LAWRENCE WEINER, (&) so weiter, 1991 [post card, signed]

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LAWRENCE WEINER, (&) so weiter, 1991
10,5 x 14,8 cm
die-cut postcard
signed, here in full written signature
published by Altonaer Museum, Hamburg, Germany
condition: mint
€ 340,- plus € 12,- Track & Trace registered mail
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This post card has been signed in various ways on different places on the front, with either biro, fineliner or felt pen ink.

History of prices:
eBay/ashbinx74, Bruton, UK, December 2022 GBP 288.-(make offer)
eBay/ashbinx74, Bruton, UK, January 2022 € 465,- (make offer)
eBay/ashbinx74, Bruton, UK, January 2021 € 438,- (make offer)
Anartist, New York, USA, January 2021 € 105,-

ZEGER REYERS, All The Stars in the Sky, 2007 [vinyl, signed]

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ZEGER REYERS, All The Stars in the Sky, 2007
vinyl, EP
recto: glued on special plate, verso: ink stamped text
special edition 60, here nr 46/60
signed, numbered
published by ZKM, Karlsruhe, German
mint, although slight bump at lower left part of cover
Zeger Reyers talks about this record related to used fungi and Paul Thek.
€ 380,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered mail

 

This limited and special vinyl EP cover with glued on art plate by Zeger Reyers was for sale at the ZKM museum. An additional release of 150 copies without an art plate on the cover was issued at other venues.

 

History of prices:
Discogs, 23 April 2020, € 489,-

OLIVIER MOSSET, Untitled, 1998 [dollar sign]

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OLIVIER MOSSET, Untitled, 1998 [dollar sign]
70 x 70 cm
screen print
edition 40
mint
€ 1.500,- plus € 32,- Track & Trace registered mail

 

History of prices:
Place des Arts, Paris, France US$ 1,784 January 2023
Place des Arts, Paris, France € 1.650,- August 2021
Artsnap.net GBP 1,200.- March 2020
Place des Arts, Paris, France € 1.875,- April 2020
ArtCurial, Paris, France € 520,- auction 19 September 2016, incl. premium
ArtCurial, Paris, France € 650,- auction 12 December 2016

JIRI VALOCH, Do it yourself I – signs + Do it yourself II – dialogues, 1972

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JIRI VALOCH, Do it yourself I – signs + Do it yourself II – dialogues, 1972
each 20,8 x 15 x 0,3 cm
2 portfolios with each 9 sheets
edition 100, here 26/100
signed, numbered
published by the artist
good condition, although slightly discoloured due to aging
very rare
€ 885,- plus € 15,- Track & Trace registered EU mailinv.JVal 847

 

Jirí Valoch is a visual and conceptual poet and works with graphic and textual concepts. His minimal events and interventions in natural settings find their way often through conceptual drawings, short and ‘easy-to-make’ books and installations with texts.

Jirí Valoch had solo exhibitions since 1966 in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, Poland, Italy, The Netherlands and Austria. He participated in group shows in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Great Britain, Mexico, Spain, Italy, USA, Argentina, Germany, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Austria, France, Belgium, Yugoslavia, Austria, Israel and Canada. From 1968 – 1972 he was a member of Klub Konkretistu (Concretists’ Club) and since 1997 he has been a member of the Brno section of the Klub Konkretistu 2; since 1991 he has been a member of the TT Klub of Creative Artists and Theoreticians. He lives and works in Brno.

 

BARBARA KRUGER, Business as usual, 2019 [metal pin]

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BARBARA KRUGER, Business as usual, 2019
5,7 x 6,9 cm
metal badge, print, glossy plastic coating, verso: two plastic parts
edition unknown
published by Printed Matter, New York, USA
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This metal pin comes with a one year subscription as a Friend of Printed Matter in New York for US$ 60.-

History of prices:
eBay-hotelmarquetteprints, Cleveland, Ohio, USA $ 175.- March 2021
Printed Matter, New York, USA $ 60.- March 2020

PIPILOTTI RIST, Pepperminta, 2005 [box with printed matter]

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PIPILOTTI RIST, Pepperminta, 2005
25 x 18,7 x 2,8 cm
cardboard box, linen bound
17 parts + stiff paper board, printed matter and various items
published by Lars Müller Publishers, Zurich, Switzerland
€ 100,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered EU mail
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This box includes images of dreams, saints, dreams and ideas of paradise. Rist is renown for her mesmerizing slow-video installations that are mixed with visual art, music, architecture, and social politics. Her work features often erotic and uncanny images of her own body. She states on one of the inlays: ‘The body is a planet. It wants to be a paradise. Paradise calms down fever’
This box was published on behalf of the Venice Biennale 2005 in which Pipilotti Rist represented Switzerland with a solo exhibition. All loose items may be considered as artist’s publications, apart from the colophon insert.

 

BARBARA KRUGER, Untitled (Kiss), 2019 [Artek stool]

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BARBARA KRUGER, Untitled (Kiss), 2019
44 x 38 x 38 cm
Artek stool 60 with text, industrial paint, wood, screws, booklets
numbered verso on seat of stool, artist’s name ink stamped in red on cardboard box
edition 600, here nr 281
original packaging and booklets
published by ICA, London, UK
condition: mint
€ 1.250,- plus € 32,- Track & Trace registered EU mail
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A second and final run doubled the original edition of 300, here number 281 i.e. part of the first run. Apparently publisher ICA had second and third thoughts when it came to the final edition number. It first decided to extend the edition from 300 to 500. Then another 100 were added and presented as a final second run of 300 copies. Below you will find a screen shot of their website made on 7th of December 2019.

 

 

History of prices:
Artsy-Kumi Contemporary, London, UK May 2024 GBP 1,750.-
Mo-Art Gallery, Amsterdam € 1.500 May 2024
Bonhams, London, UK GBP 600 20 September 2023 (hammer price)
Mo-Art Gallery, Amsterdam € 1.500 September 2023
Wright Auction, Chicago, USA € 2.040 4 May 2023 -2nd set of 2 stools (hammer price)
Wright Auction, Chicago, USA € 1.496 4 May 2023 -1st set of 2 stools (hammer price)
Bonhams Auction, London € 1.115,- 2 June 2023 incl. premium
1stDibs, Jersey City, USA € 3.617,- January 2023
Smolensky Gallery, Manchester, UK GBP 1,700.- January 2023
ICA, London, UK GBP 2,000.- September 2022
Artware, New York, USA US$ 3,500.- July 2022
Phillips Auctions, London, UK GBP 1,515.- 20 January 2022
Commodity Gallery, Los Angeles, USA US$ 3,500.- October 2021
Artsy-Alpha 137 Gallery, New York, USA US$ 2,400.- September 2021
Wright Auction, Chicago, USA € 1.525 15 July 2021 (hammer price)
Artware, New York, USA US$ 2,000.- April 2021
ArtRepublic.com, Benbury, England, UK € 1.785,- April 2021
eBay-artwiseonline, Brooklyn, New York, USA US$ 3,500.- March 2021
eBay-can-buy-my-art, The Hague, Netherlands US$ 2,200.- March 2021
Bonhams Auction, London € 846,- 10 December 2020 incl. premium
Bonhams Auction, London € 1.822,- 17 October 2020 incl. premium
Artware, New York, USA US$ 2,000.- 26 August 2020
Bonhams Auction, London € 844,- 19 June 2020 incl. premium
PopFineArt.com, between US$ 1,000 – US$ 2,500.- 8 March 2020
ICA, London, UK GBP 1,000.- 4 March 2020
ICA, London, UK GBP 650.- 10 December 2019 – sold out 30-12-2019
ICA, London, UK GBP 450.- 23 October 2019

 

WJM KOK, Off Color (Crimson), 2019

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WJM KOK, Off Color (Crimson), 2019
7 x 7 cm
oil paint on canvas, wooden mini-easel; ca 11 x 8 x 8 cm
open series, unique works
signed, dated
€ 222,- plus € 12,- registered mail Track & Trace


When ordered colour will differ from the colour shown above.

 

Striking in the work of Wjm Kok is his interest in open or closed series, i.e. limited in number as a pure consequence of a conceived system. He wants to make series that are not a goal in itself, but rather a result of a method to keep as far away as possible from an emotional choice. He likes to make work that is not hierarchical and that also does not refer to a pronounced uniqueness.

In the open series ‘Off Color’, Wjm Kok mixes a color directly on the canvas with the help of seven ad randem tufts of paint squeezed from the paint tube. The color is not easily predictable and often also produces a surprising effect for him during the making.

ANITA DI BIANCO, Corrections and Clarifications, 2001-2019

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ANITA DI BIANCO, Corrections and Clarifications, 2001-2019
45 x 34 x 5,5 cm
cardboard box with 15 newspapers, various sizes
open edition; as a complete set published by the artist
signed, dated
mint
published by the artist

Corrections and Clarifications is an ongoing series of newspapers, each time containing an edited compilation of corrections ad randomly collected from daily international news. Each issue covering merely a list of corrections page after page.
In the paper issued in December 2016 (edition of 200) the colophon reads as follows: ‘Corrections and Clarifications is an ongoing publication, an intermittent compilation of daily revisions, retractions, re-wordings, distinctions and apologies to print news from September 2001 to the present. A reverse-chronological cataloging of lapses in naming and classification, of tangled catchphrases, detectable patterns of mis-speech and inflection, distraction, connotation and enumeration.’

DOROTHY IANNONE, A Thousand and One Songs for Erik Bock, 2019 [multiple]

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DOROTHY IANNONE, A Thousand and One Songs for Erik Bock, 2019
43 x 30,7 x 2,5 cm
cardboard box, loosely inserted colour photo in glued on photo corners, 9 offset prints incl. index sheet with credits, 2 CD’s fixed on inner side of lid, postcard
signed, numbered
edition 150
mint
published by Tochnit Aleph, Berlin, Germany
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“Not every love is forever, nor is an unimaginable longevity necessary in order that a love qualify as memorable. I once derived a great deal of pleasure as well as artistic inspiration (and eventually, some pain, I must admit) from a sexual and intellectual friendship with an emotionally thrifty (as he himself would be the first to admit) but very beautiful gentleman from a neighbouring country, north of Berlin, my adopted home, and whom I’m so glad I met long ago.

“These recordings were made for him, to give him pleasure, and pride in his being, as well as for myself, so that I could continue my immersion in our relationship when, for short periods, we were apart…..”

From the liner-notes by Dorothy Iannone, November 2017

SALIM BAYRI, Sad Ali, 2017 [small version]

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SALIM BAYRI, Sad Ali, 2017 [small version]
16,2 x 4,9 cm
print, lasered sky leather
signed, numbered, dated
edition 4
€ 250,-

 

Salim Bayri surrounds himself with an alter ego that he calls Sad Ali, a shortening of “sad alien”. This figure has no organs, undertakes no actions and opposite to a cartoon personality he doesn’t talk. As a kind of ambulant search machine he runs around checking out situations and things.
Salim Bayri: ‘I mostly use computer generated images, sound, footage and short actions because of their speed and fluidity.’

Salim Bayri is nominated for the Nationale Nederlanden Group Award 2018. The other nominees:
Pauline Curnier Jardin
Sam Samiee
Rafaël Rozendaal

GILBERT & GEORGE, As used by the sculptors, 1973 [signed postcard]

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GILBERT & GEORGE, As used by the sculptors, 1973
14,7 x 10,5 cm
postcard
signed (recto)
pubished by Hôtel Carlton Palace, Paris, France
rare
perfect condition
€ 295,- plus € 15,- Track & Trace registered mail

 

The signature is done with ballpoint at the lower part of the postcard. From a certain angle when the ink reflects the light one clearly detects the signature. This rather ephemeral handwriting makes the image undisturbed, and therefore very powerful.

Signature in detail:
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MEVIS & VAN DEURSEN, Uitnodiging!, 1993 [poster]

MEVIS & VAN DEURSEN, Uitnodiging!, 1993
42,5 x 30,5 cm (paper size 46.4 x 34.5 cm)
poster
condition very fine
extremely rare
published by Mevis & Van Deursen, Amsterdam

In 1993 curator Moritz Küng was invited to make a show in Galerie van Gelder & AP. For that he invited graphic designers Mevis & Van Deursen (Amsterdam) to make an announcement poster for an exhibition called ‘Uitnodiging!’. The announcement poster of Mevis & Van Deursen shows a crying black woman that could be understood as one that is either crying or laughing, or both perhaps. For the exhibition itself another poster was designed depicting a woman wearing sun glasses.

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Uitnodiging!, 1993 [handkerchief]

MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Uitnodiging!, 1993
19,5 x 16 cm
linen handkerchief, woven, embroidery, plastic bag
edition 26 + 1 AP
unique embroidered numbering
mint
published by Associated Publishers, Amsterdam

Marijke van Warmerdam made her first multiple in collaboration with curator Moritz Küng and graphic designers Mevis & Van Deursen when she exhibited for the first time in Galerie van Gelder & AP / Associated Publishers. Moritz Küng designed a wooden wall embracing a gallery wall, Mevis & Van Deursen came with an announcement poster ‘Uitnodiging!’ showing a crying black girl that could be understood as one that is either crying or laughing, or both perhaps. For the exhibition itself another poster was designed depicting a girl wearing sun glasses. Marijke van Warmerdam showed a moving (with computer sensor steered) mannequin and dressed in a robe showing an Arcadia landscape. The latter is in the collection of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.


MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Untitled, 1993

 


MEVIS & VAN DEURSEN, poster ‘Uitnodiging! 1993, used for announcement outdoors


MORITZ KÜNG, Untitled [wall], 1993

JONATHAN MONK, The making of ten posters, ten languages, ten colours, ten words, ten euros, 2011 [set of 10 books]

JONATHAN MONK, The making of ten posters, ten languages, ten colours, ten words, ten euros, 2011
each book 17 x 11,5 x 0,5 cm
10 books, each 50 pp.
published by Yvon Lambert, Paris, France
pristine
rare as set
set of 10: € 920,- plus € 20,- registered mail Track & Trace
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Each artist’s book contains 50 pages of color photographs documenting the creation of an edition of Jonathan Monk posters. All ten books come in different couver colours, in original cellophane wrapping. No wonder Jonathan Monk says during a studio interview by U. G. Lambert, 26 April 2012: “… Once something has been done, it can be done again in a different colour.” This stack of ten books in different colours demonstrate this idea, in an almost sculptural way.