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Prem Sahib during the workshop which gave rise to "I am here but you've gone", photo courtesy of Fiorucci Art Trust

Prem Sahib during the workshop which gave rise to “I am here but you’ve gone”, photo courtesy of Fiorucci Art Trust

The alchemy of scents and art shines in “I am here but you’ve gone”, the group show featuring vibrant artists as Prem Sahib, Celia Hempton, Adam Christensen, Patrizio Di Massimo, Adham Faramawy, Ed Fornieles, Mary Ramsden, Magali Reus, curated by Milovan Farronato and Stella Bottai which is held in London at the Fiorucci Art Trust – established by Nicoletta Fiorucci – and runs through 9th May 2015. The exhibition has developed in partnership with the London perfume atelier Creative perfumers and results from a 10 months research in fragrances during which the artists had access to a huge oil library in order to explore the potential of employing the scent as a medium. Here it features the scents made by the artists along with new and site-specific installations. Sensuality and eroticism, wild recall which is embodied in the work by Prem Sahib, inspired by the context of gay clubs, with fragrances that remind of sweat, chewing-gum and sex. The same realm is emphasized by Celia Hempton, bright artist well known for painting close up of her model bodies, by the “vagina perfume” she created. Intuition, sanctity are some of the suggestions turned into scented drops as the ones by Magali Reus who has developed a scent that plays on the addictive, synthetic smell of freshly-boxed product, the Adam Christensen’s creation of the “Smell of intuition” which has suffered from a consequent, perhaps inevitable, loss. Patrizio Di Massimo invented the mysterious “Odour of sanctity”, a heavenly aroma of inexplicable origin emanating from the body of the dead Saint. Adham Faramawy’s “Hyperreal flower blossom” scent is displayed in a specially crafted bottle designed with Studio_Leigh and attempts to describe a video of vocaloid pop star Hatsunè Miku dancing in a garden. Following his recent solo show titled Modern Family, Ed Fornieles has continued an investigation in everyday family tropes, while Mary Ramsden’s research has stretched to the animal realm with the scent of “Panda sex”. A not to be missed happening to get more awareness on the senses and draw attention to the importance of smell in human psychology, imagination, knowledge an behaviour.

PROFUMI & ARTE: “I AM HERE BUT YOU’ VE GONE”, LA COLLETTIVA AL FIORUCCI ART TRUST DI LONDRA

The scents explored by the artist featuring in "I am here but you've gone", photo courtesy of Fiorucci Art Trust

The scents explored by the artist featuring in “I am here but you’ve gone”, photo courtesy of Fiorucci Art Trust

L’ alchimia di profumi e arte splende in “I am here but you’ve gone”, la collettiva di cui sono protagonisti vibranti artisti quali Prem Sahib, Celia Hempton, Adam Christensen, Patrizio Di Massimo, Adham Faramawy, Ed Fornieles, Mary Ramsden, Magali Reus, curata da Milovan Farronato e Stella Bottai che si tiene a Londra presso il Fiorucci Art Trust – fondato da Nicoletta Fiorucci – e prosegue fino al 9 maggio 2015. La mostra è stata creata in partnership con l’ atelier di profumi di Londra Creative perfumers ed è il risultato di una ricerca di profumi durata 10 mesi durante la quale gli artisti hanno avuto accesso ad una enorme biblioteca di oli al fine di esplorare il potenziale uso del profumo come medium. Ivi sono esposti i profumi realizzati dagli artisti unitamente a installazioni nuove e site-specific. Sensualità ed erotismo, selvaggio richiamo che è racchiuso nell’ opera di Prem Sahib che si ispira al contesto dei locali gay con fragranze che ricordano sudore, chewing-gum e sesso. Il medesimo ambito è rimarcato da Celia Hempton, brillante artista molto nota per i dipinti con il primo piano sul corpo delle sue modelle  artist, e dal “profumo di vagina” da lei creato. Intuizione, santità sono alcune delle suggestioni trasformate in gocce di profumo come quelle di Magali Reus che realizzato un profumo che interpreta l’ odore sintetico che dà assuefazione di un prodotto appena inscatolato, la creazione di Adam Christensen del “Profumo dell’ intuizione” che ha sofferto di una consequenza, forse inevitabile, la perdita. Patrizio Di Massimo ha inventato il misterioso “Odore di santità”, un celestiale aroma di origine inspiegabile che emana dal corpo morto di un Santo. Il profumo “Bocciolo di fiore iperreale” di Adham Faramawy è presentato in una bottiglia appositamente realizzata a mano, progettata con Studio_Leigh e prova a descrivere un video della pop star vocaloid Hatsunè Miku che danza in un giardino. In seguito alla sua mostra personale dal titolo Modern Family, Ed Fornieles ha continuato un’ indagine sui tropi della quotidianità familiari, mentre la ricerca di Mary Ramsden si è rivolta all’ ambito animale con il profumo di “Sesso del panda”. Un evento imperdibile per avere una maggiore consapevolezza sui sensi e prestare attenzione all’ importanza dell’ olfatto nella psicologia dell’ uomo, nell’ immaginazione, nella conoscenza e nel comportamento.

photo courtesy of Fiorucci Art Trust

photo courtesy of Fiorucci Art Trust

 

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The Condé Nast International Luxury Conference, ideated by Suzy Menkes and Condé Nast, event which lasted two days and has recently held in Florence, focused on luxury, technology and contemporary time. A dynamic and complex scene painted by many panelists(renowned fashion designers, personas coming from the realm of fashion communication along with young emerging creatives from the luxury industry as Delfina Delettrez and Iris van Herpen) and enriched by a party at Palazzo Corsini which featured a marvelous performance where the dancer Emilie Fouilloux wore a solemn and light dress, made esclusively for the event by the genius fashion designer Liborio Capizzi, creator of the demi-couture brand DiLiborio, recorded by the following video by Giorgio Bellani I am pleased of sharing.

MODA, LUSSO, CONTEMPORANEITÀ & ARTE: IL SEGNO DI LIBORIO CAPIZZI ALLA CONFERENZA INTERNAZIONALE DEL LUSSO DI CONDÈ NAST A FIRENZE

The place where everything happens, the atelier of Liborio Capizzi, photo by N

The place where everything happens, the atelier of Liborio Capizzi, photo by N

La International Luxury Conference di Condé Nast, ideata da Suzy Menkes e Condé Nast, evento di due giorni che si è recentemente tenuto a Firenze, incentrato sul lusso, la tecnologia e la contemporaneità. Un dinamico e complesso scenario disegnato da vari panelists(rinomati fashion designer, personaggi della comunicazione di moda unitamente a giovani creativi emergenti nell’ ambito dell’ industria del lusso quali Delfina Delettrez e Iris van Herpen) e arricchito da un party a Palazzo Corsini di cui è stata protagonista una splendida performance in cui la ballerina Emilie Fouilloux ha indossato un solenne e leggiadro abito, appositamente realizzato per l’ evento dal geniale fashion designer Liborio Capizzi, creatore del brand di demi-couture DiLiborio, documentata nel video di Giorgio Bellani che segue e mi rallegra condividere.

Liborio Capizzi, photo by N

Liborio Capizzi, photo by N

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photo by N

It follows my tale in reverse, made by words and images featuring “Art and food”, the exhibition curated by Germano Celantrunning through 1st November 2015 – recently opened at the Milan Triennale Design Museum. A lapse of time going mostly from Fifties to Eighties is told the exhibition’s path second section. A suggestive showcase which exhibits many objects, talking about the relationship between food and art, a theme explored through the photography by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ugo Mulas, pop-art by Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Mimmo Rotella, Roy Lichtenstein and other artists, enriched by the creations made by the fashion designer Ken Scott( though fashion is a delicate presence, just murmured into the exhibition, evidence of a culture eradicate in Italy which still considers fashion as a secondary discipline and gives the primacy to the visual arts), the commercials by Armando Testa (bright creative who made the commercial saga of Carmensita for the Paulista coffee by Lavazza ) and impressed also on music, embodied in the cover albums of celebrated bands as Rolling Stones.

L’ INAUGURAZIONE DELLA MOSTRA “ART & FOOD” AL MUSEO DEL DESIGN DELLA TRIENNALE DI MILANO(2)

Henri Cartier Bresson, Sunday on the sanks of the Seine river, 1938, Collection Henri Cartier- Bresson Foundation, photo by N

Henri Cartier Bresson, Sunday on the sanks of the Seine river, 1938, Collection Henri Cartier- Bresson Foundation, photo by N

Prosegue il mio racconto a ritroso, fatto di parole e immagini di cui è protagonista “Art and food”, la mostra curata Germano Celant – che prosegue fino all’ 1 novembre 2015 – recentemente inaugurata al Museo del Design della Triennale di Milano. Un lasso di tempo che va principalmente dagli anni Cinquanta agli anni Ottanta è raccontato dalla seconda sezione del percorso espositivo. Una suggestiva rassegna che espone plurimi oggetti che parlano della relazione tra cibo e arte, un tema esplorato attraverso la fotografia di Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ugo Mulas, la pop-art Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Mimmo Rotella, Roy Lichtenstein, arricchita dalle creazioni del fashion designer Ken Scott(benché la moda sia una presenza delicata, appena sussurrata all’ interno della mostra, dimostrazione di una cultura da sradicare in Italia che ancora considera la moda come una disciplina secondaria rispetto alla primazia data alle arti visive), dalle pubblicità di Armando Testa (brillante creativo che ha realizzato la saga pubblicitaria di Carmensita per il caffè Paulista di Lavazza) e impressa anche nella musica, racchiusa negli album delle copertine di celebri band quali i Rolling Stones.

Nino Migliori, Bread delivery boy, 1956, Bologna, Nino Migliori archive, photo by N

Nino Migliori, Bread delivery boy, 1956, Bologna, Nino Migliori archive, photo by N

 

Robert Indiana. the electric eat, 1964, courtesy of Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

Robert Indiana. the electric eat, 1964, courtesy of Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

 

Ugo Mulas, photo by N

Ugo Mulas, photo by N

 

Ugo Mulas, The Warhol factory,  photo by N

Ugo Mulas, The Warhol factory, photo by N

 

Ugo Mulas, Andy Warhol at the Warhol factory,  photo by N

Ugo Mulas, Andy Warhol at the Warhol factory, photo by N

 

Andy Warhol, Campbell's soup| Portfolio, 1968, private collection, New York

Andy Warhol, Campbell’s soup| Portfolio, 1968, private collection, New York

 

Andy Warhol, Del Monte  peach halves, 1964, Mugrabi Collection, 1964, Kellog's corn flakes box, 1964,  courtesy of the Brant Foundation, Greenwich, photo by N

Andy Warhol, Del Monte peach halves, 1964, Mugrabi Collection, 1964, Kellog’s corn flakes box, 1964, courtesy of the Brant Foundation, Greenwich, photo by N

 

Robert Rauschenberg, Hungry weeds, 1969, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, New York, photo by N

Robert Rauschenberg, Hungry weeds, 1969, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, New York, photo by N

 

Commercial by Armando Testa, photo by N

Commercial by Armando Testa, photo by N

 

 

Roy Lichtenstein, Apple with black and blue blackground, 1982, the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation and courtesy of the Castell Gallery, New York, photo by N

Roy Lichtenstein, Apple with black and blue blackground, 1982, the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation and courtesy of the Castell Gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Roy Lichtenstein, Ceramic sculpture, 1965, private collection, Switzerland, photo by N

Roy Lichtenstein, Ceramic sculpture, 1965, private collection, Switzerland, photo by N

 

Carmensita and Caballero, the main features of commercials by Armando Testa for Paulista coffee by Lavazza, photo by N

Carmensita and Caballero, the main features of commercials by Armando Testa for Paulista coffee by Lavazza, photo by N

 

 

Another iconic persona still existing from food commercial Susanna, brand of cheese triangles by Kraft, photo by N

Another iconic persona still existing from food commercial Susanna, brand of cheese triangles by Kraft, photo by N

 

 

The cover albums by celebrated artists, photo by N

The cover albums by celebrated artists, photo by N

 

Andy Warhol, The last supper (Camel/57), 1986, Mugrabi collection, New York, photo by N

Andy Warhol, The last supper (Camel/57), 1986, Mugrabi collection, New York, photo by N

 

Mimmo Rotella, Point and a half, 1962, private collection, courtesy of Marconi Foundation, photo by N

Mimmo Rotella, Point and a half, 1962, private collection, courtesy of Marconi Foundation, photo by N

 

 

Mimmo Rotella, photo by N

Mimmo Rotella, photo by N

 

Ken Scott, Cereghino dress and cape, "Ken Scott cooks something new" Spring/Summer 1970, Piper club, January 1970, Ken Scott Foundation, Rome, photo by N

Ken Scott, Cereghino dress and cape, “Ken Scott cooks something new” Spring/Summer 1970, Piper club, January 1970, Ken Scott Foundation, Rome, photo by N

 

Ken Scott, Ruspante dress and cape, "Ken Scott cooks something new" Spring/Summer 1970, Piper club, January 1970, Ken Scott Foundation, Rome, photo by N

Ken Scott, Ruspante dress and cape, “Ken Scott cooks something new” Spring/Summer 1970, Piper club, January 1970, Ken Scott Foundation, Rome, photo by N

 

 Dieter Roth, Schokoladenplätzchenbild, 1969, Kem collection, Germany, photo by N


Dieter Roth, Schokoladenplätzchenbild, 1969, Kem collection, Germany, photo by N

 

Michelangelo Pistoletto, Bottle, 1963, Cittadellarte-Pistoletto Foundation, Biella, photo by N

Michelangelo Pistoletto, Bottle, 1963, Cittadellarte-Pistoletto Foundation, Biella, photo by N

 

Alain Jaquet, Dèjeuner sur l' herbe, 1964, Kem collection, Germany, photo by N

Alain Jaquet, Dèjeuner sur l’ herbe, 1964, Kem collection, Germany, photo by N

 

 

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photo by N

Art and food”, the exhibition curated by Germano Celantrunning through 1st November 2015 -, was recently opened at the Milan Triennale Design Museum, which is the only thematic area placed in the Milan city centre of event Expo Milan 2015. It was a smashing display of art exploring the relationship with food, emphasized by many references and an amazing selections of objects and furniture. I start talking about that in reverse, showing  many works being in third section of the exhibition which is placed on the first floor of museum, featuring celebrated contemporary artworks (paintings, sculptures, videos and installations). That is the part of exhibition I appreciated mostly for its lightness though the myriad of artworks that here were on show – among whom I was glad to see the works by Joel-Peter Witkin, Gregory Crewdson, an installation by the fashion designer Issey Miyake along with the ones made by other celebrated artists.

L’ INAUGURAZIONE DELLA MOSTRA “ART & FOOD” AL MUSEO DEL DESIGN DELLA TRIENNALE DI MILANO (1)

Jeff Koons, Cake, 1995-1997, private collection, photo by N

Jeff Koons, Cake, 1995-1997, private collection, photo by N

Art and food”, la mostra curata da Germano Celantche prosegue fino all’ 1 novembre 2015 -, è stata recentemente inaugurata presso il Museo del Design della Triennale di Milano, unica area tematica ubicata nel centro di Milano dell’ evento Expo Milano 2015. Una formidabile rassegna d’ arte che esplora la relazione con il cibo, enfatizzata da plurimi riferimenti e una incredibile selezione di oggetti e arredi. Ne comincio a parlare a ritroso, mostrando varie opere che si trovano nella terza sezione della mostra che è ubicata al primo piano del museo, di cui sono protagoniste vare opere d’ arte contemporanea (dipinti, sculture, collage, video e installazioni). Questa è la parte della mostra che ho apprezzato di più per la sua leggerezza nonostante la myriade delle opere d’ arte ivi esposte – tra cui mi ha rallegrato vedere le opere di Joel-Peter Witkin, Gregory Crewdson, un’ installazione del fashion designer Issey Miyake insieme a quelle di molti altri celebri artisti.

  Jeff Koons, bread with egg, 1995-1997, courtesy the artist and Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris


Jeff Koons, bread with egg, 1995-1997, courtesy the artist and Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris, photo by N

 

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photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

 

Tom Friedman, big big mac, 2013, courtesy of Luhring Augustine, New York and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

Tom Friedman, big big mac, 2013, courtesy of Luhring Augustine, New York and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

 

Inka Shonibare Mbe, Champagne kid(Fallen), B(w)anker (2), 2013, courtesy of the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery London, photo by N

Inka Shonibare Mbe, Champagne kid(Fallen), B(w)anker (2), 2013, courtesy of the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery London, photo by N

 

Wim Delvoye, Personal cloaca, 2006, courtesy of the artist

Wim Delvoye, Personal cloaca, 2006, courtesy of the artist

 

Nate Lowman, Blood orange is the new kale, 2013, courtesy of the artist

Nate Lowman, Blood orange is the new kale, 2013, courtesy of the artist

 

Elad Lassry, Kitchen, 2010, private collection, Milan, Eggs, 2010, Carlo Beldi Collection, Milan, Meat, Onion, 2010, Ringier Collection Switzerland, Short ribs, eggs, 2012, private collection, photo by N

Elad Lassry, Kitchen, 2010, private collection, Milan, Eggs, 2010, Carlo Beldi Collection, Milan, Meat, Onion, 2010, Ringier Collection Switzerland, Short ribs, eggs, 2012, private collection, photo by N

 

Mario Botta, La Petra Winery, Suvereto, 2003, Petra, Terra Moretti Group, photo by N

Mario Botta, La Petra Winery, Suvereto, 2003, Petra, Terra Moretti Group, photo by N

 

Gae Aulenti, Tenuta di Campo Sasso, Bibbona, 2003-2004, Gae Aulenti Archive,  photo by N

Gae Aulenti, Tenuta di Campo Sasso, Bibbona, 2003-2004, Gae Aulenti Archive, photo by N

 

Renzo Piano,  La Rocca Winery at Frassinello, Gavorrano, 2006, photo by N

Renzo Piano, La Rocca Winery at Frassinello, Gavorrano, 2006, photo by N

 

Richard Meier, Felida, 2012, courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

Richard Meier, Felida, 2012, courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

 

Igor Baskakov, Mars, 1999, courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

Igor Baskakov, Mars, 1999, courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

 

Igor Baskakov, Twix, 2001, courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

Igor Baskakov, Twix, 2001, courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

 

Jani Leinonen, Or Flakes: Slave or Slut, 2010, courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

Jani Leinonen, Or Flakes: Slave or Slut, 2010, courtesy Galerie Gmurzynska AG, photo by N

 

Nathalie Djurberg, man with the ice-cream, 2012, The Michael Storåkems Collection, photo by N

Nathalie Djurberg, man with the ice-cream, 2012, The Michael Storåkems Collection, photo by N

 

Nathalie Djurberg, bang your little drums, duration 10'42", music by Hans Berg, Giò Marconi, Milan

Nathalie Djurberg, bang your little drums, duration 10’42”, music by Hans Berg, Giò Marconi, Milan

 

Marc Quinn, Flesh painting( on sensualism), 2012, private collection, photo by N

Marc Quinn, Flesh painting( on sensualism), 2012, private collection, photo by N

 

Cai Guo-Qiang, Sunshine and solitude: poppy flowers, 2010, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

Cai Guo-Qiang, Sunshine and solitude: poppy flowers, 2010, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

 

Pleats please by Issey Miyake, photo by N

Pleats please by Issey Miyake, photo by N

 

Pleats please by Issey Miyake, phot by N

Pleats please by Issey Miyake, phot by N

 

Pleats please by Issey Miyake, phot by N

Pleats please by Issey Miyake, phot by N

 

Pleats please by Issey Miyake, phot by N

Pleats please by Issey Miyake, phot by N

 

Hassan Hajjaj, Ilham, 2000, courtesy of the artist and Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York

Hassan Hajjaj, Ilham, 2000, courtesy of the artist and Taymour Grahne Gallery, New York

 

Miles Aldridge, first impression 1, firts impression 2, 2006, courtesy Steven Kasher Gallery, New York, photo by N

Miles Aldridge, first impression 1, firts impression 2, 2006, courtesy Steven Kasher Gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Paul McCarthy, Bossy burger, 1991, video, duration 58' 59", photo by N

Paul McCarthy, Bossy burger, 1991, video, duration 58′ 59″, photo by N

 

Mona Hatoum, Deep throat, 1996, courtesy by the artist

Mona Hatoum, Deep throat, 1996, courtesy by the artist

 

Mona Hatoum, Deep throat, 1996, courtesy by the artist

Mona Hatoum, Deep throat, 1996, courtesy by the artist

 

Shen Wei, Bag from the series "Table setting", 2010, courtesy of the artist and Flowers Gallery, New York

Shen Wei, Bag from the series “Table setting”, 2010, courtesy of the artist and Flowers Gallery, New York

 

Thomas Demand, Stove, 2014, courtesy of the artist, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn,  Sprüth Magers, photo by N

Dennis Oppheneim, Sleeping dogs, 1997, private collection, photo by N

 

Ron Mueck, Woman with shopping, 2013, Fondation Cartier pour l' art contemporain, Paris, photo by N

Ron Mueck, Woman with shopping, 2013, Fondation Cartier pour l’ art contemporain, Paris, photo by N

 

George Steinmetz, at the Nutribras pig farm in Brazil, 2nd September 2013, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

George Steinmetz, at the Nutribras pig farm in Brazil, 2nd September 2013, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

 

Barbara Kruger, untitled( God sends the meat and the devil cooks), 1988, collection famille Servais, photo by N

Barbara Kruger, untitled( God sends the meat and the devil cooks), 1988, collection famille Servais, photo by N

 

house of bread, photo by N

house of bread, photo by N

 

house of bread, photo by N

house of bread, photo by N

 

Vanessa Beecroft, VB 52.168.NT, 2003-2007, private collection, courtesy of Galleria Lia Rumma, Milano, Napoli, photo by N

Vanessa Beecroft, VB 52.168.NT, 2003-2007, private collection, courtesy of Galleria Lia Rumma, Milano, Napoli, photo by N

 

Frank O. Gehry, the gift fish, 1985, Castello di Rivoli Contemporary Art Museum, long term deposit Marco Rivetti Foundation, Rivoli-Turin, photo by N

Frank O. Gehry, the gift fish, 1985, Castello di Rivoli Contemporary Art Museum, long term deposit Marco Rivetti Foundation, Rivoli-Turin, photo by N

 

Andres Serrano, black supper, 1990, private collection, London, photo by N

Andres Serrano, black supper, 1990, private collection, London, photo by N

 

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

Sophie Calle, The chromatic diet, 1998, courtesy of the artist and Paula Cooper gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Marina Abramovic, the onion, 1995, courtesy Marina Abramovic and Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, photo by N

Marina Abramovic, the onion, 1995, courtesy Marina Abramovic and Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Joann Verburg, still life with Jim, 1991, courtesy of the artist and Pace MacGill Gallery, New York, photo by N

Joann Verburg, still life with Jim, 1991, courtesy of the artist and Pace MacGill Gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Mimmo Jodice, Eden-opera n. 45, 48, 1995, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

Mimmo Jodice, Eden-opera n. 45, 48, 1995, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

 

Sally Mann, Yard eggs, 1991, courtesy of the artist and Gagosian Gallery New York, photo by N

Sally Mann, Yard eggs, 1991, courtesy of the artist and Gagosian Gallery New York, photo by N

 

Giovanni Gastel, Ricerca, 1991, courtesy Image Srl for Giovanni Gastel, photo by N

Giovanni Gastel, Ricerca, 1991, courtesy Image Srl for Giovanni Gastel, photo by N

 

Giovanni Gastel, Mondo uomo, 1985, courtesy Image Srl for Giovanni Gastel, photo by N

Giovanni Gastel, Mondo uomo, 1985, courtesy Image Srl for Giovanni Gastel, photo by N

 

Jannis Kounellis, Untitled, 2013, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

Jannis Kounellis, Untitled, 2013, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

 

Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (Sunday roast), 2005, courtesy of the artist and Gagosian Gallery, New York, photo by N

Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (Sunday roast), 2005, courtesy of the artist and Gagosian Gallery, New York, photo by N

 

Subodh Gupta, Ancestor cupboard, 2012, courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth, London/Zurich, photo by N

Subodh Gupta, Ancestor cupboard, 2012, courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth, London/Zurich, photo by N

 

Mario Merz, Igloo of bread, 1989, Mario Merz Collection, Turin

Mario Merz, Igloo of bread, 1989, Mario Merz Collection, Turin

 

Cindy Sherman, Untitled Metropolis, 1987-1991, Pierre Huber Collection, photo by N

Cindy Sherman, Untitled Metropolis, 1987-1991, Pierre Huber Collection, photo by N

 

Robert Mapplethorpe, Fish, Eggplant, Corn, Grapes, 1985, Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, New York, photo by N

Robert Mapplethorpe, Fish, Eggplant, Corn, Grapes, 1985, Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, New York, photo by N

 

Joel-Peter Witkin, Vanity, New Mexico, 1990, Witkin, Feast of fools, 1990, Still life, Marseille, 1992, Harvest, New Mexico, 1981, courtesy of the artist and Boudoin Lebon, photo by N

Joel-Peter Witkin, Vanity, New Mexico, 1990, Witkin, Feast of fools, 1990, Still life, Marseille, 1992, Harvest, New Mexico, 1981, courtesy of the artist and Boudoin Lebon, photo by N

 

Joel-Peter Witkin, Vanity, New Mexico, 1990,courtesy of the artist and Boudoin Lebon, photo by N

Joel-Peter Witkin, Vanity, New Mexico, 1990,courtesy of the artist and Boudoin Lebon, photo by N

 

Braco Dimitrijevic, Heralds of post history, 1997, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

Braco Dimitrijevic, Heralds of post history, 1997, courtesy of the artist, photo by N

 

 

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