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CONCEPT TO FORM: AN HOMAGE TO COLLECTING FROM THE 60S TO THE PRESENT DAY

John Baldessari
BLACK SHAPE (LARGE)/ BLUE SHAPE (SMALL) (WITH ONLOOKERS)
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CONCEPT TO FORM: AN HOMAGE TO COLLECTING FROM THE 60S TO THE PRESENT DAY

John Baldessari
BLACK SHAPE (LARGE)/ BLUE SHAPE (SMALL) (WITH ONLOOKERS)
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Details & Cataloguing

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John Baldessari
B. 1931
BLACK SHAPE (LARGE)/ BLUE SHAPE (SMALL) (WITH ONLOOKERS)
vinyl on black and white photograph, in artist's frame
121.9 by 154.9 cm. 48 by 61 in.
Executed in 1990.
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Provenance

Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 1995

Exhibited

Los Angeles, Margo Leavin Gallery, John Baldessari, September - November 1990

Literature

Patrick Pardo and Robert Dean, Eds., John Baldessari Catalogue Raisonné, Volume Three: 1987-1993, New Haven 2015, p. 207, no. 1990.22, illustrated in colour

Catalogue Note

“He’s one of the greatest artists of our time. He’s a serial inventor. He’s now in his early eighties and continues to invent.” (Hans Ulrich Obrist in: Julie Belcove, 'Interview with artist John Baldessari', Financial Times, 6 September 2013, online)

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