24 - 25 April 2006
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GUY BOURDIN (1928-1991)
Pentax Calendar, 1980
color coupler print face-mounted on plexiglas
signed in ink by Samuel Bourdin and Estate stamp (on the reverse of the mount). Number 8 from an edition of 18
13½ x 19¼in. (34.2 x 48.8cm.)
With Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York
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Bourdin and Delgado, Exhibit A: Guy Bourdin, Jonathan Cape, 2001, pl. 20; Cotton and Verthime, eds., Guy Bourdin, V&A Harry N. Abrams, 2003, n.p.
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