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THE HISTORY OF NOW: THE COLLECTION OF DAVID TEIGER SOLD TO BENEFIT TEIGER FOUNDATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Marlene Dumas and Bert Boogaard
VICTORIA 
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THE HISTORY OF NOW: THE COLLECTION OF DAVID TEIGER SOLD TO BENEFIT TEIGER FOUNDATION FOR THE SUPPORT OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Marlene Dumas and Bert Boogaard
VICTORIA 
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Details & Cataloguing

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Marlene Dumas and Bert Boogaard
B. 1953 & B. 1952
VICTORIA 
signed by both artists, titled and dated 1998
acrylic and watercolor on paper
49 1/8 by 27 5/8 in. 124.8 by 70.2 cm.
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Provenance

Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam
Acquired from the above by David Teiger in 2003

Exhibited

Amsterdam, Galerie Paul Andriesse, Bert Boogard/Marlene Dumas, January - February 2002

Literature

Exh. Cat., Städtische Galerie Ravensburg, Marlene Dumas. Wet Dreams, September - December 2003, pp. 100-101, illustrated in color

Catalogue Note

"The suggested 'clothes' are poetic, sensual...they resist the erotic and seductive aura of the reserved but admittedly articulated femininity in Dumas' work. Boogaard's intervention leads the watercolors' process of abstraction back into the personal, human image of expression. A kind of 'round dance' emerges. Seen in their entirety, the small series of paint-overs are like a fantastic performance."

Tilman Osterwold, "Water-colors as Physiognomies," in Exh. Cat., Städtische Galerie Ravensburg, Marlene Dumas: Watercolor - Wet Dreams, 2003, p. 38

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