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    Andreas Gursky: buying a reproduction

    I am desperate to buy reproduction of Andreas Gursky's photographs. Please can s omeone tell me where to locate them?

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    Andreas Gursky: buying a reproduction

    To desperate Rob;

    here is an adress to check out some dealers/galleries:

    http://www.artincontext.org/artist/g/andreas_gursky/organizations.htm

    I did a search on the net, so I can't be positive about this being THE Gursky you are looking for.
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    Andreas Gursky: buying a reproduction

    Hope you've got deep pockets, Rob. The last I heard full-sized Gurskys were starting at $50,000 per (the New Yorker said he only makes six copies of each picture, and he makes about 10 pictures per year). That's just for the initial sale; at auction his images have been approaching the quarter-million-dollar mark. Don't know if he offers smaller, poster-like larger runs, though.

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    Andreas Gursky: buying a reproduction

    If you mean reproductions-- there is a new book by Peter Galassi that has just been published by Museum of Modern Art (NYC) in conjuction with the Gursky exhibit.

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    Andreas Gursky: buying a reproduction

    From todays Photo District News Newswire (who say's people won't buy digital stuff...

    Andreas "He who can do no wrong" Gursky?s "O.T. VI, 1997" was sold for a new record of $310,250. It was estimated at $150,000. It was the first time Gursky?s photograph of artist Jackson Pollock?s "One: Number 31" went on sale. An anonymous Asian buyer in the room, bidding against London dealer Jay Jopling, bought the picture.
    You'd be amazed how small the demand is for pictures of trees... - Fred Astaire to Audrey Hepburn

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    Andreas Gursky: buying a reproduction

    The Tate Modern in London has an A3 size reproduciton of his Chicago Board of Trade pic, unfortunately it's the only one the have, with no plans for more...

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