). Panel 1. Shot Put from the perfomance and installation OK KO: Broodies in the Nesting. 2008. Mixed media. 149.9×96.5×35.6 cm. Piece from the Exhibition HOW SOON NOW in Rubell Family Collection, 2010. • Martin Kippenberger (b. 1953 in Dortmund, Germany; d. 1997 in Vienna). Portrait of Paul Schreber. 1994. Oil on canvas. 240×200 cm. The Saatchi Gallery, London. • Martin Puryear (b. 1941 in Washington). Untitled. 2005. White pine, wire and rattan. 63 h.×60×54 in.• • C.F.A.O. 2006–2007. Painted and unpainted pine and found wheelbarrow. 255.9×196.9×154.9 cm. The Museum of Modern Art, New York.• Matta christened Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurren (1911–2002). A Grave Situation. 1946. 137.2×195.6 cm. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.• • Morphology. 1937. 49.8×65.1 cm. Private collection, La Jolla.• • • Ecouter vivre (Listen to Living). 1941. Oil on canvas. 74.9×94 cm. Museum of Modern Art, New York City.
• Max Ernst (1891–1976). Feast of the Gods. 1948. 153×107 cm., Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Vienna.• Michael DeLucia (b. 1978 in Rochester, New York). Untitled (Push-Brooms). 2006. Push-brooms 114.3×127×203.2 cm. • • Untitled (Fence with Mops). 2007. Chain link fence and deck mops. 246.4×147.3×149.9 cm. • Mike Kelley (b. 1954 in Detroit; d. 2012 in Los Angeles). Frankenstein 1989. Sewn, stuffed animals, basket with spools of thread, pincushion, felt. In 3 parts. 31×198.1×71.1 cm.• • Eviscerated Corpse. 1989. Found stuffed cloth toys. 167.64×198.12×292.10 cm. Dimensions vary with installation. Art Institute Of Chicago.• • • Kandor Con 2000 (1999/2005). Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (ZKM), Karlsruhe, Germany.
• Molly Larkey (b. 1971 in Los Angeles. Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY). The Revolutionary. 2006. Mixed Media and Paint. 64×64×40 in. • Naum Gabo (b. 1890 as Naum Pevsner in Briansk Russia; d. 1977 in Waterbury Connecticut). Constructed Head ¹2, 1916 (enlargement 1975). Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, TX, US.• Niki de Saint Phalle christened Catherine-Marie-Agnès Fal de Saint Phalle (1930–2002). Adam et Eve (The Lovers). 1985. Painted resin. Permanently at the Tarot Garden, Tuscany, Italy.• • Nana santé (Nana health). 1998. Collectie ZonMW, Nederlandse organisatie voor gezondheidsonderzoek en zorginnovatie, Rotterdam. • • • Poet and Muse. 1998. Glass, mirror, stones and polyester. In front of the Mengei International Museum of Folk Art in Balboa Park in San Diego, California.• • • • Grand Éléphant Vase. 116×210×95 cm. Polyester and polyurethan paint. 1991.• • • • • Totem. Piece from Queen Califa’s Magical Circle by Niki de Saint Phalle. Located in Rancho Bernardo, San Diego, CA, US.• • • • • • Lo Ierofante / The Hierophant / Il Papa. 1997–1998. Permanently at the Tarot Garden, Tuscany, Italy. Situazione totale: Giardino dei Tarocchi, Pescia Fiorentina, Capalbio, GR, Toscana. • • • • • • • Guardian Lion. 2000. Polyurethane foam, resin, steel armature, glass, fused millefiori glass inserts, ceramic tile, tumbled stone. 88×132×112 in. Picture was made at The Missouri Botanical Gardens in St. Louis, US.
• • • • • • • • Paradiset (Le Paradis Fantastique). 1966. Outside Moderna Museet in Skeppsholmen, Stockholm, Stockholm, SE.
• • • • • • • • • Totem. Piece from Queen Califa’s Magical Circle by Niki de Saint Phalle. Located in Rancho Bernardo, San Diego, CA, US.
• • • • • • • • • • Arbre serpents / Serpent Tree. 1999. Located in Shaw (adjacent to the Missouri Botanical Garden, and named after its founder, Henry Shaw), St. Louis, MO, US.
• • • • • • • • • • • Fountain at the Tarot Garden. 1997–1998. Permanently located at Giardino dei Tarocchi, Pescia Fiorentina, Capalbio, GR, Toscana.
• • • • • • • • • • • • Le Banc / The Bench. 1989. Permanently located at Benesse Art Site Naoshima, Outdoor Works. Naoshima Island, Kagawa prefecture, Japan.
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Nikigator. 2001. Fiberglass, resin, mirror, glass pebbles, ceramic tile, tumbled stone. 84×300×96 in. Located in Shaw (adjacent to the Missouri Botanical Garden, and named after its founder, Henry Shaw), St. Louis, MO, US.
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Ganesh. 1998. 128×62×58 in. Public sculpture at the Museum of Contemporary Art in La Jolla, CA, US.
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La Morte. 1997–1998. Permanently located at the Tarot Garden, Tuscany, Italy. Descrizione totale: Giardino dei Tarocchi, Pescia Fiorentina, Capalbio, GR, Toscana.
• Otto Dix (German, 1891–1969). Dr. Mayer-Hermann. Berlin, 1926. Oil and tempera on wood. 149.2×99.1 cm. The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York.• Pablo Ruíz Picasso (1881–1973). Los tres músicos. 1921. El Museum of Modern Art de Nueva York.• • Pablo Picasso’s idea for the main costume of Erik Satie’s Parade. Reconstructed by Kermit Love (1979). Museum of Modern Art (MOMA, New York City).• Paul Klee. Swiss, 1879–1940. The Mask with the Little Flag. 1925. Watercolor on paper mounted on cardboard. Staatsgalerie, Munich.• Paul Manship (b. 1885 in St. Paul, Minnesota; d. 1966 in New York). Flight of Europa. 1925. Gilded bronze on marble base. 56.2×78.8×19.8 cm. Smithsonian American Art Museum, 1st Floor, North Wing.
• Peter Coffin (b. 1972 in Berkeley, California. Lives and works in New York). Untitled (Unfinished Hand). 2006. Wood, wire mesh and fittings.
• Philip Kondratenko (b. 1974 in St. Petersburg). Nikolai Hardzhiev. 2005. Acrylic on canvas. 55×39,5 cm. Author’s ownership.
• Philippe Hiquily (b. 1925). Zoomorphe II. 1959. Iron. 28.8×23.8×9.2 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, beside the National Mall, in Washington, D.C., US.
• Rafael Zamarripa (born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, MX). Caballito del Mar (Little Seahorse). 1976 replica of the 1966 original. Figura de bronce de aproximadamente 3 metros (a bronze sculpture approximately 3 meters in height). Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, MX.• Ramin Haerizadeh (b. 1975 in Tehran, Iran. Lives and works in Tehran). Six works from The Theatre Troupe series. Executed in 2005–2006. Color-print. Size of each piece 100×70 cm. Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde (prev. B21), Dubai.• • Men of Allah (11). 2008. C-print. 100×150 cm. • • • Men of Allah (12). 2008. C-print. 100×150 cm.• • • • Men of Allah (01). 2008. C-print. 100×150 cm.• • • • • Men of Allah (02). 2008. C-print. 100×150 cm.• Reinhoud d’Haese (b. 1928 in Grammont, Belgian; d. 2007 in Paris). Image, (N.D.) Metal 54.6×19.4×38.7 cm. Base: 4.4×12.1 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. • Richard Deacon (b. 1949 in Bangor, Wales, UK). Quick. 2009. Oak and steel. 180×622×231 cm. Created in view of his retrospective exhibition «The Missing Part» from June to September 2010. • Richard Serra (b. 1939 in San Francisco). The Matter of Time. Installations in Guggeneheim Museum, Bilbao.• Robert Arneson (b. 1930 in Benicia, California; d. 1992, Benicia, California). Breast Trophy. 1964. Glazed stoneware.• Robert Muller. Bio: Swiss, b. Zurich, 1920. Larkspur, 1958. Iron 117.8×70.5×52.4 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US.• • The Anvil, 1962. Iron. 47.7×80.7×57.6 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US.• Ron Mueck (b. 1958 in Melbourne, Australia; based in London). Woman with sticks. 2008. Silicone, polyurethane, steel, wood, synthetic hair. 170.0×183.0×120.0 cm. Private collection. Image courtesy of Anthony d’Offay, London. • Ruth Marten (1949 born, lives and works in New York). Canapés. 2007. Ink and watercolour with collage on antique intaglio print. 25.9×18.6 cm. Saatchi Gallery Collection.• Ry Fyan (b. 1978 in Los Angeles, CA. Lives and works in New York). Spontaneous Self Organization. 2008. Oil and acrylic on wood panel. 182.9×213.4 cm. • Ryan Johnson (b. 1978 in Karachi, Pakistan). Watchman. 2008. Casting tape, glass, plywood, cement, plastic, cardboard, spray paint, enamel paint, aluminium, keys, fabric, rubber. 213.4×91.4×55.9 cm.• Sam Gilliam Bio: American, b. Tupelo, Mississippi, 1933. School: African-American Abstraction/Washington Color School. Ruby Light, 1972. Acrylic on canvas variable; approx. 203.2×144.7×30.4 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, US.
• Sarah Lucas (b. Holloway, London, 1962). Nuds II. 2009. Tights, fluff, wire. From the exhibition NUDS cycladic by Sarah Lucas at the Museum of Cycladic Art.
• Sergio Bustamante christened Sergio Emilio Edgardo De Bustamante Roa y Arteaga (b. 1942 in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico). Moon Riders. Piece 47/50 made. Gallery of Sergio Bustamante, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mèxico.• • Piece from the Gallery of Sergio Bustamante, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mèxico.• • • Mermaid. Bronze, stone plinth. Outside the Gallery of Sergio Bustamante, Plaza Bonita Mall, Cabo San Lucas, Mèxico. • • • • Embrace of the wind. Bronze. Delante de la Sergio Bustamante Gallery: Calle Independencia 238, Tlaquepaque, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico (cerca de la Museo Regional de la Cerámica: Calle Independencia 237). • • • • • Undina. Painted papier-mâché. The Gallery of Sergio Bustamante, Plaza Bonita Mall, Cabo San Lucas, Mèxico.
• Shirin Fakhim (b. 1973 in Tehran, Iran. Lives and works in Tehran). Piece from Tehran Prostitutes. 2008. Mixed media. Life size.• Sorel Etrog (b. Jassy, Romania, 1933). Maquette for “Family Group” (by 1964). Bronze. 51.7×35.5×14.3 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. • Spartacus Chetwynd, born Lali Chetwynd (b. 1973 in in London, UK. She lives and works here). Cat Bus Puppet. Commissioned and produced by Frieze Foundation for Frieze Projects. Frieze Art Fair 2010.• Sudarshan Shetty (b. 1961 in Mangalore, India. Currently based in Mumbai). No Title (from This too shall pass). 2010. Aluminium, wood. 245×189×45 cm.
• • No Title (from Love). 2006. Stainless steel, automative paint and fiberglass. 211×505×265 cm and 125×430×150 cm. Is installed in Bodhi Art Gallery, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.• • • No Title. Aluminum cow skeleton 278×152×55.5 cm and structures of toy PVC Taj Mahal-esque buildings, stacked in offset blocks. Armory Show 2008, NYC.• Terry Allen (b. 1943 in Wichita, Kansas). Modern Communication. 1995. Bronze. Commissioned by the Municipal Art Commision’s One-Percent-For-Art Program of Kansas City. Located 1111 Locust Street, New Communication Plaza (outside the Kansas City Police Department communications building), in Downtown, Kansas City, Missouri, US. • Shaking Man. 1993. Bronze. Life-size. Yerba Buena Gardens, Terrace level of the esplanade, near 4th & Mission, San Francisco, California, US.• Thaddeus Mosley (b. 1926 in New Castle, Pennsylvania, US). Thaddeus Mosley: Sculpture (Studio | Home). Mosley’s complete artist studio and portions of his North Side home were documented, transported and reconstructed within the Mattress Factory’s galleries (April 4, 2009 — July 19, 2009). • Thomas Houseago (b. 1972 in Leeds, lives and works in Los Angeles). Figure 1. 2008. Wood, graphite, tuf-cal, hemp, iron, oil stick. 221×221×132.1 cm. • • Folded Man. 1997. Plaster, jute, inox. 220×110×80 cm.• Tim Hawkinson (b. 1960 in San Francisco, California). Möbius Ship. 2006. Wood, plastic, plexiglas, rope, staples, string, twist ties, glue. 104×122×51 in. Anna S. & James P. White Gallery. • • Bear. 2005. A part of the Stuart Collection of public art on the campus of the University of California, San Diego. • • • Scout. 2006–2007.
• Todji Kurtzman (b. 1970 in San Francisco, US). Monument in Right Feet Major. 2007. 8×4×9 feet. Bronze. Benson Park Sculpture Garden, Loveland High Plains Art Council, Loveland, Colorado, US.• • Mandinga De Capoeira. 2008. Bronze. 6×6×11 feet.• Tom Otterness (b. 1952 in Wichita, Kansas, US). The Lesson. 2010. Bronze. Tom Otterness Studio, Open House New York (OHNY).• • Playground. 2007. Bronze, edition of 6. 914.4×927.1×746.8 cm. Located on 42nd Street in the public park next to the Silver Towers, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenue. It’s just before the West Side Highway on the way to the Circle Line Pier, New York City, US. • • • Makin’ Hay at the Missions. 18-foot-tall figures made out of hay bales and steel.
• • • • The Consumerist. Tom Otterness Studio, Brooklyn, Open House New York (OHNY).• Umberto Boccioni (b. 1882 in Reggio Calabria, Italy; d. 1916 near Verona). Unique Forms of Continuity in Space. 1913, bronze. Museum of Modern Art (New York City). • Vincent Desiderio (b. 1955 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US). Cockaigne. 1993–2003. Oil on canvas. 284.8×389.6 cm. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. • Vladimir Tatlin (1885–1953). Letatlin (Ornitopter). 1929–1932. Wood, metal, whalebone, silk. Here is a reconstruction 1968 in the Moderna Museet Collection, Stockholm, Sweden. • Wangechi Mutu (b. 1972 in Nairobi, Kenya). Mask. 2006. Mixed media collage.• Willie Cole (b. 1955 in Newark, New Jersey, US). Next Kent tji wara. 2007. Bycicle parts, spray paint and brazing. 94×52.1×21 cm. The piece is part of «Reconfiguring an African Icon: Odes to the Mask by Modern and Contemporary Artists from Three Continents». Metropolitan Museum of Art.• • Shine. 2007. Shoes, steel wire, monofilament line, washers and screws. 40×35.6×38.1 cm. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (MoMA).• Wim Delvoye (b. 1965 in Wervik, West Flanders, Belgium). D11 (rear side). 2009. Stainless steel, laser carving. 450×190×184 cm. Installation view at the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg. The Caterpillar D11 is a large bulldozer, manufactured by Caterpillar Inc. in East Peoria, Illinois, and mainly used in the mining industry.• • Cement Truck. 2008. Laser-cut stainless steel.