Slavs and Tatars, PrayWay (installation view), 2012, silk and wood carpet, MDF, steel, neon. Courtesy the artists, Kraupa-Tuskany, Berlin, and The Third Line, Dubai. Photo credit: Benoit Pailley
Amalia Pica, Eavesdropping (Version #2, large), 2011, found drinking glasses, glue. Collection of James Keith Brown and Eric Deifenbach, New York.
Kemang Wa Lehulere, Remembering the Future of a Hole as a Verb 2 (detail), 2012, chalk, drawings, and photographs on paper. Courtesy the artist.
Pratchaya Phinthong, What I learned I no longer know; the little I still know, I guessed, 2009, Zimbabwean Dollar banknotes. Collection Kadist Art Foundation, Paris.
Hassan Khan, JEWEL, 2010, 35 mm film transferred to Blu-ray, color, sound, paint, speakers, light fixture; 6:30 min. Courtesy the artist and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris.
Mariana Telleria, Dias en que todo es verdad / Days of Truth (installation view), 2012, found and manipulated objects, wood shelves. Courtesy the artist and Galeria Alberto Sendrós, Buenos Aires. Photo credit: Benoit Pailley.
Cinthia Marcelle and Tiago Mata Machado, O Século [The Century], 2011, video, color, sound; 9:37 min. Coproduced with Pinchuk Art Centre, Kiev. Courtesy the artists and Galeria Vermelho, São Paulo.
The Propeller Group, TVC Communism (installation view), 2011, five-channel synchronized video installation and LED monitor, color, sound; 5:45 hour. Courtesy the artists. Photo credit: Benoit Pailley.