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Objects (2003)





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Part of the Series INSIDE THE TATE MODERN: A CENTURY OF MODERN ART, this three-part program explores the use of everyday objects in modern and contemporary art. The first part of the program begins with French Dada artist Marcel Duchamp's "Fountain," a work that famously made people look at urinals and ready-made art in a whole new way. Other artworks examined include Michael Craig-Martin's "Oak Tree," which consisted of a glass of water, and "Concert for Anarchy," with which Rebecca Horn hung a grand piano upside down from a ceiling. Minimalism forms the subject of the next segment, which focuses on the works "Thirty Pieces of Metal," by Cornelia Parker, and "Equivalent VIII," by Carl André. The final section of OBJECTS examines the work "Pharmacy" by controversial British artist Damien Hirst. Hirst himself appears in the program to discuss the intentions behind this piece.


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