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TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research and the Dallas Museum of Art 2012


TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art is an annual black-tie gala and contemporary art auction held at the Richard Meier-designed Rachofsky House in Dallas, Texas. Thanks to the phenomenal support of the participating artists, dealers, sponsors and patrons, TWO x TWO has raised over $35 million in its thirteen-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 120 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.twoxtwo.org

amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, 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 its founding in 1985, amfAR has invested more than $340 million in its programs and has awarded grants to more than 2,000 research teams worldwide. These investments have led to major advances in HIV treatment and prevention. For example, amfAR-funded studies contributed to the development of four of the six main drug classes that are helping people with HIV/ AIDS live longer, healthier lives. Today, the Foundation’s research investments are focused squarely on the search for a cure for HIV/AIDS. www.amfAR.org

Established in 1903, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) ranks among the leading art institutions in the country and is distinguished by its innovative exhibitions and groundbreaking educational programs. At the heart of the Museum and its programs is its global collection, which encompasses more than 24,000 works and spans 5,000 years of history, representing a full range of world cultures. Located in the vibrant Arts District of downtown Dallas, the Museum welcomes more than half a million visitors annually and acts as a catalyst for community creativity, engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with a diverse spectrum of programming, from exhibitions and lectures to concerts, literary events, and dramatic and dance presentations. The DMA directs all proceeds from TWO x TWO to the Contemporary Art Acquisition Fund and exhibitions. www.DallasMuseumofArt.org


presenting sponsor Neiman Marcus event hosts Cindy and Howard Rachofsky featured artist Richard Phillips gala chair Amy Phelan amfAR chairman of the board Kenneth Cole the eugene mcdermott director, dallas museum of art Maxwell L. Anderson honorary chair John Benjamin Hickey two x two director Melissa Meeks for the 14th 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 20, 2012 The Rachofsky House, 8605 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas platinum sponsors Audi of America • Cartier • Sotheby’s silent auction 6:30 p.m. presented by Kiehl’s Since 1851 seated dinner 8:00 p.m. presented by US Risk with performance by Alan Cumming 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 TICKETS Nancy and Richard Rogers GRAND BENEFACTOR TABLE Deedie and Rusty Rose TWO x TWO for 2 Maria and Kenneth Cole • Jennifer and John Eagle • Ann and Lee Hobson • Catherine and Will Rose BENEFACTOR TABLES AT&T, Inc. • Christopher M. Bass • Nancy and Clint Carlson • Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman / Amy and John Phelan Debbie and Eric Green • Marguerite Steed Hoffman • Human Rights Campaign • Gene and Jerry Jones Family Shelia McAdams / Jan and Jim Showers • Gabriela Milmo and Wylie W. McAnallen • Janelle and Alden Pinnell Cindy and Howard Rachofsky • Gayle and Paul Stoffel • Christen and Derek Wilson PATRON TABLES Danya and Mike Anderson • Carrie and Steven Becker Gay & Lesbian Fund for Dallas • Georgina Hartland • The Goss-Michael Foundation / Liz and Scott Kimple Julie and Ed Hawes • Turning Point Foundation GRAND BENEFACTOR TICKETS Laree Hulshoff and Ben Fischer • Susan and Bill Montgomery • Once Upon A Time Foundation • Ann and Ron Pizzuti Kelli and Allen Questrom • Katherine and Eric Reeves • Sharon and Michael Young BENEFACTOR TICKETS David Aldea and Paul Yaworsky • Diana and Frank Aldridge • Christie’s • Lindsey and Patrick Collins • Amy and Vernon Faulconer Cynthia Friedman • Susan and Bob Kaminski • Jennifer and Tom Karol • Mary Ann and Allen Lassiter • Robert M. Levy and Michael Clifford Catherine and Douglas MacMahon • Richard H. Metzner and Mark J. Sapitsky • Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger Lysa and Greg Rohan • Raymond F. Schinazi • Cindy and Armond Schwartz • Anda Smith and Marc Elardo Jo and Andre Staffelbach • Harold H. Stream, III • Wendy and Jeremy Strick • Spencer Young PATRON TICKETS Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe • Anonymous • Virgil Barber and Aaron Osborn • Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Betsy and Jeff Bunch • Leland Burk and Thomas Feulmer • D’Amelio Gallery • Barbara and Don Daseke Pam and Mark Denesuk • Mark Dorfman • Maria and Amir Ecker • Cindy Ferris • Joanne and Mark Giambrone Paul Hale and Oscar Gomez • Fanchon and Howard Hallam • Kim and Tony L. Horton • Patty and James Huffines • Sheldon Inwentash Janet and Terry Kafka • Dr. Naznin Khimji and Mr. Mahmood Khimji • Jenny and John Kirtland • Sarah Hasted and Joseph Kraeutler Terry and Jeff Kurz • Steve Ladik • Carol and John Levy • Francis Luttmer and Jose Gomez • Sheryl and Eric Maas Marlborough Gallery • Brant McFarlain and Justin Moon • David E. Morales and Gabriel Suarez • Camile Obering Musser Jay Oppenheimer and Dolph Haas • Lucilo Peña and Lee Cobb • Bonnie L. Pitman • Karen and Richard Pollock Thomas Pullano and Brad Waites • Stacey and John Relton • Carol and F.A. Riddick, III • Lisa and John Runyon Carrie Secrist Gallery • Gable and Ed Shaikh • Jay Shinn and Tim Hurst • Robyn and Michael Siegel Ann Simmons and Cara Moore • Margaret and Glenn Solomon • Sotheby’s • Blake and Tom Stephenson Marlene and John Sughrue • Emily and Steve Summers • Greg Swallwell and Terry Connor • Dan Tanzilli • Leigh and Jason Taylor Timothy Thomas and Martin Sigler • Gary Tigges and Cyrus Hadjesmaili • Merry and Chad Vose DONATIONS Naomi Aberly and Larry Lebowitz • Cadwallader Design The Robert and Nancy Dedman Foundation Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas • The Eugene McDermott Foundation Horchow Family Fund of The Dallas Foundation • J. F. Maddox Foundation • Victoria Newhouse • Range Rover


presenting sponsor Neiman Marcus platinum sponsors Audi of America • Cartier • Sotheby’s gold sponsors AT&T, Inc. • Flexjet • Waldman Bros. / Chubb Personal Insurance Moët Hennessy USA • todd. event design. creative services valet sponsor Aston Martin of Dallas luxury cocktails and champagne provided by Moët Hennessy USA tent design Todd Fiscus for todd. event design. creative services art sponsor Waldman Bros. / Chubb Personal Insurance art chairmen Lindsey and Patrick Collins live auction sponsor AT&T, Inc. auctioneer Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s, North and South America gala dinner sponsor US Risk silent auction sponsor Kiehl’s Since 1851 luxury auction sponsor PlainsCapital Bank luxury auction donors Flexjet • Nancy Gonzalez • Hillstone / R + D Kitchen Karl Lagerfeld / Four Seasons Hotel George V • Kohler • Spook Stream design auction sponsor Design Within Reach catalogue sponsor Sotheby’s graphic design and printing sponsor Texas Graphic Resource Inc. technology sponsor GDT first look presenting sponsor Karl Lagerfeld by Fossil first look chair Jacqueline Anderson first look bites Lombardi Family Concepts first look music by The Misshapes sunday brunch hosts Amy and Vernon Faulconer, Cindy and Howard Rachofsky, Gagosian Gallery celebrity travel sponsor Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel media sponsor FD LUXE silver sponsors Unified Fine Art Services • US Art in-kind sponsors 24 FPS • American Airlines • Audi of America • The Buzzell Company • Calligraphic Arts, Inc. Cassandra Fine Catering • The Cultured Cup • Displays Unlimited Inc. • Ducky-Bob’s Event Specialists • Empire Baking Co. The GEM • Hadleigh’s • Mike Sandone Productions • Paddle8 • Park Cities Hilton • PRO/SOUND Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek • Runyon Fine Arts • Safe Art SAT, Inc. • San Pellegrino / Acqua Panna • Skyframe, Inc. Stageworks • Strong Travel Services • Suite 206 • Switch Lighting • Tart Bakery • Whitewall Magazine


Dear Friends: Here is your chance to . I have invited two friends to share in the fun of highlighting several works in the 2012 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 twoxtwo.org. opens on Monday, October 15, 2012 at 12:00 noon 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 19, 2012. 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 19, 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 21, 2012. Good luck! Howard Rachofsky


HOWARD'S HIDDEN GEMS VALENTIN CARRON

ROBIN RHODE

TERESITA FERNÁNDEZ

SUSIE ROSMARIN

MATT JOHNSON

EVA ROTHSCHILD

SHIRIN NESHAT

STERLING RUBY

LILIANA PORTER

HIROSHI SUGIMOTO

JEFFREY'S CURATOR'S CHOICE KARLA BLACK

CAITLIN LONEGAN

BRIAN BRESS

JOSHUA NEUSTEIN

JEDEDIAH CAESAR

SCOTT OLSON

THILO HEINZMANN

JACKIE SACCOCCIO

MATT KEEGAN

RICKY SWALLOW

ALLAN'S UNDER THE RADAR ALEXANDRE DA CUNHA

NORIO IMAI

MELVIN EDWARDS

TAKESADA MATSUTANI

ROLAND FLEXNER

HÉLIO OITICICA

MAUREEN GALLACE

SIGMAR POLKE

NORIYUKI HARAGUCHI

DANH VO


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.

Signature ________________________________________________________ Date _____________________ BIDDER INFORMATION Bidder Name (print) _________________________________________________________________________ Billing Address _____________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________ State __________________________ Zip ______________________ Daytime Phone _______________________________ Evening Phone ________________________________ Fax Number _________________________________ E-Mail _______________________________________ TWO x TWO FOR AIDS AND ART WELCOMES YOUR PAYMENT METHODS: Personal check (payable to amfAR/DMA) Money Order

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_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ opens Monday, October 15, 2012, at 12:00 noon 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 19, 2012. Forms can be found online at www.twoxtwo.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 21, 2012. The purchaser is responsible for removing works from The Rachofsky House no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 23, after which storage fees apply. If needed, shipping arrangements must be made by Wednesday, October 24. Please contact Trish Ireland at (513) 476-8455 or trish@rachofskyhouse.org with any questions.


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


TWO x TWO graciously thanks Lindsey and Patrick Collins, the 2012 Art Chairmen, for their assistance in securing some of the extraordinary works of art in this year’s auction. With resourceful and thoughtful ideas, their guidance and creativity during the development of the 2012 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.

“TWO x TWO is among the art world’s most eagerly anticipated events, and with good reason. Its convergence of creativity, generosity, and excitement has few rivals around the globe, and the DMA is profoundly grateful to everyone associated with it for advancing our mission so dramatically.” – Maxwell L. Anderson, The Eugene McDermott Director, Dallas Museum of Art


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


Richard Phillips TWO x TWO 2012 Honoree TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art takes great pleasure and pride in honoring Richard Phillips for his continued generosity and his commitment to the fight against AIDS.

Š Richard Phillips Studio


Born in Massachusetts in 1962, Richard Phillips lives and works in New York. He is known for his strikingly distinctive paintings. Drawn from found imagery, his work deals with the marketability of man, his wishes, ideas, actions, identity, sexuality, politics, and desires. He translates these images into both drawings and paintings executed through a traditional process. In doing so, he makes use of the iconic quality of pictures, which the media and Art use daily – each according to its own agenda. His recent exhibition, Most Wanted at White Cube in London, for example, featured ten larger than life celebrity portraits set against red carpet step-and-repeat backdrops. Perhaps more so than any other contemporary painter of his kind, Phillips’ imagery has achieved a level of pop recognition outside of the art world with fashion, media and film collaborations. He has contributed to the television show Gossip Girl, MAC Cosmetics, The Art Production Fund, and Visionaire. He recently appeared as a guest judge on Bravo’s new TV series Work of Art: The Next Great Artist. Phillips has exhibited his work in many individual and group exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe, including important survey exhibitions and catalogues at Le Consortium, Dijon in 2004; Kunsteverin in Hamburg in 2002, and Kunsthalle Zurich in Zurich in 2000. His current exibition of paintings and film is on view at Gagosian Gallery in New York. He is represented in public and private collections such as the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY; the Denver Museum, CO; the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami; UBS Paine Webber Art Collection, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Tate Modern, London; Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Recently Phillips has begun to explore filmmaking and photography as a means of moving beyond found imagery in his paintings. His images have appeared in Elle magazine and Lotus magazine, and will be featured in upcoming issues of Vogue China and Visionaire. He completed his first film entitled Lindsay Lohan in 2011. Phillips considers the film a “motion portrait” of the actress that “at once reveals an emotional awareness of her recent past and, in the most positive terms, expressed the limitless creative potential of her art joined with her unparalleled beauty.” The film premiered at the 2011 Venice Biennale in tandem with his second film, Sasha Grey. His third film will premiere at Art Basel’s Art Unlimited exhibition in Basel, Switzerland, this June. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2012, distinguished artist Richard Phillips 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 21, 2012, hosted by Amy and Vernon Faulconer, Cindy and Howard Rachofsky and Gagosian Gallery, to whom we offer sincere appreciation. TWO x TWO is honored to have Richard Phillips as the featured artist of our fourteenth year of this endeavor. On behalf of amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art, we extend special thanks to him and Gagosian Gallery for their extraordinary support of this event.


Michele Abeles 001

#4+LEGS, 2012

[archival inkjet print: 20 x 14 1/2 inches] edition 2 of 15 courtesy of the artist and 47 canal, new york estimated retail value: $2,100 gallery website: www.47canalstreet.com


Rita Ackermann 002

FIRE BY DAYS XXIII, 2012

[rabbit skin glue, oil, pigment, spray paint, crayon, and modeling paste on canvas: 53 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and franklin parrasch gallery, new york estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: www.franklinparrasch.com


Kathryn Andrews 003

GIFT, 2012

[stainless steel, ink, and metallized nylon: 18 x 8 x 2 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and david kordansky gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,500 gallery website: www.davidkordanskygallery.com


Hope Atherton 004

UNTITLED, 2012

[glazed ceramic: 6 1/2 x 16 x 16 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $4,000


Phyllida Barlow 005

UNTITLED: ENCLOSURESTOCKADE; 1, 2012 [acrylic on watercolor paper: 22 1/8 x 30 inches]

courtesy of the artist and hauser & wirth, zurich, london, and new york estimated retail value: $12,500 gallery website: www.hauserwirth.com


Michael Bauer 006

MAARG VS BOB (M,D), 2010

[oil on canvas: 23 5/8 x 19 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and lisa cooley, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.lisa-cooley.com


Robert Bechtle 007

4 CHEVIES, ’61 IMPALA, ’63 BEL AIR, ’64 IMPALA, and ’71 CAPRICE, 1973 [4 lithograph prints: each 8 1/2 x 11 inches] edition 11 of 60 courtesy of john berggruen gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $11,200 gallery website: www.berggruen.com


Bianca Beck 008

UNTITLED, 2011

[oil on canvas: 16 x 12 inches] courtesy of the artist and rachel uffner gallery, new york estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: www.racheluffnergallery.com


Nina Beier 009

FATIGUES, 2012

[furniture fabric, oak frame, dye, ink, stain, pigment, and bleach: 31 1/2 x 23 5/8 x 1 3/8 inches] edition unique courtesy of the artist and standard (oslo), oslo estimated retail value: $8,800 gallery website: www.standardoslo.no


Dozier Bell 010

CLIFF, 2011

[charcoal on mylar: 3 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $2,500 gallery website: www.danese.com


William Betts 011

MANHATTAN BEACH, 2011

[acrylic on canvas: 42 x 72 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and holly johnson gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $16,000 websites: www.hollyjohnsongallery.com, www.williambetts.com


Karla Black 012

DO EXACTLY THAT, 2012

[cellophane, paint, and sellotape: 47 1/4 x 35 1/2 x 23 5/8] courtesy of the artist and galerie gisela capitain, cologne estimated retail value: $23,800 gallery website: www.galeriecapitain.de


Paul Booker 013

BLUE RECTANGLES: TWO ISLANDS, 2004 [ink, mylar, and steel pins: 42 x 26 x 10 inches] edition unique courtesy of kelli and allen questrom estimated retail value: $2,800 gallery website: www.crisworley.com


MichaĂŤl Borremans 014

THE EGG, 2012

[oil on canvas: 14 1/8 x 11 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist, david zwirner, new york; and zeno x gallery, antwerp estimated retail value: $120,000 gallery websites: www.davidzwirner.com, www.zeno-x.com


Brian Bress 015

THE MUSHROOM, 2012

[high definition single-channel video (color), high definition monitor and player, wall mount, and frame: 38 3/8 x 23 1/8 x 4 inches] edition of 1 + 1 artist proof courtesy of the artist and cherry and martin, los angeles estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.cherryandmartin.com


Jedediah Caesar 016

X, 2011

[urethane, pigment, and collected materials: 28 x 19 3/4 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and d'amelio gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.dameliogallery.com


Suzanne Caporael 017

614 (CORPUS CRISTI, TEXAS), 2010 [oil on linen: 48 x 36 inches]

courtesy of ameringer | mcenery | yohe, new york estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: www.amy-nyc.com


Valentin Carron 018

JACKY, 2010

[dichroic glass: 12 5/8 x 10 1/4 x 4 1/4 inches] edition 4 of 6 + 1 artist proof courtesy of the artist, galerie eva presenhuber, zurich; and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,500 gallery websites: www.presenhuber.com, www.303gallery.com


Nathan Carter 019

THE TWIN SINISTER SISTERS HIGH FIRE BLAST FURNACE ALRIGHT ALABAMA, 2012 [acrylic on paper: 44 x 72 inches] courtesy of the artist and casey kaplan gallery, new york estimated retail value: $14,800 gallery website: www.caseykaplangallery.com


Theresa Chong 020

AT 5, 2005

[pencil and gouache on rice paper: 19 x 20 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $4,200 gallery website: www.danese.com


Marti Cormand 021

GREEN STRIP (69.5 INCHES), 2011 [oil on paper: 69 1/2 x 2 inches]

courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $4,800 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Zoe Crosher 022

MAE WESTED NO.4 (CRUMPLED) FROM THE SERIES 21 WAYS TO MAE WESTED, 2012 [digital c-print mounted on dibond: 36 x 36 inches] edition 3 of 6 + 2 artist proofs image © zoe crosher courtesy of the artist and perry rubenstein gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.perryrubenstein.com


Alexandre da Cunha 023

1345041010, 2010

[concrete, sand, and glass bottle: 17 3/8 x 9 x 9 inches] courtesy of the artist and crg gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.crggallery.com


Andrew Dadson 024

WHITE RE-STRETCHED, 2012 [oil on linen: 21 x 17 inches]

courtesy of the artist and galleria franco noero, vancouver estimated retail value: $12,500 gallery website: www.franconoero.com


Thomas Demand 025

JUNIOR SUITE, 2012

[c-print and diasec: 55 1/8 x 45 1/4 inches] edition 4 of 6 courtesy of the artist, sprĂźth magers, berlin and london; and matthew marks gallery, new york and los angeles estimated retail value: $100,000 gallery websites: www.matthewmarks.com, www.spruethmagers.com


Marc Dennis 026

ABOVE IN THE BRIGHT, 2011

[oil on canvas: 48 x 48 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and hasted kraeutler gallery, new york estimated retail value: $26,000 websites: www.marcdennis.com, www.hastedkraeutler.com


Melvin Edwards 027

TEXAS AUGUST, 2006

[welded steel: 9 x 8 x 5 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and alexander gray associates, new york estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: www.alexandergray.com


Slawomir Elsner 028

PANORAMA (POLSKI FIAT) (22), 2006 [oil on canvas: 17 3/4 x 25 5/8 inches]

courtesy of richard gray gallery, new york and chicago estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.richardgraygallery.com


Brock Enright 029

VARIATIONS ON 3, 2012

[mirror, aluminum, fluorescent lighting: 30 x 30 x 2 1/2 inches] edition unique (image shown is an existing work: autumn 8, 2011)

courtesy of the artist and kate werble gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery website: katewerblegallery.com


Dario Escobar 030

OBVERSE & REVERSE, 2010

[latex, leather, and string: 8 5/8 inch diameter] 4th artist proof courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Emily Eveleth 031

FISSURE, 2007

[graphite and oil on mylar: 12 1/2 x 14 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $2,700 gallery website: www.danese.com


Teresita Fernรกndez 032

NOCTURNAL (NEON STARFIELD), 2011

[solid graphite on wood panel: 12 x 24 x 2 inches] courtesy of celeste and anthony meier estimated retail value: $40,000 gallery website: www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Berta Fischer 033

TIOK, 2011

[polypropylene: 23 x 21 x 25 1/2 inches] courtesy of james fuentes gallery llc, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.jamesfuentes.com


Roland Flexner 034

UNTITLED, 2012

[liquid graphite on paper: 9 x 12 inches] courtesy of the artist and d'amelio gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,200 gallery website: www.dameliogallery.com


Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe 035

SAN SAN INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVE #26, 2010 [four color screen-print on perspex mirror: 46 x 32 inches] edition unique courtesy of the artist and marlborough chelsea, new york estimated retail value: $9,500 gallery website: www.marlboroughchelsea.com


Tom Friedman 036

UNTITLED (DOLLAR PRINT, BACK), 2011

[silkscreen print: 25 1/4 x 56 1/4 inches] edition 17 of 100 courtesy of the artist, luhring augustine, new york; and stephen friedman gallery, london

estimated retail value: $6,500 gallery websites: www.luhringaugustine.com, www.stephenfriedman.com


Alistair Frost 037

PREVIOUSLY ON..., 2011

[watercolor on canvas: 59 x 47 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and zach feuer gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery website: www.zachfeuer.com


Maureen Gallace 038

SURF DRIVE, AUGUST, 2011

[oil on panel: 11 x 14 inches]

courtesy of the artist and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: www.303gallery.com


Sid Garrison 039

FEBRUARY 23, 2010, 2010

[colored pencil on strathmore 3-ply bristol: 28 x 28 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $6,200 gallery website: www.danese.com


Liam Gillick 040

DEPENDENT WALL UNIT (IVORY), 2012

[powder coated aluminum: 6 x 39 3/8 x 6 inches] courtesy of the artist and casey kaplan gallery, new york estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery website: www.caseykaplangallery.com


April Gornik 041

FOREST LIGHT, 2009

[charcoal on paper: 24 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery website: www.danese.com


Iva Gueorguieva 042

SUN JUGGLER, 2012

[acrylic collage and oil stick on canvas: 40 x 55 inches] courtesy of ameringer | mcenery | yohe, new york estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: www.amy-nyc.com


Lia Halloran 043

CRYSTALLINE FORMS, 2010

[ink on drafting film: 24 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and dckt contemporary inc., new york estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


Tamar Halpern 044

UNTITLED, 2012

[ultrachrome ink on paper: 70 x 51 inches] courtesy of the artist and d'amelio gallery, new york estimated retail value: $16,000 gallery website: www.dameliogallery.com


Noriyuki Haraguchi 045

UNTITLED, 2011

[acrylic and pencil on japanese paper: 30 x 22 inches] courtesy of midori nishizawa, olivier renaud-clement, and hauser & wirth, zurich, london, and new york estimated retail value: $7,200 gallery website: www.hauserwirth.com


Erik Madigan Heck 046

KASIA IN MIRROR, 2012

[digital c-print: 40 x 50 inches] edition 1 of 3 courtesy of the artist and neiman marcus estimated retail value: $5,000 websites: www.maisondesprit.com, www.neimanmarcus.com


Erik Madigan Heck 047

IRIS IN RED, 2012

[digital c-print: 50 x 40 inches] edition 1 of 3 courtesy of the artist and neiman marcus estimated retail value: $5,000 websites: www.maisondesprit.com, www.neimanmarcus.com


Thilo Heinzmann 048

O.T., 2011

[oil and pigment on canvas behind plexiglass cover: 54 1/4 x 58 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and bortolami gallery, new york estimated retail value: $27,800 gallery website: www.bortolamigallery.com


Drew Heitzler 049

WINE, WATCHES, COMIC BOOKS 24, 2012

[nine parts; ink-jet on watercolor print: 16 1/8 x 12 1/8 inches] edition 1 of 3 + 2 artist proofs courtesy of the artist and blum & poe, los angeles estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.blumandpoe.com


Tony Horton 050

GLIMMER #2, 2012

[oil on canvas: 72 x 72 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $50,000


Elliott Hundley 051

ROSE, 2012

[extruded polystyrene, paper, pins, string, plastic, and photographs: 48 x 48 x 9 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist, andrea rosen gallery, new york; and regen projects, los angeles estimated retail value: $50,000 gallery websites: www.andrearosengallery.com, www.regenprojects.com


Norio Imai 052

WORK S-2, 1966 -1970

[acrylic, cloth, and plastic mold: 11 x 9 1/2 x 3 1/8 inches] courtesy of midori nishizawa, olivier renaud-clement, and hauser & wirth, zurich, london, and new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.hauserwirth.com


Matt Johnson 053

BATHER, 2010

[hydrocal and acrylic paint: 10 1/4 x 9 x 8 inches] edition of 3, 1 of 2 artist proofs courtesy of alison jacques gallery, london; blum & poe, los angeles; and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery websites: www.alisonjacquesgallery.com, www.blumandpoe.com, www.303gallery.com


Sanya Kantarovsky 054

UNTITLED, 2012

[ink, bleach, and gesso on linen: 16 x 12 x 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and marc foxx, los angeles estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.marcfoxx.com


Matt Keegan 055

SINE QUA NON, 2011

[letterpress print with hand-cut paper: 24 1/4 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist and altman siegel gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $4,900 gallery website: www.altmansiegel.com


Tim Knowles 056

MK3 POSTAL PROJECT, LONDON – DALLAS, 2012

[plastic, pen, and ink on paper: 12 3/8 x 12 3/8 x 3 1/8 inches]

courtesy of bitforms gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,500 websites: www.bitforms.com, www.timknowles.com


Kolkoz 057

COMME D'HABITUDE, 2012

[wood and paint: 59 x 59 x 4 inches] courtesy of the artist and galerie perrotin, paris and hong kong estimated retail value: $21,200 gallery website: www.perrotin.com


Julia Kunin 058

NECTAR, 2010

[ceramic: 9 x 14 x 11 inches] courtesy of the artist and greenberg van doren gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery website: www.gvdgallery.com


Joel Kyack 059

LET'S SIT ON THE PORCH, IT'S NICE OUT, 2011 [wood, plastic, cooler, pump, hose, glass bottle, plastic chair, and balloon: 44 x 36 x 42 inches] courtesy of the artist and franรงois ghebaly gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.ghebaly.com


Jim Lambie 060

METAL BOX (GREEN ONIONS), 2011

[aluminum, wood, and full gloss paint: 49 1/4 x 49 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches] edition unique courtesy of the artist and anton kern gallery, new york estimated retail value: $65,000 gallery website: www.antonkerngallery.com


Lance Letscher 061

FADE #1, 2002

[collage on paper: 19 x 15 inches] edition unique courtesy of kelli and allen questrom estimated retail value: $2,500 gallery website: www.conduitgallery.com


Lance Letscher 062

HUMMINGBIRD, 2002

[collage and drawing on masonite: 16 x 12 inches] edition unique courtesy of kelli and allen questrom estimated retail value: $2,500 gallery website: www.conduitgallery.com


Anne Lindberg 063

MOTION DRAWING 11 (GREEN), 2010

[graphite and colored pencil on cotton board: 28 x 34 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and carrie secrist gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.secristgallery.com


Linder 064

FIGURE FOR LANDSCAPE, 2012

[collage (framed): 11 1/8 x 8 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, stuart shave modern art, london; and blum & poe, los angeles estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery websites: www.modernart.net, www.blumandpoe.com


Markus Linnenbrink 065

HEARTANDSOUL, 2011

[epoxy resin on wood: 12 x 14 inches] courtesy of ameringer | mcenery | yohe, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.amy-nyc.com


Caitlin Lonegan 066

UNTITLED, 2012

[oil on canvas with spray paint: 48 x 42 inches] courtesy of the artist and acme, los angeles estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery website: www.acmelosangeles.com


Eva Lundsager 067

POPPLE, 2011

[oil on linen: 14 x 11 inches] courtesy of the artist and greenberg van doren gallery, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.gvdgallery.com


Jill Magid 068

FAUST FOXED: 14 FAUST: A TRAGEDY, 2012 [china ink on paper: 11 x 13 1/8 inches]

courtesy of the artist and yvon lambert, paris estimated retail value: $4,700 websites: www.yvon-lambert.com, www.jillmagid.net


Mark Manders 069

UNFIRED CLAY HEAD, 2012

[wood and painted epoxy: 19 3/8 x 10 1/4 x 13 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, zeno x gallery, antwerp; and tanya bonakdar gallery, new york estimated retail value: $90,000 gallery websites: www.zeno-x.com, www.tanyabonakdargallery.com


Robert Mapplethorpe 070

BRICE MARDEN, 1986

[silver gelatin print: 24 x 20 inches] edition 1 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: $8,500 websites: www.mapplethorpe.org, www.skny.com


Liz Markus 071

THE TEARS AND THE SADNESS, 2012

[acrylic on unprimed canvas: 48 x 60 x 2 inches] courtesy of ziehersmith, new york estimated retail value: $8,500 gallery website: www.ziehersmith.com


Jason Martin 072

XOSA, 2012

[copper: 18 x 13 x 4 inches] courtesy of the artist and lisson gallery, london; Š jason martin estimated retail value: $63,500 gallery website: www.lissongallery.com


Didier Massard 073

APRIL GARDEN, 2009

[chromogenic print: 37 x 47 x 1 3/4 inches] edition 6 of 10 courtesy of the artist and julie saul gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,600 gallery website: www.saulgallery.com


Takesada Matsutani 074

ASPECT, 2011

[polyvinyl, acetate adhesive, and pencil on canvas: 8 1/4 x 6 inches] courtesy of midori nishizawa, olivier renaud-clement, and hauser & wirth, zurich, london, and new york estimated retail value: $2,500 gallery website: www.hauserwirth.com


Adam McEwen 075

UNTITLED, 2012

[graphite mounted on aluminum panel: 28 inches diameter; 1 1/8 inches deep] courtesy of the artist and galerie art concept, paris estimated retail value: $45,000 gallery website: www.galerieartconcept.com


Robert Melee 076

ONE WAY NIGHT LIFE SUBSTITUTION, 2005

[beer bottle caps, plaster, and enamel on wood: 38 x 22 inches] courtesy of midori nishizawa, olivier renaud-clement, and hauser & wirth, zurich, london, and new york

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


Jason Middlebrook 077

NEW DISTURBED SITE #1, 2010

[acrylic and ink on paper: 11 1/2 x 15 inches] courtesy of the artist and monique meloche gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $3,800 gallery website: www.moniquemeloche.com


Marilyn Minter 078

BALL SPITTER, 2012

[c-print: 24 x 20 inches] edition 5 of 20 courtesy of the artist and regen projects, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,500 gallery website: www.regenprojects.com


Oscar Murillo 079

LIPSTICK, 2012

[spray paint, oil stick, oil, and dirt on canvas: 94 1/2 x 94 1/2] courtesy of the artist and stuart shave modern art, london estimated retail value: $23,700 gallery website: www.modernart.net


Shirin Neshat 080

SARA KHAKI, 2012

[ink on le silver gelatin print: 60 x 45 inches] edition 1 of 5 + 2 artist proofs courtesy of gladstone gallery, new york and brussels estimated retail value: $65,000 gallery website: www.gladstonegallery.com


Ernesto Neto 081

UNTITLED (PROVISORY), 2012

[mulitcolor crochet of polypropylene and polyester rope and river stones: 4 x 14 1/2 x 15 3/4 inches] edition of 3 courtesy of the artist and tanya bonakdar gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,500 gallery website: www.tanyabonakdargallery.com


Joshua Neustein 082

CARBON TIP 392, 2011

[carbon paper: 10 3/4 x 12]

courtesy of the artist and untitled, new york estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.nyuntitled.com


HĂŠlio Oiticica 083

COSMOCOCA 5: HENDRIX - WAR CC5-02, 1973/2003

[c-print mounted on aluminum: 29 3/4 x 44 3/4 inches] edition 4 of 12 + 3 artist proofs courtesy of galerie lelong, new york estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.galerielelong.com


Jacco Olivier 084

BIRD, 2011

[animation on blu-ray: 17 3/4 x 31 1/2 inches is preferred viewing size] site specific: monitor suspended from tree, duration time: 1 min 15 sec edition 1 of 5 + 1 artist proof courtesy of the artist and marianne boesky gallery, new york

estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.marianneboeskygallery.com


Scott Olson 085

UNTITLED, 2012

[oil, silverpoint, and marble dust ground on panel: 22 3/4 x 19 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and overduin and kite, los angeles estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery website: www.overduinandkite.com


Tom Orr 086

NOH, 2012

[inkjet print: 10 1/2 x 16 inches] courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $1,400 gallery website: www.barrywhistlergallery.com


Giuseppe Penone 087

OMBRA DI TERRA, 2004

[pigments and adhesive tape on paper: 18 7/8 x 13 inches] courtesy of the artist and haunch of venison, new york estimated retail value: $22,700 gallery website: www.haunchofvenison.com


John-Paul PhilippĂŠ 088

FM 1, 2010

[emulsified gouache on linen mounted on panel: 10 x 8 inches] courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $1,400 gallery website: www.barrywhistlergallery.com


Richard Phillips 089

LINDSAY V, 2012

[oil on canvas: 94 1/2 x 78 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and gagosian gallery, new york estimated retail value: $285,000 gallery website: www.gagosian.com


Philomene Pirecki 090

GREY PAINTING: TEXT VERSION 35, 2011

[oil on canvas: 23 4/5 x 19 4/5 inches]

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


Sigmar Polke 091

BLUE PERIOD, c. 1982–1984

[ink and gold leaf on paper: 11 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches] courtesy of michael werner gallery, new york, london, and berlin estimated retail value: $24,000 gallery website: www.michaelwerner.com


John Pomara 092

OFF_KEY03, 2012

[oil enamel on aluminum: 30 x 22 inches] courtesy of the artist, barry whistler gallery, dallas; and horton gallery, new york estimated retail value: $3,200 gallery websites: www.barrywhistlergallery.com, www.hortongallery.com


Liliana Porter 093

MAN WITH PICKAXE (PINK SHIRT), 2011

[metal figurine on wood panel: 8 x 6 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and carrie secrist gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.secristgallery.com


Michael Reafsnyder 094

SPRING FLING, 2011

[acrylic on canvas: 24 x 30 inches] courtesy of ameringer | mcenery | yohe, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.amy-nyc.com


Dan Rees 095

ARTEX PAINTING, 2012

[oil on canvas: 60 x 48 inches] courtesy of jonathan viner gallery, london estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: www.jonathanvinergallery.com


Alex Remington 096

CHAINSAW, 2011

[archival giclee pigment print: 50 x 40 inches] edition 1 of 12 courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $3,200 artist website: www.alexremington.com


Alex Remington 097

MOW, 2011

[archival giclee pigment print: 38 x 58 inches] edition 12 of 12 courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $3,600 gallery website: www.alexremington.com


Robin Rhode 098

EMPTY POCKETS, 2008

[21 digital c-prints: 21 parts, each 16 x 25 inches] edition 2 of 6 courtesy of the artist and lehmann maupin gallery, new york estimated retail value: $78,000 gallery website: www.lehmannmaupin.com


Ry Rocklen 099

VENICE RELIC (WOODEN FLOWER PICTURE), 2012 [found wooden picture, copper, and nickel plating: 19 1/4 x 15 1/4 inches] courtesy of thomas solomon gallery, los angeles; and tanya bonakdar gallery, new york

estimated retail value: $5,700 gallery websites: www.thomassolomongallery.com, www.tanyabonakdargallery.com


Susie Rosmarin 100

YELLOW RED BLUE, 2008

[acrylic on canvas: 24 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery website: www.danese.com


Eva Rothschild 101

WHY DON'T YOU (TWOXTWO), 2012

[aluminum ring, modrock, jesmonite, fibreglass, paint, and lacquer: 45 1/4 x 45 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist, stuart shave modern art, london; the modern institute, glasgow; galerie eva presenhuber, zurich; and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $28,800 gallery websites: www.modernart.net, www.themoderninstitute.com, www.presenhuber.com, www.303gallery.com


Sterling Ruby 102

EXHM (3839), 2012

[collage and urethane on cardboard: 96 x 49 inches] courtesy of the artist and sprĂźth magers, berlin and london estimated retail value: $65,000 gallery website: www.spruethmagers.com


Cordy Ryman 103

SHARK FIN SOUP, 2009

[acrylic, enamel, glue and screws on wood: 45 x 36 x 8 inches] courtesy of the artist and dckt contemporary inc., new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


Analia Saban 104

ROOM (LOADED), 2012

[laser sculpted paper and ink on paper: 27 1/2 x 20 inches] courtesy of thomas solomon gallery, los angeles; and tanya bonakdar gallery, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery websites: www.thomassolomongallery.com, www.tanyabonakdargallery.com


Jackie Saccoccio 105

PORTRAIT (3-PRONGED), 2012 [oil and mica on linen: 48 x 36 inches]

courtesy of the artist and eleven rivington, new york estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.elevenrivington.com


Tom Sachs 106

UNTITLED, 1994

[copper pennies: 2 1/4 x 10 3/4 x 10 3/4 inches] courtesy of simon doonan estimated retail value: $3,000 artist website: www.tomsachs.org


Sam Salisbury 107

UNTITLED (SELF PORTRAIT), 2008 [graphite on paper: 12 1/2 x 10 inches] courtesy of andrew fabricant estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.marcjancou.com


Florian Schmidt 108

UNTITLED (RIBBON) 02, 2012

[vinyl, acrylic gel, lacquer, cardboard, canvas, and wood: 82 7/8 x 59 x 8 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and zach feuer gallery, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.zachfeuer.com


Dana Schutz 109

BRA REMOVAL, 2012

[oil on canvas: 60 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist and friedrich petzel gallery, new york estimated retail value: $100,000 gallery website: www.petzel.com


Hugh Scott-Douglas 110

UNTITLED, 2012

[cyanotype on linen and walnut frame: 40 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist and jessica silverman gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.silverman-gallery.com


Nobuo Sekine 111

PROJETTO SERIES "PHASE OF NOTHINGNESS", 1971

[ink, color pencil, and graphite on paper: 27 5/8 x 39 1/4 inches] edition 5 of 10 courtesy of the artist and blum & poe, los angeles estimated retail value: $15,400 gallery website: www.blumandpoe.com


Andres Serrano 112

PORTRAIT COMMISSION

[cibachrome print, silicone, acrylic, and wood frame: 50 x 60 or 60 x 50 inches] unique commission from the artist (image shown is an existing work: anna nicole smith, 2004)

courtesy of the artist and edward tyler nahem fine art llc, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 websites: www.edwardtylernahemfineart.com, www.andresserrano.org


Erin Shirreff 113

A.P. (NO. 3), 2012

[archival pigment print: 34 x 46 inches] edition 2 of 4 + 2 artist proofs courtesy of the artist and lisa cooley, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.lisa-cooley.com


David Shrigley 114

CLOSED AND OPEN, 2012

[fluorescent tube, transformer, and cable: 27 1/8 x 41 x 1 1/8 inches] edition of 3 + 1 artist proof courtesy of the artist, stephen friedman gallery, london; and anton kern gallery, new york estimated retail value: $16,000 gallery websites: www.stephenfriedman.com, www.antonkerngallery.com


Jerry Skibell 115

LANDSCAPE, WIND, & WATER, 2010 [mixed media: 26 x 20 x 2 inches]

courtesy of the artist and norwood flynn gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $1,800 gallery website: www.norwoodflynngallery.com


Bret Slater 116

SOLVE / COAGULA, 2012

[acrylic on canvas: 10 x 7 1/4 x 1 3/4 inches] courtesy of marty walker gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: www.martywalkergallery.com


Ken Solomon 117,118,119,120

I'LL PAINT IT BACK TO BLACK: (start top left, clockwise) A HARD DAY'S NIGHT, BACK TO BLACK, POWERING OFF, SHINE A LIGHT, 2012 [watercolor on paper: each 14 x 10 inches] courtesy of the artist and josée bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $2,100 each gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Hiroshi Sugimoto 121

LIGHTNING FIELDS 220, 2009

[gelatin silver print: 23 x 18 1/2 inches] edition 2 of 25 courtesy of the pace gallery, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.thepacegallery.com


Ricky Swallow 122

VENDOR (SEATED), 2012

[patinated bronze: 15 3/4 x 15 3/4 x 9 inches] edition 2 of 3 + 1 artist proof courtesy of the artist and stuart shave modern art, london estimated retail value: $22,000 gallery website: www.modernart.net


Hadi Tabatabai 123

WEAVE #10, 2009

[color pencil on paper: 9 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $900 gallery website: www.danese.com


Lynne Woods Turner 124

UNTITLED (899), 2009

[pencil, colored pencil, and collage on paper: 8 1/8 x 6 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese, new york estimated retail value: $2,000 gallery website: www.danese.com


Lee Ufan 125

FROM LINE, 1980

[graphite on paper: 22 1/4 x 30 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and blum & poe, los angeles estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery website: www.blumandpoe.com


Not Vital 126

MODEL, 2011

[plaster and stainless steel: 133 x 19 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches] courtesy of sperone westwater, new york estimated retail value: $100,000 gallery website: www.speronewestwater.com


Danh Vo 127

TSINGTAO, 2012

[gold leaf on cardboard: 250 grams] courtesy of the artist and galerie chantal crousel, paris estimated retail value: $32,000 gallery website: www.crousel.com


Chuck Webster 128

UNTITLED, 2012

[oil on panel: 40 x 60 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist and ziehersmith, new york estimated retail value: $12,200 gallery website: www.ziehersmith.com


Theo Wujcik 129

PORTRAIT JEFF KOONS, 2004

[acrylic on canvas: 64 x 52 x 3 inches] courtesy of galleri urbane, dallas and marfa estimated retail value: $10,500 gallery website: www.galleriurbane.com


Tsuruko Yamazaki 130

WORK, 2009

[dye, lacquer, and thinner on tin: 18 7/8 x 18 7/8 inches] courtesy of midori nishizawa, olivier renaud-clement, and hauser & wirth, zurich, london, and new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.hauserwirth.com


Liat Yossifor 131

TWO FIGURES, 2012

[oil on linen: 16 x 14 inches] courtesy of ameringer | mcenery | yohe, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.amy-nyc.com


ARTIST BAGS for more details on each auction piece, please visit the online catalogue at www.twoxtwo.org


TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art ARTISTIC COLLABORATION WITH Nancy Gonzalez TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art has always been about collaboration – beginning with the partnership of amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art. This year, a convergence of great minds and passionate spirits – Santiago Barberi Gonzalez, Jim Gold, Amy Phelan, and 10 brilliant and generous artists – have helped create a unique addition to TWO x TWO 2012. The generosity of the Nancy Gonzalez company, the visionary thinking of Jim Gold at Neiman Marcus, the energetic Amy Phelan and the creativity of 10 wonderful artists is evident in these pages. On behalf of the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, we are forever grateful to everyone involved in this exciting project. - Cindy and Howard Rachofsky “I have been collecting art for years, a very personal passion – independent of my work at Nancy Gonzalez. While visiting Dallas last fall, Jim Gold, President of Neiman Marcus, suggested I extend my trip to see the Art Fair and visit some private art collections. He introduced me to the illustrious philanthropists and collectors Howard and Cindy Rachofsky whose generosity is only exceeded by their energy. They quickly recommended a great project of creating 10 unique bags with 10 world-class artists to support two great causes: amfAR, which is very important to me, and the Dallas Museum of Art, a vital institution in a community that has embraced Nancy Gonzalez from the very begining. It has been a magical experience. These artists have been so generous with their time and creativity to make these bags truly fantastic. I was speechless every time I came to the office and a new one had arrived. I feel privileged and honored to have been chosen to be a part of this project.” - Santiago Barberi Gonzalez President of Nancy Gonzalez


Will Cotton 132

WILL COTTON / NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012 [crocodile with suede lining and acrylic polymer: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches]

will cotton used the tools and vocabulary of cake decoration to re-imagine the bag as a frosted confection

courtesy of the artist, nancy gonzalez, and mary boone gallery, new york estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.nancygonzalez.com, www.willcotton.com, www.maryboonegallery.com


Jim Hodges 133

JIM HODGES/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012

[crocodile with suede lining, silver, japanese silver, charcoal, and 24k gold on paper: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches]

jim hodges created a separate artwork apart from the bag, boxed and wrapped inside the bag, packaged so that only the winning bidder will unveil his artwork

courtesy of the artist, nancy gonzalez, gladstone gallery, new york and brussels; stephen friedman gallery, london; and anthony meier fine arts, san francisco estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.nancygonzalez.com, www.gladstonegallery.com, www.stephenfriedman.com, www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Jenny Holzer 134

JENNY HOLZER/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012

[crocodile with nappa leather: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches] interior: “PROTECT ME FROM WHAT I WANT” embossed on white nappa leather at the gonzalez production studio in colombia

courtesy of the artist, nancy gonzalez, and sprüth magers, berlin and london; © 2012 jenny holzer, member artist rights society (ars), ny; text: from survival (1983-85) estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.nancygonzalez.com, www.spruethmagers.com


KAWS 135

KAWS/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012

[crocodile with suede lining and acrylic: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches] acrylic paint on crocodile is meant to wear with time

courtesy of the artist, nancy gonzalez, galerie perrotin, paris; and honor fraser, los angeles estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.nancygonzalez.com, www.perrotin.com, www.honorfraser.com


Dr. Lakra 136

DR. LAKRA/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012 [crocodile with suede lining and ink: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches]

dr. Lakra tattooed the crocodile skin using a hot needle and ink

courtesy of the artist, nancy gonzalez, and kurimanzutto, mexico city estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.nancygonzalez.com, www.kurimanzutto.com


Josephine Meckseper 137

JOSEPHINE MECKSEPER/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012

[crocodile with suede lining, fur tails and metal fixture, acrylic, fabric, and paper on canvas with metal chain: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches] josephine meckseper built upon the handbag to create a wearable sculpture

courtesy of the artist, nancy gonzalez, and andrea rosen gallery, new york estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.nancygonzalez.com, www.andrearosengallery.com


Richard Phillips 138

RICHARD PHILLIPS/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012 [crocodile with suede lining and vinyl decal: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches]

the black vinyl decal was the actual decal used during the elle magazine photo shoot that was directed by richard phillips featuring china chow with two 1992 porsche 911 965 turbo models - one belonging to phillips and the other to his friend, writer neville wakefield

courtesy of the artist and nancy gonzalez estimated retail value: priceless website: www.nancygonzalez.com


Raqib Shaw 139

RAQIB SHAW/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012

[crocodile with suede lining, enamel, glitter, and rhinestones: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches]

intricate designs adorn both sides of the handbag, while a crowned alligator, santiago’s logo, reigns on the bottom of the bag

courtesy of the artist, nancy gonzalez, and galerie thaddaeus ropac, paris and salzburg estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.nancygonzalez.com, www.ropac.net


Mickalene Thomas 140

MICKALENE THOMAS/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012 [crocodile with suede lining and enamel: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches]

the floral design is based on the couch upholstery from thomas’s grandmother’s home, and this nostalgic motif is frequently used in the background of her paintings

courtesy of the artist and nancy gonzalez estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.nancygonzalez.com, www.mickalenethomas.com


Lawrence Weiner 141

LAWRENCE WEINER/ NANCY GONZALEZ, 2012

[crocodile with suede lining: 23 1/8 x 12 1/4 x 4 3/4 inches]

the black crocodile letters in the artist’s unique font were hand-pressed through specially-made metal molds like cookie cutters and hand sewn to the bag at the gonzalez production studio in colombia

courtesy of the artist, nancy gonzalez, and amy and john phelan estimated retail value: priceless gallery website: www.nancygonzalez.com


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


Luxury Auction Sponsor

TWO x TWO is grateful to our 2012 Luxury Auction Sponsor, PlainsCapital Bank, for their support this year. The 2012 luxury auction includes some of the most extraordinary luxury packages to date and we would like to acknowledge the following for their contributions: Flexjet, Hillstone / R+D Kitchen, Kohler Inc., Karl Lagerfeld / Four Seasons George V Paris, and Spook Stream.


“TWO x TWO has become amfAR's most successful fundraising event in the U.S. and we are incredibly grateful to our wonderful friends in Dallas for their generous support. I am confident that the research you help us fund will lead us to the cure that will one day signal the end of AIDS.”

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


Premium Travel Experience, Exclusively from FLEXJET

142 Experience up to six (6) hours of the ultimate in private jet travel, courtesy of Flexjet. Your well-appointed Challenger 300 aircraft will be ready and waiting to whisk you and your guests away to a destination of your choosing. Your experience begins with expert travel planning by one of Flexjet’s Customer Account Managers, who will ensure every detail of your flight is planned to your precise specifications. Upon arrival for your trip, you will be greeted by our expert crew, all of whom receive double the training required by the FAA. Once aboard, enjoy the privacy and classic comfort of the Challenger 300, part of Flexjet’s premium collection of aircraft, the youngest in the fractional jet industry. * Booking shall be made a minimum of 48 hours in advance * Maximum 8 passengers * Flight(s) must be completed by December 31, 2013 * Travel must be within the continental United States * Flexjet terms and conditions apply

courtesy of flexjet estimated retail value: $60,000 company website: www.flexjet.com


Hillstone / R+D Kitchen – the VIP “No Wait” Pass

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This special VIP card entitles you and your dining guests to a “no wait” greeting for one year at two of Park Cities’ best and busiest restaurants – Hillstone and R+D Kitchen. Hillstone, known formerly as Houston’s, one of Dallas’s 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


KOHLER: His and Hers NUMI Toilets 144

Winner of multiple global design awards, the Numi toilet is a perfect blend of technology, performance and design. It features automatic open and close seat capability, an interactive LED touchscreen user interface, bidet functionality, builtin music system, heated seat and foot warmer. To learn more about what Numi has to offer, please visit www.kohler.com/numi.

courtesy of kohler co. estimated retail value: $12,800 company website: www.kohler.com


Complete Master Bath Collection from KOHLER

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For over 130 years, Kohler has developed innovative products that enhance the bathroom with smart design and beautiful style. From air baths to faucets to bathroom furniture, Kohler will have a collection of products that fit your individual style. The winning bidder will receive a $20,000 KOHLER gift card that can be redeemed at a local Dallas showroom.

courtesy of kohler co. estimated retail value: $20,000 company website: www.kohler.com


Portrait Sitting by Karl Lagerfeld 146 Have your portrait shot by international fashion designer, photographer and creative icon Karl Lagerfeld. The portrait will be taken at 7L, Mr. Lagerfeld’s private photo studio in the St. Germain district of Paris. Aside from designing at Chanel, Fendi and for his own KARL line, Mr. Lagerfeld regularly shoots advertising campaigns for the world’s top fashion houses and portraits of society’s most interesting people. He has published dozens of books and his work has been featured in exhibitions around the world. While in Paris, enjoy your three-night stay at the famed Four Seasons Hotel George V and the special luxury of a room filled with gorgeous flowers from Jeff Leatham, Artistic Director.

*Mutually agreed upon date; advance notice required

courtesy of karl lagerfeld and four seasons hotel george v estimated retail value: priceless websites: www.karl.com, www.fourseasons.com/paris


Stream Compound in San Miguel de Allende 147

Nestled in the Sierra Madre Mountains in Central Mexico, fabled San Miguel de Allende charms its visitors with picturesque cobblestone streets and historical colonial architecture. The Stream compound is a gorgeous escape, filled with colonial antiques, Guatemalan artifacts, and an art collection that includes works by Olga Costa, Javier Marin, Jason Martin and Diego Rivera. The completely refurbished colonial structure is washed in white, cream and buff tones, and filled with elegant and comfortable furnishings. The private Stream Compound has a central garden with two pools, a workout facility, and is a five-minute walk from historic downtown San Miguel. Your five-day, four-night stay includes a special welcome comida at Restaurant Moxi at Hotel Matilda your first night (alcohol not included). Breakfast and lunch will be served daily in one of the compound’s five beautiful dining areas. * Three to five weeks advance notice is required for a mutually agreed upon date to expire October 20, 2013

* House staff and maid service is included daily with the exception of Sunday

courtesy of spook stream estimated retail value $22,000

* Staff gratuities not included * Maximum eight guests


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


TWO x TWO thanks Design Within Reach, our 2012 Design Auction Sponsor, for assembling this extraordinary collection of outdoor design furniture and accessories. This year’s auction includes beautiful pieces by one of Design Within Reach’s partners – Serralunga, a fifth-generation Italian company known for pushing the boundaries of materials, technology, and aesthetics. The Serralunga philosophy: “Every soul has a place of calm. I imagine spaces in which my objects give a sense of peace and beauty in a natural environment. This is the dream that guides my daily work: a fluid boundary between indoors and outdoors where the outside becomes intimate and the inside bright and sunny, mixing things up to create the unexpected. Emotionally.” – Marco Serralunga


Bordato 30 Illuminated Planter 148 The Illuminated Planter Collection merges the natural world with manmade innovation. Made from durable rotational-molded polyethylene, these Planters can provide pathway lighting or brighten any corner indoors or out. The high-quality polyethylene that’s used to make them is 100% recyclable and won’t chip or peel, and they're illuminated by energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. A patented drainage system prevents dirt from entering the inside of the planter, while keeping plants and trees healthy. Balancing form and function, they make a compelling design statement for a patio, public space, or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. UL rated. Bulb (included): 23W compact fluorescent. * 4 for sale, sold separately

LUISA BOCCHIETTO FOR SERRALUNGA

[rotational-molded polyethylene, compact fluorescent light bulb: height 27 1/2 inches, base diameter 17 inches, top diameter 30 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $525 website: www.dwr.com


Chester Lit Armchair, 2009 149 The classic Chesterfield seating, with button tufting and rounded armrests, is given an entirely new interpretation in the Chester Lit Armchair (2009). The DWR Design Studio asked Deep Design (Italian designers Raffaella Mangiarotti and Matteo Bazzicalupo) to help finetune this innovative outdoor seating solution. We knew Mangiarotti would understand our design constraints – her Dandelion Lamp is now included in MoMA’s permanent collection. This product’s unique and innovative drainage system – a proprietary invention of Serralunga, our manufacturing partner – ensures that Chester will stand up to the elements. Simple assembly required for the light fixture. Made in Italy. * Install the included light fixture by removing the plastic cap on the bottom of the Armchair. It is necessary to drill holes in the bottom to accommodate the fixture’s screws. The included light fixture will illuminate the entire Armchair. Included light fixture comes with an energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulb. It is UL rated and includes a ten-foot cord that plugs into any standard 120-volt outlet. * 2 for sale, sold separately

DWR DESIGN STUDIO MANUFACTURED BY SERRALUNGA

[rotational-molded polyethylene: 28 1/2 x 47 x 32 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $900 website: www.dwr.com


Chester Lit Sofa, 2009 150 The classic Chesterfield seating, with button tufting and rounded armrests, is given an entirely new interpretation in the Chester Lit Sofa (2009). The DWR Design Studio asked Deep Design (Italian designers Raffaella Mangiarotti and Matteo Bazzicalupo) to help fine tune this innovative outdoor seating solution. We knew Mangiarotti would understand our design constraints – her Dandelion Lamp is now included in MoMA’s permanent collection. This product’s unique and innovative drainage system – a proprietary invention of Serralunga, our manufacturing partner – ensures that Chester will stand up to the elements. Simple assembly required for the light fixture. Made in Italy. * Install the included light fixtures by removing the plastic cap on the bottom of the Sofa. It is necessary to drill holes in the bottom to accommodate the fixture’s screws. The included light fixtures will illuminate the entire Sofa. Included light fixtures come with energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. The fixtures are UL rated and includes a ten-foot cord that plugs into any standard 120-volt outlet.

DWR DESIGN STUDIO MANUFACTURED BY SERRALUNGA

[rotational-molded polyethylene: 28 1/2 x 75 1/2 x 32 inches] courtesy of design within reach

estimated retail value: $1,460 website: www.dwr.com


Vaso Rettangolare Illuminated Planter 151 The Illuminated Planter Collection merges the natural world with manmade innovation. Made from durable rotational-molded polyethylene, these Planters can provide pathway lighting or brighten any corner indoors or out. The high-quality polyethylene that’s used to make them is 100% recyclable and won’t chip or peel, and they're illuminated by energy-efficient compact fluorescent bulbs. A patented drainage system prevents dirt from entering the inside of the planter, while keeping plants and trees healthy. Balancing form and function, they make a compelling design statement for a patio, public space or retail display. Because of their light, manageable weight, these commercial-quality planters are ideal for urban balconies that must adhere to weight capacity regulations. UL rated. Bulb (included): 23W compact fluorescent. * 2 for sale, sold separately

STUDIO SERRALUNGA

[100% recyclable polyethylene: 28 x 36 x 10 1/2 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $525 website: www.dwr.com


Luau™ Portable LED Lamp, 2006 152 The Luau Portable LED Lamp (2006) makes standard table lamps look so, well, stationary. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use, Luau is a lighting solution that delivers dimmable light without being tethered to an electrical socket. When removed from its charging base, the lamp automatically lights up, and the glow lasts for 6 to 10 hours. To adjust the brightness, simply spin the dial on the bottom. Luau delivers warm ambient light and can be placed on a surface or hung from a hook or tree branch by its stainless-steel handle. Made out of impact-resistant polyethylene with a water-resistant housing, it uses energy-efficient LEDs and comes complete with an LED pack and a re-chargeable 1500mAh battery. The lamp can be used while re-charging. The base has an indicator light that changes from red to green when Luau is fully charged. Not intended for children under 6. UL rated. Made in China. * 20 for sale, sold separately

DESIGNED BY DUANE SMITH AND STEFANE BARBEAU FOR OXO6

[Polyethylene, stainless steel, and LEDs: height 15 inches, diameter 8 1/2 inches] courtesy of design within reach

estimated retail value: $198 website: www.dwr.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 over $35 million for amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art in its first thirteen 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 2012. We wish to express our deep appreciation to TWO x TWO’s dazzling 2012 Event Chairman, Amy Phelan. Her boundless resourcefulness, infectious spirit, determination and warm heart have helped us raise the bar again. We thank her for her innovative ideas and enthusiasm and for sharing her passion for great art, great artists, and also great parties, with TWO x TWO. Thank you, Amy. DMA and amfAR Board Trustee Cindy Rachofsky and her husband Howard deserve special recognition for opening their magnificent Richard Meier-designed house for the fourteenth 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 cherished event for everyone involved. We are all forever grateful for their heartfelt commitment and leadership. It is with genuine gratitude that we thank our friends at Neiman Marcus for their tremendous support as the 2012 Presenting Sponsor. Neiman Marcus has been a generous supporter of TWO x TWO for many years, participating in various roles during our partnership. This year they have truly made a significant impact with their dedication to helping TWO x TWO achieve more than ever before. It is an honor to have the generous support of Neiman Marcus and the leadership and creativity they bring to TWO x TWO. We extend sincere appreciation to our 2012 Platinum Sponsors: Audi of America, Cartier and Sotheby’s. Audi of America joins TWO x TWO for their second year with ardent enthusiasm and we are privileged to welcome them back. Cartier’s longtime support of amfAR and TWO x TWO has blossomed into a new level this year as they join us at the Platinum level. We thank them for their generous and continued participation. Sotheby’s longtime partnership with TWO x TWO has been instrumental to the success of the event, especially with their vision in creating an education-oriented atmosphere through their annual underwriting of the auction catalogue and preview events. We thank them for hosting the annual TWO x TWO Highlights Exhibition at their New York offices, which gives our patrons and friends there an opportunity to preview a selection of TWO x TWO auction works. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2012, distinguished artist Richard Phillips 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 Sunday, October 21, hosted by Amy and Vernon Faulconer, and Cindy and Howard Rachofsky at the grand opening of their new warehouse space. We thank them along with Bob Monk and his colleagues at Gagosian Gallery for their support of the Sunday brunch, of Richard Phillips and for their many years of 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 fourteenth 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.


This year, TWO x TWO engaged in a new and exciting partnership and one that combined great art and artists with one of the greats in luxury fashion, the Nancy Gonzalez company. We would like to share our heartfelt thanks with Santiago Barberi Gonzalez for spearheading this project on behalf of his family’s company. Together he and Amy Phelan reached out to 10 beloved artists to decorate 10 albino crocodile Nancy Gonzalez bags. Each story and each bag is different; just as is the case with the other artworks in the auction. We thank each of the artists who participated willingly, gifting us with these superbly unique handbag artworks and we thank the Nancy Gonzalez company for their leadership, resourcefulness, and commitment to excellence in seeing the project through to the end. TWO x TWO thanks Lindsey and Patrick Collins, the 2012 Art Chairmen, for their assistance in securing some of the extraordinary works of art in the 2012 auction. With resourceful and thoughtful ideas, their guidance and creativity during the development of the 2012 auction have engaged a new group of artists and galleries to join in our endeavor and further inspire our longtime supporters and collectors in Dallas. We are grateful to Lindsey and Patrick for their devotion to TWO x TWO. We sincerely appreciate the incredible generosity of each of our TWO x TWO 2012 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. Todd’s creative genius and devotion to this event are without rival; his inspiration and designs create the originality and beauty inside the magnificent tent each year. Thank you, Todd, for willingly and enthusiastically sharing your talent with TWO x TWO for the fourteenth year. Our sincere appreciation also goes to AT&T, Inc. for their sponsorship of the Live Auction. We also thank Randall Goss and US Risk for their generosity as the Gala Dinner Sponsor. 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 offer heartfelt thanks to our friends at Kiehl’s for their devoted commitment to amfAR and now to TWO x TWO as we welcome them as our Silent Auction 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. We also thank our two Silver Sponsors: Unified Fine Arts Services for facilitating the TWO x TWO art installation at The Rachofsky House and to US Art for their generous assistance with art transportation from New York to Dallas. This year we are honored to welcome back Design Within Reach as our Design Auction Sponsor. We thank Design Within Reach and their partners at SerraLunga for assembling the extraordinary group of design auction items. The 2012 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: Flexjet; Nancy Gonzalez; Hillstone/R + D Kitchen; Kohler, Co.; Karl Lagerfeld/ Four Seasons George V; and Spook Stream. We recognize in particular the following people for their help in acquiring these donations: Tanner Graham, Santiago Barberi Gonzalez, Trey Laird, Jeff Leatham and Fred Reid. This year’s luxury auction is generously sponsored by our new partner PlainsCapital Bank.


We offer sincere appreciation to Tim Headington and The Joule Hotel for their tremendous and loyal support as our 2012 Celebrity Travel Sponsor. We gratefully acknowledge Karl Lagerfeld by Fossil for sponsoring Thursday’s sensational FIRST LOOK preview party. We thank Lombardi Family Concepts for providing the delicious catering at FIRST LOOK, and to Cassandra Fine Catering for providing the staff. Thanks also to Belvedere and Moét for providing the beverages and to all our friends at Moët Hennessy USA for their continued support of all of the events during the course of the TWO x TWO week. It is with exuberant applause that we thank The Misshapes for joining us in Dallas as the FIRST LOOK musical guests and that we welcome Jacqueline Anderson as our FIRST LOOK chair. Thank you to the many involved in FIRST LOOK for making it the best FIRST LOOK yet. 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, Anne MacGillivray, Wilson Alexander Aguilar, Serena Ghilardi-Green, Cassandra Dawes, Niki Thomas, Eric Muscatell, AnnMari Shannahan, Andrew McInnes, Bennah Serfaty, Natalie Marquis, Lauren MacCallum, Yael De Guia and Christina Christofi. We offer sincere thanks to Trish Ireland, Auction Manager for her graciousness, thoroughness, and dedication to TWO x TWO in coordinating the many details in preparation for the TWO x TWO auction. Without the dedication and hard work of Jeanne Lil Chvosta, Thomas Feulmer, Jodie Oliver, Sarah Deal, Anna Pates, Tony Silva 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, Natalia Daniels and Rebecca Winti for their contribution and creativity in designing the First Look invitation and web graphics; and to Meg Smith for her assistance in coordinating the volunteers. Sincere gratitude and recognition go to Rob Stein, Deputy Director, and Jessica Heimberg, Senior Developer, for their incredible talent and creative support in designing the new twoxtwo.org website and online catalogue. 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 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 stellar printed materials. Special thanks to Michael Saint for his creativity and dedication in 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 FD LUXE, our Media Sponsor, for their generous support and coverage of the TWO x TWO events.


We would like to thank and recognize our in-kind sponsors whose contributions are an integral part of TWO x TWO: 24 FPS, American Airlines, Audi of America, The Buzzell Company, Calligraphic Arts, Inc., Cassandra Fine Catering, The Cultured Cup, Displays Unlimited Inc., Ducky-Bob’s Event Specialists, Empire Baking Co., Mike Sandone Productions, Paddle8, Park Cities Hilton, PRO/SOUND, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Runyon Fine Arts, Safe Art SAT, Inc., San Pellegrino / Acqua Panna, Skyframe Inc., Stageworks, Strong Travel Services, Suite 206, Switch Lighting, Tart Bakery, The GEM, The Joule Hotel and Whitewall Magazine. Without the support of the Dallas community, this event would not be the spectacular success it is today. It is with deepest gratitude that we recognize the many art dealers and galleries who were crucial in securing the works in the 2012 auction: 47 canal, new york; 303 gallery, new york; alexander gray associates, new york; acme, los angeles; alison jacques gallery, london; altman siegel gallery, san francisco; ameringer | mcenery | yohe, new york; andrea rosen gallery, new york; anthony meier fine arts, san francisco; anton kern gallery, new york; barry whistler gallery, dallas; bitforms gallery, new york; blum & poe, los angeles; bortolami gallery, new york; carrie secrist gallery, chicago; casey kaplan gallery, new york; cherry and martin, los angeles; crg gallery, new york; d'amelio gallery, new york; danese, new york; david kordansky gallery, los angeles; david zwirner, new york; dckt contemporary inc., new york; edward tyler nahem fine art, llc, new york; eleven rivington, new york; françois ghebaly gallery, los angeles; franklin parrasch gallery, new york; friedrich petzel gallery, new york; gagosian gallery, new york; galerie art concept, paris; galerie chantal crousel, paris; galerie eva presenhuber, zurich; galerie gisela capitain, cologne; galerie lelong, new york; galerie perrotin, paris and hong kong; galerie thaddaeus ropac, paris and salzburg ; galleri urbane, dallas and marfa; galleria franco noero, vancouver; gladstone gallery, new york and brussels; greenberg van doren gallery, new york; hasted kraeutler gallery, new york; haunch of venison, new york; hauser & wirth, new york, london, and zurich; holly johnson gallery, dallas; honor fraser, los angeles; horton gallery, new york; james fuentes gallery llc, new york; john berggruen gallery, san francisco; jonathan viner gallery, london; josée bienvenu gallery, new york; julie saul gallery, new york; kate werble gallery, new york; kurimanzutto, mexico city ; lehmann maupin gallery, new york; lisa cooley, new york; lisson gallery, london; luhring augustine, new york; marc foxx, los angeles; marianne boesky gallery, new york; marlborough chelsea, new york; marty walker gallery, dallas; mary boone gallery, new york ; matthew marks gallery, new york and los angeles; michael werner gallery, new york, london, and berlin; monique meloche gallery, chicago; norwood flynn gallery, dallas; overduin and kite, los angeles; perry rubenstein gallery, los angeles; rachel uffner gallery, new york; regen projects, los angeles; renwick gallery, new york; richard gray gallery, new york and chicago; robert mapplethorpe foundation, new york; sean kelly gallery, new york; silverman gallery, san francisco; sperone westwater, new york; sprüth magers, berlin and london; standard (oslo), oslo; stephen friedman gallery, london; stuart shave modern art, london; tanya bonakdar gallery, new york; the modern institute, glasgow; the pace gallery, new york; thomas solomon gallery, los angeles; untitled, new york; yvon lambert, paris; zach feuer gallery, new york; zeno x gallery, antwerp; 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

Maxwell L. Anderson The Eugene McDermott Director Dallas Museum of Art


BIDDING PROCEDURES ABSENTEE BID FORM CONDITIONS OF SALE


BIDDING PROCEDURES YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT AT THE OCTOBER 20 GALA TO BUY GREAT ART! TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art auction bidding begins on Monday, October 15, 2012, 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 that 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 20, 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 21. 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 23, or they will be sent to storage at the winning bidder’s expense. Contact Trish Ireland at (513) 476-8455 or email trish@rachofskyhouse.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.twoxtwo.org.


ABSENTEE BID FORM ABSENTEE BID(S):

Please bid on my behalf at TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2012 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 20.

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 _____________________________ CV V 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 19, 2012. Absentee bid forms can be downloaded at www.twoxtwo.org. Completed forms may be faxed to The Rachofsky House at (214) 750-9766 or emailed to Trish Ireland at trish@rachofskyhouse.org. Successful bidders will be notified by telephone on Sunday, October 21, and Monday, October 22. The purchaser is responsible for removing works from The Rachofsky House no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 23, after which storage fees apply. If needed, shipping arrangements must be made by Wednesday, October 24. Visit www.twoxtwo.org/catalogue to view the 2012 auction catalogue online. For more information about TWO x TWO, please contact Melissa Meeks, Director, TWO x TWO, at (214) 205-6860 or melissa@rachofskyhouse.org.


CONDITIONS OF SALE

TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2012

October 20, 2012

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WORKS IN THIS AUCTION HAVE BEEN DONATED TO amfAR AND THE DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART. IF THEY DO NOT FIND A PERMANENT HOME IN YOUR COLLECTION, WE ASK THAT YOU CONSIDER DONATING THEM TO A MUSEUM. The property listed in the TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art catalogue and online at twoxtwo.org will be offered and sold by amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, herein known as amfAR, a 501(c) (3) entity. Any questions should be directed to amfAR and not to 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 property listed herein: 1. (a) Neither Sotheby's nor amfAR assume any risk, liability or responsibility for the authenticity of the authorship of any property offered at this auction (that is, the identity of the creator or the period, culture, 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, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE PROPERTY, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL EITHER OF THEM BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CORRECTNESS OF ANY CATALOGUE OR NOTICES OR DESCRIPTIONS OF PROPERTY, 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 bidders, the auctioneer shall have sole and final discretion either to determine the successful bidder or to reoffer and resell the article in dispute. If any dispute arises after the sale, amfAR’s sale records shall be conclusive in all respects. 4. If the auctioneer determines that any opening bid is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, the auctioneer may reject the same and withdraw the article from sale, and if, having acknowledged an opening bid, s/he decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, s/he may reject the advance. 5. On the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, the highest bidder shall be deemed to have purchased the offered lot subject to all of the conditions set forth herein and thereupon (a) assumes full risk and responsibility thereof (including without limitation damage to frames or glass covering the prints), (b) will sign a confirmation of purchase thereof and (c) will pay the full purchase price therefor before property can be released. All property shall be removed from the premises by the purchaser at his/her expense no later than three days following its sale and, if not so removed, will be sent by amfAR at the expense of the purchaser to a public warehouse for the account, risk and expense of the purchaser and such added charges will then be added to the purchase price of the object. If the foregoing conditions and other applicable conditions are not complied with, in addition to other remedies available to amfAR by law, including, without limitation, the right to hold the purchaser liable for the bid price, amfAR at its option, may either (a) cancel the sale, retaining as liquidated damages all payments made by the purchaser or (b) resell the property on three 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 hereunder and incidental damages. 6. Deliveries outside of Texas may be subject to the tax of another state and, where a duty of collection is imposed by law, amfAR will require payment of all said taxes. 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 must be made 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 for sale subject to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. The auctioneer may implement such reserve by bidding on behalf of amfAR. 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 22, 2012. 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


Abeles, Michele

001 * Cunha, Alexandre de 023 Heck, Erik Madigan 046,047

Ackermann, Rita

002 Dadson, Andrew

024 * Heinzmann, Thilo

048

Andrews, Kathryn

003

025 Heitzler, Drew

049

Atherton, Hope

004 Dennis, Marc

026 Hodges, Jim

133

Barlow, Phyllida

005 * Edwards, Melvin

027

134

Bauer, Michael

006 Elsner, Slawomir

028 Horton, Tony

050

Bechtle, Robert

007 Enright, Brock

029 Hundley, Elliott

051

Beck, Bianca

008 Escobar, Dario

030 * Imai, Norio

052

Beier, Nina

009 Eveleth, Emily

031 * Johnson, Matt

053

Bell, Dozier

010 * FernĂĄndez, Teresita 032 Kantarovsky, Sanya 054

Betts, William

011 Fischer, Berta

033 KAWS

135

* Black, Karla

012 * Flexner, Roland

034 * Keegan, Matt

055

Booker, Paul

013 Freeman, Jonah & Justin Lowe 035 Knowles, Tim

056

Borremans, MichaĂŤl 014

Demand, Thomas

Friedman, Tom

Holzer, Jenny

036 Kolkoz 057

* Bress, Brian

015 Frost, Alistair

037 Kunin, Julia

058

* Caesar, Jedediah

016 * Gallace, Maureen

038 Kyack, Joel

059

039 Lakra, Dr.

136 060

Caporael, Suzanne 017

Garrison, Sid

* Carron, Valentin

018 Gillick, Liam

040 Lambie, Jim

Carter, Nathan

019 Gornik, April

041 Lance, Letscher 061,062

Chong, Theresa

020 Gueorguieva, Iva

042 Lindberg, Anne

063

Cormand, Marti

021

043 Linder

064

Cotton, Will

132 Halpern, Tamar

Crosher, Zoe

022 * Haraguchi, Noriyuki 045 * Lonegan, Caitlin

Halloran, Lia

044 Linnenbrink, Markus 065 066


Lundsager, Eva Magid, Jill Manders, Mark

067 Phillips, Richard 089,138 Shaw, Raqib

139

068 Pirecki, Philomene

090 Shirreff, Erin

113

069 * Polke, Sigmar

091 Shrigley, David

114

092 Skibell, Jerry

115

093 Slater, Bret

116

Mapplethorpe, Robert 070 Pomara, John Markus, Liz

071 * Porter, Liliana

Martin, Jason

072 Reafsnyder, Michael 094 Solomon, Ken

Massard, Didier

073

Rees, Dan

117-120

095 * Sugimoto, Hiroshi

* Matsutani, Takesada 074 Remington, Alex 096,097 * Swallow, Ricky Adam, McEwen

075 * Rhode, Robin

Meckseper, Josephine 137 Rocklen, Ry Melee, Robert

076 * Rosmarin, Susie

Middlebrook, Jason 077 * Rothschild, Eva

098 Tabatabai, Hadi

121 122 123

099

Thomas, Mickalene 140

100

Turner, Lynne Woods 124

101 Ufan, Lee

125

Minter, Marilyn

078 * Ruby, Sterling

102 Vital, Not

126

Murillo, Oscar

079 Ryman, Cordy

103 * Vo, Danh

127

* Neshat, Shirin

080 Sabon, Analia

104 Webster, Chuck

128

081 * Saccoccio, Jackie

105 Weiner, Lawrence

141

106 Wujcik, Theo

129

Neto, Ernesto

Sachs, Tom

* Neustein, Joshua

082

* Oiticica, HĂŠlio

083 Salisbury, Sam

107 Yamazaki, Tsuruko

130

Olivier, Jacco

084 Schmidt, Florian

108 Yossifor, Liat

131

* Olson, Scott

085 Schutz, Dana

109

Orr, Tom

086 Scott-Douglas, Hugh 110

Penone, Giuseppe

087

PhilippĂŠ, John-Paul 088

Sekine, Nobuo

111

Serrano, Andres

112

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MAKING AIDS HISTORY The Board of Trustees and staff of amfAR are profoundly grateful to everyone associated with TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art for their generous and steadfast support. Your commitment to amfAR enables us to do what we have always done: push the boundaries of AIDS research, accelerating the pace of discovery and making breakthroughs that save and prolong lives. Our past discoveries have paved the way to where we are today – within reach of a cure. Our current and future investments will advance the research that will ultimately deliver a cure – and make AIDS history. Thank you!


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