KOK, WJM multiples prints

WJM KOK, Monochrome 360º (Revaleiland), 2020 [card]

WJM KOK, Monochrome 360º (Revaleiland), 2020
SN 68172
10,4 x 14,8 cm
offset, verso residual glue and paper, cellophane envelope, sticker
edition 81, here number 28/81
signed, dated, numbered
published by the artist
€ 35,- plus € 5,- Track & Trace NL registered mail
inv.WJM 1034_1043

During the pandemic in 2020 Dutch advertising columns were temporarily out of use for advertising. They were all around set on hold and covered with a blue colour print on paper. Wjm Kok appropriated a considerable amount of these unused so-called ‘peperbussen’ in Amsterdam by merely localising them. He took a picture of each cylindrical column, adding a title and Serial Number.
Due to weather conditions the blue posters came down partly. A colleague teared some of these parts off. When this was offered to him, he decided to cut the torn off poster parts into cards. With this less ephemeral and more concrete gesture he brought this work closer to the approach of the American appropriation artists who materialised their ideas by putting the borrowed products merely on display, although without the need for manual work. KvG

Appropriated advertising column opposite Herengracht 213, Amsterdam


JCJ VANDERHEYDEN, Zilveren Spiegel, 1991

JCJ VANDERHEYDEN, Zilveren Spiegel, 1991 [mirror]
38,9 x 35,9 x 3,5 cm
mirror, wood, paint
signed, date, year
series of 2 unique works with yellow brims
€ 6.400,- plus € 32,- Track & Trace EU registered mail
inv.JCJ 1033

JCJ Vanderheyden has produced various mirrors, most of the time for the sake of an exhibition in order to play with repetition through mirroring. This one comes with two yellow painted glass laths, i.e. one on the lower side and one on the right side. A method he uses on the edges of his paintings as well. The horizontal and vertical painted laths reappear in the reflection of the mirror.

multiples Viktor & Rolf

VIKTOR & ROLF, 2019 [Christmas hanger – bow]

10,5 x 14,5 x 4 cm
Christmas hanger; glass, tin tag ‘HEMA – VIKTOR&ROLF’
limited edition ‘Jingle bows’
published by HEMA, Amsterdam
mint condition
Collection Thora K. Johansen, Amsterdam
inv.V&R 1023


The image below was part of the PR announcements on the website of HEMA during the November/December 2019 campaign.

multiples printed matter

LONE HAUGAARD MADSEN, untitled, 2011 [postcard]

LONE HAUGAARD MADSEN, untitled, 2011
12,4 x 17,5 cm
painted postcard on invite Galerie Gisela Capitain, Cologne (2006)
signed, dated
series of unique painting on card
published by Haubrok Edition, Berlin, Germany
€ 380,- plus € 12,- Track & Trace registered mail
inv.LHMa 978

Ref. Haubrok Edition

Lone Haugaard Madsen is a Danish artist born in 1974, lives and works in Copenhagen and Vienna.


KIMBALL GUNNAR HOLTH, Tile painting: Blue, 2020

KIMBALL GUNNAR HOLTH, Tile painting: Blue, 2020
40 x 30 cm
oil paint on solid paper
signed, dated
series of 14 unique drawings
€ 300,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered mail

Kimball Gunnar Holth doesn’t make anything, or it should be that he found something right before it’s finished. This drawing is what his hand found painting on paper. He left it for what it is, but still gave it a title. These works come from the series ‘Tile paintings’.

Fluxus multiples printed matter prints

Intimacy, 2020 [box with artist’s contributions, documents]

Intimacy, 2020
32 x 23 x 4,5 cm
cardboard box with magnet clam strip, 69 parts
numbered box, several items are signed
edition 23, here box Gold Edition, numbered 3/23
(Silver Edition: edition 25 / Gold Edition: edition 23)
published by Cult Club, Amsterdam
order at


Artists documented and/or participating:


MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ Role Exchange, Amsterdam, 1975

AY-O Ay-O’s Finger Box-Kit, 1991; Ay-O in New York, n/d.


PAUL BLANCA Father & Son, 1985

TRACEY EMIN Everyone I Have Ever Slept With (The Tent), 1963-1995

VALIE EXPORT Tapp-und-Tast-Kino

KAREL GOUDSBLOM All of This, 1998

AL HANSEN anna banana clacla fluxcomix, drawing, early 1970s
Don Juan, flyer, 1978

KIRSTEN JUSTESEN RYGSKRIVER (write on one’s back), 1985

ALISON KNOWLES Serenade for Alison (Paik), Amsterdam, 1962

BAS KOSTERS Hope Bracelet / Hope card + BAS KOSTERS TV Head Inflatable Art Doll

SHIGEKO KUBOTA Vagina Painting, New York, 1965

JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO photo: Annie Leibovitz, 1980

ANDRIES DE MAREZ OYENS Love-Stop-Touch, sticker and postcard
signed on envelope

PIERRE MOLINIER Selfportrait with dildo, 1966

CHARLOTTE MOORMAN & NAM JUNE PAIK performing Chamber Music , Asolo, 1974

OTTO MUEHL with Mrs Conz, and people living in commune Friedrichshof, ca. 1983

YOKO ONO (with ANTHONY COX), The Bag, Knokke, 1967

ORLAN L’Origine de la Guerre, 1989

WILLEM DE RIDDER SUCK nr 8 (The Last Suck), front cover, 1974 + SUCK nr 7, back cover, n.d.


CAROLEE SCHNEEMANN Interior Scroll, 1975

ANDRES SERRANO Plassex-poster, 1997

BARBARA T. SMITH Feed Me, San Francisco, 1973

ANNIE SPRINKLE Look inside: Annie Sprinkle, flyer, 1990

ANNIE SPRINKLE / BETH STEPHENS Cuddling, Athens, 2017; sticker

MARCO TIBERIO Enlarge Sanitizer Gel (bottle)

TINKEBELL INTIMACY 1,2,3, three postcards, 2020
all postcards signed

ULAY / ABRAMOVIĆ Breathing in – Breathing out, Amsterdam, 1977

BEN VAUTIER Project for INTIMACY, sketch + photo Bed Event (1998), with Francesco Conz, ORLAN, Carolee Schneemann

AAT VELDHOEN Paring, Rotaprint, 1964

MAXIME C. DE WAAL Real Nature / Real Duvall, print

LUUK WILMERING A Personal Geographic. De naakten kleden, nr.7, 2010


LAWRENCE WEINER, AMS Multiple – Art Meets Science, 1992 [unique drawing]

Art Meets Science
unique drawing, twice fold, ink, felt pen,
snippets of photo stat, pencil, colour pencil, collage
45,5 x 60,8 cm
signed “L.W. NY-96”, dated
splendid condition
inv.LWein 403

Lawrence Weiner’s primary medium is language, often in combination with red, yellow, blue coloured signs, or in mere black and white. He is a New York and Amsterdam-based sculptor who prefers to make art that is accessible, open-ended, mutable and transferable. In the ‘Art Meets Science Multiple’ the artist skipped linguistic language completely, making this work an uncommon outspoken pictorial piece within his oeuvre.

The depicted drawing here is a draft for a new envelope as soon as the first run of 1992 is out of stock. Until today this never happened. The image on the brown envelope suggests that the multiple ought to be installed as depicted. In fact at a later stage Lawrence Weiner preferred to have the piece installed as one likes, although he did not want to have that explicitly mentioned as such.

multiples PHÚÓNG, VINH

VINH PHÚÓNG, Branche, 1991 [silver wall object]

VINH PHÚÓNG, Branche, 1991
2 x 13,7 x 2 cm
925/1000 grams silver
edition 5 + 2 AP
engraved signature, numbered, dated
published by the artist
€ 450,- plus 18,- Track & Trace registered mail

In April 1976 the first boats of refugees fleeing Vietnam sailed to various countries, heralding a series of arrivals over the next few years. Vietnamese-Dutch sculptor and painter Vinh Phúóng (born in 1959 as Nguyen Phuc Vinh Phúóng) born in Djiring, provincie Lam Dong, Vietnam was one of them. In the early nineties he had his first solo exhibition at Galerie van Gelder in Amsterdam. His motifs always have an undertone of pain and apparently urge to seek protection, together with a dark and enigmatic image making. In this context a broken tiny branche of silver suggests an expression of pain and loss, and not so much a light hearted mimicry of nature, as one may think at first sight.

GUDMUNDSSON, SIGURDUR multiples printed matter signed art books

SIGURDUR GUDMUNDSSON, Fjörvit, 1996 [signed bag]

ca 41 x 29 x 4 cm
plastic bag, 7 publications, 11 photo copies (stapled)
published by Nýlistasafnið, Reykjavik, Iceland
inv.SG 949-pr


Each newspaper and magazine in this bag contains an article about group exhibition called Fjörvit (trans. Clear white) organised/curated by Sigurdur Gudmundsson at Nýlistasafnið / The Living Art Museum. Participating artists: Dan Wolgers, Carsten Höller, Christene Hohenbüchler and Irene Hohenbüchler. Among the publications also a stapled stack of 11 black and white photo copies is depicting an exhibition about plants and butterflies. For some reason or other the name of that artist is not mentioned.

The backside of the translucent museum bag shows an introductory text in Icelandic by Sigurdur Gudmundsson.


MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Switch, 2020 [light box]

46 x 46 x 6 cm
light box, metal frame, electric power chord, plug
edition 10 + 5 AP
signed, numbered
published by More Publishers, Brussels, Belgium
p.o.r. at