The Gallery as Art III
c. Michael St.Mark 2012
( Portable folding chair rack. Tate Britain, November 2012 )
Continuing on the series establishing a new sub genre in art, positing parts of the gallery itself is art in its own right.
Democratizing art, taking power away from the controlling elite & placing it back with the people.
Original concept, Michael St.Mark
Signed Edition of 100 fine art giclee prints, 24″ x 20″
*NB Exhibiting artists producing work using this new concept kindly have the integrity to credit Michael St.Mark with its inception ..to avoid your opening night parade being seriously rained upon.
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LONDON DADA’s home on the web;
I am quite impressed by the way this piece is being displayed. Is there any particular attribution to the tile patterns on that floor at Tate Britain?
Perhaps after Piet Mondrian, or something?
Hmmmmm strange one this it looks to me like an early example of a shopping trolley, abandoned as they often are and awaiting collection by a pimply youth from the local store.
It’s just a folding chair rack (sideways view), of which there are a few parked tidily away in quiet corners of TB.
Ready to be wheeled out and disgorged at the little in-gallery talks and events they throw from time to time.