Wim Delvoye, ‘Flatbed Trailer’, 2014, Gary Tatintsian Gallery
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Wim Delvoye

Flatbed Trailer, 2014

Laser-cut stainless steel
19 7/10 × 121 3/10 × 18 9/10 in
50 × 308 × 48 cm
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Gary Tatintsian Gallery
Moscow

With the body of Gothic works that evolved since the early 2000s Wim Delvoye walks a thin line …

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Wim Delvoye
Belgian, b. 1965
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Contemporary “Neo-Conceptual” artist Wim Delvoye’s practice is defined by an ability to both to shock and intrigue. Delvoye has made x-rays of sexual acts (“Sex Rays”), tattooed live pigs, designed intricate laser-cut steel towers, and carved delicately patterned rubber tires. Despite the technical mastery he demonstrates in many of his sculpted works, Deloyve has famously proclaimed that “all art is useless.” For Cloaca (2000), Delovye created a digestive machine: a complex contraption, installed in a museum gallery space, whose sole purpose was to turn food into feces.

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Gary Tatintsian Gallery
Moscow

With the body of Gothic works that evolved since the early 2000s Wim Delvoye walks a thin line between exploring artistic styles of the past and monumentality – by highlighting the medieval Gothic, interpreting it with contemporary themes and industrial techniques, he is aiming to create a new form of contemporary …

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Wim Delvoye
Belgian, b. 1965
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Contemporary “Neo-Conceptual” artist Wim Delvoye’s practice is defined by an ability to both to shock and intrigue. Delvoye has made x-rays of sexual acts (“Sex Rays”), tattooed live pigs, designed intricate laser-cut steel towers, and carved delicately patterned rubber tires. Despite the technical mastery he demonstrates in many of his sculpted works, Deloyve has famously proclaimed that “all art is useless.” For Cloaca (2000), Delovye created a digestive machine: a complex contraption, installed in a museum gallery space, whose sole purpose was to turn food into feces.

Wim Delvoye

Flatbed Trailer, 2014

Laser-cut stainless steel
19 7/10 × 121 3/10 × 18 9/10 in
50 × 308 × 48 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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