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Maurizio CATTELAN, Masimilano GIONI and Ali SUBOTNICK The Wrong Gallery  

Maurizio CATTELAN, Massimiliano GIONI and Ali SUBOTNICK

The Wrong Gallery

Multiple

Wrong Gallery:
Wood, brass, steel, resin, plastic, glass and electric lighting.
1/6 scale: 45.2 x 29 x 17 cm (18" x 11" x 2.36").

Edition of 2,500 handnumbered.

Edition CerealArt, Philadelphia, 2005

Coming with, the three follwing elements, all boxed in their original packaging:

Adam McEWAN: "Sorry we're Sorry"; "Sorry we're dead; "Sorry we're cunts"; "Sorry we're closed". 2002-203.
Set of four printed pvc static cling minitaure window signs.
Each sign: 5 x 4 cm (2" x 1.5")
Open edition.

Lawrence WEINER: "Give & Get"; "Have & Take". 2005.
Two brass stencils.
Each: 5.5 x 18.6 cm (7" x 2")
Edition of 1,000.

Elizabeth PEYTON: "593 Napoleon after his birth". 1991.
Photo-silkscreeen on glass, resin frame.
34 x 16.9 cm (13" x 6.5")
Edition of 500

Condition:
The Wrong Gallery and the three elements: fine, still in the publisher' cardboard packaging.

"Now everyone can be a dealer" -Maurizio Cattelan Cerealart is pleased to present a project from Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano Gioni and Ali Subotnick: an edition of 1:6 scale reproductions of New York's smallest exhibition space, The Wrong Gallery. Open the door, turn on the light, install a work, and become the curator you've always imagined you could be by organizing your own personal gallery program. The Wrong Gallery was the smallest exhibition space in New York, located at 516A1/2 West 20th Street in Chelsea, opening in 2002 and closing in September 2005. The Wrong Gallery reopened at The Tate Modern in November of 2005".


 

 

 

 Marizio CATTELAN Die/ Die More/ Die Better/ Die Again
Die/ Die More/ Die Better/ Die Again
 
 Maurizio CATTELAN The Three Qattelan
The Three-Qattelan
 
 Maurizio CATTELAN The Taste of Others
The Taste of Others
 

Maurizio CATTELAN

Die/ Die More/ Die Better/ Die Again, The Three-Qattelan, and The Taste of Others

Set of three autobiographic volumes conceived by Maurizio Cattelan as both books and artworks. Hand written and illustrated, subsequently reproduced in offset printing, the books present the works and projects of the Italian artist with texts by Bice Curiger, Francesco Bonami, and Massimiliano Gioni. The pages are printed on one side only and are loose in a cardboard slipcase.
Each volume has been published in an edition of 1000 copies.

The three volumes:

1)
Die/ Die More/ Die Better/ Die Again

Published February 2008
First edition of 1000 copies
Concept and editing: Maurizio Cattelan
Essay: Bice Curiger
English translation: Catherine Schelbert
Graphic design: Three Star Books with the assistance of Kunsthaus Bregez and MMK Museum für Modern Kunst, Frakfurt/Main.
Watercolors and calligraphy: Xinhui Li
Book description:
Format: 32.5 x 43 cm. - 12.7 x 16.9 inches
43 loose pages printed offset in six colors using Staccato screens with UV inks in a box.
Paper: Munken Print Cream, 300 g/m2
Box: CPMC, Paris, recycled cardboard, embossed and foil stamped text and image printed and glued in plate sink
Printing: Imprimerie Blanchard, Paris
Fine, as new.
Out of print

2)
The Three-Qattelan

Published October 2010
First edition of 1000 copies
Concept and editing: Maurizio Cattelan
Essay: Francesco Bonami
German translation: Bram Opstelten
Publisher: Mélanie Scarciglia
Text editor: Cornelia Lauf
Copy editors: Mia Casale, Frances Horn
Graphic design: Christophe Boutin
Watercolors and calligraphy: Fu Site and Han Shafei
Book Description:
Format: 32.5 x 43 cm - 12.7 x 16.9 inches ï¿_49 loose pages printed offset in 5 colors in a box.
Paper: Munken Print Cream, 300 g/m2
Box: CPMC, Paris, recycled cardboard, embossed and foil stamped text and image printed and glued in plate sink
Printing: Fälth & Hassler, Sweden
New, still sealed

3)
The Taste of Others

Published October 2011
First edition of 1000 copies
Concept and editing: Maurizio Cattelan
Essay: Massimiliano Gioni
English translation: Johanna Bishop
Proofreading: Beth Turk German translation and proofreading: Bram Opstelten
Graphic design: Christophe Boutin
Watercolors and calligraphy: Fu Site
Book Description:
Format: 32.5 x 43 cm - 12.7 x 16.9 inches 46 loose pages printed offset in 5 colors in a box.
Paper: Munken Print Cream, 300 g/m2
Box: CPMC, Paris, recycled cardboard, embossed and foil stamped text and image printed and glued in plate sink
Printing: Elanders, Sweden
New, still sealed

The three volumes come in a card slipcase.


 

 

 

 

 


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