Game Time: 50 Artworks Explore Soccer

Douglas Gordon and Philippe Parreno’s video portrait of Real Madrid star Zinedine Zidane. Image courtesy of Douglas Gordon and Philippe Parreno.

Manchester United legend George Best in an acrylic on canvas by Chris Beas. Courtesy of Chris Beas and the Martha Otero Gallery.

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s “Fútbol: The Beautiful Game” includes Stephen Deen’s video installation Volta. Image courtesy of Stephen Deen.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. The Kid's Alright, 2008, by Chris Beas. Image courtesy of the artist and Martha Otero Gallery.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Sir Bobby, 2007, by Chris Beas. Image courtesy of the artist and Martha Otero Gallery.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Pele, 1978, by Andy Warhol. Image courtesy of Andy Warhol Foundation/Artists Rights Society.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Hondjie, 2001, by Robin Rhode. Image courtesy of Robin Rhode.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Samuel Eto'o, 2010, by Kehinde Wiley. Image courtesyo f the artist, and Roberts & Tilton, Culver City, California.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Mexico vs Brasil, 2004, by Miguel Calderón. Image courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto, Mexico City.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait, 2006, by Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon. Image courtesy of Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait, 2006, by Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon. Image courtesy of Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait, 2006, by Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon. Image courtesy of Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Pieta, 2008, by Generic Art Solutions. Image courtesy of Jonathan Ferrara Gallery.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Verona #1, 2001-2004, by Lyle Ashton Harris. Image courtesy of Lyle Ashton Harris.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Verona #2, 2001-2004, by Lyle Ashton Harris. Image courtesy of Lyle Ashton Harris.

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