arah Lucas, I SCREAM DADDIO, Installation View, British Pavilion 2015. Photo by Cristiano Corte © British Council
Barbara Hepworth (centre) with fellow students at the RCA, studying on a Yorkshire Senior County Art Scholarship. Courtesy Bowness, Hepworth Estate.
Alighiero Boetti Accanto al Pantheon 1988 embroidery on fabric 114 x 106 cm Courtesy Mazzoleni London
Sean Lynch, DeLorean Progress Report, 2009-11, handmade stainless steel bodypanels of DeLorean DMC-12 car, courtesy the artist and Ronchini Gallery
An installation shot of Fire Talk to Me, Almagul Menlibayeva, 2015, Video Still, 10 channels video installation, 17 min. Image courtesy of the artist and YARAT
Annette Kelm, Espadrilles, U R MY BFF, LOL!, HOW R U, 2013, c-print, framed 77.3 x 63.7 cm. Courtesy Herald Street and The Arts
Christopher Kuhn, Code Switch, 2015, oil and acrylic on linen, 177.8 x 137 cm, Courtesy the artist and Ronchini Gallery
Untitled, Rashad Alakbarov, 2015, metal, watercolour on paper, light source, 380 x 260 x 284cm. Courtesy of the artist and YARAT.
Sarah Lucas, Eating a Banana, 1990, b and w photograph, 74.9 x 81.9 cm, edition of 3 + 4 aps, copyright the artist, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London
A Game of Tennis, Helen Wills, textile design, 1927, given by the Stehli Silks Corporation, Courtesy Victoria & Albert Museum and GRAD
Photograph of Lynda Benglis 1970. Originally published in Life, February 1970 Photo Henry Groskinsky. Copyright Life Inc. Courtesy the artist and Cheim & Read, New York
Date taken: 1969 Description: American artist Lynda Benglis works on a commissioned project for the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island, 1969. The work involves poured latex paint for an installation at the university. City: Kingston State: RI Country: US cr: Henry Groskinsky/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images OWNED
Red Star, scarf, produced by Jacqmar, silk, 1940s, Courtesy Paul and Karen Rennie Collection, Folkestone
Adam Pendleton, Installation at Belgian Pavilion La Biennale di Venezia, Courtesy the artist and Pace Gallery, photo Alessandra Bello
Alberto Burri, R 1, 1953, cloth, fabric, sand, oil on canvas, 80 x 110 cm, Courtesy Mazzoleni, London
Sean Lynch, Adventure Capital (2014 – 15), projected colour image, Courtesy of the Artist and Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
Installation image of Borderlands with Zhanna Kadyrova, Untitled, 2014, Photo Sophia Schorr-Kon, Courtesy GRAD
Work in progress Valkyrie Octopus by Joana Vasconcelos will be on display at MGM MACAU 15 March – 31 October 2015
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