Felix Gonzalez-Torres, “Untitled (Perfect Lovers)”, 1991.    The two battery-operated clocks are to be set in unison, but they will eventually, inevitably fall out of sync with one another. The clocks’ continued ticking serves as a metaphor for both the eternalness of love and the impossibility of such a thing. The lovers might measure their lives in the same manner, but the tricks of time will unbalance them.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres Untitled (Perfect Lovers) Clocks, paint on wall. Untitled (Perfect Lovers) consists of two clocks, which start in synchronisation, and slowly, inevitably fall out of time.

Feliz Gonzales Torres- "Portrait of Ross", the candy pieces weigh the same as his lover who passed away. you are welcome to a piece :)

félix gonzález-torres / "Portrait of Ross" / candy pieces weigh the same as his lover who passed away after battling hiv

Felix Gonzalez-Torres. “Untitled.” 1991. Billboard, dimensions vary with installation.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ untitled installation featured an enlarged black-and-white photo of the artist’s bed

Felix Gonzalez-Torres - Artist - Andrea Rosen Gallery

theartistsmanifesto: “ Untitled (It’s Just a Matter of Time) by Felix Gonzalez-Torres (ca.