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  • Provenance

    Modern Art, London

  • Catalogue Essay

    “Their first solo exhibition — "British Rubbish," in London in 1996 — parodied the hype and the stereotyping rampant in the art world, and the two have continued to investigate, criticize, and capitalize on modern PR techniques and post-Warholian aspects of the lust for celebrity. Their interest in advertising and excess extends to the body of work they’re best known for — over-the-top sculptures made from flashing commercial lights and using the vocabulary of Las Vegas casinos to embody contradictory elements of Western culture, like our simultaneous cravings for love and fame/immortality/riches.” (Randi Hopkins, “Trash and Vaudeville”, The Boston Phoenix, April 9-15, 2004)



Sculpture in two parts with reflector caps, 98 lightbulbs, foamex, and electronics.
Overall 31.3 x 94 x 4 in. (79.4 x 238.75 x 10.1 cm).
This work is from an edition of five.

$300,000 - 400,000 

Sold for $192,000

Contemporary Art Part I

16 Nov 2006, 7pm
New York