Francis Alys recreating a political border between Israel and Jordan.

Francis Alÿs The Green Line (Sometimes doing something poetic can become political and sometimes doing something political can become poetic) 2005

Francis Alys, Don’t Cross the Bridge Before You Get to the River, 2008, Strait of Gibraltar Video and photographic documentation of an action, Photo:Jorge Golem

Francis Alys, Don’t Cross the Bridge Before You Get to the River, Strait of Gibraltar Video and photographic documentation of an action, Photo:Jorge Golem

Taking photos of a journey when going somewhere. Getting ready, leaving the house, on the train at east Croydon, at station of the place where I am going, at some places, and then journey back(?)

Francis Alÿs: Paradox of Praxis 1 (sometimes doing something leads to nothing)

Francis Alys 'Sometimes making something leads to nothing' (1997)  (Google image result)

Francis Alÿs: a story of deception - Tate Modern's best yet

Francis Alÿs Paradox of Praxis 1 (Sometimes doing something leads to nothing) Mexico City, 1997 The is a photograph from a performance by the artist Francis Alys in which he pushed a block of ice around Mexico City until it melted away to nothing.

Francis Alÿs, collaborating with Rafael Ortega & Cuauhtémoc Medina, When Faith Moves Mountains, 2002

Francis Alÿs (belgium artist), collaborating with Rafael Ortega & Cuauhtémoc Medina, When Faith Moves Mountains, 2002

Frances Alys pushing ice through the streets of mexico

Francis Alÿs: a story of deception - Tate Modern's best yet

Francis Alys: Paradox of Praxis Mexico City 1997 (beginning) Sometimes making something leads to nothing.


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