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‘I provide the board, the pieces and the dice, but you are the ones that have to play’-Douglas Gordon
Over the past decade Douglas Gordon has received recognition as one of the most exciting and challenging British artist working today. His deployment ofR200.00 inc. VAT
“Every subject is a reason to make a picture.”R200.00 inc. VAT
Olafur Eliasson (b. 1967) pushes the boundaries of space using materials such as lights, mirrors, and water in conjunction with architectural and landscape settings.R200.00 inc. VAT
‘I am a tree, so to speak. The trunk is fairly straight and traditional. Where my art has left to go on different excursions there are branches like Pop Art, wood engraving and Ruralism… What I am working on now is in direct line with what preoccupied me years ago; the same fantasies.’-Peter Blake
Peter Blake is one of the most influential and original artistsR200.00 inc. VAT
The work of Richard Wilson (b.1953) often comes closer to engineering or even architecture than it does to traditional sculpture. Typically he transforms the viewer’s environment into something unsettling and strange by the interventions he makes, whether in the internal space of a gallery, the structure of a building or in one of the ships with which he has a particular affinity.
Perhaps Wilson’s best-known work is 20:50 for which he flooded a gallery space withR200.00 inc. VAT
During a career that has brought her controversy and acclaim in equal measure, Sarah Lucas has made art from the discarded and unexpected, incorporating such diverse materials as cigarettes, food, second-hand furniture andHave no product in the cart!