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THE BIG NAMES OF CONTEMPORARY ART
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Tony Oursler (American) (Born in 1957) who attended the California Institute for the Arts, where he received his BFA in 1979. His family background included writers and painters, with a strong belief that content is more important than form, a prominent feature of his own life. His work is featured in many major public and private collections, including Carnegie Museum of Art, Musée d'Art Contemporain de Montreal, Museum of Modern Art, New York, Tate Gallery London, Saatchi Collection London, and the Whitney Museum of American Art New York.
His works are rated between $ 5,000 and 35,000.

Gaetano Pesce (Italian) (Born in 1939) who began his design career in 1962 while simultaneously studying architecture at the University of Vienna and design at the Institute of Industrial Design. He is best described as a revolutionary creator of art. Prolific can most certainly be added to that description. Throughout his illustrious and multi-disciplinary career, Pesce has never limited himself to the creation of three-dimensional forms, the staging of theatre works, or to images only. Using a broad and encompassing approach to design, he has accomplished a freedom of expression. Pesce has been a leading proponent of experimental design since the 1970s.
His works are rated between $ 10,000 and 65,000.

Jack Pierson (American) (Born in 1960) who has been the focus of solo exhibitions at White Cube, London, Regen projects, Los Angeles, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and Kunstverein, Frankfurt, among others and group shows in the U.S and Germany. He lives and works in New York and Princetown, Massachusetts.
His works are rated between $ 2,000 and 40,000.

Sigmar Polke (German) (Born in 1941) who moved to Dusseldorf in 1953 and studied at the Staatliche Kunstakademie there with Gerhard Hoehme and Karl Otto Gutz. He founded the Capitalist Realist group with Konrad-Lueg Fischer and Gerhard Richter in 1963. Polke has received the Prize for Art from the Nord LB, North State Bank in 1996, the Carnegie Prize in 1995, the Grand Prize for Painting at the 1986 Venice Biennale and the Prize for painting at the Sao Paulo Biennial in 1975. A major retrospective of his works was organised by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and travelled to the Hirshhorn Museum And Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, the Brooklyn Museum and the Kunst-Und Austellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland in Bonn. He lives and works in Cologne.
His works are rated between $ 100,000 and 1,6 million.

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