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JANSSENS, ANN VERONICA printed matter

ANN VERONICA JANSSENS, untitled, 1993

ANN VERONICA JANSSENS, untitled, 1993
21,4 x 15 cm
folded as issued
published by Eric Antonis, Antwerp, Belgium
mint
€ 65,- plus € 8,- Track & Trace registered EU mail

This publication exists out of 6 spread sheets with mere photos (unfolded 29,5 x 42 cm). It was published on behalf of “Contemporary Visual Art programme of Antwerp 93”. A short and only text reads:
‘On taking
a normal situation
and retranslating it
into overlapping
and multiple readings
of conditions
past and present’

“Vertrekken vanuit
een normale situatie
en deze hervertalen
in elkaar overlappende
en meervoudige lezingen
van condities
uit heden en verleden”

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HOLZER, JENNY printed matter

JENNY HOLZER, Truisms, 2019 [stickers]

JENNY HOLZER, Truisms, 2019
29,7 x 22,8 cm
double sided sheet: recto 12 Truism-stickers, verso various stickers (8)
firm book page from “Stickers Vol. 2”,
edition 400
published by Rizzoli, New York, USA
mint

Stickers Vol. 2 deals with stickers about Punk Rock, electronic music, skateboarding, streetwear, graffiti, political activism, surf and BMX bike culture, fine arts and personal wisdoms of amateurs who tag the streets. This publication contains 16 pages with 125 removable stickers bound at the back of the book. These sheets include a list of artists including Jenny Holzer, Barry McGee, INVADER, Marylin Minter, Erik Parker, SWOON, FUTURA, Robert Lazzarini, Kenzo Minami, Kostas Seremetis, Kristen Liu-Wong, Anthony Lister, Ron English, Ryan McGuinnes, BAST, D*Face, Shepard Fairey, FAILE, Skullphone, Tara McPherson, Peter Schuyff, Swoon, & James Hyde, ESPO, a.o.

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printed matter ST.AUBY, TAMÁS

TAMÁS ST. AUBY, Subsist.ence Level St.andard Project 1984, 2013


TAMÁS ST.AUBY, SUBSIST.ENCE LEVEL ST.ANDARD Project 1984, 2013
2 prints on A4
website ExIndex

One of the most unknown-known artists in Hungary is Tamás St. Auby (ps. of Tamás Szentjóby, born in 1944) being a non-artist, poet and performer, both inside and outside of the arts. He founded IPUT / ‘International Parallel Union of Telecommunications’ in 1968. Its central idea: “The art is hokum. The history is hokum. Art is everything, what not allowed. Be not allowed!” He had to leave Hungry in 1975, and he could come back not earlier than in 1991.

When I met Tamás St. Auby for the first time in 2004, I was quite impressed by his for me scary shamanistic dominance in his social interaction. Yet his presence was deeply lived through. His attitude was not about art in the first place while he was an artist and teacher on an academy in Budapest. It was at once clear to me that I wanted to invite him for participating in ‘Freedom Borders’, a group exhibition with Hungarian artists in Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam in 2004.

 

Part of installation in ‘Freedom Borders’ at Galerie van Gelder, 2004

Foto K. van Gelder, Amsterdam

TAMÁS ST. AUBY, Ballot-Disco, 2004
250 x 140 x 140 cm
wood, voting bills, pen, walk-man/sound, map, light, human skull, plastic curtain, cardboard box

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ANDERSEN, ERIC printed matter ST.AUBY, TAMÁS

ERIC ANDERSEN, ‘Great occupation, but very few plants’, 2013


ERIC ANDERSEN, ‘Great occupation, but very few plants’, 2013
2 prints on A4, added 2 prints about exhibition Tamás St. Auby
mail 15 May 2013 at 13:44 hours about announcement of Tamás St. Auby’s exhibition at Museum Ludwig, Budapest, Hungary

By mail Eric Andersen gave a comment on an announcement of Hungarian artist Tamás St. Auby’s call to occupy “Rosa Fluxemburg Platz” on behalf of his exhibition in Museum Ludwig in Budapest: ‘Great occupation, but very few plants’. The chosen font of the lettering in red is typical for Andersen and may be found on badges he made with various texts.

 

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DELAHAYE, LUC printed matter

LUC DELAHAYE, untitled [Ordinary Meeting of the Conference], ca 2006 [print]

LUC DELAHAYE, untitled [Ordinary Meeting of the Conference], ca 2006
13,5 x 28 cm
print, card, MC,
ink stamped signature
published by Contemporary, London, UK
edition 3000
splendid condition, verso browned card due to aging
inv.Cont 359-pr

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printed matter RICHTER, GERHARD

GERHARD RICHTER, Gerhard Richter, 1969 [catalogue]

GERHARD RICHTER, Gerhard Richter, 1969
20 x 21,2 cm
catalogue, offset, SC, stapled, 28 pp., unpaginated
published by Gegenverkehr, Zentrum für aktuelle Kunst Aachen, Germany
condition good; cover slightly yellowed at right side, tiny scuffed spot at left top corner, smudge on back of cover
€ 180,- plus € 15,- Track & Trace registered EU mail
inv.GRich 102-pr

 

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GUDMUNDSSON, KRISTJÁN printed matter

KRISTJÁN GUDMUNDSSON, Equal-time lines, invitation[ca 1974]

KRISTJÁN GUDMUNDSSON, Equal-time lines, n.d. [1974]
29,7 x 21 cm
printed invitation, mini sticker
handwritten address by the artist
published by IN-OUT Centre, Amsterdam
rare
inv.KG 47

In-OUT Centre was an artist’s run space. Each artist took care of his or her own printing and mailing. The copy of this invitation is handwritten by Kristján Gudmundsson who originally planned to have it sent to his home address, but for some reason it was never posted.

 

Extra information – on handwriting

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KLOOSTERBOER, KLAAS printed matter

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, The Rules & The Game, 2022 [catalogue]

KLAAS KLOOSTERBOER, The Rules & The Game, 2022
29,7 x 21,3 cm
SC, 32 pp., digital printing, 3 sorts of paper, sewn
first run edition 50, sale-on-demand
published by Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, Netherlands, design Irma Boom
inv.KK 568-pr

This catalogue was published on behalf of Klaas Kloosterboer’s solo exhibition “The Rules & The Game” in Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo. This publication is apparently designed as an atmosphere experience added to the exhibition and not so much about reproductions of the works on display. This gives it the feel of an artist’s book, which is not the case.

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GUDMUNDSSON, SIGURDUR printed matter

SIGURDUR GUDMUNDSSON, poster Museum Het Domein, 2000

SIGURDUR GUDMUNDSSON, poster Museum Het Domein, 2000
41,8 x 59,4 cm
poster, offset
published by Het Domein, Sittard, Netherlands
mint
inv.SG 399-pr

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ARMLEDER, JOHN M printed matter

JOHN M ARMLEDER, ‘Nieuw werk’, 1988 [invitation card]

JOHN M ARMLEDER, invitation card ‘Nieuw werk’, 1988
21 x 14 cm
offset
mint
published by Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam