Angelo Mangiarotti

Bronze vessel by Angelo Mangiorotti from the 60s. Bataglia Foundry for Bernini. Text from Domus 376, 1961 concidering the Bronze vessels: "The short life expectancy of every artistic product of today has probably lead, Mangiarotti to produce, by reaction, these solid, indestructible eternal pieces: simple and refined forms in wood or clay worked on a potters wheel then cast in bronze
1960, Bronze, H: 6 cm, W: 35 cm / 2,4 x 13,8 Inch

Gabriella Crespi

Gabriella Crespi cathedral window mirroir in brass, wood and glass, signed by the artist, accompanied by a certification by the Crespi archive, 70s;
H:86 x W:70 x D:17 cm / 33,9 x 27,6 x 6,7 Inch

Alexandre Noll

Alexandre Noll, oak bowl with original glass parts from the 50s,
signed H: 17 x L: 38 x W: 19 cm / 6,7 x 15 x 7,5 Inch

Jan Fisar

Unique Jan Fisar glass object from 1973
H: 165 x B: 93 x W: 9 cm / 65 x 36,6 x 3,5 Inch, signed

Donald Baechler

Donald Baechler, 1993, watercolour, gouache, graphite, acrylic, Ink and papercollage on paper,
H:135,8 x B:106 cm / 53,1 x 42 Inch

Vanessa Beecoft

Vanessa Beercoft, Gouache and colorpen on cut paper,
H:79,5 x B:40,7 cm / 31,2 x 16 Inch

Julius Heinrich Bissier

Julius Heinrich Bissier, carpet sketched by the artist, woven by his wife,
H:120 x B:70cm / 47,2 x 27,6 Inch

Richard Prince

Richard Prince, 2010, Heaven, Five C-prints, Edition of 10,complete
Portfolio, H:50.8 x B:61 cm / 20 x 24.02 Inch

Steven Klein

Steven Klein, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt,2005, gelatin silver print, flush-mounted and in the artist's original frame, accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity,
edition of 5, H:83 × B:103 cm / 32 5,8 × 40 1,2 Inch

Pierre Étaix

Pierre Étaix , Mon Oncle Jules of Jacques Tati,1985, lithograph in colours bakened on linen
H:1165 x B:114cm / 455 x 45 Inch

Amelie von Wulffen

Amelie von Wulffen, Gelatin silver print, 2006, singed and numbered on the back, edition of 15 unique versions,
handcolored,H: 150 x B: 98cm / 59 x 39 Inch

Joachim Ramin

Joachim Ramin, Germany 2015, aluminium base with six rotating illuminated arms, resin frontage with LED lights (can be dimmed). edition signed by the artist,
W: 22.5 cm , D:14 cm ,L: 59,5 / 8.86 Inch, 5.51 Inch, 23.43 Inch, edition of 5

Angelo Mangiarotti

Angelo Mangiarotti cube table lamp, iter Elettronica, 1972, signed with applied foil, manufacturer's label, literature: Interni,
no. 75, March 1972, 18 x 18 x 18 cm / 7 x 7 x 7 Inch

Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto, 2014, uses a 19th-century-style, large-format camera, exploring his idea of photography as a method for preserving and modeling time, the film that was screened when he took the photograph was Ladri di Biciclette/the Bicycle thief,
running time 1 hour 33 minutes Silver gelatin print, H: 25.4 ×B: 30.5 cm / 10 × 12 1,2 inch, edition of 25