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erik dietman

 

 

Erik DIETMAN: Untitled. '60s.

DIETMAN Eric Untitled

Unique work.
Empty paint spray can with a free metallic ball inside, totally covered with pieces of adhesive plaster. 19.8x7 cm (diam.). Signed on the bottom.

 

Erik DIETMAN: Quelques M. et Cm. de Sparadrap. A short story by Erik Dietmann. 1963.
DIETMAN Eric Quelques M et Cm de Sparadrap
Multiple. Object.
A regular book totally covered with pieces of adhesive plaster ("sparadrap"). On the front cover, a label of the same material, with full title printed in black and, handwritten in black ink, date, number in the edition and signature by E. Dietmann. Edition of 200 copies, dated, numbered and signed. 21.5x14x1.5 cm. A very early Ditemann's work.
Catalogue Erik Dietman, Centre Pompidou-MNAM, Paris, 1994, p.23. A. Moeglin-Delcroix: Esthétique du livre d'artiste, Paris, 1997, p. 122-123.

 

Erik DIETMANN. Galerie 20/d, Amsterdam, c. 1966-67.
Exhibition catalogue/Artist publication.
An envelope "Par Avion", 12.2x15.5 cm, containing 5 postcards, reproductions of works by E.D., 8 sheets from a note pad "Café-Café", 2 sheets, text by W.A.L. Beeren and biography. Amsterdam, Galerie 20/d, Amsterdam, c. 1966-67.

 

Erik DIETMANN: La Dernière Exposition d'Erik Dietmann. 1967.
Announcement and catalogue.
Card box, 18.1x10.5 cm, containing 30 cards, b/w photo reproductions of E.D.' works or texts and 1 sheet printed one side, biography, crumpled in a ball shape. Cards: 9.5x14 cm. Artist's rubber stamp on the lid.

 

Erik DIETMAN / F.T. BIDLAKE: Hommage à Black Power. 1966-68.
Multiple. Object.
DIETMAN Eric Hommage a Black Power
Big inker stamp: a cylindrical metallic box with lid, body of the black inker stamp. White paper label mounted on the lid with title of the piece and names of the two artists printed black. Edition of 300 numbered copies. Dated 1966-68 and signed by the two artists in blue ink. Diameter: 13 cm. Height: 5.3 cm.

 

Erik DIETMAN: For Gentlemen. 1970.
Artist book.
32p. of which numerous offset photo plates colored by E.D. Text by Dietman - O. Granath. Softcover. 27.6x22.1 cm. Paris, s.n. (self-published), Paris, 1970. Edition of 800 copies. Published for the show at Galerie M. Fels. Chapter 2 of "In Praise of Salad", novel written in Venice in 1967. "Il est dédié aux trois ex-habitants de la 'Petite Place': Oncle Emmet Williams, le chanteur Robert Filliou et Black-Smith Daniel Spoerri". This copy is signed by Dietman in the last page. The edition size, printed, says 800 copies, while it is numbered by the artist in an edition of 300. 3rd E.D.'s artist book in which he presents his own version of conceptual art, the "DEP-ART", art of rupture, of departure.
E. Dietmann, "Les Contemporains-Monographies", MNAM, Centre G. Pompidou, 1994, p. 208.

 

Erik DIETMAN: For Gentlemen. 1970.
Artist book.
32p. of which numerous offset photo plates colored by E.D. Text by Dietman - O. Granath. Softcover. 27.6x22.1 cm. Paris, s.n. (self-published), Paris, 1970. Edition of 800 copies. Published for the show at Galerie M. Fels. Chapter 2 of "In Praise of Salad", novel written in Venice in 1967. "Il est dédié aux trois ex-habitants de la 'Petite Place': Oncle Emmet Williams, le chanteur Robert Filliou et Black-Smith Daniel Spoerri". This copy comes with the sandow made of two black rubber strips with a metallic at each end. It is supposed to be used to maintain on his bicycle the pyramid he travels with.
This is the Deluxe edition of the 3rd E.D.'s artist book in which he presents his own version of conceptual art, the "DEP-ART", art of rupture, of departure.
E. Dietmann, "Les Contemporains-Monographies", MNAM, Centre G. Pompidou, 1994, p. 208.

 

Erik DIETMAN: Le Chieur de Nuit. 1980.

Erik DIETMAN: Le Chieur de Nuit

Unique work.
Mixed media drawing. Originally pasted on corrugated cardboard. Framed under glass. 27.5x34.9 cm. Drawing: 18x26 cm. Titled in the lower margin, dated 80, signed in black ink in the lower right corner of the drawing.

 

Erik DIETMAN: Transes (à Van Garde). L'Irrégulier Numéro Trois. (1982).
Artist publication.
12p. texts and illustrations. 39.5x28 cm. Folded in two.

 

 

 


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