OLIVIER MOSSET, invitation cards of exhibitions 1972-2010, ring binder with almost a complete set of 56 exhibition invites from this period, plastic sleeves.
RAYMOND PETTIBON, Blank / “Long Live the People of the Revolution”, 2005, 31,1 x 31,5 cm, 12 inch LP and signed on coverThis record is in the collection of MoMA, New York, USA.
TAKAKO SAITO, You and Me, 1981, yarn spools, coloured threads, wooden box, ink stamps
OLIVIER MOSSET, Untitled # 3, #4, #5 and #6, 1992 ca 60 x 60 cm (4 sq. feet) / 31 x 30.5 cm (1 sq. foot) two pieces of acrylic paint on canvas, 4 labels; 6 parts signed on 3 labels numbered and dated in […]
Photo: K. van Gelder JAN HENDERIKSE / ALEXANDRA PHILLIPS, Pure Propaganda Magazine, 2015 each ca 11 x 14 cm, unfolded 27.7 x 21.5 cm, 2 parts pop-up card mounted on cardboard, blind and ink stamped envelope with gold seal, colour illustration, text signed, numbered, here […]
Peter van Beveren and Harry Ruhé invited Fluxus artists to participate in a Fluxus Festival at the AKI Art Academy in Enschede in The Netherlands. Participating artists were Eric Andersen, Giuseppe Chiari, Dick Higgins, Ben Vautier, Wolf Vostell, Bob Lens, Wim T. Schippers, Takako Saito, Ludwig Gosewitz, Milan Knizak and Mischa Mengelberg.
TAKAKO SAITO, A part of Fluxus, 1992 2 x 2.3 x 2.3 cm plastic box, human hair, glue, paper collet with ink stamped text edition unknown signed, dated pristine condition inv.TSait 681
SYLVIE FLEURY, Hotheels, 1999, cardboard box with 2 sets of 6 notecards, wrappers, 13 envelopes, published by Hugo Boss. This publication with 2 sets notecards in cardboard box was produced to mark the auction of Sylvie Fleury Formula 1 Dress created by Hugo Boss.
This edition comes together with a piece of wrapping paper and also called “Blockbuster or Avant garde?” as an insert in Cut magazine about art issue #19 – November 2018. Published by Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
This booklet is a catalogue with a feel of an artist’s book filled with solely images + an ultra short CV. Anders Tornberg worked closely together with artists like Gerald Rockenschaub. Hence the design Rockenschaub made for this publication.
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, Decent, tidy, 2014. This edition is a series of unique pieces. The flowers changes colors from piece to piece.
John M Armleder, Assiettes, 1988, set dinner plates for soup, main course and dessert, 3 parts, verso signed in glaze, Porcelaine Winterling
The dinner plates of this edition were sold separately and published by Catherine Issert Editions, Saint Paul de Vence in France.
As a set this edition is difficult to find.
CUT magazine about art, issue #19 was published in November 2018. The issue comes with an open letter to Dutch art critic Lucette Terborg / NRC-Handelsblad. Two limited editions are added: a sticker and wrapping paper of Lily van der Stokker. For Special Cut Subscribers a signed edition of 35 by Wjm Kok is tipped in at the back of the magazine.
Published by Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam
Gerhard Richter, Abstract Painting 825-II, 69 Details, 1969 is produced in 100 copies in English, stamp numbered and signed in ink on the last page, subtitled on the fifth page: Für Elise.
Ben Vautier, multiple, box, boîte, Praktikabel, Waddenzee, écoutez la mer, 2001, edition 300, metal balls, steel, object, objet,