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Summer Group Show

July 20–September 15, 1997
Beverly Hills

Chris Burden, Another World II, 1993 Wood base, wood block buildings, glass river, 2 Titanic model boats, Meccano building parts, motor, 65 × 59 × 59 inches (165.1 × 149.9 × 149.9 cm)

Chris Burden, Another World II, 1993

Wood base, wood block buildings, glass river, 2 Titanic model boats, Meccano building parts, motor, 65 × 59 × 59 inches (165.1 × 149.9 × 149.9 cm)

Jake and Dinos Chapman, Shuffle, 1996 Fiberglass resin and paint, 50 × 24 × 23 inches (127 × 61 × 58.4 cm)

Jake and Dinos Chapman, Shuffle, 1996

Fiberglass resin and paint, 50 × 24 × 23 inches (127 × 61 × 58.4 cm)

Francesco Clemente, There, 1993 Pigment on canvas, 76 × 72 inches (193 × 182.9 cm)

Francesco Clemente, There, 1993

Pigment on canvas, 76 × 72 inches (193 × 182.9 cm)

Damien Hirst, Beautiful, cheap, shitty, too easy , anyone can do one, big, motor-driven, roto-heaven, corrupt, trashy, bad art, shito, motivating, captivating, over the sofa, celebrating painting, 1996 Household gloss paint on canvas, diameter: 120 inches (304.8 cm)© Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst, Beautiful, cheap, shitty, too easy , anyone can do one, big, motor-driven, roto-heaven, corrupt, trashy, bad art, shito, motivating, captivating, over the sofa, celebrating painting, 1996

Household gloss paint on canvas, diameter: 120 inches (304.8 cm)
© Damien Hirst

Ed Ruscha, The Mighty Ones, 1993 Acrylic on lunette-shaped canvas, 66 × 137 inches (167.7 × 348 cm)

Ed Ruscha, The Mighty Ones, 1993

Acrylic on lunette-shaped canvas, 66 × 137 inches (167.7 × 348 cm)

Robert Therrien, No Title (red devils), 1997 Mixed media on panel, 101 × 87 inches (256.5 × 221 cm)

Robert Therrien, No Title (red devils), 1997

Mixed media on panel, 101 × 87 inches (256.5 × 221 cm)

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Gagosian is pleased to present a group show including major works by Francesco Clemente, Frank Stella, Philip Taaffe, Robert Therrien, and Ed Ruscha. In addition, there will be a large Dollar Sign painting by Andy Warhol, an erotic sculpture by the London artists Dinos and Jake Chapman, a Spin painting by Damien Hirst, and a motorized work by Chris Burden, in which two models of the Titanic spin around an Eiffel Tower.