3 - 4 November 2015
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Daniel Buren (b. 1938)
Point de vue ou le Corridorscope - diptyque. Extrait No. 12, travail situé
white acrylic on fabric with white and black alternating vertical stripes 8.7 cm. wide each, in two parts
each: 240 x 140 cm.
Executed in 1983-2003
Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Points de vue ou le Corridorscope, May-June 1983.
Paris, FIAC, Galerie Jean Brolly, Points de vue ou le Corridorscope 1983-2003, September 2003.
On the occasion of the participation of Galerie Jean Brolly at FIAC in Paris in 2003, two panels were extracted from the 1983 original installation and referenced A 80 and A 81. Two extreme white half-stripes on each side of the canvas are covered with white acrylic paint. The two paintings are inseparable and must stand vertically on the ground with a distance of 8.7 cm. between them.
An avertissement (certificate) will be written by Daniel Buren on the name of the new owner.
"Photo-souvenir : Point de vue ou le Corridorscope - diptyque. Extrait No. 12, travail situé. 1983-2003. © Daniel Buren/ADAGP, Paris. Détail"
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