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49/3
ARTZIEN
KUNSTBEELD
MEDEDELINGEN
METROPOLIS M
NOLLENBULLETIN
OAOA
SIGNALS
SOME WORDS



49/3




49/3, 2001
Issue 1
15 x 20 cm, 192 pp., 49/3 is a magazine without texts and about exhibitions through images. A remarkable concept for a magazine about art. This is the first issue with a selection of works by French artists:
Olivier Babin, Christian Boltanski, Daniel Buren, Serge Comte, Brice Dellsperger, Gloria Friedmann, Dominique Gonzalez-Foester, Raymond Hains, Pierre Huyghe, Pierre Joseph, Bertrand Lavier, Natacha Lesueur, Claude Lévęque, Ariane Lopez-Huici, Ingrid Luche, Didier Marcel, Annette Messager, Philippe Meste, Yan Pei-Ming, M/M (Paris), Melik Ohanian, Jean-Michel Ottoniel, Philippe Parreno, Pierre & Gilles, Claude Rutault, Franck Scurti, Alain Séchas, Bruno Serralongue, Xavier Veilhan, Jean-Luc Verna, Wang Du, Rémy Zaugg.


ARTZIEN





Artzien, nr 28, November 1982, interview by Michael Gibbs with Lawrence Weiner about 'Plowmans Lunch' and with Special Supplement: Catalogue of the World Exhibition at Aorta, 40 pp.
Entrance: Artzien, Vol.1/No.9, Vol.2/No.2-3, No.6-7 and /No.9


KUNSTBEELD

Kunstbeeld, maart 1987, 'Rudi van de Wint, Het constante zoeken naar 'de tegenspraak'', Cees Straus, pp. 34-38, ill. € 10,-


MEDEDELINGEN

R.W. VAN DE WINT, Mededelingen nr. 30, zomer 1980, Centraal Museum, Utrecht, waarin 'Van de Wint in gesprek met Egberts van Faassen', pp.1-12, ill., driehoekig formaat: 29,5 x 29,5 x 29,5 cm, zeldzaam. € 120,-


METROPOLIS M

R.W. VAN DE WINT, Metropolis M, nr 4/maart 1986, waarin art. 'Rudi van de Wint', de traditie en de Nollen',
Egbert van Faassen, pp. 10-15, ill. € 10,-


NOLLENBULLETIN

R.W. VAN DE WINT, Nollenbulletin, nr 1/2 1982, St. De Nollen, pp.24 € 80,-
R.W. VAN DE WINT, Nollenbulletin, nr 1/2 1986, St. De Nollen, pp.32 € 50,-


OAOA




OAOA, 2008
Issue 3
First self published magazine OAOA / The Oceans Academy Of Arts, publisher Ola Vasiljeva with contributions of Edgar Heiss,
B.G. Reivax, Marianne Vierř, John Hey, Malin Svensson and Ola Vasiljeva, 24 pp.

In 2008 Ola Vasiljeva founded OAOA / The Oceans Academy of Arts, a magazine and poster format as an experimental platform that plays with ideas of experimental systems of looking and reading. The would-be institution presents itself as real and plays with its own illusive image as a stage for the artist's reflections. The magazine OAOA aims to de-condition and to un-learn in relation to the critique of reason and common logics. The result is a visual input of no-sense, fragmentation, de-funtion and a-chronology. In this sense Counting Steps Edition may be understood and read.




OAOA, 2010
Issue 4
Self published magazine OAOA / The Oceans Academy Of Arts, publisher Ola Vasiljeva with contributions of Harm van den Dorpel, Marianne Vierř and Ola Vasiljeva, screenprinted in 2 colours on newspaper; sun burnt by the publisher, 4x folded screenprint recto, edition ca 100



SIGNALS


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Signals, 1964 - 1966
Issues 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
A near complete run of 9 magazines of the legendary 60’s publication Signals. Published under the direction of Paul Keeler and artist David Medalla to promote international art and European, Latin, Central and South American artists represented by the Signals Gallery in London, but which also dealt with a wide array of artistic and aesthetic issues of the avant- garde of the 1960's, with excerpts from writings and texts by numerous noted artists and critics, profusely illustrated throughout showing artworks, cultural figures.



David Medalla next to one of his bubbling machines, London, 1964

This cutting-edge journal documented exhibitions at the Signals showroom in London, and includes images, poems, critical essays, scientific digests, photographs and experimental art news. Basically documenting exhibitions and events in Britain and abroad, Signals brought together leading innovative artists, writers and poets of the time and, in addition, established a context for kinetic, time-based, performance and environmental art. Artists featured in these original magazines include Jesús Rafael Soto, Takis, Lygia Clark, Sergio de Camargo, Carlos Cruz-Díaz, Eduardo Chillida and Marcela Salvadori and many others. There are 10 issues and 9 magazines in total, as numbers 3 and 4 are combined into a twin issue. Here lacking original magazines numbers 1 and 5.



SOME WORDS




SOME WORDS - a zine with no scene, 2011
Issue # 1
including: bonus poster (center folded, signed, numbered, dated), 3 trading cards, coaster, CD in sleeve. All handmade printed matter.
First self published magazine by Thomas l'Anson
screenprint, photocopy, wrapped in celluloid envelope
signed, numbered, dated
edition 30
20 pp. € 25,-


SOME WORDS




SOME WORDS - a zine with no scene, 2011
coming soon: Issue # 2
Simulacrum, Jelly, Peaks, Parallax
self published magazine by Thomas l'Anson
centerfold in screenprint, photocopy, wrapped in celluloid envelope
signed, numbered, dated
edition 101
20 pp. € 25,-






REFERENCE BOOKS AND GENERAL CATALOGUES


English Art Today 1960-76
First edition, small quarto, 2 volumes in perfect card slipcase - 468 pages, illustrated British Council exhibition catalogue comprehensive reference to the sixties generation of David Hockey, Barry Flanagan, Richard Long, Bridget Riley et al., Italian - English, Milan Electra 1976 - € 60,-


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