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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 nearly $30 million in its twelve-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 90 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

In 2011, amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, commemorates its 25th year at the forefront of the global struggle against HIV/AIDS. Born from the union of two like-minded organizations—the AIDS Medical Foundation in New York and the National AIDS Research Foundation in Los Angeles—amfAR awarded its first research grants in 1986. Today, amfAR is one of the world’s leading nonprofit organizations dedicated to the support of AIDS research, HIV prevention, treatment education, and the advocacy of sound AIDS-related public policy. Since 1986, amfAR has invested nearly $325 million in its programs and has awarded grants to more than 2,000 research teams worldwide. 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 Joyce Goss, John Benjamin Hickey and Gary Tigges event hosts Cindy and Howard Rachofsky two x two director Melissa Meeks featured artist Mark Grotjahn honorary chair Stanley Tucci for the 13th annual TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art gala dinner and art auction benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and the Dallas Museum of Art Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 The Rachofsky House, 8605 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas platinum sponsors Audi of America • Sotheby’s • Talbots silent auction 6:30 p.m. presented by The Snoring Center seated dinner 8:00 p.m. presented by Neiman Marcus with performance by Patti LaBelle presented by Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel live auction 9:00 p.m. presented by AT&T, Inc. conducted by Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s, North and South America luxury cocktails and champagne provided by Moët Hennessy USA valet provided by Aston Martin of Dallas


platinum table Nancy C. and Richard R. Rogers grand benefactor table Deedie and Rusty Rose two x two for 2 Kenneth and Maria Cole • Jennifer and John Eagle • Cindy and Howard Rachofsky benefactor tables AT&T, Inc. • Audi of America • Christopher M. Bass / Gina and Stuart Peterson Frank Bonilla-Linero • Nancy and Clint Carlson • Rachael and Robert H. Dedman, Jr. Amy and Vernon Faulconer / Gayle and Paul Stoffel • Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman / Amy and John Phelan The Goss-Michael Foundation / Joyce and Tim Goss • Marguerite Steed Hoffman • Gene and Jerry Jones Family Shelia McAdams / Jan and Jim Showers • Ana and Sherrill Pettus Janelle and Alden Pinnell • Serengeti Asset Management, LP • Christen and Derek Wilson patron tables Gonzalo Bueno • Ana and Don Carty • Gay & Lesbian Fund for Dallas • Debbie and Eric Green Human Rights Campaign • Catherine and Will Rose • Lisa and John Runyon Gable and Ed Shaikh • Turning Point Foundation grand benefactor tickets Susan and Bill Montgomery • Edward Tyler Nahem • Kelli and Allen Questrom Katherine and Eric Reeves • Sharon and Michael Young benefactor tickets David Aldea • Frank Aldridge • Jennifer and Coley Clark • Lindsey and J. Patrick Collins • Claire and Dwight Emanuelson Regen and Jeff Fearon • Marion and Nash Flores • Sue and Jimmy Gragg • Laura and Tom Green Laree Hulshoff and Ben Fischer • Susan and Bob Kaminski • Mary Ann and Allen Lassiter • Eleanor and John Lemak Richard H. Metzner and Mark J. Sapitsky • Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger • Lysa and Greg Rohan Cindy and Armond Schwartz • Wendy and Jeremy Strick • Dara and Jeff Tillotson • Paul Yaworsky patron tickets Tracy and Clay Aaron • Kurt Anderson • Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller • Suzanne Deal Booth and David G. Booth Lael and Peter Brodsky • Terry Connor and Greg Swalwell • D’Amelio Terras • Barbara and Don Daseke Maria and Amir Ecker • Catie and Aaron Enrico • Elisabeth Farrell and Panos Karpidas Cindy Ferris • Joanne and Mark Giambrone • Jose Fernando Gonzalez • Fanchon and Howard Hallam Kim and Tony Horton • Tim Hurst and Jay Shinn • Anne and Carlos Inqwalson • Janet and Terry Kafka Dr. Naznin Karsan-Khimji and Mr. Mahmood Khimji • Jenny and John Kirtland • Terry and Jeff Kurz Rachel and Brian Ladin • Quincy Lee and Lora Reynolds • Francis Luttmer and Jose Gomez • Sheryl and Eric Maas Catherine and Doug MacMahon • Jay Oppenheimer and Dolph Haas • Thakoon Panichgul Lucilo Peña and Lee Cobb • Heather Elon Pullen and Scott Polikov • Ricki and Andrew Rabin • Jose Reyes Alan E. Roller and Christopher J. Vesy • Andrew Ruth • Ann Simmons and Cara Moore • Margaret and Glenn Solomon Gabriel Suarez and David Morales • Elisa and Stephen Summers • Emily and Steve Summers • Dan Tanzilli Leigh and Jason Taylor • Gary Tigges and Cyrus Hadjesmaili • Merry and Chad Vose • Karen Zeligson donations Naomi Aberly and Laurence Lebowitz for Lebowitz Family Foundation • Audi of America Sylvia H. and Dr. Harvey J. Bloom Philanthropic Fund of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation • Forty Five Ten Nathalie and Charles de Gunzburg • Alan Hergott and Curt Shepard • Horchow Family Fund of The Dallas Foundation J.F. Maddox Foundation • The Eugene McDermott Foundation • Lisa and John Pritzker Family Fund • Nhã Khanh Northern Trust • Adam and Iris Singer • Christine Stanton and Mitch Wasterlain • Elie Tahari


platinum sponsors gold sponsors

Audi of America • Sotheby’s • Talbots

AT&T, Inc. • Cartier • Waldman Bros. / Chubb Personal Insurance • Moët Hennessy USA Neiman Marcus • todd. event design. creative services valet sponsor

Aston Martin of Dallas

luxury cocktails and champagne provided by tent design

gala dinner sponsor art sponsor

Neiman Marcus

Waldman Bros. / Chubb Personal Insurance

art chairmen

Janelle and Alden Pinnell

live auction sponsor auctioneer luxury auction donors

Moët Hennessy USA

Todd Fiscus for todd. event design. creative services

AT&T, Inc.

Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s, North and South America Audi of America / Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa • Capella Pedregal

William J. Clinton Foundation • Dallas Museum of Art • Hadleigh’s • Hillstone / R + D Kitchen Carol LeWitt / The LeWitt Foundation • Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group • Talbots Thomas Keller / The French Laundry / Meadowood Napa Valley silent auction sponsor

Dr. Craig Schwimmer, The Snoring Center

design auction sponsor

Design Within Reach

catalogue sponsor graphic design and printing sponsor

Sotheby’s Texas Graphic Resource Inc.

technology sponsor

GDT

tuesday DMA Preview Party sponsor tuesday Preview Featured Artist first look presenting sponsor first look co-chairmen first look bites

Kent Rathbun Catering

sunday brunch sponsor sunday brunch hosts

Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel Strait Capital Company Ltd.

media sponsor in-kind sponsors

Rob Pruitt Flexjet

Janelle and Alden Pinnell / The Power Station

financial services sponsor silver sponsors

Michele

Charlotte and Shy Anderson

first look performance artist

celebrity travel sponsor

Sotheby’s

John Gerrard

PaperCity

Dallas Art Fair • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano

The Buzzell Company • Cassandra Fine Catering • The Cultured Cup • Delta Air Lines

Displays Unlimited Inc. • Ducky-Bob’s Event Specialists • Empire Baking Co. • Laura’s Event Services Mike Sandone Productions • Park Cities Hilton • PRO/SOUND • Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek Runyon Fine Arts • San Pellegrino / Acqua Panna • Sprinkles Cupcakes • Stageworks • Strong Travel Services Suite 206 • Switch Lighting • Unified Fine Arts Services • US Art • Whitewall Magazine


Dear Friends: This year we will have a new twist on . In the past, I have selected a few works labeled as Howard’s Picks that might be overlooked in an exhibition as large as TWO x TWO. This year I have invited two friends to share in the fun of highlighting works in the 2011 auction: Jeffrey Grove, the Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art, and Allan Schwartzman, an internationally acclaimed art advisor who represents many clients here in Dallas and around the world. Jeffrey, Allan and I each have our own icon to indicate our picks and we encourage you to take an extra look at our selected works: Howard’s Hidden Gems, Jeffrey’s Curator’s Choice, and Allan’s Under the Radar will be noted online, in the auction catalogue and throughout the exhibition. Whether you are attending the TWO x TWO Saturday night gala, a preview night, or even if you are unable to attend any of the events, we are offering you the opportunity to . Just look for the icons pictured above. More details on each of the works listed in are available in both the catalogue and at www.2x2online.org. opens on Monday, October 17, 2011 at 12:00pm CST. The first bidder to bid at or above the full estimated retail value purchases the work. Simultaneous bids will result in a bid-off. Please fax, phone or email your top bid on any one of the works at or above estimated retail value by 12 NOON CST on Friday, October 21, 2011. 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 21, 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 23, 2011. Good luck! Howard Rachofsky


HOWARD'S PICKS CHRISTOPHER BROWN

KLARA KRISTALOVA

CARROLL DUNHAM

DONALD MOFFETT

MARK FLOOD

JAUME PLENSA

ANTONY GORMLEY

LILIANA PORTER

YAEL KANAREK

GAULTIER LUXURY PACKAGE

JEFFREY'S PICKS MATTHEW BRANNON

JIRO TAKAMATSU

ERIK FRYDENBORG

CHEYNEY THOMPSON

SAM MOYER

LESLEY VANCE

TREVOR PAGLEN

RICHARD WENTWORTH

EILEEN QUINLAN

MICHAEL WILLIAMS

ALLAN'S PICKS FRANK BENSON

HITOSHI NOMURA

CAMPANA BROTHERS

WILLIAM O'BRIEN

MICHAEL DeLUCIA

ANTHONY PEARSON

ROBERT HEINECKEN

PAUL RAMÍREZ JONAS

FRANK MOORE

HANNAH WILKE


works are labeled with these logos throughout the catalogue.


FORM Like it? You can . Whether you are attending the TWO x TWO Saturday night gala, a preview night, or you are . Simply place a BID AT OR ABOVE unable to attend any of the events, we are offering you the opportunity to Picks listed in this section. The first bid at or above estimated retail value ESTIMATED RETAIL VALUE on any of the purchases the work.

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_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ opens Monday, October 17, 2011, 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 the Picks by 12 NOON CST on Friday, October 21, 2011. 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 23, 2011. The purchaser is responsible for removing works from The Rachofsky House no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 25, after which storage fees apply. If needed, shipping arrangements must be made by Wednesday, October 26. Please contact Carolyn Bachman at (212) 806-1616 or carolyn.bachman@amfar.org with any questions.


TAG YOUR PICKS WITH THESE LABELS TO FIND THEM QUICKLY

place the label on the page and fold it back on itself to create a tab


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 thanks Janelle and Alden Pinnell, the 2011 Art Chairmen, for their assistance in securing some of the extraordinary works of art in the 2011 auction. With resourceful and thoughtful ideas, their guidance and creativity during the development of the 2011 auction has engaged a new group of artists and galleries to join in our endeavor and further inspired our longtime supporters and collectors in Dallas. Their unrelenting support and enthusiasm, combined with the invaluable expertise they bring to the event, have helped bring together a remarkable group of artworks in this year’s auction. We are grateful to Janelle and Alden for their devotion to TWO x TWO and The Dallas Museum of Art, and for their 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


Mark Grotjahn TWO x TWO 2011 Honoree TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art takes great pleasure and pride in honoring Mark Grotjahn for his continued generosity and his commitment to the fight against AIDS. Mark Grotjahn is among the most accomplished and preeminent painters of his generation. At first glance, his work may appear to be based in pure modernist abstraction, but suggestions of nature and natural phenomena are plentiful. His pared down butterfly motif is among his best known compositional devices, one he has used to introduce multiple vanishing points and optical variations in materials, light and color. Deftly creating dynamic illusions of depth and space on a two-dimensional surface, Grotjhan makes reference to various points in the history of painting, from Renaissance linear perspective, to the utopian shapes and visions of early 20th century Russian Constructivism, to the hallucinatory images of 1960s Op Art.

Š 2011 TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art


In recent years Grotjahn has been working on a series of what he terms his “face” paintings. Unlike the strict geometries found in the butterfly works, Grotjahn’s face paintings appear more free and loose, exhibiting a raw energy and a greater degree of back-and-forth between abstraction and figuration. Using sheets of cardboard primed and mounted on linen, Grotjahn employs brush and palette knife to build layer upon layer of oil paint to almost sculptural ends. Varying in scale, combinations of texture, line, color and abstracted geometric forms develop into eyes and noses that are broken down, multiplied, and rearranged, fracturing any fixed perspective and recalling elements of Cubist portraiture. Other paintings deploy networks of expressive lines formed just with a palette knife, and again seem to border on pure abstraction. Both the gestural and literal carvings cut up these paintings, and further add to the tension between a painted illusion of space and the paintings’ tactile physical surface. Mark Grotjahn continues to invest painting with new discoveries in form and technique, while imbuing the opposites of abstraction and representation with an idiosyncratic range of beautiful and complex meanings. Mark Grotjahn was born in 1968 in Pasadena, California. He received his MFA from the University of California, Berkeley, and his BFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Solo exhibitions include the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2005); the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2006); Kunstmuseum Thun, Switzerland (2007); Gagosian Gallery, London (2009); Blum and Poe, Los Angeles (2010); and Anton Kern Gallery, New York (2011). He will be the subject of a solo exhibition at the Aspen Art Museum in the spring of 2012 which will present his butterfly and face paintings jointly. Grotjahn’s work is in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; San Francisco Museum of Art; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. He is represented by Anton Kern Gallery in New York, Blum & Poe in Los Angeles, Gagosian Gallery in London, Paris, and Rome, and Athens, and Shane Campbell Gallery in Chicago. Mark Grotjahn lives and works in Los Angeles. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2011, distinguished artist Mark Grotjahn 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 during a brunch on October 23rd at The Power Station hosted by Janelle and Alden Pinnell and sponsored by Flexjet, to whom we offer sincere appreciation. TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is honored to have Mark Grotjahn as the featured artist of our thirteenth year of this endeavor. On behalf of amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art, we extend special thanks to him, Anton Kern Gallery, Blum & Poe, Gagosian Gallery, and Shane Campbell Gallery, for their extraordinary support of Mark and of this event.


Joshua Abelow 001

CALL ME ABSTRACT FPP, 2011

[oil on burlap on canvas: 12 x 9 inches] courtesy of the artist and james fuentes, llc, new york estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: www.jamesfuentes.com


Isabel Albrecht 002

5 COLUMNS, 2011

[ink and watercolor on paper: 24 3/8 x 11 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and patrick heide contemporary art, london estimated retail value: $1,190 gallery website: www.patrickheide.com


Polly Apfelbaum 003

FEELIES, 2010

[plasticine and polymer clay: group of 9, each approximately 7 x 4 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and d'amelio terras, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.damelioterras.com


Hernan Bas 004

THISTLES (THE SUMMER AIR IS SPIKED WITH PROBLEMS), 2011

[acrylic and silkscreen on linen: 20 x 16 inches] courtesy of the artist and victoria miro gallery, london estimated retail value: $36,000 gallery website: www.victoria-miro.com


Justin Beal 005

UNTITLED (BLACK PANEL), 2011

[aluminum, mirror, plexiglass, stretch-wrap and enamel: 64 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist, bortolami gallery, new york; and acme, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery websites: www.bortolamigallery.com, www.acmelosangeles.com


Frank Benson 006

UNTITLED (SCREEN), 2011

[digital c-print: 40 x 30 inches] edition 4 of 5 + 1 artist proof courtesy of the artist and taxter & spengemann, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.taxterandspengemann.com


Anna Betbeze 007

LACUNA, 2011

[wool, acid dyes and watercolor: 113 x 75 inches] courtesy of the artist and kate werble gallery, new york estimated retail value: $11,000 gallery website: www.katewerblegallery.com


William Betts 008

POOL II, MIAMI BEACH, DECEMBER 20, 2010, 2011

[acrylic on reverse drilled plexiglass: 36 x 24 inches] edition 1 of 3 courtesy of the artist and holly johnson gallery, dallas

estimated retail value: $5,000 websites: www.hollyjohnsongallery.com, www.williambetts.com


Steven Bindernagel 009

A NATURAL WORLD, 2011

[acrylic ink on yupo paper: 54 x 44 inches] courtesy of the artist and crg gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,500 gallery website: www.crggallery.com


Sean Bluechel 010

CONCENTRATING ON ABSTRACT SPIRITS, 2011 [glazed ceramic: 13 x 14 x 19 inches]

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


Matthew Brannon 011

NOT POSSIBLE, 2011

[oil on canvas: 48 x 42 inches] courtesy of the artist and casey kaplan, new york estimated retail value: $24,000 gallery website: www.caseykaplangallery.com


Sascha Braunig 012

PONYTAIL, 2011

[oil on canvas over panel: 25 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and foxy production, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.foxyproduction.com


Christopher Brown 013

SNOWBALL, 2011

[oil on linen: 22 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist and john berggruen gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery website: www.berggruen.com


James Lee Byars 014

PERFECT IS ON THE TABLE, BB IN OTHER ROOM, 1988

[gold pencil on black paper: 25 x 25 inches] courtesy of michael werner gallery, new york estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery website: www.michaelwerner.com


Scott Calhoun 015

SUN DRUG, 2011

[acrylic on canvas: 30 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $2,000 artist website: www.scottcalhoun.artcodeinc.com


Fernando and Humberto Campana 016

CAKE STOOL, 2008

[stuffed animals hand sewn on canvas cover over stainless steel: 21 3/4 x 47 1/4 x 47 1/4 inches] series of 150 unique pieces courtesy of friedman benda gallery, new york estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.friedmanbenda.com


Dan Colen 017

"IT'S NOBLE TO REFUSE TO BE ADDED UP OR DIVIDED", 2011 [trash and paint on canvas: 48 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and gagosian gallery, new york estimated retail value: $85,000 gallery website: www.gagosian.com


Andy Collins 018

UNTITLED, 2010

[oil and alkyd on canvas: 24 x 22 inches] courtesy of the artist and marc foxx, los angeles estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery website: www.marcfoxx.com


Nigel Cooke 019

WAVE WITH TREE, 2011

[oil on linen backed with sailcloth: 43 1/4 x 47 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, stuart shave modern art, london; andrea rosen gallery, new york; and blum & poe, los angeles estimated retail value: $90,000 gallery websites: www.modernart.net, www.andrearosengallery.com, www.blumandpoe.com


Justin Cooper 020

UNTITLED (DASH), 2009

[colored pencil on paper: 68 3/4 x 42 inches] courtesy of the artist and moniquemeloche, chicago estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.moniquemeloche.com


Marti Cormand 021

DO NOT BEND OR FOLD, 2011

[oil on cardboard mounted on linen: diptych, each panel 13 x 11 inches] courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,200 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Tony Cragg 022

MIXED FEELINGS, 2011

[rusty steel: 21 5/8 x 9 x 8 5/8 inches]

courtesy of the artist and holtermann fine art, london estimated retail value: $45,000 gallery website: www.holtermannfineart.com


Martin Creed 023

WORK NO. 749, 2007

[photographic print: 15 3/4 x 19 1/4 inches] edition 1 of 3 + 1 artist proof courtesy of the artist and hauser & wirth, new york and london estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.hauserwirth.com


Cynthia Daignault 024

BARCELONA STOOL 1 & BARCELONA STOOL 2, 2011

[oil on linen: each 34 x 34 inches] courtesy of the artist and lisa cooley, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.lisa-cooley.com


Annabel Daou 025

SHOT IN THE DARK, 2011 [ink on paper: 35 x 40 inches]

courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $6,800 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Lynn Davis 026

SPACESHIP EARTH, EPCOT, WALT DISNEY WORLD, LAKE BUENA VISTA, FLORIDA, 1998, 1998

[gold 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 gallery website: www.knoedlergallery.com


TM Davy 027

EVENING LEE, 2009

[charcoal and acrylic on cut paper, in artist’s frame: 21 x 16 inches] courtesy of the artist and eleven rivington, new york estimated retail value: $1,800 gallery website: www.elevenrivington.com


Michael DeLucia 028

UNTITLED, 2011

[household paint and plywood: 96 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist and eleven rivington, new york estimated retail value: $9,800 gallery website: www.elevenrivington.com


Marc Dennis 029

THE MEASURE OF ALL THINGS, 2011 [oil on canvas: 26 x 36 inches]

courtesy of the artist and hasted kraeutler gallery, new york estimated retail value: $14,000 websites: www.marcdennis.com, www.hastedkraeutler.com


Rackstraw Downes 030

EAST CONCRETE BUILDING INTERIOR, 1998

[pencil on gray/tan paper: 19 x 30 1/4 inches]

courtesy of the artist and betty cuningham gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.bettycuninghamgallery.com


Leonardo Drew 031

NUMBER 9S, 2010

[blackened wood: 109 x 10 x 10 inches] courtesy of anthony and celeste meier estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery website: www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Carroll Dunham 032

UNTITLED (6/09), 2009

[mixed media on linen: 16 x 14 inches] courtesy of the artist and gladstone gallery, new york and brussels; Š carroll dunham estimated retail value: $75,000 gallery website: www.gladstonegallery.com


Sam Durant 033

THEATER HORIZONTALLY, 1997

[graphite and gouache on paper: diptych, each 12 x 9 inches] courtesy of paula cooper gallery, new york; Š sam durant estimated retail value: $4,500 gallery website: www.paulacoopergallery.com


Tim Eitel 034

MĂ–NCHE, 2010

[silk screen: 9 7/16 x 9 1/16 inches] edition 22 of 35 courtesy of galerie eigen + art, leipzig/berlin estimated retail value: $2,500 gallery website: www.eigen-art.com


Matias Faldbakken 035

UNTITLED (GARBAGE BAG GREY #2), 2010 [marker pen on gray plastic bag: 49 x 31 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and simon lee gallery, london estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: www.simonleegallery.com


Oana Farcas 036

UNTITLED, 2008

[oil on wood: each 1 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and larmgalleri, copenhagen estimated retail value: $3,400 gallery website: www.larmgalleri.dk


Thomas Flechtner 037

SITE 28, 2002-2006

[c-print mounted onto aluminum: 55 1/2 x 69 inches] edition 2 of 3 courtesy of the artist and marianne boesky gallery, new york estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.marianneboeskygallery.com


Roland Flexner 038

UNTITLED, 2010

[liquid graphite on paper: 5 1/2 x 6 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and d'amelio terras, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: www.damelioterras.com


Mark Flood 039

HARBOR VIEW, 2010

[acrylic on canvas: 42 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist and zach feuer gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,500 gallery website: www.zachfeuer.com


Brendan Fowler 040

PATTY'S HOUSE 5/10/10 -5/12/10 #9, 2011 [archival inkjet: 37 x 25 inches]

courtesy of the artist and untitled, new york estimated retail value: $2,500 gallery website: www.nyuntitled.com


Erik Frydenborg 041

CODEC 2 (HAPLOOPS), 2011

[select pine, wood stain, wax, mdf, polyester knit, polyurethane plastic, pigments, paint, dowel rod, archival pigment print on canvas, thread, and hardware: 46 x 36 x 2 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and cherry and martin, los angeles estimated retail value: $4,500 gallery website: www.cherryandmartin.com


John Gerrard 042

GROW FINISH UNIT (NEAR ELKHART, KANSAS), 2008, 2008

[real-time 3d on plasma screen: sculptural display: 33 7/8 x 40 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches; encased lcd screen: 22 1/2 x 39 3/8 inches] edition 1 of 6 + 2 artist proofs courtesy of the artist and simon preston gallery, new york estimated retail value: $85,000 gallery website: www.simonprestongallery.com


Alexander Gorlizki 043

HONEYMOONERS, 2010

[pigment and gold on bookprint: 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and greenberg van doren gallery, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.gvdgallery.com


Antony Gormley 044

MEME CIX, 2010

[cast iron: 5 3/8 x 3 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and white cube, london; Š antony gormley estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: www.whitecube.com


Mark Grotjahn 045

UNTITLED (IN AND OUT OF THE DARKNESS FACE 43.01), 2011 [oil on cardboard mounted on linen: 88 3/8 x 48 3/8 inches]

courtesy of the artist, anton kern gallery, new york; blum & poe, los angeles; gagosian gallery, new york; and shane campbell gallery, chicago; photo by douglas m. parker

estimated retail value: $650,000 gallery websites: www.antonkerngallery.com, www.blumandpoe.com, www.gagosian.com, www.shanecampbellgallery.com


Terry Haggerty 046

SEMI-CONDUCTOR, 2008

[acrylic on wood panel: 24 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist and kuttner siebert, berlin estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.kuttnersiebert.de


Tim Hailand 047

PORTRAIT COMMISSION IN THE "PHOTOS RE-PHOTOGRAPHED" STYLE

[archival pigment print on crane portfolio rag paper: 43 x 30 inches] unique commission from the artist's "photos re-photographed" series, in which the subject will be photographed and the portrait re-photographed in a new context (image shown is an existing work: CARLTON DEWOODY IN NEW YORK IN BERLIN, 2008)

courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $8,000 artist website: www.timhailand.com


Robert Heinecken 048

LESSONS IN POSING/DISTANCING; LESSONS IN POSING SUBJECTS: (HAND/HIP ERRORS); LESSONS IN POSING SUBJECTS: (FIST ERRORS); LESSONS IN POSING SUBJECTS: STANDARD POSE # 6 (ARMS FOLDED), 1981

[set of 4 groups of polaroid sx-70 photographs with lithographic texts, mounted to reves paper: each group 15 x 20 inches] edition 8 of 10 courtesy of the robert heinecken trust, chicago; friedrich petzel gallery, new york; cherry and martin, los angeles; and marc selwyn fine art, los angeles estimated retail value: $32,000 gallery websites: www.petzel.com, www.cherryandmartin.com, www.marcselwynfineart.com


Jim Hodges 049

COMPLEX CHORD - GREEN CENTERED GOLD, 2011 [collage: 15 1/8 x 11 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist, gladstone gallery, new york; stephen friedman gallery, london; and anthony meier fine arts, san francisco estimated retail value: $20,000 websites: www.jimhodges.com, www.gladstonegallery.com, www.stephenfriedman.com, www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Tony Horton 050

SANCTUARY, 2009

[oil on canvas: 72 x 72 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $50,000 artist website: www.tonyhortoncollection.com


Ryan Humphrey 051

HELTER SKELTER, 2010

[spray paint, paper and poster: 32 1/8 x 39 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and dckt contemporary, new york estimated retail value: $4,500 gallery website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


Sergej Jensen 052

UNTITLED, 2011

[burlap and dye: 84 7/8 x 73 inches] courtesy of the artist and anton kern gallery, new york estimated retail value: $65,000 gallery website: www.antonkerngallery.com


Yael Kanarek 053

NUDE, #1 (MY ALBERS), 2010

[wood board and the word "white" in silicone in 9 languages: 31 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.bitforms.com


Matt Keegan 054

WORK FROM HOME, 2010

[silkscreen: 26 x 27 1/2 inches]

courtesy of the artist and d'amelio terras, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.damelioterras.com


Alisha Kerlin 055

THIS SIDE OF, 2011

[oil on canvas: 58 x 74 inches] courtesy of the artist and zach feuer gallery, new york estimated retail value: $8,500 gallery website: www.zachfeuer.com


Ai Kijima 056

DADDY YOU FORGOT TO KISS ONE OF MY DOLLS GOODNIGHT, 2008 [fused and quilted materials: 62 x 29 inches] courtesy of the artist and franklin parrasch gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 websites: www.franklinparrasch.com, www.aikijima.com


Klara Kristalova 057

APPLEHEAD SEATED, 2009

[glazed stoneware: 20 1/2 x 19 1/4 x 12 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and alison jacques gallery, london estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.alisonjacquesgallery.com


Liz Larner 058

UNDERWATER SMILE, 2011

[porcelain and epoxy with brass base: 8 x 17 x 3 3/4 inches; base: 35 x 18 x 22 inches] courtesy of the artist, regen projects, los angeles; and tanya bonakdar, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery websites: www.regenprojects.com, www.tanyabonakdar.com


Annette Lawrence 059

FREE PAPER RUBBING 11.05V, 2008 [graphite on paper: 40 x 26 inches]

courtesy of the artist and talley dunn gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $4,900 gallery website: www.talleydunn.com


Glenn Ligon 060

STUDY FOR NEGRO SUNSHINE #76, 2011

[oil stick, coal dust and gesso on paper: 12 x 9 inches] courtesy of the artist, regen projects, los angeles; and luhring augustine, new york

estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery websites: www.regenprojects.com, www.luhringaugustine.com


Liza Lou 061

COIL, 2008-2010

[glass beads and cotton: 5 1/2 x 8 3/8 x 8 3/8 inches] edition 2 of 2 courtesy of l & m arts, new york estimated retail value: $60,000 gallery website: www.lmgallery.com/exhibitions/liza-lou


Catherine MacMahon 062

CELEBRITY, 2010

[steel rod and gold lamĂŠ thread: 48 inches long; 1/4 inch circumference] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $2,500 artist website: www.catherinemacmahon.com


Florian Maier-Aichen 063

UNTITLED, 2011

[silver gelatin print: 42 1/4 x 50 1/2 inches] edition 5 of 6 courtesy of the artist and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $55,000 gallery website: www.303gallery.com


Robert Mapplethorpe 064

LISA, 1982

[silver gelatin print: 20 x 16 inches] edition 5 of 10 courtesy of the robert mapplethorpe foundation, new york; and sean kelly gallery, new york; Š robert mapplethorpe foundation, used by permission estimated retail value: $10,000 websites: www.mapplethorpe.org, www.skny.com


Liz Markus 065

DOUBLE ROTTEN 2, 2010

[acrylic on unprimed canvas: 83 x 68 inches] courtesy of the artist and ziehersmith, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.ziehersmith.com


Cameron Martin 066

ESSINARE, 2010

[acrylic and watercolor on paper: 29 1/4 x 40 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and greenberg van doren gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,500 gallery website: www.gvdgallery.com


Nick Mauss 067

WHAT REMAINS, 2011

[charcoal, graphite, gouache and ink on paper: 31 3/4 x 41 1/4] courtesy of the artist and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $6,600 gallery website: www.303gallery.com


Keith Mayerson 068

THOMAS EAKINS COMING OUT OF THE GRID, 2009

[oil on linen: 18 x 12 inches] courtesy of the artist and derek eller gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.derekeller.com


Charles Mayton 069

UNTITLED, 2010

[acrylic and gouache on paper: 30 x 22 inches] courtesy of the artist and balice hertling & lewis, new york estimated retail value: $1,500 gallery website: www.balicehertlingandlewis.com


Stefana McClure 070

REDACTED (TOP SECRET), 2010 [cut paper: 25 x 25 inches]

courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,600 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Ritsue Mishima 071

EOLO, 2009

[glass: 17 x 15 3/4 x 15 3/4 inches] courtesy of hedge gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.hedgegallery.com


Donald Moffett 072

THE DIRTY ZIPPER (LOT 040406), 2006

[rabbit skin glue, metal on linen and cotton, wood frame and panel support: 31 1/2 x 27 1/4 inches] courtesy of anthony and celeste meier estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Frank Moore 073

3 LANDSCAPES, 1999

[suite of 3 woodcut prints: each 17 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches] 8 of 10 artist proofs courtesy of sperone westwater, new york, and the gesso foundation estimated retail value: $8,500 gallery website: www.speronewestwater.com


Sam Moyer 074

UNTITLED, 2011

[ink and bleach on canvas mounted to wood panel: 48 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and rachel uffner gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.racheluffnergallery.com


Carter Mull 075

UNTITLED (AFTER PROSPER MARILHAT), 2011 [ink on paper and pasted paper: 25 5/8 x 39 inches] courtesy of the artist, marc foxx, los angeles; and taxter & spengemann, new york

estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery websites: www.marcfoxx.com, www.taxterandspengemann.com


Yuko Murata 076

STONE GARDEN, 2010

[oil on canvas: 9 1/2 x 13 inches] courtesy of the artist, inman gallery, houston; and gallery side 2, tokyo estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery websites: www.inmangallery.com, www.galleryside2.net


Hitoshi Nomura 077

TIME ON A CURVED LINE, FEBRUARY 22, 1970, 1970 [black and white photograph: 35 3/8 x 35 3/8 inches] edition 2 of 5 courtesy of the artist and mccaffrey fine art, new york estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: www.mccaffreyfineart.com


William J. O'Brien 078

UNTITLED, 2010

[colored pencil and ink on paper: 68 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and shane campbell gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.shanecampbellgallery.com


Rachel Owens 079

UNTITLED (TOPIARY), 2011

[broken glass, foam, wood and latex paint: 47 x 19 x 19 inches] courtesy of the artist and ziehersmith, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.ziehersmith.com


Trevor Paglen 080

DETACHMENT 3, AIR FORCE FLIGHT TEST CENTER, GROOM LAKE, NV, DISTANCE APPROX. 26 MILES, 2008 [c-print: 40 x 50 inches] edition 1 of 5 courtesy of the artist and altman siegel, san francisco estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.altmansiegel.com


Anthony Pearson 081

UNTITLED (TABLET), 2011

[bronze relief with cobalt patina: 15 x 3 3/4 x 1 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, david kordansky gallery, los angeles; and marianne boesky gallery, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery websites: www.davidkordanskygallery.com, www.marianneboeskygallery.com


Jaume Plensa 082

EAT IN THE EVENING, 2007

[mixed media on paper: 33 1/8 x 11 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and richard gray gallery, new york and chicago estimated retail value: $24,000 gallery website: www.richardgraygallery.com


John Pomara 083

DIGITAL DIVISION, 2011

[oil enamel on aluminum: 21 x 34 inches] courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $3,400 gallery website: www.barrywhistlergallery.com


Liliana Porter 084

FORCED LABOR: WEAVER (BLUE III), 2008

[wooden shelf, blue fabric, small base and figurine: 13 x 43 1/2 x 11 inches] courtesy of the artist and carrie secrist gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.secristgallery.com


Alex Prager 085

RENEE, 2010

[chromogenic print: 36 x 27 inches] edition 3 of 25 courtesy of the artist and yancey richardson gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.yanceyrichardson.com


Zak Prekop 086

UNTITLED, 2011

[oil and paper on canvas: 26 1/2 x 22 inches] courtesy of harris lieberman, new york; and shane campbell gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery websites: www.harrislieberman.com, www.shanecampbellgallery.com


Rob Pruitt 087

2, 2011

[silk screen and flocking on mirrored stainless steel: 44 x 38 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and gavin brown's enterprise, new york estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.gavinbrown.biz


Eileen Quinlan 088

ORCHIDISM, 2007

[uv laminated chromogenic print mounted on sintra: 40 x 30 inches] edition 1 of 5 courtesy of the artist and miguel abreu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.miguelabreugallery.com


Ged Quinn 089

DO NOT FORGET ME, 2011

[oil on linen: 24 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and stephen friedman gallery, london estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: www.stephenfriedman.com


Paul RamĂ­rez Jonas 090

ADMIT ONE: SANTA MARIA BULLRING IN LA GLORIA, TX, 2011

[ink, color pencil and graphite on paper: 60 x 40 inches] courtesy of the artist and alexander gray associates, llc, new york; framing donated by phrame inc., baltimore estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.alexandergray.com


Noam Rappaport 091

GREEN GULLY, 2008

[oil, wax, canvas and wood: 41 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist and james fuentes, llc, new york estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.jamesfuentes.com


Brion Nuda Rosch 092

OUR PAST LAID OUT BEFORE US, 2010

[acrylic on paper on found book pages: 10 5/8 x 16 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and dckt contemporary, new york estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


Andrea Rosenberg 093

UNTITLED NO. 21, 2011

[crayon, oil stick, inks, graphite and gesso on paper: 73 x 38 inches] courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $13,000 gallery website: www.barrywhistlergallery.com


Eva Rothschild 094

UNTITLED, 2011

[polystyrene, modroc, glass beads and paint: 11 3/4 x 16 7/8 x 8 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist, stuart shave/modern art, london; and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery websites: www.modernart.net, www.303gallery.com


Heather Rowe 095

UNTITLED, 2011

[found frame, mirror, wood and wallpaper: 40 x 30 x 11 inches] courtesy of the artist and d'amelio terras, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.damelioterras.com


Stefan Sandner 096

UNTITLED, 2008

[acrylic on canvas: 27 1/2 x 39 inches] courtesy of matthew dipple/american contemporary, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.americancontemporary.com


Judith Seligson 097

FOR G-JE(A)NE, 2007

[oil on gessoed panel: 23 x 17 inches] courtesy of the artist, in memory of her father, david seligson estimated retail value: $8,700 artist website: www.judithseligson.com


Brian Sharp 098

UNTITLED (RECTANGLE DESCRIBING A SQUARE), 2011 [oil on canvas over wood: 15 x 12 inches] courtesy of the artist and acme, los angeles estimated retail value: $1,600 gallery website: www.acmelosangeles.com


Arlene Shechet 099

RATHER THAN BREATHING, 2011

[glazed and fired ceramic: 61 x 16 x 13 inches, installed] courtesy of the artist and jack shainman gallery, new york estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.jackshainman.com


Jay Shinn 100

SPRAYED ICON #2, 2011

[spray paint, plexiglass and shelf: 30 x 36 x 3 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and marty walker gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $3,600 gallery website: www.martywalkergallery.com


Ken Solomon 101

J., 2011

[acrylic on wood: 30 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Christiana Soulou 102

UNTITLED, 2006

[pencil on paper: 11 7/8 x 11 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and sadie coles hq, london; Š christiana soulou estimated retail value: $5,800 gallery website: www.sadiecoles.com


Thomas Struth 103

NANJING XI LU 2, SHANGHAI, 2002

[c-print: 53 1/8 x 61 3/8 inches] edition 1 of 10 courtesy of the artist and marian goodman gallery, new york estimated retail value: $55,000 gallery website: www.mariangoodman.com


Jiro Takamatsu 104

ONENESS OF PAPER, 1971

[torn japanese washi paper on cardboard: 28 1/8 x 18 1/8 inches] courtesy of mccaffrey fine art, new york; yumiko chiba associates, tokyo; and the estate of jiro takamatsu estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.mccaffreyfineart.com


Cheyney Thompson 105

MOTIF XIII, 2011

[watercolor and gouache on paper, mounted on laser-cut aluminum: 40 3/4 x 25 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and andrew kreps gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.andrewkreps.com


Anthony Titus 106

BLINDSPOT, 2011

[acrylic on canvas: 20 1/4 x 15 3/4 inches] courtesy of matthew dipple/american contemporary, new york estimated retail value: $2,500 gallery website: www.americancontemporary.com


Tatiana TrouvĂŠ 107

LA MISURA DELLE COSE, 2011

[pencil and ink on wall: dimensions variable] courtesy of the artist, gagosian gallery, new york; and galerie perrotin, paris estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery websites: www.gagosian.com, www.perrotin.com


Lane Twitchell 108

TRANSFORMATIONS (TWO BY TWO), 2011

[cut film, collage and ink on epoxied polyester: 28 1/2 x 28 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and edward tyler nahem fine art, llc., new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.etnahem.com/artists/lane-twitchell


Fredrik VĂŚrslev 109

UNTITLED, 2011

[spray paint, house paint, enamel paint, cellulose paint, corrosion protective spray and white spirit on canvas and wooden stretcher: 77 x 57 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and standard (oslo) estimated retail value: $11,900 gallery website: www.standardoslo.no


Lesley Vance 110

UNTITLED, 2011

[watercolor on paper: 7 5/8 x 6 inches] courtesy of the artist and david kordansky gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.davidkordanskygallery.com


Kara Walker 111

THE EMANCIPATION APPROXIMATION, 1999-2000 [silkscreen: boxed portfolio of 27 prints, each 44 x 34 inches] edition 11 of 20 courtesy of the artist and sikkema jenkins & co, new york estimated retail value: $75,000 gallery website: www.sikkemajenkinsco.com


Phoebe Washburn 112

NORTILIZER, 2011

[mixed media: 25 x 11 x 9 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and zach feuer gallery, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: www.zachfeuer.com


Andro Wekua 113

REDHEAD, 2011

[oil on canvas: 19 3/4 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist and gladstone gallery, new york and brussels Š andro wekua estimated retail value: $110,000 gallery website: www.gladstonegallery.com


Richard Wentworth 114

MAKING DO AND GETTING BY (LONDON 1990/FRANCE 1986), 1995 [2 c-prints: 18 7/8 x 42 1/8 inches framed] courtesy of peter freeman, inc., new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.peterfreemaninc.com


Hannah Wilke 115

MARXISM & ART, 1977

[off-set poster on heavy stock paper: 10 x 8 inches] edition 16 of 25

courtesy of marsie, emanuelle, damon and andrew scharlatt; the hannah wilke collection and archive, los angeles; and alison jacques gallery, london; Š retained by marsie, emanuelle, damon and andrew scharlatt; licensed by vaga, new york

estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.alisonjacquesgallery.com


Jason Willaford 116

M.A.L.E. SERIES: MORE ABSTRACT LINEAR EVOLUTION, SCARLET LAKE, 2010

[encaustic on canvas and wood: 22 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist and galleri urbane, dallas and marfa estimated retail value: $2,500 websites: www.galleriurbane.com, www.jasonwillaford-marfadallas.com


Jesse Willenbring 117

TWO STEP CAMELBACK, 2011

[oil on canvas in artist’s frame: 29 1/4 x 32 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and laurel gitlen, new york estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.laurelgitlen.com


Michael Williams 118

HEREISH, 2011

[oil airbrush on canvas: 92 x 71 inches] courtesy of the artist and canada, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.canadanewyork.com


Sean Wrenn 119

AT HOME ABROAD, 2010

[acrylic medium and laser copy paper on wood panel: 24 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $4,000 artist website: www.scrapworm.info


Ervin Wurm 120

ICH UND ĂœBERICH, 2008

[aluminum: 49 3/8 x 47 3/8 x 23 5/8 inches] edition 1 of 5 + 2 artist proofs courtesy of the artist and lehmann maupin gallery, new york estimated retail value: $100,000 gallery website: www.lehmannmaupin.com


Billy Zinser 121

BLACK WAVE, 2010

[oil on panel: 24 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist and the public trust, dallas estimated retail value: $1,750 gallery website: www.trustthepublic.com


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


We graciously thank Design Within Reach, our 2011 Design Auction Sponsor, for assembling this extraordinary group of custom and classic design pieces. This year's auction includes iconic pieces of contemporary design as well as some one-of-a-kind artistically inspired treasures. Catalogue photographs for the design auction were shot on location at The Rachofsky House for the first time in TWO x TWO history. We are grateful for the generous and inspiring support from our friends at Design Within Reach.


Jon Gasca (chair) and Sarah Morris (fabric design)

122 Right angles combine with sensuous curves in the design of the Nube Armchair (2008). Jon and Jesús Gasca’s Armchair is a startlingly simple and architectural structure that can be viewed from any angle. With contrasting colors (one color for the angular parts, a different tone for the curved) and an exposed, chromed steel frame, the Nube works individually or grouped. Endless configurations are possible for contract or residential applications. A removable seat cushion provides comfort and ease of cleaning. Plastic glides are included and can be removed for placement on carpet. The Nube Armchair was honored with a 2008 Good Design Award for furniture from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. Design Within Reach is proud to be the exclusive retailer of Stua products in the U.S. Made in Spain. "We're in the narrative business," says Michael Maharam, who runs the New York-based textile company with his brother Stephen. With Agency (2009) by Sarah Morris, Maharam explores the story of turning a work of art into design. Based on a painting that is included in the MoMA's permanent collection – and part of the artist's larger body of work entitled Los Angeles – Agency speaks to the urban, architectural landscape of iconic buildings that create the identity of Los Angeles. This fabric offers reduced environmental impact and is Greenguard Children and Schools certified for low chemical and particle emissions and may contribute to LEED certification. This fully licensed fabric is produced by Maharam Design Studio according to the designer's specifications.

NUBE ARMCHAIR, 2008–2011

[chromed steel, foam and maharam fabric: 24 3/4 x 26 3/4 x 26 3/4 inches] 1st edition courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $6,000 website: www.dwr.com


Eileen Gray 123 Eileen Gray was born in Ireland in 1878, studied at the Slade School of Art in London and then moved to Paris. After her work was exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Décorateurs in 1913, she started earning commissions for her interior design work, and in 1922, she opened her own shop, called Jean Désert. In mid-career, Gray became an architect and designed a home in Roquebrune, France, with fellow architect and partner Jean Badovici. Gray also designed the furniture for this house, which they named E.1027 to reflect the collaborative nature of the project. E.1027 is a cipher for the architects’ intertwined initials: The E is for Eileen and the numbers 10, 2 and 7 represent the alphabetical order of the letters J, B and G, respectively. This table is included in the permanent collection of MoMA in New York. The production of this table is authorized by the World License Holder, Aram Designs Ltd. Made in Italy.

ADJUSTABLE TABLE E1027, 1927

[chromed tubular steel and 1/4 inch thick glass: 24 – 40 inches, diameter: 20 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $1,150 website: www.dwr.com


Le Corbusier 124 Designed in 1928, the LC4 Chaise Longue (or "long chair" in English) was dubbed the "relaxing machine" because of the way it mirrors the body's natural curves while appearing to float above its supports. An infinite number of sitting angles are achievable with the LC4, as the moveable frame adjusts along the base, from upright to full recline. The LC4 is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Each piece is signed and numbered and, as a product of Cassina's Masters Collection, is manufactured by Cassina under exclusive worldwide license from the Le Corbusier Foundation. Made in Italy.

LC4 CHAISE LONGUE, 1928

[chromed tubular steel frame and steel base: 33 x 21 x 63 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $3,685 website: www.dwr.com


Giovanna Modonutti (Giofra) 125 It is not uncommon for someone working in the field of Art Direction and R&D to have confronted oneself from the very beginning with a strong family company heritage, together with a great passion for his job. In Italy these two aspects are frequently tied and in Giofra the experience inherited from the maternal family in the field of chair manufacture is combined with that of the paternal family, specialized in the application of leather. Her story starts from this family background. The experience acquired in the course of her activity and the profound understanding of leather is essential to her today and allows her to design products that emphasize the special characteristics and complex applications of leather, frequently interpreting the demands of the clientele. Frag is a leading specialist in leather chairs. Carefully selected natural hides, available in a wide range of finishing and colors, are created using the most modern production methods and then finished by hand with the skill, passion and care of a tradition that makes every Frag product both unique and perfect at the same time.

CANOUAN Q CHAIR (LIPSTICK)

[padded chair with multilayer shell upholstered in soft leather and chrome-plated steel legs: 18 1/2 – 31 7/8 x 18 1/8 x 22 1/2 inches] courtesy of frag s.r.l. and design within reach estimated retail value: $1,750 websites: www.frag.it, www.dwr.com


Verner Panton 126 "The main purpose of my work is to provoke people into using their imagination," wrote Verner Panton, "To encourage them to use their fantasy and make their surroundings more exciting." Whether designing furniture, textiles or lighting, Panton certainly fulfilled this goal. His Onion Lamp (1977), also known as the Yamigiwa Lamp, is made with strips of bent metal that hide the bulb while also acting as reflectors to softly diffuse light around the room. Bulb (not included): incandescent E26. Made in Denmark.

ONION TABLE LAMP, 1977

[bent metal: 31 1/2 x 17 3/4 x 86 3/4 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $1,695 website: www.dwr.com


Warren Platner for Knoll 127 If you combined the work of I.M. Pei and Eero Saarinen, the result might very well look like the Platner Collection (1962). Warren Platner worked with both of the industrial and organic design giants before turning his attention to steel wire furniture, for which he devised the structure and production method. Requiring as many as 1,000 welds and crafted out of wire and space, the Side Table demonstrates Platner's belief that there is room in modernism "for the kind of decorative, gentle, graceful design that appeared in a period style like Louis XV." Constructed of metal components that are finished in bright nickel with a clear lacquer protective coating, the table features a clear plastic extrusion ring surrounding the base to protect floors and ensure a level tabletop. The tabletop is made of .4" thick tempered glass. The Platner Collection is Greenguard Indoor Air Quality Certified for low-emitting products. Manufactured by KnollÂŽ according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy.

PLATNER SIDE TABLE, 1962

[steel wire rods, .4 inch tempered glass: 18 x 16 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $720 website: www.dwr.com


Eero Saarinen 128 In a 1956 cover story in Time magazine, Eero Saarinen said he was designing a collection to "clear up the slum of legs in the U.S. home." Later that year, he completed his Pedestal Table and Tulip™ Chair Collection (1956) and obliterated the "slum" by creating a cast aluminum base inspired by a drop of high-viscosity liquid. This table is manufactured by KnollŽ according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy.

SAARINEN SIDE TABLE, 1956

[marble table top and cast aluminum with risan finish: 20 x 20 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $892 website: www.dwr.com


Philippe Starck for Emeco 129 After updating the iconic 1006 seat by Emeco for the Hudson Hotel in New York City, Philippe Starck took on the Emeco Counter and Barstools, stripping the classics of their back and arms and giving them an irresistibly slender profile. Simple, elegant and commodious for bodies of all sizes, the stools contain up to 80% recycled aluminum and are handcrafted to be stronger than steel using the same proprietary 77step process as the classic 1006 Navy Collection. First designed as prototypes for the Mies van der Rohe retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in 2001, the Bar and Counter Stools are solutions that the museum thought Mies van der Rohe himself might choose today. Made available to the public in 2002 and equipped with optional vinyl seat pads, they have a cool neutrality right for any environment, artfully blending contemporary crispness with the contours of '50s modernism. Optional vinyl seat pad sold separately. Made in U.S.A.

EMECO BARSTOOL PAIR, 2002 [brushed aluminum: 30 x 15 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $710 website: www.dwr.com


Hans J. Wegner 130 In 1944, Danish designer Hans Wegner began a series of chairs that were inspired by portraits of Danish merchants sitting in Ming Chairs. One of these chairs was the Wishbone Chair (1949), also known as the “Y” or “CH-24,” which has been produced by the Danish firm Carl Hansen & Son since 1950. The son of a shoemaker, Wegner was trained as a cabinetmaker before attending the School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen, after which he began his career as an architect. Just three years later, Wegner started his own design office, and his work soon caught the eye of the folks at Carl Hansen & Son. The light, sculptural Wishbone Chair was exactly what the Hansen company was looking for to supplement the heavier forms that were popular at the time. However, the Wishbone was a challenging chair to make, as this steam-bent solid wood frame demands perfect craftsmanship and an intimate knowledge of wood joinery. Even today, the seat is still hand woven from paper cord, a durable material developed during WWII as a substitute for jute. Using the best natural materials, the sculptural Wishbone is made to last for generations and offers outstanding sitting comfort. Made in Denmark.

WISHBONE CHAIR, 1949

[solid wood frame and paper cord seat: 29 1/2 x 21 3/4 x 20 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $799 website: www.dwr.com


LUXURY AUCTION ITEMS 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


Audi Sportscar Experience in Sonoma 131 Start your Engines ‌ You and three friends will experience the best of performance, speed, power and luxury with four seats at the Audi Sportscar Experience driving the Audi R8 super sportscar at the Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California. The one-day program allows drivers to hone their driving skills in the Audi R8. Professional drivers will teach fundamental car control skills to help you race the R8 around the track, enabling you to fully experience the strength and agility of this extraordinary sportscar. Luxurious accommodations are yours to enjoy for two nights at the prestigious Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa. Perhaps you can find a moment to visit their world renowned 40,000 square foot spa, get in a round of golf on their championship course, or just relax after your long day at the Raceway and enjoy some delicious Sonoma wine with a fabulous dinner at the Michelin-starred restaurant, SantÊ. *Mutually agreed upon date *Fairmont stay includes two rooms for two nights, other activities at guest expense

courtesy of audi of america, fairmont sonoma mission inn & spa and strong travel services estimated retail value: $18,000 company websites: www.audiusa.com, www.fairmont.com/sonoma, www.strongtravel.com


A Day with President Bill Clinton 132 You and a guest will enjoy an unforgettable day with President Clinton. You will have one-on-one time with the 42nd President of the United States as you are invited to experience a bird’s-eye view of a day in the life of President William J. Clinton. The winner will spend the day with the celebrated orator as he delivers a speech, accompany him to events throughout the day, and will get an inside look at his presidential office and the incredible work he does through his Foundation. How many people get to say they spent the day not just alongside President Clinton, but with him? This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Terms: Valid for the winner and one guest. Date and time to be determined at the discretion of the William J. Clinton Foundation. Travel and accommodations are not included. Winner and guest will be screened for security purposes.

courtesy of the william j. clinton foundation estimated retail value: priceless website: www.clintonfoundation.org


Escape to Capella Pedregal in Cabo San Lucas

133 Escape to Capella Pedregal in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, for four nights in a beautiful 4,500 square foot luxury villa with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. This luxurious four-bedroom, two-level villa features an open-plan sitting, living and dining area leading onto a large entertainment terrace with private plunge pool. You won’t lift a finger except to enjoy your margarita, because this package also includes a majordomo to take care of your every need! Your spacious villa can accommodate eight people. The stunning master bedroom features a fireplace and bath with double vanities, a large tub and a separate walk-in rain shower. A second upstairs bedroom also features a king bed and its own private terrace with a plunge pool and a full master bath. The third and fourth bedrooms both feature two twin beds, suitable for children or a few extra friends. The large, fully equipped kitchen offers stainless steel Viking kitchen appliances and is outfitted with beautiful Kohler accents…not that you’ll be doing a lot of cooking while you watch the beautiful Pacific sunset from your terrace after a relaxing poolside day! Capella Pedregal, the premier spa resort in Cabo San Lucas, sits on the southernmost tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula. Encompassing 24 spectacular mountainside and oceanfront acres, luxury Los Cabos resort rests at the very point where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez, near the legendary rock formations known as Land's End. The beach resort is reached via the only privately owned tunnel in Mexico, Dos Mares. Carved through the heart of the mountain, the tunnel is a 300-meter long engineering feat that separates the town of Cabo from the Pacific Ocean. *Reservations can be made at cc.pedregal@capellahotels.com *Blackout dates may apply, please book in advance for best availability *Must be used by August 1, 2012

courtesy of peter bowling, gm, capella pedregal estimated retail value: $20,000 company website: www.capellahotels.com/cabosanlucas


Private Dinner with Monsieur Fashion: Jean Paul Gaultier

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Les Surréalistes [The Surrealists] collection, Hécate coatdress Haute couture fall/winter 2006-2007 © Patrice Stable/Jean Paul Gaultier

Les Indes galantes [Romantic India] collection, Lascar dress Haute couture spring/summer 2000 © Patrice Stable/Jean Paul Gaultier

Pierre et Gilles La Vierge aux serpents (Kylie Minogue), 2008 Photographie peinte, encadrée par les artistes © Pierre et Gilles Courtesy Galerie Jérôme de Noirmont, Paris

Meet fashion’s enfant terrible when he makes his first ever trip to Texas to open the Dallas Museum of Art’s exhibition, “The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk.” The comprehensive look at Gaultier’s work spanning 35 years opens November 13, 2011, and is comprised of 120 ensembles, sketches, photographs and videos. This is the first exhibition at the DMA devoted to fashion as an art medium, reflecting and shaping ideas and culture. You and a guest will join the legendarily charming Parisian designer for an intimate dinner at The Rachofsky House honoring Monsieur Gaultier on November 9, 2011. We promise a night to remember as you help us welcome a

Jean Paul Gaultier Jean-Baptiste Mondino © Jean-Baptiste Mondino

fashion icon to Dallas.

courtesy of the dallas museum of art estimated retail value: $50,000 museum website: www.dallasmuseumofart.org/view/gaultier


Sartorial Experience at Hadleigh’s 135

Hadleigh’s Bespoke is recognized as the best source in the Southwest for style-setting men’s and women’s clothing hand-crafted in Italy. Now with two locations in Highland Park Village, Hadleigh’s provides discriminating Dallasites and others with unique fashion statements that set them well above the ordinary. Once again, Hadleigh’s is pleased to participate in the TWO x TWO auction by offering a His and Hers formal combination worth up to $10,000. The offer includes an evening gown and dinner suit combination, and a special fitting with lunch catered by Hadleigh’s at Highland Park Village second-floor Atelier. For Him: a personal bespoke dinner suit with hand-stitched details and a bespoke shirt hand sewn by Italian craftsmen, along with other accessories, valued at up to $5,000. For Her: a Hadleigh’s-designed evening gown, or a choice of different ensembles, or day dresses, valued at up to $5,000. Anyone hoping to make a personal fashion statement with hand-tailored elegance can find one-of-a-kind solutions that begin with an appointment at Hadleigh’s Bespoke of Highland Park Village.

courtesy of hadleigh’s estimated retail value: $10,000 company website: www.hadleighsbespoke.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, formerly known 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

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


Thomas Keller Garden Party at the French Laundry

137 CALLING ALL FOOD FANATICS…

Be the FIRST EVER to dine “al fresco” in the culinary garden at The French Laundry in the heart of the Napa Valley, California. Ten guests will join legendary chef Thomas Keller for dinner in the exquisite French Laundry culinary garden. Begin your gastronomic experience with champagne and canapés before settling in for the chef’s nine-course tasting menu paired with extraordinary wines from this 3-star Michelin restaurant. Whether you are one of the lucky ones who has dined at The French Laundry or if this is your first entrée to this Yountville restaurant jewel, this is undoubtedly a foodie experience of a lifetime to share with your friends. You and your guests will be in good hands as “concierge” Cindy Rachofsky will help coordinate your Napa plans. The world-renowned Meadowood Napa Valley resort will be home for you and your guests for two nights. Meadowood’s luxurious setting is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the beautiful Napa Valley views. This experience has never before been offered by Thomas Keller or The French Laundry… truly a once in a lifetime opportunity! *Mutually agreed upon date

courtesy of thomas keller, the french laundry, meadowood napa valley and strong travel services estimated retail value: priceless company websites: www.frenchlaundry.com, www.meadowood.com, www.strongtravel.com


LeWitt Villa on the Amalfi Coast 138 Quintessential Italian Style, Iconic Contemporary Art Glorious views await your arrival at the Italian Amalfi Coast. Both interior and exterior views, that is, as you peer out to the splendid Mediterranean Sea from the LeWitt family’s ancestral villa, adorned inside with several of Sol LeWitt’s beloved artworks. Carol LeWitt, widow of artist Sol LeWitt, has offered her ancestral home in Praiano, Italy, along the rugged Amalfi Coast, 40 miles south of Naples. Restore, revive and relish in the pristine vistas for a seven-night stay. Built in the typical Amalfitano style and inspired by Arabic and Oriental architecture, the villa is one of the finest examples of Italian history and design. You and your guests will enjoy the villa’s three bedrooms and four baths, which have been completely renovated and entirely refurnished. The elegant bedrooms and communal spaces are beautifully decorated and several of the rooms are filled with Sol LeWitt wall drawings. Large windows and a spacious balcony offer breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. A unique opportunity to rest and relax after the Basel Art Fair or anytime you find yourself needing a little “R & R” in an idyllic Italian setting. *7-night stay; on hold for the purchaser the week of June 16–23, 2012, following Art Basel, but can be changed to accommodate a mutually agreed upon date *Carol LeWitt has graciously offered to help the purchaser plan their stay, including sharing her passion for the incredible restaurants in the area, and to help with staffing, transportation and sightseeing *A $4,000 food, beverage and staff credit is included in the price

courtesy of carol lewitt and the lewitt foundation estimated retail value: $18,000


Around the World with Mandarin Oriental 139 Experience the unique delights of four iconic cities with luxury accommodations for two at Mandarin Oriental hotels in Paris, New York, Las Vegas and Hong Kong. This package – created specifically for TWO x TWO – includes a two-night stay in a Central Park View Suite at Mandarin Oriental, New York, in the heart of Columbus Circle. Explore the "city that never sleeps" and delight in a sumptuous dinner for two with wine pairings at the renowned Asiate. Experience the newly opened Mandarin Oriental, Paris, on the fashionable Rue Saint-Honoré, just minutes away from the Tuileries gardens, the Louvre, and the Musée d'Orsay. Indulge in a three-night stay in a Deluxe room, with dinner for two at Thierry Marx’s Camélia restaurant. Next up – roll your dice, see the lights, and experience world famous entertainment in Las Vegas. Your twonight stay in a Cityscape Room at Mandarin Oriental includes breakfast daily in MOzen Bistro. Complete your world tour with a three-night stay in a Deluxe Signature Suite at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, during ART HK 2012 (17–20 May 2012). Tour the bustling city before retreating to the hotel's award-winning spa for the Imperial Jade Ritual Spa Journey and a Shanghainese pedicure. Your stay includes breakfast daily at the hotel’s Clipper Lounge and one Degustation Dinner with wine pairings at Pierre Gagnaire’s two Michelin Star Pierre. *Air and ground transportation not included; dates are subject to availability

courtesy of mandarin oriental hotel group estimated retail value: $32,620 company website: www.mandarinoriental.com


Talbots Gown: Tradition Transformed 140

What is it about a dress? Sometimes you see one and you just know you have to have it. Creating that kind of dress was the obsession behind this one-of-akind, hand-beaded, silk bustier gown. Talbots’ latest collaboration in transforming tradition. Charm, beauty, and unexpected details were all part of their mission. It's the "sometimes cheetah is a verb" dress. The "perfecting the kiss goodnight" dress. The "charming rhymes with disarming" dress. You get the idea. Now, about getting this dress.... When is a gown more than a gown? When it's a meeting of minds. Talbots' and celebrity stylist Mary Alice Stephenson joined creative style forces to create a silk bustier gown in Talbots' signature cheetah print. This one-of-a-kind dress is perfectly tailored, intricately hand-beaded and thoughtful down to the last detail. Ballroom gone bold. Wild meets styled. True to our tenet of "Tradition Transformed," the dress honors the charming and vibrant spirit that Nancy Talbot had in mind when she opened her first store in 1947. Dress is a collaboration between Talbots and Mary Alice Stephenson, celebrity stylist. *Will fit size 4 or 6 *Image not available at time of catalogue production

courtesy of talbots estimated retail value: $5,000 company website: www.talbots.com


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is a remarkable illustration of what can be achieved when the vision, determination, passion and incredible generosity of so many people converge. Having raised more than $29 million for amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art in its first twelve 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 2011. We wish to express our deep appreciation to TWO x TWO’s formidable 2011 Event Co-Chairmen Joyce Goss, John Benjamin Hickey and Gary Tigges. Their spirited contributions and boundless resourcefulness have helped us raise the bar again. We thank them for their innovative ideas and enthusiastic support. DMA and amfAR Board Trustee Cindy Rachofsky and her husband Howard deserve special recognition for opening their magnificent Richard Meier-designed house for the thirteenth 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. We are all forever grateful for their heartfelt commitment and leadership. We extend sincere appreciation to our 2011 Platinum Sponsors: Audi of America, Sotheby’s and Talbots. Audi of America has joined the TWO x TWO endeavor this year with ardent enthusiasm and unparalleled generosity and we are delighted to welcome them to the family. 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 and by underwriting the auction catalogue. We offer our grateful thanks to Sotheby’s for hosting the third annual TWO x TWO Highlights Exhibition, 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 Talbots has again 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 for the second year and thank them for their generous contribution. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2011, distinguished artist Mark Grotjahn will receive the amfAR Award of Excellence for Artistic Contributions to the Fight Against AIDS in recognition of his generous support of this event. The presentation of this annual award will take place during a brunch on October 23rd, 2011, at The Power Station, hosted by our 2011 Art Chairmen Janelle and Alden Pinnell, to whom we offer sincere appreciation. We extend special thanks to Flexjet for generously sponsoring the brunch for the fourth consecutive year, and to our friends at Blum & Poe Gallery, Anton Kern Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, and Shane Campbell Gallery, for their support of Mark Grotjahn and for their generous 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 thirteenth 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 AT&T, Inc. for their sponsorship of the Live Auction and specifically to Cynthia and Forrest Miller of AT&T for their loyal support of TWO x TWO.


TWO x TWO thanks Janelle and Alden Pinnell, the 2011 Art Chairmen, for their assistance in securing some of the extraordinary works of art in the 2011 auction. We also thank Rob Teeters for his assistance. With resourceful and thoughtful ideas, their guidance and creativity during the development of the 2011 auction has engaged a new group of artists and galleries to join in our endeavor and further inspired our longtime supporters and collectors in Dallas. We are grateful to Janelle and Alden for their devotion to TWO x TWO and The Dallas Museum of Art, and for their 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 2011 sponsors. 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 of 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. Our sincere gratitude goes to Jennifer and John Eagle and Aston Martin of Dallas for their extraordinary commitment to TWO x TWO, year after year, and this year as the Valet Sponsor. We warmly recognize our friends at Waldman Bros./ Chubb Personal Insurance, Gold Sponsor, for their generous and continued participation as the TWO x TWO Art Sponsor. We thank Neiman Marcus for their generous contribution as the Dinner Sponsor and loyal support of this event. We are also grateful to Cartier, which has joined us this year as a Gold Sponsor. Our sincere thanks go to GDT and Stephanie and John Roberts, Technology Sponsor, for their guidance and direction as TWO x TWO moves into the 21st century. Sincere thanks also go to Dr. Craig Schwimmer and The Snoring Center for sponsoring the Silent Auction. We also thank Unified Fine Arts Services for facilitating the TWO x TWO art installation at The Rachofsky House. We thank our friends at Dallas Art Fair and Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano for joining us as Silver Sponsors. Special recognition and heartfelt thanks to John Relton at Strait Capital Company Inc., Silver Sponsor, for generously participating as the Financial Services Sponsor again this year. This year we are honored to welcome Design Within Reach to our TWO x TWO family as Design Auction Sponsor. We thank Design Within Reach for assembling the extraordinary group of custom and classic design pieces. Catalogue photographs for the design auction were shot on location at the Rachofsky House for the first time in TWO x TWO history. The 2011 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: Audi of America/Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa, Capella Pedregal, William J. Clinton Foundation, Dallas Museum of Art, Hadleigh’s, Hillstone/R + D Kitchen, Carol LeWitt and The LeWitt Foundation, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Talbots, and Thomas Keller/The French Laundry/Meadowood Napa Valley. We offer sincere appreciation to Tim Headington and The Joule Hotel for their tremendous and loyal support as our 2011 Celebrity Travel Sponsor. We also thank the one and only Stanley Tucci, our dear friend and amfAR devotee, whom we adore and admire, for again joining us as TWO x TWO’s Honorary Chairman. It is our great pleasure to welcome Patti LaBelle to Dallas as this year's featured gala entertainer. We gratefully acknowledge MICHELE/Fossil for sponsoring Thursday’s sensational FIRST LOOK preview party. Warmest thanks to Charlotte and Shy Anderson for co-chairing the party and for their energetic creativity and devotion to TWO x TWO. We thank Kent Rathbun and his team at Kent Rathbun Catering for providing the delicious catering at FIRST LOOK. Thanks also to Belvedere for providing the mixologist sips. It is with exuberant applause that we thank the sensational Rob Pruitt for joining us in Dallas as the featured artist at FIRST LOOK and our friends at Gavin Brown’s enterprise for their assistance.


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, Carolyn Bachman, Anne MacGillivray, Wilson Alexander Aguilar, Cassandra Dawes, Niki Thomas, David Yu, Eric Muscatell, 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 thank them each for their devotion and significant contributions. 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, for his outstanding effort and leadership. We also thank Mandy Engleman for her contribution and creativity in designing the First Look invitation. Sincere gratitude and recognition go to Jessica Heimberg, Senior Web Developer, for her incredible talent and creative support in designing www.2x2online.org. We also thank the many friends and volunteers who have facilitated the production of this event and insured its continued success. In particular we recognize John Runyon, whose brilliant connoisseurship and unparalleled commitment to TWO x TWO and The Dallas Museum of Art are critical not only to the success of the event each year, but also to the continued development of the art community in Dallas. With heartfelt thanks we recognize our dear friend Charlie Wylie, whose many years of devotion to TWO x TWO helped lay the foundation for its success and the cultivation of many new collectors in Dallas and friends of the Dallas Museum of Art. We also thank our wonderful friend Cindy Ferris who again this year coordinated the travel plans of our many TWO x TWO guests visiting from out of town. We are also eternally grateful to our dear friend Jeff Bogert, our beloved maître d’, for his poise and calm in the storm of TWO x TWO. To the many friends and volunteers who make this event possible, thank you. 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 printed materials. Special thanks to Michael Saint for his creativity and dedication in the graphic design production this year. 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 recognize the following companies that have generously made TWO x TWO a beneficiary of their own philanthropic events and efforts: Forty Five Ten, Nhã Khanh, Northern Trust and Elie Tahari. We would like to thank and recognize our in-kind sponsors whose contributions are an integral part of TWO x TWO: The Buzzell Company, Cassandra Fine Catering, The Cultured Cup, Delta Air Lines, DFW Towncar, Displays Unlimited Inc., Empire Baking Co., Laura’s Event Services, Laurie Harper Calligraphy, Park Cities Hilton, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, San Pellegrino / Acqua Panna, Sprinkles Cupcakes, Stageworks, Strong Travel Services, Suite 206, Switch Lighting, U.S. Art and Whitewall Magazine. 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; Safe Art SAT, Inc., New York, for art storage; 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 deepest gratitude that we recognize the many art dealers and galleries who were crucial in securing the works in the 2011 auction: 303 Gallery, New York; ACME, Los Angeles; Alexander Gray Associates, LLC, New York; Alison Jacques Gallery, London; Altman Siegel Gallery, San Francisco; American Contemporary, New York; Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco; Anton Kern Gallery, New York; Balice Hertling & Lewis, New York; Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas; Betty Cuningham Gallery, New York; bitforms, New York; Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; Bortolami Gallery, New York; CANADA, New York; Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago; Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York; Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles; CRG Gallery, New York; D'Amelio Terras, New York; David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles; DCKT, New York; Derek Eller Gallery, New York; Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, LLC, New York; Eleven Rivington, New York; The Estate of Jiro Takamatsu; Foxy Production, New York; Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York; Friedman Benda, New York; Gagosian Gallery, New York; Galerie EIGEN + ART, Berlin; Galleri Urbane, Dallas; Gallery Side 2, Tokyo; Gavin Brown's enterprise, New York; The Gesso Foundation; Gladstone Gallery, New York; Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York; The Hannah Wilke Collection and Archive, Los Angeles; Harris Lieberman, New York; Hasted Kraeutler Gallery, New York; Hauser & Wirth, New York; Hedge Gallery, San Francisco; Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas; Holterman Fine Art, London; Inman Gallery, Houston; Jack Shainman Gallery, New York; James Fuentes, LLC, New York; John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco; Kate Werble Gallery, New York; Knoedler & Company, New York; Kuttner Siebert, Berlin; L & M Arts, New York; LARMgalleri, Copenhagen; Laurel Gitlen, New York; Lehmann Maupin, New York; Lisa Cooley Fine Art, New York; Marc Foxx, Los Angeles; Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles; Marian Goodman Gallery, New York; Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York; Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas; McCaffrey Fine Art, New York; Michael Werner Gallery, New York; Miguel Abreu, New York; moniquemeloche, Chicago; Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York; Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London; Paula Cooper Gallery, New York; Peter Freeman Gallery, New York; Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York; Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Richard Gray Gallery, New York; The Robert Heinecken Trust, Chicago; The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, New York; Sadie Coles HQ, London; Sean Kelly Gallery, New York; Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago; Sikkema Jenkins, New York; Simon Lee Gallery, London; Simon Preston Gallery, New York; Sperone Westwater, New York; Standard Oslo, Oslo; Stephen Friedman Gallery, London; Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London; Talley Dunn Gallery, Dallas; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York; Taxter & Spengemann, New York; The Public Trust, Dallas; Untitled, New York; Victoria Miro Gallery, London; White Cube, London; Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York; Yumiko Chiba Associates, Tokyo; Zach Feuer Gallery, New York; and ZieherSmith, New York. And finally, a project involving an auction of this magnitude is only possible because of the support of the artists whose extraordinary contributions this year and throughout the last decade have brought unprecedented success to TWO x TWO. Their commitment to the fight against AIDS and to the development of the DMA’s Contemporary Art Program demonstrates the generosity of the human spirit and the power it can have to make significant and positive changes in our lives. We are profoundly grateful for their exceptional goodwill, which is the foundation for the success of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art.

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

Olivier Meslay Interim Director Senior Curator of European and American Art Dallas Museum of Art


BIDDING PROCEDURES ABSENTEE BID FORM CONDITIONS OF SALE


BIDDING PROCEDURES YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT AT THE OCTOBER 22nd GALA TO BUY GREAT ART! TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art auction bidding begins on Monday, October 17, 2011, 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 a lot 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 22, and would like to place a bid on a live or silent auction lot, you may place an absentee bid online or on the phone with an auction representative, or you may register with an auction representative at one of the preview events for a paddle number. Successful bidders, including absentee bidders, will be notified by telephone on Sunday, October 23. 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 25, 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 2011 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 __________________________________________________ Date ___________________________ BIDDER INFORMATION Bidder Name (print) _________________________________________________________________________ Billing Address _____________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________ State __________________________ Zip ______________________ Daytime Phone _______________________________ Evening Phone ________________________________ Fax Number _________________________________ E-Mail _______________________________________ ( __) Please call me before bidding closes in the event that I am outbid in the silent auction on the evening of the Gala, October 22.

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 of LOT

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 21, 2011. Absentee bid forms can be downloaded at www.2x2online.org. Completed forms may be faxed to The Rachofsky House at (214) 750-9766 or emailed to Carolyn Bachman at carolyn.bachman@amfar.org. Successful bidders will be notified by telephone on Sunday, October 23, and Monday, October 24. The purchaser is responsible for removing works from The Rachofsky House no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 25, after which storage fees apply. If needed, shipping arrangements must be made by Wednesday, October 26. Visit www.2x2online.org/catalogue to view the 2011 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 2011

October 22, 2011

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 without any liability therefor. 3. The auctioneer and amfAR reserve the right to reject a bid from any bidder. The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the event of any dispute between 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 therefor (including without limitation damage to frames or glass covering the prints), (b) will sign a confirmation of purchase thereof and (c) will pay the full purchase price therefor 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 24, 2011. 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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ARTIST INDEX


Abelow, Joshua

001 Creed, Martin

023 * Gormley, Antony

Albrecht, Isabel

002 Daignault, Cynthia

024

Apfelbaum, Polly

003 Daou, Annabel

025 Grotjahn, Mark

045

Bas, Hernan

004

026 Haggerty, Terry

046

Beal, Justin

005 Davy, TM

027 Hailand, Tim

047

* Benson, Frank

006 * DeLucia, Michael

028 * Heinecken, Robert

048

Betbeze, Anna

007 Dennis, Marc

029

Hodges, Jim

049

Betts, William

008 Downes, Rackstraw 030 Horton, Tony

050

Davis, Lynn

Gray, Eileen

044 123

Bindernagel, Steven 009 Drew, Leonardo

031 Humphrey, Ryan

051

Bluechel, Sean

010 * Dunham, Carroll

032 Jensen, Sergej

052

* Brannon, Matthew

011 Durant, Sam

033 * Kanarek, Yael

053

Braunig, Sascha

012 Eitel, Tim

034 Keegan, Matt

054

* Brown, Christopher

013

Byars, James Lee

014 Farcas, Oana

036

Kijima, Ai

056

Calhoun, Scott

015

037 * Kristalova, Klara

057

* Campana, Fernando and Humberto 016 Flexner, Roland

038 Larner, Liz

058

Colen, Dan

017 * Flood, Mark

039 Lawrence, Annette

059

Collins, Andy

018

Fowler, Brendan

040 Le Corbusier

124

Cooke, Nigel

019 * Frydenborg, Erik

041 Ligon, Glenn

060

Cooper, Justin

020 Gasca, Jon & Sarah Morris 122 Lou, Liza

Cormand, Marti

021 Gerrard, John

Cragg, Tony

022

Faldbakken, Matias 035 Kerlin, Alisha Flechtner, Thomas

055

061

042 MacMahon, Catherine 062

Gorlizki, Alexander 043 Maier-Aichen, Florian 063


Pomara, John

083 Struth, Thomas

103

Markus, Liz

065 * Porter, Liliana

084 * Takamatsu, Jiro

104

Martin, Cameron

066

Prager, Alex

085 * Thompson, Cheyney 105

Mauss, Nick

067

Prekop, Zak

086

Titus, Anthony

106

Mayerson, Keith

068 Pruitt, Rob

087

Trouvé, Tatiana

107

Mayton, Charles

069 * Quinlan, Eileen

088 Twitchell, Lane

108

McClure, Stefana

070

089 Værslev, Fredrik

109

Mishima, Ritsue

071 * Ramírez Jonas, Paul 090 * Vance, Lesley

Mapplethorpe, Robert 064

Quinn, Ged

Modonutti, Giovanna (Giofra) 125 Rappaport, Noam

110

091 Walker, Kara

111

092 Washburn, Phoebe

112

* Moffett, Donald

072 Rosch, Brion Nuda

* Moore, Frank

073

* Moyer, Sam

074 Rothschild, Eva

094 Wekua, Andro

Mull, Carter

075 Rowe, Heather

095 * Wentworth, Richard 114

Murata, Yuko

076 Saarinen, Eero

128 * Wilke, Hannah

115

* Nomura, Hitoshi

077 Sandner, Stefan

096

Willaford, Jason

116

* O'Brien, William J.

078

Seligson, Judith

097

Willenbring, Jesse

117

Owens, Rachel

079

Sharp, Brian

098 * Williams, Michael

118

* Paglen, Trevor

080 Shechet, Arlene

099 Wrenn, Sean

119

126 Shinn, Jay

100 Wurm, Ervin

120

* Pearson, Anthony

081 Solomon, Ken

101 Zinser, Billy

121

Platner, Warren

127

* Plensa, Jaume

082 Starck, Philippe

Panton, Verner

Rosenberg, Andrea 093 Wegner, Hans J.

Soulou, Christiana

102 129

*

130 113


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