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Robert Delaunay (1885-1941), ‘Delires Alchimie du verbe’ (with Arthur Rimbaud ‘Une saison en enfer’), 1914, watercolor on paper.

Robert Delaunay (1885-1941), ‘Delires Alchimie du verbe’ (with Arthur Rimbaud ‘Une saison en enfer’), 1914, watercolor on paper.

Marcel Broodthaers (1924-1976), ‘Palette P’, 1974, gouache, pastel sur papier, 41,2 x 34,8 cm.

Marcel Broodthaers (1924-1976), ‘Palette P’, 1974, gouache, pastel sur papier, 41,2 x 34,8 cm.

Spencer Keeton Cunningham, 2013, Seattle.

Spencer Keeton Cunningham, 2013, Seattle.

Chanel, ‘No 68, ready-to-wear spring-summer 2014 show’, 2013, Paris.

Chanel, ‘No 68, ready-to-wear spring-summer 2014 show’, 2013, Paris.

Saul Steinberg (1914-1999), ‘Parade’, 1952, ink and colored pencil on paper, 36 x 57,5 cm.

Saul Steinberg (1914-1999), ‘Parade’, 1952, ink and colored pencil on paper, 36 x 57,5 cm.

Günther Förg (b 1952), ‘Untitled’, 2008, acrylic and oil on canvas, 114 ⅛ x 157 ½ in.

Günther Förg (b 1952), ‘Untitled’, 2008, acrylic and oil on canvas, 114 ⅛ x 157 ½ in.

Jean-Michel Sanejouand (b 1934), ‘Coupe de cailloux peints’ [bowl of painted stones], 1963, porcelain, painted pebbles, 22 x 22 x 20 cm.

Jean-Michel Sanejouand (b 1934), ‘Coupe de cailloux peints’ [bowl of painted stones], 1963, porcelain, painted pebbles, 22 x 22 x 20 cm.

Lenka Clayton (b 1977), ‘7,000 Stones’, 2009, seven thousand stones hand-numbered from 1 to 7000, white paint, permanent black marker.

Lenka Clayton (b 1977), ‘7,000 Stones’, 2009, seven thousand stones hand-numbered from 1 to 7000, white paint, permanent black marker.

Mark Wallinger (b 1959), ‘Steine’, 2010, one thousand stones hand-numbered from 1 to 1000, permanent white marker.

Mark Wallinger (b 1959), ‘Steine’, 2010, one thousand stones hand-numbered from 1 to 1000, permanent white marker.

Jeremy Deller (b 1966), ‘Sacrilege’, 2012, Inflatable Stonehenge, ø 34 m, 7 m high. Installation view in Paris, October 2012. (Photo JdB)

Jeremy Deller (b 1966), ‘Sacrilege’, 2012, Inflatable Stonehenge, ø 34 m, 7 m high. Installation view in Paris, October 2012. (Photo JdB)