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Mona Hatoum

A Pile of Bricks, 2019

Bricks, wood, metal and rubber
37 2/5 × 67 3/10 × 24 in
95 × 171 × 61 cm
This is a unique work.
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London, Hong Kong
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Mona Hatoum
British-Palestinian, b. 1952
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Mona Hatoum’s works explore themes of home and displacement through the perspective of the …

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Mona Hatoum’s works explore themes of home and displacement through the perspective of the Palestinian exile, using common domestic objects that often, on closer inspection, reveal menacing qualities. Hatoum’s collection of sculptures and installations incorporates motifs of containment and violence, from steel cages …

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Mona Hatoum
British-Palestinian, b. 1952
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Mona Hatoum’s works explore themes of home and displacement through the perspective of the …

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Mona Hatoum’s works explore themes of home and displacement through the perspective of the Palestinian exile, using common domestic objects that often, on closer inspection, reveal menacing qualities. Hatoum’s collection of sculptures and installations incorporates motifs of containment and violence, from steel cages …

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Mona Hatoum

A Pile of Bricks, 2019

Bricks, wood, metal and rubber
37 2/5 × 67 3/10 × 24 in
95 × 171 × 61 cm
This is a unique work.
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location
London, Hong Kong
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