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MAURIZIO CATTELAN, MASSIMILIANO GIONI AND ALI SUBOTNICK | THE 1:6 SCALE WRONG GALLERY

MAURIZIO CATTELAN, MASSIMILIANO GIONI AND ALI SUBOTNICK | THE 1:6 SCALE WRONG GALLERY

MAURIZIO CATTELAN, MASSIMILIANO GIONI AND ALI SUBOTNICK | THE 1:6 SCALE WRONG GALLERY

The History of Now: The Collection of David Teiger

MAURIZIO CATTELAN, MASSIMILIANO GIONI AND ALI SUBOTNICK

THE 1:6 SCALE WRONG GALLERY


Three multiples comprising wood, brass, steel, aluminium, resin, plastic, glass and electric lighting, 2006, numbered in black ink on the underside 188/2500, 215/2500 and 232/2500 respectively, each with a copy of the Wrong Gallery Times, each with the printed Cattelan/Subotnick/Gioni 2005 copyright stamp on the underside, published by Cerealart Multiples, Philadelphia, all contained in the original boxes 

Accompanied by multiples by the following artists, each contained in the original boxes:

Elizabeth Peyton (4)

Keegan McHargue (4)

Tommy White (4)

Shirana Shahbazi (4)

Andreas Slominski (4)

Adam McEwen (4)

Lawrence Weiner (4)

each overall: 468 by 290 by 167 mm 18⅜ by 11⅜ by 6½ in

The multiples are in good condition overall. Some minor scratches to the metal backing of the larger multiple. (Some minor wear to the cardboard boxes, not affecting the works. One of each multiple examined out of box.)


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