Doyle+Design® / Street Art - Sale 12DD02 - Lot 2010

Tuesday, October 16, 2012 at 10am
Lot 2010
Margaret Kilgallen
American, 1967-2001
Natadora
Acrylic on wood
11 1/2 x 8 inches

Provenance:
The Artist
Private collection, acquired from the artist

Exhibited:
Marin City, CA, Headlands Center for the Arts, 1997

Embracing Folk Art, Southwestern art, freight train graffiti and hobo symbology, Margaret Kilgallen brought an outsider, rural perspective to the very urban world of Street Art. Married to the artist Barry McGee, the two were constant collaborators who influenced each other's work immensely. Tragically passing away from cancer in 2001, her work has since been celebrated at the Whitney Biennial, The Hammer Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.

Further reading: Beautiful Losers, DAP/Iconoclast, 2005



Sold for $28,125
(Includes Buyer's Premium)
Estimate $5,000-7,000

Some surface grime in red pigment (may have been artist's intention). Otherwise good condition.


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