Anders Ruhwald, "like the new past," 2011, installation shot from the exhibition "Overthrown: Clay without Limits" at the Denver Art Museum. Glazed earthenware and mixed media. Courtesy of Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco. Photo by Jeff Wells.
Yayoi Kusama b. 1929 "Flowers that Bloom Tomorrow" inscribed Yayoi Kusama and dated 2011, fiberglass reinforced plastic, metal and urethane paint; 86 ½ by 80 ¾ by 72 ⅝ in. Conceived in 2011 and executed in an edition of 3.
Installation view from "If You Lived Here You’d Be Home By Now," Center for Curatorial Studies, Hessel Museum of Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, June 25 – December 16, 2011. Curated by Tom Eccles, Josiah McElheny, and Lynne Cooke. Photo: Chris Kendall
Shannon Ebner. "and, per se and," 2011. Installation at the Venice Biennale. Painted wood, steel, aluminum, light-emitting diodes, photovoltaic solar cells, marine battery. 96 x 48 x 33 in. Courtesy the artist, Wallspace, New York; Altman Siegel, San Francisco; and Kaufmann Repetto, Milan.
Pablo Reinoso, b. 1955, “The Talking Bench,” inscribed Reinoso with the artist's monogram, dated 2011, numbered 1/8 and with the Fonderie de Coubertin foundry stamp, painted steel; 256 by 118 ¼ by 110 ⅓ in. Conceived in 2011 and cast in an edition of 8 plus four artist's proofs.