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Recife (Setembro), 2003

Thirty chromogenic prints, each flush-mounted on board
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each numbered '9630-1 (30)' in pencil (flush mount, verso); each credited, titled, dated …

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each numbered '9630-1 (30)' in pencil (flush mount, verso); each credited, titled, dated and numbered ‘6 of 6’ and sequentially '1-30' on affixed gallery label (frame backing board)
each image/sheet/flush mount: 6 x 8 in. (15.24 x 20.32 cm.)
This work is number six from an edition of six.

Rivane Neuenschwander
Brazilian, b. 1967
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In her handmade objects and participatory installations, Rivane Neuenschwander combines organic …

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In her handmade objects and participatory installations, Rivane Neuenschwander combines organic materials (such as plants and insects) with inorganic things (like ribbons, calendars, and packaging materials) to explore the fleeting nature of time, wishes, and dreams. One of her best known pieces, I Wish Your Wish

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About the work
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Christie's

each numbered '9630-1 (30)' in pencil (flush mount, verso); each credited, titled, dated …

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each numbered '9630-1 (30)' in pencil (flush mount, verso); each credited, titled, dated and numbered ‘6 of 6’ and sequentially '1-30' on affixed gallery label (frame backing board)
each image/sheet/flush mount: 6 x 8 in. (15.24 x 20.32 cm.)
This work is number six from an edition of six.

Rivane Neuenschwander
Brazilian, b. 1967
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In her handmade objects and participatory installations, Rivane Neuenschwander combines organic …

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In her handmade objects and participatory installations, Rivane Neuenschwander combines organic materials (such as plants and insects) with inorganic things (like ribbons, calendars, and packaging materials) to explore the fleeting nature of time, wishes, and dreams. One of her best known pieces, I Wish Your Wish

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Recife (Setembro), 2003

Thirty chromogenic prints, each flush-mounted on board
Bidding closed