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Edward KIENHOLZ: 13 Octobre. (1970).
B/w offset photo on the upper part, covered with a sheet of translucent tracing paper, text printed in black and red on the lower part, on one side. On the lower part, a calendar is mounted, stopped at the day of the show (10 Tableaux) opening date: "13 Octobre". The photo is covered with a leaf of transplucent tracing paper, hold on the white card sheet with a red plastic cilp fixed on the top.
Unknown edtion size.
This copy is not only signed with the E.K.'s finger print as usual but also bears the full name signature and date in black pencil by E. Kienholz on the lower right corner of the tracing paper leaf.
Edward KIENHOLZ: For $185. 1970.
Watercolor and stamped ink on paper.
Original metal frame by E. Kienholz.
31x40.5 cm (11 3/4" x 15 5/8"), (sight);
Signed and dated 1970.
As always, this piece bears the Kienholz's thumb print beside the signature.
Acquired from the Wide White Space Gallery, during the show "Edward Kienholz, Watercolours", May 1970, Antwerp, 1970, by a private collector, France: it comes with a letter from the gallery's owner A. De Decker, and an invitation card for the show.
Edward KIENHOLZ: Souvenir from THE ART SHOW. This envelope and contents to be sold for Amnistie Internationale only and shall not be exhibited or constructed as art. 1976-77.
Large brown paper envelope (40.3x28), with, on the front, a xerox copy of the upper text, title, with added original blue painting, red pastel framing of a the word "only", and Kienholz's xeroxed signature with original finger print on it. On the back side, three typical Fluxus rubber stamps and original handwriting by E.K.
Sealed with two red wax seals with the "EK" initials.
Inside the envelope, 10 loose elements: 1: a piece of rough carboard cut in an identified shape, 11.2x29.8; 2 & 3: two pieces of tissue paper, one yellow, approx. 18x13.5; the other one, pink, approx. 13x13, both slightly crimpled; 4: a piece of white paper, made of two, mounted together with scotch tape, with handwritten text in English on one side only; 5: an original black and white photo crossed out in black felt pencil, 18x24, showing Kienholz molding G. Brownston's trunk with plaster; 6: a contact plate of b/w photos by Nancy Reddin (rubber stamp on the back); 7: an original drawing in colors on the back of a sheet of the Schlosshotel Gehrhus stationery, 21x29.7; 8: printed on one side, a sheet of white paper made of two pieces mounted together with scotch tape, with typed text in English and many handwritten corrections, 29x21; 9: printed in black offset on one side, a page of one of his catalogues, with text in English and handwritten additions in German by E.K. in blue and red ink, 29.7x18.5; 10: a page of one of his catalogues, with, on one side, 4 offset b/w photos showing E.K. molding someone and, on the other side, trilingual German-English-French text at the end of whcih is announced the coming Art Shwow at Pompidou.
Created for the show "La Boutique Aberrante":
Daniel Spoerri was proposed by the Centre Pompidou head director, Pontus Hulten, to organize an exhibition, the "Musée Sentimental" to be held in 1977. Together with this exhibition and in counterpoint to it, Daniel Spoerri organized another show: "La Boutique Aberrante", the Aberrant Shop. It took place at the Centre National d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou, Musée national d'art moderne, Paris, June 1st - August 31, 1977.
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