Andreas Slominski, ‘GGG 1780 x 1533’, 2016, PROYECTOSMONCLOVA
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GGG 1780 x 1533, 2016

Metal, aluminum, lacquer paint, light grey, RAL 7035
72 2/5 × 64 3/5 × 3 1/2 in
184 × 164 × 9 cm
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Mexico City
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Andreas Slominski
German, b. 1959
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With a reputation for eccentricity, wit, and intellect, Andreas Slominski produces concept-driven works that explore daily experience and personal obsession. Slominski established his provocative reputation with a series of humorous interventions—planting a dead tree stump among the lindens of Berlin, staging an art show opening with no art except the artist himself lurking in the hedges, coaxing a giraffe to lick a stamp. His best known works are sculptural installations that transform everyday objects into curious occasions for reflection and interaction, as in his 2005 exhibition of a series of "traps" set for various creatures. For Sperm (2012), he (allegedly) splashed gallery walls and floors with the semen of men and bulls.

Andreas Slominski, ‘GGG 1780 x 1533’, 2016, PROYECTOSMONCLOVA
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About the work
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Andreas Slominski
German, b. 1959
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With a reputation for eccentricity, wit, and intellect, Andreas Slominski produces concept-driven works that explore daily experience and personal obsession. Slominski established his provocative reputation with a series of humorous interventions—planting a dead tree stump among the lindens of Berlin, staging an art show opening with no art except the artist himself lurking in the hedges, coaxing a giraffe to lick a stamp. His best known works are sculptural installations that transform everyday objects into curious occasions for reflection and interaction, as in his 2005 exhibition of a series of "traps" set for various creatures. For Sperm (2012), he (allegedly) splashed gallery walls and floors with the semen of men and bulls.

GGG 1780 x 1533, 2016

Metal, aluminum, lacquer paint, light grey, RAL 7035
72 2/5 × 64 3/5 × 3 1/2 in
184 × 164 × 9 cm
Sold
Location
Mexico City
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