1953 - 1997
COPA UND IPA
signed and dated 86 on the reverse
collage, terry cloth, cloth, plastic foil, cardboard, sleeves with silkscreen, on stretcher
76 by 91.5 cm. 29⅞ by 36 in.
This work belongs to an edition of 24 unique copies.
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This work is in very good condition. Very close inspection reveals a small linear abrasion to the upper right hand corner that appears to be original to the found fabric. Further very close examination reveals some very light general wear to the cardboard artist's frame, which is inherent to the artist's choice of medium.
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Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne
Private Collection, Hessen
Ketterer, Munich, 4 December 2010, Lot 196
Acquired from the above by the present owner
"Everything in Brazil is round: the samba, the sun, the soccer balls, the shape of the girls' bikinis, their bosoms, their bottoms, the always-shining sun"
Martin Kippenberger cited in: in Suzanne Kippenberger, Kippenberger: The Artist and His Families, New York 2010, p. 311