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Carol Hepper

Lot 29

Untitled, 2002

Monoprint on paper
Doyle
Estimated value: $200–$400
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About the work
Provenance
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Doyle

Sheet 17 5/8 x 14 inches

Unique monoprint

Unframed

Condition: Some minor stains to sheet, …

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Sheet 17 5/8 x 14 inches

Unique monoprint

Unframed

Condition: Some minor stains to sheet, apparently from medium, at upper border within margins. A discoloration in paper at center right, within margin. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is an opinion and should not be treated as a statement …

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Signature
Signed Hepper and dated 2002 (lr), inscribed for Frederieke on the reverse
Carol Hepper
American, b. 1953
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Carol Hepper’s diverse practice is deeply rooted in her childhood spent on the American Great Plains. She worked in her studio in rural South Dakota on a Native American Reservation, in relative obscurity, until the early 1980s, when she was discovered by curators at the Guggenheim. After being included in an important survey of young sculptors at the museum in 1983, Hepper garnered much attention throughout the art world for her explorations into the body, spirit, nature, and culture. She created house-like structures out of indigenous materials like buffalo hide, willow branches, and animal bones, and continues to employ materials used by the Native American cultures of the Great Plains today. Since moving to New York in 1985, Hepper has added explorations of urban cultures and systems to her practice, always maintaining her reverence for the power that objects can hold.

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About the work
Provenance
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Doyle

Sheet 17 5/8 x 14 inches

Unique monoprint

Unframed

Condition: Some minor stains to sheet, …

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Sheet 17 5/8 x 14 inches

Unique monoprint

Unframed

Condition: Some minor stains to sheet, apparently from medium, at upper border within margins. A discoloration in paper at center right, within margin. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is an opinion and should not be treated as a statement …

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Signature
Signed Hepper and dated 2002 (lr), inscribed for Frederieke on the reverse
Carol Hepper
American, b. 1953
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Carol Hepper’s diverse practice is deeply rooted in her childhood spent on the American Great Plains. She worked in her studio in rural South Dakota on a Native American Reservation, in relative obscurity, until the early 1980s, when she was discovered by curators at the Guggenheim. After being included in an important survey of young sculptors at the museum in 1983, Hepper garnered much attention throughout the art world for her explorations into the body, spirit, nature, and culture. She created house-like structures out of indigenous materials like buffalo hide, willow branches, and animal bones, and continues to employ materials used by the Native American cultures of the Great Plains today. Since moving to New York in 1985, Hepper has added explorations of urban cultures and systems to her practice, always maintaining her reverence for the power that objects can hold.

Carol Hepper

Lot 29

Untitled, 2002

Monoprint on paper
Doyle
Estimated value: $200–$400
Starting bid
$100
This work has a reserve.

This auction has a buyer's premium.
Shipping, taxes, and additional fees may apply.
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04d  15h  27m  13s
Ends Nov 21, 9:00pm
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