The Estate of the Artist, New York
By descent to the previous owner
Please note the present lot is number 108 in the catalogue raisonné.
J. Burnham, "A Dan Flavin Retrospective in Ottawa," Artforum, vol. 8, no. 4, December 1969, pp. 51-52.
G. Müller, The New Avant-Garde: Issues for the Art of the Seventies, New York and Washington D.C., 1972, pp. 9-10.
G. Celant, "Dan Flavin," Domus, no. 519, February 1973, p. 44.
Reflections: Contemporary Art Since 1964 at the National Gallery of Canada, exh. cat., Ottawa, 1984, n. p.
P. Lee, "Die Externalisierungen von Dan Flavin," Texte zur Kunst, vol. 5, no. 20, November 1995, pp. 178-179.
T. McEvilley, "When Light Becomes Enlightenment," Interview, May 1996, p. 42 (illustrated in color).
R. Kalina, "In Another Light," Art in America, vol. 94, no. 6, June 1996, p. 70.
Cattedrali d'Arte: Dan Flavin per Santa Maria in Chiesa Rossa, exh. cat., Milan, 1997, p. 166 (illustrated in color).
L. Buck, "Dan Flavin: Prada Foundation," World of Interiors, June 1998, p. 112 (illustrated in color).
F. Ragheb, Dan Flavin: The Architecture of Light, New York, 1999, p. 8.
J. Meyer, Minimalism, London, 2000, p. 77 (illustrated in color).
J. Meyer, Minimalism: Art and Polemics in the Sixties, New Haven, 2001, p. 15 (illustrated in color; also illustrated in color on the cover).
M. Govan and T. Bell, Dan Flavin: The Complete Lights 1961-1996, New Haven, 2005, p. 23, 59, 62 and 250, no. 109 (illustrated in color).
B. Smith, Dan Flavin: A Retrospective, New Haven, 2005, p. 132.
J. Weiss, ed., an Flavin: New Light, New Haven, 2006, pp. 6, 8-9 (illustrated).
New York, Jewish Museum, Primary Structures, 1966.
Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada; Vancouver Art Gallery and New York, Jewish Museum of Art, Flourescent light etc. from Dan Flavin, September 1969-March 1970.
New York, Dia Center for the Arts, Dan Flavin: European Couples and Others, September 1995-June 1996.
Buenos Aires, Fundacion Proa, Dan Flavin, October-November 1998, p. 82.
London, Serpentine Gallery, Dan Flavin, August-September 2001. Ottawa, National Gallery of Canada; Halifax, St. Mary's University Art Gallery; Vancouver, University of British Columbia, Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery and Prince George, Two Rivers Gallery, 3 x 3: Flavin, Andre, Judd, June 2003-July 2004.