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Josef Albers
Allan d’Arcangelo
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Richard Artschwager
Eduardo Arroyo
Bernard Aubertin

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Joost Baljeu
Vanessa Beecroft
Werner Berges
Joseph Beuys
Peter Blake
Alighiero E.  Boetti
Daniel Buren
Jean-Marc Bustamante

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Enrico Castellani
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Jan Cremer

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Gene Davis
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Jan Dibbets
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Nan Goldin

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Jiri Kolár
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Heinz Mack
Robert Mangold
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Robert Mapplethorpe
Mario Merz
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Luc Tuymans

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Ben Vautier
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Vanessa Beecroft

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Vogue Hommes, 2002, Two Pigment prints on photo rag paper, 61 x 49 cm

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Vanessa Beecroft's work addresses conceptual concerns as well as aesthetic concerns. Her performance art is often large scale and often involves live female models, often nude. At her performances, video recordings and photographs are made, to be exhibited as documentation of the performances, but also as separate works of art. She sets up a structure for the participants in her live events to create their own ephemeral composition. The performances are existential encounters between models and audience, their shame and their expectations. Each performance is made for a specific location and often references the political, historical, or social associations of the place where it is held. Beecroft's work is deceptively simple in its execution, provoking questions around identity politics and voyeurism in the complex relationship between viewer, model and context.