Kasper Sonne, TXC99, 2014, Industrial paint and chemicals on canvas in aluminum frame, 60 x 48 inches, Courtesy the artist and The Arts Club
Photograph of rehearsals of The Bolt, 1931, Courtesy of GRAD and St Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music
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
George Condo, Portrait of a Woman, 2002, oil on canvas, 72 x 60 in. (182.9 x 152.4 cm.) Copyright George Condo, courtesy of Skarstedt
Work in progress Valkyrie Octopus by Joana Vasconcelos will be on display at MGM MACAU 15 March – 31 October 2015
Sean Lynch, Adventure Capital (2014 – 15), projected colour image, Courtesy of the Artist and Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, Ireland.
Orkhan Huseynov, The Prisoner (detail) from Atelier Sovetsky, 2014, video installation, HD1080p. Courtesy of the artist and YARAT
Shoja Azari The King of Black, 2013, HD Colour video with sound. Courtesy of the artist and Leila Heller Gallery, New York
Celine Condorelli, Study for Additionals (Structure for Public Speaking), 2012, mild steel, perspex, mirror film, Production still, Courtesy the artist and Wysing Art Centre
Laurie Simmons, The Love Doll Day 31 (Geisha Close-Up), 2011, Fuji Matte Print, 101.6x76.2cm (40x30inches), Copyright the Artist. Courtesy Wilkinson Gallery, London
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
Jack Greer, Finding Order 18, 2014 , Canvas, thread, latex paint. Courtesy the artist and The Arts Club
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