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Ed Ruscha

The End #1-#4

Ed Ruscha

Ed Ruscha

The End #1-#4

The End #1-#4

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Ed Ruscha

b. 1937

The End #1-#4



holograms, in 4 parts

each: 11¾ by 14⅝ in.

29.8 by 37.1 cm.

Executed in 1998-2016, this work is number 16 from an edition of 23, plus 2 printer's proofs.

These works are in very good condition overall. There is a light layer of dust that has adhered to the surface. Under raking light there are a few scattered handling marks and a few very light and faint hairline scratches. Under close inspection there are a few minute indentations to the artist's frames.


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Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2017
San Francisco, Gagosian, Ed Rucha | Jonas Wood: Notepads, Holograms and Books, 2017 (another example exhibitied)