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Anya Gallaccio

Anya Gallaccio’s site-specific exhibition at the Tate Britain in 2002 – the year before she was shortlisted for the Turner Prize. Gallaccio’s exhibition of new sculptures is on view at 201 Chrystie.

Christian Lemmerz

Christian Lemmerz

Christian Lemmerz’ oeuvre’s span is extensive and pluralistic. Regardless of the material, the form or the medium employed, Lemmerz’ work can generally be characterized by aesthetics of effect.

Anya Gallacio makes my heart melt

Because Nothing Has Changed by Anya Gallaccio. Exhibitions: I is for Ice;

"Who can I turn to if I turn away", 2005 // The middle room displays a big dark tree with sturdy branches and a series of ceramic apples hanging down on black ropes from one branch. This bronze tree with the title who can I turn to if you turn away is a cast of a tree that Gallaccio found in California, having fallen victim to woodpeckers. The woodpecker’s tracks were used to thread the ropes with apples.

"Who can I turn to if I turn away", 2005 // The middle room displays a big dark tree with sturdy branches and a series of ceramic apples hanging down on black ropes from one branch. This bronze tree with the title who can I turn to if you turn away is a cast of a tree that Gallaccio found in California, having fallen victim to woodpeckers. The woodpecker’s tracks were used to thread the ropes with apples.

Anya Gallaccio: Where is Where it's at @THOMAS DANE GALLERY

memo (overseas): ex-chamber museum

Beat, an installation by Anya Gallaccio, at Tate Britain

Simon Schama on Anya Gallaccio's new landscape art

Anya Gallaccio's new installation at Tate Britain features seven large tree trunks and a lot of sugar. Just a natural extension of landscape art, says Simon Schama

2014 "I still cant remember when or how I lost my way"

2014 "I still cant remember when or how I lost my way"

glaschu, planted green line set in concrete floor by Anya Gallaccio nature meets man-made

Glaschu - 1999 - planted green line in poured concrete floor - Anya Gallaccio - nature meets man-made

Stuart Franklin UK. London. 2009. An installation in Trafalgar Square called Ghost Forest by Angela Palmer. 10 tree stumps shipped in from Ghana are on display. Ghana has lost 90% of its primary forest over the past 50 years. The installation is a protest against deforestation and climate change. 2009.

Stuart Franklin UK. London. 2009. An installation in Trafalgar Square called Ghost Forest by Angela Palmer. 10 tree stumps shipped in from Ghana are on display. Ghana has lost 90% of its primary forest over the past 50 years. The installation is a protest against deforestation and climate change. 2009.

Anya Gallaccio, intensities and surfaces, photographed in April 1996

intensities and surfaces part of Tate's Gallery of Lost Art exhibition

Anya Gallaccio - Silver-leafed Pine Tree

Anya Gallaccio, Begin Again To The Summoning Birds, 2005 Silver Leaf

Bharti Kher exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, New York | Art | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Bharti Kher exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, New York

This would be a great idea for an art installation at sponsored events and or dealership exhibits. Bharti Kher exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, New York

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