Artist
Matthew Barney (born 1967)
Title
Cremaster 5
Date 1997
MediumFilm, 35 mm, shown as video, high definition, 2 flat screens, colour and sound, metal, Perspex, plastic pillow, velvet p
Dimensionsunconfirmed: 1160 x 1210 x 915 mm duration: 54 min., 12 sec.
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by the Patrons of New Art through the Tate Gallery Foundation 1999
Reference
T07572
Image credit© Matthew Barney
Not on display
Matthew Barney, 'Cremaster 5, 1997
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Matthew Barney,
'Cremaster 5', 1997
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