26 September 2002
Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin (1927-1994, B. 1943)
signed, titled and dated 'E. and N. Kienholz Fandango Black 1986' (on the reverse)
porcelain figurine, horns, burnt wood, rods, tar, knife and oil assemblage
57 x 22 x 11½ in. (144.8 x 55.9 x 29.2 cm.)
Executed in 1986
Acquired from the artists.
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Kunsthalle Düsselfdorf and Vienna, Museum of Modern Art, Kienholz: The 1980s, May-November 1989 (illustrated).
The work is signed, titled and dated 'E. and N. Kienholz Fandango Black 1986' on the reverse.
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