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ART AUCTION 2012

Jean Lowe,Rollback 2008, collaged photographs, 19 5/8 x 20 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Quint Contemporary Art
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ART AUCTION 2012
David Adey,The New Lamb, 2012, ceramic, neon, electrics, 9 inches, Courtesy of the artist and Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.
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dis-guise:

John Baldessari.
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sewbeit:

John Baldessari, The Studio, 1987 
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lifestylemirror:

John Baldessari
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Have you seen it?

John Baldessari: A Print Retrospective From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation

Feb 05, 2012 through May 13, 2012 
MCASD La Jolla
Caption: John Baldessari, Person with Guitar (Red) 2005 5 color screenprint mounted on sintra 35 x 41 inches Published by Gemini G.E.L. Edition of 45 © Baldessari
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Three new works acquired by MCASD Collectors at last night’s annual Selection Dinner: Spencer Finch’s Rome (Pantheon, Noon, June 14, 2011), Jack Whitten’s Chinese Sincerity, and Catherine Opie’s Burnt House from Burlington and Ninth Street (1990).
Three new works acquired by MCASD Collectors at last night’s annual Selection Dinner: Spencer Finch’s Rome (Pantheon, Noon, June 14, 2011), Jack Whitten’s Chinese Sincerity, and Catherine Opie’s Burnt House from Burlington and Ninth Street (1990).
Three new works acquired by MCASD Collectors at last night’s annual Selection Dinner: Spencer Finch’s Rome (Pantheon, Noon, June 14, 2011), Jack Whitten’s Chinese Sincerity, and Catherine Opie’s Burnt House from Burlington and Ninth Street (1990).
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Real space vies with reflected space as the mirrored shapes and lines play with both the interior and exterior panels that bound the piece together, allowing onlookers to discover a fragmented reflection of themselves. What puzzling queries is Bell addressing?  

Larry Bell, untitled, 1964, coated glass with chrome plated brass frame.  Collection Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Museum purchase.  Copyright Larry Bell 1964.  Photo by Philipp Scholz Rittermann.
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With the intention of setting visitors off balance, Doug Wheeler’s white canvas emanates light, calling attention to the space that surrounds the piece. The floor, ceiling, and walls become an environmental experience. What does this piece evoke? 

Doug Wheeler, untitled, 1965, acrylic on canvas with daylight neon light.  Collection Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Gift of the artist and partial Museum purchase with International and Contemporary Collectors Funds and proceeds from Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Art Auction 2010.  © Doug Wheeler.  Photo by Philipp Scholz Rittermann.