Jean-Marc Bustamante, ‘Two works: (i) Cyprès (T.105.91); (ii) Cyprès (T.106.91)’, 1991, Phillips

Property from a Belgian Collector

Each: 59 x 47 1/4 in. (149.9 x 120 cm.)
This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist

Edinburgh, The Fruitmarket Gallery; Leeds, Henry Moore Institute, Jean-Marc Bustamante: Dead Calm, 4 February - 26 June, 2011, p. 147 (another example exhibited)
Paris, Centre National de la Photographie, Jean-Marc Bustamante: œuvres photographiques 1978 - 1999, September 8 - November 1, 1999, pp. 78-79 (another example exhibited and illustrated)

Acquired directly from the artist by the present owner

About Jean-Marc Bustamante

Jean-Marc Bustamante first gained recognition with the release of his "Tableaux" series in 1977, comprised of 120 color photographs depicting desolate landscapes reminiscent of traditional landscape paintings. Throughout his practice, Bustamante has engaged in dialogue between photography and painting as well as painting and sculpture. In a recent series of works entitled “Peintures,” Bustamante applied paint to a transparent Plexiglas surface, the contours of the paint throwing shadows upon the wall behind the work to generate a visual experience that is simultaneously flat and dimensional.

French, b. 1952, Toulouse, France, based in Paris, France