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Polymath Unique by Christian Astuguevieille

Jun 17, 2012
Christian Astuguevieille exhibits for a last auction organised by Pierre Bergé & Associés in Brussels on 19 June from 5 pm, Grand Sablon.Poet and artist, he sells around 200 objects and furniture of his collection which are unique pieces or limited editions. An occasion not to be missed for...
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Christian Astuguevieille exhibits for a last auction organised by Pierre Bergé & Associés in Brussels on 19 June from 5 pm, Grand Sablon.

Poet and artist, he sells around 200 objects and furniture of his collection which are unique pieces or limited editions. An occasion not to be missed for those who are addicted to this particular aesthetics.

Among them, some highlights for the collectors:

Miraki Drawer, Oriental red cotton rope furniture, 1992, artist’s proof.
Est. 5 000 / 7 000 €

Exhibited in 2003 at Spazio San Lorenzo, Turin

–  Colobe Desk, Golden painted canvas rope, 1992, prototype.
Est.1 800 / 2 500 €

Exhibited in 1995, Strates, Galerie VIA, Paris
- 1996, Racines, minéraux et coquillages, Villa Noailles, Hyères
- 1997, Inventaire, Stadtgaleri, Sundern

Saulorme Chair, Chestnut tree, 
canvas rope, 1997, prototype.
Est. 
1 800 / 2 500 €

Afribaton Pair of chairs, Black painted cotton rope, 1989.
Est. 2 800 / 3 600 €

Exhibited in 1990 Moisson, Galerie Théorème, Brussels
- 1993, Meubles d’en France, Galerie VIA, Paris – 2001, Civilisation imaginaire, Modern Art Museum, Troyes

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