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John Baldessari

Throwing Three Balls in the Air to Get a Straight Line (Best of Thirty-Six Attempts), 1973

Offset lithograph on coated paper
9 1/2 × 12 1/2 in
24.1 × 31.8 cm
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This portfolio of twelve works plus title and colophon pages is number 370 from the edition of 500 …

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This portfolio of twelve works plus title and colophon pages is number 370 from the edition of 500 publisher's reserved sets aside from the edition of 2000 published by Edizioni Giampolo Prearo and Galleria Toselli, Milan. Prints are loose as issued and in a letter-pressed paper folio with die-cut window opening. …

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John Baldessari
American, b. 1931
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It is hard to characterize John Baldessari's varied practice—which includes photomontage, …

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It is hard to characterize John Baldessari's varied practice—which includes photomontage, artist’s books, prints, paintings, film, performance, and installation—except through his approach of good-humored irreverence. Baldessari is commonly associated with Conceptual or Minimalist art, though he has called this …

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This portfolio of twelve works plus title and colophon pages is number 370 from the edition of 500 …

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This portfolio of twelve works plus title and colophon pages is number 370 from the edition of 500 publisher's reserved sets aside from the edition of 2000 published by Edizioni Giampolo Prearo and Galleria Toselli, Milan. Prints are loose as issued and in a letter-pressed paper folio with die-cut window opening. …

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John Baldessari
American, b. 1931
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It is hard to characterize John Baldessari's varied practice—which includes photomontage, …

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It is hard to characterize John Baldessari's varied practice—which includes photomontage, artist’s books, prints, paintings, film, performance, and installation—except through his approach of good-humored irreverence. Baldessari is commonly associated with Conceptual or Minimalist art, though he has called this …

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John Baldessari

Throwing Three Balls in the Air to Get a Straight Line (Best of Thirty-Six Attempts), 1973

Offset lithograph on coated paper
9 1/2 × 12 1/2 in
24.1 × 31.8 cm
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