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December 10, 2008

MAO art Buy of the MONTH... photo by Catherine Opie

MAO art Buy of the MONTH... a photo + the limited Edition book by Catherine Opie
OK.. my little MAO Christmas art shoppers... This is probably the best kept secret of the year.
Along with the new great catalog publication for Catherine Opie's American Photographer show at the Guggenheim.. there is a limited edition slip cased book with an amazing print for only $400.

The edition is only sized in 100 copies, and comes in a bright red slip case.

We checked it out this week.. and this is a good one! They have them at the Guggenheim book store now, and it sounds like VERY few people have actually seen it yet.

But for only $400 ($360 for Gugg Members.. I believe this week they have a 25% Member off special till Monday) you get an amazing portrait of Justin Bond (aka Kiki of the performance team - Kiki & Herb)

Catherine_Opie_Justin Bond (photo by Catherine Opie : Justin Bond, 1993, Inkjet print, 10 x 8 inches, Ed. 100.)

Here's the link to order online... Click Here
We're not sure what the member code is to put in..but you can call..

Customer Service 1071 5th Avenue, 9th Floor New York, NY 10128 Fax: 212-423-3640 Phone: 1-800-329-6109
Visit them:

1071 Fifth Avenue (at 89th Street), New York, New York 10128
Store Hours
SAT-WED, 9:30 AM-6:15 PM
THUR, 11 AM-6 PM
FRI, 9:30 AM-8:30 PM

3355 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
Store Hours
Store Information, call 702-414-2490

ALSO..if you've not seen the show yet... don't miss it!
Catherine Opie, American Photographer closes at the Guggenheim on Jan 7th.


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Hi Mike,
I think it is a special idea to blind MAO on your logo. However, for Andy Warhol's MAO pop art, originally made in 1973, I can hardly understand why it is worth several million dollars. Only because his reputation?

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