Portfolio III from students
Bogdan Ablozhnyy
Alan B. Brock-Richmond
Elisa Caldana
Lennart Constant
Timothy Furey
Nikolas Gambaroff
Tue Greenfort
Judith Hopf
Christa Näher
Rudi Ninov
Riccardo Paratore
Tobias Rehberger and students
Willem de Rooij
Katharina Schücke
Amy Sillman / Monika Baer and students
Simon Starling
Thomas Bayrle (sold)
Lars Karl Becker (sold)
Billa Burger (sold)
Ian Edmonds (sold)
Peter Fischli (sold)
Douglas Gordon (sold)
Douglas Gordon (sold)
Michael Krebber (sold)
Flo Maak (sold)
Tobias Rehberger (sold)
Willem de Rooij (sold)
Amy Sillman (sold)
Portfolio II of Students (sold)
Portfolio I of Students (sold)
Wolfgang Tillmans (sold)

Douglas Gordon (sold)


tschüss aus tiergarten, 2013


38 x 38 cm, frame size: 39.5 x 39.5 cm

Number of copies

15 + 5 artist copies, each numbered and signed




No longer available

Douglas Gordon (*1966 in Glasgow/UK) has been professor of film at the Städelschule since 2010 and is one of the most prominent exponents of video art. He works with film, text, photographs and video installations. His best-known work is the film installation 24 Hour Psycho, which stretched out the Hitchcock classic to 24 hours. Gordon has won numerous awards, including the Turner Prize in 1996, the Guggenheim’s Hugo Boss Prize in 1998 and the Roswitha Haftmann Prize in 2008.