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Shop > Catalogues

#12646

Shoot the Lobster

Artist
Ryan Foerster
Price
$5.00
Date
2015
Publisher
Ryan Foerster
Format
Catalogues
Size
20 × 26.5 cm
Genre
Drawing, Photography, Essays, Catalogue
Description

Installation photo’s from Shoot the Lobster, with accompanying text by Frederic Sanchez.

From November 25 – December 26, 2014, it was possible to see a sculpture by New York artist Ryan Foerster hung on a drink vendor’s stand on a street in Saigon… This experience, an idea of gallerist Jose Martos, can be recreated in different contexts, always with the aim of asking questions about the status of the artwork and it’s autonomy, the exhibition and its forms.

Full colour throughout.
Staple-bound.

  1. shoot the lobster
 

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