Schema Informazione 2, 1974 [magazine Galleria Schema]

Schema Informazione 2, 1974
30 x 21,5 cm
number 2, 68 pp.
published by Galleria Schema, Firenze, Italy
condition: very good, although cover carefully used
very rare
€ 180,- plus € 20,- Track & Trace registered mail


Schema Informazione is a catalogue published in magazine format on behalf of a group exhibition “Retuned to Sender” at Galleria Schema in Firenze, Italy. The exhibition was announced as ” Texts, musics, diagrams, scores, books, slides, notes, photographs, revues, video tapes, multiples, projects, statements, films, ideas………”.

List of participating artists:
Vito Acconci
Vincenzo Agnetti
Marcel Allocco
Adriano Altamira
Eleanor Antin
Eric Andersen
Giovanni Anselmo
Art & Language
Gabor Attalai
John Baldessari
Dana Atcheley
Imre Bak
Manuel Barbadillo
Robert Barry
Roberto Barni
Carlo Battisti
Lanfranco Baldi
Bernhard & Hilla Becher
Massimo Becattini
Mirella Bentivoglio
Maurizio Benveduti
Carlo Bertocci
Gerard Bjerlej
Joseph Beuys
Julien Blaine
Alighiero Boetti
Mel Bochner
Werner F. Bonin
Christian Boltanski
Giovanni Bruscino
Enrico Bugli
Chris Burden
Daniel Buren
Marcel Broodthaers
Pier Paolo Calzolari
Cioni Carpi
Luciano Caruso
Sylvano Bussotti
Giuseppe Chiari
Tullio Catalano
Claudio Cintoli
James Coleman
Giusi Coppini
Roberto Cerbai
Marco Cordioli
Maria Teresa Corvino
Claudio Costa
Attila Csernik
Guido Corazziari
Feruccio De Filippi
Robin Crozier
Radomir Damnjanovic
Anne Darboven [sic]
Henry Dale
Giuliano Della Casa
Andrea Daninos
Gino de Dominicis
Branco Dimitrijevic
Nusa & Sreco Dragan
Herman de Vries
Paolo de Manincor
Antonio Dias
Wilfried Doerstel
Herbert Distel
Goran Djordjevic
Michele de Lucchi
Audrey Flack
Luciano Fabro
G. Fonio & P.L. Paolillo
Terry Fox
Joel Fremiot
Stano Filko
Hervé Fischer
Peter Finch
Hreinn Fridfinnsson
Andrea Granchi
Joseph Figueras
John Furnival
Bruno Gambone
Phil Glass
Paul Armand Gette
Zvi Goldstein
Jochen Gerz
Gilbert & George
Sigurdur Gudmundsson
Kristjan Gudmundsson
Groupe Ecart
Dan Graham
Milan Grygar
Lee Guen-Young
Groupe 70: Martin Miguel / Max Charuolen / Serge Maccaferri
Klaus Groh
John Hillard
Allan V. Harrison
Joseph Iglesias del Marquet
Hans Haacke
Alessandro Jasci
Christian Jaccard
Françoise Jannicot
Ray Johnson
Sture Johanesson
Joan Jonas
Allan Kaprow
Donald Karshan
Zdristan Jurkiewicz
Sasa Katamanova & J.H. Kocman
Hans W. Kalkmann
Per Kirkeby
Lazlo Kerekes
Annalies Klophaus
Joseph Kosuth
Richard Kostelanetz’s
Christof Kohlhöfer
Jannis Kounellis
Ketty LaRocca
Dick Landry
Auro Lecci
Ugo La Pietra
Jean le Gac
Andrea Lemmi
Sol LeWitt
Richard Long
Les Levine
Urs Lüthi
Sergio Lombardo
Inge Mahn
Robert Mangold
Maier AichenElio Marchegiani
Jean Claude Marquette
Stelio Maria Martini
Plinio Martelli
Paolo Masi
Slavko Matkovic
Eliseo Mattiacci
Mario Merz
Fabio Mauri
Albert Mayr
Edwind Morgan
Dora Maurer
Alberto Moretti
N.O. Mustill
Brenda Miller
Ito Motoyuki
Monique Nahas & Hervé Huitric
Massimo Nannucci
Maurizio Nannucci
Roman Opalka
Tomas Nillg [sic]
Dennis Oppenheim
Luigi Ontani
Claudio Parmiggiani
Charlemagne Palestine
Luca Patella
Giulio Paolini
Mario Poggiali
Andrzej Piergalski
Giuseppe Penone
Gianni Pettena
Miro Polacci
Alberto Pirelli
Josep Ponsati
Vettor Pisani
Edith Revai
Karina Raeck
Renato Ranaldi
Arnulf Rainer
Alan Riddel
Sue & Clive Robertson
Dorothe Rockburne
Gianni Ruffi
Fried Rosenstock
Edward Ruscha
Franca Sacchi
Lucas Samaras
Pedrac Sidjanin
Fulvio Salvadori
Richard Serra
Fritz Schwegler
Frank Smith
Kishio Suga
Landfried Schöpfer
Alan Sondheim
Enzo Stella
Klaus Staeck
Petr Stembera
Jan Steklik
Nikola Stojanovic
Balint Szombathy
Shohachiro Takahashi
Paul Thek
Team A3
Mikoljub Todorovic
Richard Tuttle
Jerzy Trelinski
Vittorio Tolu
Biljana Tomic
Rasa Todosijevic
Fernando Tonello
Endre Tót
Jacqueline Urban Nicaud
Timm Ulrichs
Janos Urban
Franco Vaccari
Willy Vazan
Jiri Valoch
Ben Vautier
Luca Venturi
Jürgen Vogdt
Bernard Venet
Edgardo Antonio Vigo
Wolf Vostell
Dorothee Von Windheim
Lawrence Weiner
May Wilson
Paul Wordow
William Wegman
Antonio Ximenez
Orest Zagoricnik
Michele Zaza
Jacob Zekveld
Nicholas Zurbrugg
Gilberto Zorio

Fandangos magazine magazines MARROQUIN, RAÚL

RAÚL MARROQUIN, Fandangos – extra, 1980 [magazine]

RAÚL MARROQUIN, Fandangos – extra, 1980
21 x 14,3 cm
stencil print, stapled, 12 pp. incl. cover
published by Fandangos magazine, Maastricht, Netherlands
splendid condition
extremely rare
inv.RMarr 830

This extra issue of Fandangos is ‘on the World’s First T.V. Convention’.

‘Why a World’s T.V. Convention? This has been the most asked question of the week in business and diplomatic circles, especially after the convention’s unexpected developments during the past two days.
Neither ex-president Nixon, nor any of the Mad Enterprises Inc., Videoheads or Fanfangos officials expected these results from what was originally conceived as a profit making projectas well as attracting tourists to Amsterdam and giving Mr. Nixon front page exposure.’

‘The Sets
The first appearance of the rock and roll band ‘The Sets’ on the strike day at the convention, was their most successful gig in their two-and-a-half years of working together. The group is made up of four P.V.M. 200’s and is between punk and new wave. Their record released on the strike day reached the sales record of one million dollars in less than 24 hours. ‘The Sets’ presence was kept secret until the last moment, although they had been heard rehearsing on the third day of the convention during a coffee break. No explanation was offered. The group will be touring in Europe for the next 3 months and are expected to release their new L.P. in a few weeks.
While discussions, arguments, demonstrations, suicide and a kidnapping took place at the convention, a group that began smaal but eventually grew into one of the strongest groups of the event, was the one led by ‘thelight from India’, as 3820 was called by his disciples from the very first day.

COLLA, ALBERTO Gaffa magazin magazines

ALBERTO COLLA – Aprite il Fuoco / for Edition Gaffa, 2019 [zine]

ALBERTO COLLA – Aprite il Fuoco [trans. open fire] / for Edition Gaffa, 2019
21 x 13,9 cm
magazine, stapled, 12 pp.
risograph print, felt pen ink, photo copy on very thin paper
edition 15
published by Gaffa, Tenerife / Zurich
inv.Gaff 820


Gaffa magazin magazines

Gaffa Magazin, 2017-2019 [4 zines]

Gaffa Magazin, 2017-2019
ca A5
risograph copies, stapled
4 issues:
Gaffa Nr. 6 – Dinosaurior, (March 2017)
Gaffa – Heimspiel, edition 800 (December 2018)
Ismail Abdallah, für Edition Gaffa, 11/50 (2019)
Gaffa – El Neoray nr 21/50 (2019)
published by Gaffa Magazin, Tenerife/Zurich
inv.Gaff 819

Gaffa magazin magazines

Gaffa Magazin, #20, 2018 – August

Gaffa Magazin, #20, 2018 – August
29,7 x 21,3 cm
photo copies, stapled, 44 pp.
published by Freddie Gaffa, Tenerife
inv.Gaff 818

magazines multiples NYS, SOPHIE

SOPHIE NYS, Wanted Librarian, 2017 [inlay]

SOPHIE NYS, Wanted Librarian, 2017
21 x 14.7 cm
offset, inlay in Posture Editions: Not to be fed, but to be famous – Sophie Nys, nr. 26, p. 64-65
inv.SNys 790


In 2016 Posture Editions invited 75 students of the HKU in Ghent to make a drawing that presents an imagination of a book of their own choosing. A full-scale drawing of each of the participating students is includ­ed and is mirrored opposite the original cover of the book chosen with the name of the speaker who originally introduced that book during a project called “Curating the Library” in Art Centre De Singel, Antwerp in Belgium.
This inlay and artist’s edition comes with a copy of Posture Editions number 26, 2017.



Posture Editions Nr 26:

magazines multiples

Rubber, 1979, Vol. 2, no.2 [issue on 4 Brazilian artists]

Rubber, 1979, Brazilian issue
Vol. 2, no.2
monthly bulletin
23,4 x 16,2 cm
bulletin, 16 pp. incl. cover, unbound as issued
introductory text by Ulises Carrión
very good condition
published by Stempelplaats, Amsterdam
inv.Rubb 759


CARRIÓN, ULISES magazines Rubber

Rubber, 1978, ‘Ulises Carrión’, Vol. 1, no. 6 [bulletin]

Rubber, 1978, ‘Ulises Carrión’
Vol. 1, no. 6
23,4 x 16,2 cm
bulletin, 8 pp. incl. cover, 10 original ink stamps by Ulises Carrion
good condition
published by Stempelplaats, Amsterdam
inv.Rubb 760
€ 345,- plus € 18,- registered mail Track & Trace


This issue of Rubber bulletin is entirely made on and by Ulises Carrión. It is one of the most important publications that reveal specifically his theories and practical thoughts about ink stamping in the visual arts. With short statements he comes to innovative points of view:

‘Every print of a rubber-stamp implies a choice by the artist. He creates not only when he designs his rubber-stamp, but also everytime he makes a print.’

‘In contrast with other means of reproduction – photography, for instance – rubber-stamps are associated with power.
Artists’ rubber-stamps reminds us of those other rubber-stamps that actually control and direct our lives.’

On the inner side of the cover a date stamp ’39 JAN 1988’ is depicted. This ink stamp refers to his concept of “Artists Work for the Future”. Through his choices of appropriation like homages, references, quotations, parodies and allusions he touches the notion of the worn out past and overestimated trends. Ink stamping is one of the media that can generate an interesting impetus to overcome clichés and open up unexplored territories today and in the future. In this sense ‘Artists work for the future’.


Ulises Carrión (1941-1989) was an artist, editor, curator, gallerist, archivist and theorist of the post-1970s avant-garde.

magazines ROTH, DIETER Rubber

Rubber, 1979, ‘Diter Rot’, Vol. 2, no. 5 [bulletin]

Rubber, 1979, ‘Diter Rot’, Vol. 2, no. 5
23,4 x 16,2 cm
monthly bulletin
12 pp. + cover, loose folded sheets, 5 original ink stamps by Dieter Roth
condition: splendid, apart from bump at lower part of magazine
inv.Rubb 758

This bulletin is completely dedicated to Dieter Roth. The magazine with ink stamps was designed in cooperation with Dieter Roth.


Below: inner couver and first seven pages with original stamps


JAN HENDERIKSE / ALEXANDRA PHILLIPS, Pure Propaganda Magazine, 2015 [pop-up cards]

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 number 3/10
edition 10
published by Antoon Melissen, Amsterdam


Photos: K. van Gelder