Brandler Galleries

In the darkest hour there may be light. London

In the darkest hour there may be light. London

arthurleelove by jim lambie

Jim Lambie

ArthurLeeLove

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open pixel print by angela bulloch

Angela Bulloch

Open Pixel Print

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proposal for a public place by angus fairhurst

Angus Fairhurst

Proposal for a Public Place

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box by damien hirst

Damien Hirst

Box

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la pleiade by dan brown

Dan Brown

La Pleiade

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reclining cup by gavin turk

Gavin Turk

Reclining Cup

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accelerate your escape by haim steinbach

Haim Steinbach

Accelerate your escape

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the jack ass (clambake) by john currin

John Currin

The Jack Ass (Clambake)

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impossible dreams by john isaacs

John Isaacs

Impossible dreams

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spot the dogging by laurence owen

Laurence Owen

Spot the Dogging

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skull by marcus harvey

Marcus Harvey

Skull

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consumables by michael joo

Michael Joo

Consumables

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Saturday, November 25, 2006Sunday, January 28, 2007


Essex, CT USA

A collection of 23 prints published in 2006 by the Serpentine Gallery, London and Other Criteria on the occasion of the exhibition In the darkest hour there may be light, works from Damien Hirst's murderme collection.