HO2 AUCTION
Capture Benefit Auction
1st Session

September 07 - September 21, 2022

LOT DETAILS
This session is closed for bidding.
Current bid: $11,000 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount
34245 21-Sep-2022 12:59:39 PM $11,000
872345 21-Sep-2022 12:59:31 PM $10,000 autobid
823787 21-Sep-2022 12:59:31 PM $9,500
872345 21-Sep-2022 12:49:43 PM $9,000 autobid
823787 21-Sep-2022 12:35:27 PM $8,500
872345 21-Sep-2022 12:16:19 PM $8,000
823787 19-Sep-2022 11:25:51 PM $7,500
23910 19-Sep-2022 08:04:03 PM $7,000 autobid
823787 19-Sep-2022 08:04:03 PM $6,500
23910 19-Sep-2022 03:48:31 PM $6,000 autobid
823787 19-Sep-2022 03:47:10 PM $5,500
23910 15-Sep-2022 01:34:42 PM $5,000 autobid
872379 15-Sep-2022 01:34:41 PM $4,750 autobid
23910 09-Sep-2022 07:48:12 PM $4,500 autobid
15655 09-Sep-2022 07:48:12 PM $4,250
23910 08-Sep-2022 06:17:56 PM $4,000 autobid

LOT h021

OC
1946 -
Canadian

Schoolyard, Vancouver, Spring
inkjet print, 2011
13 1/4 x 18 1/2 in, 33.6 x 47 cm

Estimate: $6,000 - $8,000 CAD

Sold for: $13,750

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PROVENANCE
Courtesy of the Artist


This work is edition 13/15 + 5 APs.

Jeff Wall’s work combines the aesthetics of cinema, photography, and painting to produce highly complex images that he refers to as “cinematography,” as well as “near documentary” images—documentary-style photographs created in collaboration with his subjects. His practice includes images that range from classical reportage to elaborately staged scenes produced on a grand scale typically associated with history painting.

Wall has had major solo presentations of his work at significant institutions internationally, including the Art Institute of Chicago; Kunsthaus Bregenz; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Pérez Art Museum, Miami; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; amongst others. His work is held in museum collections internationally and he has received numerous awards including the Audain Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Visual Arts, Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography, Roswitha Haftmann Prize, and The Paul de Hueck and Norman Walford Career Achievement Award. Wall lives and works in Vancouver.

Consignor proceeds will benefit Capture Photography Festival.

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Curatorial text courtesy of Capture Photography Festival.


All prices are in Canadian Dollars


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