London, South Kensington
5 April 2007
Christo (b. 1935)
Wrapped Couch (Project)
signed, titled and dated 'Wrapped Couch (PROJECT) Christo 1973' (along the upper edge)
pencil, fabric, twine, charcoal, wax crayon and staples on card
30 3/8 x 24½in. (77.1 x 62.2cm.)
Executed in 1973
Annely Juda Fine Art, London.
Waddington Galleries Ltd., London.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1976.
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Newcastle upon Tyne, Hatton Gallery, Christo Collages and Drawings, September-October 1974, no. 14 (illustrated, unpaged). This exhibition later travelled to London, Annely Juda Fine Art, November-December 1974.
To be included in the forthcoming Christo catalogue raisonné being prepared by Daniel Varenne, Geneva, under archive no. 16579.
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