The Wall Street Journal has a preview of what will be on stands at FIAC starting on Wed:
- Chantal Crousel will bring French artist Alain Séchas’s green polyester sculpture from 2005 of a beautifully proportioned nude woman with extra-long legs and the head of a big-eyed, friendly cat with stand-up ears (price: €110,000).
- Sprüth Magers: Barbara Kruger (price: $65,000, or €47,685) a 2001 mixed-media photo print of a woman with a pink face and big white teeth seen through wide-open red lips, and the word “Fear” slashed across it
- Galerie Daniel Templon will show American artist Jim Dine’s sculpture “Double Pinocchio” (2010) (price: $100,000-$150,000
- Hauser & Wirth: a number of works from Californian artists, such as a torso by Paul McCarthy that plays on the classic sculptures of Britain’s Henry Moore (price: $900,000) and pieces that show off Richard Jackson’s obsession with buckets, including a red baby falling into a tall, metal bucket from 2006 (price: $75,000) and a duck with orange feet sitting in a bucket from 2007 (price: $85,000).
- Almine Rech Gallery: “Communication” (2011) by French duo Ida Tursic and Wilfried Mille, in which two young beauties in bikini tops are totally engrossed by an iPhone. The piece […] is selling for €8,500.
Next Up at the Grand Palais (Wall Street Journal)