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  • 1. Posición 1 No. 5, 1948 Pintura abstracta hecha por Jackson Pollock (1912 - 1956), artista americano conocido por su contribución al movimiento del Expresionismo Abstracto. La pintura fue hecha sobre una hoja de madera aglomerada de 1,22 x 2,44 metros usando gruesas capas de pintura café y amarilla salpicadas sobre toda la superficie, formando una imagen anidada en sí misma.
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    • Fecha de venta: 11, Noviembre 2006
    • $ 140.000.000.00 dls
      • Vendido por David Geffen
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    • En 1947, Pollock empezó a colocar lienzos en el piso para después verter, gotear, salpicar, chorrear pintura de esmalte sobre la superficie total de la tela, algunas veces directamente de la lata, otras, usando el mango de los pinceles o brochas endurecidas por pintura seca.
    • La densidad lograda por el entrelazado de las cadenas de pintura es balanceada por espacios vacíos y amplias áreas salpicadas de pintura.
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    • De 1947 a 1952 Pollock creó sus más famosas pinturas chorreadas de gran escala, a las cuales les daba números en lugar de títulos para evitar distraer al espectador con asociaciones ajenas a su trabajo.
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  • 6. El cuadro Número 5 está considerado una de las obras clave del expresionismo abstracto estadounidense. The pictorial result of this tension is a landmark in the history of Abstract Expressionism.
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    • Cargado de rojos, amarillos y negros, es uno de los de mayor tamaño de los producidos por el artista.
    • Había pertenecido al pintor filipino con nacionalización americana Alfonso A. Ossorio, quien fue uno de sus coleccionistas más tempranos.
    • Éste se lo vendió a S. I. Newhouse Jr., un magnate editorial, que a su vez se lo cedió a DAVID Geffen hace algunos años.
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    • Este es el trabajo que Teri Horton dice que fue hecho por Jackson Pollock.
    • Lo compró por $5 dólares en una tienda de descuento en California a principios de los 90’s y ahora dice que no va a vender por menos de $50 millones.
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    • A Pollock Is Sold,
    • Possibly for a Record Price
    • By CAROL VOGEL
    • Published: November 2, 2006
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    • The Hollywood entertainment magnate DAVID GEFFEN has sold a classic drip painting by JACKSON POLLOCK for about $140 million, art experts with knowledge of the transaction said yesterday.
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    • That price, if officially confirmed, would be the highest sum ever known to have been paid for a painting, exceeding the $135 million that the cosmetics heir RONALD S. LAUDER paid in June for GUSTAV KLIMT’S “Adele Bloch-Bauer I.”
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    • The experts spoke on condition of anonymity, saying they did not want to be perceived as betraying the confidence of the seller or the buyer of the Pollock, “No. 5, 1948,” or jeopardize future business.
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    • Reached by telephone, Mr. Geffen declined to comment on whether he sold the painting. Tobias Meyer of Sotheby’s is said to have brokered the deal.
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    • The art-world experts identified the buyer as David Martinez, the Mexican financier who bought a two-floor apartment in the south building of the Time Warner Center for $54.7 million recently.
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    • Mr. Martinez did not return calls seeking comment. Obsessively private, he has emerged as a megabuyer in modern and contemporary art in recent years, snapping up works by masters like de Kooning and Rothko both privately and at auction.
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    • Just last month Mr. Geffen sold two other 20th-century paintings — a JASPER JOHNS and a WILLEM DE KOONING — for a total of $143.5 million. Given that he is among many business figures who has expressed interest in buying The Los Angeles Times, media industry analysts speculated that he was trying to raise cash for a potential bid.
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    • The Pollock, a densely tangled composition in browns and yellows, is unusually large, measuring about 4 by 8 feet, and was painted on fiberboard.
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    • Like much else in Mr. Geffen’s collection, it comes with a pristine provenance. Previous owners include the painter Alfonso A. Ossorio, a major Pollock collector from East Hampton, N.Y., and S. I. Newhouse Jr., the publishing magnate, who sold it to Mr. Geffen.
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    • http://www.gogeometry.com/wonder_world/golden_rectangle_jackson_pollock_5_1948.html
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uG2tV-X5NiQ&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Egogeometry%2Ecom%2Fwonder%5Fworld%2Fgolden%5Fjackson%5Fpollock%5Fanimation%5Feffect%5Fvideo%2Ehtm&feature=player_embedded
    • http://www.jacksonpollock.org/
  • 20. FORBES 2005
  • 21. FORBES 2007
    • #52 David Geffen 09.20.07, 6:00 PM ET
  • 22. A Focus on Philanthropy
    • Geffen was well known for his philanthropy. He was particularly passionate about gay rights and fighting AIDS, which he said must be everyone's fight: " HIV infection and AIDS is growing—but so too is public apathy . We have already lost too many friends and colleagues. I hope my gifts will encourage more people to come forward and give generously. In the face of so much death, we must do all we can to support life ( Daily Variety , August 10, 1995).
    • Before he helped create DreamWorks, Geffen gave all of his profit from movies and Broadway shows to charities. He also gave two $5 million donations to the arts. He was notably proud that his foundation gave sizable gifts annually to many worthy causes that touched him personally, including AIDS and assistance to Ethiopian and Soviet Jews settling in Israel. Geffen was known to personally answer letters from men with AIDS or families of AIDS patients, some of them even including $10,000 checks. In 2002 he donated $200 million to UCLA's medical school, the largest single gift ever to a U.S. medical school or to the University of California. Geffen gave the university complete freedom in deciding how to spend the money. In a press release he said: "I have great respect and affection for UCLA, and my hope is that with this gift, UCLA's doctors and researchers will be better equipped to unravel medicine's mysteries—and deliver the cures for tomorrow" ( Los Angeles Times , May 7, 2002).
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    • Durante los años 30’s, el trabajo de Pollock reflejó la estética llamada "American Scene“, aunque enriquecida por una casi mística cualidad que recordaba el trabajo del visionario artista Albert Pinkham Ryder,a quien admiraba ampliamente.
    • La influencia de Orozco también puede sentirse, especialmente después de que Pollock lo vio trabajando en sus frescos para Dartmouth College (1932-34).
    • Otras influencias tempranas incluyen a Picasso, Miró y los Surrealistas, tanto como la de otro muralista mexicano, David Alfaro Siqueiros, quien en 1936 estableció efímeramente un taller experimental en Nueva York.
    • Fue aquí donde Pollock se enfrentó por primera vez al uso de pintura de esmalte y fue alentado a utilizar técnicas poco ortodoxas como los escurridos y los de materiales líquidos para logras efectos espontáneos.
  • 24. José Clemente Orozco Dartmouth College (1932-34) Gods of the modern world
  • 25. Collective Suicide 1936. Lacquer on wood with applied sections, (124.5 x 182.9 cm). Gift of Dr. Gregory Zilboorg. MOMA, N.Y. © 2009 Siqueiros David Alfaro / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / SOMAAP, Mexico 208.1937
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