recordings Multiples Photographs
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propeller z. Starter Kit. Vol. 1. propeller z, Wien, Austria. nd. Cardboard carton containing metal stencil and printed, folded operating instructions. Black and white. Text in German. Very good condition. Stencil: 2 x 3.25". Unfolded instructions: 14.5 x 9.75". Box: 3.5 x 2.25 x 1".
$ 25.00 Edition Item# 1797w
ACCONCI, VITO TOUCH STONE (FOR VL). [The Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada]. April 1972. Print. Two-color lithograph printed on Arches paper. Edition of 50 copies. Titled, dated, signed, numbered and editioned on the recto. Excellent condition. 29.5 x 21". "Vito Acconci could have found a cue to the problem of accomodating his own performance art to the format of the print in Joyce Weiland's O Canada; his own first two prints at the shop, Trademarks and Kiss-Off, both centre on the mouth of the artist, but his third print Touch Stone (For VL) makes a new departure. He rubbed a lithographic stone as if he were massaging a woman's body, all the while speaking out his thoughts to a tape-recorder, trying to imagine that VL was there beneath his hands. Originally he had wanted to use the sweat of his skin as the drawing medium, but when this proved impractical, the fact that the ink was labelled 'rubbing ink' gave some linguistic consolation. His hand-written transcription of selections from the tape were superimposed over the appropriate sections of the image." Reference: p. 30 NSCAD. The Nova Scotia College of Art & Design. The Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 1982.
$ 2500.00 Edition Item# 6532w
ACCONCI, VITO Park up a Building. Texte zur Kunst, Cologne, Germany. 1996. Multiple. 264-piece puzzle contained in a box within a second cardboard box. Inner box has acetate cover printed with a photograph of Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea, Santiago de Campostela, Spain before installation of Acconci's 'Park up a Building'. Contains puzzle pieces, an explanatory page, and a photographic guide to the puzzle. Project executed by Acconci Studio (V. Acconci, Luis Vera, Jenny Schrider and Charles Doherty). Edition of 120 copies. Signed, numbered and dated. Very good condition. Slight scuffing on acetate cover. 12 x 8.25 x 1". "SITE: Alvaro Siza's museum building. "PROGRAM: Temporary installation for a solo museum exhibition. "PROJECT: 9 pairs of telescoping tubes, U-shaped at one end and L-shaped at the other. The U-shaped ends hook onto the parapet of the building; from the L-shaped ends one module of a park is suspended on threaded rod. "2 types of park-module alternate: a floor with a seat on opposite sides; and a floor with a seat on one side and a tree on the other. A connector, a step, joins one module to another. The floor, the seat and the step are metal grating: the tree sits in a metal grate, its roots still in the sack it was transported in. A light from beneath each floor illuminates the park. Each successive module is hung one step higher than the one before: as you walk through the park -- as you walk from step to floor, between seat and seat and between seat and tree -- you climb up the side of the building. "The park hangers telescope down to 8-foot sections, and are portable; the park is adaptable to buildings of different heights." Reference: Park up a Building. Texte zur Kunst, Cologne, Germany. 1996.
$ 750.00 Edition Item# 12543w
ANTONI, JANINE Janine of New York. Offermann Galerie, Cologne, Germany. 1991. Multiple. Red lipstick in a black and gold container. Very good condition. 3 x .75 x .75".
$ 125.00 Edition Item# 13320w
ANTONI, JANINE / BRAIN, JED / CAULKIN, JODY / COTTINGHAM, LAURA / HAYES, PAULA, HEIST, ERIC / MCCARTY, MARLENE / MELTON, JULIE / PARNES LAURA / POLLOCK, BARBARA / TALLICHET, JUDE / WILLIAMS, SUE THE ART OF SELF DEFENSE AND REVENGE. Momenta Art, Brooklyn, NY. 1993. Multiple. Printed manila envelope containing contributions by J. Antoni ("FUCK OFF RED" lipstick), J. Brain (color photograph), J. Caulkin, L. Cottingham (photocopied article on Valeria Solanas), P. Hayes, E. Heist, M. McCarty, J. Melton, L. Parnes, B. Pollock, J. Tallichet and S. Williams. Edition of 50 copies. Very good condition. Overall: 12 x 9".
$ 150.00 Edition Item# 13322w
ANUSZKIEWICZ, RICHARD HAPPY "THIS TIME OF YEAR" . . . Editions Lassiter-Meisel, np. 1977. Multiple/print. Blue, gold and black silkscreen printed on board. Includes a leaf with information about the print. Initialed and dated in pencil on the recto. 'RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ-1977' is printed on the verso. Very good condition. Multiple/print: 5.5 x 5.5". Leaf: 5.5". "HAPPY 'THIS TIME OF YEAR' FROM SUE & LOU MEISEL AND NORMAN LASSITER AND EDITIONS LASSITER-MEISEL. THE ENCLOSED PRINT IS FROM AN EDITION BY RICHARD ANUSZKIEWICZ AND SCREEEN PRINTED IN OUR ONE YEAR OLD SHOP. IT'S FROM US TO YOU-ENJOY." Reference: HAPPY "THIS TIME OF YEAR" . . . Editions Lassiter-Meisel, np. 1977.
$ 125.00 Edition Item# 8001w
ATCHLEY, DANA COWS/CLOUDS. np. 1971. Print portfolio / artist's book. 8 prints enclosed wrappers. Prints are various shades of blue, serigraph printed on white paper. Printed wrappers. Wrappers are inscribed, dated 1983 and signed. Very good condition. 17.5 x 10.5". Prints are titled: and after / had spent around VAPOR, fifteen minutes standing on FLASH, that fence watching several ANVIL / cows shifting slowly about, HEAPS / after their evening milking, STORM / they begin to look like CLOUDS / lumpy, obese ground clouds POLAR / foraging for something to eat SHIFT.
$ 1500.00 Edition Item# 9795w
ATTALAI, GABOR UNTITLED (LOUSE TERRACE 1ST CLASS (FOR LADIES). LOUSE TERRACE 1ST CLASS (FOR MEN)). Budapest, Hungary. 1970 - 1972. Diptych. Two vintage gelatin silver prints, once taped together, with handwritten additions in felt pen. Verso of each print has date range and attribution in typescript and rubber stamp with the artist's name and address. Rubber stamp from Art Information Center, Peter M. van Beveren, on verso spanning the seam of the two photographs. Tape has lost adhesion, and photographs have separated. Each: 5.75 x 4.5". Overall: 5.75 x 9". Photography.
$ 1200.00 Edition Item# 14243w
ATTALAI, GABOR Untitled.
Budapest, Hungary. c. 1972. Four vintage gelatin silver prints mounted on two boards. Framed. Signed on the verso of one of the boards. Very good minus condition. Backing boards are lightly buckled and creased at corners. 0.25" tear to photo on lower right. Small nick in finish of frame on upper left edge. Prints: 5.75 x 9" each. Boards: 13 x 9.5" each. Frame: 17.75 x 24".
$ 3500.00 Edition Item# 14244w
BAJ, ENRICO ENRICO BAJ. Editore Achille Mauri, Milan, Italy. 1969. Artist's publication and multiple enclosed in a cardboard folio. Color and black and white. Publication is in hard covers. Dust jacket. Stitch bound. Includes an E. Baj folded insert. Text: Jan Van der Marck. Text in Italian, English, French and German. Multiple is made of vinyl, plastic and a button. Vinyl is folded. Hanger mounted to the verso. A circle revealing the multiple is cut out of the cardboard folio. Very good condition. Publication: 12.25 x 12.25". 84 pages. Unfolded multiple: 11.75 x 21.5". Cardboard folio: 12.5 x 12.5 x 1". Reference: p. 90 Libri d'artista in Italia 1960 - 1998. Liliana Dematteis and Giorgio Maffei. Regione Piemonte, Turin, Italy. 1998.
$ 400.00 Edition Item# 9879w
BALDERI, IGINIO Untitled. Pour Ecrire la Liberte, Brussels, Belgium. 1975. Poster / flyer. Black on white paper. Offset lithograph printed oval. Contribution to the boxed artists' edition Saltoarte, issued in support of the Belgian political magazine POUR. Very good condition. Very light creasing. 14 x 11.5".
$ 50.00 Edition Item# 13477w
BALDWIN, CLIFF / HOMPSON, DAVI DET GUSH. [Michael Lowe, Cincinatti, OH]. . Multiple. Found short sleeve shirt on a wooden hanger. Embroidered GUSH on front left shirt. Hanger is woodburned BALDWIN + HOMPSON. [Edition of 25 copies]. Very good condition. 32.5 x 32".
$ 150.00 Edition Item# 8262w
BARNEY, MATTHEW Cremaster 5. Film Forum, New York, NY. 1997. Print. Silver, black and white. Offset lithograph and silkscreen printed with silver foil hot stamping. Signed, dated and numbered. Number 19 of an edition of 250. Framed. 33" x 23".
$ 950.00 Edition Item# 14364w
BAUER, DIANN Untitled (Hair Scarf). np, np. 1999. Multiple. Purple fabric with red and maroon synthetic hair fringe. Product description tag attached with safety pin. Tag reads "The product you have purchased proudly maintains its commitment to socially responsible cultivation methods and preservation of Euro-American subcultures. The pelts used come exclusively from individuals subscribing to a pure punk aesthetic, raised and nurtured in their natural, free range habitat. Thank you for making your individual contribution to the preservation of social order." Unlimited edition. Excellent condition. 9.5 x 75". "I see them as a sarcastic object, the narrative being that the 'socially deviant' kids with brightly colored mohawks were themselves scalped and turned into a consumer product, sanitized for your protection, a literal translation of what has happened ideologically." Reference: Correspondence with Steven Leiber, Jan. 31, 2000.
$ 200.00 Edition Item# 13323w
BAY OF PIGS (HAYES, ANDREW & MORGAN, RON & JACOBS, JOSEPH & PAOLILLO, STEPHANO & KELLY, RICHARD) ALIENS ADDICTION. Subterranean Records, Berkley, CA. 1986. 45 rpm record with liner notes and sleeve. Liner notes are red, black and white. Folded. Liner notes signed by Andrew (Hayes). Very good condition. Liner notes: 14 x 7". Record: 7 x 7". Music.
$ 20.00 Edition Item# 4048w
BERRIGAN, TED / DINE, JIM FRAGMENT. Cape Goliard Press, London, UK. Summer 1969. Yellow folio containing one print. Color and black and white. Offset lithograph and letterpress. Printed black, pink, yellow and blue on white hand-made paper. Print: Jim Dine. Text: Ted Berrigan. Edition of 327 copies. Numbered. Print: 15.5 x 11.5". Folio: 18.5 x 12.75". Pop Art.
$ 600.00 Edition Item# 7485w
BEUYS, JOSEPH / ALBRECHT D. a concert at the ica. joseph beuys. albrecht d. 1.11.1974. Reflection Press, Stuttgart, Germany / Samadhi Records, Stuttgart, Germany. 1975/76. Two 33 rpm records, one with accompanying book and one artist's book by Albrecht D. Color and black and white. Records in sleeves. One record in jacket. Book accompanying the record is unbound, silkscreen covers with a gelatin silver print of Beuys attached to back cover. Artist's book in wrappers. Tape bound. Photos by Chris Schwarz. Text in German. Number 72 of an edition of 99 copies. Signed, numbered and dated by J. Beuys and Albrecht D in pencil. Records: 12 x 12". Accompanying book: 12.5 x 12.5". Unpaginated. Jacket: 12.25 x 12.5". Artist's book: 4 x 5.75". Unpaginated. Documentation of the spontaneous concert by Joseph Beuys and Albrecht D. that took place during the first day of the exhibition "Art into Society - Society into Art" at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. Reference: No. 158 JOSEPH BEUYS THE MULTIPLES. Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA / Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN / Edition Schellmann, Munich, Germany, New York, NY. 1997; p. 82 BROKEN MUSIC. Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD, Berlin, Germany. Gelbe Musik, Berlin, Germany. 1989. Fluxus & Happenings; Music; Performance Art.
$ 2200.00 Edition Item# 11191w
BIJL, GUILLAUME Fragment of a "Roman Street." Openluchtmuseum Middelheim, Antwerp, Belgium. 1994. Multiple. Cardboard box containing a rock. Box is lined with red satin. Edition of 1200 numbered copies, 600 of which are signed. Artist's proof. Signed in black ink on box bottom. Very good condition. Box: 3 x 5.5 x 1.5".
$ 300.00 Edition Item# 7281w
BIJL, GUILLAUME Guillaume Bijl. Fur Garderobe keine Haftung [Not responsible for Wardrobe]. Witte de With, [Rotterdam, The Netherlands]. January 27 - March 25, 1990. Multiple. Metal clotheshangar screwed to black board with title plaque mounted to board. Enclosed in a red cardboard box. Text by C. Dercon is printed inside box lid. Text in German and English. Edition of 750 copies. Multiple in excellent condition. 11.5 x 8.25 x 1.5". Box in very good minus condition. Box edges are torn. 12.25 x 8.25 x 2". Reference: p. 36 International Index of MULTIPLES from Duchamp to the Present. Spiral / Wacoal Art Center, Tokyo, Japan / Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Cologne, Germany. 1993.
$ 200.00 Edition Item# 7744w
BLAKE, NAYLAND Untitled (Made with pride by a Queen). Self-published, San Francisco, CA? 1989? Multiple. Black on grey canvas. Five photo silkscreen printed canvases stacked together and sealed in plastic. Edition of 50 copies. Each canvas is numbered and editioned on the verso. Excellent condition. Overall: 8 x 10 x 3.5".