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Art Brussels Booth C30 Prime


We’re proud to be participating in Art Brussels 2016, BOOTH C30 PRIME, exhibiting the works of Jeffrey Gibson alongside the legendary Hermann Nitsch.

Fair Dates: Friday 22 – Sunday 24, April 2016
VIP Preview: Thursday, 21 April
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2016 Wool, canvas, repurposed painting, glass beads, shell, steel, tin jingles, sequins, nylon fringe 61.5 x 43 in / 156 x 109 cm

Jeffrey Gibson
IN NUMBERS TOO BIG TO IGNORE, 2016
Wool, canvas, repurposed painting, glass beads, shell, steel, tin jingles, sequins, nylon fringe
61.5 x 43 in / 156 x 109 cm

2016 Repurposed Punching Bag, Repurposed Wool Army Blanket, Glass Beads, Metal Studs, Tin Jingles, Artificial Sinew, Nylon Fringe and Steel 80 x 14 x 14 in

Jeffrey Gibson
MANIFEST DESTINY, 2016
Repurposed Punching Bag, Repurposed
Wool Army Blanket, Glass Beads, Metal Studs, Tin Jingles, Artificial Sinew, Nylon Fringe and Steel
80 x 14 x 14 in

2012 Acrylic on Canvas 78.74 x 118.11 in / 200 x 300 cm

Hermann Nitsch
Schuttbild, 2012
Acrylic on Canvas 78.74 x 118.11 in / 200 x 300 cm

2009 Acrylic on Canvas and Painting Shirt 78.74 x 118.11 in 200 x 300 cm

Hermann Nitsch
Schuttbild, 2009
Acrylic on Canvas and Painting Shirt
78.74 x 118.11 in
200 x 300 cm

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