David Shrigley (1968-, GB): "Tooth": "Dent", sculpture in polished solid brass - Edition of 80 copies. 2010

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David SHRIGLEY (1968): “Tooth”

Polished solid brass sculpture of a tooth

Edition of 80 copies

2010

The shipment will be made door to door, perfectly packaged and insured for its full value.

Provenance: French private collection. Purchased from Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, France.

"Artist David Shrigley has no qualms about playing on our fears of the dentist's chair by wildly exaggerating the size of a common molar cast from solid, heavy brass. First presented at the London Art Fair, the sculpture Shrigley's factual Brass Tooth – roots and all – is a humorously subversive attack on modern art; a surrealist work that he himself slyly calls "the heaviest little work of art [he] ever made .

Shrigley says the work will most certainly appeal to dentist and tooth enthusiasts. "It could also be used to crack nuts."

5500 €

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