AVERY SINGER (B. 1987)
AVERY SINGER (B. 1987)
AVERY SINGER (B. 1987)
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AVERY SINGER (B. 1987)

The Great Muses

Details
AVERY SINGER (B. 1987)
The Great Muses
signed and titled 'Avery Singer 2013' (on the stretcher)
acrylic on canvas
220 x 196 cm. (86 5/8 x 77 1/8 in.)
Painted in 2013
Provenance
Private Collection, Berlin
Acquired at the above by the present owner
Literature
Hili Perlson, The Artists / How Avery Singer is deconstructing the Myth of the individual Genius, Sleek Magazine, Issue No. 38, 2013.
Kasia Redzisz, In Focus: Avery Singer, Frieze, 30 May 2014 (mentioned).
Isabelle Graw, Openings: Avery Singer, Art Forum, Vol. 53, No. 3, November 2014 (mentioned).
Lauren Cornell, Hyperreal, if You Like, Flash Art, 2015.
Kunsthalle Zürich, Avery Singer, exh. cat. Zurich, 2015 (illustrated).
Exhibited
Berlin, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, The Artists, 27 April - 8 June 2013
Kassel, Fridericianum Museum, Speculations on Anonymous Materials, 29 September 2013 - 26 January 2014
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Please note the correct provenance for Lot 90 is listed on Christies.com, and not as stated in the gallery guide.

拍品編號90的正確來源應爲佳士得網頁所示,並非拍賣目錄簡介所述。

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