The body, most visited subject in sculptural history, as interpreted by the least traditional of today’s sculptors. Paul McCarthy’s triple hyperreal casts of actress Elyse Poppers with legs spread; Pierre Huyghe’s reclining nude with head replaced by a living beehive; Cady Noland’s “Bluewald”, a photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald, just shot, silk-screened on aluminium and propped up like a target.

Other artists include Jeff Koons, Maurizio Cattelan, Isa Genzken, Thomas Schütte, Ugo Rondinone, Cathy Wilkes.

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