Study for Holograms

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  • Provenance

    Olivier Renaud-Clément, New York

  • Literature

    Guggenheim Museum, Speaking with Hands: Photographs from the Buhl Collection, pp. 138-139; Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Photography Transformed: The Metropolitan
    Bank & Trust Collection
    , pl. 147 for a single image; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Bruce Nauman: Work from 1965-1972, pl. 59; Storr, Bruce Nauman: Neon Sculptures Drawings, p. 87

  • Catalogue Essay

    In discussion of his approach, performance artist Bruce Nauman has stated, "I [am] using my body as a piece of material and manipulating it. I think of it as going into the studio and being involved in some activity. Sometimes it works out that the activity involves making something, and sometimes the activity itself is the piece." Accordingly, the five images in the current lot document the artist’s organic approach to his work, pushing the limits of his skin, and consequently, his art.

    Other sets of the five screenprints are in the collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, The Art Institute of Chicago and the Tate Collection, London.

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THE ARC OF PHOTOGRAPHY: A PRIVATE EAST COAST COLLECTION

Study for Holograms

1970
Five screenprints.
Each 20 3/8 x 25 3/4 in. (51.8 x 65.4 cm).
Each signed, dated '70' and numbered 44/150 in ink in the margin.

Estimate
$20,000 - 30,000 

sold for $45,000

The Arc of Photography...

4 October 2011 6PM
New York