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Photos of three works installed in London

Here are some photos of three works of ours – Catt, Stolen Pieces and Darko Maver – installed in the group show “Looking at one thing and thinking of something else, Part Four: Disrupt / Disorder / Display”, at Carroll / Fletcher, London. The large, framed prints feature the photos of the Stolen Pieces fragments, while the smaller, unframed photos feature either us taking […]

Pre Owned: Looks Good Man

Here’s how our work Darko Maver – a ficticious artist we created in 1998 – is currently installed at London’s Cell Project Space for a group show curated by Morgan Quaintance Pre Owned: Looks Good Man. On the left are Darko Maver’s portrait and the photo of his death, the big “double frames” are two works of his, with […]

Darko Maver (1998-99)

In 1998 we invented a reclusive artist named Darko Maver. His life was set in former Yugoslavia and heavily influenced by the ongoing war.         His early works were life-size sculpture supposedly made of wax, rubber and fabric.     Darko Maver (Dead Hand) 1999 Found photograph, frames, caption       […]

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