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INTIMATE PASSION: WORKS FROM A PRESTIGIOUS EUROPEAN COLLECTION

Daniel Buren
POINT DE VUE OU LE CORRIDORSCOPE, DIPTYQUE -EXTRAIT N° 9 SITUATED WORK
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INTIMATE PASSION: WORKS FROM A PRESTIGIOUS EUROPEAN COLLECTION

Daniel Buren
POINT DE VUE OU LE CORRIDORSCOPE, DIPTYQUE -EXTRAIT N° 9 SITUATED WORK
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Details & Cataloguing

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Daniel Buren
B. 1938
POINT DE VUE OU LE CORRIDORSCOPE, DIPTYQUE -EXTRAIT N° 9 SITUATED WORK
acrylic paint on woven cotton canvas, black and white stripes, each 8.7 cm large, alternated and vertical, in two parts
overall: 240 by 280 cm. 94 1/2 by 110 1/4 in.
Executed in 1983 for the exhibition Point de Vue ou Le Corridorscope at Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris and assembled by the artist in September 2003.
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A certificate will be issued by Daniel Buren in the name of the new comer

Provenance

Baronian-Francey Gallery, Brussels
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2007

Catalogue Note

“At the beginning [working with stripes] was intuition. […] It was the idea to have something very banal, but very strong […] it was a sign, very easy to see and to play [with] - totally different work, completely attached to the site, and opening a different way. I was certainly not thinking I would keep that for so long, but little by little, I was still working with it 50 years later. […] It’s not only something you can recognize; it’s also something I can use to change an environment” (David Buren in conversation with Emily McDermott, ‘Stripes across the Decades’, Interview Magazine, 6 March 2015, online).

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