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Art evoques the Mystery without which the world would not exist
René Magritte 
Our Spot 1, by Takashi Murakami & Virgil Abloh (2018)
Technique: acrylic on canvas mounted on aluminum frame / Measures: 100 × 100 × 5 cm
Exhibition "Murakami & Abloh, Future History"
Gaza, by Ellsworth Kelly (1956)
Morgenthau Plan, by Anselm Kiefer (2012)
Technique: acrylic, emulsion, oil, and shellac on inkjet prints mounted on canvas
Met Museum, New York.
León Ferrari
The artist's family collection, Buenos Aires.
Red Block, by El Anatsui (2010)
Materials: found aluminum and copper wire / Measures: 509.91 x 334.01 cm
The Broad Museum, Los Angeles.
Mark Bradford
Exhibition "Au Diapason Du Monde"
Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris.
 “M.O.O.P.”, by Violet Dennison (2018)
Materials: seagrass collected in the Florida Keys, resin, and electrical metallic tubing conduit
2018 Triennal "Songs for Sabotage", at the New Museum in New York
Dancers on a Plane, by Jasper Johns (1980-1)
Exhibition "Something Resembling Truth"
The Broad Museum, Los Angeles.
Number 32, by Jackson Pollock (1950)
Kunstsammlung (K20), Dusseldorf.
Takashi Murakami
Exhibition "Au Diapason Du Monde"
Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris.
Donaueschingen, byAnselm Kiefer (1945)
Technique: oil and mixed media on canvas / Measures: 500 x 286 x 10 cm
Tefaf Art Fair, New York.
Woman IV, by Roy Lichtenstein
Morton y Barbara Mandel Collection - Sotheby’s New York
New York City, by Piet Mondrian (1942)
Technique: oil on canvas / Measures: 119.3 x 114.2 cm
Piet Mondrian

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