Andy Warhol Publisher’s Prospectus (app 100 copies). NOT FOR SALE. Jointly published by Multiples, Inc. (Marian Goodman) and Castelli Graphics, 1975 Unlimited edition (unknown number of copies) Ten individual 6...
Publisher’s Prospectus (app 100 copies). NOT FOR SALE. Jointly published by Multiples, Inc. (Marian Goodman) and Castelli Graphics, 1975 Unlimited edition (unknown number of copies) Ten individual 6 ¼” x 4” cardstock sheets printed offset (also known as offset lithographs) in color on the front and back, placed into a 6 ¼” x 8” portfolio (neatly folded in half) Issued to promote a portfolio of 10 variant serigraphs (also known as silkscreens) of Mick Jagger, in an edition of 250, each print signed by both Andy Warhol and Mick Jagger. .
Please note that unlike other owners of these mini folios these are authenticated by: David Platzker MOMA, Richard Polsky Art Authentication. Its the very rare first edition that was printed before the artists had signed the REAL edition that is 110 cm high... :-) There fore 2 different editions exist. One WITH PRINTED signatures and one with NO PRINTED signatures. Castelli Grapgics stored the first edition with NO printed signatures and they were later sold on auction to a single buyer - Mr. David Platzker now curator at MOMA. Please note that this rare first edition is more bluish in the paper. All printed in 1975. All mint copies that has never circulated (were stored at Castelli Graphics).
Castelli Graphics (invoice from Castelli graphcs to David Platzker of Specific Object (now MOMA) Specific Object - David Platzker MOMA - Invoice from Specific Object to bengtsson Fine Art. Bengtsson Fine Art, Landskrona. Invoice from Bengtsson Fine art to MultiplesInc Projects.
In June 2016 we decided to get the lot "examined" by Richard Polsky Art Authentication. A two pages report concludes that the folios are 100 % authentic and that provenance is 100 % established.
Richard Polsky is the author of two well-known books on Andy Warhol and the art market: I Bought Andy Warhol and I Sold Andy Warhol (too soon). The former was featured on NPR (interview with Renee Montagne) and the latter received a full review in the Wall Street Journal (by Alexandra Peers). Previously, he published The Art Market Guide, a series of books which evaluated the investment potential of blue-chip artists. In 1987, his San Francisco gallery Acme Art hosted just the second exhibition of Andy Warhol paintings in the history of the city, which opened only two days before he passed away. Richard Polsky has also participated on art authentication panels, including one sponsored by the State University of New York at Purchase, which covered such diverse artists as Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock. In addition, Richard Polsky served as the lead expert witness for Peter Brant in the Lindholm vs. Brant trial of the famous Red Elvis painting (which Brant won).