17 October 2015
Tony Cragg (b. 1949)
It is, isn't it
29 1/8 x 13 3/8 x 14 ¼in. (74 x 34 x 36cm.)
Executed in 2011
Lisson Gallery, London.
Private Collection (acquired from the above).
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Edinburgh, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Tony Cragg Sculptures and Drawings, 2011, no. 49 (another example exhibited, illustrated in colour, p. 80; another example exhibited, detail illustrated in colour, p. 81).
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