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Gagosian Quarterly

May 29, 2018

urs fischer: things

In midtown Manhattan, a new sculpture by Urs Fischer, entitled Things, was debuted in May 2018. Fischer and international curator, Francesco Bonami, discuss this unique exhibition with the Gagosian Quarterly.

Artwork © Urs Fischer; Video by Pushpin Films; Urs Fischer: Things, Gagosian, 511 Fifth Avenue, New York, May 15–June 23, 2018.

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