CONTEMPORARY CURATED - 10 June 2015 | NEW YORK

Born in California in 1975 and raised in Colorado, Dustin Yellin now lives in Brooklyn, New York. In 2010, he founded Pioneer Works, a social sculpture and non-profit institute for art and innovation in Red Hook. The capacious site is a venue for conceptual and creative cross-pollination, a quarter where resident artists and thinkers from diverse disciplines can interact without normative restrictions, ideally producing social change through innovative work.


1.

Lot 105

Milton Resnick
Untitled [Two Works], 1988-90
Estimate: 4,000 - 6,000 USD

Art Brut. Sick in the hospital. Machine gun affectations. Bevis and Butthead chain link Picasso.

2.
Lot 240

Mark Grotjahn
Untitled (Blonde MG43.68), 2012
Estimate: 40,000 - 60,000 USD

Sculpture in painting. The box the man lives in is his head. Outrageous self declaration. No—this man is not homeless. Yellow fever.

3.
Lot 229

Francis Alÿs
Untitled, 2003
Estimate: 18,000 - 22,000 USD

Encaustic landscape for staring off. Not a flag. But a sky. Declaring itself a country. This is what you look at walking outside of a Bait and Tackle shop. This is what the idea looks like, watching, not waving.