GILLIAN WEARING - perhaps one of the most recognisable portrait series.  Wearing asked members of the public to right a personal thought on a sign, which she then Photographed them with

Private lines: Gillian Wearing's signs – in pictures

Gillian Wearing OBE ‘‘I’m desperate’’, © Gillian Wearing, courtesy Maureen Paley/ Interim Art, London She stops people in the street, gives them a pen and paper then asks them to write whatever they feel like.

Beecroft, Vanessa - Black Madonna with twins (Right) - Relational Art - Computer print - Allegory

Beecroft, Vanessa - Black Madonna with twins (Right) - Relational Art - Computer print - Allegory

The spatiotemporal dimensions of abstract art and the genesis of modern architecture | The Charnel-House

The spatiotemporal dimensions of abstract art and the genesis of modern architecture

“Beuys’ Concept of Social Sculpture and Relational Art Practices Today,” by Laurie Rojas

Liam Gillick, Bundeskunsthalle installation view 2

Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn, Germany, works by British artist Liam Gillick, in a show enigmatically entitled “One Long Walk… Two Short Piers.

Grey, black, light pink, pale pink, fuchsia, gold and white abstract, modern, contemporary art, canvas art, square art, shapes, colorful, by Amanda Hilsabeck.

Grey, black, light pink, pale pink, fuchsia, gold and white abstract, modern, contemporary art, canvas art, square art, shapes, colorful, by Amanda Hilsabeck.

Angela Bulloch, Smoke spheres 2-4. (1966-) Diplômée du Goldsmiths' College de Londres, cette artiste d'origine canadienne travaille à Berlin. Associée au mouvement des Young British Artists, elle crée des installations multimédias où se mêlent vidéo, peinture, son et sculpture.

Angela Bulloch, Smoke spheres 2-4. (1966-) Diplômée du Goldsmiths' College de Londres, cette artiste d'origine canadienne travaille à Berlin. Associée au mouvement des Young British Artists, elle crée des installations multimédias où se mêlent vidéo, peinture, son et sculpture.

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