Joseph Beuys, The Pack, 1969
Joseph Beuys, The Pack, 1969 Joseph Beuys, Sled, 1969
Joseph Beuys, Fettbatterie (Fat Battery), 1963 -84.
Joseph Beuys, FOND VII/2, 1967 -84 Eight piles of felt, in varying heights, are topped with sheets of copper
How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare, 1965 The rue de Rivoli, May 1871
Joseph Beuys, Fat Chair, 1964 Gustave Caillebotte, Rue Halevy, 1878
Andy Warhol Portrait of Joseph Beuys 1980 Gustave Caillebotte, Rue Halevy, 1878
"Auschwitz-Demonstration 1956 -1964" The railroad bridge at Chatou destroyed during the Franco Prussian War, 1870
Beuys, I like America. . . 1974
Marcel Broodthaers. Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles, Section Financière (Museum of Modern Art, Department of Eagles, Financial Section). 1970 -1971. Gold bar stamped with an eagle.
Marcel Broodthaers. Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles
Marcel Broodthaers. Musee d'Art Moderne, Dkpartement des Aigles, Section XIX&me Si&cle. 1968. (Photos: Maria Gilissen. )
Marcel Broodthaers. Muske d'Art Moderne, Dkpartement des Aigles, Section des Figures. 1972
Claude Monet, Camille Monet on her deathbed, 1879
Daniel Buren: Les Deux Plateaux Entering the courtyard of the Palais Royal in Paris, you are confronted with 450 free-standing black-and-white striped concrete pillars.
Concept Spatiale, 1959. Lucio Fontana
Spatial Concept `Waiting' 1960
Photograph - "Living Sculpture" 1961 Piero Manzoni signed both men and woman
Yves Klein Morisot, The Toilet, 1875
Cassatt, Lydia Crocheting in a Garden, c. 1880
The Monotone Symphony March 9, 1960 On a clear night in March, at ten pm sharp, a crowd of one hundred people all dressed in formal black tie attire, came to the Galerie International d' Art Contemporain in Paris. The event was the first conceptual art piece to be shown at the gallery by their new artist, Mr. Yves Klein. The gallery was one of the finest in Paris. Mr. Klein in a black dinner jacket proceeded to conduct a ten piece orchestra seated on one side of the gallery. The orchestra was to play Mr. Kleins' personal composition of The Monotone Symphony first written by him in 1949. This symphony consisted of one note. As the music played three female models entered the room. They were all very beautiful and totally naked. The models were conducted as if instruments by Mr. Klein. Everything had been planed and composed to go perfectly. The music played for twenty minutes as the models painted each other from the buckets of IKB Blue paint - gently pressing each other against the paper that had been placed on one wall of the gallery. Mr. Klein wearing white gloves, never touched the paint - or the models. When the symphony stopped, it was followed by a strict twenty minutes of silence - a time in which everyone in the room willingly froze themselves in their own private meditational space. At the end of the performance everyone in the audience was fully aware they had been in the presence of a genius at work. Mr. Klein had triumphed! The performance had unquestionable poetic beauty, and Mr. Kleins' last words that night were the myth is in art.
MARIO MERZ 8 -5 -3, 1985 Metal tubes, glass, clamps, twigs and neon tubes
Per Barclay's Ballerina "Cathrine" (2002) and Mario Merz' Fibonacci Igloo (1972) at Galeria Giorgio Persano, Torino
Jannis Kounellis. (Greek, born 1936). Untitled. 1983. Steel beam, steel bed frame with propane gas torch, five steel shelves, smoke traces, and steel panel and shelf with wood,