Douglas Huebler

(1924 - 1997)
Douglas Huebler was an artist.
From records, the highest price paid at auction for a lithograph work attributed to Douglas Huebler (1924-1997) was C$1,200 - paid for "Location Piece #25" at Cowley Abbott in Toronto on Tue, Nov 7, 2023. has one auction art sale record for their lithograph results, with prices in the range of C$1,000 to C$2,500.

American Minimal sculptor and pioneer of Conceptual art, Douglas Huebler was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He served in the US Marine Corps in World War II, studied at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, at Cleveland School of Art and at the Academie Julian in Paris. The artist taught at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, then at Bradford Junior College, Bradford, Massachusetts, and most recently at the Carpenter Center, Harvard University. Huebler&#39s first one&#45man exhibition was at the Phillips Gallery, Detroit, 1953. He began as a painter, then turned to making Minimal sculpture in formica on wood and was included in the Primary Structures exhibition at the Jewish Museum, New York, 1966. He made his first experiments with map pieces in 1967, and in 1968-9 gave up making sculpture and began to make series of &#39Duration Pieces&#39, &#39Variable Pieces&#39 and &#39Location Pieces&#39 by treating everyday activities in such a way as to produce documentation in the form of photographs, maps, drawings and descriptive text. Huebler now lives at Truro, Massachusetts.

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