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ATELIER VAN LIESHOUT
KEES VAN GELDER
INEZ VAN LAMSWEERDE
ULAY AND ABRAMOVIC
BIRGIR ANDRÉSSON Iceland, cat. HC English, 27,2 x 21,1 cm, La Biennale di Venezia 1995, signed and dated with dedication to Hreinn Fridfinnsson € 25,-
ATELIER VAN LIESHOUT, 1996, 10 x 15.3 cm, catalogue, 84 pp., SC, in good condition, published by Smart Art Press - Plug In Editions € 16,-
EVA BESNYO ''n Halve eeuw werk' 1982, Feministische Uitgeverij Sara, Conditie: niet storende naalddunne kras op omslag, binnenwerk in uitstekende staat. Kijkboek met ca 100 zeer goede reproducties op paginagroot formaat, interview met de kunstenaar € 30,-
MARCEL BROODTHAERS 28. 1. 1924 / 28. 1. 1976, cat.nr 286, SC Dutch-German, 22 x 26 cm, 1981 Museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, 72 pp. ill. Fine € 70,-
ERIK DIETMAN Atlantis Stockholm 1987, monography HC Swedish-French-English, 28,5 cm x 22 cm, 160 pp. ill., 900 grams € 12,-
KEES VAN GELDER, De Keeshond Hapt, catalogue in Dutch / added text with trans. in English, introduction Herman Labro, 19 cm x 12,7 cm, 44 pp. ill. € 16,-
KRISTJAN GUDMUNDSSON Teikningar / Drawings 1972-88, cat. SC Icelandic-English, 20,5 x 26,9 cm, Listasafn Reykjavíkur 1989 € 15,-
KRISTJAN GUDMUNDSSON Teikningar / Drawings 1972-88, cat. SC Icelandic-English, 20,5 x 26,9 cm, Listasafn Reykjavíkur 1989, € 20,-
KRISTJAN GUDMUNDSSON Donald Judd, Richard Long, Kristjan Gudmundsson 1988, cat. SC Icelandic, 20,4 x 27,2 cm, The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik, € 25,-
dust cover: recto and verso
'Dancing Horizon / The Photo Works of Sigurdur Gudmundsson 1970 - 1982, 2014
27,7 x 22,2 cm, HC, introduction by Kristin Dagmar Jóhannesdóttir, English text, 224 pp.
27,5 x 20,7 cm, SC, catalogue nr 671, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, short introduction by Ad Petersen, Dutch/English text, 28 pp. limited edition of 500. Fine copy - € 65,-
23,8 x 16,8 cm, SC, 2 delen met originele cellofaan wikkel, Frans Halsmuseum, Haarlem, Nederlandse tekst van kunstenaar en zw/wit afbeeldingen, 28 pp., oplage 500. Fine copy - € 25,-
DONALD JUDD Donald Judd, Richard Long, Kristjan Gudmundsson 1988, cat. SC Icelandic, 20,4 x 27,2 cm,
The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik € 15,-
DAVID HAMMONS, Rousing the Rubble, 1991
28,6 x 24 cm, HC, dust cover, 96 pp.
published by The Institute of Contemporary Art / P.S. 1 Museum, New York, USA
documentatie - ca 20 items, 1992 - 2005
catalogi, boeken, tijdschriften, CV
Catalogue 1967, Arthur Tooth & Sons Gallery, London. Particularly desirable catalogue for sticker/decal made by artist and mounted on softcover, six loose sheets with illustrated pages. Good condition. Slightly stained with light touches of wear only.
ILYA KABAKOV Ilya Kabakov, cat. SC French, 32 x 24 cm, Centre National des Arts Plastiques, Paris 1986, ill. - € 30,-
Ritueel van de bezetting / Ritual of occupation, 2002
21 x 14,9 cm, 20 pp., text by Kees van Gelder, with artist's contribution on page 9, Galerie van Gelder - The Bifrons Publisher, Amsterdam, edition 100 of which 50 have been signed (initials) and numbered in pencil. Pristine.
At the studio, 2010
27,5 x 19,5 cm, SC, 44 pp. all spread sheet pages in colour, excerpts of text Ritual of Occupation by Kees van Gelder, edition 500. This catalogue was published in conjunction with solo exhibitions at Sudsudvestur, Reykjanesbaer in Iceland and Villa Romana, Florence in Italy.
Paint it Soft, 2017
21 x 15 cm, 36 pp., kleurenkopie, provisorische uitgave ten behoeve van opening, catalogus groepstentoonstelling
met o.a. Yvonne Dröge Wendel, Berend Strik, Daan van Golden, Sarah van Sonsbeeck
toegevoegd: 1x menukaart openingsdiner
RUVEN LEVAV losbladige cat. 21 x 14,8 cm, 1982, met originele tekening en plastic doosje, gesigneerd, gedateerd, editie 50
INEZ VAN LAMSWEERDE Photographs, 1999, 32 x 24 cm, catalogue, 48 pp., red metallic ink printed SC, colour plates, stapled,
published by Deichtorhallen, Hamburg and Schirmer/Mosel Production, Germany
Catalogue 1968, Tate Gallery 1968, 50 pp., softcover, illustrated throughout. Good condition.
RICHARD LONG Donald Judd, Richard Long, Kristjan Gudmundsson 1988, cat. SC Icelandic, 20,4 x 27,2 cm,
The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik € 15,-
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Hanover Gallery, London 1964, 18 pp., softcover, illustrated throughout. Light wear to covers, otherwise good condition. Rare.
* About page 13. The repetition of the same image in four compartments (almost identical except for the presence of the seated man in the upper left section only) is itself highly unusual in Magritte's work. A.N. Girling, in an article in The Stereoscopic Society Bulletin, has pointed out that 'cross-eyed' viewing of the two pairs of images, and especially the lower pair, produces a strongly three-dimensional stereoscopic effect, which because of a slight sideways displacement of the images he believes must have been deliberate. However, Mme Magritte writes (letter of 20 January 1977) that she never heard her husband speak of stereoscopes, that he took no interest in the bizarre pairs of photographs of a stereoscopic kind and that the family never possessed a stereoscope. It may be added that the table and stools have also been shifted downwards in the lower pair of images, and one looks more down onto them.
Though the painting was reproduced by Julien Levy in 1936 as 'Now you don't', Magritte confirmed that the original title was 'Man with a Newspaper'. When asked whether it could have any connection with Bergson's theories of time on account of its repetition of an image and the fact that a man is present in one compartment but is absent from the other three, he replied (31 July 1965): "Man with a Newspaper" ... like my other paintings, is concerned with the description of a thought combining forms (visual) drawn from the tangible world - but in such a way that mystery is evoked. ...... "Man with a Newspaper" is the image of a thought and the latter does not correspond to a philosophical doctrine. Bergson's theories describe ideas; what I paint contains no idea. I paint something to be seen: "an image in itself' which is the image of a thought "in itself". This thought (like all mystery) defies interpretation. However, it is possible to speak of this thought, to comment on the image which describes it. To do this well requires inspiration.
Though this picture was exhibited at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels in 1931-'32 with the date 1930, it was first reproduced in the issue of Variétés dated 15 January 1929. Magritte, in the letter quoted above, confirmed that it was painted in 1928. David Sylvester, who dates it late 1928, says that X-ray photographs of the rather larger picture 'The Annunciation' 1930 (114,5 x 146,5 cm) show the presence of a different composition underneath, including what appears to be the same figure of a seated man reading a newspaper.
* It maybe worthwhile mentioning that the suggestion of a stereoscopic effect is also caused by the more dark shadows depicted in the interiors in the right upper and lower part of the painting. KvG
'Collection diary', 2004, published by JRP/Ringier Kunstverlag AG - € 7,50 new
* Sympathetic diary of curator Bob Nickas as collector for one year. Every month an art piece of (yet?) non-stars is purchased by him. Develops quickly a collector's mentality of chasing artworks and being-the-first, though. Nevertheless he does not belie his nature by putting his most favorite piece on the cover of this book. It is a drawing of Dave Muller with circles of water colour and two text balloons saying: "This show sucks!" and "Yeah, change it!" Bob Nickas has this hanging on his wall and reads this every time he is on the next job of curating a show.
DIETER ROTH Dieter Roth, Nylistasafnid / The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik 1982, cat. SC, incl. two interviews from 1978 by Ingólfur Margeirsson and Art Kristinsson/Eggert Einasson, [16 pp.], ill. b/w; fine, though front cover with some light spots - € 35,-
ULAY AND ABRAMOVIC
'Relation Work and Detour', 1980
24,6 x 23 cm, monography with many photos, edition 2500, 236 pp.
* Remarkable book about the artists attitudes and sympathies for mysticism raised by personal confrontations with archaic cultures and physical-mental challenges created by their own conceptual recipies. This is "A vital book" as is stated by the artists in the colophon. This well worked out monography gives an impressive view of what the concepts of their performances was all about, mainly due to the extensive amount of photos of various moments of each performance. Printed in a comparatively large edition yet this book is not very easy to find. Very good copy.
HENK VIS 'Nu stil', 1984, 21 x 15 cm, stapled, dust cover of transparant paper, text and many reproduced drawings, edition 500 and 100 ex. numbered, signed, nr 44/100 - 60,-
LEO VROEGINDEWEIJ Kunstenaarsboek met cirkels, 1980, Art & Project, Amsterdam, editie 500 - € 90,-
My Life in Flux - and vice versa 1991, SC English, Stuttgart-London, 1st ed., 496 pp. ill.; very fine - € 32,-
'96/96', 1978, visual book with geometric images, three pages inside have been bend slightly, else in good condition, Ottenhausen Verlag, München - € 10,-
LUUK WILMERING 'All I need / All you need', 1993, 22 x 15,5 cm, prentbriefkaart met ophanggaatje, kunstenaarstekst, oplage 100, envelop met sticker, gesigneerd, genummerd, kunstenaarsuitgave - 55,-
So ist die Welt / Thus is the World 1997, HC German, Walther König, Köln, texts by Gérard A. Goodrow, Renate Puvogel, ill.
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