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In 2010, in collaboration with Atelier La Tuilerie du Chaillou and publisher Francis Delille, Daniel Buren conceived of an edition of 100 unique vases to benefit Handicap International. With the same rule-based, conceptual rigor that permeates his greater practice, Buren created 10 vase designs in ten colors each, all bearing his trademark stripes. Collectively, the projects presents a systematic refusal of multiples wherein each example is resolutely unique.

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2010: "Les Cent Vases de Daniel Buren," Paris, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, 18 - 25 October

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French conceptual artist and photographer, born 1938

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Les cent vases, 2010
Lot Number 7
Ceramic with yellow and white glazes
Height: 19.875 in (50.5 cm)
Diameter: 10.75 in (27.7 cm)
Stamped with artist's name on underside

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