Sale: 503 / Post War / Contemporary Art II, July 17. 2020 in Munich Lot 11

 
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Matt Mullican
Untitled (3-tlg.), 1991.
Frottage. Acrylic and oil crayon on canvas
Estimate:
€ 12,000 - 15,000

 
$ 13,680 - 17,100

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Lot description
Untitled (3-tlg.). 1991.
Frottage. Acrylic and oil crayon on canvas.
Three panels, each 305 x 153 cm (120 x 60.2 in). Total dimensions ca. 305 x 460 cm (120 x 181 in).
Attached: Matt Mullican, "Map of the East Indies from 1965", etching, 35 x 25 cm (13,8 x 9,8 in) as preliminary draft for this work. [CH].
• Large-size work in three parts
• Works by the artist are part of many acclaimed public collections like the London Tate Modern, the Haus der Kunst in Munich or the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
• The GAK regards Matt Mullican one of the internationally most important artists of his generation
• Until October 18, 2020 the Belgian Musée des Arts Contemporains in Boussu shows some of his works in the solo show "Representing the Work"
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PROVENANCE: Company collection Thomas Cook Touristik GmbH (acquired from the artist).

Called up: July 17, 2020 - ca. 13.10 h +/- 20 min.

11
Matt Mullican
Untitled (3-tlg.), 1991.
Frottage. Acrylic and oil crayon on canvas
Estimate:
€ 12,000 - 15,000

 
$ 13,680 - 17,100

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