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  • "Water is absolutely key to everything that happens internally and externally, and it is the most fantastic metaphor for how everything operates. It can stand for a stream of thought, cascades of neural activity in your mind. It can stand for the idea of a circulatory system in the landscape or the body interchangeably. It seems to be something that kind of connects everything and maybe the underlying desire to make images in the first place was to talk about what underlies the visible rather than to just show the visible." —Susan Derges
     

    • Provenance

      Michael Hue Williams Fine Art, London

Reframing Beauty: A Private Seattle Collection

55

River Taw (Alder), 28 July

1998
Unique dye destruction print photogram, flush-mounted.
66 x 23 5/8 in. (167.6 x 60 cm)
Signed in ink with printed title and date on a label accompanying the work.

Full Cataloguing

Estimate
$10,000 - 15,000 

Sold for $16,380

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Reframing Beauty: A Private Seattle Collection

New York Auction 7 October 2021