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land art, environmental art, earth art

 

 

Richard LONG: Dunkery Hill. 1985.

Richard LONG: Dunkery Hill. 1985 Print

Print.
Black and white photo in heliography and text silkscreened in red, on white paper, on one side. Image: 40.3x59.4 cm. Plate: 44.6x59.4 cm. Edition of 80 numbered and signed copies. 1985. Numbered and signed by R. Long on the back, in black pencil.

 

Robert MORRIS: Earth Projects. 1969.

Robert MORRIS: Earth Projects. 1969.

Prints.
Portfolio of 10 etchings hand-printed from aluminium plates on a scraper- bar Schofield press by Aris Koutroulis and Theo Wujcik under the direction of Aris Kourtoulis.
The prints were pulled in the Detroit Workshop at the Common Ground of the Arts in Detroit in the Summer and Fall of 1969. The edition is numbered 1 to 125 on BFK Rives Paper. An average of 10 to 15 proofs also exists.
There are 7 to 9 colors in each lithograph.
Each plate, signed and numbered, 56.5x76 cm.
Full margins.
All plates have been effaced.
Title page designed by Bill Butt.
Printed by Detroit Workshop, New York.
Published by Friends of Modern Art of the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit.
Complete.
Excellent condition.

List of the plates:

I- Mounds and Trenches
II- Dust
III- Burning Petroleum
IV- Piles and Pits
V- Temperatures
VI- Steam
VII- Vibrations
VIII- Waterfall
IX- Hedges and Gravel
X- Wall and Ditch

Reference:
Ch. Chérix, Robert Morris, Estampes et Multiples, 1952-1998, Catalogue Raisonné, Geneva and Chatou, 1999, #5 to 14, pp. 21 through 31.

 

Robert MORRIS: Two (of the ten) etchings from the portfolio Earth Projetcs, 1969.
Earth Projects: Portfolio of 10 etchings hand-printed from aluminium plates on a scraper- bar Schofield press by Aris Koutroulis and Theo Wujcik under the direction of Aris Kourtoulis. The prints were pulled in the Detroit Workshop at the Common Ground of the Arts in Detroit in the Summer and Fall of 1969. The edition is numbered 1 to 125 on BFK Rives Paper. An average of 10 to 15 proofs also exists. There are 7 to 9 colors in each lithograph. All plates have been effaced. Title page designed by Bill Butt. Printed by Detroit Workshop, New York. Published by Friends of Modern Art of the Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit.


Robert MORRIS: Steam. (Plate #VI of the portfolio Earth Projects).

Robert MORRIS: Steam. (Plate #VI of the portfolio Earth Projects)

In 7 colors (light grey, dark grey brown, cyan, yellowished green, magenta and sivered grey). 56.3x76.2 cm. Edition of 125 copies. This copy is an A.P., numbered lower left, dated and signed lower right in black pencil. Short tear (3 cm) in the upper margin. A tiny pin hole at each corner.
C. Chérix, Robert Morris, Estampes et Multiples, 1952-1998, Catalogue Raisonné, Geneva and Chatou, 1999: #10, p. 27.

Robert MORRIS: Wall and Ditch. (Plate #X of the portfolio Earth Projects).

Robert MORRIS: Wall and Ditch. (Plate #X of the portfolio Earth Projects)

In 7 colors (light grey, dark grey brown, cyan, yellowished green, magenta and green). 56.3x76.2 cm. Edition of 125 copies. This copy is an A.P., numbered lower left, dated and signed lower right in black pencil. A tiny pin hole at each corner.
C. Chérix, Robert Morris, Estampes et Multiples, 1952-1998, Catalogue Raisonné, Geneva and Chatou, 1999: #14, p. 31.

 

Dennis OPPENHEIM: Extended Homerange for an Organism. 1968.

Dennis OPPENHEIM: Extended Homerange for an Organism. 1968


Unique work.
Drawing, collage, Lettraset, typed text on paper mounted on cardboard. Signed and dated Nov 1968 by D. Oppenheim in black pencil. 52.4x54.9 cm (20 1/2x21 1/2").
Typed text by D. Oppenheim:
"The dark area divided into quadrants represents the homerange of an organism. Traps were set in the center of each quadrant so that the homerange of the animal could be determined on the basis of quadrants that were occupied. The dotted line represents the boundry of the homerange, and the number within the quadrant represents the number of times the animal was caught in a particular trap. Number 8 is the location of the homesite or center of activity. The scale has been increased 1,000 times, and the homesite relocated near Amarillo, Texas (light green), in an area that showed the highest and lowest temperature difference for Thurs., June 29, 1967. "
Prov.: John Gisbon Gallery (gallery paper label glued on the back), NY, then private owner.

 

 

 


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