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Marina ABRAMOVIC / ULAY: Rhythm 10, Rhythm 5, Rhythm 2, Rhythm 0. 1974.
7 gelatin silver prints and 1 description double sheet in a portfolio. Photos by Piccolo Sillani. Portfolio: 41x30.8 cm. Plates: 40.6x30.5 cm. Pictures: 20x29.3 cm. Cavallino, Venice, Italy, 1977. Edition of 30 copies, numbered and signed by both artists. Their first performance in collaboration. As new.
Marina Abramovic, Artist Body, Charta, Milan, Italy, 1988, p. 130-137 & 461.
Diane ARBUS. Portfolio. 1979.
12 black and white photos, 40x29.6 cm, printed in heliography. Double page with Italian/English text, biography and list of the included photos. Loose, inside the publisher black paper folder. Gruppo Editoriale Electa, Milan, Italy, 1979. Edition of 1,000 numbered copies. Published to commemorate "Venezia '79 / La Fotografia".
Lady at a masked ball with two roses on her dress, New York (1967); A castle in Disneyland, California (1964); Backwards man in his hotel room, New York (1961); Tattooed man at a carnival, Maryland (1970); Untitled 1970-71); A Jewish giant at home with his parents in the Bronx, New York (1970); A young man and his girlfriend with hot dogs in the park, New York (1971); Child with a toy hand grenade in Central Park, New York (1962); A family one evening in a nudist camp, Pennsylvania (1965); A young Brooklyn family going for a Sunday outing, New York (1966); The Junior Interstate Ballroom Dance Champions Yonkers, New York (1962); Man at a parade on Fifth Avenue, New York (1969).
ARTFORUM. Photography issue. September 1976.
Contemporary art magazine. Special issue.
70 p. Paper cover. Articles in English by M. Kozloff, Colin L. Westerbeck Jr., N. Foote, A.D. Coleman, A. Scharf on Nadar, Recent photography books, Anti-Photographers, the Directional Mode, Marey. 27x26.7 cm.
Bernd & Hilla BECHER: Niederfischbach, Bachstrasse, 5. 1976.
Black and white photograph. Gelatin silver print. Original metallic frame. 40x30 cm. Titled, dated and signed in black pencil on the back by both Bernd and Hilla. Certificate from Galerie Sparta.
Provenance: private collection, acquired from Galerie Sparta, Chagny, France.
Alain BIZOS: Vol Qualifié: V.O.L. 1970.
Alain BIZOS: Vol Qualifié: Le Jeu de Croquet. 1969-1971.
Alain BIZOS: Monsieur, Madame... 1976.
Alain BIZOS: WTC NYC USA. 1977.
Alain BIZOS: WTC NYC USA. 1977.
Homage to The World Trade Center, the "Twin Towers", N.Y.C., a portfolio of 8 photos.
Alain BIZOS: Photos de Jacques MESRINE. 1979.
Alain BIZOS: Nina HAGEN, Berlin, 1979.
Alain BIZOS: Autoprotection. 1982.
Alain BIZOS: Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité. 2005.
L'Album photographique de Christian Boltanski, 1948-1956. 1972.
One of the 60 copies of the Deluxe edition.
Housed in the original metal box.
Handwritten title by C. Boltanski in black felt pen on the lid.
Book: 1 title page; 32 b/w original photographs by Annette Messager mounted on 32 white card board plates; 1 colophon page.
Loose, wrapped in a white paper band, as issued.
Text (captions) in French and 2 loose 4-page leaflets, translation into English and German.
Plates 21.4 x 15 cm.
Box: 22.3 x 16.1 x 5 cm.
Hossmann, Hamburg, Sonnabend Press, Paris, 1972.
Total edition: 500 copies + 60 Deuxe + 10 H.C. This copy, one of the Deluxe 60, numbered 37/60.
Signed and numbered by C. Boltanski in the colophon plate.
Condition: as new, the box comes with the original wrapping paper.
J. Flay: C. Boltanski, Catalogue of the books, printed matter, ephemera, König 1992, n° 27, pp. 70-73.
Bob Calle: Christian Boltanski, Livres d'artiste 1969-2007, Paris, 2008, pp. 24-25.
Christian BOLTANSKI: Saynètes comiques: The Birthday. 1974.
Sequence of five photos:
1: "I am happy it's my birthday";
2: "My father smiles to me";
3: "My mother sings happy birthday";
4: "She kiss(es) me";
5: "It's time, I blow out the candles".
Each photo: 29.7x20.4 cm. Original black wooden frame and plexiglas panel. Total size: 37.90x112.60 cm.
Referenced in the Boltanski Archives under #0369.3.
Shows: "Saynètes comiques", Sonnabend Gallery, New York, NY, 1974; "Eremit? Forscher? Sozialarbeiter?", Kunstverein and Kunsthaus Hamburg, Germany, 1979.
Provenance: Galerie Crousel-Hussenot, Paris; Private collection.
14 b/w tipped-in photographs printed from the negative.
Hardcover. Black cloth-covered boards. Title printed in white on the spine. Inside a black cloth-covered slipcase.
AQ, Dudweiler, Germany, 1974.
First edition of 170, of which 20 Deluxe copies.
This copy is one of the Deluxe 20, with 14 mounted photographs and 8 texts handwritten in white ink by C. Boltanski.
(In the 150 copies of the normal edition, the photographs are reproduced offset and the text is printed in French, English, German).Reference:
J. Flay: C. Boltanski, Catalogue of the books, Printed Matter, Ephemera, Konig 1992, n° 40, pp. 112-115.
Bob Calle: Christian Boltanski, Livres d'artiste 1969-2007, Paris, 2008, pp. 40 & 41.
Marcel BROODTHAERS, Photographer:
Untitled. Late '50ies-Early '60ies.
Black and white gelatin silver print.
Handwritten on the back, in black ink by M.B.: "PHOTO: MARCEL BROODTHAERS".
Untitled. Late '50ies-Early '60ies.
Black and white gelatin silver print.
Handwritten on the back, in black ink by M.B.: "PHOTO: MARCEL BROODTHAERS".
Black and white gelatin silver print.
Marcel Broodthaers's estate purple rubber stamp on the back: "Photographie de MARCEL BROODTHAERS, 1924-1976, Tirage Moderne" (Photo by M. Broodthaers, 1924-1976, Modern Printing).
Sophie CALLE: Les Dormeurs (The Sleepers): Jean Yves Le Gavre, 23ème Dormeur. 1980.
Seven panels, six original gelatin silver prints and one explanatory text unit.
13.5x18.5 cm each.
Framed: 16.3x21.3 cm.
Black wood frame, under glass.
Each photo comes with an handwritten text by S. Calle.
1 leaf at the same format, framed, with text recording the different stages of the sleep of the sleeper.
Photos taken in 1979, created as a work of art in 1980.
Each of the 23 series of the Dormeurs -sleepers - comes in 3 copies in French and 3 in English.
Our copy of this series of Jean Yves Le Gavre is the number 3/3 of the French version. (the second "3" has been mistakingly written 5 and then corrected by hand by Sophie Calle into a "3".
Sophie Calle, asked about that, said the edition size is definitely 3 copies (of each the French and the English versions), this "mistake" in the numeration of this copy and its correction had already been recorded in her own archive).
Titled, editioned and signed in black ink by Sophie Calle on the back of the last photo.
First official Sophie Calle's work of art:
In 1979, Sophie Calle asked several (23) persons, friends, strangers, neighbors, to come and spend eight hours in her bed in order to keep this bed occupied twenty-four hours a day. These people had to accept to be photographied and to answer some questions. She took photographs of the sleepers and noted the important elements of these short meetings: subjects of discussion, positions of the sleepers, their movements during their sleep, the detailed menu of their breakfast she was preparing for them... The whole set of these series of photographs (23) was exhibited at the XIth Biennale de Paris in 1980, fiirst Sophie Calle's show who then decided to "become an artist."
Sophie CALLE: Les Tombes. 1990.
Original b/w photos of anonymous graves giving only the family relationship, such as: "Mother", "Father", or "Husband", "Sister", etc. That work comes, as the case may be, in 1 piece or in sets of 2, 3, 4 and 5 pieces, for a total of 56 different unities. Each piece comes with a strong dark grey metallic frame. 58.5x39 cm. Edition of 7 copies + 3 A.P.
The reproduction showing here does not come from one of the offered sets, but from another one. Still exactly the same.
Robert FILLIOU: Hand Show. 1967.
Wooden box containing 25 plates: 1 sliding plate in transparent plexiglas, silkscreened in red, as a lid; 1 paper cover printed in black with, on the front outside, the title, and, inside, text in german by Filliou, 1 plate with the same text, translated into english, 24 plates silkscreened in black. Inside the back cover, numbering and signature by Filliou in red ink. Box: 30.1x24.1x4 cm. Plates: 28.2x21.8 cm. Offset black and white photos of the hand palms of: Red Grooms, R. Watts, R. Lichtenstein, B. Patterson, Marisol, A. Warhol, J. Cage, J. Johns, R. Breer, Ay-O, M. Brusse, S. Hyde, P. Bury, Arman, A. Knowles, Takis, Christo, R. Filliou, E. Williams, A. Jaquet, R. Johnson, D. Higgins, J. Mc Low, C. Oldenbourg. Photos by S. Hyde. SABA-Studio, Villingen, Sweden, 1967. Edition of 150 copies, numbered and signed by Filliou.
"Robert Filliou, Das immerwährende Ereignis zeigt-The Eternal Network Presents-La Fête Permanente présente", Sprengel Mus., Hannover-MAMVP, Paris- Kunsthalle Bern, 1984, p. 83-84; "Robert Filliou Poet", Sammlung Feelisch, 1997, p. 21, n° 7.
FLUXUS Newspaper N°9.
JOHN YOKO & FLUX all photographs copyright nineteen seVenty by peTer MooRE. Fluxus No. 8 (sic, misnumbered, in fact, N° 9), 1970.
A large white card sheet, printed on both sides, folded in 4. Contents consist only in photographs of John Lennon and Yoko Ono by Peter Moore.
Inserted, loose, a blue-green card sheet printed on both sides in black, identifying the contents.
Edited by R. Watts.
Published by Fluxus, NY, 1970.
Silverman 592; Fluxus Codex p. 99f. (illus.); Phillpot/Hendricks 44.
Hamish FULTON: Hamish FULTON printed by Franco Toselli. 1974.
6 pages, 17 plates, of which 2 folding, presenting 17 offset photos, of which 3 in colors. Hard cover. 38.6x52.4 cm. Edition of 1000 unnumbered copies. Milano, Toselli, July 1974.
Ref.: A. Moeglin-Delcroix, Esthétique du livre d'artiste, p. 225.
Hamish FULTON: East South West North. 1989.
Photogravure on wove paper.
21x58 cm (sight).
Framed: 38x74.5 cm.
Published by Graeme Murray Gallery, Edinburgh.
Edition of 100.
Signed and numbered in black pencil on recto.
Galerie Salomon, Paris
Paul-Armand GETTE: Théophanie d'Artémis. 2007.
Gelatin silver print in colors mounted on white card. Image: 28.5x17 cm. Card: 41x30 cm. Edition of 12, numbered and signed in black pencil in the lower margin, on the white card sheet. Handwritten certiificate by Gette.
Irina IONESCO: Jeu de Dames. 1976.
Leporello printed black on white card. 3 folding out sheets (6 pages), 9 b/w offset photos by I. Ionesco. Texts in Italian by I. Ionesco and A.P. de Mandiargues on the last page. Folded: 10.3x22.1 cm. Unfolded: 10.3x66.3 cm. Published for the show at the Studio S, Roma, April 1 - 30, 1976. Studio S, Roma, 1976. VG.
2 of the plates
Tragdija Jedne Venere. Tragedy of a Venus.
36 unnumbered pages of which 34 full-page plates of b/w photographs, one per plate. Unpaginated.
29.1 x 20.5 cm.
Galerija suvremene umjetnosti (Gallery of Contemporary Art), Zagreb, 1976.
Published on the occasion of the one-woman show of S. Ivekovic in the Gallery of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, December 1976, in 500 copies. The reprinted photos od Marilyn Monroe in this publication were selected in from a special number of the magazine "Duga" printed in November 1975, under the title "Tagedy of a Venus".
MoMA: "In Tragedy of Venus, Ivekovic reconstructs Marilyn Monroe's life using images and text from a tabloid story. On the opposite pages are scenes from the artist's life. The images share the text description from the tabloid article. By inserting herself alongside this Hollywood composite of fame, beauty, and tragic circumstances, Ivekovic simultaneously impersonates the Monroe story, distances herself from it, and plays with this ambiguity".
Michel JOURNIAC: Hommage à Freud. Constat critique d'une mythologie travestie. 1972.
Print. Mail art. Artist broadsheet.
A sheet of white paper folded in two, printed offset on both sides. On one side, the four portraits: his father's one; his mother's one and himself disguised in his father, and in his mother. Folded: 14.8x21 cm. Unfolded: 29.6x21 cm. Self-published, n.p., 1972. First edition. After his probably major work. Fine.
A copy of the second editiion is reproduced in: Journiac: Rituel de transmutation..., p. 75, P. 1994 and in Artitudes International, # 6/8, December, 1973 - March, 1974, p. 34. L. Vergine: Body Art and performance, the body language, 2000, P. 128.
Michel JOURNIAC: Le Vierge Mère. 1982-83.
Photos of the action. Relics.
Complete set of 11 gelatin silver prints in colors on paper of the action "Le Vierge Mère" ("The Virgin Mother") created in 192 at the Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris. Coming with a white heavy wove paper leaf with a handwritten presentation text in black felt pen by Journiac.
Loose, inside a red cloth folder.
Each photo: 24x17.7 cm (except 2: 24x16.5), mounted on a heavy white paper leaf: 32x24 cm.
Folder: 32x25 cm.
Name and date (1983) handwritten by M. Journiac on the front cover of the folder.
Each photo is dated 1982 and signed in black felt pen by the artist.
This work was specially conceived and realized by Journiac in homage to the Centre National d'Art Contemporain de Nice, France, as reads the artist's handwritten presentation text.
Handwritten presentation text:
"This formulation, unique, of the action: Le Vierge Mère (The Virgin Mother) in testimony of friendship, with all of those who collaborate with passion, to the edification of this Centre National d'Art Contemporain in Nice. 31st of August, 1983, Villa Arson, Nice (F), Michel Journiac".In this action, Michel Journiac, appears dressed as a virgin mother, then executes, still entirely dressed in white, the different stages of a delivery. The baby is a bloody rag doll.
Complete description and the 11 photos
Nancy KITCHEL (Nancy KITCHEL-WILSON): The Ghost of Annie Campbell. 1973.
Original unique work. Photo.
A card folder, containig 1 sheet of paper, colored all over in grey with black pencil, with original handwritten title, in blue ink, 9 sheets of grey, black or white paper, with original handwritten text by the artist and 16 original b./w. photos, each mounted on grey or black paper sheets. Pages/plates: 28x21.4. Pictures: 12.7x 10.1. Signature and date are included on the handwritten title page.
Juergen KLAUKE: Selfperformance (I.L.M.). 12 Fotos (Auszüge aus Polaroid-Sequenzen 1972-1973).
Set of 12 original b/w. photo selfportraits, gelatin silver prints, in a portfolio. 57x42 cm. Galerie Kochs, no place (Cologne), n.d. (1973). Edition of 50 copies numbered in the title plate. Each photo is dated, numbered and signed by Klauke.
Julie LEGRAND: Untitled. 2000. Biography
Each: gelatin silver print mounted on stock card. 75x50 cm. Edition of 5 copies, numbered, dated and signed.
Photograph: 40 x 52.7 cm
Framed: 58.5 x 72 cm
Dated, numbered, titled and signed on the reverse
Provenance: Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris (Gallery's label pasted on the back); Private collection, Paris.
Richard LONG: Dunkery Hill. 1985.
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.
Colour photograph documenting earth / body work with tree and flowers, Iowa, from the series Silueta works in Iowa and Oaxaca Mexico
Type C photograph
(1976-1978), printed 1991
Image: 33.6 x 50.7 cm
Paper: 40.6 x 50.7 cm
Edition of 20 numbered
Rubber stamp of the Administration of the Ana Estate on the reverse, including number in the edition and signature
- Anthony Bond, Contemporary: Art Gallery of New South Wales Contemporary Collection, 'Imagining the body', pg.246-289, Sydney, 2006, 280, 281 (colour illus.).
- Anthony Bond, Body, 'Embodying the Real', pg. 11-80, Sydney, 1997, 28, 92, 155. cat.no. 95
- Nancy G. Heller: Women Artists: An Illustrated History, Abbeville Press, New York, NY, 4th ed., 2003
Annette MESSAGER: D'Approche. 1995.
Artist book. DELUXE EDITION COPY.
(56) pages/plates. Loose, as issued. Wrappers. Paris, Archives, J.D. Carré, 1995. 1/30 copies of the deluxe edition, including:
27 original b./w. mounted photos (gelatin silver prints) and
3 pages of original handwritten text by the artist: "Viens"; "Va-t'en"; "Viens-Va t'en" (Come; Go away; Come-Go away).
In a white cardboard box 19.5x14.5x1.6 cm, tied with a black cord. Numbered and signed by A. Messager in the colophon page.
See the 27 photos
Duane MICHALS: 1 - 6 Sequence: Paradise Regained. 1968.
Sequence of 6 original b/w photos, gelatin silver prints, loose, in the original white card envelope printed black with a cutting out on the front side, showing the first photo. The back of each photo is printed as a postcard. Each photo: 10.5x15 cm. Envelope: 11.1x15.5 cm. Foto+Film Centrum vzw, Antwerp, 1968. Antwerp. Envelope: G/VG; Photos: Fine.
Duane MICHALS: Things Are Queer. 1972.
Unpaginated. 9 full-page b/w offset photos. Softcover. 21.5x21.5 cm. A. & J. Wilde, Cologne, Germany, 1972. Cover slightly soiled. G+.
(Pierre MOLINIER): GORSEN, Peter / MOLINIER, Pierre: Pierre Molinier, lui-même. Essay über den surrealistischen Hermaphroditen. 1972.
39 pages, text in German and 41 photo plates. Cloth bound with transparent rhodoid dustjacket. Rogner & Bernhard, München, Germany, 1972. 1st edition. Spine slightly lightned. Otherwise, very good condition.
Gina PANE: Escalade. 1971.
Photo. Action relic.
B/w photos mounted on a wooden panel. 3 enlarged contact plates (15x51 cm) showing each of the 3 sequencies of the action (in total 9 photos). Text in French handwritten in white ink by G. Pane: '"Fragment de l'action "L'Escalade" Projet 1970. Après fixation "de l'objet échelle" sur un pan de mur de l'atelier, déchaussée mains nues, j'ai escaladé de haut en large toute sa surface. Escalade. Assaut d'une position aux (sic) moyen d'échelle. Stratégie qui consiste a (sic) 'gravir les échelons'. L'escalade en Victimes-Artistes. Les artistes aussi grimpent. Douleur. Douleur phisique (sic) à un point ou plusieurs points du corps. Douleur interne profonde - souffrance. Douleur morale. Le contraire d'une escalade anesthésiée". Edition of 80 copies, numebered and signed by G. Pane. Image: 42x51 cm. Panel: 50x60 cm. Gina Pane's 1st action.
Action Psyché (essai). 24-1-1974. Triptyque. 1974.
Photographs. Action relics.
Complete triptych of three (3) photographs in colors housed in a glossy white cardstock folder.
Each photo: 40.1x29.7 cm.
Folder: 41.1x30 cm.
Original handwritten text in French by G. Pane in the lower margin of each photo, in black ink:
Photo one: "Larmes de sang, lumière d'une double vue sur l'autre"; Photo 2: "Incision Cruciale"; Photo 3: "Quatre lignes partant du centre du corps: le nombril "moi" allant vers les autres afin de réaliser la projection qui joint deux à deux les points diamétralement opposés; aspect de centre diffusant dans les quatre directions, ramenant à l'unité les points extrêmes dans une synthèse d'amour où s'entremêlent le temps et l'espace du cordon ombilical (jamais tranché de l'autre corps) et du cosmos relié au centre originel. La croix est une figure totalisante de haut en bas/ de bas en haut". Triptyque de Psyché (essai). Action du 24.1. 74".
Edition Stadler, Paris, 1974.
Each photograph is numbered and signed in black ink in the lower margin.
Edition of 25 numbered and signed copies.
Card folder: crease along the spine on the front cover, light wear at edges and corners: very good+. Photos: excellent condition.
A very good+ copy.
Azione Melanconica 2 x 2 x 2
Extracts of the action performed at Studio Morra, Naples, 1974.
3 color photographs and 2 drawings in black and red ink on two sheets of white paper mounted on 4 card panels, then mounted on a wooden panel.
Each photograph: 30 x 20 cm; panel: 36 x 26 cm
Each drawing: 19.8 x 12.8 cm; panel: 34.5 x 26.5 cm
Framed: 45 x 118 cm
Photographs 1 and 2: Handwritten text in black pencil: "Planche 1 Document original", signed (initials) G.P. in the lower margin.
Photograph 3: Handwritten text in black pencil: "Planche 3 Document original Azione Melanconica 2 x 2 x 2, 74", with full signature in the lower margin.
The 2 drawings, mounted on the same card panel, are titled, dated and signed in black ink, "Gina Pane pour l'Action Mélancolique, 1975", in the lower right corner of the second one.
Drawing 1: "Io / Tu"
Drawing 2: "La Mélancolie de Vincent (...) la sérénité d'Ulysse, la métamorphose de Kafka".
Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
Interview of the collectors about this work by Julia Hountou in the periodical Chimères, 2006/3 n° 62, pp. 27-45, including a reproduction of photograph 1.
This piece is unique:
Specially created by Gina Pane in 1975 for this couple of private collectors, at their demand, after they have seen the Azione Sentimentale piece exhibited by Galerie Krinzinger at the 1974 Paris International Art Fair (F.I.A.C.). G. Pane chose the photographs, made the drawings and put the elements together.
The photographs are original extracts of the Azione Melanconica at Studio Morra, Naples, Italy, 1974.
Gina PANE: Action mélancolique. 1974.
Photo. Action relic.
Black & white siilver print. 30.2x22 cm. Original handwritten text in the lower margin, in French, in black felt pen, by G. Pane: "La sérénité d'Ulysse ou la métamorphose de Kafka. Document original de l'Action Mélancolique 2x2x2, Naples, 1974". Self-published, 1974. Edition of 60 copies, numbered and signed by the artist.
Catalogue G. Pane, Centre d'Art Contemporain Passages, Troyes, France, 1990, p. 139.
Friederike PEZOLD: Die schwarz-weisse Göttin - The Black and White Goddess - La Deesse Noire et Blanche. 1974.
Unique work/ Photo.
Gelatin silver print, graphite, black ink. 3 black and white photos mounted together on a light white cardboard sheet. These photos are framed on the cardboard sheet with black ink and the backcloth is retouched with graphite by the artist. Paper: 29.7x21 cm. Image: 6x12 cm. Dated and signed by F. Pezold.
Ref.: Exhibition catalogue, Munchen Lenbachhaus, 1975. Artist book/catalogue for the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden show, 1977, p. (11), (13). Pezold: "Kunst für das 21. Jahrhundert, Entwurf einer Gegenwelt - Art for the 21st Century, Design of a counterworld-L'Art pour le 21ème Siècle, Croquis d'un autre monde", Cantz, 1995, p. 40-43. G. Celant: Offmedia, 1977, front cover illustration, and p. 52.
Friederike PEZOLD: Schamwerk. Pubic Work. Ouvrage de Pudeur. 1974.
Unique work/ Photo.
Gelatin silver print, black ink. 1974. 1 black and white photo composed with 4 photos collated and developed on the same photographic plate, framed with black ink by the artist. Mounted on a light white cardboard sheet. Paper: 29.7x21 cm. Picture: 12x12 cm. Dated and signed by F. Pezold.
Ref.: Artist book/catalogue for the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden show, 1977, p. (15), (13). Pezold: "Kunst für das 21. Jahrhundert, Entwurf einer Gegenwelt - Art for the 21st Century, Design of a counterworld-L'Art pour le 21ème Siècle, Croquis d'un autre monde", Cantz, 1995, p. 46-47.
Friederike PEZOLD: more photos
PHOTO-CONSTAT, PHOTO-GRAPHIE. 1978.
Poster. Catalogue. Announcement. Manifesto.
A sheet of white paper, printed offset. Text in French. 55.8x39.7 cm. Unfolded. Participating artists: C. Boltanski, C. Burden, J.-C. Carrère, A. Delay, I. Dibbets, B. Gysin, R. Hamilton, M. Journiac, J. Le Gac, B. & M. Leisgen, I. Luscher, U. Lüthi, R. Mahdavi, G. Pane, A. Rainer, L. Samaras, A. Saura. For the show at Galerie Stadler, Paris, May, 18 - June 17, 1978. Fine. 1st show in France to present and to assert the new relationship betwen photo and art.
3-D New York (Bronx)
Two granolithographs on rag paper
Paper, each: 50 x 40 cm
Edition of 60
Each signed and numbered on the reverse
Lettered "Left" and "Right"
Edition Schellmann, Munich and New York, 1998
Two aerial photographs of the almost same place at the almost same moment. Almost but not exactly the same.
SARKIS: Sarkis 1. 1981.
Photos. Artist Publication.
A card folder covered with gray linen containing: 1 title page; 4 plates, each with an original b/w mounted photo; 1 colophon page containing the edition size, tnumber in the edition and artist's signature. Folder: 31.3x29.8x2 cm. Plates: 29.1x29 cm. Photos: 13.8x21 cm. Editions Analeph and Studio 666, Paris, 1981. Edition of 50 copies numbered and signed in the colophon page. Each of the 4 photos is also numbered and signed on the back in black pencil. This copy is n° 1/50.
128 pp., with 55 four-color plates finely printed on Jupiter 143 gsm dull-coated paper by Amilcare Pizzi, S.p.A., Milan, Italy. Photographs by Joel Sternfeld. Introduction by Andy Grundberg. Afterword by Anne W. Tucker. Designed by Elissa Ichiyasu. Original gray cloth hardcover + Dust Jacket. Published on the occasion of an exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Times Books, in association with The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, New York, 1987.
First edition. First edition, first printing.
Book and jacket are in "as new" condition.
- A. Roth (ed.), The Book of 101 Books, 260-261.
- A. Roth (ed.), The Open Book, 338.
- M. Parr and G. Badger, The Photobook: A History, II, 34-35.
ULAY: Fototot. 1977.
Artist publication. Exhibition catalogue.
Unpaginated. Bilingual Serbo-Croatian/English texts. Many b/w photos of the work. Sofbound. 29.8x21.2 cm. Published on the occasion of the show at the Galerija suvremene umjetnosti (Gallery of Contemporary Art), 04.21 - 05.08, 1977. Layout by Ulay.
Burk UZZLE; Duane MICHALS; Les KRIMS. Festival d'Automne à Paris. 1976.
20p./pl. Interviews in French by P. de Fenoyl, B. Uzzle (with N. Stevens), D. Michals (with M. Joyeux), L. Krims ((with M. Joyeux), many b/w photo reproductions. Softcover. 31.9x24 cm. Show organized by P. de Fenoyl at the Musée Galliera, during the Festival d'Automne in Paris. Festival d'Automne, Fondation Nationale de la Photographie, Musée Galliera, Paris, 1976. Catalogue design: Roman Cieslewicz.
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