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Nail Sewer Legs is a 2006 work by Liam Gillick and Philippe Parreno. It is part of the IMMA Permanent Collection.

Medium3D Lettering
Dimensions Object size
Object size
Credit LineIMMA Collection: IMMA Editions, Donated by the artist, 2006
EditionEdition 10/25
Item NumberIMMA.2213
Copyright For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].
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Liam Gillick, Philippe Parreno, Nail Sewer Legs, 2006, 3D Lettering, Object size|Object size, Collection Irish Museum of Modern Art, IMMA Editions, Donated by the artist, 2006

For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].

Liam Gillick

Liam Gillick b.1964

British artist Liam Gillick attended Hertfordshire College of Art and Goldsmiths College, London. Gillick’s practice encompasses a wide range of media and activities including sculpture, writing, architectural and graphic design, film, and music, as well as various critical and curatorial projects. His work as a whole is marked by a fondness for diversions and distractions, tangents and evasions. Gillick was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2002.

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Philippe Parreno

Philippe Parreno b.1964

Algerian/French artist Philippe Parreno (born 1964) works in installation, performance, photography, drawing, sculpture and film. Central to Parreno’s practice is his quest for an ultimate form of communication capable of transcending language.
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