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  • Provenance

    Alexander & Bonin, New York
    Estate of Kynaston McShine

  • Exhibited

    New York, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Contemplating the Void: Interventions in the Guggenheim Museum, February 12 - April 28, 2010 (another example exhibited)
    Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, The 9th Hiroshima Art Prize: Doris Salcedo, July 19 - October 13, 2014, no. 7, p. 115 (another example exhibited)
    New York, Alexander and Bonin, Doris Salcedo: Prints 2003 – 2009, March 3 - April 21, 2018 (another example exhibited)
    Madrid, Sala de Arte Santander, There will never be a door. You are inside. Works from the Coleção Teixeira de Freitas, February 26 - June 9, 2019 (another example exhibited)
    New York, Alexander and Bonin, Exposures, March 15 - April 27, 2019 (another example exhibited)

  • Literature

    Karen Ann Lang, ed., Field Notes on the Visual Arts: Seventy-Five Short Essays, Bristol, 2019, fig. 58, p. 170 (another example illustrated)
    Asada Akira, “Doris Salcedo in Hiroshima”, REALKYOTO, November 2014, online

  • Artist Biography

    Doris Salcedo

    Colombian • 1958

    Colombian-born sculptor Doris Salcedo studied at New York University before returning to her hometown of Bogotá to teach in 1980. Her work revolves around themes of suffering and loss, inspired by both personal and collective experience of trauma in Colombia. Composed of commonplace items such as wooden furniture, clothing and grass, her sculptures give form to the emptiness left in the wake of the death or disappearance of a loved one. By acknowledging and making manifest the void, her works probe its potential to be reappropriated as a space of mourning. She has become predominantly famous for her installation artwork, in which she incorporates the physicality of space, creating historically and politically charged environments.

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Property from the Estate of Kynaston McShine

151

For Hans Haacke and Edward Fry

signed and dated "Doris Salcedo / 09" on a label affixed to the reverse
archival pigment inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, in artist’s frame
29 1/8 x 39 3/8 in. (74 x 100 cm)
Executed in 2009, this work is number 8 from an edition of 20.

Estimate
$8,000 - 10,000 

Sold for $7,500

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New York Auction 30 September 2020