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JOHN BALDESSARI
JOSEPH BEUYS
GENERAL IDEA
DAAN VAN GOLDEN
SIGURDUR GUDMUNDSSON
JAAP KRONEMAN
RAPHAEL LANGMAIR
OLIVIER MOSSET
BJØRN NØRGAARD
STEVEN PARRINO
SIGMAR POLKE
TOER VAN SCHAYK
JOELLE TUERLINCKX
JCJ VANDERHEYDEN




JOHN BALDESSARI




'Raised Eyebrows', 2009
37 x 40 cm
Raised Eyebrows/ Furrowed Foreheads
signed in pen on sticker, edition 150
€ 1.200,-

* Synthesizing photomontage, painting, and language, Baldessari’s deadpan visual juxtapositions equate images with words and illuminate, confound, and challenge meaning. He upends commonly held expectations of how images function, often by drawing the viewer’s attention to minor details, absences, or the spaces between things in parts or as a whole.



JOSEPH BEUYS




'Biene in der Kunst', 1975
23,5 x 33 cm
offset, folded as issued
edition 34 + A.P., signed
very rare
€ 1.650,-

* Artist proof of a contribution in Rheinische Bienenzeitung with theme "Die Biene in der Kunst" on which are depicted the works "Fettplastik" and "Geometrische Studie".
The box - hence the folded print above - contains the 'Rheinische Bienenzeitung', Heft 12/1975, with contributions by Joseph Beuys, Johannes Blume, George Brecht, Robert Filliou, Günter Brus, Schulze, Michael Buthe, Jürgen Klauke, Falko Marx, Rune Mields, C.O. Paeffgen, H.G. Prager and Ulrike Rosenbach. Edition Constantin Post, Cologne 1975.




GENERAL IDEA




'AIDS - Amsterdam Tram Project', 1990
62,5 x 63,7 cm
poster / screenprint on sticker
edition 40, handwritten title 'Amsterdam Tram Project'
signed, numbered and dated in black ink
€ 1.000,-

* In 1990 trams in Amsterdam were covered with large AIDS silkscreen stickers of General Idea. The 'Amsterdam Tram Project' became quite controversial, i.e. conductors refused to drive their trams covered with the colourful and marked stickers afraid of giving their support to or at least being compromised and associated with homosexuality.
In the mid-1980's, the Canadian art group General Idea - AA Bronson, Felix Partz, and Jorge Zontal - created a symbol using the acronym AIDS, using the letters in a manner that resembled Robert Indiana's LOVE logo. This became part of Imagevirus, a project of paintings, sculptures, videos, posters, wallpapers and exhibitions that investigated the term AIDS as both word and image, using the mechanism of viral transmission. Imagevirus spread like a visual virus, producing an image epidemic in urban spaces from Manhattan to Sydney. It was displayed as, among other things, a Spectacolor sign in Times Square, a sculpture on a street in Hamburg, and a poster in the New York subway system. General Idea felt compelled to make Imagevirus at a time when AIDS was emerging as a global epidemic affecting gay men disproportionately.
Museum Fodor Amsterdam issued the posters in a signed and numbered edition. Beautiful and witty allusion of Robert Indiana's famous LOVE icon.



DAAN VAN GOLDEN



Apperception + wrapping paper, 1991-2012
29,5 x 23,5 cm + 20 x 20 cm
SC, 224 pp., colour illustrations
WIELS & Roma Publications, texts by Devrim Bayar, Sven Lütticken and Erik Thys.
Special edition 80, signed and numbered on sleeve inside catalogue with insert; piece of original wrapping paper which the artist produced in 2000 for flower shop / exhibition space Brutto Gusto.
p.o.r.


DAAN VAN GOLDEN



Violen, 1991-2012
32 x 32 cm
colour photo, edition 100, signed, numbered
rare
p.o.r.


DAAN VAN GOLDEN



Century '87, 1987 each 16,2 x 82,4 cm
6 streamers, screenprint, limited edition:
'Daan van Golden in de Hortus'
'Nam June Paik in het Postkantoor'
'Scholte en Dokoupil op de Wallen'
'Pieter Laurens Mol op Solder'
'Clemente in de Kelder'
'Titus Nolte in de Oude Manhuispoort'
rare
set of 6: € 100,-

* In 1987 Sjarel Ex initiated Century ’87 together with Els Hoek and Nicolette Gast on behalf of Amsterdam Cultural Capital. It was an exhibition in the Amsterdam city centre featuring installations from 30 contemporary Dutch and foreign artists including Nam June Paik, Barry Flanagan, James Lee Byars, Boltanski, Sarkis, Daan van Golden, Rene Daniels and Marlene Dumas. The graphic design group Wild Plakken distributed the black and white streamers all over town in order to draw attention to the project. Very fine copies. Rare.


SIGURDUR GUDMUNDSSON



10 postcards, 2000
offset, sticker on cellophane envelope
Galerie van Gelder Editions


SIGURDUR GUDMUNDSSON



Park, 1986
etching

SIGURDUR GUDMUNDSSON



Am Park, 1986
etching


JAAP KRONEMAN

collection of nine screen prints Vulpen / balpen / helpen




Vulpen / balpen / helpen, 2008
9 screen prints in sizes of 100 x 70 cm / 114 x 84 cm
in heavy cardboard folio of 120 x 90 cm, 200/250 grams/m², edition 7, dated, numbered and signed

RAPHAEL LANGMAIR



One represented by the smell of another, 2011
29,2 x 41,2 cm
screen print, scent and ink of ink fish
dated, numbered and signed, edition 7


OLIVIER MOSSET



Quebec, 1999
50 x 65 cm, offset print, 250 grams/m², dated, numbered and signed
edition 70


OLIVIER MOSSET



Help, 2002
50 x 65 cm, set of 4 lithos, edition 30, dated, numbered and signed
edition 30


OLIVIER MOSSET



Untitled, 2004
50 x 50 cm, set of 4 lithos, edition 30, dated, numbered and signed
edition 30


BJØRN NØRGAARD
no title, 1978 / E.A.
ca 54 x 76 cm, lithography, 250 grams/m², edition 100 of which 75 are dated and signed
5 prints, 5 different dust sheets of tracing paper with printed title in brown porte folio (78 x 56 cm), sticker


STEVEN PARRINO



Untitled, n.d. [1990]
20,2 x 25,3 cm
black and white photo
numbered, verso signed by Steven Parrino and Olivier Mosset
edition 50



SIGMAR POLKE

Entrance special collection




Untitled, 1988
98,5 x 69 cm / 38.5 x 27 inches, screen print, Schoellershammer 250 grams/m², edition 940, edition Griffelkunst in Hamburg, signed

* German painter Sigmar Polke died at the age of 69. Polke was the practicioner of large-scale works whose interest in cartoon and mass media was once called Capitalist Realism in Germany, and whose intensely varied marks yielded a lifelong inventiveness with form and media.


TOER VAN SCHAYK

p.1 p.3

p.5 p.7

De gewaarwording van dans / The experience of dance, 2012
33 x 25,5 cm
four etchings in sewn brochure, 8 pp., stamped signiture
text by Sjeng Scheijen on dust cover, edition 150


JOELLE TUERLINCKX



Ça, là, 1994 - 2005
fax sheet, p.1, 22 February, 2005
29,7 x 21 cm
part of ca 10 pages, instructions

* The artist gave instructions how to re-install this piece for this exhibition 'Fields for propositions' in 2005. The table first used in the exhibition 'Drawings and drawings' in 1994 could be installed again with prints sent by fax to be hung on a thread near flower sculpture on table.


JCJ VANDERHEYDEN
Verzameling, 1966-1992





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