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Jean Tinguely

Switzerland (Friburgo 1925 -  Berna 1991 ) Wikipedia® : Jean Tinguely
TINGUELY Jean Chère Fausta

Galerie Koller /Dec 4, 2015
2,767.53 - 4,612.55
3,790.46

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Jean Tinguely - Requiem Pour Une Feuille Morte

Jean Tinguely - Requiem Pour Une Feuille Morte

Original 1966
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Lot number: 4
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Jean Tinguely, Requiem pour une feuille morte, Drawing, 1966 Black felt pen on drawing paper USA, 1966 Jean Tinguely (1925-1991) - Swiss painter, sculptor, graphic artist and designer of New Realism Signed in black felt pen ‘Jean T.’’’’ lower right; moreover dated ‘15 XII 66’’’’ to the lower right margin Letter from Tinguely with drawing for ‘Requieum pour une feuille morte’’’’ Sheet dimensions: 17.3 x 21.5 cm Matted under glass in gilt ornate frame: 40.5 x 49 cm Very good condition
Jean Tinguely - Proposition Pour K (proposal For K)

Jean Tinguely - Proposition Pour K (proposal For K)

Original 1963
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Lot number: 39
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Jean Tinguely 1925 - 1991 PROPOSITION POUR K (PROPOSAL FOR K) bent iron, bicycle seat, massage vibrator 110V 40 (H) by 40 by 30 cm., 15 3/4 by 15 3/4 by 11 7/8 in. Provenance Minami Gallery, Tokyo Collection of Kaido Hideo, Tokyo Private Collection, Asia Exhibited Tokyo, Minami Gallery, Sounds of Sculpture, March 20 - April 6, 1963, pl. 20 Tokyo, Minami Gallery, Selection of 20th Century Art '75 Minami, 1975, unpaginated Literature Jean Tinguely: Catalogue raisonné, Sculptures and Reliefs, 1954 - 1968, Edition Galerie Bruno Bischofberger, Zürich, Switzerland, 1982, pl. 297, p. 207 Catalogue Note Born in Switzerland Jean Tinguely lived and pursued a career in France and was identified as part of the ‘Nouveau Réalisme’’’’, a movement championed by the critic Pierre Restany. There he worked alongside other prominent artists of the day such as Yves Klein, Nikki de Saint Phalle and Martial Raysse. In the first half of the 1960s, his work focused mostly upon his practice on machines composed of found-objects in motion, such as Le ballet des pauvres, 1961 (The ballet of the poor, Basel, Tinguely Museum). He ingeniously combines the legacy of Marcel Duchamp, through use of the 'ready-mades', to exude a raw and industrial aesthetic through materiality. Tinguely forces the viewer to reconsider the function of everyday objects, reflecting not only upon their daily usage but also their internal consciousness. In 1963, date of the present work, Tinguely started using thick black paint to hide and unify different elements within the sculpture, possibly his reaction to the direction other artistic movements were taking in both Europe and the United States at that time. In ‘Nouveau Réalisme’’’’ but also ‘Pop Art’’’’ the random object triumphs in every work created as the artists demonstrate their interest for the daily life. However the use of object in art becomes therefore too common and may explain why Tinguely chooses to present his works made of assembled elements in a different way. Proposition for K is therefore one of the last sculptures of this time to still explicitly show the various found objects it is made of. Jean Tinguely’’’’ work is represented in public collections at MOMA, TATE Modern, the George Pompidou Centre and the Tinguely Museum in Basel.
Jean Tinguely - Le Cyclop

Jean Tinguely - Le Cyclop

Original 1969
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Lot number: 39
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Jean Tinguely (1925-1991), Le Cyclop, Mixed media, c. 1969 Serigraph in colors, reworked with ballpoint and felt-tip pen on wove cardboard Switzerland, circa 1969 Jean Tinguely (1925-1991) - Swiss painter, sculptor, graphic artist and designer of Nouveau Réalisme Signed and inscribed in ballpoint pen ‘Jean T. / EA - No. 6 modifié’’’’ to the lower margin; also dedicated ‘Hej Knud, Voici enfin amitiés’’’’ and inscribed ‘C'est une serigrafie modifier [amélioré]’’’’; moreover, inscribed in pen on the reverse, ‘est-ce que ca va? / 120 exemplaires ou 100?’’’’ Draft for the monument ‘Le Cyclope’’’’ in Milly-La-Forêt (1969) Image dimensions: 36 x 27.5 cm; sheet dimensions: 38.2 x 28 cm Mounted under glass in silvered wooden frame: 53 x 41.5 cm
Jean Tinguely - Chère Fausta

Jean Tinguely - Chère Fausta

Original 1976
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Lot number: 3118
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Jean Tinguely (1925-1991) TINGUELY, JEAN (Basel 1925 - 1991 Bern) Chère Fausta. 1976. Collage and mixed media on lithographed ground. Signed lower right : Jean. 21 x 29 cm. Provenance: - Private collection, France. - Galerie Française, Munich (label verso). - Swiss private collection.
Jean Tinguely - Constante

Jean Tinguely - Constante

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Lot number: 808A
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Jean Tinguely (1925-1991) Signed and numbered on edition label. Edition MAT, Collection 64, (Daniel Spoerri and Karl Gerstner), Paris/Basel. Numbered 91/100. The clip allows various elements to be replaced. Condition Report: Minor traces of age. Droit de suite according to conditions of sale Dimensions: 35 x 21 x 25 cm Artist or Maker: Jean Tinguely Sheet iron, motor, metal spring Date: 1959/1964
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