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THE BIG NAMES OF CONTEMPORARY ART
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Louis Lawler (American) (Born in 1947) who earned a B.F.A from Cornell University in 1969. She has been well known since the early 80s for her photographs of artworks shot in museum storage rooms, auction houses, and galleries and in the homes of private collectors. Her work, which is generally regarded ad operating from within the context of intellectual cultural critique, challenges the ways in which we perceive objects and the degree to which value accrues to them as a function of the setting in which they are placed. Lawler has had had several one-person shows at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She lives in New York.
Her works are rated between $ 5,000 and 25,000.

Gordon Matta-Clark (American) (1943-1978) who studied architecture at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, taking a year to study poetry at the Sorbonne in Paris and graduating in 1968. He moved to New York the following year where he found his chosen subject: the abandoned buildings in and around New York City. Matta-Clark's work combines elements of Minimalism, Earth Art, Conceptual Art, and Performance Art. He participated in the 1972 and 1977 Documenta and received a Guggenheim fellowship in 1977. From 1985 through 1988, he was the subject of a retrospective at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago that travelled to a dozen locations including the Brooklyn Museum, the Musée d'Art Contemporain, Montreal and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam.
His works are rated between $ 50,000 and 400,000.

Bruce Nauman (American) (Born in 1941) who studied mathematics and art at the University of Wisconsin. He received an M.F.A from the University of California at Davis. His signature pieces include videos, neon texts and figures, hanging steel and chair sculptures and cast heads that dangle from ceilings. He has had two major retrospectives, the first was organised by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Whitney Museum of American Art, New York and the second by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis and the Hirshhorn Museum And Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C. He has been awarded a number of honours. He lives and works in Galisteo, New Mexico.
His works are rated between $ 15,000 and 500,000.

Mark Newson (Australian) (Born in 1963) who has fast become one of the foremost designers of his generation. After specialising in sculpture and jewellery at the Sydney College of Fine Arts, he embarked on an ambitious career taking on design projects ranging from furniture to wristwatches to perfume bottles, to boutiques, restaurants, a recording studio, the Falcon 900B jet and a concept car. Fascinated with futuristic forms and experimentation with new technologies, Newson has embraced the challenge of moulding metal into improbable shapes and a sleek industrialised look characterises his work. Since his first exhibition in 1986 at the Roslyn Oxley Gallery and the unveiling of his "Lockheed Lounge", Newson has captured the public's imagination. The lounge has reached icon status after being featured in the Madonna video "Rain" (1998) and its deliberate sheeting against a sculptural form blurs the conventional divide between art and design. Whether working in aluminium, wood, wicker, carbon fibre, felt or plastic. Newson creates fresh bold forms that set new standards of design.
His works are rated between $ 15,000 and 105,000.

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