9 February 2007
THE TETTAMANTI COLLECTION
Daniel Spoerri (b. 1930)
signed, titled and dated 'Aktion Rist Spoerri Jahrgang 72, 67min Tableau Piège Daniel Spoerri' (on the reverse)
mixed media on wood
28 x 28 x 16in. (71.1 x 71.1 x 40.5cm.)
Executed in 1972
Galleria Bertesca, Milan.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in March 1973.
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Milan, Galleria Bertesca, Daniel Spoerri, January-March 1973.
This work is one of a series of Tableaux Pièges. Each evening, at the Restaurant Spoerri in Dusseldorf, the artist would glue down one table.
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