17 October 2006
Nam June Paik (1932-2002)
Rondo in RGB
lacquered frame with antique carving and aluminium framework, four television sets, one DVD player and accompanying DVD and table made from antique television components
frame: 44 1/8 x 46¼ x 14in. (112.1 x 117.4 x 35.5cm.)
table: 20¾ x 18½ x 14¾in. (52.7 x 47 x 37.5cm.)
Executed in 1989
The Mayor Gallery, London.
Galerie du Génie, Paris.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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