Twenty-Five Enamel Plates

Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
1993
Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ

Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
1998
La barre haute (travail situé)

La barre haute (travail situé)
2001
1 + 2 = 3 (Triptych)

1 + 2 = 3 (Triptych)
1998
Untitled (Door)

Untitled (Door)
2006
Untitled

Untitled
2009
 
 
 
 
Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
Daniel Buren

Twenty-Five Enamel Plates
1993

From Wall Works
25 pieces of steel enameled in two colors, to be
mounted on a wall. Plates 43.5 x 43.5 cm ea.;
installation size according to the wall.
Limited to 15 installations, each unique in color,
with a signed and numbered certificate.

Twenty-Five Enamel Plates





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Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
Daniel Buren

Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
1998

From Wall Works
Wall painted in a color with hand-drawn grid and 25
aluminum plates, screenprinted graphite gray and
white to be mounted on a wall. Plates: 43.5 x 43.5 cm
ea.; installation size according to the wall. Limited to
15 installations, each unique in wall color, with a signed and numbered certificate.

Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ





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Unexpected Variable Configurations: A Work in Situ
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La barre haute (travail situé)
Daniel Buren

La barre haute (travail situé)
2001

Wood, painted, size 8,7 x 78,3 x 8,7 cm (3¾ x 30¾ x 3¾ in.). Stamped and hand numbered by the artist on separate certificate. Available in different colors; edition of 25 altogether.




EUR 15.000



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La barre haute (travail situé)
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La barre haute (travail situé)
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1 + 2 = 3 (Triptych)
Daniel Buren

1 + 2 = 3 (Triptych)
1998

From the portfolio Sequences
Three-part woodcut on rag paper,
50 x 40 cm (19¾ x 15¾ in.) each,
available in red, green, blue or
yellow. Edition of 60, signed and
numbered on certificate.


Daniel Buren was born 1938 in Boulogne-Billancourt (France), lives and works in Paris.
»In the years 1965-1966 I found the striped fabric with which I could first execute a personal, later a radical criticism of the artwork - by reducing my own activities to something more or less desparate, more or less in vain.«  For 30 years, the vertical stripes of 8.7 cm width, have been the constant element in the work of Buren, who has systematically investigated their artistic potential in paintings, objects and most often, in site-specific public installations.


Set EUR 4.000



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1 + 2 = 3 (Triptych)
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Untitled (Door)
Daniel Buren

Untitled (Door)
2006

From Door Cycle
Glass door with translucent and opaline foil
concealed between two sheets of security glass.
Sizes vary with installation in architecture.
Example shown here: 220 x 95.7 cm (86½ x
37½ "). Edition: 15, each unique in color and/or size,
signed and numbered on separate label.


For more than thirty years, Daniel Buren (born 1938 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, lives near Paris, works in situ) has been producing works that make direct reference to the space in which they are installed. He was one of the first to use the term in situ to describe his artistic practices. At the end of the 60s, Buren turned his back on painting and declared 8.7 cm vertical colored and white stripes to be the vocabulary of his art. Buren sees this pattern of stripes a visual tool which  as a signifier that can be reproduced and that does not have its own meaning  inscribes and questions all the variable sites of meaning. Since then his examination of the aesthetic, social, economic, and political frames for contemporary art have been the theme of his work. According to the artists conceptual ideas, the door illustrated here must be shown or installed in real architecture functioning as a door connecting/ dividing two rooms.




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Untitled
Daniel Buren

Untitled
2009

From the portfolio Forty Are Better Than One
10-part leporello, digital pigment print (Ditone) on
188 g Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper, 250 x 32 cm
(98½ x 12½ in). Edition: 75, stamped and hand-
numbered by the artist.




EUR 2.000



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