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TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research and the Dallas Museum of Art 2017


TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is an annual black-tie gala and contemporary art auction held at the Richard Meier-designed Rachofsky House in Dallas, Texas. Thanks to the phenomenal support of the participating artists, dealers, sponsors, and patrons, TWO x TWO has raised over $68 million in its eighteen-year history in support of amfAR’s AIDS research initiatives and the Dallas Museum of Art’s contemporary art acquisitions and exhibitions. TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art has evolved into a series of social events designed to highlight the efforts of amfAR and engage the arts community in Dallas. TWO x TWO has become the largest fundraiser in the United States for amfAR. TWO x TWO is also the largest single annual source of funds for contemporary art acquisitions at the DMA, enabling the addition of over 250 major works of contemporary art to its permanent collection and helping to fund remarkable contemporary exhibitions. It is the extraordinary generosity, passion, and dedication at the heart of this endeavor that ensure the continued success of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art. twoxtwo.org

amfAR, founded in 1985, is dedicated to ending the global AIDS epidemic through innovative research. With the freedom and flexibility to respond quickly to emerging areas of scientific promise, amfAR plays a catalytic role in accelerating the pace of HIV/AIDS research and achieving real breakthroughs. Intensifying its research efforts, in 2014 amfAR launched the “Countdown to a Cure for HIV/AIDS,” a bold new initiative aimed at developing the scientific basis of a cure by 2020 and supported by a $100 million research investment strategy. The cornerstone of the strategy is the amfAR Institute for HIV Cure Research, established on World AIDS Day 2015 and based at the University of California, San Francisco. Since 1985, amfAR has invested more than $480 million in its programs and has awarded more than 3,300 grants to research teams worldwide. amfar.org

Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) is among the 10 largest art museums in the country and is distinguished by its commitment to research, innovation, and public engagement. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the nation’s largest arts district, the Museum acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. Since the Museum’s return to free general admission in 2013, the DMA has welcomed more than 3.2 million visitors. The DMA directs all proceeds from TWO x TWO to the TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art Fund. dma.org


presenting sponsors Harry Winston and Cadillac gala chairmen Nasiba and Thomas Hartland-Mackie event hosts Cindy and Howard Rachofsky honored artist Jonas Wood master of ceremonies Armie Hammer platinum sponsors Dom Pérignon, Sotheby’s and Suitsupply amfAR chairman of the board Kenneth Cole DMA Eugene McDermott director Agustín Arteaga two x two director Melissa Ireland the 19th annual TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art gala dinner and art auction benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and the Dallas Museum of Art Saturday, October 28, 2017 The Rachofsky House, 8605 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas silent auction 6:30 p.m. seated dinner 8:00 p.m. with performance by Ryan Tedder live auction 10:00 p.m. presented by the Ron and Maryellen Spears Foundation

conducted by Oliver Barker, Chairman, Sotheby’s Europe, Senior International Specialist, Contemporary Art luxury cocktails and champagne provided by Moët Hennessy USA and Tequila Casa Dragones celebrity travel provided by Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel late night lounge presented by Bird Bakery, DJ Lucy Wrubel, and Todd Events attire Glamorous


DIAMOND TABLE Nancy C. and Richard R. Rogers TWO x TWO for TWO Claire Dewar • Jennifer and John Eagle • Linda and Mitch Hart • Maurice Marciano Cindy and Howard Rachofsky • Katherine and Eric Reeves GRAND BENEFACTOR TABLES Christopher M. Bass • Nancy and Clint Carlson • Georgina Hartland • Nasiba and Thomas Hartland-Mackie Gene and Jerry Jones Family • Nancy Nasher and David Haemisegger • Deedie Rose BENEFACTOR TABLES Chela and Norman Abdallah • The Charlie and Moll Anderson Foundation Claire and Dr. Brian Gogel • Marguerite Hoffman and Tom Lentz • Pinnell Foundation / Janelle and Alden Pinnell The Robert and Nancy Dedman Foundation Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas • Catherine and Will Rose Stephanie and Michael Seay • Jan and Jim Showers • Gayle and Paul Stoffel Christen and Derek Wilson • Sharon and Michael Young PATRON TABLES Elaine and Neils Agather • Laura and Walter Elcock • Gay & Lesbian Fund for Dallas • Grange Hall Human Rights Campaign • Fred Perpall / The Beck Group • Resolution Capital / Debbie and Eric Green GRAND BENEFACTOR TICKETS Donald Capoccia and Tommie Pegues • Gagosian Gallery • Kara and Randall Goss • Alan Hergott and Curt Shepard Jennifer and Tom Karol • Cynthia and Forrest Miller • Susan and Bill Montgomery • Kelli and Allen Questrom Lisa and John Rocchio • Peggy Sewell BENEFACTOR TICKETS Almine Rech Gallery • Brian Bolke and Faisal Halum • Zoe and David Bonnette • Gonzalo Bueno and Michael McCray Annie Burns and Benjamin Godsill • Sarah Calodney • Lindsey and J. Patrick Collins • Laura Cunningham and Thomas Keller Brooke Davenport • Suzanne Droese • Brendan Dugan • Brian Falco • Joyce Goss • Kenny Goss • Noah Horowitz Susan and Bob Kaminski • Elisabeth Karpidas • Katherine Kruger • Terry and Jeff Kurz • Mary Ann and Allen Lassiter Catherine and Douglas MacMahon • Pat and Charles McEvoy • Courtney Mokarow • Selwyn Rayzor PATRON TICKETS Leland Burk and Thomas Feulmer • Chanel Boutique, Highland Park Village • Sue and Lee Coleman Barbara and Don Daseke • Mark Giambrone • Dr. Jose Gomez and Francis Luttmer • Natasha and Andrew Hallam Carol and John Levy • Deborah and David Michel • Dr. David E. Morales and Gabriel Suarez • Mary and Sean O'Brien Elaine and Trevor Pearlman • Lucilo Peña and Lee Cobb • Karen and Richard Pollock • Lizzie and Dan Routman Lisa and John Runyon • Capera Ryan • Gowri and Alex Sharma • Jay Shinn and Tim Hurst Robyn Siegel and Cindy Schwartz / Cynthia C. Schwartz Fine Art • Wendy and Jeremy Strick • Marlene and John Sughrue Emily and Steve Summers • Greg Swalwell and Terry Connor • Filippo Tattoni-Marcozzi Dr. Gary Tigges and Cyrus Hadjesmaili • Logan Waller and Randall Van Wolfswinkel • Megan and Brady Wood DONATIONS Bumble Bizz • Burberry • Claire and Dwight Emanuelson • Etro • The Eugene McDermott Foundation The Gragg Company • Georgina Hartland • Shelia McAdams • Leandra Medine and Abie Cohen Merrymac McKinley Foundation • PRAMMA • TTH Forty Five Ten

Lists as of September 20, 2017


presenting sponsors Harry Winston • Cadillac platinum sponsors

Dom Pérignon • Sotheby’s • Suitsupply

luxury cocktails and champagne provided by Moët Hennessy USA • Tequila Casa Dragones event design and décor Todd Events art sponsor Chubb Personal Insurance / IMA | Waldman live auction sponsor Ron and Maryellen Spears Foundation catalogue sponsor Sotheby’s auctioneer Oliver Barker, Chairman, Sotheby’s Europe, Senior International Specialist, Contemporary Art first look presented by Headington Companies and Forty Five Ten Sunday brunch presented by Highland Park Village media sponsor Patron Magazine silver sponsors Cassandra Fine Catering Displays Fine Art Services • Unified Fine Art Services financial services sponsor UBS | The Cantrell Reinbold Group in-kind sponsors Áperi • Belvedere • Bird Bakery • Bullion • The Buzzell Company Calligraphic Arts • The Cultured Cup • DJ Lucy Wrubel • Empire Baking Company Gold Crown Valet • Hadleigh's • Hillstone • Marguerite Steed Hoffman and Tom Lentz • Lombardi Family Concepts Miraval Rosé • José on Lovers • The Joule Hotel • Park Cities Hilton • PRO/SOUND • The Restaurant Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek • Rosewood San Miguel de Allende • Runyon Fine Arts Safe Art SAT, Inc. • San Pellegrino / Acqua Panna • Strong Travel Services Switch Lighting Group • Texas Graphic Resource, Inc. The Tot • Whitewall Magazine


Dear Friends: Here is your chance to . This year I have invited three friends to share in the fun of highlighting works in the 2017 auction: Gavin Delahunty, the Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, John Runyon, trusted art advisor and TWO x TWO ambassador, and Thomas Hartland-Mackie, ambitious young collector and our 2017 gala chairman. Gavin, John, Thomas, and I each have our own icon to indicate our picks and we encourage you to take an extra look at our selected works: Howard’s Hidden Gems, Gavin’s Curator’s Choice, John’s Under the Radar, and Thomas’s Young Collector Eye will be noted online in the list below, in the printed auction catalogue, and throughout the exhibition at The Rachofsky House. The bidding period begins on Monday, October 16, 2017, at 12 noon CST, and will close on Friday, October 27, at 12 noon CST. During that time period, the first bidder to place a bid at or above the full retail price wins the work. Bids placed prior to 12 noon on Monday will be considered simultaneous bids. If simultaneous and equal bids are placed, there will be a bid-off between the highest bidders until a maximum bid wins. If a work sells in the auction, it will be marked as “sold” during the following TWO x TWO events. For further details on how to place your bid, please email Meg Gratch, Auction Manager, at meg@rachofskyhouse.org. On Friday, October 27, at 12 noon CST, if the work is still available, it goes into the silent auction under standard TWO x TWO bidding procedures. All auction winners, including winners, must collect their items from the Rachofsky House on or before Tuesday, October 31, in accordance with the Conditions of Sale. Remember that you don’t have to be present at TWO x TWO to . Just look for the icons pictured above in our auction catalogue. More details on each of the works are available in both the print catalogue and at twoxtwo.org/catalogue. Good luck! Howard Rachofsky


HOWARD'S HIDDEN GEMS NATHAN CARTER

ALEX OLSON

RODNEY GRAHAM

MIMMO ROTELLA

ANNE LINDBERG

TOMOKO SHIOYASU

ANA MENDIETA

HENRY TAYLOR

THOMAS NOZKOWSKI

TOSHIO YOSHIDA

GAVIN’S CURATOR'S CHOICE GILLIAN CARNEGIE

SARAH LUCAS

MORGAN FISHER

BETTY PARSONS

DEREK FORDJOUR

TOBIAS PILS

LUBAINA HIMID

HARVEY QUAYTMAN

BOB LAW

FRANCIS UPRITCHARD

JOHN’S UNDER THE RADAR JUSTIN ADIAN

KUN-YONG LEE

KIRK HAYES

JONATHAN MEESE

PARKER ITO

MATTHEW RONAY

ANN VERONICA JANSSENS

LEON POLK SMITH

YONG-IK KIM

ROSHA YAGHMAI

THOMAS’S YOUNG COLLECTOR EYE DANIEL ARSHAM

JOSH KLINE

MATTHEW CHAMBERS

HUGH SCOTT-DOUGLAS

GREGORY EDWARDS

TIMUR SI-QIN

AARON GARBER-MAIKOVSKA

BRAD TROEMEL

LEAH GUADAGNOLI

ANICKA YI


works are labeled with these logos throughout the catalogue.


We thank our spectacular Chairmen, Nasiba and Thomas Hartland-Mackie. Nasiba and Thomas and the Hartland-Mackie family have supported TWO x TWO for many years. We are grateful for the high level of energy, passion, and innovation they have brought to this event and for helping us connect with a next generation of TWO x TWO artists, galleries, and friends. – Cindy and Howard Rachofsky and Melissa Ireland


Jonas Wood TWO x TWO 2017 Honoree TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art takes great pleasure and pride in honoring Jonas Wood for his generosity and commitment to the fight against AIDS.

Photo credit: Manfredi Gioacchini. Courtesy of the artist.


Jonas Wood (b. 1977, Boston) lives and works in Los Angeles. Wood's paintings depict scenes drawn from everyday life, including domestic interiors, portraits of friends and family members, ceramic vessels, and favorite athletes. Bristling with color and an array of textures, these images are transformed into complex compositions that point toward the various uses of collage in the artist's process. Wood’s murals and solo exhibitions include Hammer Projects: Jonas Wood, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2010); Jonas Wood: Clippings, Lever House, New York (201314); Shelf Still Life, High Line Art, New York (2014); LAXART facade, Los Angeles (2014); and Still Life with Two Owls (MOCA), Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2016). Recent two person and group exhibitions include Los Angeles - A Fiction, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Norway, and MAC Lyon, France (2016 -17); Human Interest: Portraits from the Whitney’s Collection, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2016-17); Unpacking: The Marciano Collection, Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles (2017); and Shio Kusaka and Jonas Wood, Museum Voorlinden, Netherlands (2017). His work is included in the permanent collections of the Dallas Museum of Art, Texas; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Solomon R. Guggenheim, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; The Broad, Los Angeles; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; among others. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2017, Jonas Wood will receive the amfAR Award of Excellence for Artistic Contributions to the Fight Against AIDS in recognition of his generous support of amfAR’s programs. The award presentation will take place during a brunch on Sunday, October 29, presented by Highland Park Village and hosted by Cindy and Howard Rachofsky at The Warehouse. TWO x TWO is honored to have Jonas Wood as the featured artist of our 19th annual event. On behalf of amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art, we extend heartfelt thanks to Jonas, and to Anton Kern Gallery, David Kordansky Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, and Shane Campbell Gallery, for their extraordinary support of this event. Past TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art honorees include renowned artists Laura Owens, Ellsworth Kelly, Wade Guyton, Luc Tuymans, Richard Phillips, Mark Grotjahn, Christopher Wool, Peter Doig, Jim Hodges, Elizabeth Peyton, Tom Friedman, Cecily Brown, Julian Schnabel, April Gornik, Ed Ruscha, Joel Shapiro, and Robert Rauschenberg.


TWO x TWO honored artists

2017 Jonas Wood

2016 Laura Owens 2015 Ellsworth Kelly

2014

Wade Guyton

2013

Luc Tuymans

2012

Richard Phillips

2011

Mark Grotjahn

2010

Christopher Wool

2009

Peter Doig

2008

Jim Hodges

2007

Elizabeth Peyton

2006

Tom Friedman

2005

Cecily Brown

2004

Joel Shapiro

2003

April Gornik

2002

Ed Ruscha

2001

Julian Schnabel

2000

Robert Rauschenberg

1999

Inaugural Year


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CATALOGUE OF WORKS ART • WEARABLES • LUXURY for more details on each lot, please visit the online catalogue at twoxtwo.org


The Dallas Museum of Art fulfills its mission every day by making accessible to our diverse communities the power of contemporary art. For nearly two decades, TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art has been essential in expanding the Dallas Museum of Art’s contemporary art collection, and in its ongoing support of an ambitious program of acquisitions, exhibitions, and publications. We thank Cindy and Howard Rachofsky for all they have done over 19 years, for their leadership, passion, and hard, exhausting work to produce an internationally acclaimed event that benefits in great ways both the DMA and amfAR. – Agustín Arteaga The Eugene McDermott Director, Dallas Museum of Art


ART for more details on each auction lot, please visit the online catalogue at twoxtwo.org


Justin Adian 001

ALMOST THERE, 2015

[oil enamel on canvas over ester foam: 85 x 27 x 3 inches] courtesy of the artist and almine rech gallery Š justin adian, photo credit: rebecca fanuele estimated retail value: $42,000 gallery website: alminerech.com


Yuji Agematsu 002

NO TIME, NO LOCATION, 2013

[magazine paper, metal, and mixed media collaged to painted particle board: 25 x 18 x 2 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and miguel abreu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery website: miguelabreugallery.com


John Ahearn 003

HAZEL, 1987

[acrylic on plaster: 20 x 16 x 8 inches] courtesy of the artist and alexander and bonin, new york estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: alexanderandbonin.com


Hurvin Anderson 004

PETER’S (IRIDESCENT) I, 2014

[acrylic on paper laid on board: 19 7/8 x 14 5/8 inches] courtesy of anthony and celeste meier, san francisco estimated retail value: $45,000 gallery website: anthonymeierfinearts.com


Daniel Arsham 005

WHITE SELENITE ERODED CAT CLOCK, 2016

[selenite and hydrostone: 13 3/8 x 4 3/4 x 3 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and perrotin estimated retail value: $16,000 gallery website: perrotin.com


Davide Balliano 006

UNTITLED, 2017

[plaster, gesso, and lacquer on wood: 60 x 48 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and luce gallery, turin estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: lucegallery.com


Michael Bauer 007

TOR 3 (PLUTOPIG), 2017

[oil, acrylic, pastel, and charcoal on canvas: 28 x 48 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist and nino mier gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $16,000 gallery website: miergallery.com


Jake Berthot 008

UNTITLED, 1995

[enamel and graphite on paper: 30 x 22 1/2 inches] courtesy of the estate of the artist and betty cuningham gallery, new york estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: bettycuninghamgallery.com


Andrew Bick 009

OGVDS-GW-AL#3, 2015

[pencil, marker pen, and watercolor on 610 gsm fabriano paper: 30 1/4 x 21 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and hales gallery, london and new york Š andrew bick estimated retail value: $4,500 gallery website: halesgallery.com


Sanford Biggers 010

LEAN TO LOTUS, 2017

[textiles, fabric treated paint, tar, and embroidery on stretched canvas: 18 1/4 x 18 1/4 x 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, marianne boesky gallery, new york; massimo de carlo gallery, milan/london/hong kong; and monique meloche gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $24,000 gallery websites: marianneboeskygallery.com, massimodecarlo.it, moniquemeloche.com


Ragna Bley 011

BONE GLOSSARY, 2017

[acrylic on polyester and aluminum frame: 24 x 20 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and downs & ross, new york estimated retail value: $3,800 gallery website: downsross.com


Barbara Bloom 012

TRAVEL POSTERS (UNLIMITED MILES), 1981

[archival digital print: 30 x 24 inches] edition 4 of 10 courtesy of the artist and david lewis gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: davidlewisgallery.com


Katherine Bradford 013

DIVER OVER ROCK, 2017

[acrylic on canvas: 40 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist and canada, new york estimated retail value: $10,500 gallery website: canadanewyork.com


Dirk Braeckman 014

M.C.-H.K.-17, 2017

[gelatin silver print: 70 7/8 x 47 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and zeno x gallery, antwerp estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: zeno-x.com


015

FARA TITLU (UNTITLED), 2012

[collage on paper, series of 3: 11 5/8 x 23 7/8 inches each] courtesy of the artist and hauser & wirth estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: hauserwirth.com


Troy Brauntuch 016

UNTITLED (BULLET FACTORY), 1988

[handstamp, ink, and shellac on paper: 14 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches] courtesy of douglas kent walla, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: kentfineart.net


Fernando and Humberto Campana 017

SUSHI MIRROR (T GRAND GREEN), 2012

[silver mirror, carpet, rubber, eva, and fabrics, structured in stainless steel and aluminum: 40 3/4 x 70 3/8 x 1 1/4 inches] courtesy of carpenters workshop gallery, london, paris, new york estimated retail value: $23,000 gallery website: carpentersworkshopgallery.com


Fernando and Humberto Campana 018a – 018b

SUSHI MIRROR (T SMALL GREEN), 2012

[silver mirror, carpet, rubber, eva, and fabrics, structured in stainless steel and aluminum: 32 3/8 x 52 x 1 1/4 inches] editions 1 and 2 of 2 courtesy of carpenters workshop gallery, london, paris, new york estimated retail value: $21,000 each gallery website: carpentersworkshopgallery.com


Gillian Carnegie 019

AMINADAB, 2016

[oil on board: 29 x 22 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and galerie gisela capitain, cologne estimated retail value: $51,000 gallery website: galeriecapitain.de


Nathan Carter 020

FASCINATOR FOR THE WINSOME SWANS OF TURTLE CREEK, 2017

[aluminum and acrylic latex paint: 56 1/2 x 46 1/2 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and casey kaplan, new york estimated retail value: $26,000 gallery website: caseykaplangallery.com


Douglas Leon Cartmel 021

INTERSTELLAR #1, 2016

[oil on wood panel: 15 x 16 1/2 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and holly johnson gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $3,800 gallery website: hollyjohnsongallery.com


Jordan Casteel 022

HOODED, 2017

[oil on canvas: 34 x 24 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and casey kaplan, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: caseykaplangallery.com


Matthew Chambers 023

ART PEPPER, 2017

[acrylic, enamel-based adhesive, and nylon and rayon fibers on canvas in artist’s maple frame: 41 1/4 x 35 1/4 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist and rental gallery, east hampton estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: rentalgallery.us


Susan Cianciolo 024

GREEN FLOWERS IN POTS, 2010

[silkscreen and acrylic: 13 1/2 x 15 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and bridget donahue, new york estimated retail value: $1,000 gallery website: bridgetdonahue.nyc


Susan Cianciolo 025

FLOWERS IN POTS, 2009

[watercolor on paper: 10 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and bridget donahue, new york estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: bridgetdonahue.nyc


Phil Collins 026

DUNIA TAK AKAN MENDENGAR #4, 2007

[3 framed lightjet prints on fuji crystal archive paper: 15 3/4 x 41 inches (framed)] edition of 4, 1 AP courtesy of shady lane productions, berlin and tanya bonakdar gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery website: tanyabonakdargallery.com


Bruce Conner 027

YIN YANG, 1962

[pencil on paper: 25 x 18 7/8 inches] courtesy of tim nye and nyehaus, new york estimated retail value: $22,000 gallery website: nyehaus.com


Minerva Cuevas 028

CLIFF, SEAGULL & SEA ROCKS, 2016

[oil on canvas dipped in chapopote: 18 1/2 x 15 3/8 x 1 1/8; 23 7/8 x 16 1/8 x 1 1/8; 24 3/8 x 12 1/4 x 1 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto, mexico city estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: kurimanzutto.com


Carl D’Alvia 029

PUP, 2015

[resin: 15 x 19 x 9 inches] AP courtesy of the artist and nathalie karg gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery website: nathaliekarg.com


TM Davy 030

SELF PORTRAIT, 2017

[oil on linen: 18 x 14 inches] courtesy of the artist and van doren waxter, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: vandorenwaxter.com


Tomory Dodge 031

ANVIL, 2014

[collage on paper: 12 x 16 inches] courtesy of the artist, inman gallery, houston; and acme., los angeles estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery websites: inmangallery.com, acmelosangeles.com


Willie Doherty 032

KENT STREET, BELFAST, 2008

[silver gelatin print: 28 1/4 x 35 3/8 inches] edition 1 of 3 courtesy of the artist and kerlin gallery, dublin estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: kerlingallery.com


Gregory Edwards 033

PERCENTAGE PAINTING 3, 2017

[oil on canvas: 48 x 60 inches] courtesy of the artist and 47 canal, new york photo credit: joerg lohse estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: 47canal.us


Manuel Espinosa 034

AHILAS, 1978

[acrylic on canvas: 39 1/2 x 39 1/2 inches] courtesy of colección espinosa and stephen friedman gallery, london © colección espinosa estimated retail value: $125,000 gallery website: stephenfriedman.com


Sam Falls 035

UNTITLED (RED ROVER MINE, ACTON, CA, SUN STONE, ORANGE), 2016

[chenille: 73 3/4 x 43 1/4 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist, galerie eva presenhuber, zurich/new york; and hannah hoffman gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery websites: presenhuber.com, hannahhoffmangallery.com


Shannon Finley 036

TWILIGHT, 2016

[acrylic on linen: 15 x 11 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist, carrie secrist gallery, chicago; and jessica silverman gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $6,500 gallery websites: secristgallery.com, jessicasilvermangallery.com


Morgan Fisher 037

IDEAL FINE GRAIN 120 DECEMBER 1951, 2011

NEGATIVE IDEAL FINE GRAIN 120 DECEMBER 1951, 2015

[archival pigment print: 16 x 20 inches each] edition 1 of 2 + 1 AP courtesy of the artist and bortolami, new york estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: bortolamigallery.com


Derek Fordjour 038

NO. 51, 2017

[oil, pastel, charcoal, acrylic, cardboard, and carved newspaper mounted on canvas: 30 x 24 x 1 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and luce gallery, turin

estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: lucegallery.com


Fernanda Fragateiro 039

NOT READING (ABITARE), 2016

[stainless steel support and cut architecture magazine: abitare: 8 5/8 x 12 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery website: joseebienvenugallery.com


Jessie Homer French 040

WINTER ROSES, 2007

[oil on canvas: 20 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist and various small fires, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,500 gallery website: vsf.la


Aaron Garber-Maikovska 041

UNTITLED, 2017

[ink and pastel on archival gator board: 60 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $25,000 artist website: aarongarbermaikovska.com


GCC 042

GESTURES IV, 2016

[thermoformed styrene with flocking: 47 x 62 inches] edition 2 of 3 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist and mitchell-innes & nash, new york Š gcc estimated retail value: $28,000 gallery website: miandn.com


Sayre Gomez 043

UNTITLED PAINTING IN CERULEAN WITH TROMPE L’OEIL, 2016 [acrylic on canvas: 40 x 29 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and ghebaly gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: ghebaly.com


Rodney Graham 044

SMALL MODERNIST PAINTING 36, 2005 [oil on paper on linen: 12 x 9 1/4 inches]

courtesy of the artist and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: 303gallery.com


Isca Greenfield-Sanders 045

PROP PLANE, 2016

[mixed media oil on canvas: 35 x 35 inches] courtesy of the artist and ameringer | mcenery | yohe, new york estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery website: amy-nyc.com


Leah Guadagnoli 046

IT STARTS WITH L, 2016

[oil, acrylic, upholstery, pumice stone, molding paste, canvas, and polyurethane foam on archival coroplast: 36 x 31 x 3 inches] courtesy of the artist

estimated retail value: $5,000 artist website: leahguadagnoli.com


The Haas Brothers 047

CLARICE, 2016

[hex stool in brass tile: 19 x 17 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artists, r & company, new york; and lora reynolds gallery, austin estimated retail value: $30,000 websites: thehaasbrothers.com, r-and-company.com, lorareynolds.com


Heidi Hahn 048

THE BODY IS NOT ESSENTIAL XIII, 2016 [oil on canvas: 36 x 40 inches]

courtesy of the artist and jack hanley gallery, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: jackhanley.com


Kirk Hayes 049

BLOND TOUPEE, 2003

[oil on signboard: 40 x 32 x 1 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and conduit gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: conduitgallery.com


Jeppe Hein 050

WISHES FOR TWO, 2017

[glass fiber reinforced plastic, chrome lacquer, magnet, and string (white smoke): 2 balloons, 15 3/4 x 10 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches each] courtesy of the artist and galleri nicolai wallner, copenhagen photo credit: florian neufeldt estimated retail value: $41,000 gallery website: nicolaiwallner.com


Secundino Hernández 051

UNTITLED, 2017

[acrylic on linen: 28 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and victoria miro, london/venice © secundino hernández, photo credit: joaquín cortés estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: victoria-miro.com


Lubaina Himid 052

REMINDER OF AN ANCIENT FETISH, 2016

[acrylic and pencil on paper: 40 1/8 x 28 3/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and hollybush gardens, london estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: hollybushgardens.co.uk


Richard Hรถglund 053

SEA PICTURE LIX (PRIMARY COLOURS YELLOW), 2016 [silver, tin, lead, and oil on linen prepared with bone pulver and marble dust: 89 x 72 inches] courtesy of the artist and ronchini gallery, london estimated retail value: $19,000 gallery website: ronchinigallery.com


Tony Horton 054

RED SKY AT NIGHT, 2017

[mixed media on canvas: 72 x 72 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $105,000


Ridley Howard 055

ORANGE AND RED, 2016 [oil on linen: 12 x 9 inches]

courtesy of the artist and marinaro gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: marinaro.biz


Shara Hughes 056

A NEW VIEW, 2017

[oil, acrylic, and flashe on canvas: 48 x 40 inches] courtesy of the artist and rachel uffner gallery, new york estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: racheluffnergallery.com


Parker Ito 057

WESTERN EXTERMINATORS, 2017

[oil on linen: 16 x 12 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist, chateau shatto, los angeles; and team gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery websites: chateaushatto.com, teamgal.com


Ann Veronica Janssens 058

MAGIC MIRROR (BLUE), 2013

[dichroic polyester film, security glass, and float glass: 82 3/4 x 39 3/8 x 3/4 inches] edition of 1 + 1 AP (#1/1) courtesy of the artist and esther schipper, berlin estimated retail value: $60,000 gallery website: estherschipper.com


Yong-Ik Kim 059

IN THE LINGERING SHADOW‌#16-5 , 2016

[mixed media on canvas: 35 7/8 x 28 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, tina kim gallery, new york; and kukje gallery, seoul photo credit: keith park estimated retail value: $28,000 gallery websites: tinakimgallery.com, kukjegallery.com


Josh Kline 060

WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE, 2015

[9 cast sculptures in silicone: approximately 4 1/4 x 4 x 2 inches each] edition 3 of 3 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist, stuart shave/modern art, london; and 47 canal, new york

photo credit: joerg lohse

estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery websites: stuartshavemodernart.com, 47canal.us


Miwa Komatsu 061

BLESS YOU, 2017

[acrylic on canvas: 35 3/4 x 46 inches] courtesy of the artist, fudo.co., ltd.; and whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: whitestone-gallery.com


Bob Law 062

BLACK DIAMOND XXI, 2003

[coach paint on canvas: 10 1/4 x 18 inches] courtesy of the estate of the artist and richard saltoun gallery, london estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: richardsaltoun.com


Kun-Yong Lee 063

BODYSCAPE 76-1-2017, 2017

[acrylic and pencil on canvas: 67 3/8 x 59 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and gallery hyundai, seoul estimated retail value: $100,000 gallery website: galleryhyundai.com


Margaret Lee 064

THIS IS HOW YOU CALL IT #2, 2017

[silver gelatin print and acrylic paint: 43 x 31 inches] courtesy of the artist and jack hanley gallery, new york

estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: jackhanley.com


Anne Lindberg 065

DRAWING BLACK YELLOW, 2014

[graphite and acrylic on mat board: 17 x 36 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and september, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: septembergallery.com


Matt Lipps 066

PORTRAIT II, 2016

[archival pigment print: 40 x 30 inches] edition of 5 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist and marc selwyn fine art, beverly hills estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery website: marcselwynfineart.com


Hew Locke 067

REPUBLIQUE CHINOISE, 2009

[acrylic paint and felt pen on share certificate: 14 1/2 x 12 inches] courtesy of the artist and hales gallery, london and new york Š hew locke estimated retail value: $7,800 gallery website: halesgallery.com


Jake Longstreth 068

CARBON CANYON 18 CAMPUS, 2017 [oil on muslin: 61 x 41 inches]

courtesy of the artist and ltd los angeles, los angeles estimated retail value: $12,500 gallery website: ltdlosangeles.com


Jason Bailer Losh 069

BLUE PROJECTION, 2017

[bronze: 21 1/2 x 15 5/8 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and ziehersmith, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: ziehersmith.com


Sarah Lucas 070

VICTORIA, 2006

[tights, kapok, wire, helmet, and ballet shoes: 23 5/8 x 27 1/2 x 33 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and sadie coles hq, london Š sarah lucas estimated retail value: $150,000 gallery website: sadiecoles.com


Eric N. Mack 071

COURRĂˆGES, 2017

[acrylic and decorative grass on pvc and wood: 35 x 31 x 6 inches] courtesy of the artist and moran bondaroff, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: moranbondaroff.com


Marco Maggi 072

DISCRETE GEOMETRY, 2017

[white paper drawing on white paper: 24 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: joseebienvenugallery.com


Erica Mahinay 073

(NUDE) START AND STOP, 2017

[acrylic on canvas and treated fabric: 73 x 58 x 2 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist, lyles & king, new york; and t293, rome estimated retail value: $6,500 gallery websites: lylesandking.com, t293.it


Robert Mapplethorpe 074

FLOWER, 1981

[silver gelatin: 20 x 16 inches] edition 8 of 15 flower, 1981 Š robert mapplethorpe foundation. used by permission. estimated retail value: $12,500 website: mapplethorpe.org


Masatoshi Masanobu 075

UNTITLED, 1960

[oil on paper mounted on panel: 31 x 21 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and axel vervoordt gallery, wijnegem estimated retail value: $21,500 gallery website: axelvervoordtgallery.com


Alicia McCarthy 076

UNTITLED (1), 2016

[color sugarlift aquatint: 40 1/2 x 44 inches] edition 8 of 30 courtesy of the artist and berggruen gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: berggruen.com


William McKeown 077

UNTITLED, 2009-2011

[oil on linen: 18 7/8 x 18 7/8 inches] courtesy of the william mckeown foundation and kerlin gallery, dublin estimated retail value: $16,000 gallery website: kerlingallery.com


Jonathan Meese 078

DEAR JESSIE DE JOESEY (L.O.V.E.), 2016

[acrylic and acrylic gel on canvas: 47 1/2 x 39 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and tim van laere gallery, antwerp estimated retail value: $32,000 gallery website: timvanlaeregallery.com


Anna Membrino 079

YOU’RE IN THE PINK, 2016

[acrylic and oil on canvas: 65 x 72 inches] courtesy of the artist and erin cluley gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: erincluley.com


Ana Mendieta 080

UNTITLED: SILUETA SERIES, IOWA, FROM SILUETA WORKS IN IOWA, 1976-1978, 1976-78 (estate print 1991)

[estate color photograph: 20 x 16 inches] edition 11 of 20 + 4 AP courtesy of the estate of the artist and galerie lelong & co., new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: galerielelong.com


Tetsuo Mizu 081

BOBO, 2007

[oil on canvas: 25 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: whitestone-gallery.com


Shuji Mukai 082

UNTITLED, 2017

[mixed media on board: 22 x 25 1/2 x 4 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $13,000 gallery website: whitestone-gallery.com


Kazumi Nakamura 083

A BIRD IN ITS EXISTENCE 306 (RED-NECKED PHALAROPE) PHALAROPUS LOBATUS, 2016 [acrylic on cotton: 34 3/4 x 26 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist, kaikai kiki gallery, tokyo; and blum & poe, los angles/new york/tokyo estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery websites: kaikaikiki.co.jp, blumandpoe.com


Thomas Nozkowski 084

UNTITLED (9-33), 2014

[oil on linen on panel: 22 x 28 inches] courtesy of the artist and pace gallery Š thomas nozkowski, photo credit: kerry ryan mcfate estimated retail value: $85,000 gallery website: pacegallery.com


William J. O’Brien 085

UNTITLED, 2014

[glazed ceramic: 19 x 17 x 10 inches] courtesy of the artist and shane campbell gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: shanecampbellgallery.com


Alex Olson 086

ECLIPSE, 2017

[oil and modeling paste on canvas: 41 x 29 inches] courtesy of the artist and altman siegel, san francisco estimated retail value: $26,000 gallery website: altmansiegel.com


Catherine Opie 087

FOOTBALL LANDSCAPE #16 (WAIANAE VS. LEILEHUA, WAIANAE, HI), 2009 [c-print: 48 x 64 inches] edition 2 of 5, 2 AP courtesy of the artist, regen projects, los angeles; and lehmann maupin, new york and hong kong

estimated retail value: $40,000 gallery websites: regenprojects.com, lehmannmaupin.com


Jean-Michel Othoniel 088

THE KNOT OF SHAME, 2015

[painting on canvas, ink on white gold leaf: 55 1/8 x 41 1/4 x 2 1/8 inches] edition 1 of 2 + 1 AP courtesy of the artist and perrotin estimated retail value: $68,000 gallery website: perrotin.com


Ray Parker 089

UNTITLED, c. 1962

[oil on canvas: 69 x 64 inches] courtesy of the estate of ray parker and washburn gallery, new york estimated retail value: $110,000 gallery website: washburngallery.com


Betty Parsons 090

DUSK, 1965

[acrylic on linen: 36 1/2 x 28 3/4 inches] courtesy of the betty parsons foundation and alexander gray associates, new york estimated retail value: $70,000 gallery website: alexandergray.com


Tobias Pils 091

UNTITLED (STILL LIFE), 2016

[mixed media on canvas: 33 1/2 x 27 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and galerie gisela capitain, cologne estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: galeriecapitain.de


Harvey Quaytman 092

UNTITLED, 1996

[ink and acrylic on paper mounted on aluminum: 20 x 20 inches] courtesy of the harvey quaytman trust and van doren waxter, new york estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: vandorenwaxter.com


Noam Rappaport 093

RISING COIL, 2016

[acrylic, cotton cord, canvas, and wood with artist’s frame: 35 1/2 x 39 inches] courtesy of the artist and james fuentes, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: jamesfuentes.com


Michelle Rawlings 094

UNTITLED, 2015

[oil on linen and plexiglass frame: 10 1/2 x 7 x 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and, and now, dallas estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: andnow.biz


Dan Rees 095

DELESSERIA SANGUINEA, 2017

[linocut on somerset paper: 11 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and etro estimated retail value: $3,000 websites: danrees.com, tanyaleighton.com


Ben Rivers 096

TWO YEARS AT SEA, 2011

[black-and-white hand-printed photograph: 20 x 16 inches ] courtesy of the artist and kate macgarry, london estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: katemacgarry.com


Daniel Rios Rodriguez 097

PINK PART, 2015

[oil on canvas with objects: 10 x 12 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and nicelle beauchene gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: nicellebeauchene.com


Celia Rogge 098

LADY OF THE LAKE II‌, 2014 [photograph: 60 x 40 inches] edition 1 of 4 courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $8,500 artist website: celiarogge.com


Matthew Ronay 099

ORGANISM COLLIDER (BRUISED), 2015

[basswood, dye, plastic, and gouache: 16 x 31 x 15 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist, marc foxx, los angeles; and casey kaplan, new york estimated retail value: $28,000 gallery websites: marcfoxx.com, caseykaplangallery.com


Amanda Ross-Ho 100

BLACK RAGS (I STILL HATE MONDAYS), 2013

[dyed jersey and rib and thread: 79 x 44 inches] courtesy of the artist and mitchell-innes & nash, new york Š amanda ross-ho estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: miandn.com


Mimmo Rotella 101

CHI Ăˆ, 1996

[dĂŠcollage on galvanized metal: 31 7/8 x 24 inches] courtesy of the mimmo rotella institute and gladstone gallery, new york and brussels estimated retail value: $110,000 gallery website: gladstonegallery.com


Analia Saban 102

THREADED (GRAY) #1, 2017

[acrylic paint woven through burlap: 46 1/2 x 24 1/16 x 2 1/16 inches] courtesy of the artist, sprßth magers; and tanya bonakdar gallery, new york Š analia saban, photo credit: robert brian forest estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery websites: spruethmagers.com, tanyabonakdargallery.com


Robert Sagerman 103

3,972, 2015

[oil on canvas: 21 x 20 inches] courtesy of the artist and cris worley fine arts, dallas estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: crisworley.com


Florian Schmidt 104

UNTITLED (PROXIMITY)53, 2016

[acrylic, vinyl, lacquer, cardboard, and wood: 59 x 47 1/4 x 3 inches] courtesy of the artist and johannes vogt gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,500 gallery website: johannesvogt.nyc


Maximilian Schubert 105

UNTITLED, 2017

[cast acrylic polyurethane, fiberglass, and vinyl: 20 x 18 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and, and now, dallas estimated retail value: $4,500 gallery website: andnow.biz


Hugh Scott-Douglas 106

TP18 EASTBOUND, 2017

[uv cured inkjet print and resin on canvas: 80 x 53 inches] courtesy of the artist, casey kaplan, new york; blum & poe, los angeles/new york/tokyo; and jessica silverman gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery websites: caseykaplangallery.com, blumandpoe.com, jessicasilvermangallery.com


Tomoko Shioyasu 107

SPREADING, 2009

[cut on synthetic paper: 29 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and scai the bathhouse, tokyo estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: scaithebathhouse.com


Gary Simmons 108

CLUB SPLIT, 2016

[mixed media collage on paper: 30 x 20 inches] courtesy of anthony and celeste meier, san francisco estimated retail value: $16,000 gallery website: anthonymeierfinearts.com


Timur Si-Qin 109

STEP AND REPEAT (TBT), 2016

[inkjet print on aluminum sandwich panel: 39 3/8 x 27 1/2 x 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and sociĂŠtĂŠ, berlin estimated retail value: $16,000 websites: timursiqin.com, societeberlin.com


Leon Polk Smith 110

UNTITLED, 1969

[acrylic and tempera on paper: 24 1/2 x 18 inches] courtesy of the leon polk smith foundation and lisson gallery, london and new york estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: lissongallery.com


Anthony Sonnenberg 111

CANDELABRA (PINK RIOT), 2017

[porcelain over stoneware, found ceramic tchotchkes, and glaze: 15 x 10 1/2 x 7 inches] courtesy of the artist and conduit gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: conduitgallery.com


Ettore Spalletti 112

CALMA, 2016

[color impasto on board and gold leaf: 59 x 59 x 1 9/16 inches] courtesy of the artist and marian goodman gallery, new york estimated retail value: $185,000 gallery website: mariangoodman.com


Hito Steyerl 113

TENT/TEXTURE II, KHARKIV, 2015

[uv pigment print on dibond: 39 3/8 x 39 3/8 inches] edition 3 of 5 courtesy of the artist and andrew kreps gallery, new york estimated retail value: $16,000 gallery website: andrewkreps.com


Claire Tabouret 114

THE GOLD MINER, 2017

[oil on board: 60 x 36 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist and night gallery, los angeles photo credit: nik massey estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: nightgallery.ca


Lorraine Tady 115

OCTAGON VIBRATION SERIES/HEATHROW 4, 2017 [graphite and conte on paper: 30 x 22 inches]

courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $2,400 gallery website: barrywhistlergallery.com


Loring Taoka 116

UNTITLED – CURVED ANNULAR SECTOR OR EXTERNAL RECTANGLE, 2016

[paint on plexi: 24 x 18 x 3 inches] courtesy of the artist and galleri urbane, dallas estimated retail value: $1,000 gallery website: galleriurbane.com


Noritaka Tatehana 117

EMBOSSED PAINTING SERIES, 2017

[acrylic on panel: 28 5/8 x 28 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and kosaku kanechika, tokyo Š noritaka tatehana, photo credit: kenji takahashi estimated retail value: $10,000 websites: noritakatatehana.com, kosakukanechika.com


Henry Taylor 118

UNTITLED, 2007

[acrylic and tape on canvas: 16 3/4 x 11 3/4 x 2 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and blum & poe, los angeles/new york/tokyo estimated retail value: $22,000 gallery website: blumandpoe.com


Wolfgang Tillmans 119

PAPER DROP (FRIEND), 2007

[inkjet print on paper and clips: 54 3/8 x 81 1/2 inches] edition 1 of 1, 1 AP courtesy of david zwirner, new york Š wolfgang tillmans estimated retail value: $95,000 gallery website: davidzwirner.com


Quinn Tivey 120

HOME DECOR, 2017

[uv print on dibond: 10 x 20 x 1/2 inches] edition 1 of 2 + AP courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $1,500 artist website: quinntivey.com


Brad Troemel 121

HANDMADE PLANTABLE PAPER (WHITE, PINK, BLUE, YELLOW) WITH TULIPS, (#1 BEAR, TABASCO, AND RARE ERROR TAG FLOPPITY) BEANIE BABIES, AND 25 ROLL AOCS COPPER, 2016 [handmade paper and wildflower seeds: 52 x 43 inches] courtesy of the artist and downs & ross, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: downsross.com


Hiroki Tsukuda 122

BFC TO O, 2017

[black ink and charcoal on paper: 47 3/8 x 71 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and petzel gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: petzel.com


Francis Upritchard 123

KNIGHT, 2011

[modeling material, foil, wire, and marble: 62 1/2 x 18 1/8 x 14 3/16 inches] courtesy of the artist, anton kern gallery, new york; and kate macgarry, london estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery websites: antonkerngallery.com, katemacgarry.com


Leo Villareal 124

BULBOX 5, 2016

[leds, custom hardware, custom electronics, steel, and acrylic: 12 1/2 x 12 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches] edition 25 of 25 + 5 AP courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $15,000 websites: villareal.net, pacegallery.com


Don Voisine 125

SMOOTH SAILING, 2016

[oil on wood panel: 24 x 20 inches] courtesy of the artist and mckenzie fine art, new york estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery website: mckenziefineart.com


Greta Waller 126

EASTER ICE, 2014

[oil on linen: 32 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and del deo & barzune, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: deldeobarzune.com


Tom Wesselmann 127

STUDY FOR BEDROOM PAINTING #39, 1977 [colored pencil on tracing paper: 6 x 8 1/2 inches] courtesy of claire wesselmann and gagosian gallery estimated retail value: $125,000 gallery website: gagosian.com


Zeke Williams 128

STEADY STRIPES, 2017

[archival inkjet and acrylic on canvas: 54 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and erin cluley gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: erincluley.com


Donald Roller Wilson 129

ROYAL MONKEY, 1976

[oil on canvas in artist’s frame: 23 1/4 x 23 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and berggruen gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $38,000 gallery website: berggruen.com


Margo Wolowiec 130

PHOTO OP, 2017

[handwoven polyester, linen, and dye sublimation ink, mounted on linen support: 36 x 28 inches] courtesy of the artist and jessica silverman gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: jessicasilvermangallery.com


Matthew Wong 131

OLD TOWN, 2017

[oil on canvas: 96 x 72 inches] courtesy of the artist, galerie frank elbaz, paris and dallas; and karma, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery websites: galeriefrankelbaz.com, karmakarma.org


Jonas Wood 132

PINK PLANT PATIO LANDSCAPE POT, 2016

[oil and acrylic on canvas: 118 x 90 inches] courtesy of the artist, anton kern gallery, new york; david kordansky gallery, los angeles; gagosian gallery; and shane campbell gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $450,000 gallery websites: antonkerngallery.com, davidkordanskygallery.com, gagosian.com, shanecampbellgallery.com


Rosha Yaghmai 133

CLEAR DAY (INVERTED) (SILVER AWNING), 2016 [cast fiberglass and acrylic: 81 3/4 x 58 x 9 inches]

courtesy of the artist and kayne griffin corcoran, los angeles estimated retail value: $12,500 gallery website: kaynegriffincorcoran.com


Anicka Yi 134

POLLUTION PATTERN, 2017

[epoxy resin, stainless steel, lightbulbs, digital clock interface, and wire: 25 x 24 x 21 inches] courtesy of the artist and 47 canal, new york photo credit: joerg lohse estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: 47canal.us


Toshio Yoshida 135

BURN BY CF NO. 7, 1954

[burnt wood: 9 1/8 x 26 1/4 inches] courtesy of the estate of the artist and fergus mccaffrey, new york estimated retail value: $250,000 gallery website: fergusmccaffrey.com


WEARABLE ART PIECES for more details on each auction lot, please visit the online catalogue at twoxtwo.org


“These are artists whose medium happens to be adornment of the body, or jewelry, rather than painting, or sculpture. They are artists, like other great artists, who see the world in new and different ways, and who incorporate ideas into their art. They make us think. I believe they should be part of the pantheon of great art exhibited in a museum.”

– Deedie Rose, DMA Trustee and former TWO x TWO Gala Chairman 2017 Wearable Art Auction Chairman


Lynn Batchelder 136

A LINE IN SPACE, NO. 8, BROOCH, 2017

[brooch; electroformed copper and silver: 2 1/2 x 2 3/4 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and the gallery at reinstein|ross, new york estimated retail value: $1,000 gallery website: reinsteinross.com


Sofia Bjรถrkman 137

WHAT HAS THE BIRD DONE?, 2016

[neckpiece; polylactic acid, silver, and paint: 18 1/2 x 11 3/8 x 4 inches] courtesy of the artist and gallery platina, stockholm estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: platina.se


Monica Cecchi 138

DAY GLOW SPRING, 2016

[necklace; vintage tin: 11 inches in diameter] courtesy of galleria antonella villanova, florence estimated retail value: $3,800 gallery website: antonellavillanova.it


Bettina Dittlmann 139

FUKUSHIMA, 2011

[brooch; acrylic glass engraved, acrylic paint, digital print on plastic, and silver: 4 1/4 x 4 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and jewelers’werk galerie, washington, dc estimated retail value: $5,800 gallery website: jewelerswerk.com


Benedikt Fischer 140

SHIELD ‘OLEUM OLEUM,’ 2013

[brooch; plastic and remanium: 5 3/4 x 4 3/4 x 1 inches] courtesy of oona gallery, berlin estimated retail value: $1,300 gallery website: oona-galerie.de


Karl Fritsch 141a – 141b

UNTITLED, 2017

[ring; oxidized sterling silver: 7/8 x 7/8 inch, approximate ring size: 3/4 inch in diameter]

UNTITLED, 2017

[ring; oxidized sterling silver: 3/4 x 1 inch, approximate ring size: 3/4 inch in diameter]

courtesy of the artist and the national, christchurch, new zealand estimated retail value: $1,800 each gallery website: thenational.co.nz


Daniel Kruger 142

UNTITLED, 2011

[necklace; silver and pigment: 14 x 3 3/4 inches] courtesy of galerie rob koudijs, amsterdam estimated retail value: $4,750 gallery website: galerierobkoudijs.nl


Otto KĂźnzli 143

THE MANHATTAN PIECE, 1987

[smoking jewelry; paper, linen, rubber, brass, and urinol: 3 1/4 x 4 x 1 1/8 inches] edition of 350 courtesy of the artist and galerie rosemarie jäger, hochheim, germany estimated retail value: $450 gallery website: rosemarie-jaeger.de


Bruno Martinazzi 144

PIEDE, 2011

[brooch; silver 925 and 18 karat gold: 2 1/2 x 2 3/8 x 1 1/8 inches] courtesy of maurer zilioli - contemporary arts, munich estimated retail value: $15,200 gallery website: maurer-zilioli.com


Kazumi Nagano 145

BROOCH, 2017

[brooch; linen paper thread colored with sumi (aosumi), nylon thread, 14 karat gold wire, and silver 950: 3 1/2 x 3 1/8 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of galerie noel guyomarc’h, montreal estimated retail value: $600 gallery website: galerienoelguyomarch.com


Evert Nijland 146

THORNS 2, 2017

[neckpiece; handblown glass, handwoven linen, and silver: 12 1/4 x 10 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and gallery loupe, montclair, new jersey estimated retail value: $5,700 gallery website: galleryloupe.com


Judy Onofrio 147

BRACELET, 1993

[bracelet; Czechoslovakian glass seed beads, lamp works beads, and vintage beads: 4 3/4 x 4 3/4 x 5/8 inches] courtesy of galerie marzee, nijmegen, the netherlands estimated retail value: $1,000 gallery website: marzee.nl


Annelies Planteijdt 148

UNTITLED, 1982/2017

[necklace and bracelet; cardboard and thread: 8 5/8 x 1 3/8 inches (necklace); 3 1/8 x 2 1/2 inches (bracelet)] courtesy of galerie marzee, nijmegen, the netherlands estimated retail value: $1,400 gallery website: marzee.nl


Marzia Rossi 149

ALAE, 2016

[brooch; hand-chiselled silver and oxide: 2 3/8 x 6 3/4 inches] courtesy of galleria antonella villanova, florence estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: antonellavillanova.it


Lucy Sarneel 150

BUNDLE II, 2010

[brooch; zinc and wood: 4 3/8 x 4 3/8 x 2 3/8 inches] courtesy of galerie marzee, nijmegen, the netherlands estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: marzee.nl


Bernard Schobinger 151

CHAIN WITH 3 CROSSES, 1984

[chain; diamond saw blades and cobalt wire: 21 inches] courtesy of gallery s o, london estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: galleryso.com


Robert Smit 152

SQUARE AND LINE, 2017

[brooch; gold, silver, zinc, pigment, and steel: 4 3/4 x 2 3/8 x 1/8 inches] courtesy of maurer zilioli - contemporary arts, munich Š aldo smit estimated retail value: $10,500 gallery website: maurer-zilioli.com


Bettina Speckner 153

BROOCH, 2011

[brooch; found ferrotype, oxidized silver, white gold, photo-etching on zinc, and seed pearls: 3 3/8 x 2 1/4 inches] courtesy of sienna patti, lenox, massachusetts estimated retail value: $5,400 gallery website: siennapatti.com


Lisa Walker 154

UNTITLED, 2015

[pendant; plastic, sterling silver, and thread: 2 3/4 x 2 x 2 5/8 inches (pendant); 6 3/4 inches (necklace cord)] courtesy of the artist and the national, christchurch, new zealand estimated retail value: $1,500 gallery website: thenational.co.nz


Petra Zimmermann 155

WHITE MARBLE, 2013

[ring; costume jewelry elements embedded in hand-sculpted acrylic, gold ring lines the inside against finger: 2 1/2 x 2 x 1 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and ornamentum, hudson, new york estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: ornamentumgallery.com


LUXURY AUCTION ITEMS for more details on each auction lot, please visit the online catalogue at twoxtwo.org


We at amfAR are deeply indebted to Howard and Cindy and all of the TWO x TWO leadership, volunteers and staff, and to our good friends in and around Dallas and in the art community worldwide. Countless lives have been improved and extended because of all you continue to do. On behalf of the entire amfAR Board of Trustees, we thank you and we salute you.

– Kenneth Cole, Chairman of the Board amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research


BULLION: A Celebration of France 156 Experience an evening at Chef Bruno Davaillon’s Bullion exclusively for you and up to 60 of your guests.

The evening will begin with a cocktail reception in the mezzanine level bar and lounge with Champagne, signature cocktails, and passed hors d’oeuvres. With downtown Dallas as the backdrop, guests will enjoy the exquisite atmosphere with live music and a procured art collection featuring pieces by Jeff Elrod, Jean-Michel Othoniel, and Kathryn Andrews, to name a few. A custom-designed seven-course meal, prepared by Chef Bruno and his team, will immerse your guests in a true French dining experience. Each course will be paired by the Bullion Sommelier, Andrew Schawel, with wines from some of the most prestigious Premier Crus, Châteaux, and Champagne houses of France. The evening will be a true celebration of France.

*Maximum 60 persons.

*Chef’s menu, wines, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, music, and gratuities are included. *Mutually agreed upon date. Valid through October 2018. Blackout dates are Fridays and Saturdays in November/December 2017, New Year’s Eve 2017, and February 14, 2018.

courtesy of the hartland-mackie family, chef bruno davaillon, and bullion estimated retail value: priceless website: bullionrestaurant.com


The VIP “No-Wait” Pass for Hillstone, Honor Bar, and R+D Kitchen

157

The coveted VIP Pass entitles the recipient the privilege of a “No-Wait” greeting at three of Dallas’s best and busiest restaurants – Hillstone, Honor Bar, and R+D Kitchen.

*Pass is good for one year from date of issue. *Valid at the Dallas locations only. *Please call 30 minutes prior to arrival for most efficient seating.

courtesy of hillstone restaurant group estimated retail value: priceless company website: hillstone.com


The VIP “No-Wait” Pass at José with Tequila Casa Dragones

158

Skip the wait and enjoy the best of the Jalisco culture in Dallas with José’s fresh take on contemporary Mexican-inspired cuisine. Your party will also enjoy a complimentary round of signature craft cocktails featuring the award-winning Tequila Casa Dragones Blanco during each visit. *Pass is good for one year from date of issue. *Please limit walk-in party to 8 persons maximum.

courtesy of josé and tequila casa dragones estimated retail value: priceless company websites: jose.mx and casadragones.com


Moët & Chandon Vending Machine 159 Own an exclusive Champagne vending machine, created by the world’s most beloved Champagne maker, Moët & Chandon. Originally designed for Selfridge’s department store in London, news of the Moët vending machine went viral, causing an explosion in demand in the US. It has made select appearances at prestigious events including the Weinstein Company & Netflix Golden Globes after party, Harper’s Bazaar’s ICONS gala and more. Despite its popularity, very few have had the exclusive opportunity to own a Moët vending machine for in-home use. For parties of 300 or of one, the vending machine will deliver perfectly chilled (at 42 degrees Fahrenheit) Moët Imperial Minis, redeemed with special Moët coins. Measuring 72” high, 39” wide and 36” deep, the machine weighs 850 pounds and requires 110 voltage electricity. The highest bidder will receive the machine, 350 golden Moët coins, 336 Moët Imperial Minis and 350 golden mini flutes to attach to the mini bottles.

*Includes warranty of 5 years on the compressor, 24 months on the token reader, and 18 months on parts. *Any maintenance issues are handled directly between the owner and the vendor. *One-time delivery and installation inside DFW area is included in the price.

courtesy of moët & chandon estimated retail value: $24,000 company website: mhusa.com


San Miguel de Allende with Tequila Casa Dragones and Todd and Ceron

160 Calling four foodie couples who appreciate a fabulous city with tequila, food, fun, and the cutest two tour guides: Todd and Ceron! When visiting San Miguel de Allende for four days and nights, there’s no more memorable experience than an exclusive stay at La Casa Dragones, the original 17th century stables of the legendary Dragones cavalry of San Miguel de Allende, now home to Tequila Casa Dragones. This beautiful and rustic four-bedroom house in the heart of the city features queen beds, en suites in every room, and gorgeous outdoor seating and dining areas for your complimentary breakfast each day. Receive luxury turn-down service nightly designed by the team at Todd Events – and they know a good amenity bag! Your days will be filled with shopping and day trips with Todd and Ceron as your guides. Activities include a swimming excursion at the Mayan Baths in thermal water caves, a beautiful lunch worthy of a magazine photo shoot at the Santa Terrisma lavender fields, and a private lunch at La Casa Dragones with comprehensive presentation of the handcrafted techniques that result in Casa Dragones’ signature tasting tequilas. Curated dinners by some of the city’s best chefs await you in the evenings. Enjoy a five-course seasonal tasting menu by Chef Donnie Masterton at The Restaurant, sourced from local and organic farms and ranchers; another five-course menu at Aperi by Chef Matteo Salas; and a lovely family-style sunset dinner al fresco at Luna Rooftop Tapas Bar at the Rosewood San Miguel de Allende. The fourth day is yours free to enjoy the San Miguel de Allende culture and cuisine on your own. This is sure to be four days and nights filled with fun, food, and great friends. Salud!

*Lodging expires October 28, 2019. Housekeeping included. Reservations require three (3) months advanced notice and are subject to availability. *Dinners expire October 28, 2018, and are for eight (8) guests each. Gratuities not *Dinner at The Restaurant includes welcome margarita by Tequila Casa Dragones. Wine and spirits not *Dinner at Aperi includes welcome cocktail. Wine and spirits not *Dinner at Luna Rooftop includes special selection of wine and

included. included. included. cocktails.

*Mutually agreed upon dates for all dinners, activities, and for Todd and Ceron’s schedules.

courtesy of todd fiscus and ceron, tequila casa dragones, the restaurant, aperi/levain and co., and rosewood san miguel de allende estimated retail value: priceless websites: toddevents.com, casadragones.com, therestaurantsanmiguel.com, levainco.com, rosewoodhotels.com/en/san-miguel-de-allende


SUITSUPPLY 161

European fashion brand Suitsupply wants to make sure you reach every airport gate on time and in style with their one-of-a-kind Race Case and styling experience. The ultimate gift for the modern jet-setter: innovative, refined, and undeniably stylish, the overhead-friendly Italian leather Race Case suitcase features an easily foldable scooter that will have you smoothly rolling from check-in to terminal. It all comes full circle with a $10,000 gift card as well as a complimentary fitting and styling by Suitsupply VP Nish de Gruiter. Never miss a flight again, and always reach your final destination in style! *Three additional Race Cases to be sold separately at the TWO x TWO auction. *Gift voucher can be redeemed in all U.S. stores before October 28, 2018. *Styling and fitting choices subject to availability.

courtesy of suitsupply estimated retail value: $10,500 company website: website: suitsupply.com


LIMITED EDITION LEVI’S X ALEX ISRAEL TRUCKER JACKET FROM THE TOT

162 To celebrate 50 years, iconic denim brand Levi’s pays homage to its beloved Trucker Jacket. In an exclusive partnership with The Tot, Levi’s has created 20 limited edition children’s jackets emblazoned with multi-media artist Alex Israel’s designs. Each jacket is signed and numbered by the artist. This edition, numbered 20 of 20, children’s Trucker Jacket features Israel’s oversized smiling avocado chenille patch and was created specially for the TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art auction. It also comes with a one-of-a-kind matching adult jacket. You and your tot can be holiday card ready, or choose to frame on display in the playroom to inspire your tiny budding artist or fashion designer. A perfect and unique gift for the tot mama who has it all.

*Child’s jacket is size 3T and adult jacket is women’s size medium.

courtesy of the tot estimated retail value: priceless website: thetot.com


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


Special Thanks from TWO x TWO 2017 TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is a remarkable illustration of what can be achieved when the vision, determination, passion, and incredible generosity of so many people converge. Since its inception in 1999, TWO x TWO has raised over $68 million for amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art. We are truly inspired and moved by the unrelenting support and devotion of the Dallas community and our friends in the contemporary art world who together have created one of the most beloved and significant fundraising endeavors of our time. It is with sincere gratitude that we acknowledge the following for their exceptional contributions to TWO x TWO 2017: DMA and amfAR Board Trustee Cindy Rachofsky and her husband, Howard, for welcoming us into their magnificent Richard Meier-designed house for the 19th time. It is their remarkable vision and passionate support for the Dallas Museum of Art, their dedication to amfAR and the fight against AIDS, and their extraordinary generosity that have made TWO x TWO such a cherished experience for everyone involved. We are eternally grateful for their heartfelt commitment and leadership. Distinguished artist Jonas Wood, this year’s recipient of the amfAR Award of Excellence for Artistic Contributions to the Fight Against AIDS. The presentation of this annual award will take place during a brunch on Sunday, October 29, at The Warehouse, sponsored by Highland Park Village, whom we thank for their support. It is a great privilege to welcome Jonas Wood, and we thank him and our friends at Wood Kusaka Studios, Anton Kern Gallery, David Kordansky Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, and Shane Campbell Gallery for their many years of support of TWO x TWO. TWO x TWO’s spectacular Chairmen, Nasiba and Thomas Hartland-Mackie. Nasiba and Thomas have supported TWO x TWO for many years. We are grateful to the Hartland-Mackie family for their friendship and generous support.


Presenting Sponsor Harry Winston for their magnanimous participation in TWO x TWO as part of their groundbreaking global partnership with amfAR in the fight against AIDS. Our wonderful friends at Cadillac for their tremendous support again as our Presenting Sponsor. We also thank them for providing ground transportation in Cadillac CT6 sedans for many of our VIP guests during the weekend of events. Platinum Sponsors Dom Pérignon, Sotheby’s, and Suitsupply. Dom Pérignon has generously provided the Champagne for the TWO x TWO Gala for 17 years. Sotheby’s 18-year partnership with TWO x TWO has been instrumental to the success of the event, most notably through their annual underwriting of the auction catalogue. We are delighted to welcome our newest sponsor, Suitsupply, to TWO x TWO. Todd Fiscus of Todd Events for lending his outstanding creativity to designing the décor for this event in our spectacular tent. Todd’s creative genius and commitment to this event are without rival; his inspiration and designs create the originality and beauty inside the magnificent tent each year. Thank you, Todd, and your amazing team, for willingly and enthusiastically sharing your talent with TWO x TWO for the 19th year. Heartfelt thanks to our loyal friends at Chubb Personal Insurance and IMA | Waldman for their generous and continued participation together as the Art Sponsors. Also, sincere thanks to Ron and Maryellen Spears for returning as our Live Auction Sponsor. Cheers to Belvedere, Dom Pérignon, Miraval Rosé, Moët Hennessy U.S.A., and Tequila Casa Dragones who generously provide the luxury Champagne and cocktails for the week of TWO x TWO events. Headington Companies and Forty Five Ten for sponsoring Thursday’s sensational First Look preview party. We warmly thank DJ Lucy Wrubel for again providing the great tunes. And we thank TTH Forty Five Ten for their sponsorship of the 2nd annual TWO x TWO Family Day at


Highland Park Village. Heartfelt thanks to Tim Headington, our Celebrity Travel Sponsor, for once again helping us bring a sensational level of talent to TWO x TWO. We are thrilled to have the multi-talented Ryan Tedder as this year’s featured entertainer, and we welcome Armie Hammer as TWO x TWO’s master of ceremonies. Melissa Ireland, Director, TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art, for her tenacity, ingenuity, and devotion in planning the remarkable 19th year of TWO x TWO. amfAR’s staff for their hands-on leadership and vision in the realization of this event. In particular, special thanks to Cassandra Dawes, Yael De Guia, Briana DiTore, Sue Doster, Andrew McInnes, Eric Muscatell, Megan Posada, Bennah Serfaty, Abigail Scheflen, and AnnMari Shannahan. The staff of the DMA for their invaluable help in promoting the event and mobilizing the art community. We wish to recognize in particular Gavin Delahunty, the Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art. Sincere gratitude to Shyam Oberoi, Director of Technology, for his assistance with TWO x TWO’s website and online catalogue. Meg Gratch, Auction Manager, for her thoroughness in framing, shipping, and preparing the works for the auction. Connie Cullum-Byers, Sara Deal, Thomas Feulmer, Abel Hernandez, Jeanne Lil Chvosta, Jodie Oliver, Caitlin Overton, Anna Pates, Tony Silva, and Patricia Venegas of The Rachofsky Collection and The Warehouse, whose hard work is instrumental in the production of this event. We thank them all for their significant contributions. Texas Graphic Resource, Inc., for their expertise and assistance in designing and producing the TWO x TWO invitations and auction catalogue. Their generous support and creativity have been instrumental in continuing the success of TWO x TWO’s printed materials and catalogue. Special thanks to Michael Saint for his creativity and dedication in graphic design production this year. The Buzzell Company for managing the local press campaign. We also thank Patron Magazine, our local Media Sponsor, for the generous and inspiring coverage of TWO x TWO.


Silver Sponsors Unified Fine Arts Services for facilitating the TWO x TWO art installation at The Rachofsky House and Displays Fine Art Services for assisting with the artwork shipments to Dallas. We also thank UBS | The Cantrell Reinbold Group, our Financial Services Silver Sponsor. We thank the many friends and volunteers who have facilitated the production of this event and insured its continued success. In particular, we recognize our wonderful friend Cindy Ferris, who again coordinated the travel plans of our many TWO x TWO guests visiting from outside of Dallas. We would like to thank and recognize our additional in-kind sponsors whose contributions are an integral part of TWO x TWO: Bird Bakery, Bullion, Calligraphic Arts, The Cultured Cup, Empire Baking Co., Gold Crown Valet, Grange Hall, Hadleigh’s, Hillstone, Marguerite Steed Hoffman and Tom Lentz, José on Lovers, The Joule Hotel, PRO/SOUND, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Rosewood San Miguel de Allende, Runyon Fine Arts, Safe Art SAT, Inc., San Pellegrino/Acqua Panna, Strong Travel Services, Switch Lighting Group, The Tot, and Whitewall Magazine. Without the support of the Dallas community, this event would not be the spectacular success it is today. And finally, a project involving an auction of this magnitude is only possible because of the support of the artists whose extraordinary contributions this year and throughout the last two decades has brought unprecedented success to TWO x TWO. Their commitment to the fight against AIDS and to the development of the DMA’s Contemporary Art Program demonstrates the generosity of the human spirit and the power it can have to make significant and positive changes in our lives. We are profoundly grateful for their exceptional goodwill, which is the foundation for the success of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art.

Kevin Robert Frost Chief Executive Officer amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

Agustín Arteaga Eugene McDermott Director Dallas Museum of Art


BIDDING PROCEDURES ABSENTEE BID FORM CONDITIONS OF SALE


BIDDING PROCEDURES YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT AT THE OCTOBER 28 GALA TO BUY GREAT ART! Works in the silent and live auctions at the October 28 gala can be identified by lot number on the bid sheets hanging next to each piece at The Rachofsky House. To bid on an artwork in the silent auction, guests may enter their paddle number and bid amount, noting the required bidding increments. Any work, at amfAR and TWO x TWO's discretion, is eligible to be included in the live auction during the gala dinner; works chosen as live auction items will be labeled as such no later than Friday, October 27, 2017. If you are unable to attend TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art on Saturday, October 28, and would like to place a bid on a live or silent auction lot, you may complete the Absentee Bid Form and submit it by Friday, October 27. A TWO x TWO auction representative can bid on your behalf up to your pre-set maximum bid. If the work is part of the live auction, you may also be on the phone with an auction representative to place your bids during the live auction. You may download the Absentee Bid Form or contact Meg Gratch at meg@rachofskyhouse.org for assistance with absentee bidding. Works in the OWNitNOW auction are accompanied by icons indicating they are part of the OWNitNOW pre-auction. These works will be for sale during the preview period from October 16 to October 27. For more information on how to bid on these items please refer to the OWNitNOW instructions at the beginning of the printed catalogue or online at twoxtwo.org/own-it-now. Successful bidders, including absentee bidders, will be notified no later than Monday, October 30. You may download the CONDITIONS OF SALE for more information about winning bids. All works must be removed from The Rachofsky House by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 31, or they will be sent to storage at the winning bidder’s expense. Contact Meg Gratch, Auction Manager, at (817) 243-2090 or meg@rachofskyhouse.org with any questions about bidding, absentee bids, OWNitNOW, or to obtain a catalogue. For more information and to view the catalogue online, please visit twoxtwo.org/catalogue.


ABSENTEE BID FORM The TWO x TWO AUCTION will take place at The Rachofsky House on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Absentee bids or call requests placed on items in the LIVE AUCTION must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 27, 2017. Bid forms can be downloaded at twoxtwo.org. Completed forms may be faxed to The Rachofsky House at (214) 750-9766 or emailed to Meg Gratch, Auction Manager, at meg@rachofskyhouse.org.

THERE ARE TWO OPTIONS FOR ABSENTEE BIDDING. Please select one of these options:

q Option 1: Please bid by proxy on my behalf at TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2017 in the bidding increments determined by the auctioneer, up to but not exceeding my maximum bid specified below as permitted by other bids or reserves for the following work(s). I agree to be bound by the CONDITIONS OF SALE printed in the TWO x TWO catalogue.

ARTIST

TITLE or DESCRIPTION of LOT

MAXIMUM BID

__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ Option 2: Please call me at one of the following phone numbers so that I can be on the phone with an auction representative during the auction closeout. I agree to be bound by the CONDITIONS OF SALE printed in the TWO x TWO catalogue.

q

Primary Phone #:________________________________ Alternate Phone #:_______________________________ I am interested in bidding by phone on the following auction lots:

ARTIST

TITLE or DESCRIPTION of LOT

MAXIMUM BID

__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ BIDDER INFORMATION: Bidder Name (print) ____________________________________________________ Billing Address _____________________________________________________________________________ City ______________________________________________ State ________ Zip ______________________ Phone ____________________ Fax ____________________ Email ___________________________________ TWO x TWO WELCOMES YOUR BID USING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PAYMENT METHODS: Personal check (payable to amfAR) q AmEx q Visa q MasterCard q Discover Card Number _____________________________ Expiration Date (mo/yr) __________ Security Code______ Signature __________________________________________________ Date ___________________________ Successful bidders will be notified by telephone no later than Monday, October 30. The purchaser is responsible for removing works from The Rachofsky House no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 31, after which storage fees apply. If needed, shipping arrangements must be made by Wednesday, November 1. Visit twoxtwo.org/catalogue to view the complete 2017 auction catalogue online. For more information about TWO x TWO, please contact Melissa Ireland, Director, at melissa@rachofskyhouse.org.


CONDITIONS OF SALE

TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WORKS IN THIS AUCTION HAVE BEEN DONATED TO amfAR AND THE DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART. IF THEY DO NOT FIND A PERMANENT HOME IN YOUR COLLECTION, WE ASK THAT YOU CONSIDER DONATING THEM TO A MUSEUM. The property listed in the TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art catalogue and online at twoxtwo.org will be offered and sold by amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, herein known as amfAR, a 501(c)3 entity. Any questions should be directed to amfAR and not to the event sponsors nor auctioneer, who serves merely as auctioneer for amfAR in conducting the auction sale and participates on the following terms and conditions, as amended by any posted notices or oral announcements during the sale, which govern the sale of all the property offered at the auction: 1. (a) Neither the auctioneer nor amfAR assumes any risk, liability or responsibility for the authenticity of the authorship of any property offered at this auction (that is, the identity of the creator or the period, culture, source or origin, as the case may be, with which the creation of any property is identified). (b) ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD "AS IS" AND NEITHER THE AUCTIONEER NOR amfAR MAKES ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND OR NATURE, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPERTY, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL EITHER OF THEM BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CORRECTNESS OF ANY CATALOGUE OR NOTICES OR DESCRIPTIONS OF PROPERTY, OR BE DEEMED TO HAVE MADE ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTY OF PHYSICAL CONDITION, SIZE, QUALITY, RARITY, IMPORTANCE, GENUINENESS, ATTRIBUTION, AUTHENTICITY, PROVENANCE OR HISTORICAL RELEVANCE OF THE PROPERTY. No statement in any catalogue, notice or description or made at the sale, in any bill of sale invoice or elsewhere, shall be deemed such a representation or warranty or any assumption of liability. Neither the auctioneer nor amfAR makes any representation or warranty, expressed or implied, as to whether the purchaser acquires any reproduction rights in the property. Prospective bidders should inspect the property before bidding to determine its condition, size and whether or not it has been repaired or restored. 2. Any property may be withdrawn by amfAR at any time before the actual sale without any liability therefor. 3. The auctioneer and amfAR reserve the right to reject a bid from any bidder. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the event of any dispute between bidders, the auctioneer and amfAR shall have sole and final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to reoffer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, amfAR’s sale records shall be conclusive in all respects. 4. If the auctioneer determines that any opening bid is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, s/he may reject the same and withdraw the article from sale, and if, having acknowledged an opening bid, s/he decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, s/he may reject the advance. 5. On the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, the highest bidder shall be deemed to have purchased the offered lot subject to all of the conditions set forth herein and thereupon (a) assumes the risk and responsibility thereof (including without limitation damage to frames or glass covering the prints), (b) will sign a confirmation of purchase thereof and (c) will pay the full purchase price therefor or such part as amfAR may require. All property shall be removed from The Rachofsky House by the purchaser at his/her expense no later than 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 31, 2017. If not so removed, the property will be sent by amfAR at the expense of the purchaser to a public warehouse for the account, risk, and expense of the purchaser and such added charges will then be added to the purchase price of the object. If the foregoing conditions and other applicable conditions are not complied with, in addition to other remedies available to amfAR by law, including, without limitation, the right to hold the purchaser liable for the bid price, amfAR at its option, may either (a) cancel the sale or (b) resell the property on three days notice to the purchaser and for the account and risk of the purchaser, either publicly or privately, and in such event the purchaser shall be liable for payment of any deficiency, plus all other charges due hereunder and incidental damages. 6. Deliveries outside of Texas may be subject to the tax of another state and, where a duty of collection is imposed by law, amfAR will require payment of all said taxes. 7. A purchase price above fair market value is eligible for deductibility as a charitable contribution. The final determination of fair market value is, for tax purposes, the responsibility of the purchaser. 8. All checks must be made payable to amfAR. 9. (a) Neither the auctioneer nor amfAR is responsible for errors or omissions arising out of or resulting from order bids or bids transmitted by telephone, including without limitation, errors or omissions arising from mechanical difficulties or failure. (b) Some lots may be offered for sale subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. The auctioneer may implement such reserve by bidding on behalf of amfAR. 10. Items in the Live and Silent Auctions will be subject to these Conditions of Sale. The amount of any bid must be equal to or exceed the required increment as indicated online or on the bid form and must be in round dollar amounts and on the provided increment. All signed bids are binding and successful bidders not present at the auction will be notified by phone or email no later than Monday, October 30, 2017. 11. These Conditions of Sale, as well as the purchaser’s and amfAR’s respective rights and obligations hereunder, shall be governed by and construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas. By bidding at an auction, whether present in person or by agent, order bid, telephone or other means, the purchaser shall be deemed to have consented to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state courts, and the federal courts sitting in the State of Texas.


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ARTIST INDEX


* Adian, Justin

001

Cianciolo, Susan 024-025

Hahn, Heidi

048

Agematsu, Yuji

002

Collins, Phil

026

* Hayes, Kirk

049

Ahearn, John

003

Conner, Bruce

027

Hein, Jeppe

050

Anderson, Hurvin

004

Cuevas, Minerva

028

Hernández, Secundino 051

* Arsham, Daniel

005

D’Avila, Carl

029

* Himid, Lubaina

052

Balliano, Davide

006

Davy, TM

030

Höglund, Richard

053

Batchelder, Lynn

136

Dittlmann, Bettina

139

Horton, Tony

054

Bauer, Michael

007

Dodge, Tomory

031

Howard, Ridley

055

Berthot, Jake

008

Doherty, Willie

032

Hughes, Shara

056

Bick, Andrew

009

* Edwards, Gregory

033

* Ito, Parker

057

Biggers, Sanford

010

Espinosa, Manuel

034

* Janssens, Ann Veronica 058

Björkman, Sofia

137

Falls, Sam

035

* Kim, Yong-Ik

059

Bley, Ragna

011

Finley, Shannon

036

* Kline, Josh

060

Bloom, Barbara

012

Fischer, Benedikt

140

Komatsu, Miwa

061

Bradford, Katherine

013

* Fisher, Morgan

037

Kruger, Daniel

142

Braeckman, Dirk

014

* Fordjour, Derek

038

Künzli, Otto

143

Fragateiro, Fernanda 039

* Law, Bob

062

French, Jessie Homer 040

* Lee, Kun-Yong

063

Fritsch, Karl

Lee, Margaret

064

015 Brauntuch, Troy

016

Campana, Fernando and Humberto

017-018

141

* Garber-Maikovska, Aaron 041 * Lindberg, Anne

065

* Carnegie, Gillian

019

GCC

042

Lipps, Matt

066

* Carter, Nathan

020

Gomez, Sayre

043

Locke, Hew

067

Cartmel, Douglas Leon 021

* Graham, Rodney

044

Longstreth, Jake

068

Casteel, Jordan

022

Greenfield-Sanders, Isca 045

Losh, Josh Bailer

069

Cecchi, Monica

138

* Guadagnoli, Leah

046

*Lucas, Sarah

070

* Chambers, Matthew

023

Haas Brothers, The

047

Mack, Eric N.

071


Maggi, Marco

072

Rappaport, Noam

093

Tabouret, Claire

114

Mahinay, Erica

073

Rawlings, Michelle

094

Tady, Lorraine

115

Mapplethorpe, Robert 074

Rees, Dan

095

Taoka, Loring

116

Martinazzi, Bruno

Rivers, Ben

096

Tatehana, Noritaka

117

Masanobu, Masatoshi 075

144

Rodriguez, Daniel Rios 097

* Taylor, Henry

118

McCarthy, Alicia

076

Rogge, Celia

098

Tillmans, Wolfgang

119

McKeown, William

077

* Ronay, Matthew

099

Tivey, Quinn

120

* Meese, Jonathan

078

Ross-Ho, Amanda

100

* Troemel, Brad

121

Membrino, Anna

079

Rossi, Marzia

149

Tsukuda, Hiroki

122

* Mendieta, Ana

080

* Rotella, Mimmo

101

* Upritchard, Francis

123

Mizu, Tetsuo

081

Saban, Analia

102

Villareal, Leo

124

Mukai, Shuji

082

Sagerman, Robert

103

Voisine, Don

125

Nagano, Kazumi

145

Sarneel, Lucy

150

Walker, Lisa

154

Nakamura, Kazumi

083

Schmidt, Florian

104

Waller, Greta

126

Nijland, Evert

146

Schobinger, Bernard

151

Wesselmann, Tom

127

* Nozkowski, Thomas

084

Schubert, Maximilian 105

Williams, Zeke

128

O’Brien, William J.

085

* Scott-Douglas, Hugh

106

Wilson, Donald Roller 129

* Olson, Alex

086

* Shioyasu, Tomoko

107

Wolowiec, Margo

130

Onofrio, Judy

147

Simmons, Gary

108

Wong, Matthew

131

Opie, Catherine

087

* Si-Qin, Timur

109

Wood, Jonas

132

Othoniel, Jean-Michel 088

Smit, Robert

152

* Yaghmai, Rosha

133

Parker, Ray

089

* Smith, Leon Polk

110

* Yi, Anicka

134

* Parsons, Betty

090

Sonnenberg, Anthony 111

* Yoshida, Toshio

135

* Pils, Tobias

091

Spalletti, Ettore

112

Zimmermann, Petra

155

Planteijdt, Annelies

148

Speckner, Bettina

153

* Quaytman, Harvey

092

Steyerl, Hito

113

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GALLERY INDEX


303 Gallery 47 canal

044

Casey Kaplan

020, 022, 099, 106

033, 060, 134

Chateau Shatto

057

ACME. 031

Conduit Gallery

049, 111

Alexander and Bonin

003

Cris Worley Fine Arts

103

Alexander Gray Associates

090

David Kordansky Gallery

132

Almine Rech Gallery

001

David Lewis Gallery

012

Altman Siegel

086

David Zwirner

119

Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe

045

Del Deo & Barzune

126

AND NOW

094, 105

Andrew Kreps Gallery

113

Downs & Ross

011, 121

Erin Cluley Gallery

079, 128

Anthony Meier Fine Arts

004, 108

Esther Schipper

058

Anton Kern Gallery

123, 132

Fergus McCaffrey

135

Axel Vervoordt Gallery

075

Gagosian Gallery

127, 132

Barry Whistler Gallery

115

Galerie Eva Presenhuber

035

Galerie Frank Elbaz

131

Berggruen Gallery

076, 129

Betty Cuningham Gallery Blum & Poe

008

083, 106, 118

Galerie Gisela Capitain

019, 091

Galerie Lelong & Co.

080

Bortolami 037

Galerie Marzee

Bridget Donahue

Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h

145

CANADA 013

Galerie Rob Koudijs

142

Carpenters Workshop Gallery 017, 018

Galerie Rosemarie Jäger

143

Carrie Secrist Gallery

Galleri Nicolai Wallner

050

024, 025

036

147, 148, 150


Galleri Urbane

116

Karma 131

Galleria Antonella Villanova 138, 149

Kate MacGarry

Gallery Hyundai

063

Kayne Griffin Corcoran

133

Gallery Loupe

146

Kent Fine Art

016

Gallery at Reinstein|Ross

136

Kerlin Gallery

Gallery Platina

137

Kosaku Kanechika

117

Gallery S O

151

Kukje Gallery

059

Ghebaly Gallery

043

Kurimanzutto 028

Gladstone Gallery

101

Lehmann Maupin

087

009, 067

Lisson Gallery

110

Hannah Hoffman Gallery

035

ltd los angeles

068

Hauser & Wirth

015

Lora Reynolds Gallery

047

Holly Johnson Gallery

021

Luce Gallery

006, 038

Hollybush Gardens

052

Lyles & King

073

Inman Gallery

031

Marc Foxx

099

Marc Selwyn Fine Art

066

Marian Goodman Gallery

112

Jessica Silverman Gallery 036, 106, 130

Marianne Boesky Gallery

010

Jewelers’werk Galerie

139

Marinaro Gallery

055

Johannes Vogt Gallery

104

Massimo de Carlo

010

Hales Gallery

Jack Hanley Gallery James Fuentes

Josée Bienvenu Gallery Kaikai Kiki Gallery

048, 064 093

039, 072 083

096, 123

032, 077

Maurer Zilioli – Contemporary Arts 144, 152 McKenzie Fine Art

125


Mier Gallery

007

September Gallery

065

Miguel Abreu Gallery

002

Shane Campbell Gallery

Mitchell-Innes & Nash

042, 100

085, 132

Sienna Patti

153

Monique Meloche Gallery

010

Société 109

Moran Bondaroff

071

Sprüth Magers

102

Nathalie Karg Gallery

029

Stephen Friedman Gallery

034

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery

097

Stuart Shave/Modern Art

060

Night Gallery

114

T293 073

Nyehaus 027

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

026, 102

OONA Gallery

140

Team Gallery

057

Ornamentum Gallery

155

The National

141, 154

Pace Gallery

084, 124

The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation

074

Perrotin

005, 088

Tim Van Laere Gallery

078 059

Petzel Gallery

122

Tina Kim Gallery

R & Company

047

Van Doren Waxter

030, 092

Rachel Uffner Gallery

056

Various Small Fires

040

Regen Projects

087

Victoria Miro

051

Rental Gallery

023

Washburn Gallery

089

Richard Saltoun Gallery

062

Whitestone Gallery

Ronchini Gallery

053

Zeno X Gallery

Sadie Coles HQ

070

ZieherSmith 069

SCAI The Bathhouse

107

061, 081, 082 014


LET'S GIVE THE EPIDEMIC AN EPIC ENDING! In February 2014 amfAR launched a bold new initiative called

Countdown to a Cure for AIDS. The goal? To develop the scientific basis for a cure by 2020. To spearhead this initiative, in 2015 we established the amfAR Institute for HIV Cure Research, a collaborative enterprise involving many of the best minds in HIV research. We are immensely grateful to everyone associated with TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art for their past support. And we hope we can count on your continued support as we count down to a cure. Thank you!

curecountdown.org


We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for sharing this journey with us for the last 2 decades. Never in our wildest imaginations 19 years ago did we dare to dream that TWO x TWO would grow to become the force it is today - one that has changed countless lives for the better, raised over $70 million for amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art, and inspired and connected friends around the globe.

We hope each of you will join us next year for the 20th anniversary of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art, Saturday, October 27, 2018. – Cindy and Howard Rachofsky


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