Gordon Matta-Clark, Bronx Floor, 1972, architecture fragment (wood, Linoleum, metal, and plaster) and three black-and-white photographs, installation view.
©GRAYSC.DE/COURTESY THE ESTATE OF GORDON MATTA-CLARK, DAVID ZWIRNER, NEW YORK, AND GALERIE THOMAS SCHULTE, BERLIN
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