London, South Kensington
14 April 2016
Vito Acconci (B. 1940)
signed, titled and dated 'Connecting Medium March 1971 Vito Acconci' (lower right)
pastel and photographic collage on cardboard
30 x 40in. (76.3 x 101.5cm.)
Executed in 1971
Sonnabend Gallery, New York.
Minetti Rebora Galleria Forma, Genoa.
Enrico Pedrini Collection, Genoa (acquired from the above in 1974).
Thence by descent to the present owner.
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E. Pedrini, La Freccia Evolutiva dell'Irreversibilità, Naples 1992 (illustrated, unpaged).
Milan, Galleria Diagramma, Atlante, 1989.
Milan, Studio Oggetto, Il Mondo del Corpo, 1993.
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