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Carl Andre

Letter from Kyoto, Japan, 1970

Ink on stamped, franked (postmarked) postcard (Signed)
4 × 5 7/10 in
10.2 × 14.5 cm
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Provenance
Alpha 137: Prints and Exhibition Ephemera

Handwritten ink signed letter on postmarked postcard. This is a letter, written on a stamped and …

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Handwritten ink signed letter on postmarked postcard. This is a letter, written on a stamped and postmarked postcard depicting the interior of a temple in Japan, from Carl Andre to his sister Joan Balerna's family, in Hingham, Massachusetts, where he grew up. The postcard has a dateline of Kyoto, April 17, and the …

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Signature
Hand signed in cursive by the artist at the bottom of the card.
Carl Andre
American, b. 1935
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Carl Andre is the overall-clad sculptor whom many historians consider a defining figure in the …

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Carl Andre is the overall-clad sculptor whom many historians consider a defining figure in the development of Conceptual and Minimalist art. Legend claims that Andre began his current practice after his close friend Frank Stella called the wooden castoffs of a project sculptural objects as well; Andre has also said …

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Alpha 137: Prints and Exhibition Ephemera

Handwritten ink signed letter on postmarked postcard. This is a letter, written on a stamped and …

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Handwritten ink signed letter on postmarked postcard. This is a letter, written on a stamped and postmarked postcard depicting the interior of a temple in Japan, from Carl Andre to his sister Joan Balerna's family, in Hingham, Massachusetts, where he grew up. The postcard has a dateline of Kyoto, April 17, and the …

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Signature
Hand signed in cursive by the artist at the bottom of the card.
Carl Andre
American, b. 1935
Follow

Carl Andre is the overall-clad sculptor whom many historians consider a defining figure in the …

Read more

Carl Andre is the overall-clad sculptor whom many historians consider a defining figure in the development of Conceptual and Minimalist art. Legend claims that Andre began his current practice after his close friend Frank Stella called the wooden castoffs of a project sculptural objects as well; Andre has also said …

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Carl Andre

Letter from Kyoto, Japan, 1970

Ink on stamped, franked (postmarked) postcard (Signed)
4 × 5 7/10 in
10.2 × 14.5 cm
Bidding closed
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