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Art Auction Oct 29th - 2014 New York, NY

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Art Auction Oct 29th - 2014 New York, NY

American Friends of Bambi Homes Board of Directors: President: Ilana Levine Dina Rothstein Nicolás Rueda Natalia Cucalón Philippa Calnan Diana Palacio

Hans Rudi Spillmann Laura Santos Cristina Serna Patricia Mora

Beneficiary Committee for Be PART (Alphabetical Order) León Amitai Sebastián Echavarría Henrique Faria Clarita Fodor Lio Malca Solita Mishaan Rodrigo Niño Kevin Wendle Christie’s Auctioneer: Toby Usnik General Coordination: Diana Palacio Development Director: Eugenia Peralta Curators:

María Victoria Mahecha Gloria Cristina Samper Event co-producer:

For the catalog: Works of art photographer: Óscar Monsalve Translation: Sally Station Design: Diana Palacio - Haidy García

Gabarron Foundation 149 East 38th Street, New York, NY 10016 Auction: Oct 29th 18:30h Viewing hours: Oct 28th from 14:00h Oct 29th from 09:00h Contact Information: Eugenia Peralta P.: +1 646 919 66 98 bepartny@gmail.com www.bambihomescolombia.org


Raise your hand! Raise your hand if you care about early childhood! Raise your hand if you agree that investing in early childhood brings the highest social returns! Raise your hand if you believe that children from zero to five years of age deserve all our attention! Raise your hand if you agree that a child’s brain develops before he or she is five years old! Raise your hand if you believe children under five years of age have the right to access health services and nutritional programs! Raise your hand if you believe we must not remain indifferent to children begging on the streets! Raise your hand if you believe all children under five need to be loved! Raise your hand if you agree we should join efforts on behalf of the many underprivileged children who have no hope for a better future! Raise your hand for the more than 2 million children in Colombia under the age of five who suffer the consequences of poverty! Raise your hand!


Special thanks to:

Individual sponsors Ilana and Josh Levine Special collaborators Juanita Madriñán, Magdalena Sartori, Sebastián Uribe, Vicky Benedetti Permanent Mission of Colombia to the United Nations Colombian Consulate, NY, Proexport STEVENS

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transportation of art and fine objects


MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE HELP FOR CHILDREN FOUNDATION - SWITZERLAND

On behalf of our children in Colombia, we would like to express our gratitude to all of you, individuals and corporations, to take part in Be Part, our fourth Auction. We also thank from the depth of our heart all the artists who joined this mission by contributing their works of art, a reflection of their admirable talent! To all of our sponsors, our deepest thanks for supporting this event! We’re happy to say that through Be PART we’ve been able to join forces with people in Colombia, New York (USA) and Geneva (Switzerland) to once more make this dream a reality. This annual event allows us to support specific projects in our homes in Colombia. Please have a good look and enjoy every page of this catalog, bearing in mind that by “raising your hand’” to bid for one of these pieces of art on October 29th, you’ll be supporting hundreds of children under five years of age and their families. It’s their only hope for a better future! My warmest thanks to each one of you,

Hans Rudi Spillmann President


MESSAGE FROM H.E. María Emma Mejía Colombian Ambassador to the United Nations New York

Once again, Be PART joins the fundamental cause of education and protection of children between zero and six years old, who are living in vulnerable and risky social situations, by working with the foundation “Ayuda a la Infancia Hogares Bambi Colombia”. For years I've been involved in social projects, both public and private; this experience allows me to attest to the importance of the work that Bambi Homes does for Colombia. This Foundation joins the effort of our government through its program “Cero a Siempre” by prioritizing early childhood education as the primary step towards equity and development. At an international level, the foundation’s proposal encompasses the post 2015 United Nations agenda, which defines education and early childhood care as the main objectives for sustainable development during the next decades. We welcome all your support and solidarity

H.E. María Emma Mejía Colombian Ambassador to the United Nations New York


MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF AMERICAN FRIENDS OF THE BAMBI HOMES NEW YORK

I am thrilled to present our fourth “Be Part” Art Auction, in association with Christie’s and our many partners and sponsors. Be Part is a joint effort between the Bambi Homes of Colombia, Fondation Aide Aux Enfants in Switzerland, and its U.S. fundraising arm, American Friends of the Bambi Homes Colombia. Bambi Homes Colombia takes in our most at-risk children, who live in an environment of abuse, neglect, family substance abuse, or conditions related to extreme poverty, such as malnutrition or other diseases. Parents are welcome to bring their children to Bambi Homes, where our caregivers, physicians, nurses, nutritionists, psychologists and social workers care for the children for as long as parents need to get back on their feet. We believe it is paramount to work with the parents, to help them get the education and training needed for sustaining their families.  “Be Part” allows us to grow our operations and reach more children and their families each year. To date we have served over 13,000 children, and we care for approximately 900 children annually. We are delighted to present this year’s catalog, where our curators have selected unique pieces from select Colombian and Latin American artists. Thanks to the generosity of the artists, sponsors, buyers, donors and supporters, we expect “Be Part 2014” will bring smiles and better lives to hundreds of Colombian children.  Thank you in advance - and raise your hand!

Ilana Levine President


For the past ten years, curators, art institutions and collectors from all over the world have revealed an increasing interest and awareness for Colombian art. Many factors have led Colombian contemporary art to have a wider range of exposure, thus, to be more recognized globally. These include the broad participation of our galleries in both international fairs and foreign galleries which represent Colombian artists; increasing interest from curators who are traveling to Colombia and inviting artists to important venues; frequent acquisitions of representative pieces by private collections and museums; a wider bibliography in English about Colombian art and, in general, a more active and professional art scene in the country. The selection we have made for this year’s version of the BE PART auction in New York City, aims to be a representative sample of the most prominent and current art in Colombia. It also includes some pieces by Latin American artists, whose work is cohesive with the rest of the pieces, creating an interesting and pertinent dialogue. In this edition of the auction, we have decided to offer the possibility of bidding for small tri-dimensional pieces in the silent auction. All but one, are unique pieces from both young and established artists. For the live auction most artworks are two-dimensional, although there are some sculptures. All of the pieces are the result of a detailed selection that seeks to show recent production of art in Colombia, combining techniques, tendencies and artist’s trajectories. You will find works from young artists with promising careers, as well as mid-career artists and established and well-known artists. Some of the artists included in the show might be more familiar for New Yorkers since, either they live here or their work is in a public museum, or because they exhibit frequently in spaces all over the city. Such is the case of Fanny Sanín, Luis Roldán, Carlos Motta, Álvaro Barrios, Miler Lagos, Emilio Chapela or Miguel Ángel Rojas, among others. We hope that the careful selection that we have prepared will respond to the interest of all collectors who support the Bambi Homes Colombia. We are delighted to contribute once more with this venue, and we are grateful towards all of the artists and their galleries for responding in such generous ways to our invitation. Gloria Cristina Samper Art Consultants Paralelo 10, Bogotá

María Victoria Mahecha


INDEX of artists Artist

Page Lot

LIVE AUCTION Barrios Álvaro Blanco Carlos Bojacá Camilo Botero Camila Botero Fernando Buraye Denise Caballero Luz Helena Calderón Manuel Chapela Emilio Flórez Máximo Franco Jaime Friedemann Nancy García Saír Grossman Max-Steven Guerrero Andrés Felipe Hernández Manuel Jaramillo Maripaz Lagos Miler Lezaca Alberto Lizarazo Luz Ángela Londoño Guillermo Luna Luis Martínez José Horacio Mejía Juan Mojica Marco Motta Carlos Ortíz Catalina Parra Santiago Peláez Luis Fernando

39 40 32 14 35 23 17 19 20 16 52 30 18 48 18 34 38 44 29 26 24 45 43 15 51 25 21 28 41

26 27 19 1 22 10 4 6 7 3 39 17 5 35 31 21 25 31 16 13 11 32 30 2 38 12 8 15 28


INDEX of artists Artist

Rodríguez Omar Rojas Miguel Ángel Roldán Luis Rueda Ana María Ruíz Pedro Salas Carlos Salazar Arenas Carlos Sanín Fanny Uhía Fernando Uribe Federico Zapata Hugo

Page Lot

50 33 27 47 42 22 49 37 53 46 36

37 20 14 34 29 9 36 24 40 33 23

58 56 62 57 60 60 61 57 62 63 59 61 58 56 59

45 42 53 43 49 50 52 44 54 55 48 51 46 41 47

SILENT AUCTION Azcárate Emilia Castles John Colectivo Mangle Cuéllar Adriana Drews Diana Espinosa Lina Gaitán Adrián García Gonzalo Gómez Barros Rafael Gómez Consuelo Gómez Echeverri Nicolás Hakim Claudia Jaramillo Maripaz Palacios Ana María Santiere Eduardo


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Lot 1 camila botero (Medellín, 1976)

Paz (Peace) Photograph on cotton paper (Fotografía sobre papel de algodón) 47.2” x 31.5” (120 x 80 cm) 2013 Ed 1/3 + 2A/P Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 1.000 - 1.800 14


Lot 2 juan mejía (Charlottesville, 1966)

Notas preliminares y Pánico escénico (Preliminary Notes and Stage Fright) Watercolor on paper (Acuarela sobre papel) 11.81” x 16.14” each one (30 x 41 cm cada uno) 2014 and 2010 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 3.100 - 4.100

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Lot 3 máximo flórez (Bucaramanga, 1979)

Castillos en el aire (Castles in the Air) Wood, digital print and thread (Madera, impresión digital e hilos) 29.53” x 13.78” x 1.97” (75 x 35 x 5 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 3.200 - 4.200 16


Lot 4 luz helena caballero (Bogotá, 1960)

Ramo (Bouquet) Acrylic on fabric (Acrílico sobre tela) 47.24” x 23.62” (120 x 60 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 4.200 - 5.400 17


Lot 5 saír garcía (Barrancabermeja, 1975)

Exodos (Exodus) Oil and acrylic on fabric (Óleo y acrílico sobre tela) 31” x 31” (80 x 80 cm) 2011 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá. USD 4.500 - 5.500

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Lot 6 manuel calderón (Bogotá, 1985)

Laura, de la serie Contenidos (Laura, from the Contenidos serie) Pencil on paper and 10-min. Video (Lápiz sobre papel y video, 10 minutos) 11.81” x 11.81” (30 x 30 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería El Museo, Bogotá USD 4.200 - 5.400 19


Lot 7 emilio chapela (Ciudad de México, 1978)

Fondo cósmico de microondas (Cosmic Microwave Background) Etching and silkscreen on paper (Grabado y serigrafía sobre papel) 27.56” x 47.24” (70 x 120 cm) 2014 Edition 1/25 + AP Courtesy of the artist and Henrique Faria, New York USD 1.300 - 2.300 20


Lot 8 catalina ortíz (Bogotá, 1974)

Declinomatic Drawing on MDF (Dibujo sobre MDF) 45.5” x 42.12” (115 x 107 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería El Museo, Bogotá USD 5.000 - 6.000 21


Lot 9 carlos salas (Pitalito, 1957)

Huella del abismo (Traces of the Abyss) Mixed media on fabric and MDF (Mixta sobre tela y MDF) 27.55” x 27.55” (70 x 70 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 4.300 - 5.300

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Lot 10 denise buraye (Cali, 1965)

Sobre el círculo de mujeres, Josephine amada 3 (About the Circle of Women, Beloved Josephine 3) Drawing and watercolor on paper and oil on canvas (Dibujo y acuarela sobre papel y óleo sobre tela) 11.02” x 8.46” (28 x 21,5 cm), Drawing and 39.37” x 39.37” (100 x 100 cm), Painting 2012 - 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 6.000 - 7.000

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Lot 11 guillermo londoño (Bogotá, 1962)

Sin título (Untitled) Oil on fabric (Óleo sobre tela) 33.46” x 59.05” (85 x 150 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 5.500 - 6.500

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Lot 12 carlos motta (Bogotá, 1978)

Your stares and whispers carried in the air. From the series Searching for We’wha Sus miradas fijas y murmullos se sostuvieron en el aire. De la serie Searching for We’wha (Buscando a We’wha) 4 archival Inkjet prints (4 impresiones Inkjet) 52.5” x 26” (113,35 x 66 cm) 2014 Edition 5 + 1 A/P Origin: Artist’s collection, New York USD: 5.000 - 6.000 25


Lot 13 luz ángela lizarazo (Bogotá, 1966)

Xenogamia: Peineta Quimbaya (Xenogamy: Quimbaya Comb) Modeled tortoiseshell acrylic (Acrílico de carey modelado) 19.68” x 15.74” x 3.1” (50 x 40 x 8 cm) 2008-2009 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 6.000 - 7.000 26


Lot 14 luis roldán (Cali, 1955)

Promenadas - Mirando la Luna (Promenades - Looking at the Moon) Ink, paper scraps, cotton flowers, fabric (Tinta, detritus de papel, flores de algodón, tela) 39.37” x 30.31” (100 x 77 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, New York USD 8.500 - 9.500 27


Lot 15 Santiago parra (Bogotá, 1986)

23.05.2014 Acrylic on fabric (Acrílico sobre tela) 59” x 39.37” (150 x 100 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería Sextante, Bogotá USD 4.000 - 5.000 28


Lot 16 alberto lezaca (Bogotá, 1971)

Malevich’s funeral (Funeral de Malevich) Giclée print photography (Fotografía, Giclée) 15.74” x 24.4” (40 x 62 cm) 2013 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 3.000 - 4.000

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Lot 17 Nancy Friedemann (Bogotá, 1962)

Untitled (Sin título) Chine-collé monotype (Estampación sobre papel de China monotipo) 44” x 31.5” (111 x 80 cm) 2003 Origin: Artist’s collection, NY Courtesy from the artist USD 2.500 - 3.500 30


Lot 18 andrés felipe guerrero (Bogotá, 1979)

En mi nombre no - Delacroix (Not in My Name - Delacroix) Pencil on paper (Lápiz sobre papel) 39.37” x 31.5” (100 x 80 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería Doce Cero Cero, Bogotá USD 2.200 - 3.400 31


Lot 19 camilo bojacá (Sogamoso, 1985)

Obrero del arte (Art Worker) Drawing on parchment: 15 frames of animation (Dibujo sobre pergamino: 15 cuadros de animación) 2012 20.67” x 40.75” (52,5 x 103,5 cm) Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería Doce Cero Cero, Bogotá USD 2.200 - 3.400 32


Lot 20 miguel ángel rojas (Bogotá, 1946)

Recordando a John (Remembering John) Inkjet print on Hahnemühle paper (Impresión Inkjet sobre papel Hahnemühle) 21.65” x 45.27” (55 x 115 cm) 2011 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 8.000 - 9.000

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Lot 21 manuel hernández (Bogotá, 1928)

Signo Ser (The Sign To Be) Acrylic on canvas (Acrílico sobre lienzo) 35” x 31.1” (89 x 79 cm) 1989 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 19.500 - 20.500 34


Lot 22 fernando botero (Medellín, 1932)

Untitled. For the Avileins Fair (Sin título. Para la Feria de Avileins) Pen and ink on paper (Pluma y tinta sobre papel) 11.5” x 8.26” (29,2 x 21 cm) Signed and dated 1992 Origin: Private Collection, New York. Courtesy of Lio Malca USD 6.500 - 7.500 35


Lot 23 hugo zapata (La Tebaida, 1945)

Cenotafio (Cenotaph) Carved Lutite (Roca tallada lutita) 7.87” x 59.44” x 4.7” (20 x 151 x 12 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, Medellín Courtesy Galería Sextante, Bogotá USD 24.000 - 26.000 36


Lot 24 fanny sanin (Bogotá, 1938)

Composition No. 1 (Composición No. 1) Acrylic on paper (Acrílico sobre papel) 30” x 22” (83,8 x 66 cm) 2009 Origin: Artist’s collection, New York USD 10.500 - 11.500

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Lot 25 Maripaz jaramillo (Manizales, 1948)

De la serie Ellas (From the Series Them) Acrylic on canvas (Acrílico sobre lienzo) 47.24” x 23.62” (120 x 60 cm) 2010 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 8.500 - 9.500

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Lot 26 álvaro barrios (Barranquilla, 1945)

Believe it or not! (Ed Ruscha) (Aunque no lo creas!) (Ed Ruscha) Acrylic on canvas (Acrílico sobre lienzo) 39.37” x 55.1” (100 x 140 cm) 2010 Origin: Artist’s collection, Barranquilla Courtesy José Perez, Bogotá USD 34.000 - 36.000 39


Lot 27 carlos blanco (Bogotá, 1961)

Avión Fantasma (Ghost Plane) 100 % cotton paper, non-organic ink and air (Papel 100 % algodón, tintas inorgánicas y aire) 39.37” x 39.37” x 5.5” (100 x 100 x 14 cm) 2013 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 9.500 - 10.500

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Lot 28 luis fernando peláez (Jericó, 1945)

Relatos del tiempo que pasa (Stories of the Passing of Time) Wood and resin (Madera y resina) 82.68” x 11.81” x 5.91” (210 x 30 x 15 cm) 2013 Origin: Artist’s collection, Medellín Courtesy Galería Sextante, Bogotá USD 13.000 - 14.000 41


Lot 29 pedro ruíz (Bogotá, 1957)

El Cielo (Heaven) Acrylic on canvas (Acrílico sobre lienzo) Category: Derivatives - Gold 15.74” x 15.74” (40 x 40 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 10.500 - 12.500 42


Lot 30 josé horacio martínez (Buga, 1961)

Árbol b (B Tree) Acrylic and ink on canvas (Acrílico y tinta sobre lienzo) 70.86” x 66.5” (180 x 169 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, Cali Courtesy Galería El Museo, Bogotá USD 13.000 - 14.000 43


Lot 31 miler lagos (Bogotá, 1973)

La Resurrección de Cristo (The Resurrection of Christ) Piled and carved paper (Papel tallado) 25” x 19” x 12” (63,5 x 48,3 x 30,5 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist´s collection, Bogotá Courtesy: Magnan Metz Gallery NY USD 22.500 - 25.500 44


Lot 32 luis luna (Bogotá, 1958)

Viajeros de la Nueva Granada: URSULA (Travelers of New Granada: URSULA) Mixed technique: handmade paper, silkscreen and oil on canvas (Técnica mixta: papel hecho a mano, serigrafía y óleo sobre lienzo) 27.5” x 66.14” (70 x 168 cm) 2010 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 8.000 - 9.000 45


Lot 33 federico uribe (Bogotá, 1962)

Invierno (Winter) Colored pencils (Lápices de colores) 30” x 26” x 4” (76,2 x 66 x 10,16 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Miami USD 7.500 - 8.500

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Lot 34 ana maría rueda (Ibagué, 1954)

De la serie Yo soy también el otro (díptico) (From the series “I”, also the other, dipthyc) Black and white photo on 360-gram Hahnemühle paper (Fotografía blanco y negro sobre papel Hahnemühle de 360 gramos) 19.68” x 19.68” each one (50 x 50 cm cada uno) 2011 Edition 1/5 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 4.600 - 5.600 47


Lot 35 max-steven grossman (Barranquilla, 1971)

02 14 12 Metalic photo paper in acrylic (Papel fotográfico metalizado en acrílico) 31.4” x 51.1” (80 x 130 cm) 2012 Edition 1/5 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 6.000 - 7.000 48


Lot 36 Carlos salazar arenas (Bogotá, 1973)

Pensativo (azul) y Estudiantes (gris) (Pensive (blue) and Students (grey)) Acrylic on fabric (Acrílico sobre tela) 27.56” x 39.37” each one (70 x 100 cm cada uno) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería El Museo, Bogotá USD 5.400 - 6.400 49


Lot 37 omar rodríguez (Ciudad de México, 1978)

Composición No. 73 (Composition No. 73) Oil on canvas (Óleo sobre lienzo) 13,78” x 15,74” (35 x 40 cm) 2013 Origin: Artist’s collection Courtesy Galería Nueveochenta, Bogotá and Arroniz Arte Contemporáneo, México USD 2.400 - 3.300 50


Lot 38 marco mojica (Barranquilla, 1976)

Sin título (Untitled - Cattelan) Oil on canvas (Óleo sobre lienzo) 19.68” x 19.68” (50 x 50 cm) 2009 Origin: Artist’s collection, Barranquilla Courtesy Galería El Museo, Bogotá USD 4.200 - 5.400 51


Lot 39 Jaime Franco (Cali, 1963)

Torres del Parque (Park Towers) (Variations) Metallic slides and encaustic on canvas (Laminilla metálica y encáustica sobre lienzo) 31.49” x 23.62” (80 x 60 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería El Museo, Bogotá USD 2.200 - 3.400 52


Lot 40 fernando uhía (Bogotá, 1967)

2012 Audi A3 (verde marino) (2102 AUDI A3 - Sea green) Automotive paint on formica (Laca automotriz sobre fórmica) 87” x 47.63” (221 x 121 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy from the artist USD 7.500 - 8.500 53


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Lot 41 Ana Patricia Palacios (Medellín, 1961)

La Lleva (Tag) Resin (Resina) 13.78” x 4.72” x 3.54” (35 x 12 x 9 cm) 2013 Origin: Artist’s collection, Medellín USD 3.000 - 3.400

Lot 42 JOHN Castles (Barranquilla, 1946)

Ondulante (Wavy) Steel sculpture (Escultura en acero) 10.23” x 12.59” x 11.02” (26 x 32 x 28 cm) 2013 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 5.500 - 6.500 56


Lot 43 adriana cuéllar (Bogotá, 1978)

Sin título (Untitled) Porcelain with pieces of fabric (Porcelana con fragmentos de tela) 12.99” x 2.75” x 0.39” (33 x 7 x 1 cm) 19.68” x 13.78” x 1.96” (acrylic urn) (50 x 35 x 5 cm, con urna de acrílico) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 800 – 900

Lot 44 gonzalo garcía (Bogotá, 1981)

Sin título 2 (Untitled 2) Watercolor on wasp’s nest (Acuarela sobre nido de avispas) 11” x 3.9” diameter (28 x 10 cm diámetro) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería El Museo, Bogotá USD 1.500 - 1.900 57


Lot 45 emilia azcárate (Caracas, 1964)

Sin título, de la serie Practicables (Untitled, From the series Practicables) Watercolor, acrylic and graphite on board (Acuarela, acrílico y grafito sobre tablero) 5” x 5” x 7/8” (12,7 x 12,7 x 2,2 cm) 2012 Origin: Artist’s collection, New York Courtesy Henrique Faria Fine Art, New York USD 900 - 1.100

Lot 46 Maripaz jaramillo (Manizales, 1948)

De la serie Ellas (From the series Them) Gold polychromed sculpture 11,81” x 11,41” (30 x 29 cm) 2010 Edition of 30 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 1.100 - 1.500 58


Lot 47 eduardo santiere (Buenos Aires, 1962)

Bio-construcción W3 (Bio-construction W3) Colored pencil, graphite and scratch abrasion on paper (Lápiz de color, grafito y rayones sobre papel) 11” x 9” (27,9 x 22,9 cm) 2013 Origin: Artist’s collection, Buenos Aires Courtesy Henrique Faria Fine Art, New York USD 1.500 - 1.900

Lot 48 nicolás gómez echeverri (Bogotá, 1984)

Tránsito (Traffic) Painted wood with automotive paint and cement base (Madera pintada con laca automotriz y base en cemento) 23.62” x 12.6” x 12.6” (60 x 32 x 32 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería Doce Cero Cero, Bogotá USD 1.800 - 2.200 59


Lot 49 diana drews (Bogotá, 1971)

Kit de lágrimas de la serie Tristeza (Kit of Tears for “Sadness” series) Jewelry case and glass tears (Estuche de joyería y lágrimas de vidrio) 11.02” x 16.53” x 0.78” (28 x 42 x 2 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 1.300 - 1.700

Lot 50 lina espinosa (Bogotá, 1964)

Relieve (Relief) Wrinkled paper (map) on cardboard (Papel (mapa) arrugado sobre cartón) 2013 19.29” x 26.37” (49 x 67 cm) Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 2.000 - 2.600 60


Lot 51 claudia hakim (Bogotá, 1957)

Va y Ven (Go and Come) Nickel-plated steel module assembly (Módulos de acero niquelas y ensamblados) 11.81” x 8.26 diameter (30 x 21 cm diámetro) 15.74” x 1.18” base (40 x 3 cm base) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 2.800 - 3.200

Lot 52 adrián gaitán (Cali, 1983)

Sin título de la serie “Residuos” (Untitled from the “Residuals” serie) Wood, cement, plaster and cardboard (Madera, cemento, yeso y cartón) 18.5” x 21.26” x 6.69” (47 x 54 x 17 cm) 2014 Origin: Artist’s collection, Cali USD 2.100 - 3.700 61


Lot 53 Colectivo mangle - Diego Álvarez and María Paula Álvarez

Lámpara 1 (Lamp 1) Sapelli cedar, puerto asis torneada cedar, purple flower wood (Lampara torneada elaborada en cedro, cable doblado por laminación en madera de okume, acabados naturales) 11" x 24" x 19" (27,9 x 61 x 48,3 cm) 2013 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá Courtesy Galería Magnan Metz, New York USD 3.200 - 3.800

Lot 54 rafael gómez barros (Santa Marta, 1972)

Hormiga No. 527 (Casa tomada) (Ant No. 527 - Occupied house) Fiberglass, resin, sand, charcoal and branches (Fibra de vidrio, resina, arena, carbón y ramas) 35.4” x 15.7” x 21.6” (90 x 40 x 55 cm) 2008 Origin: León Tovar Collection USD 2.800 - 3.200 62


Lot 55 consuelo gómez (Bogotá, 1956)

De la serie Bodegón rojo (From the “Red Still Life” series) Bronze sculpture (Escultura en bronce) 13.39” x 8.66” x 8.66” (34 x 22 x 22 cm) 2010 Origin: Artist’s collection, Bogotá USD 4.000 - 4.600 63


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