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  OUT AT FIAC
Foire International d'Art Contemporain, Oct. 25-30, 2000.
 
 
Hans Hofmann from his middle period, ca. 1908-66, at the booth of Crane Kalman Gallery, London. Price range: $350,000-$650,000.
 
Bertrand Lavier at the booth of Paris dealer Yvon Lambert, producing a "group exhibition in a one-man show" through "voluntary or involuntary collaboration."
At left, Lavier + Morellet.
 
Two works by Jean Dubuffet from the early '80s at Galerie Bernard Cats, Brussels.
Sold for 450,000 FF.
 
 
 
 
An Op Art work from 1999 by the Venezuelan artist Soto at Denise René, Paris. Price: $65,000.
 
Daniel Buren's La Cabane éclatée at Marian Goodman. An exhibition of all the cabanes, which Buren began making in 1975, was held earlier this year at the new Institut d'art contemporain in Villeurbanne near Lyon.
Price: 700,000 FF.
 
Anton Henning's "lounge" at Entwistle, London.
 
 
 
 
Pascal Bernier's crowd-pleasing protest against factory farming at Galerie Lucien Durand le Gaillard, Paris.
Sold for 70,000 FF.
 
Pascal Bernier's wounded tiger, at Durand le Gaillard.
Price: 180,000 FF.
 
Paintings of flowers by French artist Denis Laget at Galerie Montinay-Giroux, Paris. By mid-way through the fair, eight works had sold for 32,000 FF each.
 
 
 
 
Denis Laget
 
A section of photographer Jean-Luc Moulene's installation (showing the artist's mother) at the booth of Anne de Villepoix, Paris.
 
Yves Oppenheim at Max Hetzler, Berlin.
 
 
 
François Morellet at Galerie Sollertis, Toulouse.
 
Photographs by Jean-Marc Spaans at the booth of Barbara Farber from La Serre. The 32-year-old Dutch photographer performs with a light tube to make his images, which are priced at 20,000-30,000 FF in editions of five or eight.
 
Installation by Swiss artist Michel Huelin at Galerie Zürcher, Paris. The untitled paintings in bright enamel are 14,000 FF; the floor treatment is 19,000 FF.
 
 
 
 
A painting from Yshai Jusidman's series of portraits of clowns, at the booth of Galeria OMR, Mexico.
 
Tunga's Exogenous Axis, based on women's silhouettes, at Luhring-Augustine, New York.
 
Waiting to enter FIAC.
 
 
 
    
Jason Martin's Zephyr (2000) at Lisson Gallery, London.
Sold at £28,000.
     
 
 
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