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TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research and the Dallas Museum of Art 2013


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 $40 million in its fourteen-year history in support of amfAR’s AIDS research initiatives and the Dallas Museum of Art’s contemporary art acquisitions and exhibitions. TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art has evolved into a series of social events designed to highlight the efforts of amfAR and 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 150 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 $366 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 Audi of America event hosts Cindy and Howard Rachofsky honored artist Luc Tuymans chairman Christen Wilson amfAR chairman of the board Kenneth Cole the eugene mcdermott director, dallas museum of art Maxwell L. Anderson honorary chair Cheyenne Jackson amfAR leadership award recipient Chris Salgardo two x two director Melissa Meeks Ireland the 15th 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 26, 2013 The Rachofsky House, 8605 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas platinum sponsors Dior • Kiehl’s Since 1851 • Sotheby’s silent auction 6:30 p.m. presented by AT&T, Inc. seated dinner 8:00 p.m. with performance by Gladys Knight presented by Stephanie and John Roberts live auction 9:00 p.m. presented by Neiman Marcus 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 celebrity travel provided by Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel The late night lounge sips by Dom Pérignon


PLATINUM TABLE Nancy and Richard Rogers TWO x TWO for 2 Aston Martin of Dallas / Jennifer and John Eagle • Laura and Walter Elcock • Cynthia and Forrest Miller Catherine and Will Rose GRAND BENEFACTOR TABLES Deedie and Rusty Rose • Christen and Derek Wilson BENEFACTOR TABLES Genevieve and Christopher Bass • Nancy and Clint Carlson • Marguerite Steed Hoffman • Cristina and Harry Lynch Pinnell Foundation / Janelle and Alden Pinnell • Cindy and Howard Rachofsky • Resolution Capital, Inc. / Debbie and Eric Green The Robert and Nancy Dedman Fund of Communities Foundation of Texas Jan and Jim Showers / Shelia McAdams • Gayle and Paul Stoffel PATRON TABLES Ana and Don Carty • Gay & Lesbian Fund for Dallas • Joyce Goss • Hadleigh's / Gable and Ed Shaikh Georgina Hartland / Thomas Hartland Mackie • Human Rights Campaign • Gene and Jerry Jones Family Gabriela Milmo and Wylie McAnallen • Mary Noël and William Lamont • Stephanie and John Roberts GRAND BENEFACTOR TICKETS Luisa Fernanda Espinosa • Amy and Vernon Faulconer • Susan and Bill Montgomery • Kelli and Allen Questrom Katherine and Eric Reeves • Peggy and Carl Sewell • Sharon and Michael Young BENEFACTOR TICKETS Lindsey and Patrick Collins • Michael Corman and Kevin Fink in Honor of Christen Wilson • Claire Dewar Alan Hergott and Curt Shepard • Jo and Andre Staffelbach • Wendy and Jeremy Strick Elisa and Stephen Summers • Dan Tanzilli PATRON TICKETS Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller • Gonzalo Bueno • Amy Cappellazzo • Laura Cunningham and Thomas Keller Rob Dailey • Barbara and Don Daseke • Mark Dorfman • Maria and Amir Ecker • Claire and Dwight Emanuelson Shannon and Jeff Estes • Cindy Ferris • Meg Fitzpatrick • Marion and Nash Flores • Forty Five Ten Joanne and Mark Giambrone • Meg and Daniel Gotvald • Fanchon and Howard Hallam • Robert Hallam Kim and Tony Horton • Susan and Bob Kaminski • Jennifer and Tom Karol • Tom Kennedy and John Morace Terry and Jeff Kurz • Mary Ann and Allen Lassiter • Eleanor and John Lemak • Francis Luttmer and Jose Gomez Catherine and Douglas MacMahon • Eugene McDermott Foundation • Niven Morgan and Shelby Wagner Jenny and Richard Mullen • Jay Oppenheimer and Dolph Haas • Aaron Osborn and Virgil Barber • Lucilo Peña and Lee Cobb Kate and Rawleigh Ralls • Stacey and John Relton • Jose Reyes • Frank A. Riddick III • Lysa and Greg Rohan Lisa and John Runyon • Capera Ryan • Cindy and Armond Schwartz • Gresham J. Shinn and Tim Hurst Elizabeth Simmons • Dr. James Madison Smartt • Waverly and David Smith • Emily and Steve Summers • Ann and David Sutherland • Greg Swalwell and Terry Connor • Gary Tigges and Cyrus Hadjesmaili • Merry and Chad Vose DONATIONS Alexander McQueen • David Cadwallader • The Dallas Foundation • Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman Nancy and Jeremy Halbreich • J.F. Maddox Foundation • Joan B. Hornig Foundation • Stephanie and Jody LaNasa The Lebowitz Family Foundation • Nancy E. Perot • Schwab Charitable Fund on behalf of Amy and John Phelan


presenting sponsor Audi of America platinum sponsors Dior • Kiehl's Since 1851 • Sotheby’s gold sponsors AT&T, Inc. • Aston Martin of Dallas • Chubb Personal Insurance • Dom Pérignon MICHELE Watches • Moët Hennessy USA • Neiman Marcus • Todd Events • U.S. Trust • U.S. Risk valet sponsor Aston Martin of Dallas luxury cocktails and champagne provided by Moët Hennessy USA tent design Todd Fiscus for Todd Events art sponsor Waldman Bros. / Chubb Personal Insurance silent auction sponsor AT&T, Inc. live auction sponsor Neiman Marcus auctioneer Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s, North and South America design auction sponsor Design Within Reach catalogue sponsor Sotheby’s graphic design and printing sponsor Texas Graphic Resource Inc. first look presenting sponsor MICHELE watches brunch sponsor U.S. Trust entertainment sponsor Stephanie and John Roberts celebrity travel sponsor Tim Headington on behalf of The Joule Hotel media sponsor FD LUXE silver sponsors Unified Fine Art Services • US Art financial services sponsor Vontobel Swiss Wealth Advisors AG in-kind sponsors 24 FPS • American Airlines • Artsy • Audi of America • Avant Garden • The Buzzell Company Calligraphic Arts, Inc. • Cassandra Fine Catering • CBD Provisions • The Cultured Cup • Displays Unlimited Inc. Ducky-Bob’s Event Specialists • Dude Sweet Chocolates • Empire Baking Co. • Forty Five Ten, Five and Ten, Number One Grange Hall • Debbie and Eric Green • Hadleigh’s • Lombardi Family Concepts • Marguerite Steed Hoffman The Joule Hotel • Kiehl’s Since 1851 • Park Cities Hilton • PRO/SOUND • Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek Runyon Fine Arts • Safe Art SAT, Inc. • San Pellegrino / Acqua Panna • Shoutz • Skyframe, Inc. • Sprinkles Cupcakes Stageworks • Strong Travel Services • Suite 206 • Switch Lighting • Tom Ford • Uber • Whitewall Magazine


Dear Friends: Here is your chance to . Once again I have invited two friends to share in the fun of highlighting works in the 2013 auction: Jeffrey Grove, Senior Curator of Special Projects & Research 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. This year we are adding a modern twist to the auction. We are pleased to partner with Artsy, and now anyone can bid in the auction online at www.artsy.net/twoxtwo. The bidding begins on Friday, October 18, 2013, at 12 noon CST and will close on Thursday, October 24th at 12 noon CST. You may place your bid anytime during the course of the auction time period. On Thursday, October 24th at 12 noon CST, the highest bid at or above retail value wins the work. You may place your bid online and continue to bid throughout the week, or you may set your maximum bid and Artsy will bid on increment on your behalf up to your pre-set maximum. If you like, you can also have a TWO x TWO representative bid for you on Artsy. For further details please e-mail Trish Ireland, Auction Manager, at trish@rachofskyhouse.org, to learn more about bidding on the on Artsy. On Thursday, October 24th at 12 noon CST, if the work is still available, it goes into the silent auction under standard TWO x TWO bidding procedures. The winning bidder will be notified by telephone no later than Sunday, October 27th. Remember you don’t have to be present at TWO x TWO to . Just look for the icons pictured above in our auction catalogue and on www.artsy.net/twoxtwo. More details on each of the works listed in are available in both the print catalogue and at twoxtwo.org. Good luck! Howard Rachofsky


HOWARD'S HIDDEN GEMS WALEAD BESHTY

ANNIE LAPIN

DANIEL BUREN

ANNE LINDBERG

NATHAN CARTER

MAI-THU PERRET

TRACEY EMIN

CINDY SHERMAN

GRAHAM LITTLE

ALESSANDRO PESSOLI TAM VAN TRAN

JEFFREY'S CURATOR'S CHOICE DANIEL CUMMINGS

NATHAN HYLDEN

ABRAHAM CRUZVILLEGAS

NATHAN MABRY

KARL HAENDEL

ADAM PENDLETON

JAY HEIKES

JACK WHITTEN

ANDREW HOLMQUIST

JEFF ZILM

ALLAN'S UNDER THE RADAR HELENE APPEL

SAM FALLS

TROY BRAUNTUCH

FERNANDA GOMES

MATTHEW CHAMBERS

JORGE MACCHI

JOSE DÁVILA

AMIKAM TOREN

LIAM EVERETT

RIRKRIT TIRAVANIJA


works are labeled with these logos throughout the catalogue.


We send our heartfelt appreciation to our spectacular 2013 Event Chairman, Christen Wilson. With resourceful and thoughtful ideas, she has engaged a new group of artists and galleries to join in our endeavor and further inspire our longtime supporters and collectors in Dallas. Her boundless determination, style, diplomacy and philanthropic heart have helped us raise the bar again. We thank her for sharing her passion for great art, great artists, and great expectations with TWO x TWO. Thank you, Christen. - Melissa Meeks Ireland, Cindy and Howard Rachofsky


TWO x TWO honored artists

2013

Luc Tuymans

2012

Richard Phillips

2011

Mark Grotjahn

2010

Christopher Wool

2009

Peter Doig

2008

Jim Hodges

2007

Elizabeth Peyton

2006

Tom Friedman

2005

Cecily Brown

2004

Joel Shapiro

2003

April Gornik

2002

Ed Ruscha

2001

Julian Schnabel

2000

Robert Rauschenberg

1999

Inaugural Year


TAG YOUR PICKS WITH THESE LABELS TO FIND THEM QUICKLY

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


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


“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


Luc Tuymans TWO x TWO 2013 Honoree TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art takes great pleasure and pride in honoring Luc Tuymans for his continued generosity and his commitment to the fight against AIDS.

Š Studio Luc Tuymans


Belgian artist Luc Tuymans is widely credited with having contributed to the revival of painting in the 1990s. His sparsely colored, figurative works speak in a quiet, restrained, and at times unsettling voice, and are typically painted from pre-existing imagery including photographs and video stills. His canvases, in turn, become third-degree abstractions from reality and often appear slightly out of focus, as if covered by a thin veil or painted from a failing memory. There is almost always a darker undercurrent to what at first appear to be innocuous subjects: Tuymans has, in this way, explored diverse and sensitive topics including the Holocaust, the effects of images from 9/11, the ambiguous utopia of the Disney empire, the colonial history of his native Belgium, and the phenomenon of the corporation. Born in 1958 in Morstel, near Antwerp, Belgium, Tuymans was one of the first artists to be represented by David Zwirner. He joined the gallery in 1994 and had his first American solo exhibition that same year. In 2012, Luc Tuymans: Allo! inaugurated the gallery’s first European location on 24 Grafton Street in Mayfair, London. Luc Tuymans: The Summer is Over marked his tenth solo show with the gallery, which was on view in New York January 10 – February 9, 2013. The show was accompanied by a publication that features a detailed overview of each of the artist’s exhibitions with the gallery since 1994, a conversation between the artist and David Zwirner, and interviews by Lynne Tillman with Madeleine Grynsztejn, Brice Marden, Helen Molesworth, Peter Schjeldahl and Robert Storr. Tuymans is also represented by Zeno X Gallery, where he has been exhibiting since 1990. A solo exhibition of the artist’s portraits is on display at The Menil Collection in Houston, Texas. His work was recently the subject of a retrospective co-organized by the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. It traveled from 2010 to 2011 to the Dallas Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; and the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels. Previous major solo exhibitions include those organized by the Moderna Museet Malmö, Sweden, in 2009, and Tate Modern, London, in 2004. Other recent solo exhibitions include the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga, Spain (2011); Haus der Kunst, Munich; Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw (both 2008); Mücsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest (2007); Museu Serralves, Porto, Portugal; and the Musée d’art moderne et contemporain, Geneva (both 2006). Tuymans was recently the curator of an exhibition at the Albertinum in Dresden, titled Constable, Delacroix, Friedrich, Goya. A Shock to the Senses (March 16 – July 14, 2013). In 2009, he organized The State of Things: Brussels/ Beijing at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, which traveled to the National Art Museum of China, Beijing, and A Vision of Central Europe at the Brugge Centraal, Bruges, Belgium, in 2010. A catalogue raisonné of the artist’s paintings is currently being prepared by David Zwirner in collaboration with Studio Luc Tuymans. Compiled and edited by art historian Eva Meyer-Hermann, the catalogue raisonné will illustrate and document approximately 500 paintings by the artist from 1975 to the present day. The artist represented Belgium at the 49th Venice Biennale (2001) and his works are featured in museum collections worldwide, including The Art Institute of Chicago; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Dallas Museum of Art; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; and Tate Gallery, London. Tuymans recently donated his portrait of Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands to the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. He lives and works in Antwerp. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2013, distinguished artist Luc Tuymans 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 27, 2013, hosted by Amy and Vernon Faulconer and Cindy and Howard Rachofsky and sponsored by U.S. Trust. TWO x TWO is honored to have Luc Tuymans as the featured artist of our fifteenth year of this endeavor. On behalf of amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art, we extend special thanks to Luc, David Zwirner Gallery and Zeno X Gallery for their extraordinary support of this event. Past honorees have included renowned artists April Gornik, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Ruscha, Julian Schnabel, Joel Shapiro, Cecily Brown, Tom Friedman, Elizabeth Peyton, Jim Hodges, Peter Doig, Christopher Wool, Mark Grotjahn and Richard Phillips.


David Adamo 001

UNTITLED, 2012

[zellan and colored rubber bands: 15 1/2 x 7 1/8 x 2 1/8 inches] edition 2 of 3 courtesy of the artist and peter freeman, inc., new york estimated retail value: $6,500 gallery website: www.peterfreemaninc.com


Helene Appel 002

WHEAT GRAINS, 2013

[oil on linen: 30 x 18 inches]

courtesy of the artist and the approach, london estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.theapproach.co.uk


Carla Arocha—StÊphane Schraenen 003

CHAIR (TYPE III), 2010

[glass mirror and steel: 24 1/4 x 17 3/4 x 31 1/8 inches] edition of 3 courtesy of the artists and ltd los angeles, los angeles estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.ltdlosangeles.com


Steven Baldi 004

2/10: MAX BILL FOR JUNGHANS (VIA PMA PLATE 24, MOMA 347.1961), 2010 [acrylic on linen: 11 7/8 inches in diameter] courtesy of the artist and thomas duncan gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.thomasduncangallery.com


Walead Beshty 005

BLACK CURL (9:6/ YCM/ SIX MAGNET: LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 4TH 2013, FUJI COLOR CRYSTAL ARCHIVE SUPER TYPE C, EM. NO. 199-014, 13213), 2013 [color photographic paper: 109 x 50 inches] work may be displayed in horizontal or vertical orientation

courtesy of the artist and regen projects, los angeles estimated retail value: $42,000 gallery website: www.regenprojects.com


William Binnie 006

SCREENSHOT (TIRE TRACKS), 2013 [oil on canvas: 13 x 13 inches]

courtesy of the artist and the public trust, dallas estimated retail value: $1,500 websites: www.trustthepublic.com, www.williambinnie.blogspot.com


Colby Bird 007

STILL LIFE WITH 15 SHUTTERS (TOYOVIEW 4 X 5), 2012 [c-print: 53 x 39 inches] courtesy of the artist and fitzroy gallery, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery websites: www.fitzroygallery.com, www.crggallery.com, www.lorareynolds.com


Troy Brauntuch 008

MARK'S CAMERA 3, 2013

[mixed pigment on cotton: 30 x 40 inches] courtesy of the artist and friedrich petzel gallery, new york estimated retail value: $35,000 websites: www.petzel.com, www.troybrauntuch.com


iona ROZEAL brown 009

A3 BLACKFACE #?, 2003-2004

[acrylic on paper: 29 1/2 x 22 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and edward tyler nahem fine art, llc, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.edwardtylernahemfineart.com


Daniel Buren 010

MADE IN USA - NICKEL, 2013

[enamel plated aluminum and nickel: 79 x 82 x 1 1/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and bortolami gallery, new york; Š daniel buren + adagp paris estimated retail value: $120,000 gallery website: www.bortolamigallery.com


Nathan Carter 011

THIS CITY IS CALLED PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY LOCATED ON THE BERING SEA AT THE BASE OF AVACHINSKY VOLCANO. THE PORT IS A LIVELY AND MYSTERIOUS PLACE CLOSELY GUARDED BY THE SALMON EATING WILD BEARS WHO LIVE IN DERELICT SHIPPING CONTAINERS ON THE DOCKS., 2013 [acrylic paint, ink, pencil, and manilla paper: 36 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist and casey kaplan gallery, new york estimated retail value: $14,400 gallery website: www.caseykaplangallery.com


Rosana Castrillo Diaz 012

UNTITLED, 2012

[mica and rice paper on paper: 50 1/2 x 50 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches] courtesy of anthony meier fine arts, san francisco estimated retail value: $32,000 gallery website: www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Rebecca Chamberlain 013

CAST WINDOW VIEWS: GUEST BEDROOM ARRANGEMENT, ZIMMERMAN HOUSE, WRIGHT, 1950, 2013

[litho ink on muslin with wooden frame after flw cement windows: 15 x 15 x 2 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and dodgegallery, new york estimated retail value: $2,500 websites: www.dodge-gallery.com, www.rebecca-chamberlain.com


Matthew Chambers 014

IS THERE ONE THAT WOULDN'T WEEP, 2012 [oil and acrylic on canvas: 96 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist and untitled, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.nyuntitled.com


Theresa Chong 015

BGV#12 0:55", 2000-13

[pencil and gouache on echizen gampi paper: 12 3/4 x 12 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, danese corey, new york; and holly johnson gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $4,250 gallery websites: www.danesecorey.com, www.hollyjohnsongalllery.com


Marti Cormand 016

FORMALIZING THEIR CONCEPT: JOSEPH KOSUTH'S "ONE AND THREE CHAIRS", 1965, 2013

[graphite on paper and oil on paper (tape): 14 x 46 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and josée bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,300 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Sarah Crowner 017

UNTITLED, 2013

[gouache on sewn canvas and fabric: 36 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist and nicelle beauchene gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,500 gallery website: www.nicellebeauchene.com


Abraham Cruzvillegas 018

DEVELOPMENT AS FREEDOM, 2010

[used skateboard, found wood, and dahlia root: 48 x 53 x 31 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and kurimanzutto, mexico city estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.kurimanzutto.com


Daniel Cummings 019

BOSA, 2012

[oil on canvas: 48 x 43 inches] courtesy of the artist and acme, los angeles estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.acmelosangeles.com


Jose DĂĄvila 020

UNTITLED, 2011

[hand cut and high temperature painted ceramic: 19 3/4 x 19 3/4 x 3 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and travesĂ­a cuatro, madrid estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.travesiacuatro.com


Francesca DiMattio 021

FLATWARE, 2013

[oil, acrylic, and collage on canvas: 40 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist, pippy houldsworth gallery, london; and salon 94, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery websites: www.houldsworth.co.uk, www.salon94.com


Michael Dopp 022

UNTITLED (SHAPE PAINTING, PALE FLOATING), 2012

[cel-vinyl, tempera, fabric dye, and ink on canvas: 40 x 28 inches] courtesy of the artist and roberts & tilton, culver city estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.robertsandtilton.com


Stef Driesen 023

UNTITLED, 2013

[oil on linen: 39 3/8 x 19 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and marc foxx gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $7,300 gallery website: www.marcfoxx.com


Jacob El Hanani 024

GAUZE, 2011

[ink on paper: 9 x 12 inches] courtesy of the artist and holly johnson gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $9,300 gallery website: www.hollyjohnsongallery.com


Tracey Emin 025

TRUST YOURSELF, 2012

[neon: 11 3/8 x 45 7/8 inches] edition 3 of 10 courtesy of the artist and lehmann maupin gallery, new york and hong kong estimated retail value: $54,300 gallery website: www.lehmannmaupin.com


Morten Løbner Espersen 026

HORROR VACUI, 2012

[purple stoneware vessel: 22 1/4 x 18 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist and hedge gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.hedgegallery.com


Garth Evans 027

FALSE START, 1988

[epoxy resin, fiberglass, and paint over polystyrene: 29 x 19 x 13 inches] courtesy of the artist and johannes vogt gallery, new york estimated retail value: $25,000 websites: www.vogtgallery.com, www.garthevans.com


Emily Eveleth 028

UNTITLED, 2013

[oil on mylar: 7 x 8 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese corey, new york estimated retail value: $3,900 gallery website: www.danesecorey.com


Liam Everett 029

UNTITLED, 2013

[ink, acrylic, alcohol, and salt on canvas backed with muslin: 62 1/4 x 40 inches] courtesy of the artist and altman siegel gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.altmansiegel.com


Sam Falls 030

UNTITLED (PAINTED PHOTOGRAMS, LATTICE 56), 2013

[acrylic on c-print: 36 1/4 x 29 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and hannah hoffman gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $12,700 gallery website: www.hannahhoffmangallery.com


Julian Faulhaber 031

KABINEN (CABINS), 2005

[lambda print: 30 x 57 inches] edition of 7 courtesy of the artist and hasted kraeutler, new york; Š julian faulhaber/ hasted kraeutler/ artists rights society, ny estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.hastedkraeutler.com


Judy Fiskin 032

UNTITLED, FROM THE DINGBAT SERIES, 1982 - 1983

[gelatin silver print: 8 x 6 inches each] editions 1 of 6 and 2 of 6 courtesy of the artist and van doren waxter, new york estimated retail value: $10,000, sold as a pair gallery website: www.vandorenwaxter.com


Darren Blackstone Foote 033

LIGHTNING STRIKE (QUADRIPTYCH), 2012 [cowhide on panel: 21 1/2 x 63 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and dodgegallery, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 websites: www.dodge-gallery.com, www.darrenfoote.com


Tom Friedman 034

RALLY, 2009

[flock and glitter on paper: 40 x 77 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist, stephen friedman gallery, london; and luhring augustine, new york estimated retail value: $125,000 gallery websites: www.stephenfriedman.com, www.luhringaugustine.com


Cyprien Gaillard 035

GATES, 2013

[frottage: 59 x 59 inches] courtesy of the artist, sprĂźth magers berlin and london; and gladstone gallery, new york and brussels estimated retail value: $33,000 gallery websites: www.spruethmagers.com, www.gladstonegallery.com


Sid Garrison 036

JUNE 17, 2004, 2004

[colored pencil on paper: 10 x 10 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese corey, new york estimated retail value: $2,750 gallery website: www.danesecorey.com


Ori Gersht 037

LOVE ME LOVE ME NOT: UNTITLED 06, 2013 [c-print mounted on dibond: 47 1/4 x 47 1/4 inches] edition of 8 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist and crg gallery, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.crggallery.com


Fernanda Gomes 038

UNTITLED, 2013

[paintbrush, paint, and nail: 5 5/8 x 1 x 3/4 inches] courtesy of alison jacques gallery, london estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.alisonjacquesgallery.com


Alexander Gorlizki 039

GOING STEADY, 2013

[pigment on bookprint: 13 1/2 x 10 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and van doren waxter, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 gallery website: www.vandorenwaxter.com


Aiko Hachisuka 040

HI-C, 2012

[monoprint: 38 x 25 inches] edition unique courtesy of the artist and eleven rivington, new york estimated retail value: $2,900 gallery website: www.elevenrivington.com


Karl Haendel 041

BOOKS WITH HOLES #2 (FICTION AND THE VAGINA), 2013

[enamel and pencil on cut paper: 40 x 26 inches] courtesy of the artist and susanne vielmetter los angeles projects, los angeles estimated retail value: $9,100 gallery website: www.vielmetter.com


Lia Halloran 042

CRYSTALLINE FORMS: PARTS 33, 34, 35, 2011

[ink on drafting film: 17 x 14 inches each]

courtesy of the artist and dckt contemporary inc., new york estimated retail value: $4,800 gallery website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


Trenton Doyle Hancock 043

THE DEVIL, 2013

[mixed media on canvas: 24 x 24 inches] courtesy of the artist and james cohan gallery, new york and shanghai; Š trenton doyle hancock estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.jamescohan.com


Peter Harkawik 044

HOT JAVA 5B, 2013

[acrylic paint and varnish on hand-cut print, pva glue, and laser-cut perspex: 22 x 30 inches] courtesy of thomas solomon gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $1,200 gallery website: www.thomassolomongallery.com


Richard Hawkins 045

SARRASINE 5, 2012

[collage: 19 1/2 x 16 5/8 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and greene naftali gallery, new york estimated retail value: $8,500 gallery website: www.greenenaftaligallery.com


Karen Heagle 046

VULTURE ON A BRANCH, 2013

[acrylic, ink, silver leaf, and collage on paper: 46 1/2 x 45 inches]

courtesy of the artist and churner and churner, new york estimated retail value: $8,100 gallery website: www.churnerandchurner.com


Jay Heikes 047

MOONSHINE, 2011

[ink, dry pigment, acrylic, paper, and aluminum: 49 x 37 inches] courtesy of the artist and marianne boesky gallery, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.marianneboeskygallery.com


Andrew Holmquist 048

TIED UP, 2013

[oil and spray paint on canvas: 72 x 60 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist and carrie secrist gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.secristgallery.com


Tony Horton 049

You may bid on Dream Weaver or commission Tony to create a custom art piece: sculptural room screen, wall art, or functional art. Tony has created award-wining designs internationally and is known for his graphic and sculptural style. A longtime supporter of TWO x TWO, Tony has donated paintings for the past 13 TWO x TWO events. Receive a personal tour of his Dallas studio, and, with your direction, he will create a one-of-a-kind piece of art.

DREAM WEAVER, 2013

[wood fabrication with painted surface: 96 x 96 x 24 inches] edition AP, series of 21 courtesy of tony horton collection estimated retail value: $12,000 artist website: www.tonyhortoncollection.com


Jessica Jackson Hutchins 050

MERRY GO ROUND, 2009

[collage on paper: 27 x 19 inches] courtesy of the artist and laurel gitlen, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.laurelgitlen.com


Nathan Hylden 051

UNTITLED, 2013

[acrylic on aluminum: 77 1/2 x 57 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery website: www.johannkoenig.de


Otis Jones 052

24 LINES, 1994

[mixed media on paper: 30 x 22 inches] courtesy of the artist and holly johnson gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $4,000 gallery website: www.hollyjohnsongallery.com


Raffi Kalenderian 053

ELLIOTT, 2005

[pencil and oil on paper: 24 x 18 inches] courtesy of orc inc., new york, and peter kilchmann, zĂźrich estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.peterkilchmann.com


Jason Karolak 054

UNTITLED (P - 1310), 2013 [oil on panel: 17 x 14 inches]

courtesy of the artist and mckenzie fine art, new york estimated retail value: $2,500 gallery website: www.mckenziefineart.com


Jacob Kassay 055

UNTITLED, 2010

[linen on wood support: 6 x 60 inches] courtesy of the artist and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.303gallery.com


Caitlin Keogh 056

TAGADA, 2011

[acrylic on mdf: 16 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and leslie fritz gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.lesliefritzgallery.com


Zak Kitnick 057

AMERICAN SHIPS (AMERICAN BREAD), 2013 [direct-to-substrate print on unfinished steel shelving: 47 1/2 x 28 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and clifton benevento, new york estimated retail value: $6,500 gallery website: www.cliftonbenevento.com


David Korty 058

FILM STRIP (WARHOL), 2013

[acrylic, ink, gouache, paper, and canvas: 72 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist and night gallery, los angeles

estimated retail value: $14,000 gallery website: www.nightgallery.ca


Alexander Kroll 059

FRANK O'HARA, 2013

[oil on canvas: 76 x 67 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $11,500 artist website: www.alexanderkroll.com


Andrew Kuo 060

TROUBLE (8/13/13), 2013

[acrylic and carbon transfer on panel and laminated paper: 51 x 38 inches] courtesy of the artist and marlborough chelsea, new york; Š andrew kuo estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.marlboroughchelsea.com


Wolfgang Laib 061

FROM THE CUP OF YOUR DIVINE LOVE MY SOUL IS SWIMMING AND DISSOLVED IS ALL EARTHLINESS OF MY BODY--RUMI, 2007 [pencil and oil pastel on paper: 31 1/2 x 47 1/4 inches] courtesy of sperone westwater, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.speronewestwater.com


Laura Lancaster 062

IS THAT A FACE?, 2013

[oil on canvas: 55 1/8 x 70 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and workplace gallery, gateshead estimated retail value: $12,250 gallery website: www.workplacegallery.co.uk


Annie Lapin 063

THE PATTERNING DEEP, 2013 [oil on linen: 30 x 24 inches]

courtesy of the artist and honor fraser gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.honorfraser.com


Stephen Lapthisophon 064

SHELLS, 2013

[latex, glue, egg shells, coffee, pastel, and spray paint: 35 x 23 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and conduit gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $4,500 websites: www.conduitgallery.com, www.stephenlapthisophon.com


Elad Lassry 065

BARRELS, BOTTLES, GLASSES, 2011

[c-print and walnut frame: 14 1/2 x 11 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches] edition 1 of 5 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist, david kordansky gallery, los angeles; and 303 gallery, new york estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery websites: www.davidkordanskygallery.com, www.303gallery.com


Robert Lazzarini 066

SPEED LIMIT SIGN (SHOT UP), 2012

[aluminum, paint, and vinyl stickers: 21 x 26 1/2 x 1 inches] edition 2 of 3 + 1 AP courtesy of the artist and honor fraser gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.honorfraser.com


Conrad Leach 067

LUCKY 13, 2013

[screen print and acrylic on paper: 22 5/8 x 21 5/8 inches] edition AP courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $1,400 artist website: www.conradleach.com


Jeff Leatham 068

WATERFORD CRYSTAL FLEUROLOGY, 2013

[crystal vase/sculpture: 12-inch diameter rose bowl, 8-inch diameter rose bowl] exclusive for two x two courtesy of the artist and waterford crystal estimated retail value: $7,000 websites: www.waterfordcrystal.com, www.jeffleatham.com


Gonzalo Lebrija 069

LAMENTO DORADO, 2013

[gold coated ceramic: 23 5/8 x 8 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches] edition 3 of 10 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist and travesĂ­a cuatro, madrid estimated retail value: $11,000 gallery website: www.travesiacuatro.com


Paul Lee 070

UNTITLED (TRIPLE NEGATIVE), 2011

[towels, cotton thread, ink, and wire hoops: 72 x 42 inches] courtesy of the artist, stuart shave modern art, london; and maccarone, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery websites: www.modernart.net, www.maccarone.net


John Lehr 071

PHONE BOOTH, 2013

[pigmented inkjet print mounted on sintra: 34 x 27 inches] edition 1 of 5 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist and kate werble gallery, new york estimated retail value: $3,200 gallery website: www.katewerblegallery.com


JosĂŠ Lerma 072

PORTRAIT OF ANGELO MARIANI, 2013

[silicone on canvas: 60 x 48 inches] courtesy of the artist, andrea rosen gallery, new york; and regen projects, los angeles

estimated retail value: $24,000 gallery websites: www.andrearosengallery.com, www.regenprojects.com


Tony Lewis 073

ANDFEDDEL, 2013

[pencil, graphite powder, and tape on paper: 84 x 60 inches] courtesy of the artist and shane campbell gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.shanecampbellgallery.com


Anne Lindberg 074

PARALLEL 22, 2009

[graphite on cotton mat board: 58 x 51 x 1 inches] courtesy of the artist and carrie secrist gallery, chicago estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery website: www.secristgallery.com


Linder 075

DAUGHTERS OF THE PROMISED LAND V, 2012 [collage: 11 3/8 x 7 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist, blum & poe, los angeles; and stuart shave modern art, london estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery websites: www.blumandpoe.com, www.modernart.net


Graham Little 076

UNTITLED (AMBER), 2012

[gouache and colored pencil on paper: 16 7/8 x 11 3/8 inches] courtesy of alison jacques gallery, london estimated retail value: $25,000 gallery website: www.alisonjacquesgallery.com


Charles Long 077

UNTITLED, 2009

[glazed hand-painted ceramic: 8 1/2 x 10 x 8 1/2 inches] edition of 20, each unique courtesy of the artist and cumulus studios, new york estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.cumulus-studios.com


Israel Lund 078

UNTITLED, 2013

[acrylic on raw canvas: 44 x 34 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $7,500 artist website: www.israellund.com


Nathan Mabry 079

ICKY-BANA (STANDING WOMAN III/OISEAU-TÊTE), 2012

[wood, déble carving, plastic, and epoxy clay: 74 x 18 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist and cherry and martin, los angeles estimated retail value: $55,000 gallery website: www.cherryandmartin.com


Jorge Macchi 080

red, 2012

[watercolor on paper: 15 7/8 x 11 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and alexander and bonin, new york estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.alexanderandbonin.com


Goshka Macuga 081

THE MARVELLOUS RELEASE, 2010

[collage on fiber-based paper: 22 3/8 x 29 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and andrew kreps gallery, new york estimated retail value: $8,500 gallery website: www.andrewkreps.com


Kirsten Macy 082

GHOST OF A DREAM, 2012 - 2013

[oil enamel on canvas: 36 x 36 x 2 inches]

courtesy of the artist and barry whistler gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery website: www.barrywhistlergallery.com


Anna Maria Maiolino 083

UNTITLED, FROM VIDA AFORA SERIES--FOTOPOEMAÇAO, 1981, 2009

[black and white photograph: 15 3/4 x 10 5/8 inches] edition 1 of 5 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist and hauser & wirth, new york, london, and zurich estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.hauserwirth.com


Dashiell Manley 084

apparent space 1, rosco73, textured silver, 2013

[ink, gouache, polymer medium, lighting gel, acrylic sheet, wood, canvas, and aluminum: 48 x 36 x 1 1/2 inches] work is two-sided

courtesy of the artist, jessica silverman gallery, san francisco; and redling fine art, los angeles estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery websites: www.jessicasilvermangallery.com, www.redlingfineart.com


Robert Mapplethorpe 085

LYDIA CHENG, 1984

[silver gelatin print: 20 x 16 inches] edition of 10 + 2 AP courtesy of the robert mapplethorpe foundation, new york; and sean kelly gallery, new york; Š robert mapplethorpe foundation, used by permission estimated retail value: $8,700 websites: www.mapplethorpe.org, www.skny.com


Servane Mary 086

UNTITLED (WOMEN WITH GUNS, GREEN), 2013

[inkjet print on mylar rescue blanket: 45 1/2 x 33 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and martos gallery, new york estimated retail value: $6,000 websites: www.servanemary.com, www.martosgallery.com


Yutaka Matsuda 087

UNTITLED (SM-A), year unknown

[acrylic, electric motor, canvas and board: 6 1/4 x 9 inches] courtesy of whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: www.whitestonegallery.co.jp


Yutaka Matsuda 088

UNTITLED (SM-C), year unknown

[acrylic, electric motor, canvas and board: 6 1/4 x 9 inches] courtesy of whitestone gallery, tokyo

estimated retail value: $3,000 gallery website: www.whitestonegallery.co.jp


John McAllister 089

SOME NIGHTS LUSTERLIKE, 2013 [oil on canvas: 21 x 17 inches]

courtesy of the artist and james fuentes gallery llc, new york estimated retail value: $12,500 gallery website: www.jamesfuentes.com


Tom McKinley 090

CASA ALTA, 2012

[oil on panel: 26 x 50 inches] courtesy of john berggruen gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery website: www.berggruen.com


Sarah Morris 091

ROZHOVOR [THE CONVERSATION], 2013 [gouache and ink on poster: 15 3/4 x 11 3/8 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $18,100 artist website: www.sarah-morris.info


Sadamasa Motonaga 092

GREEN MIGHISHITA, 1985

[acrylic on canvas: 6 1/4 x 9 inches] courtesy of whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $7,000 gallery website: www.whitestonegallery.co.jp


Sadamasa Motonaga 093

UENOHOU HA MASSHIRO, 1988

[acrylic on canvas: 16 1/8 x 12 1/2 inches] courtesy of whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.whitestonegallery.co.jp


Saburo Murakami 094

SAKUHIN, 1959

[synthetic-resin paint on cotton: 45 7/8 x 35 7/8 inches] courtesy of the estate of saburo murakami, osaka; artcourt gallery, osaka; and mccaffrey fine art, new york estimated retail value: $175,000 gallery websites: www.mccaffreyfineart.com, www.artcourtgallery.com


Senkichiro Nasaka 095

WORK, 1958

[mixed media on paper: 14 3/8 x 19 3/4 inches] courtesy of whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $9,000 gallery website: www.whitestonegallery.co.jp


Shaun O'Dell 096

2ND.FEELINGS.#17, 2011

[ink on paper: 24 x 20 inches]

courtesy of the artist and inman gallery, houston estimated retail value: $3,500 gallery website: www.inmangallery.com


Alex Olson 097

SPACE, 2013

[oil and modeling paste on linen: 51 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and lisa cooley, new york; photo Š brian forrest estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery website: www.lisa-cooley.com


Julian Opie 098

SUMMER 07., 2012

[inkjet face mounted on toughened glass with aluminum frame: 44 5/8 x 79 1/4 x 1 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and lisson gallery, london; Š julian opie estimated retail value: $40,000 gallery website: www.lissongallery.com


Anthony Pearson 099

UNTITLED (PLASTER POSITIVE), 2013

[hydrocal and walnut: 43 3/4 x 31 3/4 x 3 inches] courtesy of the artist, shane campbell gallery, chicago; marianne boesky gallery, new york; and david kordansky gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery websites: www.shanecampbellgallery.com, www.marianneboeskygallery.com, www.davidkordanskygallery.com


Adam Pendleton 100

BRICKS, 2013

[silkscreen ink on mirror polished stainless steel panel: 13 x 27 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and pace gallery, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 gallery website: www.pacegallery.com


Emilio Perez 101

JUST ANOTHER, 2012

[acrylic and latex on wood panel: 48 x 40 x 2 inches] courtesy of the artist and galerie lelong, new york estimated retail value: $18,000 websites: www.galerielelong.com, www.emilioperezart.com


Mai-Thu Perret 102

NEEDLE AND MUSTARD SEED MEET, 2013

[glazed ceramic: 19 x 14 5/8 x 1 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and david kordansky gallery, los angeles; photo Š mareike tocha estimated retail value: $17,500 gallery website: www.davidkordanskygallery.com


Alessandro Pessoli 103

ATOMO CHE SOGNA AND CERVIA MILANO MARITTIMA 1974, 2013

[maiolica ceramic, bronze, and steel: 58 x 33 x 19 inches] courtesy of the artist and anton kern gallery, new york estimated retail value: $40,000 gallery website: www.antonkerngallery.com


Jerry Phillips 104

BALZAC, 2010

[graphite on paper: 12 x 9 inches] courtesy of the artist and feature inc., new york estimated retail value: $4,200 gallery website: www.featureinc.com


Garrett Pruter 105

FLOATERS, 2012

[collage, found photograph, and vintage poster: 40 x 30 inches] courtesy of the artist and judith charles gallery, new york estimated retail value: $2,400 gallery website: www.judithcharlesgallery.com


Jon Rafman 106

LAKESIDE DRIVE, COFFEYVILLE, KANSAS, 2013

[archival pigment print mounted on dibond: 40 x 64 inches] edition 1 of 1 courtesy of the artist and zach feuer gallery, new york estimated retail value: $7,850 gallery website: www.zachfeuer.com


Ry Rocklen 107

COAT STAND PROUD, 2013

[trophy parts, laminated plywood, edgebanding, and hardware: 74 x 24 x 24 inches] courtesy of thomas solomon gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.thomassolomongallery.com


Will Rogan 108

WHEN TIME STANDS STILL, 2010

[silver gelatin print: 16 x 20 inches] edition 1 of 3 + 1 AP courtesy of the artist and laurel gitlen, new york estimated retail value: $3,300 gallery website: www.laurelgitlen.com


Ugo Rondinone 109

THE PROUD, 2013

[bluestone, granite, and steel: 73 x 18 x 18 inches] courtesy of the artist and gladstone gallery, new york and brussels estimated retail value: $75,000 gallery website: www.gladstonegallery.com


Susie Rosmarin 110

(#348) "V" STUDY-GDL, 2006

[acrylic on canvas: 20 x 20 inches]

courtesy of the artist and danese corey, new york estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.danesecorey.com


Analia Saban 111

POCKET WATCH #2, 2013

[graphite on laser sculpted paper: 36 1/4 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist, sprĂźth magers berlin and london; tanya bonakdar gallery, new york; and thomas solomon gallery, los angeles estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery websites: www.spruethmagers.com, www.tanyabonakdargallery.com, www.thomassolomongallery.com


Andres Serrano 112

PISS ELEGANCE, 1987

[cibachrome print: 14 x 11 inches] edition of 50 courtesy of peter r. stern estimated retail value: $4,000 artist website: www.andresserrano.org


Cindy Sherman 113

UNTITLED, 2010/2012

[chromogenic color print: 34 x 23 1/4 inches] edition 2 of 10 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist and metro pictures, new york estimated retail value: $55,000 gallery website: www.metropictures.com


Jay Shinn 114

ILLUMINATED ICON #12, 2012

[neon, enamel, mirror plexiglas, and frosted plexiglass: 38 1/2 x 28 1/2 x 7 inches] courtesy of the artist and marty walker gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $9,500 websites: www.martywalkergallery.com, www.jayshinn.com


Paul Sietsema 115

UNTITLED zip, 2013

[oil on found canvas: 33 5/8 x 32 inches] work is two-sided courtesy of the artist and and matthew marks gallery, new york and los angeles; Š paul sietsema estimated retail value: $75,000 gallery website: www.matthewmarks.com


Paul Anthony Smith 116

GENERAL, 2012

[unique picotage on pigment print, mounted on dibond: 30 x 20 inches] courtesy of the artist and ziehersmith, new york estimated retail value: $4,500 gallery website: www.ziehersmith.com


Ken Solomon 117

LOOKING DOWN FROM ABOVE - 33.75434 N 118.21113 W, 2013

[watercolor on paperboard: 15 1/2 x 30 1/4 inches; 9 panels, 7 3/4 x 5 3/4 inches each] courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $10,000 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com


Kishio Suga 118

CENTER OF EDGE 921, 1992

[wood and acrylic: 23 5/8 x 21 5/8 x 8 5/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and blum & poe, los angeles estimated retail value: $15,000 gallery website: www.blumandpoe.com


Emily Sundblad 119

GRID, 2010

[oil on canvas: 17 x 13 inches] courtesy of the artist and house of gaga, mexico city estimated retail value: $8,000 gallery website: www.houseofgaga.com


Julianne Swartz 120

STRETCH DRAWING #6, 2012

[rock, wood, and abaca paper: 7 x 6 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches]

courtesy of the artist and josĂŠe bienvenu gallery, new york estimated retail value: $5,200 gallery website: www.joseebienvenugallery.com.


Hadi Tabatabai 121

WEAVE #8, 2009

[pencil on paper: 9 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese corey, new york estimated retail value: $1,300 gallery website: www.danesecorey.com


Kevin Tachman 122

RICK OWENS FW/13, 2013

[photograph: 28 x 39 inches] courtesy of the artist

estimated retail value: $2,750 artist website: www.kevintachman.com


Jiro Takamatsu 123

ONENESS OF PAPER, 1983

[pencil, colored paper, and paper: 20 x 14 1/4 inches] courtesy of the estate of jiro takamatsu, tokyo; yumiko chiba associates, tokyo; and mccaffrey fine art, new york estimated retail value: $45,000 gallery websites: www.mccaffreyfineart.com, www.ycassociates.co.jp


Atsuko Tanaka 124

UNTITLED, 1999

[pastel on paper: 5 3/8 x 5 5/8 inches] courtesy of whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.whitestonegallery.co.jp


Caragh Thuring 125

THE ACTUAL SCENE, 2013

[gesso, silver leaf, acrylic, graphite, and egg tempera on linen: 40 1/8 x 55 7/8 inches] courtesy of the artist and simon preston gallery, new york estimated retail value: $20,000 gallery websites: www.simonprestongallery.com, www.anthonymeierfinearts.com


Rirkrit Tiravanija 126

UNTITLED 2013 (I AM BUSY), 2013

[mirror polished stainless steel: 95 x 47 inches] edition 1 of 2 + 1 AP courtesy of the artist and gavin brown's enterprise, new york estimated retail value: $55,000 gallery website: www.gavinbrown.biz


Quinn Tivey 127

IN VOGUE, 2012

[archival pigment print: 26 x 19 1/2 inches] edition 1 of 3 + 2 AP courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $1,700 artist website: www.quinntivey.com


Timothy Tompkins 128

REENACTMENT V.6, 2010

[commercial enamel on aluminum: 27 x 36 inches] courtesy of the artist and dckt contemporary inc., new york estimated retail value: $5,500 gallery website: www.dcktcontemporary.com


Amikam Toren 129

REPRODUCTION PAINTING NO.3A, 2012 [oil on canvas: 23 1/2 x 20 1/2 x 1/2 inches]

courtesy of the artist and jessica silverman gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $13,000 gallery website: www.jessicasilvermangallery.com


Rosemarie Trockel 130

MID-MARCH, 2013

[mixed acrylic material: 23 5/8 x 19 3/4 x 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, sprüth magers berlin and london; and gladstone gallery, new york and brussels; © rosemarie trockel, vg bild-kunst, bonn 2013 (resp. ars); photo © ben hermanni, 2013 estimated retail value: $80,000 gallery websites: www.spruethmagers.com, www.gladstonegallery.com


Daniel Turner 131

UNTITLED 5150 (4 -10 -13), 2013

[bitumen emulsion, vinyl, and wood: 16 3/4 x 14 5/8 x 3 3/4 inches] courtesy of the artist and franklin parrasch gallery, new york estimated retail value: $12,000 gallery website: www.franklinparrasch.com


Lynne Woods Turner 132

UNTITLED (963), 2011

[pencil and colored pencil on paper: 12 x 12 inches] courtesy of the artist and danese corey, new york estimated retail value: $2,600 gallery website: www.danesecorey.com


Luc Tuymans 133

MR. SAGAWA, 2013

[oil on canvas: 45 5/8 x 62 1/4 inches] courtesy of the artist, david zwirner, new york; and zeno x gallery, antwerp estimated retail value: $700,000 gallery websites: www.davidzwirner.com, www.zeno-x.com


Like all creative people, artists recoil at being categorized. Born in Mortsel, Belgium, in 1958, Luc Tuymans lives and works in Antwerp. The wide expanse of Tuymans's artistic achievements makes him commensurately difficult to describe pithily. His paintings are deceptively inviting to those hungering for representational art. But the invitation comes with major caveats. There is much roiling beneath his typically dry, thin, sparing palette. Tuymans mines images of everything from public figures to complex geopolitical events. His pictures are layered with an awareness of the painterly tradition preceding and informing him, and the relentless onslaught of mass culture. Tuymans generously donated a recent work titled Mr. Sagawa (2013) to TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art. Its sale will benefit the Dallas Museum of Art and amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research. At a quick glance, Mr. Sagawa portrays a man on a staircase, partially hidden by a potted plant. The seemingly innocuous subject of Tuymans’ painting is anything but. Issei Sagawa, born in 1949, is a Japanese man who murdered and cannibalized a Dutch woman named Renée Hartevelt. Five-foot tall Sagawa blamed his sexual perversions on a strict upbringing. He moved from Japan to Paris at the age of 28 to pursue a doctorate at the Sorbonne. Four years later, he invited a classmate to his apartment, shot her in the neck, sodomized her corpse, and tried to eat her. Upon realizing that a butcher knife was needed, he procured one and returned to the scene of the crime. This grisly plan played out for two days, after which he sought to hide the mutilated remains in a lake but was spotted by onlookers, and arrested by authorities who found parts of the deceased in his refrigerator. Extradited to Japan, Sagawa was eventually allowed to check himself out of a mental hospital when Japanese authorities were prevented from obtaining French court documents. He has been free since the summer of 1986, and has written about his crime with seeming impunity. Like the gruesome crime committed over thirty years ago, this haunting portrayal of the respectfully titled “Mr.” Sagawa leaves more questions asked than answered. The white-clad cannibal grins down at us from the staircase, safe from our reproach, out of the reach of the law, and unaffected by the devastation he brought to another human being and her family and friends. We are left to wonder if this canvas is based on a snapshot taken in the very Paris apartment building where the crime was committed. By consecrating an image of this criminal in a cherished and precious medium, Tuymans compels us to reflect on how easily we stray into voyeurism, and how the border between titillation and disgust is fading given the ubiquity, instantaneity, and evanescence of violent imagery in our planet’s media-saturated atmosphere. Tuymans is a master at mining the poignant intersection of man-made beauty and horror. As a museum director I am often confronted with the challenge of presenting dark or painful artworks in a context today awash with commerce, entertainment, and the expectation of effortless pleasure. Artists like Tuymans obligate us to look into our soul, and deny us an easy relationship with art as we witness the misconduct of the human race on television, in tabloids, on the web, and here, in paint. In the process, he reminds us that voyeurism is not blameless--while not being culpable of the crime, we are, through our passivity, complicit in the cover-up. By Maxwell L. Anderson, The Eugene McDermott Director, Dallas Museum of Art


Chiyu Uemae 134

UNTITLED, 1971

[oil on canvas: 39 3/8 x 31 5/8 inches] courtesy of whitestone gallery, tokyo estimated retail value: $100,000 gallery website: www.whitestonegallery.co.jp


Tam Van Tran 135

POP EXPLOSION, 2013

[copper, palm leaf, and cardboard on canvas: 82 x 70 inches] courtesy of ameringer | mcenery | yohe, new york; anthony meier fine arts, san francisco; and susanne vielmetter los angeles projects, los angeles estimated retail value: $25,800 gallery websites: www.amy-nyc.com, www.anthonymeierfinearts.com, www.vielmetter.com


Mary Weatherford 136

HELLHOUND ON MY TRAIL (ROBERT JOHNSON, DALLAS 6/20/37), 2013 [flashe and neon on linen: 66 x 58 inches] courtesy of the artist, brennan & griffin, new york; and david kordansky gallery, los angeles

estimated retail value: $35,000 gallery websites: www.brennangriffin.com, www.davidkordanskygallery.com


William Wegman 137

ORANGINA, 2008

[pigment print: 30 x 40 inches] edition 1 of 3 courtesy of the artist and marc selwyn fine art, los angeles estimated retail value: $7,500 gallery website: www.marcselwynfineart.com


Garth Weiser 138

SHIFTED, PERC, SPEEDY J, ETC., 2013 [oil on canvas: 51 x 43 inches]

courtesy of the artist and casey kaplan gallery, new york estimated retail value: $32,000 gallery websites: www.caseykaplangallery.com, www.altmansiegel.com


Jack Whitten 139

SPACE BUSTERS II, 2013

[acrylic and polyurethane on panel: 16 x 20 inches] courtesy of the artist and alexander gray associates, new york estimated retail value: $30,000 gallery websites: www.alexandergray.com, www.zeno-x.com


Garry Winogrand 140

DALLAS, TEXAS, 1964

[gelatin silver print: 8 1/2 x 12 3/4 inches] edition 7 of 75 courtesy of fraenkel gallery, san francisco estimated retail value: $5,000 gallery website: www.fraenkelgallery.com


Ulrich Wulff 141

HAT, 2013

[oil on canvas: 24 x 16 inches] courtesy of the artist estimated retail value: $4,000 artist website: www.ulrichwulff.de


Jeff Zilm 142

HAXON, 2013

[dye, silver halide, acrylic and gelatin emulsion, and optical sound on canvas: 48 x 34 x 1 1/2 inches] courtesy of the artist and oliver francis gallery, dallas estimated retail value: $5,000 websites: www.oliverfrancisgallery.com, www.jeffzilm.net


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 2013 Design Auction Sponsor, for assembling a thoughtful collection of iconic chairs for this year’s auction. This collection of famous and beloved chair designs from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries is a tribute to the “history of the chair” in celebration of 15 years of TWO x TWO history.


Mario Bellini for Heller® 143 Is there such a thing as an instant classic? We think it may be Mario Bellini’s 1998 chair design for Heller®, which earned him his eighth Compasso d’Oro award. Working with injection-molded, fiberglassreinforced plastic, the celebrated Italian architect and designer created a sturdy, stackable and lightweight chair that’s as beautiful as it is versatile. Exceptionally comfortable with a slightly flexible back, it’s tough enough to withstand use in a busy restaurant while elegant enough to flatter a sophisticated studio or home. Made in USA.

BELLINI CHAIR®, 1998

[one piece injection molding of modified, fiberglass reinforced polypropylene: 33 x 18 x 18 inches, seat height 18 1/2 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $150 website: www.dwr.com


Harry Bertoia for Knoll®

144 With his iconic seating collection, Harry Bertoia transformed industrial wire rods into a new furniture form. The events that made this work possible began a decade earlier at Cranbrook Academy of Art when Bertoia met Florence Knoll Bassett (then Florence Schust). Years later, the Italian-born designer was invited to work for Florence and her husband Hans Knoll. Bertoia was given the freedom to work on whatever suited him, without being held to a strict design agenda, and the result of this arrangement was the Bertoia Seating Collection (1952). Featuring a delicate filigreed appearance that’s supremely strong, these airy seats are sculpted out of steel rods. In his art, Bertoia experimented with open forms and metal work, and these chairs were an extension of that work. “If you look at the chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture," said Bertoia. ”Space passes through them.” After designing his seating collection, Bertoia returned to focusing mostly on sculpture. His work was often used in projects by Eero Saarinen (another Cranbrook friend), notably at MIT and the Dulles International Airport. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in Italy.

BERTOIA SIDE CHAIR, 1952

[welded steel rods, chrome polished finish: 28 3/4 x 21 3/4 x 19 3/4 inches, seat height 17 3/4 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $539 website: www.dwr.com


Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller® 145 A refreshing variant of the LCW (1946), the Upholstered LCW sports Kvadrat Divina fabric on its front side. Hailed by Time magazine as the Best Design of the 20th Century, this iconic chair began as an experiment in the Eameses’ apartment, where they were molding plywood in what they called the “Kazam! Machine.” The machine pressed thin sheets of wood veneer against a heated membrane that was inflated by a bicycle pump. Humble beginnings for what would become one of the world’s most widely recognized and highly coveted chairs. Low-slung, with an expertly crafted molded seat and back (no bike pumps are used today), this chair cradles you in a comfortable position. Its form relates directly to the human body and holds no secrets as to how it succeeds technically. Rubber shock mounts buffer against jarring movement. This original is an authentic product of Herman Miller, Inc. Eames is a licensed trademark of Herman Miller. Made in U.S.A. * LCW stands for lounge chair with wood legs.

EAMES® UPHOLSTERED MOLDED PLYWOOD LOUNGE CHAIR (LCW), 1946

[molded five-ply seat and back, ebony-stained ash veneer, maharam divina by kvadrat (100% wool): 26 1/2 x 22 x 24 1/4 inches, seat height 15 1/2 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $1,858 website: www.dwr.com


Emeco for the U.S. Navy 146 Legend has it that Wilton Dinges, who founded Emeco in 1944, actually tossed a 1006 Navy Chair out the window of a six-story building. The outcome? A few minor scratches. While we don’t know whether he acted out of anger or curiosity – or both – we do know that the result of his “experiment” speaks volumes about the chair’s quality. Emeco's 77-step patented construction process was invented to satisfy a military need for lightweight, corrosion-resistant equipment. In the late 1990s, the Navy Chair's iconic design began catching the attention of architects and designers, initiating a new era for Emeco. Beginning with soft, recycled aluminum, 1006 Navy seating goes through a series of hand-crafted processes, including heat treatment and anodizing, to render the chair diamond-hard and virtually indestructible. Though imitations of the 1006 exist far and wide, Emeco's Navy Chair is the only one to go through this rigorous production process. Three small welds on the back of the slats are left exposed to indicate that this often-copied seating is the real thing. Specially made stainless steel foot caps are covered with a clear plastic glide to prevent scratching floors or snagging carpets. Optional seat pad available separately. Made in U.S.A.

1006 NAVY® SIDE CHAIR, 1944

[anodized aluminum: 34 x 16 1/2 x 19 1/2 inches, seat height 18 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $470 website: www.dwr.com


JesĂşs Gasca for Stua 147 Introduced in 1994, the Globus Chair has already become a design classic, used in restaurants and public spaces around the world. Most recently, it was installed as the seating at Santiago Calatrava's new pavilion at the Milwaukee Art Museum. The backrest and seat are made from smooth, curving pieces of beech plywood or plastic, molded to provide secure support, while the waterfall seat edge allows for comfort over long periods. The gently curved elliptical hole in the back of the Globus serves multiple purposes beyond its unique design: It allows for additional ventilation and the alleviation of back pressure, and it can be used as a handle for easy maneuvering. Attachments on the seat bottom prevent damage during stacking and plastic glides protect floors. Choose the plastic Globus Chair with stainless frame for use outdoors. Contract quality. Design Within Reach is proud to be the exclusive retailer of Stua products in the U.S. Made in Spain. DWR Exclusive in the U.S.

GLOBUS CHAIR, 1994

[plastic seat and back, stainless steel frame: 32 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 20 inches, seat height 18 1/4 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $281 website: www.dwr.com


Verner Panton 148 "I want to design furniture that grows up out of the floor," said Verner Panton. "To turn the furniture into something organic. Which never has four legs." Pushing materials to their limits was a passion of this Danish architect and designer, who always approached design challenges in unconventional ways. Panton spent three years developing his System 1-2-3 series (1973), which has been rescued from the Panton Estate archives and brought back into production. The 1-2-3 name originally referred to the fact that there were three ways to get it, from a chair without padding to a deluxe, tufted version. With the relaunch, all of the chairs have the same comfortable padding, and only the upholstery options differ. This cantilevered chair delivers slightly springy, pleasing support and a gentle waterfall edge behind your knees. Each chair comes with a certificate of authenticity, and Panton's signature is stamped into the base. Licensed manufacture by Verpan ApS. Produced under license from the Verner Panton Estate Basel, Switzerland. Made in Denmark. * Best of Year! The System 1-2-3 Lounge Chair received Interior Design magazine's top honor for 2011.

DWR Exclusive

SYSTEM 1-2-3 LOUNGE CHAIR, 1973

[brushed aluminum base, form-pressed wood frame, foam padding: 34 x 23 1/2 x 32 inches, seat height 14 1/2 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $1,750 website: www.dwr.com


Xavier Pauchard for Tolix 149 Metalworker Xavier Pauchard not only brought the art of galvanizing steel to France, but took the process to the next level by creating the Marais A Chair (1934), the quintessential cafe chair that was both elegant and robust enough to grace the decks of the S.S. Normandie ocean liner. It takes 100 manual operations to create an A Chair–no two are entirely the same–and the X-shaped reinforcement bar beneath the seat enables each chair to bear the designer's initial. "Xavier Pauchard's Chaise A is a perfect synthesis created by a man possessed of an understanding of raw materials–and the tools used to work them," said Serge Lemoine, former director of Musee d'Orsay, Paris. All Tolix metal furniture is still made in Autun, the same Burgundy town where it all began. Slight surface abrasions and markings are characteristic of the material and part of its hardworking machine aesthetic. Rubber feet prevent damage to floors. The Marais Collection will stand up to the rigors of public use, but should be protected from wet weather conditions to maintain the finish. Stackable up to 10 high. Made in France.

TOLIX® MARAIS A CHAIR, 1934

[sheet steel with epoxy varnish: 33 1/2 x 17 1/2 x 15 inches, seat height 17 3/4 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $250 website: www.dwr.com


Jens Risom for DWR 150 Jens Risom has been a part of the DWR family from the beginning, which is why it’s appropriate that he should be involved with one of the first projects by DWR Design Studio. In 2007, we started collaborating with Risom to reintroduce the chair and ottoman he originally designed in 1949 for the Caribe Hilton Hotel in Puerto Rico. Decades have passed since this collection was in production, and Risom worked closely with us in every step of its return, from reviewing prototypes, to adjusting tiny details, to advocating cost effective changes in the manufacturing process. The Jens Chair and Ottoman (2008) look the same as the ones made in 1949, but thanks to Risom’s input, they are smarter solutions that take advantage of resources and tools that weren’t available 60 years ago. Like all of the furniture by this iconic designer, this collection has a subtle Scandinavian sensibility that works with modern and traditional settings. Or, as Risom put it, "Good design means that anything good will go well with other equally good things." The reversible cushions have removable slipcovers for cleaning.

JENS CHAIR, 2008

[solid walnut frame and maharam milestone fabric, 78% post-industrial recycled polyester, 15% polyester, 7% nylon: 29 1/2 x 28 x 28 inches, seat height 16 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $1,100 website: www.dwr.com


Michael Thonet 151 Defined by its dependable bentwood construction and simple form, the Era Chair (1859) has been in continuous production for more than 150 years. By making the back of the chair and rear legs from a single piece of curved wood, designer Michael Thonet–who perfected the bentwood process for chair-making– eliminated the need for expensive and time-consuming hand-carved joints. The resulting chair is graceful, lightweight and surprisingly strong, the latter of which has been continually proven in cafés and restaurants all over the globe. As with any natural material, slight variations in the texture and color of the wood are to be expected and are not defects. Made in the Czech Republic.

ERA ARM CHAIR, 1859

[solid beech wood, beech plywood seat, water-based stain and varnish or lacquer: 31 1/2 x 23 1/2 x 24 inches, seat height 18 1/4 inches] courtesy of design within reach

estimated retail value: $225 website: www.dwr.com


Hans J. Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son 152 In 1944, Danish designer Hans Wegner began a series of chairs that were inspired by portraits of Danish merchants sitting in Ming Chairs. One of these chairs was the Wishbone Chair (1949), also known as the "Y" or "CH-24," which has been produced by the Danish firm Carl Hansen & Son since 1950. The son of a shoemaker, Wegner was trained as a cabinetmaker before attending the School of Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen, after which he began his career as an architect. Just three years later, Wegner started his own design office, and his work soon caught the eye of the folks at Carl Hansen & Son. The light, sculptural Wishbone Chair was exactly what the Hansen company was looking for to supplement the heavier forms that were popular at the time. However, the Wishbone was a challenging chair to make, as this steam-bent solid wood frame demands perfect craftsmanship and an intimate knowledge of wood joinery. Even today, the seat is still hand woven from paper cord, a durable material developed during WWII as a substitute for jute. Using the best natural materials, the sculptural Wishbone is made to last for generations and offers outstanding sitting comfort. Made in Denmark.

WISHBONE CHAIR, 1949

[solid oak frame with black lacquer finish, paper cord seat: 29 1/2 x 21 3/4 x 20 inches, seat height 17 3/4 inches] courtesy of design within reach estimated retail value: $599 website: www.dwr.com


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


TWO x TWO thanks the generous friends who contributed to the 2013 fashion and luxury auction. This year we have some spectacularly fashionable items, bespoke trends, and red carpet access, as well as unique travel opportunities and other exclusive experiences you will not find anywhere but TWO x TWO. We also thank Nasiba Adilova for her assistance in securing many of these fashion items. Fashion items with Cindy’s “Shop it Now” icon will be on preview display and available for purchase at the full retail price or above at Forty Five Ten from October 17 through October 23, 2013, in honor of “15 Fashionable Years of TWO x TWO.”


"Congratulations to Howard and Cindy and the TWO x TWO team on the 15th anniversary of this stellar event! TWO x TWO is a wonderful example of what can be achieved when different groups come together in the service of humanity. The vision, passion, and generosity of our Dallas friends will help ensure the ultimate success of our search for a cure for AIDS."

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


ALEXANDER McQUEEN DRESSES 153, 154

Photographed exclusively by FD Luxe for the October 2013 issue Photographer: Chris Plavidal; Stylist: Brittany Winter; Both of Sisterbrother Mgmt.


ALEXANDER McQUEEN DRESSES 153, 154 Alexander McQueen’s autumn 2010 collection, his last collection prior to his early death, was inspired by Byzantine art, the carvings of Grinling Gibbons, and Old Master paintings, works by Jean Fouquet, Sandro Botticelli, Stephan Lochner, Hans Memling, Hugo van der Goes, Jean Hey and Heironymus Bosch. Entire art works and/or details were captured digitally, woven into jacquards or embroidered and engineered to fit individual garments. The realization is both innovative and modern, however. Although garments are intricately worked they are light, often cut from a single bolt of fabric, and using as few seams as possible or, on occasion, no seam at all. Volume is created by draping, bulleting and hand-mounting onto organza as opposed to more cumbersome inner structure. Fabrics from this collection included silk duchesse jacquards, over-dyed vintage brocades, gold metal jacquards, metallasse, washed single and double duchesse satins, fil coupe satin organzas, silk chiffons, taffetas. All the patterns in this collection were cut on the stand by Lee Alexander McQueen. Each piece is unique, as was he. True collectors' items.

lot 153, long dress, size 40 value: $15,300

lot 154, short dress, size 42 value: $6,800

courtesy of alexander mcqueen website: www.alexandermcqueen.com


ALESSANDRA RICH BESPOKE GOWN 155

BESPOKE GOWN

An haute couture opportunity to have Alessandra Rich design a bespoke gown just for you. The dress will be a special one-of-a-kind gown in the spirit of the Alessandra Rich collection. courtesy of alessandra rich value: $5,000 website: www.alessandrarich.com


ALTUZARRA DRESS 156

“BELL” DAY DRESS IN BLACK DECO PRINT

Black deco print inspired by decorative embellishments found in vintage jewelry, featuring artist Bob Winston’s 1948 image “Bracelet with nest, three eggs and large turquoise” with abstract shapes and refined contrast colors. From the SS13 collection, size 38. courtesy of altuzarra value: $2,000 website: www.altuzarra.com


AQUAZZURA CROCODILE BOOTIES 157

“SEXY THING" CROCODILE BOOTIE

The bright new name in shoe design today, Edgardo Osorio, has designed the new “IT” shoe. The white crocodile cut-out bootie with lace-up detail and heel height 105 mm, will be custom made in Italy for the winner in their preferred size after the auction. courtesy of edgardo osorio for aquazzura value: $9,000 website: www.aquazzura.com


BURBERRY TOTE 158

LEATHER TOTE BAG

small heritage grainy leather tote bag in cadmium red courtesy of burberry value: $1,500 website: www.burberry.com


CHLOÉ CUSTOM HANDBAG 159

CHLOÉ – THE BAYLEE HANDBAG

Chloé's newest handbag, the Baylee, in a luxurious perforated anchor grey leather. This one-of-a-kind bag was developed by Chloé Creative Director Clare Waight Keller to benefit TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art. courtesy of chloé value: $2,900 website: www.chloe.com


ELIE SAAB ALLIGATOR SATCHEL 160

ELIE SAAB NAVY ALLIGATOR SATCHEL A limited edition, ELIE SAAB navy blue alligator signature satchel with a gold closure. courtesy of elie saab value: $16,500 website: www.eliesaab.com


ERDEM DRESS 161

ERDEM’S VIVIENNE DRESS

Beautifully embroidered grey faille sleeveless dress with tuck skirt and pink belt. Size 6. courtesy of erdem value: $6,500 website: www.erdem.com


GALACTIC GARDEN EARRINGS 162

FLY ME TO THE MOON MAMMOTH WINGS

Brilliant young talent Noor Fares, a Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design graduate, crafted these iconic WING earrings in 18k yellow gold and set with brown diamonds and mammoth ivory. courtesy of noor fares value: $6,500 website: www.noorfares.com


GALACTIC GARDEN RING 163

MADAGASCAR RING – REPTILIA COLLECTION Ring crafted in 9k yellow gold, black rhodium plated channels hand set with 257 diamonds, approximate diamond weight 0.73ct, gold 10.73gr.

The shell’s dome is a symbol of heaven, its lower shell is a symbol of earth. Resilient and resistant, some regard the turtle as the carrier of the entire World. The Madagascar turtle, with its slow movements, establishes a deep connection with all things. Time stops, and life is blessed with longevity. It cannot separate itself from its beautiful shell and it reminds us that we too cannot separate ourselves from Earth and we should live on it with love and care.

courtesy of venyx by eugenie niarchos value: $6,500 website: www.venyxworld.com


HADLEIGH’S CUSTOM 15TH ANNIVERSARY LUGGAGE SET

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Crafted to mark TWO x TWO’s 15th year anniversary in a unique way, Hadleigh’s is pleased to offer this one-of-a-kind luggage set handmade in Bologna, Italy, in soft black calfskin with white contrast handstitching. This seven piece set ranges from an iPad valet to a hanging garment bag and a wheeled carry-on bag, as well as a personal toiletry case, a shoe carrier and a passport organizer. This set also includes an innovative two-in-one duffle bag with a built-in hanging garment bag. No matter where in the world your travels take you, you aren’t going to meet anyone with luggage as elegant as this ensemble by Hadleigh’s. Tags inside each piece note that it was made especially for TWO x TWO 2013. Edition 1/1. TM

CUSTOM SEVEN PIECE LUGGAGE SET courtesy of hadleigh’s

value: $16,700 website: www.hadleighsbespoke.com


JASON WU BAG SET 165

PAIR OF JASON WU JOURDAN BAGS

A pair of pink Saffiano leather bags from Jason Wu’s JOURDAN collection, named for Jason’s friend and fellow designer Jourdan Dunn. The JOURDAN chain crossbody handbag is the perfect bag that adds an element of uptown chic for the daytime and a cool edge for a girls night out. The JOURDAN shopper is the essential carry-all bag and a great companion for travel. Perfect in pink! courtesy of jason wu and forty five ten value: $3,400 websites: www.jasonwu.com, www.fortyfiveten.com


JONATHAN SAUNDERS LOOK 166

CHOOSE A JONATHAN SAUNDERS LOOK

The winner will get the unique opportunity to CHOOSE one of the fabulous selected looks from the September 2013 fashion show. Jonathan will then custom make the look for the winner in her specific size to be delivered in February. courtesy of jonathan saunders value: $2,500 website: www.jonathan-saunders.com


NICHOLAS KIRKWOOD SANDALS 167

RUBY RED SWAROVSKI “S” SANDALS

Winner receives a signed sketch of the exclusive Ruby Red Swarovski Crystal “S” Sandal. Shoes to be custom made to the size of the winning bidder. courtesy of nicholas kirkwood Value: $1,300 website: www.nicholaskirkwood.com


PETER PILOTTO DRESS 168

Peter Pilotto Dress

Gorgeous new dress hot off the runway from Peter Pilotto’s SS14 collection in shades of pink, red, azure, white and black. This full skirted dress is screen printed on orchid lace layered over purple digitally printed satin. Dress to be made in the winner's preferred size after the auction. Perfect for spring! courtesy of peter pilotto value: $5,600 website: www.peterpilotto.com


ROKSANDA ILINCIC COAT 169

ROKSANDA ILINCIC DAHLIA COAT

The fabulous SS14 DAHLIA coat, inspired by shapes and floral theme in pale summer tones. The hand embroidered PVC and beaded detail give this jersey luxe piece an element of sophisticated evening appeal. Display is a sample. Coat will be made in the winner’s size after the auction. courtesy of roksanda ilincic value: $6,400 website: www.roksandailincic.com


SLEEPY JONES - ONE YEAR OF SOCKS 170

A year’s supply of socks and less laundry to do in 2014! Sleepy Jones was established in 2013 by Andy Spade and longtime collaborators Anthony Sperduti and Chad Buri. After years of working together at kate spade, Jack Spade and Partners & Spade, the three set out to create a company that believes in the virtues of tinkering and pondering. The result was a collection of sleepwear, underwear and not-quite-ready-to-wear for men and women inspired by the lifestyles of artists. Essentially, an everyday uniform for reading, writing, painting and playing – whether you’re in or outside the bedroom.

365 PAIRS OF SLEEPY JONES SOCKS, 11 DIFFERENT STYLES PICTURED ABOVE courtesy of andy spade and sleepy jones value $8,800 website: www.sleepyjones.com


STELLA McCARTNEY HANDBAG 171

STELLA McCARTNEY FALABELLA FRINGE HANDBAG A fabulously fun, light brown leather fringe bag with iconic Stella McCartney chain shoulder strap – perfect for fall! The winner also receives a $1,000 gift card to the Dallas Highland Park Village boutique with a private shopping appointment. *gift card valid for one year on non-sale items only.

courtesy of stella mccartney value: $3,000 website: www.stellamccartney.com


THAKOON DRESS 172

THAKOON DRESS

Dandelion printed wool dress with lace inserts from the Fall/Winter 2013 collection. Comes with black slip. Size 6. courtesy of thakoon, llc value: $2,400 website: www.thakoon.com


LONDON FASHION WEEK 173

Go inside the exclusive red carpet at London Fashion Week in February 2014! You and a guest will attend five of the hottest runway shows in London including: • Jonathan Saunders show with backstage passes and opportunity to meet the designer • Mary Katrantzou show with a separate private access tour with Mary of her studio while you are in London. • Peter Pilotto show • Roksanda Ilincic show with backstage pass and opportunity to meet the desinger …and drumroll please…the one and only...impossible to get…highly coveted… • Tom Ford show

courtesy of jonathan saunders, mary katrantzou, peter pilotto, roksanda Ilincic, and tom ford value: priceless websites: www.jonathan-saunders.com, www.marykatrantzou.com, www.peterpilotto.com, www.roksandailincic.com, www.tomford.com


MOSCOW FASHION WEEK 174

Experience the best of Moscow and Moscow Fashion Week with LUBLU Kira Plastinina for you and a guest. • Round-trip Business Class air transportation for two people from Dallas to Moscow • Three nights in the 5-star InterContinental City Hotel Moscow-Tverskaya • Front row seats and VIP invitation to the LUBLU Kira Plastinina Fashion Show • Invitations to fashion shows by other Russian designers (if desired) • Sightseeing tour of Moscow • Bolshoi Theatre tickets • Specially designed and tailored dress by Kira Plastinina • Suzanne Droese will be your concierge to plan your trip * The invitation will be valid for one year from October 26, 2013 to October 23, 2014. The winner may choose the Fashion Show in April 2014 or in October 2014. Exact dates to be determined and mutually agreed upon with Kira Plastinina.

courtesy of lublu kira plastinina value: $30,000 website: www.lublukiraplastinina.com


NEW YORK FASHION WEEK 175

Only TWO x TWO can take you and a guest into the behind the scenes world of New York Fashion Week in February 2014! Visit seven of the city’s best runway shows including: • Stella McCartney show (January 13, 2014) • Diane von Furstenberg show, with backstage passes to meet Diane and a $1,000 gift card valid at the Dallas Highland Park Village boutique • Michael Kors show with backstage access to meet Michael • 3.1 Phillip Lim show with a $500 gift certificate to the NYC store • Jason Wu show with backstage access to meet Jason • Donna Karan show with a $5,000 gift certificate to the NYC flagship store, valid only during fashion week • Oscar de la Renta show (September 2014 show only) * Airfare, ground transportation, and accommodations not included. Show tickets are non-transferrable. Gift cards valid for one year, unless otherwise noted. Exact show dates times subject to change.

courtesy of diane von furstenberg, donna karan, jason wu, michael kors, oscar de la renta, stella mccartney, and 3.1 phillip lim value: priceless websites: www.dvf.com, www.donnakaran.com, www.jasonwustudio.com, www.michaelkors.com, www.oscardelarenta.com, www.stellamccartney com, www.31philliplim.com


CFDA AWARDS IN NEW YORK 176 You and a guest will experience the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Awards, known as the “Oscars of Fashion” with two tickets to the event on June 2, 2014. Stay at your choice of one of New York’s four W Hotels for two nights. Let Claire Distenfeld, founder of the ultra fab FIVESTORY NY, guide you on what to wear with a shopping trip at FIVESTORY NY and a $1,000 gift card. Look your best at the awards with makeup styling by Kimara Ahnert and take home a silver julep cup set of her make up brushes as a gift. * W Hotel blackout dates may apply, includes room and tax. Expires October 26, 2014.

courtesy of council of fashion designers of america, fivestory, kimara ahnert, and w hotels value: priceless websites: www.cfda.com, www.whotels.com www.fivestory.com, www.kimara.com


TOMMY TON PERSONAL PHOTO SHOOT 177

Glam for a day in New York City.* Fashion photographer Tommy Ton of The Collective Shift will do your personal photo shoot in his trademark visual journalist style. For your street style photo shoot you will be fashion forward with personal styling from Claire Distenfeld, with clothes and accessories borrowed from her own renowned FIVESTORY NY. Paparazzi will be a buzz when the coverage of your photo shoot appears on Harper’s Bazaar online**. Following your shoot, Tommy Ton will provide up to four images in final files and prints with light retouching for you to keep***.

PERSONAL PHOTO SHOOT WITH TOMMY TON

courtesy of tommy ton and fivestory ny value: $30,000 website: www.tommyton.tumblr.com, www.thecollectiveshift.com, www.fivestoryny.com

*date to be mutually agreed upon for 2014 **coverage on www.harpersbazaar.com only if winning bidder desires ***images are for personal use only


CAPELLA PEDREGAL GETAWAY 178 Get away to Cabo San Lucas at the beautiful Capella Pedregal resort. Enjoy a four-night stay in a one-bedroom suite or Estrella Suite, including breakfast for two each morning in Don Manuel´s Restaurant and two 60-minute spa treatments in Auriga Spa. Enjoy one dinner for two in El Farallon seaside restaurant.

* Use of this certificate is subject to availability and certain blackout dates, including holidays. This certificate cannot be combined with any other offer or any other special promotions. Alcoholic beverages not included in above meals. Certificate must be presented upon redemption, is non-transferable, and has no cash value. Certificate expires October 1, 2014.

courtesy of capella pedregal value: $9,000 website: www.capellahotels.com/cabosanlucas


2 PASSES TO ASPEN IDEAS FESTIVAL 2014 179

For over 60 years, the Aspen Institute has been the nation’s premier gathering place for leaders from around the globe and across many disciplines to engage in deep and inquisitive discussion of ideas and issues that both shape our lives and challenge our times. The Aspen Ideas Festival will engage its participants in a variety of programs, tutorials, seminars and discussion events that together are guaranteed to charge the atmosphere with vibrant intellectual exchange. Think of it as a summer university of the mind – remarkable lectures and classes across a stimulating array of topics. U.S. Trust, underwriter of the Aspen Ideas Festival and TWO x TWO 2013 Gold Sponsor, will host an exclusive welcome dinner at the beginning of Session 1 of the Festival. Enjoy fine dining in a lovely atmosphere while preparing for what promises to be a lively and engaging forum of leaders. The two Aspen Ideas passes are good for Session 1 of the Festival, from June 27 - June 30, 2014. While you are in Aspen, enjoy a dinner for two at Kenichi Aspen, with a complimentary bottle of “Tanuki’s Magic” Junmai Daiginjo sake – Kenichi’s own sake label, hand-crafted in Japan. *Kenichi $150 gift card for dinner plus one bottle of Tanuki’s Magic (value $90); reservations must be made in advance.

courtesy of u.s. trust and kenichi aspen value: $6,500 websites: www.ustrust.com, www.aspenideas.org, www.kenichiaspen.com


2010 POETRY BY DEREK LAM AND CLIFF LEDE VINEYARDS

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ONE CASE (SIX BOTTLES) OF 2010 POETRY CABERNET SAUVIGNON

Iconic fashion designer Derek Lam worked with the Cliff Lede Vineyards winemaking team to select and taste varietal components from Cliff Lede's flagship hillside Poetry Vineyard, creating the final blend of a classic and substantial Napa Valley Cabernet. courtesy of derek lam and jan-hendrik schlottmann value $1,260 websites: www.cliffledevineyards.com, www.dereklam.com


FLEXJET FLIGHT SIMULATOR 181 Have you ever wanted to fly a Learjet* aircraft? Land an aircraft in Aspen? Feel like a pilot? Flexjet is pleased to provide two hours of simulator time for a ‘flight crew’ of six. Experience the exact training a private jet pilot receives as you re-create aircraft flight time and the environment in which a pilot flies. Choose your destination airport and take control of the cockpit. Flexjet provides exceptional travel experiences and we look forward to adding this simulator time to your flying experiences. Simulator experience is subject to availability. Simulator time cannot be applied to pilot training. Not transferable without prior consent from Flexjet. Not redeemable for cash. Flexjet terms and conditions apply. Simulator experience must be completed by October 2014.

* Unregistered or registered trademark(s) of Bombardier Inc. or its subsidiaries.

courtesy of flexjet estimated retail value: $9,000 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. The winner will also receive a $100 gift card. 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 value: priceless website: www.hillstone.com


NATHAN CARTER SCULPTURAL DINNERWARE AND CHEF OLVERA EXPERIENCE

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NATHAN CARTER SCULPTURAL DINNERWARE AND CHEF OLVERA EXPERIENCE

183 Jose Noe Suro, celebrated fabricator of artists' sculptures and ceramic wonders created at Cerámica Suro, Tlaquepaque, Mexico, asked Brooklyn-based visual artist Nathan Carter to continue their intriguing collaboration to help celebrate the 15th anniversary of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art. For this project, Jose Noe suggested to Nathan that he completely abandon the traditional notion of a round flat plate and make something that could only come from his sculpture studio in Brooklyn. This pageant of ceramic sculptures resembling masks or plates or bowls will come with a gourmet dinner, wine, and special tequila, prepared for 15 people in YOUR HOME by celebrated chef, Enrique Olvera of Pujol restaurant in Mexico City. Pujol is widely considered Mexico’s best restaurant and one of the leading exponents of new Mexican gastronomy and is deeply immersed in the republic’s cultural legacy. Chef Olvera, the rock star of Mexico City cuisine, will prepare each course to be served on what can be best described as unconventional dining apparatus. As Nathan himself calls it, “An Outer Space Bacchanalian Sculptural Culinary Especial Adventure Performance”…saludos! Yours to keep are the artistic 15 individual place settings designed by Nathan Carter. Each place setting includes 7 pieces: amuse bouche plate, starter plate, bowl, medium sized plate, larger dinner plate, water glass, and tequila glass. Dimensions variable.

courtesy of nathan carter, chef enrique olvera, jose noe suro, and casey kaplan gallery, new york value: $18,000 websites: www.caseykaplangallery.com, www.ceramicasuro.com, www.pujol.com.mx


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 $40 million for amfAR and the Dallas Museum of Art in its first fourteen 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 2013. We wish to express our deep appreciation to TWO x TWO’s spectacular 2013 Event Chairman, Christen Wilson. Her boundless determination, style, diplomacy and philanthropic 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 great expectations with TWO x TWO. Thank you, Christen. DMA and amfAR Board Trustee Cindy Rachofsky and her husband Howard deserve special recognition for opening their magnificent Richard Meier-designed house for the fifteenth 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 Audi of America for their tremendous support as the 2013 Presenting Sponsor. Audi has 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 Audi of America and the innovation and dedication they bring to TWO x TWO. We extend sincere appreciation to our 2013 Platinum Sponsors: Dior, Kiehl’s Since 1851, and Sotheby’s. Dior joins TWO x TWO for their first year and we are privileged to welcome them to Dallas. Kiehl’s Since 1851’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. We are also pleased to welcome Chris Salgardo, President of Kiehl’s, as this year’s recipient of amfAR’s Leadership Award, presented in honor of the Kiehl’s LifeRide. Congratulations and thank you, Chris. Sotheby’s 14-year 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. We thank Sotheby’s for once again hosting the annual TWO x TWO Highlights Exhibition in New York, an event which continues to lay the foundation for an expanding TWO x TWO audience outside of Dallas. As part of TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2013, distinguished artist Luc Tuymans 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 27, hosted by Amy and Vernon Faulconer and Cindy and Howard Rachofsky at The Warehouse. We also welcome and thank a new TWO x TWO partner, U.S. Trust, for presenting the Sunday brunch. It is an incredible privilege to welcome Luc Tuymans and we thank him and our friends at David Zwirner Gallery and Zeno X Gallery for their many years of support 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. We offer sincere and heartfelt thanks to Melissa Meeks Ireland, Director, TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art, for her tenacity, ingenuity and devotion in planning the remarkable fifteenth year of TWO x TWO.


We sincerely appreciate the incredible generosity of each of our TWO x TWO 2013 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. 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 are deeply grateful to Todd Fiscus of Todd Events for lending his outstanding creativity to designing the décor for this event in our spectacular new tent. 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 fifteenth year. We offer heartfelt thanks to Tim Headington, our Celebrity Travel Sponsor, for once again helping us bring a sensational level of talent to TWO x TWO, and for his commitment to the Dallas Museum of Art. Our cheers also go to Stephanie and John Roberts, the Entertainment Sponsors, for their devoted commitment to amfAR and helping to underwrite the incredible performance by Gladys Knight. Thank you, Gladys Knight, for your devotion to amfAR since its inception and for sharing your warmth and talent with us in Dallas. To our dear and handsome friend, Cheyenne Jackson, thank you for returning to Dallas to be our gala emcee. Our sincere appreciation also goes to AT&T, Inc. for their longtime partnership and their 2013 sponsorship of the Silent Auction. We also thank our loyal friends at Neiman Marcus for their continued generosity and presenting this year’s Live Auction. Our great thanks also go to Gold Sponsor, U.S. Risk. We are pleased to welcome another new friend to TWO x TWO, Vontobel Swiss Wealth Advisors AG, our Financial Services Sponsor. 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. Once again this year we are honored to welcome back Design Within Reach as our Design Auction Sponsor. The 2013 luxury auction features a collection of extraordinary fashion items, travel packages and experiences. We would like to thank the following donors for their incredibly generous contributions, imaginative ideas and resourcefulness for this year’s fashion auction: 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alessandra Rich, Alexander McQueen, Altuzarra, Aquazzura, Burberry, CFDA/W hotels, Chloé, Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Karan, Elie Saab, Erdem, FIVESTORY NY, Forty Five Ten, Hadleigh’s, Jason Wu, Jonathan Saunders, Kimara Ahnert, LUBLU Kira Plastinina, Mary Katrantzou, Michael Kors, Nicholas Kirkwood, Noor Fares, Oscar de la Renta, Peter Pilotto, Roksanda Ilincic, Sleepy Jones, Stella McCartney, Thakoon, Tom Ford, Tommy Ton, and Venyx; and to Nasiba Adilova for her help in securing these fashionable items. Our gratitude also goes to our luxury auction donors: Capella Pedregal, Nathan Carter/Jose Noe/Enrique Olvera, Flexjet, Derek Lam/Cliff Lede/Poetry Vineyards, Hillstone/R + D Kitchen, and US Trust/Kenichi/Aspen Ideas Festival. We gratefully acknowledge MICHELE Watches 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 for providing the creative beverages and to Sprinkles cupcakes for the desserts. It is with exuberant applause that we thank DJ Lucy Wrubel for her performance, to Lula HERSELF for the adorable FIRST LOOK invitation illustrations, and of course to our Ringmaster Todd Fiscus for creating the most imaginative and memorable FIRST LOOK in TWO x TWO history.


amfAR’s staff has provided hands-on leadership and vision for the successful realization of this event in Dallas. Special thanks to Wilson Alexander Aguilar, Joana Casas, Christina Christofi, Tricia Courtney, Cassandra Dawes, Yael De Guia, Sue Doster, Nicholas Internicola, Anne MacGillivray, Natalie Marquis, Jessica McCarthy, Andrew McInnes, Eric Muscatell, Bennah Serfaty, AnnMari Shannahan, Danielle Shapiro, Veronica Speck. We offer sincere thanks to Trish Ireland, Auction Manager, for her graciousness, thoroughness, and dedication to TWO x TWO in coordinating the preparation and execution of the TWO x TWO auction. Without the dedication and hard work of Sarah Deal, Thomas Feulmer, Jeanne Lil Chvosta, Jodie Oliver, Anna Pates, Tony Silva and Abel Hernandez of The Rachofsky Collection and The Warehouse, 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, Senior Curator of Special Projects and Research, for his outstanding effort and leadership. 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 passionate 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, Artsy, Audi of America, Avant Garden, The Buzzell Company, Calligraphic Arts, Inc., Cassandra Fine Catering, CBD Provisions, The Cultured Cup, Displays Unlimited Inc., Ducky-Bob’s Event Specialists, Dude Sweet Chocolates, Empire Baking Co., Forty Five Ten/Five & Ten/Number One, Grange Hall, Debbie and Eric Green, Hadleigh’s, Marguerite Steed Hoffman, Kiehl’s Since 1851, Park Cities Hilton, PRO/SOUND, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, Runyon Fine Arts, Safe Art SAT, Inc., San Pellegrino / Acqua Panna, Shoutz, Skyframe Inc., Sprinkles Cupcakes, Stageworks, Strong Travel Services, Suite 206, Switch Lighting, Tom Ford, The Joule Hotel, Uber 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 2013 auction: 303 Gallery, New York; ACME, Los Angeles; Alexander and Bonin, New York; Alexander Gray Associates, New York; Alison Jacques Gallery, London; Altman Seigel Gallery, San Francisco; Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe, New York; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York; Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York; Anthony Meier Fine Arts,


San Francisco; Anton Kern Gallery, New York; ARTCOURT Gallery, Osaka; Barry Whistler Gallery, Dallas; Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; Bortolami Gallery, New York; Brennan & Griffin, New York; Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago; Casey Kaplan Gallery, New York; Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles; Churner and Churner, New York; Clifton Benevento, New York; Conduit Gallery, Dallas; CRG Gallery, New York; Cumulus Studios, New York; Danese Corey, New York; David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles; David Zwirner, New York; DCKT, New York; Dodge Gallery, New York; Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, LLC, New York; Eleven Rivington, New York; Estate of Jiro Takamatsu, Tokyo; Estate of Saburo Murakami; Feature Inc., New York; Fitzroy Gallery, New York; Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco; Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York; Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York; Galerie Lelong, New York; Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York; Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels; Greene Naftali Gallery, New York; Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles; Hasted Kraeutler, New York; Hauser & Wirth, New York, London, and Zurich; Hedge Gallery, San Francisco; Holly Johnson Gallery, Dallas; Honor Fraser, Los Angeles; House of Gaga, Mexico City; Inman Gallery, Houston; James Cohan Gallery, New York; James Fuentes, LLC, New York; Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco; Johannes Vogt Gallery, New York; John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco; Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York; Judith Charles Gallery, New York; Kate Werble Gallery, New York; Kurimanzutto, Mexico City; Laurel Gitlen, New York; Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong; Leslie Fritz Gallery, New York; Lisa Cooley, New York; Lisson Gallery, London; ltd los angeles, Los Angeles; Luhring Augustine, New York; Maccarone, New York; Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles; Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles; Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York; Marlborough Chelsea, New York; Martos Gallery, New York; Marty Walker Gallery, Dallas; Matthew Marks Gallery, New York and Los Angeles; McCaffrey Fine Art, New York; McKenzie Fine Art, New York; Metro Pictures, New York; Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York; Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Oliver Francis Gallery, Dallas; ORC Inc., Long Island City; Pace Gallery, New York; Peter Freeman, Inc., New York; Peter Kilchman, Zurich; Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London; Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles; Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, New York; Roberts & Tilton, Culver City; Salon 94, New York; Sean Kelly Gallery, New York; Shane Campell Gallery, Chicago; Simon Preston Gallery, New York; Sperone Westwater, New York; Sprüth Magers Berlin and London; Stephen Friedman Gallery, London; Stuart Shave Modern Art, London; Suzanne Vielmetter Projects Los Angeles, Culver City; Tanya Banakdar Gallery, New York; The Approach Gallery, London; The Public Trust, Dallas; Thomas Duncan Gallery, Los Angeles; Thomas Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles; Travesía Cuatro, Madrid; UNTITLED, New York; Van Doren Waxter, New York; Waterford Crystal; Whitestone Gallery, Tokyo; Workplace Gallery, Gateshead; Yumiko Chiba Associates, Tokyo; Zach Feuer Gallery, New York; Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp; ZieherSmith Inc., 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 26 GALA TO BUY GREAT ART! Works in the silent auction can be identified by the bid sheets hung next to the pieces at The Rachofsky House. To bid on an artwork in the silent auction, use the pencil attached to the bid sheet to enter your paddle number and bid amount, noting the required bidding increments. Works in the live auction are accompanied by labels which indicate they will be auctioned live during the gala by Jamie Niven, Chairman, Sotheby’s North and South America. To bid on an artwork in the live auction, you must be present at the gala or place an absentee bid by Friday, October 25, 2013. Works in the Own it Now auction are accompanied by icons indicating they are part of the Own it Now pre-auction. These works will be for sale on Artsy.com during the preview period. For more information on how to bid on these items please refer to the Own it Now instructions at the beginning of this catalog. Works in the Shop it Now auction are accompanied by an icon indicating they will be part of the pre-sale at Forty Five Ten at the full retail price or above. For more information on how to bid on Own it Now or Shop it Now items, please contact Trish Ireland, below. If you are unable to attend TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art on Saturday, October 26, and would like to place a bid on a live or silent auction piece, you may place an absentee bid online or on the phone with an auction representative, or you may register with an auction volunteer at one of the preview events for a paddle number. Successful bidders, including absentee bidders, will be notified by telephone on Sunday, October 27. Please see CONDITIONS OF SALE for more information about winning bids. All works must be removed from The Rachofsky House by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, October 29, or they will be sent to storage at the winning bidder’s expense. Contact Trish Ireland, Auction Manager, 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 2013 in the bidding increments indicated on the 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 _______________________________________

q Please call me before bidding closes in the event that I am outbid in the silent auction on the evening of the Gala, October 26. TWO x TWO FOR AIDS AND ART WELCOMES YOUR ABSENTEE BID USING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PAYMENT METHODS: Personal check (payable to amfAR/DMA) q Money Order q AmEx q Visa q MasterCard q Discover Card Number _____________________________ Expiration Date (mo/yr) __________ Security Code______ 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 25, 2013. 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 27, and Monday, October 28. The purchaser is responsible for removing works from The Rachofsky House no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 29, after which storage fees apply. If needed, shipping arrangements must be made by Wednesday, October 30. Visit www.twoxtwo.org/catalogue to view the 2013 auction catalogue online. For more information about TWO x TWO, please contact Melissa Meeks Ireland, Director, TWO x TWO, at melissa@rachofskyhouse.org.


CONDITIONS OF SALE

TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art 2013

October 26, 2013

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 28, 2013. Items sold in the Own it Now sale on Artsy.com are also subject to Artsy's conditions of sale: www.artsy.net/conditions-of-sale. 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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INDEX


Adamo, David

001 Chamberlain, Rebecca 013 * Everett, Liam

029

° Altuzarra

156 * Chambers, Matthew 014 ° Fares, Noor

162

* Appel, Helene

002 ° Chloe

159 * Falls, Sam

030

° Aquazzura

157 Chong, Theresa

015 Faulhaber, Julian

031

Arocha, Carla – Stéphane Schraenen 003 Cormand, Marti

016 Fiskin, Judy

032

Aspen Ideas Festival 179 Crowner, Sarah

017 Flexjet

181

Baldi, Steven

004 * Cruzvillegas, Abraham 018 Foote, Darren Blackstone 033

Bellini, Mario

143 * Cummings, Daniel

019 Friedman, Tom

034

Bertoia, Harry

144 * Dávila, Jose

020 Gaillard, Cyprien

035

* Beshty, Walead

005 DiMattio, Francesca 021

Binnie, William

Garrison, Sid

036

006 Dopp, Michael

022 Gasca, Jesús

147

Bird, Colby

007 Driesen, Stef

023 Gersht, Ori

037

* Brauntuch, Troy

008 Eames, Charles and Ray 145 * Gomes, Fernanda

brown, iona ROZEAL 009 El Hanani, Jacob

024

038

Gorlizki, Alexander 039

° Burberry

158 Emeco

146 Hachisuka, Aiko

* Buren, Daniel

010 * Emin, Tracey

025 Hadleigh's 164

Capella Pedregal

178 ° Erdem 161 Haendel, Karl

* Carter, Nathan 011,183

Espersen, Morten Løbner 026 Halloran, Lia

Castrillo Diaz, Rosana 012 Evans, Garth

027

CFDA 176 Eveleth, Emily

028 Harkawik, Peter

040

041 042

Hancock, Trenton Doyle 043 044


Hawkins, Richard

045 Lam, Derek and Poetry 180 * Macchi, Jorge

080

Heagle, Karen

046 Lancaster, Laura

062

081

* Heikes, Jay

047 * Lapin, Annie

063 Macy, Kirsten

Macuga, Goshka

082

Hillstone and R+D Kitchen 182 Lapthisophon, Stephen 064 Maiolino, Anna Maria 083 * Holmquist, Andrew

048 Lassry, Elad

065 Manley, Dashiell

Horton, Tony

049 Lazzarini, Robert

066 Mapplethorpe, Robert 085

Hutchins, Jessica Jackson 050 Leach, Conrad Leatham, Jeff

Hylden, Nathan

051

° Ilincic, Roksanda

169 Lebrija, Gonzalo

Jones, Otis

052

Lee, Paul

067 Mary Servane

084

086

068

Matsuda, Yutaka 087,088

069

McAllister

089

070 ° McCartney, Stella

171 090

Kalenderian, Raffi

053 Lehr, John

071 McKinley, Tom

Karolak, Jason

054 Lerma, José

072 ° McQueen, Alexander 153,154

Kassay, Jacob

055 Lewis, Tony

073 Morris, Sarah

Keogh, Caitlin

056 Lindberg, Anne

074 Moscow Fashion Week 174

091

Kirkwood, Nicholas 167 Linder 075 Motonaga, Sadamasa 092,093 Kitnick, Zak

057 Little, Graham

076 Murakami, Saburo

Korty, David

058 London Fashion Week 173

Kroll, Alexander

059 Long, Charles

077 New York Fashion Week 175

Kuo, Andrew

060 Lund, Israel

078 O'Dell, Shaun

096

Laib, Wolfgang

061 * Mabry, Nathan

079 Olson, Alex

097

094

Nasaka, Senkichiro 095


Saunders, Jonathan 166 Tompkins, Timothy

128

Opie, Julian

098

Panton, Verner

148 Serrano, Andres

112 Ton, Tommy

177

Pauchard, Xavier

149 Sherman, Cindy

113 * Toren, Amikam

129

Pearson, Anthony

099 Shinn, Jay

114 Trockel, Rosemarie

130

* Pendleton, Adam

100 Sietsema, Paul

115 Turner, Daniel

131

Perez, Emilio

101 Sleepy Jones

170 Turner, Lynne Woods 132

* Perret, Mai-Thu

102 Smith, Paul Anthony 116 Tuymans, Luc

133

Pessoli, Alessandro

103 Solomon, Ken

117 Uemae, Chiyu

134

Phillips, Jerry

104 Suga, Kishio

118 * Tram, Tam Van

135

° Pilotto, Peter

168 Sundblad, Emily

119 ° Venyx 163

Pruter, Garrett

105 Swartz, Julianne

120 Weatherford, Mary 136

Rafman, Jon

106 Tabatabai, Hadi

121 Wegman, William

137

Rich, Alessandra

155 Tachman, Kevin

122 Wegner, Hans J.

152

Risom, Jens

150 Takamatsu, Jiro

123 Weiser, Garth

138

Rocklen, Ry

107

Tanaka, Atsuko

124 Whitten, Jack

139

Rogan, Will

108 ° Thakoon 172 Winogrand, Garry

140

Rondinone, Ugo

109 Thonet, Michael

151 ° Wu, Jason

165

Rosmarin, Susie

110

125 Wulff, Ulrich

141

° Saab, Elie

160 * Tiravanija, Rirkrit

126 * Zilm, Jeff

142

Saban, Analia

111 Tivey, Quinn

127 *

Thuring, Caragh

°


With your help, we’re

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!


Fifteen years ago TWO x TWO was a dream, envisioned by others but facilitated by us. Through the years, its popularity and relevance are because of the inspiration, generosity and good graces of wonderful artists, generous dealers and incredibly philanthropic patrons both within the Dallas community and around the world. When this all began, we never imagined this would turn into a fifteen year adventure, but we are proud to have shared this journey with you and we will keep opening the TWO x TWO doors for as long as you will continue to join us. – Cindy and Howard Rachofsky


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