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Title: Female Bust
Artist: Italian
Title: Fender Champ - Assholes
Artist: Kaz Oshiro
Acrylic bondo on stretched canvas over wood (box)
Title: Fertility Object
Artist: Unknown
Mexican fertility object in bronze. Two pieces
Title: Flathead
Artist: Chris Berti
Title: Fluid Dynamic
Artist: Richard Sweeney
Title: Fly
Artist: De Vera
Title: Fly
Artist: De Vera
Title: Fly
Artist: De Vera
Title: Future Mutation
Artist: Luke Jerram
Title: Garden Phallus
Artist: Unknown
Title: Garden Phallus
Artist: Unknown
Title: Garden Phallus
Artist: Unknown
Title: Garden Phallus
Artist: Unknown
Title: Garden Phallus
Artist: Unknown
Title: Give or Take - How Do You Feel This Morning
Artist: Louise Bourgeois
Title: Golden Maple Leaf Mask
Artist: Unknown
Title: Google Eye Guy
Artist: Unknown
Title: Grasshopper
Artist: Unknown
Title: Grasshopper
Artist: Ernesto Tamariz
Sculptor specialising in monumental and public works of art, particularly across his native Mexico. This piece’s subtle rendering of the grasshopper in bronze has an angular, mechanised undercurrent that seems the result of a material and figural connection forged by the artist. mpressed signature and date to base: [E Tamariz Mexico 1956]. The artist Ernesto Tamariz was an important sculptor of iconic monuments in Mexico City. His work profoundly influenced me as a child. - David Cruz
Title: Green Neon Glass Sculpture
Artist: Brian Coleman
Title: Hand
Artist: Unknown
Title: Hanging Up The Laundry
Artist: Yi Hwan-Kwon
Title: Hanging Wood Fertility Object
Artist: Don Drumm
Title: Harlequin Mask
Artist: Unknown
Title: Head of Buddha
Artist: Unknown
Title: Hiniker Red
Artist: Jeremy Thomas
Title: Horse
Artist: Charles Beneke
Title: Horse 9
Artist: Jason Borders
Title: Hungarian
Artist: Geza Szollosi
Hungarian artist Geza Szollosi has focused his career on creating a form of modern body shock, utilising flesh and biologically-derived materials to explore a form of Freudian death drive through arresting visual art. “Hungarian 2” is of a series of works created through taxidermy, perverting the origins of the technique to create a mutation of the animal’s original form, the hide of the animals head inflated and stretched into a near-perfect spherical shape as a weird, unsettling proxy — retaining the recognisable features of the cow whilst rejectably unlike any natural or organic image. Through this, the boundary at which the identity is irreversibly altered or killed becomes stretched too.
Title: In Video
Artist: Don Drumm