12 February 2010
GARY WEBB (B. 1973)
CAPITAL CLAW 3
PERSPEX, PLASTIC MOULDED ROCK, POLISHED STEEL, GLASS, RUBBER MATS AND STROBE LIGHTS
77 3/8 X 42 1/8 X 51 3/8IN. (196 X 107 X 130CM.)
EXECUTED IN 2002, THIS WORK IS UNIQUE
THE APPROACH, LONDON.
ACQUIRED FROM THE ABOVE BY THE PRESENT OWNER.
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LONDON, THE ROYAL ACADEMY, THE GALLERIES SHOW 2002, SEPTEMBER 2002. REIMS, DOMAINE DE POMMERY, GENESIS, MAY-OCTOBER 2004.
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