Wim Delvoye

SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia. Image courtesy of SCAD. Bernd Becher, Hilla Becher, Wohnhaus, Siegen, Westfalen, 1981
The ancient port city of Muziris, perched at the mouth of the Periyar River near the tip of the Indian subcontinent, offered harbor to merchant fleets of Greece, Rome, Phoenicia, and Egypt in the earliest centuries of global maritime trade.
It's a large box-type edifice built at a reported cost of more than $75 million into a sandstone cliff on a promontory a 30-minute ferry ride from Hobart, Tasmania's capital, on the north bank of the Derwent River.
When an art fair refers to itself only as "The Art Show," it certainly challenges itself to live up to the name. Yet after
Cloaca Professional: Media: Mixed Media Dimensions: L 710 x B 176 x H 285 cm Date: 2010 View: Monasism (22. 01.2011 - 19.07.2011
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