19 November 2008
MICHAEL EASTMAN (b.1947 American)
Shotgun House (before Katrina), New Orleans, Louisiana, 2005
signed, titled, dated and numbered '15/15' in ink on typed label with credit on backing board
36½ x 29¼in. (92.7 x 74.3cm.)
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Eastman, Vanishing America: The End of Main Street, Diners, Drive-Ins, Donut Shops, and Other Everyday Monuments, Rizzoli, 2008, p.70 (fig.1).
This work is number 15 from the sold-out edition of 15 + 2 AP.
VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 15% on the buyer's premium
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