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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 $25 million in its eleven year history in support of amfAR’s AIDS research initiatives and the Dallas Museum of Art’s contemporary art acquisition program and exhibitions. TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art has evolved into a weeklong series of social events aimed at advancing the progress of amfAR and engaging 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 80 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. www.2x2online.org

Founded in 1985, amfAR 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. amfAR-funded research has increased our understanding of HIV and has helped lay the groundwork for major advances in the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS. Since its founding, amfAR has invested more than $307 million in its mission and has awarded grants to more than 2,000 research teams worldwide. amfAR continues to pursue an entrepreneurial research strategy, supporting pioneering studies in areas that are not being adequately investigated by others.  In May 2010, amfAR launched a new research collaboration aimed at accelerating the search for a cure for HIV/AIDS. www.amfAR.org

The Dallas Museum of Art features one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of art in the South and Southwest. Highlights of the collection include European painting and sculpture; distinguished holdings in Indonesian, South Asian and African art; American paintings and sculpture, including ancient art of the Americas; and important modern and contemporary works. With its growing collection and compelling schedule of special exhibitions and programs, the Museum is the anchor of the downtown Dallas Arts District. The Museum encourages a lifelong journey of enjoying and learning from art and is committed to redefining the way people experience art. The DMA directs all proceeds from TWO x TWO to the Contemporary Art Acquisition Fund and exhibitions. www.dallasmuseumofart.org


event chairs Suzanne Droese and Lucilo Peña event hosts Cindy and Howard Rachofsky featured artist Christopher Wool honorary chair Stanley Tucci TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art the 12th annual gala dinner and art auction benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and the Dallas Museum of Art Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 The Rachofsky House, 8605 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas platinum sponsors Sotheby’s • Talbots silent auction 6:30 p.m. presented by The Snoring Center seated dinner 8:00 p.m. with performances by Alan Cumming and Cheyenne Jackson presented by Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel live auction 9:00 p.m. presented by Aston Martin of Dallas conducted by Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s, North and South America luxury cocktails and champagne provided by Moët Hennessy USA valet provided by GDT


2 x 2 for 2 Maria and Kenneth Cole • Jennifer and John Eagle • Cindy and Howard Rachofsky grand benefactor table Deedie and Rusty Rose benefactor tables AT&T, Inc. • Nancy and Clint Carlson • The Robert and Nancy Dedman Foundation Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman/Amy and John Phelan • Marguerite Steed Hoffman • Human Rights Campaign • Gene and Jerry Jones Ana and Sherrill Pettus • Janelle and Alden Pinnell • Christen and Derek Wilson patron tables Naomi Aberly and Laurence Lebowitz/Lebowitz Family Foundation • Leland Burk and Thomas Feulmer/Elaine and Trevor Pearlman Ana and Don Carty • Gay & Lesbian Fund for Dallas • The Goss-Michael Foundation • The Horchow Family Mr. Panos Karpidas and Mrs. Elisabeth Farrell • Catherine and Will Rose • Lisa and John Runyon Gable and Ed Shaikh • Turning Point Foundation grand benefactor tickets Nathalie and Charles de Gunzburg • The Eugene McDermott Foundation • Susan and Bill Montgomery Kelli and Allen Questrom • Katherine and Eric Reeves benefactor tickets Christopher M. Bass • Lindsey and Patrick Collins • Rex Cumming and Chris Gonzalez • Claire and Dwight Emanuelson Amy and Vernon Faulconer • Marion Flores and I. D. Flores III • Deborah Green and Clayton Aynesworth • Nancy and Tim Hanley Kim and Tony Horton • Laree Hulshoff and Ben Fischer • Susan and Bob Kaminski • Muffin and John Lemak Megan and Casey McManemin • Susan Mead • Neal Meltzer • Richard Metzner and Mark Sapitsky • Edward Tyler Nahem Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger • Pam and Gary Patsley • Carolyn and Karl Rathjen • Micki and Mike Rawlings Lysa and Greg Rohan • Cindy and Armond Schwartz • Jan and Jim Showers • Gayle and Paul Stoffel Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Stream III • Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Strick • Sharon and Michael Young patron tickets Frank Aldridge • Kurt Anderson • Andrews Kurth LLP • Heather and Ray Balestri • Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller • Jeff Bernardy Lucy and Henry Billingsley • Brian Bolke and Faisal Halum • Lael and Peter Brodsky • Gonzalo Bueno and Michael McCray • David Cadwallader Jennifer and Coley Clark • D’Amelio Terras • Barbara and Don Daseke • Suzanne and David Droese • Maria and Amir Ecker Kimberly Elting and Stewart Cohen • Equinox Fitness Clubs • Regen and Jeff Fearon • Cindy Ferris • Kevin Fink and Michael Corman Joanne and Mark Giambrone • Cathal Grant and Michael Aguilar • Debbie and Eric Green • Fanchon and Howard Hallam Mary and Rocky Hambric • Zoe and Todd Hart • Joan and George Hornig • Julie Johnson and Sue Moster • Lorena Junco and Eduardo Margain Janet and Terry Kafka • Thomas Keller and Laura Cunningham • Wendy and Edward King • Kline Family Foundation • Lisa and Peter Kraus Terry and Jeff Kurz • Stephanie and Jody LaNasa • Carol and John Levy • Robert Levy and Michael Clifford • Sofia and Mauricio Lobeira Michelle and William Lockhart • Francis Luttmer and Jose Gomez • Catherine and Douglas MacMahon • Katherine Mathes Mike McAdams and Eric Paulson • David Morales • Nancy Perot Mulford • Jay Oppenheimer and Dolph Haas • Lucilo Peña and Lee Cobb Karen and Richard Pollock • Stacey and John Relton • Lizzie and Dan Routman • James R. Seitz, Jr. • Rhett Stein • Emily and Steve Summers Greg Swalwell and Terry Connor • Leigh and Jason Taylor • Gary Tigges and Cyrus Hadjesmaili • Christopher J. Vesy and Alan E. Roller Merry and Chad Vose • Shelby Wagner and Niven Morgan • Lucy and Steve Wrubel • Piper and Mike Wyatt • Karen Zeligson


platinum sponsors Sotheby’s • Talbots gold sponsors Jennifer and John Eagle / Aston Martin of Dallas • Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel Moët Hennessy USA • Neiman Marcus • todd. event design. creative services • Waldman Bros. / Chubb Personal Insurance art sponsor Waldman Bros. / Chubb Personal Insurance art co-chairmen Jennifer Eagle and Derek Wilson tent design Todd Fiscus for todd. event design. creative services catalogue sponsor Sotheby’s graphic design and printing Texas Graphic Resource Inc. luxury cocktails and champagne provided by Moët Hennessy USA auctioneer Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s, North and South America live auction sponsor Aston Martin of Dallas silent auction sponsor Dr. Craig Schwimmer, The Snoring Center luxury auction sponsor Dana Davis luxury auction donors Attolini / Baia High Performance Yachts / Capri Palace Hotel and Spa / Hadleigh’s • BRM North America Cartier • Dana Davis • Derek Lam / London Hotel NYC • Hillstone / R+D Kitchen Robb Report / Colgin Cellars / The French Laundry / Meadowood Napa Valley • Thakoon valet sponsor GDT celebrity travel sponsor Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel financial services sponsor Strait Capital Company Ltd tuesday night preview sponsor Sotheby’s first look presenting sponsor Neiman Marcus first look co-chairmen Rob Dailey and Todd Fiscus • Tracy and Josh Madans first look sponsors 7 For All Mankind • Belvedere • Kenichi first look music Paul Sevigny sunday brunch sponsor Flexjet sunday brunch hosts Angie Barrett, Lucy Billingsley and ScreenDoor silver sponsors Artemis Fine Arts Services • Dallas Art Fair • Equinox Fitness Clubs • Unified Fine Arts Services media sponsor PaperCity Magazine in-kind sponsors American Airlines • Aston Martin of Dallas • The Buzzell Company • The Cultured Cup • DFW Towncar Displays Unlimited Inc.• Ducky-Bob’s Event Specialists • Empire Baking Co.• Forty Five Ten • George Catering Tim Headington • Laura’s Event Services • Mike Sandone Productions • Morgen Chocolate • Park Cities Hilton Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek • Runyon Fine Arts • San Pellegrino & Acqua Panna • Strong Travel Services Suite 206 • Switch Lighting Group • Tara Jones Calligraphy


Dear Friends: Over the years, I have been asked which pieces I thought were of particular interest but that might be overlooked in the exhibition. The following is a list of works I have chosen as Howard’s Picks. Whether you are attending the TWO x TWO Saturday night gala, a preview night, or you are unable to attend any of the events, we are offering you the opportunity to . Just look for the icon pictured above. More details on each of the works listed in Howard’s Picks are available both in the catalogue and at www.2x2online.org. opens on Monday, October 18, 2010, at 12 p.m. CST. The first bidder to bid at or above full estimated retail value purchases the work. Simultaneous bids will result in a bid-off. Please fax, phone or e-mail your top bid on any one of Howard’s Picks at or above estimated retail value by 12 NOON CST on Friday, October 22, 2010. Please refer to the form at the end of this section for further details. You may fax your form to The Rachofsky House at (214) 750-9766, phone in your bid to (214) 373-3157, or e-mail Melissa Meeks, Director, TWO x TWO, at melissa@rachofskyhouse.org. On Friday, October 22, at 12 NOON CST, if the work is still available, it goes into the SILENT AUCTION under standard bidding procedure. The winning bidder will be notified by telephone no later than Sunday, October 24, 2010. Good luck! Howard Rachofsky


ART DOUG AITKEN A classic cinematic image from one of the most important video artists of this generation. PETER ALEXANDER A wonderful contemporary example from an early pioneer in the 1960s West Coast Finish Fetish group. DIANA AL-HADID Is it landscape or architecture?…A mysterious drawing from an up-and-coming sculptor. MICHAEL BAUER Figurative and abstract elements combine in this fascinating composition. ROBERT BECK A pop-gesture with a “bang”… DAVID BROOKS The manmade world collides with the natural world in this intriguing sculpture… a young artist featured in a show at the Dallas Contemporary this past summer. THERESA CHONG A regular TWO x TWO artist who makes impeccable work. JO COUPE The beauty of nature combined with the beauty of jewelry…a really lovely work. LYNN DAVIS Stunning example from this important maker of photographic work. DARIO ESCOBAR A playful deconstruction. ROE ETHRIDGE An artist with a lot of buzz…an intimately detailed image. APRIL GORNIK An exquisite example from a past TWO x TWO honoree. EVAN HOLLOWAY Exciting California artist, represented in The Rachofsky Collection with a large sculpture. TONY HORTON A generous supporter of TWO x TWO whose work resonates sublime abstraction. JACQUELINE HUMPHRIES Very popular abstract painter, has a work on display at Cowboys Stadium.


MARK INNERST Represented in The Rachofsky Collection…a compelling composition. GABRIEL KURI Think historical Minimalist work bridging Europe, Latin America and the States. EDDIE MARTINEZ An artist brought to our attention by Jeffrey Grove of the Dallas Museum of Art. PAUL MCCARTHY A bit tongue in cheek, but one of the most important artists of our time, a play on classical sculpture. JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER Recent critical attention by New York Times writer Roberta Smith. MATTHEW MONAHAN Exquisite example from this very smart California artist. ROBERT MOSKOWITZ Beautiful image, very important mid-century painter. RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER A wonderful painting, a gem…contains a number of art historical references. WILLIAM J. O’BRIEN A playful approach to a traditional medium. NORBERT PRANGENBERG A gestural work with a sly reference to French painter Odilon Redon. SUSIE ROSMARIN Neo-Geo lives… KARIN RUGGABER Textural and primitive…a Modern relief. YEHUDIT SASPORTAS Pure gesture…wild and energetic. DIRK SKREBER Mid-career German painter…more than meets the eye… VALESKA SOARES A quiet, beautiful work…an everyday object that is surprisingly evocative. JOHN SONSINI A psychologically charged portrait.


JIRO TAKAMATSU A photograph of a photograph of light, Japanese equivalent of Bob Irwin, a recent addition to The Rachofsky Collection. NICOLA TYSON A joyful work by a wonderful artist, a beautiful example, a take on contemporary still life. JOHANNES VANDERBEEK Resonates with imagery from an earlier time. FRANZ ERHARD WALTHER An historical gem from this important conceptual artist. GARTH WEISER Early 20th-century abstraction + commercial graphic design + pop culture…an exciting work from a young artist. MICHAEL WETZEL Last year spaghetti, this year a portrait…a TWO x TWO favorite. JEFF WHETSTONE A photograph of cave graffiti…the contemporary caves of Lascaux? JACK WHITTEN His work was recently acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art. SARAH E. WOOD Sculpture and painting, recalls Eva Hesse…but with a Pop edge. AARON YOUNG Imagery is post-Minimalist, with a gesture derived from a pop culture phenomenon… can you believe he makes it with a motorcycle?

DESIGN/LUXURY MICHAEL SOLIS FOR NEIMAN MARCUS A quiet, elegant side table. DAVID WEEKS Very dramatic! CARTIER LOVE HANDCUFF A perfect gift…gorgeous.


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_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ opens Monday, October 18, 2010, at 12:00 p.m. CST. The first bidder to bid at or above full estimated retail value purchases the work. Simultaneous bids will result in a bid-off. Please fax, phone, or email your bid on any one of Howard's Picks by 12 NOON CST on Friday, October 22, 2010. Forms can be found online at www.2x2online.org. You may fax your form to The Rachofsky House at (214) 750-9766, phone in your bid to (214) 373-3157, or contact Melissa Meeks, Director, TWO x TWO, at melissa@rachofskyhouse.org. Successful bidders will be notified by telephone no later than Sunday, October 24, 2010. The purchaser is responsible for removing works from The Rachofsky House no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 26, after which storage fees apply. If needed, shipping arrangements must be made by Wednesday, October 27. Please contact Carolyn Bachman at (212) 806-1616 or carolyn.bachman@amfar.org with any questions.


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CATALOGUE OF WORKS ART • DESIGN • LUXURY for more details on each auction piece, please visit the online catalogue at www.2x2online.org


TWO x TWO graciously thanks Jennifer Eagle and Derek Wilson, the 2010 Art Co-Chairmen, and John Runyon, our Honorary Art Chairman and advisor, for their assistance in securing the extraordinary works of art in the 2010 auction. With resourceful and imaginative ideas, their guidance during the planning and development of the 2010 auction has further inspired our longtime supporters and engaged a new group of artists and galleries to join in our endeavor in Dallas. Their unrelenting support and enthusiasm, combined with the invaluable expertise they bring to our event, have brought together a remarkable group of works for this year’s auction. We are truly grateful to Jennifer, Derek and John for their devotion to TWO x TWO and The Dallas Museum of Art, and for their continued efforts to engage the contemporary art collecting community in Dallas and worldwide.


ART for more details on each auction piece, please visit the online catalogue at www.2x2online.org


Christopher Wool TWO x TWO 2010 Honoree TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is honored to recognize Christopher Wool as the featured artist for our 12th annual gala and extends special thanks to him, Roland Augustine and Lawrence Luhring, and their gallery Luhring Augustine, New York, for their extraordinary support of Christopher and of this event. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2010, distinguished artist Christopher Wool will receive the amfAR Award of Excellence for Artistic Contributions to the Fight Against AIDS in recognition of his continuous support of amfAR’s programs. The presentation of this award will take place at a brunch on October 24th in the Dallas Arts District at One Arts Plaza, hosted by Angie Barrett, Lucy Billingsley and ScreenDoor, and sponsored by Flexjet, to whom we offer sincere appreciation.

Photo by Aubrey Mayer; image is courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine, New York.


The following biography was written by Jim Lewis and originally published in the book produced by Taschen: Christopher Wool, edited by Hans Werner Holzwarth, 2009. Christopher Wool Life and Work 1955 Born in Boston to Glorye and Ira Wool family moves to Hyde Park on Chicago’s south side father molecular biologist mother to become psychiatrist 1955 “Please Please Please” by James Brown 1957 live dog orbits earth 1957 The Sweet Smell of Success dialogue by Clifford Odets 1958 brother Jonathon Wool born 1959 family moves to Cambridge England for one year 1959 Xerox manufactures first plain paper copier 1960 learns to read SEE STOP RUN 1965 Gale Sayers scores six touchdowns against San Francisco 49ers 1966 Sees Hairy Who’s first show at the Hyde Park Art Center 1967 studies photography University High School 1967 sees Dan Flavin’s alternating pink and “gold” MCA Chicago 1968 Sees Art Ensemble of Chicago 1972 studies painting with Richard Pousette-Dart Sarah Lawrence College Bronxville NY 1973 moves to New York City enrolls in Studio School studies with Jack Tworkov and Harry Kramer 1976 Rents loft on Chatham Square New York Chinatown 1977 punk rock black out no image 1977 summer of SAMO 1977 Jimmy Carter draft dodger amnesty 1979 Apocalypse Now Francis Ford Coppola 1980 Studio assistant to Joel Shapiro part-time for following four years 1981 Dieter Roth visits Wool studio buys photocopy first sale 1983 Sees the first of Robert Gober’s sinks at Gober studio “I realized he had done something. And I realized I had to do something 1983 Rammelzee vs K Rob “Beat Bop” 1984 First shows at Clarissa Dalrymple and Nicole Klagsbrun’s Cable Gallery (artists of Wool’s generation who begin showing same period include Philip Taaffe Jeff Koons Mike Kelley Cady Noland and James Nares 1984 produces first book photocopied edition of four: 93 Drawings of Beer on the Wall 1984 Warhol Rorschach paintings 1986 First pattern paintings 1987 Joins Luhring Augustine Gallery 1987 First word paintings 1988 Collaborative installation with Robert Gober one painting by Wool (Apocalypse Now) one sculpture by Gober (Three Urinals) one collaborative photograph (Untitled) and a mirror Gary Indiana contributes a short piece of fiction to the accompanying publication 1988 In Cologne sees show of Albert Oehlen’s work meets Martin Kippenberger 1988 First European shows Cologne and Athens 1988 Collaborates with Richard Prince on two paintings: My Name and My Act 1989 Museum Group shows in Amsterdam Frankfurt am Main and Munich Whitney Biennial 1989 One year fellowship at the American Academy in Rome 1989 Starts taking photographs 1989 Publishes Black Book an oversized collection of 9-letter images 1989 Fall of the Berlin Wall 1990 Meets Larry Clark 1991 First survey mounted at Boymans-Van Beuningen Museum Rotterdam publishes accompanying artist’s book Cats in Bag Bags in River color photocopies of photographs of black and white paintings 1991 Creates edition of small paintings for ACT-UP New York Needle Exchange 1991 Participates in Carnegie International includes painting and billboard with truncated text announcing “THE SHOW IS OVER” 1991 Meets Jim Lewis 1991 Relocates studio to East 9th Street in New York 1992 LA riots 1992 DAAD residency in Berlin 1993 Publishes Absent Without Leave 160 black-and-white images from travel photographs taken over previous 4 years 1993 Begins silkscreened flower paintings 1993 Meets Michel Majerus 1994 Makes road-signs for Martin Kippenberger’s Museum of Modern Art Syros 1994 New York Knicks lose to Houston Rockets in Game 7 NBA Finals 1995 Organizes retrospective of the New Cinema late 70’s New York underground Super-8 films 1995 First spray-paintings 1995 Kids 1996 East Village studio severely damaged in building fire leaving Wool without a working space for 8 months artist’s insurance photos become portfolio Incident on 9th Street 1997 Marries painter Charline von Heyl 1998 Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles mounts mid-career retrospective travels to Carnegie Museum of Art Pittsburgh and Kunsthalle Basel 1998 Begins silkscreen re-imaging of own work 2001 Solo exhibition at Secession Vienna 2002 ‘Grey’ paintings 2003 East Broadway Breakdown photos of New York City 2005 First digital drawings 2006 Contributes art to Sonic Youth Rather Ripped 2007 Collaborates with Josh Smith on Can Your Monkey Do the Dog 2008 Collaborates with Richard Hell on Psychopts 2008 Christopher Wool lives and works in New York and Marfa Texas


Franz Ackermann 001

SEVEN LAMPS, 2010

[oil on canvas: 35 1/2 x 47 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and neugerriemschneider, berlin estimated retail value: $32,000 gallery website: www.neugerriemschneider.com


Doug Aitken 002

UNLIMITED, 2008

[c-print: 18 3/8 x 23 1/8 inches] edition 2 of 6 image Š 303 gallery courtesy of the artist and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.303gallery.com


Ricci Albenda 003

HONEST.BREATHE.(STUDY), 2009 [acrylic on panel: 17 x 18 inches]

courtesy of the artist and andrew kreps gallery, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.andrewkreps.com


Peter Alexander 004

DARKER BLUE BAR, 2010

[cast polyester resin: 60 x 5 1/4 x 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, nyehaus, new york; and franklin parrasch gallery, new york

estimated retail value: $20,000 websites: www.peteralexander.com, www.nyehaus.com, www.franklinparrasch.com


Diana Al-Hadid 005

UNTITLED, 2010

[xerox transfer, charcoal, contĂŠ and pastel on vellum: 29 1/2 x 41 inches] courtesy of the artist and marianne boesky gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,000 websites: www.dianaalhadid.com, www.marianneboeskygallery.com


Carla Arocha & StĂŠphane Schraenen 006

UNTITLED (BUILDING/CURTAIN), 2007

[2 digital prints on glass and mirror: each 19 3/4 x 14 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artists and koraalberg gallery, antwerp estimated retail value: $5,000 websites: www.arocha-schraenen.com, www.koraalberg.com


Michael Bauer 007

LIVE AT THE BOO-M.O.P., 2008 [oil on canvas: 39 3/8 x 31 1/2 inches]

courtesy of the artist and lisa cooley, new york estimated retail value: $12,700 gallery website: www.lisa-cooley.com


Robert Beck 008

UNTITLED (DALY OVER/UNDER AT CLOSE RANGE WITH .12 “PUNKIN’ BALL” SLUG), 2002 [gunpowder on drawing pad: 36 x 24 inches] courtesy of anthony and celeste meier estimated retail value: $26,000 gallery website: www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Dozier Bell 009

GARDEN, 2008

[charcoal on mylar: image size 3 3/4 x 4 3/8 inches, paper size 4 1/2 x 6 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $2,300 gallery website: www.danese.com


Erik Benson 010

UNTITLED, 2010

[acrylic on canvas over panel: 23 x 29 inches] courtesy of the artist and edward tyler nahem fine art, llc, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: www.etnahem.com


Colby Bird 011

OLD MONEY, 2009

[c-print: 45 x 59 inches] edition 2 of 3 courtesy of the artist and crg gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 websites: www.colbybird.com, www.crggallery.com


MichaĂŤl Borremans 012

EPILOGUE, 2008

[oil on cardboard: 7 1/8 x 6 3/8 inches] courtesy of the artist, zeno x gallery, antwerp; and david zwirner, new york estimated retail value: $41,000 gallery websites: www.zeno-x.com, www.davidzwirner.com


David Brooks 013

SIDEWALK WITH MUDDLING HORSESHOE CRABS, 2010

[lightweight concrete and horseshoe crabs: 30 x 46 x 6 inches] courtesy of the artist and museum 52/matthew dipple, new york estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.museum52.com/new_york


Cecily Brown 014

UNTITLED, 2010

[oil on linen: 17 x 12 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and gagosian gallery, new york estimated retail value: $65,000


Scott Calhoun 015

MUSCULAR PAPER SYNDROME, 2010 [acrylic and paper on canvas: 30 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: www.lisa-cooley.com


Nathan Carter 016

RADIO WAVE REFLECTOR WITH BROOKLYN STREET TREASURES FOR EXTRA RECEPTIONS, 2010 [paper, ink, enamel and acrylic paints: 38 x 50 inches]

courtesy of the artist and casey kaplan, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.caseykaplangallery.com


castaneda/reiman 017

SEASCAPE (COLLAGE), 2009

[pigment print on drywall, drywall mud, wood: 34 3/4 x 57 inches] courtesy of the artists and dckt contemporary, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


Theresa Chong 018

DENALI 3, 2008

[pencil and gouache on rice paper: 25 x 36 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery website: www.danese.com


Stewart Cohen 019

CAMPBELL BOSWORTH, 2009 [giclĂŠe print: 32 x 24 inches]

courtesy of the artist and photographs do not bend gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: www.pdnbgallery.com


Matt Connors 020

DESERT CENTER CIRCLE, 2010

[oil on canvas: 33 x 24 inches]

courtesy of the artist and cherry and martin, los angeles estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: www.cherryandmartin.com


Marti Cormand 021

CARDBOARD 25, 26, 2010

[oil on cardboard: each of 2 panels 17 x 13 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,200 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Jo Coupe 022

FEMMERIZE, 2010

[birch polypore (piptoporus betulinus), 24kt gold leaf, lab-grown synthetic gemstones (amethyst, aquamarine, cubic zirconium, emerald, peridot, ruby, sapphire) and brass rods: dimensions variable, specimens are 4 - 8 1/2 inches across] above is an example of a related work by ms. coupe, as an image of the piece was unavailable at time of print

courtesy of the artist and workplace gallery, uk estimated retail value: $9,400 gallery website: www.workplacegallery.co.uk


Zoe Crosher 023

SILHOUETTED #1, 2009

[inkjet print: image size 20 x 14 1/4 inches, paper size 24 x 20 inches] courtesy of the artist and dckt contemporary, new york estimated retail value: $1,600 gallery website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


Aaron Curry 024

UNTITLED (BAD DIMENSION), 2010

[collage, mixed media on paper: 17 x 14 inches]

courtesy of the artist and michael werner gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery website: www.michaelwerner.com


Blakely Dadson 025

WHO CAN WITHSTAND HIS ICY BLAST, 2010 [acrylic and charcoal on paper: 40 x 26 inches] courtesy of the artist and the public trust, dallas estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: www.trustthepublic.com


Lynn Davis 026

SOLOMON R. GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM (ARCHITECT: FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, 1956-1959), NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 1992

[selenium toned gelatin silver print: 28 x 28 inches] edition 1 of 10 courtesy of the artist and knoedler & company, new york

estimated retail value: $22,000 websites: www.lynndavisphotography.com, www.knoedlergallery.com


Sue de Beer 027

STILL FROM DISAPPEAR HERE, 2003-2004 [c-print mounted on aluminum: 30 x 30 inches] edition 1 of 6 courtesy of the artist and marianne boesky gallery, new york

estimated retail value: $5,500 websites: www.suedebeer.com, www.marianneboeskygallery.com


Jessica Dickinson 028

TRACE-TOWARDS (1), 2010

[colored pencil on paper: 40 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and james fuentes, llc, new york estimated retail value: $3,800 gallery website: www.jamesfuentes.com


Tomory Dodge 029

CODE SILVER, 2008

[watercolor on paper: 16 x 12 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and acme, los angeles estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.acmelosangeles.com


Peter Doig 030

UNTITLED (ROLLER SKATE GIRL), 2008

[oil on paper: 14 x 9 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, michael werner gallery, new york; and gavin brown's enterprise, new york

estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery websites: www.michaelwerner.com, www.gavinbrown.biz


Echo Eggebrecht 031

THE GUITAR, 2006

[oil on panel: 12 x 9 inches] courtesy of the artist and horton gallery, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.hortongallery.com


Olafur Eliasson 032

EIGHT YELLOW TO ORANGE MOVIE, 2010

[watercolor and pencil on paper: 12 1/4 x 16 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and tanya bonakdar gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,400 gallery website: www.tanyabonakdargallery.com


Dario Escobar 033

UNTITLED, 2010

[wood, steel and plastic: 47 x 31 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Roe Ethridge 034

TEDDY BEARS, 2008

[c-print: 54 x 42 inches] edition 1 of 5 courtesy of the artist and andrew kreps gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.andrewkreps.com


Emily Eveleth 035

CODA, 2001

[graphite and oil on mylar: image size 12 x 8 inches, paper size 13 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $1,900 gallery website: www.danese.com


Tony Feher 036

UNTITLED, 2007

[perforated mylar snack bags, staples and transparent tape: 11 1/2 x 8 1/2 x 8 inches] courtesy of the artist, d’amelio terras, new york; the pace gallery, new york; acme, los angeles; and anthony meier fine arts, san francisco

estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery websites: www.damelioterras.com, www.thepacegallery.com, www.acmelosangeles.com, www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Richard Fleischner 037

SPLIT LOG ENDS #013, #023, #103, 2005-2009 [suite of 3 archival pigment prints: each print: 12 1/2 x 13 1/2 inches] edition 2 of 10 courtesy of the artist and knoedler & company, new york estimated retail value: $3,200 gallery website: www.knoedlergallery.com


Roland Flexner 038

UNTITLED, 2000

[ink on paper: 6 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and d’amelio terras, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.damelioterras.com


Karel Funk 039

UNTITLED #45, 2010

[acrylic on panel: 18 x 18 inches] image Š 303 gallery courtesy of the artist and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $40,000 gallery website: www.303gallery.com


Theaster Gates, Jr. 040

UNTITLED (LONG SHACK), 2010

[ink on paper: 22 x 30 inches]

courtesy of the artist and kavi gupta, chicago and berlin estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: www.kavigupta.com


Valerie Giles 041

UNTITLED, 2009

[graphite and colored pencil on tinted paper: image size 10 3/4 x 12 3/8 inches, paper size 11 x 13 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $1,650 gallery website: www.danese.com


Robert Gober 042

UNTITLED, 2000

[2 color lithograph/2 color screen print/embossment with hand drawing and erasure, printed by gemini g.e.l.: 30 x 43 1/2 inches] 3 of 8 artist proofs + edition of 47 courtesy of the artist and matthew marks gallery, new york estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: www.matthewmarks.com


Wayne Gonzales 043

WAITING CROWD, 2008

[acrylic on canvas: 33 x 42 inches] image Š wayne gonzales courtesy of the artist and paula cooper gallery, new york estimated retail value: $36,000 gallery website: www.paulacoopergallery.com


April Gornik 044

STORM CLOUD SEA, 2009

[oil on linen: 24 x 31 inches]

courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: www.danese.com


Tamar Halpern 045

BORN BROKE, 2010

[ultra-chrome ink on paper: 46 x 34 inches] courtesy of the artist and d'amelio terras, new york estimated retail value: $4,100 gallery website: www.damelioterras.com


Arturo Herrera 046

#19 DF4, 2006

[mixed media collage on paper: 98 1/2 x 48 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and sikkema jenkins & co., new york estimated retail value: $53,000 gallery website: www.sikkemajenkinsco.com


Evan Holloway 047

KONA CIRCLE, 2010

[steel, paper, paint: diameter 48 inches, depth 5 inches] courtesy of the artist and marc foxx, los angeles estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.marcfoxx.com


Tony Horton 048

INTO THE NIGHT FALL, 2009 [oil on canvas: 72 x 72 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $50,000


Thomas Houseago 049

BRONZE PORTRAIT (MIDNIGHT MASK), 2009 [bronze: 22 x 17 x 5 1/2 inches] edition 3 of 5 + 2 artist proofs courtesy of the artist and michael werner gallery, new york estimated retail value: $40,000 gallery website: www.michaelwerner.com


Jaya Howey 050

WHO TRAMPLED THE FLOWERING ARBUTUS BENEATH THE LIBRARY WINDOW, 2009 [oil on canvas: 71 x 67 inches] courtesy of the artist and taxter & spengemann, new york

estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.taxterandspengemann.com


Jacqueline Humphries 051

UNTITLED, 2009

[oil and glitter on canvas: 22 x 26 inches] courtesy of the artist and greene naftali, new york estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.greenenaftaligallery.com


Mark Innerst 052

SIGNS ON BUILDINGS, 1990

[acrylic on paper: 22 3/4 x 18 3/4 inches] courtesy of gretchen and john berggruen

estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.berggruen.com


Margarete Jakschik 053

UNTITLED, 2010

[c-print: 17 5/8 x 13 3/4 inches] edition 4 of 5 image Š margarete jakschik courtesy of the artist and galerie gisela capitain, cologne estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: www.galeriecapitain.de


Otis Jones 054

UNTITLED-SMALL LIGHT BLUE SQUARE, 2006 [mixed media on canvas: 16 x 16 inches]

courtesy of the artist and holly johnson gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.hollyjohnsongallery.com


Emily Joyce 055

HANDS AND SNAKES (NO SNAKES), 2010 [unique silkscreen on paper: 20 x 26 1/2 inches] 17 of 20 artist proofs courtesy of the artist and inman gallery, houston estimated retail value: $2,200 gallery website: www.inmangallery.com


Ted Kincaid 056

LA SKY 803, 2009

[digital photograph on hahnemĂźhle photo rag paper: 24 x 24 inches] edition 3 of 5 courtesy of the artist and marty walker gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $3,300 gallery website: www.martywalkergallery.com


Gabriel Kuri 057

BEIGE Y GRIS CON CATĂ LOGO, 2008 [two marble slabs and catalogue: 63 x 13 3/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto, mexico city estimated retail value: $22,000 gallery website: www.kurimanzutto.com


Darryl Lauster 058

ELLIS ISLAND LEKYTHOS, 2009

[stoneware with transfer print, plaster: 23 x 7 x 11 inches] courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: www.barrywhistlergallery.com


Barry Le Va 059

STUDY FOR DOUBLE TIERED SCULPTURE: PLAN VIEW, 2000 [ink on paper: 26 x 29 inches] courtesy of the artist, marc selwyn fine art, los angeles; and david nolan, new york

estimated retail value: $16,000 gallery websites: www.marcselwynfineart.com, www.davidnolangallery.com


Charles LeDray 060

SOMETHING LIKE HAPPINESS, 2010 [mixed media: 27 1/4 x 9 x 6 inches ] courtesy of the artist and sperone westwater, new york

estimated retail value: $90,000

above is an example of a related work by mr. ledray, as an image of the piece was unavailable at time of print: US, 2009-2010, 23 x 10 x 4 inches. private collection, italy, courtesy of sperone westwater, new york

gallery website: www.speronewestwater.com


Zoe Leonard 061

NICHE, 2002/2003

[c-print: 29 1/2 x 20 inches] edition 5 of 6 image Š zoe leonard courtesy of the artist and galerie gisela capitain, cologne estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.galeriecapitain.de


David Maisel 062

THE LAKE PROJECT 38, 2002/2010

[archival pigment print: 15 x 15 inches]

courtesy of the artist and holly johnson gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $1,700 gallery website: www.hollyjohnsongallery.com


Robert Mapplethorpe 063

BUST AND SKULL, 1987

[gelatin silver print: 24 x 20 inches] edition 5 of 10 image Š robert mapplethorpe foundation, used by permission courtesy of the robert mapplethorpe foundation and sean kelly gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 foundation website: www.mapplethorpe.org; gallery website: www.skny.com


Eddie Martinez 064

UNTITLED, 2009

[mixed media on canvas: 36 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist and ziehersmith, new york estimated retail value: $13,500 gallery website: www.ziehersmith.com


John McAllister 065

FOOLS PARADISE, 2010

[oil on canvas: 28 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and james fuentes, llc, new york estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: www.jamesfuentes.com


Rita McBride 066

STARGATE, 2006

[framed face mounted inkjet print: 29 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist and alexander and bonin, new york estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery website: www.alexanderandbonin.com


Paul McCarthy 067

BRANCUSI TREE (GOLD), 2007

[self-inflatable mylar fabric with 1 integrated fan: 74 3/4 x 35 3/8 inches] edition 45 of 75 + 20 artist proofs courtesy of the artist and hauser & wirth, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.hauserwirth.com


Corey McCorkle 068

TOUCHED, 2005

[c-print mounted on plexiglas: 20 x 24 inches] edition 3 of 3 + 2 artist proofs courtesy of the artist and maccarone gallery, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.maccarone.net


Josephine Meckseper 069

SHELBY GT500 (GREY), 2008

[mixed media and plastic on canvas: 72 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist and timothy taylor gallery, london estimated retail value: $38,100 gallery website: www.timothytaylorgallery.com


Matthias Meyer 070

1 SEEROSEN, 2006

[acrylic on mylar: 6 1/4 x 9 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $1,200 gallery website: www.danese.com


Maro Michalakakos 071

PARALLEL UNIVERSE #8, 2010 [watercolor on paper: 22 1/2 x 30 inches]

courtesy of the artist and 511 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $4,200 gallery website: www.511gallery.com


Matthew Monahan 072

UNTITLED, 2010

[aluminum base and photocopy toner on cast polyurethane: sculpture 8 x 10 x 7 inches, pedestal (not shown) 48 x 10 x 10 inches] edition 1 of 3 courtesy of the artist and anton kern gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.antonkerngallery.com


Robert Moskowitz 073

FLATIRON, 2000

[pastel on paper: 50 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist and d’amelio terras, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.damelioterras.com


Dave Muller 074

PERSONAL COMMISSION OF YOUR OWN “TOP TEN”

[acrylic on paper: 84 x 36 inches] unique commission of the artist’s renowned “top ten” series (image shown is an existing work) courtesy of anthony meier fine arts, san francisco; and blum & poe, los angeles

estimated retail value: $40,000 (framing cost not included) gallery websites: www.anthonymeierfinearts.com, www.blumandpoe.com


Laurel Nakadate 075

LUCKY TIGER #127, 2009

[unique type-c print with finger printing ink: 4 x 6 inches] courtesy of the artist and leslie tonkonow artworks + projects, new york estimated retail value: $1,700 gallery website: www.tonkonow.com


Rivane Neuenschwander 076

A UMA CERTA DISTÂNCIA (EX-VOTOS)/AT A CERTAIN DISTANCE (EX-VOTOS) [16], 2010

[acrylic paint on canvas: 10 5/8 x 15 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, galeria fortes vilaça, são paolo; stephen friedman gallery, london; and tanya bonakdar gallery, new york estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery websites: www.fortesvilaca.com.br, www.stephenfriedman.com, www.tanyabonakdargallery.com


Olaf Nicolai 077

KOMBINATION 09 04, 2009

[colored paper and basketry: 9 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and galerie eigen + art, leipzig/berlin estimated retail value: $3,400 gallery website: www.eigen-art.com


William J. O’Brien 078

UNTITLED, 2009

[ceramic: 21 x 17 x 9 inches] courtesy of the artist and marianne boesky gallery, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 websites: www.wobwobwob.com, www.marianneboeskygallery.com


Albert Oehlen 079

UNTITLED (SELF PORTRAIT), 1990

[silkscreen and paint on paper: 32 1/2 x 24 inches] image Š albert oehlen courtesy of the artist and galerie gisela capitain, cologne estimated retail value: $11,500 gallery website: www.galeriecapitain.de


Silke Otto-Knapp 080

TWO FIGURES (WITH FRAME), 2010

[watercolor and gouache on canvas: 31 7/8 x 39 3/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and gavin brown's enterprise, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.gavinbrown.biz


Richard Phillips 081

RED, BLONDE, AND BLUE, 2010 [oil on linen: 77 3/4 x 60 3/4 inches]

above is an image of the pastel study of the painting, as an image of the painting was unavailable at time of print

courtesy of the artist and gagosian gallery estimated retail value: $185,000 gallery website: www.gagosian.com


John Pomara 082

DIGITAL_D NO. 3, 2010

[unique archival inkjet print mounted on aluminum: 47 x 35 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.barrywhistlergallery.com


Liliana Porter 083

MAN WITH RED SOCKS, 2010

[figurine on painted wood: 3 x 7 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist and carrie secrist gallery estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery website: www.secristgallery.com


Matthew Porter 084

EMPIRE ON THE PLATTE, 2008

[archival inkjet print: 28 x 36 inches] edition 3 of 5 courtesy of the artist and marty walker gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $3,300 gallery website: www.martywalkergallery.com


Norbert Prangenberg 085

FĂœR ODILON-ZYKLOP (03.12.09), 2009 [oil on cardboard: 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches] image Š norbert prangenberg courtesy of the artist and betty cuningham gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.bettycuninghamgallery.com


Marc Quinn 086

PHOTON STORM, 2010

[oil on canvas: 66 1/2 x 102 3/8 inches] image Š marc quinn courtesy of the artist and white cube, london estimated retail value: $187,000 websites: www.marcquinn.com, www.whitecube.com


Sara Greenberger Rafferty 087

STAGE (BARBRA), 2010

[c-print: 24 x 20 inches] edition 2 of 5 courtesy of the artist and rachel uffner gallery, new york estimated retail value: $2,600 gallery website: www.racheluffnergallery.com


Sam Reveles 088

16 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 2009

[oil and acrylic on canvas: 46 1/2 x 32 inches] courtesy of the artist and dunn and brown contemporary, dallas estimated retail value: $9,500 gallery website: www.dunnandbrown.com


Matthew Ritchie 089

A SOLDIER’S HEART, 2010

[oil and marker on linen: 66 x 55 inches] image Š matthew ritchie courtesy of the artist and andrea rosen gallery, new york estimated retail value: $125,000 gallery website: www.andrearosengallery.com


Tim Rollins and K.O.S. 090

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM OVERTURE (AFTER SHAKESPEARE AND MENDELSSOHN), 2010

[watercolor, acrylic and india ink, abaca and mulberry paper, collage, mustard seed, offset music score on paper on canvas and apple juice: 48 x 60 inches] courtesy of the artists and lehmann maupin gallery, new york estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: www.lehmannmaupin.com


Susie Rosmarin 091

(#343) DOGV #1, 2005 [acrylic on canvas: 20 x 20 inches]

courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $4,500 gallery website: www.danese.com


Joel Ross 092

SURVIVORS KNOW, 2010

[graphite and vinyl paint on paper: 20 1/2 x 23 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and moniquemeloche gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $2,000 websites: www.ashortwestern.com, www.moniquemeloche.com


Mimmo Rotella 093

UNTITLED, 1973

[effaçage: 7 7/8 x 5 1/8 inches] image Š mimmo rotella/galleria tega courtesy of galleria tega, milan

estimated retail value: $5,000 foundation website: www.fondazionemimmorotella.net gallery website: www.galleriatega.it


Karin Ruggaber 094

RELIEF #92, 2010

[concrete, plaster and pigment: 16 1/2 x 14 3/4 x 1 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and greengrassi, london estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.greengrassi.com


Erik Thor Sandberg 095

FERMENT, 2010

[oil on panel: 18 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist and conner contemporary art, washington, dc estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.connercontemporary.com


Yehudit Sasportas 096

THE MAGNETIC HEARTS NO. 61, 2008 [ink on paper: 16 1/2 x 23 1/2 inches]

courtesy of the artist and galerie eigen + art, leipzig/berlin estimated retail value: $4,500 gallery website: www.eigen-art.com


Karen Schiff 097

WRITING SPACES VI (ROSARIVO), 2010 [india ink on laid paper: 11 3/4 x 16 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $2,100 gallery website: www.danese.com


Richard Serra 098

LEVEL II, 2008

[color etching: 47 x 71 1/2 inches] edition 24 of 38 courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $14,000


Katrin Sigurdardottir 099

UNTITLED, 2007

[ink on paper: 22 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist, greenberg van doren, new york; and eleven rivington, new york estimated retail value: $2,800 gallery websites: www.gvdgallery.com, www.elevenrivington.com


Gary Simmons 100

‘LO CORNER, 2010

[oil and wax on canvas: 36 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and metro pictures gallery, new york estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.metropicturesgallery.com


Dirk Skreber 101

NO. 5, 2010

[oil on canvas: 70 7/8 x 47 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and friedrich petzel gallery, new york estimated retail value: $65,000 gallery website: www.petzel.com


Allison V. Smith 102

PENOBSCOT. AUGUST 2008. ROCKPORT, MAINE., 2010 [chromogenic color photograph: 30 x 30 inches] edition 1 of 7 courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas

estimated retail value: $2,700 websites: www.allisonvsmith.com, www.barrywhistlergallery.com


Stephanie Snider 103

UNTITLED, 2007

[ink, watercolor, gouache, pencil and collage on paper: 6 x 6 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $1,550 gallery website: www.danese.com


Jessica Snow 104

TAKING A LINE FOR A WALK, 2010 [acrylic on linen: 12 x 12 inches]

courtesy of the artist and jen bekman gallery, new york estimated retail value: $1,200 gallery website: www.jenbekman.com


Valeska Soares 105

ON/OFF (FROM VAGA LUME), 2009

[hand carved carrara marble light bulb with brass pull chain: 5 x 5 x 4 3/4 inches, installation dimensions variable] edition 3 of 10 courtesy of the artist, greenberg van doren, new york; and eleven rivington, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery websites: www.gvdgallery.com, www.elevenrivington.com


Ken Solomon 106

GOOGLE PORTRAIT-REFLECT, 2010 [watercolor on paper: 36 x 42 inches]

courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


John Sonsini 107

JUAN PABLO GUERRERO, 2007 [oil on canvas: 20 x 16 inches]

courtesy of the artist and james kelly contemporary, santa fe estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.jameskelly.com


Hadi Tabatabai 108

VERTICAL INLAY #4, 2008

[paper on museum board: 9 x 8 3/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $850 gallery website: www.danese.com


Jiro Takamatsu 109

PHOTOGRAPH OF PHOTOGRAPH, 1973

[unique vintage black and white photographic print: 22 1/2 x 17 7/8 inches] image Š estate of jiro takamatsu courtesy of yumiko chiba associates, tokyo; and mccaffrey fine art, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.mccaffreyfineart.com


Josh Tonsfeldt 110

UNTITLED, 2010

[spray paint and spider web on paper: 15 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and simon preston gallery, new york estimated retail value: $2,000 websites: www.joshtonsfeldt.com, www.simonprestongallery.com


Lynne Woods Turner 111

UNTITLED, 2005

[pencil and colored pencil on paper: 10 x 10 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $2,300 gallery website: www.danese.com


Nicola Tyson 112

BOUQUET, 2000

[acrylic on canvas: 59 1/2 x 49 1/2 inches] image Š nicola tyson courtesy of the artist and sadie coles hq, london estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.sadiecoles.com


Hannah van Bart 113

GIRL, 2009

[graphite on paper: 25 3/8 x 19 inches] courtesy of the artist and marianne boesky gallery, new york estimated retail value: $6,500 gallery website: www.marianneboeskygallery.com


Jan Van Imschoot 114

THE WIDOW, 2008

[oil on canvas: 47 3/8 x 39 1/2] courtesy of the artist and ltd, los angeles estimated retail value: $15,300 gallery website: www.ltdlosangeles.com


Johannes VanDerBeek 115

TOWEL TABLET 8, 2010

[acrylic on paper towels on masonite: 48 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist and zach feuer gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery website: www.zachfeuer.com


Franz Erhard Walther 116

WERKZEICHNUNG (#14), 1967

[watercolor and pencil on paper: double-sided 11 x 8 1/2 inches] courtesy of peter freeman, inc., new york estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery website: www.peterfreemaninc.com


Garth Weiser 117

33RD AND 3RD, 2009

[acrylic and gouache on canvas: 48 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist, casey kaplan, new york; and altman siegel gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery websites: www.caseykaplangallery.com, www.altmansiegel.com


Michael Wetzel 118

BLACK DRESS, 2010

[oil on panel: 22 x 16 inches] courtesy of the artist and john connelly presents, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.johnconnellypresents.com


Jeff Whetstone 119

LOT’S WAY, 2007

[chromogenic print: 40 x 50 inches] edition 1 of 5 courtesy of the artist and julie saul gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 websites: www.jeffwhetstone.net, www.saulgallery.com


Wendy White 120

EUROPIAN, 2009

[acrylic on canvas: 18 x 21 inches] courtesy of the artist and andrew rafacz gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $3,800 websites: www.wendywhite.net, www.andrewrafacz.com


Jack Whitten 121

BROKEN SPACE II, 1974 [toner on paper: 22 x 17 inches]

courtesy of the artist and alexander gray associates, new york; in memory of bill whitten estimated retail value: $9,500 gallery website: www.alexandergray.com


Christopher Williams 122

MODEL # 105M-R59C, KESTONE SHOWER DOOR, 57.4 X 59"/CHROME/RAINDROP, SKU # 109149, # 96235.970-084-000 (MEIKO), VANCOUVER, B.C. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 2005 (No. 1), 2005 [gelatin silver print: 16 x 20 inches] 1 of 4 artist proofs + edition of 10 courtesy of the artist and david zwirner, new york

estimated retail value: $40,000 gallery website: www.davidzwirner.com


Sarah E. Wood 123

UNTITLED, 2009

[paint, wood, rubber, elastic, wire and cotton: 77 1/2 x 55 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and kate werble gallery, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.katewerblegallery.com


Christopher Wool 124

UNTITLED, 2009

[silkscreen ink on linen: 126 x 96 inches] image Š christopher wool courtesy of the artist and luhring augustine, new york estimated retail value: $475,000 gallery website: www.luhringaugustine.com


Aaron Young 125

UNTITLED SINGLE (24KT GOLD PLATE), 2010 [brass panel plated with 24kt gold, burnt rubber and motor oil: 96 x 39 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and bortolami gallery, new york estimated retail value: $30,000

gallery website: www.bortolamigallery.com


DESIGN for more details on each auction piece, please visit the online catalogue at www.2x2online.org


We graciously thank David Droese, our TWO x TWO 2010 Design Chairman, for his leadership in securing the distinguished offerings in this year’s Design auction. David’s expert advice and brilliant connoisseurship have helped us to assemble an important group of prized and highly collectible pieces of contemporary design.


Pierre Chareau 126

STOOL, ORIGINALLY DESIGNED 1927

[lacquered steel, anthracite color, curved natural oak seat: 18 x 19 x 16 inches] courtesy of ralph pucci international, new york estimated retail value: $2,200

gallery website: www.ralphpucci.net


Nick Dine 127

THREE-LEGGED TABLE, 2010

[mirror polished stainless steel base with starfire glass top: 15 x 26 x 38 inches] courtesy of nick dine design, new york estimated retail value: $7,000 website: www.dinersan.com


Renzo Frau 128

1919 CHAIR, 2010

[leather, brass and wood: 36 x 35 x 37 inches] courtesy of scott + cooner, dallas and austin; and poltrona frau estimated retail value: $7,100 website: www.scottcooner.com


Ingo Maurer 129

BANG BOOM, WITH ART BY THILO ROTHAKER, 2010 [stainless steel, glass and paper: diameter 47 inches approximate, cord 129 inches at maximum] courtesy of scott + cooner, dallas and austin estimated retail value: $4,700 website: www.scottcooner.com


Neiman Marcus 130

RUTILE SIDE TABLE, DESIGNED BY MICHAEL SOLIS, 2010

[brass rods, oil-rubbed bronze finish with round carrara marble top: 18 x 20 x 20 inches] courtesy of neiman marcus estimated retail value: $4,800 website: www.neimanmarcus.com


David Weeks 131

HANGING MOBILE NO. 305, TWO TIER, 2009

originally designed in 1998 [nickel-plated steel, aluminum and painted aluminum: 81 x 58 x 41 inches, with an 8 foot drop] image shown is of a similar design, product may vary slightly

courtesy of david weeks studio, new york estimated retail value: $11,700 website: www.davidweeksstudio.com


LUXURY AUCTION ITEMS TWO x TWO thanks our 2010 Luxury Auction Sponsor Dana Davis. for more details on each auction piece, please visit the online catalogue at www.2x2online.org


“For the past twelve years, the Dallas community has worked tirelessly to raise funds for amfAR’s life-saving AIDS research programs. This community is a shining example of how dedication, commitment and hard work can make a difference in the fight against AIDS. We are deeply grateful to our friends in Dallas and we value their steadfast support and desire to help get us one step closer to a world without AIDS.”

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


BRM LIMITED EDITION “#78 SIMONA” V12 TEAM STARGATE WATCH

132 Named for Simona de Silvestro, the Indy 500 Rookie of the Year, and her #78 race car, this BRM “#78 Simona” limited edition V12 Team Stargate watch is a flawless example of French manufacturer BRM’s experience and precision. The Switzerland-born racing superstar de Silvestro wears a “#78” on her wrist. BRM’s roots are in motor racing. Discovering their watches is like admiring race cars on the starting line with engines revving, and where precision, design, engineering and timing are critical for survival and victory. Perfection is BRM’s passion, which is why each BRM watch is a unique piece. Every watch and each component within is entirely crafted by hand in their atelier just outside of Paris where less than 2,000 watches are made each year. This “#78 Simona” watch was made in a limited edition of 78, executed with the intricacy, precision and striking design that only BRM can achieve. The ornamented watch hands are designed to replicate the look of race car pedals. Design features of the “#78 Simona” watch include a titanium case with black PVD, carbon fiber dial with yellow hands and nomex strap with yellow stitching. *Model: V1244TNCAJ Simona by Bernard Richards Manufacture

estimated retail value: $7,450 courtesy of brm north america company website: www.brm-manufacture.com


CARTIER LOVE HANDCUFF 133

Since the Cartier LOVE bracelet was introduced more than 30 years ago, it has become one of the most coveted jewelry designs in the world. Today, the LOVE bracelet has become an iconic symbol of Cartier’s commitment and dedication to supporting various noble causes all around the world. Cartier is thrilled to offer a unique LOVE Handcuff created in white gold with black ceramic screws, diamonds and a stunning black leather crocodile strap. This one-of-a-kind piece is engraved with the signature of celebrity amfAR supporter Salma Hayek on the interior of the exquisite bracelet.

estimated retail value: $85,000 courtesy of cartier company website: www.cartier.com


DANA DAVIS - SHOES FOR ALL SEASONS 134

Dana Davis is a revolutionary footwear collection that melds luxury styling with invisible comfort technology. Enjoy your choice of six pairs (total) selected from the Fall/Winter 2010-11 and/or Spring/Summer 2011 collections, redeemable at www.danadavis.com.

estimated retail value: $4,000

courtesy of dana davis

company website: www.danadavis.com


HILLSTONE / R+D KITCHEN – THE VIP “NO-WAIT” PASS

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This special VIP card entitles you and your dining guests to a “no wait” greeting for one year at two of Park Cities’ best and busiest restaurants – Hillstone and R+D Kitchen. Hillstone, known formerly as Houston’s, one of Dallas’ favorite dining venues, and the new and ever-popular R+D Kitchen, both at the Plaza in Preston Center, always draw a big crowd with consistently delicious menus and impeccable service. With this exclusive “no wait” card, you and your guests will be seated upon arrival or at the first available table every time you visit Hillstone or R+D Kitchen for an entire year! Whether you are at Hillstone for your favorite dishes – the acclaimed crab cakes, Thai steak and tuna salad, spinach dip, hand-cut fries, or barbeque pork ribs – or visiting R+D Kitchen to try something new – the tuna mango roll, reubenesque sandwich, deviled eggs or wild mushroom meatloaf – you will be the envy of many as you are escorted to your table without a wait. Imagine the convenience of not having to worry about last-minute restaurant plans!

*Please call ahead for most efficient seating.

estimated retail value: priceless courtesy of hillstone and r+d kitchen at preston center company website: www.hillstone.com


THAKOON – 2010 FALL RUNWAY PLUM DRESS

136 Thakoon Panichgul’s 2010 Fall Runway was inspired by texture, fur and earth tones. Thakoon’s exclusive plum-colored Leopard Burnout dress is straight off the 2010 Fall Runway. However, this one-of-a-kind size 2 dress was made exclusively in TWO x TWO 2010’s color of purple!

*image shown features the dress in another color; actual dress is stunning in shade of dark plum.

estimated retail value: $1,990 courtesy of thakoon llc company website: www.thakoon.com


LUXURY YACHT AND CUSTOM ITALIAN FASHION BY ATTOLINI

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Taste the best of Italy…glamour on the Mediterranean Sea…

Your group of four people will enjoy the ultimate in Italian luxury during your four days and three nights aboard the exquisite yacht Italia as you sail through the Mediterranean Sea. The stunning 78-foot Italia has a crew of three to navigate your private tour of the Amalfi Coast with stops in Positano, Naples and Capri. Enjoy breakfast and lunch daily aboard the yacht, prepared by your personal chef. Indulge in the best of Italian cuisine ashore, where dinner will be arranged for your group each night in the cities’ most delicious restaurants. Your experience on the Italia will be unlike any other, with every amenity you can imagine and the splendor of the sea surrounding you and your guests. Following your four-day sail through the Mediterranean, enjoy a three-night stay in Capri at the luxurious Capri Palace Hotel and Spa. Revive, restore and pamper yourself at this multi-award-winning hotel, whose spa and restaurants are second only to the spectacular views around you. Capri Palace is located in the heart of Anacapri, the most exclusive and unspoiled part of the island, and offers breathtaking views of the Bay of Naples and the island of Ischia. Whether you choose to sip a Prosecco by the pool or at Il Riccio Beachclub and Restaurant, you will be surrounded by some of the finest vistas in the world. An unforgettable day trip to Naples will be a highlight of your Italian visit. The finest of classic Italian fashion is at your fingertips as your group receives a private tour of the Attolini atelier, where craftsmanship, history, elegance and style come together in perfect harmony. Your group of four will be custom measured for Cesare Attolini bespoke ensembles: for the gentlemen, a bespoke menswear suit, shirt and tie; and for the ladies, a jacket, pant and blouse ensemble. Che bella! Afterwards, the Attolini family will graciously welcome your group to join them personally for a delicious Italian dining experience.


*Mutually agreed upon date; suggested date during May or June 2011 to enjoy the most magical Mediterranean light. *Yacht includes crew of three and a personal chef to prepare breakfast and lunch. Beverages are also included. *Dinners ashore each night are included and arranged for you with ground transportation provided. *Yacht charter may be extended at the purchaser's request for an additional fee per night. *Custom Cesare Attolini suits for four people. *Accommodations in Anacapri at Capri Palace Hotel and Spa include two double rooms for three nights and buffet breakfast for four every morning.

estimated retail value: priceless courtesy of attolini, baia high performance yachts, capri palace and spa, hadleigh’s and strong travel services company websites: www.baiayacht.it, www.capripalace.com, www.cesareattolini.com, www.hadleighsbespoke.com, www.strongtravel.com


NY FASHION WEEK WITH AMFAR AND DEREK LAM

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VIP for a glamorous week in NYC! You and your guest will fly in style with first class roundtrip airfare to New York for your week of fashion and glamour. A suite at The London NYC will be your home for 5 nights, where you and your guest will have plenty of room to relax and unwind. amfAR’s New York Gala… On Wednesday, February 9, 2011, you and a guest will attend amfAR’s annual New York Gala. Since 1998, the amfAR New York Galas have become some of the most successful, well-covered and high-profile benefits of the New York social season. The evening, which traditionally kicks off New York Fashion Week, honors those who have made outstanding efforts to raise awareness about the HIV/ AIDS epidemic and funds for AIDS research, while saluting some of the biggest names in entertainment and fashion. In February 2010, amfAR’s New York Gala proudly honored Yves Carcelle for Louis Vuitton’s immense support of amfAR and Sir Elton John and David Furnish for their personal support and humanitarian efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The evening featured performances by Lady Gaga and Rufus Wainwright and a special tribute to amfAR trustee Natasha Richardson by Vanessa Redgrave and Meryl Streep. For 2011, the list of honorees and performers will be equally as glittering, beginning with its honoree, the legendary fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg.


Let the fashion begin… On February 10, 11 and 12, you and a guest will have exclusive tickets to at least two of the leading shows of New York Fashion Week 2011. You will surely see the fashion world’s elite and celebrities out donning their designer duds for the excitement of the runway shows and flashing cameras. Take a break from the runways and enjoy luxurious massages for two at Equinox in NYC. In addition to your massages at The Spa, indulge in full access to any one of the 18 Equinox locations during the week of your stay. Known for its industry-leading personal trainers, world-class group fitness programming, spa and more, Equinox was voted “The Best Gym in America” by Fitness magazine.  VIP with Derek Lam… You and your guest will each receive a coveted invitation to the Derek Lam 2011 show on February 13 at Lincoln Center. Two hours before the start of the show, head backstage for a tour and a sneak peek of the show preparation and the glamour. While backstage, you will also meet Derek Lam in person so he can personally explain the concept of the collection. What are your favorite pieces from the runway show? A $1,500 gift certificate to the Derek Lam boutique on Crosby Street is yours to spend when you head there the following day to meet Derek for a personal tour of the atelier, the showroom and the first retail store designed by SANAA on the ground floor. Whether you pre-order from the Fall/Winter 2011 runway collection or shop from the stunning Spring 2011 collection at the boutique, you can be sure Derek will have you flawless and fashionable.

*First class roundtrip airfare for two, courtesy of American Airlines. Flights are subject to availability. *Includes one suite, double occupancy, for five nights at The London Hotel NYC. *Two tickets to two fashion week shows, in addition to Derek Lam. *Specific shows TBD when schedule is released.

estimated retail value: priceless

courtesy of american airlines, amfar, derek lam international, llc, equinox fitness clubs and the london nyc

company websites: www.aa.com, www.amfar.org, www.dereklam.com, www.equinox.com, www.thelondonnyc.com


ROBB REPORT 2012 CAR OF THE YEAR / NAPA INDULGENCE

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“YOU BE THE JUDGE!!” For years the “definitive authority on connoisseurship for ultra-affluent consumers,” the Robb Report is truly the global luxury source. Join the editors of Robb Report for an unforgettable experience while you help select the 2012 Car of the Year from a field of the top sports and luxury automobiles. This exclusive event is held at the beautiful Meadowood Napa Valley where you and a guest will enjoy two nights with complimentary meals including two breakfasts, one lunch, two cocktail parties and dinners at two of Napa’s top wineries. As a judge, you will spend two days driving, evaluating and sharing your impressions of the best new luxury and sports car offerings of the year. The winning bidder will participate in this two-day event during the first week of November 2011. The results will be published in the March 2012 issue of Robb Report.


Toast the finale of your Car of the Year experience at Colgin Cellars Winery where you will have the chance to experience their top-rated wines over dinner with owners Ann Colgin and Joe Wender. Ann and Joe have graciously donated a Double Magnum of their 100 point 2006 Colgin “IX Estate” Napa Valley Red Wine for the winner to add to his own wine cellar. This rare large format, one of only 24 produced, is available only through charity auctions and will continue to age for twenty or more years. Stay in Napa for another two nights at Meadowood to relax and indulge your inner gourmand and sommelier… a visit to Chef Thomas Keller’s famed The French Laundry where a chef’s tasting menu for two will complete your Napa Valley experience – one that you won’t soon forget.

*Robb Report package is for one driver/judge and one accompanying guest staying in the same room. Participants must have a valid driver’s license and be at least 25 years of age. *Must be used in November 2011. *First class air transportation round trip for two; must be made 60 days in advance. *Total of four nights at Meadowood for one couple.

estimated retail value: priceless courtesy of robb report, colgin cellars, the french laundry and meadowood napa valley company websites: www.robbreport.com, www.colgincellars.com, www.frenchlaundry.com, www.meadowood.com


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is a remarkable illustration of the extraordinary measures that can be achieved when the vision, determination, passion and incredible generosity of so many people converge. Having raised more than $25 million for amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art in its first eleven years, we are truly inspired and moved by the unrelenting support and devotion of the Dallas community and our friends in the contemporary art world whose continued efforts and support have created one of the most beloved and significant fundraising endeavors of our time. It is with deep respect and gratitude that we acknowledge the following for their incredible contributions to TWO x TWO 2010. We wish to express our deep appreciation to TWO x TWO’s formidable 2010 Event Co-Chairmen Suzanne Droese and Lucilo Peña. Their spirited contributions and boundless resourcefulness have helped us raise the bar in all aspects of the thematic and logistical planning. Suzanne and Lucilo have also been instrumental in developing new paths to enriching our vibrant TWO x TWO community. We thank them for their innovative ideas and enthusiastic support. DMA and amfAR Trustee Cindy Rachofsky and her husband Howard deserve special recognition for opening their magnificent Richard Meier-designed house for the twelfth time to host this event. 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 beloved event for everyone involved. In celebration of their steadfast devotion to TWO x TWO, amfAR was privileged to honor them at the 2009 amfAR New York Gala. We are all forever grateful for their heartfelt commitment and leadership. We extend sincere appreciation to Sotheby’s, the TWO x TWO 2010 Platinum Sponsor, for their continued support of this event. Sotheby’s longtime partnership with TWO x TWO has been instrumental in the success of the event, especially with their vision in creating an education-oriented atmosphere through their annual sponsorship of the Tuesday Preview lecture in Dallas. We also thank Sotheby’s for again underwriting the auction catalogue. We graciously thank Sotheby’s for hosting the second annual TWO x TWO Highlights Exhibition in New York City, an event which gives our New York patrons and friends an opportunity to preview a selection of TWO x TWO auction works. We are extremely honored that Talbot’s has chosen to generously support TWO x TWO this year as a Platinum Sponsor. It has been our pleasure to welcome them to the TWO x TWO family and we look forward to developing a long and fruitful relationship with them in the coming years. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2010, distinguished artist Christopher Wool will receive the amfAR Award of Excellence for Artistic Contributions to the Fight Against AIDS in recognition of his continuous support of AIDS awareness. The presentation of this annual award will take place during a brunch on October 24th, 2010, at One Arts Plaza’s ScreenDoor, hosted by Angie Barrett and Lucy Billingsley, to whom we offer sincere appreciation. We extend special thanks to Flexjet for generously sponsoring the brunch for the third consecutive year, and to Roland Augustine, Lawrence Luhring and Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York, for their support of Christopher Wool and for their continued support of TWO x TWO. We offer sincere and heartfelt thanks to Melissa Meeks, Director, TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art, for her tenacity, ingenuity and devotion in planning the remarkable twelfth year of TWO x TWO.


We gratefully acknowledge Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s, North and South America, for donating his talented services as our beloved auctioneer for the Live Auction again this year. His humor, brilliance, persistence and exuberance continue to inspire and entertain, and we thank Jamie for his loyal support of our endeavor. Our sincere appreciation also goes to Jennifer and John Eagle / Aston Martin of Dallas, our 2010 Live Auction Sponsor. TWO x TWO extends its gratitude to Jennifer Eagle and Derek Wilson, the 2010 Art Chairmen, and John Runyon, our Honorary Art Chairman and advisor, for their assistance in securing the extraordinary works of art in the 2010 auction. With resourceful and imaginative ideas and connoisseurship, their guidance during planning and development of the 2010 auction has further inspired our longtime supporters and engaged a new group of artists and galleries to join in our endeavor in Dallas. We are truly grateful to Jennifer, Derek and John for their devotion to TWO x TWO and The Dallas Museum of Art and for their continued efforts to engage the contemporary art collecting community in Dallas and worldwide. We greatly appreciate the incredible generosity of each of our TWO x TWO 2010 sponsors. Thanks to American Airlines for its continued commitment to the fight against AIDS and to the arts in Dallas, as well as its continued support of TWO x TWO’s beneficiaries, amfAR and the DMA. We extend sincere thanks to Moët Hennessy USA, Gold Sponsor, for generously providing the luxury Champagne and cocktails for the week of TWO x TWO events and for their longtime partnership. We are deeply grateful to Todd Fiscus and todd. event design. creative services for lending his outstanding creativity to designing the décor for this event year after year and to Randi McBroom for her assistance. We recognize Waldman Bros./ Chubb Personal Insurance, Gold Sponsor, for their generous and continued participation as the TWO x TWO Art Sponsor. Sincere thanks also go to Dr. Craig Schwimmer, Medical Director, The Snoring Center, for sponsoring the Silent Auction. We also thank Artemis Fine Arts and Unified Fine Arts Services, Silver Sponsors, for their generous contributions in facilitating the TWO x TWO art installation at The Rachofsky House. We also thank our new Silver Sponsor Dallas Art Fair. Our sincere thanks go to GDT and Stephanie and John Roberts, Silver Sponsor, for underwriting the valet for the week of TWO x TWO events. Special recognition and thanks to John Relton and Strait Capital Company Inc., Silver Sponsor, for generously participating as the Financial Services Sponsor during the 2010 year. The 2010 luxury auction features a collection of extraordinary items, travel packages and experiences. We would like to thank the following donors for their incredibly generous contributions, imaginative ideas and resourcefulness: Attolini, Baia High Performance Yachts, Capri Palace Hotel and Spa, Hadleigh’s, Strong Travel Services; BRM North America; Cartier; Dana Davis; Derek Lam, Equinox Fitness Clubs, London Hotel NYC; Hillstone and R+D Kitchen; Robb Report, Colgin Cellars, The French Laundry, Meadowood Napa Valley; and Thakoon. Thanks to our 2010 Luxury Auction Sponsor Dana Davis. We offer sincere appreciation to Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel for the tremendous support as our 2010 Celebrity Travel Sponsor. Special thanks go to Cheyenne Jackson, who will join us at TWO x TWO for the first time and give a special performance before the Saturday dinner. A huge round of applause and standing ovation goes to the sensational, Tony Awardwinning Alan Cumming, who for the second year will entertain us with a wildly talented performance at the gala. We also thank the one and only Stanley Tucci, our dear friend and amfAR devotee, who we adore and admire, for again joining us as TWO x TWO’s Honorary Chairman.


We graciously recognize Neiman Marcus for sponsoring Thursday’s sensational FIRST LOOK preview party. Warmest thanks to Rob Dailey and Todd Fiscus and Tracy and Josh Madans for co-chairing the party and for their energetic creativity and devotion to TWO x TWO. We thank Kenichi and Missy and Scott Brasington for providing the delicious catering and to the Kenichi team for their continued support of FIRST LOOK. Special thanks to Belvedere Vodka for donating the sips and saketinis at FIRST LOOK. It is with exuberant applause that we thank the sensational DJ Paul Sevigny for joining us in Dallas as the featured musical guest at FIRST LOOK. Thanks to Mark Reeves at Reeves Design House for designing the graphics for the FIRST LOOK invitation and to the one and only DJ Lucy Wrubel for her continued devotion to TWO x TWO and her spirited talents which keep us entertained year after year. We also thank 7 For All Mankind for their generous FIRST LOOK sponsorship and clever and inspirational ideas. amfAR’s staff has provided hands-on leadership and vision for the successful realization of this event in Dallas. Special thanks to Gregory Lawrence Boroff, Franklin Fry, David Yu, Carolyn Bachman, Cassandra Dawes, Niki Thomas,Eric Muscatell, Ron Wittman, AnnMari Shannahan, Andrew McInnes, Bennah Serfaty, Natalie Jacobs and Jamie Abbell Without the dedication and hard work of Jeanne Lil Chvosta, Thomas Feulmer, Jodie Oliver, Anna Pates, and Abel Hernandez of The Rachofsky House, production of this event would not have been possible. We also thank the many volunteers who have facilitated the production of this event. The staff of the DMA has been invaluable, helping to organize the event and mobilizing the art community. We wish to recognize in particular Jeffrey Grove, the Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, and Charles Wylie, the Lupe Murchison Curator of Contemporary Art, for their outstanding effort and leadership. We would also like to thank Jessica Heimberg, Senior Web Developer, for her incredible talent and creative support in designing www.2x2online.org. We thank the entire team at 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 highly anticipated and beloved products. The Buzzell Company has been instrumental in managing the local press campaign. Our sincere thanks go to Barbara Buzzell, President, for her continued support. We also acknowledge PaperCity, Media Sponsor, for their generous support and coverage of the TWO x TWO events. We also acknowledge the following companies that have generously made TWO x TWO a beneficiary of their own philanthropic events and efforts: Equinox Fitness Clubs, Forty Five Ten, Elizabeth Showers, Vogue and David Yurman. We would like to thank and recognize our in-kind sponsors whose contributions are an integral part of TWO x TWO: Aston Martin of Dallas, The Buzzell Company, The Cultured Cup, DFW Towncar, Displays Unlimited Inc., Empire Baking Co., George Catering, Laura’s Event Services, Morgen Chocolate, Park Cities Hilton, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Runyon Fine Arts, San Pellegrino / Acqua Panna, Strong Travel Services, Suite 206, Switch Lighting and Tara Jones Calligraphy. Without the support of the Dallas community, this event would not be the spectacular success it is today.


Other vendors critical to the event’s success include Skyframe, New York, and 24FPS, Dallas, for framing; Mike Sandone Productions for donating a portion of the tent; and Ducky-Bob’s Event Specialists for donating a portion of the tent rentals. It is with kindest gratitude that we recognize the many art dealers who were crucial in securing the works in the 2010 auction: 303 Gallery, New York; 511 Gallery, New York; ACME, Los Angeles; Alexander and Bonin, New York; Alexander Gray Associates, New York; Altman Siegel Gallery, San Francisco; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York; Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago; Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco; Anton Kern Gallery, New York; Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas; Betty Cuningham Gallery, New York; Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; Bortolami Gallery, New York; Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago; Casey Kaplan, New York; Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles; Conner Contemporary Art, Washington, DC; CRG Gallery, New York; D’Amelio Terras, New York; Danese, New York; David Nolan Gallery, New York; David Weeks Studio, New York; David Zwirner, New York; DCKT Contemporary, New York; Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas; Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, LLC, New York; Eleven Rivington, New York; Fondazione Mimmo Rotella, Milan; Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York; Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York; Gagosian Gallery, New York; Galeria Fortes Vilaça, São Paulo; Galerie EIGEN + ART, Leipzig/Berlin; Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne; Galleria Tega, Milan; Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, New York; Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York; Greene Naftali Gallery, New York; greengrassi, London; Hauser & Wirth, New York; Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas; Horton Gallery, New York; Inman Gallery, Houston; James Fuentes, LLC, New York; James Kelly Contemporary, Santa Fe; Jen Bekman Gallery, New York; John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco; John Connelly Presents, New York; Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York; Julie Saul Gallery, New York; Kate Werble Gallery, New York; Kavi Gupta, Chicago and Berlin; Knoedler & Company, New York; Koraalberg Gallery, Antwerp; kurimanzutto, Mexico City; Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York; Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York; Lisa Cooley Fine Art, New York; ltd Los Angeles; Luhring Augustine, New York; Maccarone, New York; Marc Foxx, Los Angeles; Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles; Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York; Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas; Matthew Marks Gallery, New York; McCaffrey Fine Art, New York; Metro Pictures Gallery, New York; Michael Werner, New York; moniquemeloche Gallery, Chicago; Museum 52, New York; Neiman Marcus; Nyehaus, New York; Nick Dine Design, New York; The Pace Gallery, New York; Paula Cooper Gallery, New York; Peter Freeman, Inc., New York; Photographs Do Not Bend Gallery, Dallas; Poltrona Frau; The Public Trust, Dallas; Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York; Ralph Pucci International, New York; The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, New York; Sadie Coles HQ, London; Scott + Cooner, Dallas and Austin; Sean Kelly Gallery, New York; Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York; Simon Preston Gallery, New York; Sperone Westwater, New York; Stephen Friedman Gallery, London; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York; Taxter & Spengemann, New York; Timothy Taylor Gallery, London; White Cube, London; Workplace Gallery, Tyne & Wear, UK; Yumiko Chiba Associates, Tokyo; Zach Feuer Gallery, New York; Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp and ZieherSmith, New York. And finally, a project involving an auction of this magnitude is only possible because of the support and generosity of the artists, whose extraordinary contributions this year and throughout the last decade have brought unprecedented success to endeavors such as ours. 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 generosity, 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

Bonnie Pitman The 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 23rd GALA TO BUY GREAT ART! TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art auction bidding begins on Monday, October 18, 2010, at 12 noon CST. Works in the SILENT AUCTION can be identified by the bid sheets hung next to the pieces at The Rachofsky House. To bid on an artwork in the SILENT AUCTION, use the pencil attached to the bid sheet to enter your paddle number and bid amount, noting the required bidding increments. Works in the LIVE AUCTION are accompanied by labels that describe the pieces and which indicate they will be auctioned live during the gala by Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s North and South America. To bid on an artwork in the LIVE AUCTION, you must be present at the gala or place an absentee bid by phone. If you are unable to attend TWO X TWO for AIDS and Art on Saturday, October 23, and would like to place a bid on a live or silent auction piece, you may place an absentee bid online or on the phone with an auction representative, or you may register with an auction volunteer at one of the preview events for a paddle number. Successful bidders, including absentee bidders, will be notified by telephone on Sunday, October 24. Please see CONDITIONS OF SALE for more information about winning bids. All works must be removed from The Rachofsky House by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 26, or they will be sent to storage at the winning bidder’s expense. Contact Carolyn Bachman at (212) 806-1616 or email carolyn.bachman@amfar.org with any questions about bidding, absentee bids or to obtain a catalogue. For more information on the event, bidding procedures, to download absentee bid forms, or to view the works in auction via the online catalogue, please visit www.2x2online.org.


ABSENTEE BID FORM ABSENTEE BID(S): Please bid on my behalf at TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2010 in the bidding increments indicated on this bid sheet, or determined by the auctioneer in the case of LIVE AUCTION works, up to but not exceeding the 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. Signature __________________________________________________

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BIDDER INFORMATION Bidder Name (print) ___________________________________________________________________________ Billing Address _______________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________ State __________________________ Zip ______________________ Daytime Phone _______________________________ Evening Phone ____________________________________ Fax Number _________________________________ E-Mail _________________________________________ TWO X TWO FOR AIDS AND ART WELCOMES YOUR ABSENTEE BID USING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PAYMENT METHODS: Personal check (payable to amfAR/DMA) Money Order AMEX Visa MasterCard Discover Card Number _____________________________ SEC code_________ Expiration Date (mo/yr) ________________ Please place my ABSENTEE BID(S) on the following auction item(s): LOT # ARTIST TITLE or DESCRIPTION

OPENING BID

MAXIMUM BID

_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ Absentee bids placed on items in the LIVE and SILENT AUCTIONS must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 22, 2010. Absentee bid forms can be downloaded at www.2x2online.org. Completed forms may be faxed to The Rachofsky House (214) 750-9766 or emailed to Carolyn Bachman at carolyn.bachman@amfar.org. Successful bidders will be notified by telephone on Sunday, October 24, and Monday, October, 25. The purchaser is responsible for removing works from The Rachofsky House no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 26, after which storage fees apply. If needed, shipping arrangements must be made by Wednesday, October 27. Visit www.2x2online.org/catalogue to view the 2010 auction catalogue online. For more information about TWO x TWO, please contact Melissa Meeks, Director, TWO x TWO, at (214) 890-8802 or melissa@rachofskyhouse.org.


CONDITIONS OF SALE

TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2010

October 23, 2010

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WORKS IN THIS AUCTION HAVE BEEN DONATED TO amfAR AND THE DMA. 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 www.2x2online.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 Sotheby’s, Inc. (“Sotheby’s”) which serves merely as auctioneer for amfAR. The following terms and conditions, as amended by any posted notices or oral announcements during the sale, govern the sale of all the property listed herein: 1. (a) Neither Sotheby’s nor amfAR assumes any risk, liability or responsibility for the authenticity of the authorship of any property identified in this catalogue or online (that is, the identity of the creator or the period, culture, medium, source or origin, as the case may be, with which the creation of any property is identified). All property to be sold has been donated to amfAR for resale for fundraising purposes. amfAR has undertaken no independent research with respect to the authenticity of any property identified in this catalogue. (b) ALL PROPERTY IS SOLD “AS IS” AND NEITHER SOTHEBY’S NOR amfAR MAKES ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND OR NATURE, EXPRESS 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, NOR 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 Sotheby’s nor amfAR makes any representation or warranty, expressed or implied, as to whether the purchaser acquires any reproduction rights in the property. Prospective buyers 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 Sotheby’s or amfAR at any time before the actual sale. 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 the bidders, the auctioneer shall have sole and final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or re-offer 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, the auctioneer may reject the same and withdraw the article from sale, and if, having acknowledged an opening bid, he decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, 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 full risk and responsibility therefore (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 therefore before property can be released. All property shall be removed from premises by the purchaser at his/her expense no later than three (3) days following the sale and, if not removed, may 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, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser or (b) resell the property on three (3) days notice to the purchaser and for account and risk of the purchaser, either publicly or privately, and in such event the purchaser shall be liable for payment of any deficiency, all other charges due thereunder 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. A purchase price below or at fair market value is considered to represent the value of the property purchased and is, therefore, not deductible as a charitable contribution. For a purchase above fair market value, the amount above fair market value is considered tax deductible. All checks will be payable to amfAR/DMA. 7. (a) Neither Sotheby’s 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 arriving from mechanical difficulties or failure. (b) Some lots may be offered subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. The auctioneer may implement such reserves by bidding on behalf of amfAR. 8. Items in the Silent Auction may be bid for in-person or by proxy through an absentee bid. The amount of the bid must be equal to or exceed the required increment as shown on the Bid Form and must be in round dollar amounts. All signed bids are binding and successful bidders not present at the auction will be notified by phone on or before October 25, 2010. All property shall be removed from the premises by the purchaser at his expense within three (3) days after the sale and, if not removed, may 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. 9. 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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Ackermann, Franz

001 * Coupe, Jo

022 Gober, Robert

042

* Aitken, Doug

002 Crosher, Zoe

023 Gonzales, Wayne

043

Albenda, Ricci

003 Curry, Aaron

024 * Gornik, April

044

* Alexander, Peter

004 Dadson, Blakely

025 Halpern, Tamar

045

* Al-Hadid, Diana

005 * Davis, Lynn

026 Herrera, Arturo

046

Arocha and Schraenen 006 de Beer, Sue

027 * Holloway, Evan

047

* Bauer, Michael

007 Dickinson, Jessica

028 * Horton, Tony

048

* Beck, Robert

008 Dine, Nick

127 Houseago, Thomas

049

Bell, Dozier

009 Dodge, Tomory

029 Howey, Jaya

050

Benson, Erik

010 Doig, Peter

030 * Humphries, Jacqueline 051

Bird, Colby

011 Eggebrecht, Echo

031 * Innerst, Mark

052

Borremans, MichaĂŤl

012 Eliasson, Olafur

032 Jakschik, Margarete

053

* Brooks, David

013 * Escobar, Dario

033 Jones, Otis

054

Brown, Cecily

014 * Ethridge, Roe

034 Joyce, Emily

055

Calhoun, Scott

015 Eveleth, Emily

035 Kincaid, Ted

056

Carter, Nathan

016 Feher, Tony

036 * Kuri, Gabriel

057

castaneda/reiman

017 Fleischner, Richard

037 Lauster, Darryl

058

Chareau, Pierre

126 Flexner, Roland

038 Le Va, Barry

059

* Chong, Theresa

018 Frau, Renzo

128 LeDray, Charles

060

Cohen, Stewart

019 Funk, Karel

039 Leonard, Zoe

061

Connors, Matt

020 Gates Jr., Theaster

040 Maisel, David

062

Cormand, Marti

021 Giles, Valerie

041 Mapplethorpe, Robert 063


* Martinez, Eddie

064 Porter, Matthew

084 Solomon, Ken

106

Maurer, Ingo

129 * Prangenberg, Norbert 085 * Sonsini, John

107

McAllister, John

065 Quinn, Marc

108

McBride, Rita

066 Rafferty, Sara Greenberger 087 * Takamatsu, Jiro

109

* McCarthy, Paul

067 Reveles, Sam

088 Tonsfeldt, Josh

110

McCorkle, Corey

068 Ritchie, Matthew

089 Turner, Lynne Woods 111

086 Tabatabai, Hadi

* Meckseper, Josephine 069 Rollins, Tim and K.O.S. 090 * Tyson, Nicola

112

Meyer, Matthias

113

070 * Rosmarin,Susie 091 van Bart, Hannah

Michalakakos, Maro 071 Ross, Joel

092 Van Imschoot, Jan

* Monahan, Matthew 072 Rotella, Mimmo

093 * VanDerBeek, Johannes 115

* Moskowitz, Robert

073 * Ruggaber, Karin

094 * Walther, Franz Erhard 116

Muller, Dave

074 Sandberg, Erik Thor

095 * Weeks, David

131

Nakadate, Laurel

075 * Sasportas, Yehudit

096 * Weiser, Garth

117

* Neiman Marcus/M. Solis 130 Schiff, Karen

097 * Wetzel, Michael

118

* Neuenschwander, Rivane 076 Serra, Richard

098 * Whetstone, Jeff

119

114

Nicolai, Olaf

077 Sigurdardottir, Katrin 099 White, Wendy

120

* O’Brien, William J.

078 Simmons, Gary

100 * Whitten, Jack

121

Oehlen, Albert

079 * Skreber, Dirk

101 Williams, Christopher 122

Otto-Knapp, Silke

080 Smith, Allison V.

102 * Wood, Sarah E.

123

Phillips, Richard

081 Snider, Stephanie

103 Wool, Christopher

124

Pomara, John

082 Snow, Jessica

104 * Young, Aaron

125

Porter, Liliana

083 * Soares, Valeska

105

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