2 July 2008
MARTHA BOTO (1922-2004)
Contreplaqué, plexiglas, lampes, miroir et moteur
65 x 65 x 40 cm. (25 5/8 x 25 5/8 x 15¾ in.)
Exécuté en 1965
Atelier Martha Boto, Paris
Vente Anonyme, Artcurial, Paris, 12 décembre 2006, lot 483
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A.Pereira, Martha Boto, mémoire de DEA sous la direction de Monsieur Serge Lemoine, Universtié de Paris IV Sorbonne, 2005, figure 95 (illustré)
Paris, Galerie Denise René, Martha Boto, février-mars 1969, No.12 (illustré)
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