ACCONCI, VITO / NAUMAN, BRUCE / BEUYS, JOSEPH / RAINER, ARNULF / MORRIS, BOB / HEIZER, MIKE / FULTON, HAMISH / OPPENHEIM, DENNIS interfunktionen 6. Verlag Heubach, Cologne, Germany. September 1971.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Editor: F. W. Heubach. Cover: B. Nauman. Contributions by: V. Acconci, B. Nauman, J. Beuys, A. Rainer, B. Morris, M. Heizer, H. Fulton and D. Oppenheim. Text in English and German. Edition of 1000 copies. Very good condition 11.5 x 8.25". 90 pages. Reference: p. 181 ARTFORUM MAY 2004, Vol. XLII, No. 9. Anthony Korner, Knight Landesman and Charles Guarino, New York, NY. 2004. Performance Art; Land Art / Environmental Art.
$ 300.00 Book Item# 6038w
ADAMSKI, HANS PETER / ANZINGER, SIEGFRIED / A-ONE / BARCELO, MIGUEL / BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL / BEUYS, JOSEPH / BOWES, DAVID / BROWN, JAMES / CHIA, SANDRO / CHRISTIAN, ABRAHAM DAVID / CHUCK / CLEMENTE, FRANCESCO / CRAGG, TONY / CRASH / CUCCHI, ENZO / DAZE / DISLER, MARTIN / FETTING, RAINER / HACKER, DIETER / HARING, KEITH / HIEN, ALBERT / LAMAS, MENCHU / LONGOBARDI, NINO / DE MARIA, NICOLA / MIDDENDORF, HELMUT / MIRA, VICTOR / NAHER, CHRISTA / PALADINO, MIMMO / DE PALMA, BRETT / PATINO, ANTON / PENCK, A.R. / RENNERTZ, KARL MANFRED / SALOME / SCHARF, KENNY / SEVILLA, FERRAN GARCIA / TATAFIORE, ERNESTO / TOXIC / VACCARI, WEINER / VOGT, PETER / WAWRIN, ISOLDE / ZIMMER, BERND ZEITGENOSSISCHE KUNST BEI THOMAS. 1985. Katalog Nr. 32. Galerie Thomas, Munich, Germany. 1985.
Dealer catalog. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Artists included: H.P. Adamski, S. Anzinger, A-One, M. Barcelo, J. Basquiat, J. Beuys, D. Bowes, J. Brown, S. Chia, A.D. Christian, Chuck, F. Clemente, T. Cragg, Crash, E. Cucchi, Daze, M. Disler, R. Fetting, D. Hacker, K. Haring, A. Hien, M. Lamas, N. Longobardi, N. de Maria, H. Middendorf, V. Mira, C. Naher, M. Paladino, B. de Palma, A. Patino, A.R. Penck, K.M. Rennertz, Salome, K. Scharf, F.G. Sevilla, E. Tatafiore, Toxic, W. Vaccari, P. Vogt, I. Wawrin and B. Zimmer. Very good condition. 11.75 x 8.25". 108 pages.
$ 15.00 Book Item# 13419w
ANSELMO, GIOVANNI / BASELITZ, GEORG / BEUYS, JOSEPH / BLAKE, NAYLAND / BROODTHAERS, MARCEL / CAIN, PETER / CORNELL, JOSEPH / DE KOONING, WILLEM / ENSOR, JAMES / EVANS, WALKER / FONTANA, LUCIO / FREUD, LUCIAN / FRIEDLANDER, LEE / GURSKY, ANDREAS / HUME, GARY / LYON, DANNY / NEWMAN, BARNETT / POLKE, SIGMAR / MAN RAY / RICHTER, GERHARD / SHEELER, CHARLES / SMITH, DAVID / STILL, CLYFFORD / WEEGEE TENTH ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION. 100 DRAWINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS. Matthew Marks Gallery, New York, NY. 2001.
Exhibition catalog. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Artists include G. Anselmo, G. Baselitz, J. Beuys, N. Blake, M. Broodthaers, P. Cain, J. Cornell, W. de Kooning, J. Ensor, W. Evans, L. Fontana, L. Freud, L. Friedlander, A. Gursky, G. Hume, D. Lyon, B. Newman, S. Polke, Man Ray, G. Richter, C. Sheeler, D. Smith, C. Still, Weegee and others. Very good condition. Sunning to wrappers. 10.25 x 7.5". Unpaginated. ISBN#: 1880146347
$ 20.00 Book Item# 13456w
BECK, ROBERT / BEUYS, JOSEPH / COLEMAN, JOE / EL HANANI, JACOB / ELIASSON, OLAFUR / FINCH, SPENCER / FITZPATRICK, TONY / FORD, WALTON / GRINNELL, TOLAND / LEWITT, SOL / MELLYN, SEAN / MILLS, WES / MOFFETT, DONALD / PANAMARENKO / SACHS, TOM / SMITH, CARY / VIOLA, BILL / BURTYNSKY, EDWARD / COPLANS, JOHN / FONTCUBERTA, JOAN / LEMIEUX, ANNETTE / MANN, SALLY / MATTA-CLARK, GORDON / METZKER, RAY / O'NEIL, MICHAEL / PARKER, CORNELIA / SERRANO, ANDRES / WELLING, JAMES / CLOSE, CHUCK / GILLESPIE, GREGORY / KOONS, JEFF / MIRO, JOAN / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / RICHTER, GERHARD / RYMAN, ROBERT / SULTAN, DONALD / WEEMS, CARRIE MAE / WILSON, DONALD ROLLER / BEERY, GENE / BOCHNER, MEL / CAGE, JOHN / DARBOVEN, HANNE / FLAVIN, DAN / HOUSHIARY, SHIRAZEH / ISAAC, JEFFREY / KAZUKO / NATZ, HELGA / PEARSON, HENRY / SMITH, TONY ACQUIRING TASTE. Work from the collections of Janice and Mickey Cartin, RObinson and Nancy Grover, Peter Hirschl and Lisa Silvestri, The LeWitt Collection. Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT. February 23 - June 30, 2002.
Exhibition catalog. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Artists included: R. Beck, J. Beuys, J. Coleman, J. El Hanani, O. Eliasson, S. Finch, T. Fitzpatrick, W. Ford, T. Grinnell, S. LeWitt, S. Mellyn, W. Mills, D. Moffett, Panamarenko, T. Sachs, C. Smith, B. Viola, E. Burtynsky, J. Coplans, J. Fontcuberta, A. Lemieux, S. Mann, G. Matta-Clark, R. Metzker, M. O'Neil, C. Parker, A. Serrano, J. Welling, C. Close, G. Gillespie, J. Koons, J. Miro, R. Rauschenberg, G. Richter, R. Ryman, D. Sultan, C.M. Weems, D.R. Wilson, G. Beery, M. Bochner, J. Cage, H. Darboven, D. Flavin, S. Houshiary, J. Isaac, Kazuko, H. Natz, H. Pearson and T. Smith. Essay: Steven A. Holmes. Very good condition. Light shelf wear. 9 x 6". 125 pages. ISBN#: 0971785902
$ 25.00 Book Item# 13793w
BEUYS, JOSEPH JOSEPH BEUYS. DIE SOZIALE PLASTIK. Informatore d'Arte, numero 8. Fondazione Amelio - Instituto Per L'Arte Contemporanea, Naples, Italy / Accademia di Belle Arti, Naples, Italy. June 5 - July 10, 1987.
Exhibition catalogue. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Four folded leaves. Text: G. Pisani, A.B. Caputi, A. Oliva and M. Bonuomo. Text in Italian. Excellent condition. 19.25 x 13.5". Unpaginated. 16 pages. Fluxus & Happenings; Performance Art.
$ 25.00 Book Item# 5879w
BEUYS, JOSEPH Joseph Beuys. Kunstmuseum Basel, Basel, Switzerland. November 16, 1969 - January 4, 1970.
Exhibition catalogue. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Text: F. Meyer. Text in German. Very good condition. 11.75 x 8.25". 54 pages. Fluxus & Happenings; Performance Art.
$ 100.00 Book Item# 6687w
BEUYS, JOSEPH JOSEPH BEUYS. DOCUMENTATIE. Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht, The Netherlands. April 12 - May 19, 1975.
Exhibition poster. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on one side. Folded. Text in Duch. Very good condition. 22.75 x 14.75". Reference: p. 68 Joseph Beuys. Plakate / Posters. Prestel Verlag, Munich, Germany / Berlin, Germany / London, UK / New York, NY. 2004. Performance Art.
$ 200.00 Ephemera Item# 6999w
BEUYS, JOSEPH BEUYS. Tracce in Italia. Lucio Amelio Modern Art Agency, Naples, Italy. October 1, 1974.
Exhibition poster. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on one side. Text in German and Italian. Very good condition. 31.5 x 22.25". Reference: p. 67 Joseph Beuys. Plakate / Posters. Prestel, Munich, Germany / Berlin, Germany / London, UK / New York, NY; JOSEPH BEUYS PLAKATE. Schneider - Henn Auktion, Munich, Germany. May 13, 1991. Fluxus & Happenings; Performance Art.
$ 200.00 Ephemera Item# 6218w
BEUYS, JOSEPH Objekte. Zeichnungen. Multiples. Stadtisches Kunstmuseum, Bonn, Germany. March 1981.
Exhibition catalogue. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Text: Dierk Stemmler. Text in German. Very good condition. 9 x 7.25". 77 pages. Fluxus & Happenings.
$ 85.00 Book Item# 8338w
BEUYS, JOSEPH Untitled. Pour ecrire la liberte, Brussels, Belgium. 1975.
Printed polyethylene bag with three offset prints. Contribution to the boxed artists' edition Saltoarte, issued in support of the Belgian political magazine POUR. Edition of 1000 copies. Bag is red, green and black on white plastic. Folded. Very good condition. Some rubbing. 17.5 x 11". First print is black and white with photodocumentation of the action / performance 'I Like America and America Like Me'. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Folded. Very good minus condition. Light creasing throughout. Unfolded: 14 x 21.75". Second print is a black and white reproduction of a photograph of Beuys on stage with a horse. Very good minus condition. Light creasing throughout. 11 x 14". Third print is titled Stuck 17 [Play 17]. Black on yellow paper. Good condition. Creasing at top edge. 11.75 x 8.75". "Play 17 is one of several short plays Beuys wrote in the early 1960s. As seen here, most consist of a list of characters with a few lines of instruction. The first line shows that the play is set 'In a room with 4 fat corners acting together'. This is followed by a list of animals and insects and concludes with the stage directions; 'The animals vanish as soon as the Western man enters. Simultaneously projected on the room's north wall the 'Eastern man''. This reflects the artist's belief that Western culture had separated itself from nature, unlike Eastern culture. The play's importance to Beuys is shown by the fact it exists in several handwritten versions and four multiple editions. It was written as a scenario for an 'action'." Reference: p. 164 JOSEPH BEUYS. THE MULTIPLES. Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA. 1997; Tate collection online, Item Number AR00115, http://www.tate.org.uk/servlet/ViewWork?cgroupid=999999961&workid=98618&searchid=9334 (accessed September 1, 2010).
$ 300.00 Ephemera Item# 12791w
BEUYS, JOSEPH words which can hear. Anthony d'Offay, London, U.K. 1981.
Artist's publication. Black and white. Hard covers. Stitch bound. Lattice pencil drawings of intersecting lines and text, arranged in grids. Signed and numbered in brown pen on colophon page. Edition of 250 signed copies and 2000 total copies. Very good condition. .25" blemish on title page where fibers have lifted and adhered to the verso of the adjacent page. Corners bumped. 12 x 8.5". Unpaginated.
$ 500.00 Book Item# 12863w
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
BEUYS, JOSEPH / BASTIAN, HEINER / BARCELO, MIQUEL / BASQUIAT, JEAN-MICHEL / BOMMELS, PETER / BROWN, JAMES / CHIA, SANDRO / CLEMENTE, FRANCESCO / CRAGG, TONY / CUCCHI, ENZO / DAHN, WALTER / DEUTSCH, DAVID / DISLER, MARTIN / DOKOUPIL, JIRI GEORG / HARING, KEITH / IMMENDORFF, JORG / KAPOOR, ANISH / KOBERLING, BERND / KNOEBEL, IMI / KOUNELLIS, JANNIS / LONG, RICHARD / MARDEN, BRICE / MCLEAN, BRUCE / MERZ, MARIO / MIDDENDORF, HELMUT / OEHLEN, ALBERT / OEHLEN, MARKUS / PALADINO, MIMMO / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / SALOME / SCHNABEL, JULIAN / TANNERT, VOLKER / TWOMBLY, CY / WARHOL, ANDY / WOODROW, BILL 7000 Eichen. Heiner Bastian, Berlin, Germany / Benteli Verlag, Bern, Switzerland. 1985.
Exhibition catalog documenting works donated to help fund Joseph Beuys' project for Documenta 7 of planting 7000 oak trees. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Artists include: M. Barcelo, J. Basquiat, J. Beuys, P. Bommels, J. Brown, S. Chia, F. Clemente, T. Cragg, E. Cucchi, W. Dahn, D. Deutsch, M. Disler, J.G. Dokoupil, K. Haring, J. Immendorff, A. Kapoor, B. Koberling, I. Knoebel, J. Kounellis, R. Long, B. Marden, B. McLean, M. Merz, H. Middendorf, A. Oehlen, M. Oehlen, M. Paladino, R. Rauschenberg, Salome, J. Schnabel, V. Tannert, C. Twombly, A. Warhol and B. Woodrow. Each artist is represented by a portrait photograph, a page of text and an illustration of a work. Text in English and German. Very good condition. 11 x 8.75". Unpaginated.
Exhibition traveled to: Kunsthalle Tubingen, Tubingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. March 2 - April 14, 1985 / Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany. June 2 - August 11, 1985. ISBN#: 3716505072
$ 20.00 Book Item# 13710w
BLOCK, URSULA / BLOCK, RENE / GLASMEIER, MICHAEL / ADORNO, THEODOR W. / MOHOLY-NAGY, LASZLO / DUBUFFET, JEAN / ZELLER, HANS RUDOLF / KNIZAK, MILAN / SEIFFERT, CHRISTIANE / ACCONCI, VITO / ANDERSON, LAURIE / ANTIN, ELEANOR / APPEL, KAREL / ARP, JEAN (HANS) / ASHLEY, ROBERT / ART & LANGUAGE / BARRY, ROBERT / BERTOIA, HARRY / BEUYS, JOSEPH / BLAKE, PETER / BOHMLER, CLAUS / BOLTANSKI, CHRISTIAN / CAGE, JOHN / BRUS, GUNTER / CARMI, EUGENIO / CHRISTIANSEN, HENNING / CORNER, PHILIP / DARBOVEN, HANNE / DIBBETS, JAN / DOWNSBROUGH, PETER / DUBUFFET, JEAN / DUCHAMP, MARCEL / EXPORT, VALIE / FONTANA, BILL / FOX, TERRY / FRITSCH, KATHARINA / GLASS, PHILIP / HAACKE, HANS / HAUSMANN, RAOUL / HIGGINS, DICK / JOHNS, JASPER / JONES, JOE / KAPROW, ALLAN / KIPPENBERGER, MARTIN / KLEIN, YVES / KNIZAK, M. / KOZLOWSKI, JAROSLAW / LEWITT, SOL / MARCLAY, CHRISTIAN / MUEHL, OTTO / NANNUCCI, MAURIZIO / NITSCH, HERMANN / OEHLEN, ALBERT / ONO, YOKO / PAIK, NAM JUNE / PALESTINE, CHARLEMAGNE / PENCK, A.R. / RAINER, ARNULF / ROTH, DIETER / RUHM, GERHARD / SARKIS / SCHMIT, TOMAS / SCHWITTERS, KURT / SNOW, MICHAEL / SONNIER, KEITH / ULRICHS, TIMM / VAUTIER, BEN / VOSTELL, WOLF / WADA, YOSHI / WARHOL, ANDY / WEINER, LAWRENCE / YOUNG, LA MONTE / ZAZEELA, MARIAN BROKEN MUSIC. Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD / gelber Musik Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 1989.
Reference book. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Flexi-disc included on first page. Text: R. Block, U. Block, M. Glasmeier, T. Adorno, L. Moholy-Nagy, J. Dubuffet, H. Zeller, M. Knizak. Text in German, English, and French. Artists included: V. Acconci, L. Anderson, E. Antin, K. Appel, H. Arp, R. Ashley, Art & Language, R. Barry, H. Bertoia, J. Beuys, P. Blake, C. Bohmler, C. Boltanski, J. Cage, G. Brus, E. Carmi, H. Christiansen, P. Corner, H. Darboven, J. Dibbets, P. Downsbrough, J. Dubuffet, M. Duchamp, V. Export, B. Fontana, T. Fox, K. Fritsch, P. Glass, H. Haacke, R. Hausmann, D. Higgins, J. Johns, J. Jones, A. Kaprow, M. Kippenberger, Y. Klein, M. Knizak, J. Kozlowski, S. Lewitt, C. Marclay, O. Muehl, M. Nannucci, H. Nitsch, A. Oehlen, Y. Ono, N.J. Paik, C. Palestine, A.R. Penck, A. Rainer, D. Roth, G. Ruhm, Sarkis, T. Schmit, K. Schwitters, M. Snow, K. Sonnier, T. Ulrichs, B. Vautier, W. Vostell, Y. Wada, A. Warhol, L. Weiner, L.M. Young, M. Zazeela and others. Very good condition. Light shelf wear. 10.25 x 8.25". 278 pages. "Broken Music shows works of visual artists created with and for the medium of the record: records, record-covers, record-objects, record-installations. In contrast to the composer or musician who perceives the record first and foremost as a vehicle transporting his musical ideas, the visual artist is especially interested in the optical as well as the acoustical presence. In the early 60's, Milan Knizak called his record-collages 'Broken Music' - by destroying, painting, pasting and breaking records - he also broke with the traditional habits of hearing. 'Broken Music' stands for a break with conventional ideas, as a breakthrough into something new. This start - somewhat simple to be sure, but thereby all the more conclusive - seemed convincing enough to form the concept for the whole exhibition." Reference: p. 9 BROKEN MUSIC. ARTISTS' RECORDWORKS. Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD, Berlin, Germany / Gelbe Musik Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 1989. ISBN#: 3893570136 Music.
$ 450.00 Book Item# 12117w
CLEMENTE, FRANCESCO / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / MERZ, MARIO / PENONE, GIUSEPPE / BEUYS, JOSEPH / ANSELMO, GIOVANNI MERCOLEDI 16 FEBBRAIO 1977, ORE 19. Gian Enzo Sperone, Rome, Italy. February 16, 1977.
Exhibition announcement card. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed. Artists included: F. Clemente, J. Kosuth, M. Merz, G. Penone, J. Beuys, G. Anselmo and others. Photo: P. Mussat. Very good condition. 7.5 x 5.25". Arte Povera.
$ 60.00 Ephemera Item# 13777w
DEAK, EDIT / ROBINSON, WALTER / BEUYS, JOSEPH / HENDRICKS, JON / TOCHE, JEAN / JONAS, JOAN / HEYWARD, JULIA / HOWELL, JOHN / ENSLEY, SUSAN / POZZI, LUCIO / BARK, JARED / BURTON, SCOTT / SCHNEEMANN, CAROLEE / ANTIN, DAVID / ANDERSON, LAURIE / GILBERT-ROLFE, JEREMY / GLASS, PHILIP / WILSON, ROBERT / LIPPARD, LUCY R. / CORTEZ, DIEGO ART-RITE no. 10. Fall 1975. Art-Rite Publishing Company, New York, NY. 1975.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Cover: J. Beuys. Editors: E. deAk and W. Robinson. Included: J. Hendricks, J. Toche, J. Jonas, J. Heyward, J. Howell, S. Ensley, L. Pozzi, J. Bark, S. Burton, C. Schneemann, D. Antin, L. Anderson, J. Gilbert-Rolfe, P. Glass, R. Wilson, L.R. Lippard, D. Cortez and others. Very good condition. Light sunning to wrappers and .125" open tear at bottom of front cover. 11 x 8.25". Unpaginated. "Very versatile magazine for multimedia and alternative arts." Reference: p. 224 THE MAGAZINE NETWORK. Geza Perneczky. The trends of alternative art in light of their periodicals 1968-1988. Edition Soft Geometry, Cologne, Germany. 1993.
$ 35.00 Book Item# 5650w
DEAN, TOM / LAVOIE, GUY / MERMELSTEIN, ARNO / TOUSIGNANT, SERGE / VITALE, FRANK / VAZAN, WILLIAM / DELAVALLE, JEAN-MARIE / BOURDEAU, PIERRE / BEALY, ALLAN / DANIS-HERBERT, SUZANNE / MORGAN, KELLY / BRONSON, A.A. / HEYER, PAUL / CARON, ALIAN / MCEWEN, PENNY / GENERAL IDEA (PARTZ, FELIX & BRONSON, A.A. & ZONTAL, JORGE) / BEUYS, JOSEPH / SCRUNCHY, SARA / NOLTE, GUNTER / MARSHALORE / HASLAM, MICHAEL / COURNOYER, SERGE / ULRICK, NORMAND / HOWARTH, GLENN / FRAZIER, CHARLES / LECLERC, LOUISE / HOROVAT, MILJENKO / WALKER, ROBERT / ORPEN, TONY / MURRAY, IAN / DEITCHER-KROPSKY, GLORIA / THIBAUDEAU, PEIRRE BEAUX-ARTS. Beaux-Arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Summer 1972.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Editors: T. Dean, G. Lavoie, A. Mermelstein, S. Tousignant, F. Vitale and W. Vazan. Included: A. Mermelstein, J.-M. Delvalle, P. Bordeau, A. Bealy, S. Danis-Herbert, W. Vazan, K. Morgan, A.A. Bronson, P. Heyer, A. Caron, P. McEwen, S. Tousignant, General Idea, J. Beuys, S. Scrunchy, G. Nolte, Marshalore, F. Vitale, T. Dean, M. Haslam, S. Cournoyer, N. Ulrick, G. Howarth, C. Frazier, L. Leclerc, M. Horvat, R. Walker, T. Orpen, I. Murray, G. Deitcher-Kropsky, P. Thibaudeau and others. Text in French and English. Very good condition. 10.5 x 8". 64 pages.
$ 25.00 Book Item# 7277w
FRECHURET, MAURICE / BEUYS, JOSEPH / PANE, GINA / ACCONCI, VITO / LUTHI, URS / JOURNIAC, MICHEL / KLAUKE, JURGEN / BOLTANSKI, CHRISTIAN / BRAKHAGE, STAN / ABRAMOVIC, MARINA / EXPORT, VALIE / SCHNEEMANN, CAROLEE / CLARK, LARRY / OPPENHEIM, DENNIS / NAUMAN, BRUCE / ASKEVOLD, DAVID / MCCARTHY, PAUL / BURDEN, CHRIS / HORN, REBECCA / GILBERT & GEORGE / WEGMAN, WILLIAM Les annees 70: l'art en cause. capcMusee d'art contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France. October 18, 2002 - January 19, 2003.
Exhibition catalog. Color and black and white. Fold-out wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Artists included: J. Beuys, G. Pane, V. Acconci, U. Luthi, M. Journiac, J. Klauke, C. Boltanski, S. Brakhage, M. Abramovic, V. Export, C. Schneemann, L. Clark, D. Oppenheim, B. Nauman, D. Askevold, P. McCarthy, C. Burden, R. Horn, Gilbert & George, W. Wegman and others. Text: M. Frechuret. Text in English and French. Very good condition. 11 x 8.75". 416 pages. ISBN#: 2877211940
$ 30.00 Book Item# 13492w
HALL, DAVID / BENGLIS, LYNDA / GRAHAM, DAN / ARNOLD, SKIP / FULTON, HAMISH / BATTISS, WALTER / KALTENBACH, STEPHEN / DOUGLAS, STAN / BURDEN, CHRIS / BOEZEM, MARINUS / EXPORT, VALIE / ONO, YOKO / TOT, ENDRE / UNITED ART CONTRACTORS / RUSCHA, ED / GANDER, RYAN / BEUYS, JOSEPH / WEINER, LAWRENCE / KOONS, JEFF EX GUIDE. WE INTERRUPT THIS PROGRAM. Print Ads and TV Spots by Artists. Mercer Union, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. November 6 - December 12, 2009.
Exhibition catalog. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Curated by Sarah Robayo Sheridan with Steven Leiber and Ted Purves. Essays by T. Purves and S.R. Sheridan accompany reproductions of artworks placed in magazine ad spaces and stills from TV spots by artists. Excellent condition. 7.5 x 5". 31 pages. "The artworks grouped under the general moniker "interruptions by artists" originally circulated by alternative distribution, appearing through the platform of a magazine ad space or TV spot rather than through the formal avenues of gallery or museum display. Many of the works in the selection evidence a conceptual tendency, preferring to disseminate ideas over objects, gestures over lasting monuments. Each performs a disruptive function, either by occupying an antagonistic stance towards the surrounding media environment or by embracing the poetics of direct democracy for the millions." Reference: p. 3 EX GUIDE. WE INTERRUPT THIS PROGRAM. Print Ads and TV Spots by Artists. Mercer Union, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. November 6 - December 12, 2009. ISBN#: 9781926627069 Conceptual Art; Film / Video; Fluxus & Happenings; Performance Art; Environmental Art / Land Art.
$ 15.00 Book Item# 11561w
JACKS, ROBERT / VAN AMEN, WOODY / ANDRE, CARL / BEUYS, JOSEPH / BOEZEM, MARINUS / BOLTANSKI, CHRISTIAN / BUREN, DANIEL / CARDENA, MICHEL / CHRISTO / CROZIER, ROBIN / VAN DIJK, GEURT / ENGELS, PIETER / EIJKELBOOM, HANS / FRIEDMAN, KEN / GERRITSEN, AD / GUBBELS, KLAAS / GIJZEN, WIM / HAMILTON, RICHARD / HIGGINS, DICK / MEW, TOMMY / NANNUCCI, MAURIZIO / NONAS, RICHARD / RAINER, ARNULF / ROTH, DIETER / DE SMET, YVES / SOUZA, AL / TOT, ENDRE / ULRICHS, TIMM / VAUTIER, BEN / VOSTELL, WOLF THE ARCHIVES. Art Information Centre Peter Van Beveren. Provinciaal Museum, Hasselt, Belgium. January 31 - March 15, 1981.
Artists' publication. Color and black and white. Hard covers. Stitch bound and glued. Collage element on pages 1-16, 18, 20, 23-27 and 30. Rubber stamp element on pages 8 and 10. Transparency included before page 16. Glossy red page included before page 21. Includes loose-leaf inventory of works. Contributions by R. Jacks, W. van Amen, C. Andre, J. Beuys, M. Boezem, C. Boltanski, D. Buren, M. Cardena, Christo, R. Crozier, G. van Dijk, P. Engels, H. Eijkelboom, K. Friedman, A. Gerritsen, K. Gubbels, W. Gijzen, R. Hamilton, D. Higgins, T. Mew, M. Nannucci, R. Nonas, A. Rainer, D. Roth, Y. De Smet, A. Souza, E. Tot, T. Ulrichs, B. Vautier and W. Vostell. Signed by Peter Van Beveren in black felt pen. Edition of 500. Number 94. Very good condition minus photograph that has separated from page 23. 12 x 8.5". 30 pages. "During the preparation for my exhibition The Archives, the idea originated to publish an artist book instead of a catalogue. Thirty artists were invited to design one page, specially for this book. Some sent five-hundred works, others sent an idea which has been executed in every book. I do appreciate the participation of all the artists. They made this book a unique document and work of art. It is fixing an era that is subject to rapid changes. It is making the aura of a unique work of art relative; it is representing the character of my archives. The artists participating in this book have been important for the development of my archives during the latest ten years and they have been chosen because of the personal affinity to their work." "[Joseph Beuys'] Secretary's Briefcase (Sekretartasche) 1981. Facsimile print in brownish-violet on semitransparent sheets. Book numbered by another hand. Based on the object Sekretartasche, 1976. Facsimile prints of Urschlitten mit Totengeistern, 1966 (Primeval sleds with ghosts of the dead), oil on paper, double sheet. Both originals reproduced in Zeichnungen, Prestel, cat. nos. 127 and 92." Reference: p. 1 THE ARCHIVES. Art Information Centre Peter Van Beveren. Provinciaal Museum Hasselt, Belgium. January 31 - March 15, 1981; p. 478 JOSEPH BEUYS. THE MULTIPLES. Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA. 1997. Correspondence Art / Mail Art; Fluxus & Happenings.