Constantin Brancusi, ‘Colonne sans fin,’ 1937-38

Tal Streeter, Endless Column, 1968
Tal Streeter, ‘Endless Column’, 1968

Glenn Ligon, Endless Column-Nu Nile (Yellow), 1985
Glenn Ligon, ‘Endless Column-Nu Nile (Yellow)’, 1985

Guillaume Paris, Endless Love, 1991
Guillaume Paris,’ Endless Love’, 1991

Richard Pettibone, ‘Column of Infinity’, 2000

Gérard Collin-Thiébaut, ‘Marcel Brancusi, démultiple Marcel’, 1987

Pravdoliub Ivanov, ‘Monument to the Unknown Washerwoman’, 2005

Derek Sullivan, Amnesiac, 2005
Derek Sullivan, ‘Amnesiac’, 2005

Subodh Gupta, ‘A Giant Leap of Faith’, 2006

Kristof Kintera, ‘Do it yourself (after Brancusi)’, 2007

Brad Downe, Ashtray Column, 2007
Brad Downe, ‘Ashtray Column’, 2007

Dominique Toutant, ‘Brancusi St-Hubert’, 2008

Batoul Shimi, 2008

Kader Attia, La colonne sans fin, 2008
Kader Attia, ‘La colonne sans fin,’ 2008

Rainier Lericolais, suspension, 2010, brushed tin, 236x30cm
Rainier Lericolais, ‘Suspension’, 2010

Susana Reisman, ‘Endless Column (after Constantin Brancusi)’, 2010
Susana Reisman, ‘Endless Column (after Constantin Brancusi)’, 2010

Lance Wakeling, ‘Infinite Column TV’, 2011

Adam Pendleton, ‘I smashed my sickening face’, 2012
Adam Pendleton, ‘I smashed my sickening face’, 2012

Josephine Meckseper , ‘Las Meninas (2Xist),’ 2013, pigment prints on anodize aluminum, acrylic on wood, concrete, aluminum, bronze, and stainless steel in stainless steel and glass vitrine, 247.65 x 182.88 x 121.92 cm
Josephine Meckseper, ‘Las Meninas (2Xist),’ 2013

Angela Bulloch, ‘Heavy Metal Stack of Six: Red, Choc & Blue,’ ‘2016, powder coated steel painted Red, Sapphire Blue and , Deep Red, 300 x 80 x 50 cm, base: 100 x 100 x 1 cm
Angela Bulloch, ‘Heavy Metal Stack of Six: Red, Choc & Blue,’ 2016

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Marcel Duchamp, ‘Door: 11 Rue Larrey’, 1927

HC Westermann, ‘Little Egypt’, 1969, Douglas-fir, pine, oak, and bronze, 174 x 82.2 x 79.1 cm
HC Westermann, ‘Little Egypt’, 1969

Robert Overby, Blue Screen Door Map, 1970-1971 , concrete and steel, 203.2 x 114.3 x 12.7 cm
Robert Overby, ‘Blue Screen Door Map’, 1970-1971

George Maciunas, Giant Cutting Blades Door from Flux Combat with New York State Attorney (and Police), c. 1970-75
George Maciunas, ‘Giant Cutting Blades Door from Flux Combat with New York State Attorney (and Police)’, c. 1970-75

Richard Artschwager, Door, 1983-84
Richard Artschwager, ‘Door’, 1983-84

Robert Gober, Untitled Door and Door Frame, 1987-88
Robert Gober, ‘Untitled Door and ‘Door Frame,’ 1987-88

Etienne Bossut, 1001 nuits, 1989
Etienne Bossut, ‘1001 nuits’, 1989

Michelangelo Pistoletto, La Porta dello Specchio (The Door of the Mirror), 1994
Michelangelo Pistoletto, ‘La Porta dello Specchio (The Door of the Mirror)’, 1994

Rachel Whiteread, ‘In Out IV’, 2000, plasticized plaster with aluminium frame
Rachel Whiteread, ‘In Out IV’, 2000

Loris Cecchini, Stage evidence (Double soft door I), 2000, urethane rubber, 200 x 47.5 x 4 cm
Loris Cecchini, ‘Stage evidence (Double soft door I)’, 2000

Marcus Harvey, Large Door, 2001, oil on fiberglass, 117 x 45 in
Marcus Harvey, ‘Large Door’, 2001

Stano Masar, Doors, 2002
Stano Masar, ‘Doors’, 2002

Urs Fischer, Not My House, Not My Fire, 2004, polyester resin, polyurethane resin, polystyrene, epoxy glue, acrylic paint, acrylic primer, steel hinges, screws, and wood glue, 323 x 186 x 56 cm
Urs Fischer, ‘Not My House, Not My Fire’, 2004

Jim Lambie, Green Door, 2004
Jim Lambie, ‘Green Door’, 2004

André Guedes, Untitled (Garden, Phnom Penh, Cambodia), 2005. Door. This & There exhibition (2012). FR66, Paris
André Guedes, ‘Untitled (Garden, Phnom Penh, Cambodia)’, 2005

Ivan Navarro, Red Holeway, 2005, red incandescent light bulbs, aluminum door with mirrors and glass, transformer, power adapter., 218.4 x 101.6 x 20.3 cm
Ivan Navarro, ‘Red Holeway’, 2005

Gedi Sibony, So Long Ago, 1996-2006, wooden door, 224 × 54.5 cm
Gedi Sibony, ‘So Long Ago’, 1996-2006

Qiu Xiaofei, Untitled (green door / window) and Untitled (yellow door), 2005-2007, installations, fibreglass, acrylic, 198 x 98 cm
Qiu Xiaofei, ‘Untitled (green door / window) and Untitled (yellow door)’, 2005-2007

Ai Weiwei, Marble Door, 2007, marble, 209.5 x 79.3 x 6.3 cm
Ai Weiwei, ‘Marble Door’, 2007

Subodh Gupta, Door, 2007, brass, 205.7 x 86 x 12.7 cm
Subodh Gupta, ‘Door’, 2007

Ugo Rondinone, Fullblown Firmamental Fulfillment, 2008, wood, fittings, varnish, 114 x 79 x 7 in
Ugo Rondinone, ‘Fullblown Firmamental Fulfillment’, 2008

Hans Schabus, Upside Down (On Knees and Nose, 2008, door
Hans Schabus, ‘Upside Down (On Knees and Nose)’, 2008

Joris Van de Moortel, Door, 2010, Holz, Tür, Aluminium, Isoliermaterial, 302 x 192 x 20 cm
Joris Van de Moortel, ‘Door’, 2010

Sergei Tcherepnin, Pipers Revenge, 2012, wood door, transducer, variable dimensions
Sergei Tcherepnin, ‘Pipers Revenge’, 2012

Gavin Turk, LAge DOr, 2012, painted wood, 362 x 149 x 55 cm
Gavin Turk, ‘L’Age D’Or’, 2012

Didier Faustino, ‘Paranoid Android’, 2012, silicone rubber and painted steel structure, 380 x 170 x 250 cm. Domaine départemental de Chamarande, France
Didier Faustino, ‘Paranoid Android’, 2012

Tom Burr, ‘drunk emily’, 2014, at Franco Noero, Torino
Tom Burr, ‘drunk emily’, 2014


Marcel Duchamp, ‘L.H.O.O.Q.,’ 1919

Francis Picabia, Le double monde, 1919
Francis Picabia, ‘Le double monde’, 1919

Salvador Dali, ‘Autoportrait en Mona Lisa’, 1954

Luis Camnitzer, Hommage to Duchamp, 1980
Luis Camnitzer, ‘Hommage to Duchamp’, 1980

Daniel Spoerri (1930), ‘L. H. O. O. Q. Hommage à Marcel Duchamp (su dipinto di Rafray),’ 1993, mixed media on canvas, 61 x 93,5 cm
Daniel Spoerri, ‘L. H. O. O. Q. Hommage à Marcel Duchamp (su dipinto di Rafray),’ 1993

Thomas Lélu, ‘LVMHOOQ’, 2006

Subodh Gupta, Et tu, Duchamp?, 2009
Subodh Gupta, ‘Et tu, Duchamp?’, 2009

Darren Bader, Brian Kennon, Chris Lipomi, She Has a Hot Ass, 2009
Darren Bader, Brian Kennon, Chris Lipomi, ‘She Has a Hot Ass’, 2009

Patrick Guns, YHVH HOOQ, 2010 (collaboration with EYES-B)
Patrick Guns, ‘YHVH HOOQ’, 2010 (collaboration with EYES-B)

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