CHRISTOPH BUECHEL, Invitation to exhibit, 2002
29,7 x 21 cm
high quality digital print of mail
After being invited to Manifesta 4, Christoph Büchel offered his participation rights to the highest bidder on eBay. The final bid was eventually $15,099.
On 20th of March 2002 I contacted Christoph Buechel to have a solo exhibition in my gallery in Amsterdam. He proposed to become the highest bidder of his eBay offer. Being the highest bidder Galerie van Gelder would have had a solo exhibition ‘by Christoph Buechel’ at Manifesta 4 in Frankfurt, as is stated in his mail. KvG
DAMIEN HIRST, Virtue, 2008
10 x 12 x 8,5 cm
mug, transfer print on ceramic
dated in glaze
published by Damien Hirst and Science Ltd, London, UK
€ 220,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered EU mail
History of price:
ArtSpace, New York, USA September 2023 € 321,-
JOHN M ARMLEDER, Beach Pouch Gra, 2022
ca 17 x 24 cm
linen pouch with zipper, plastic protection bag with Vilebrequin print, 4 tags
published by JPR Editions / produced by Vilebrequin, Geneva, Switzerland
For purchase see: John M Armleder Unisex linen Beach pouch Gra – Vilebrequin x John M Armleder
“After 15 years of dynamic editorial activities as a commercial publishing company, JRP|Ringier became JRP|Editions on January 1, 2019. Placed under the responsibility of FSEA / Fondation Suisse pour l’Édition d’Art, a nonprofit entity presided over by Swiss artist John M Armleder, this new imprint is committed to pursuing the distribution of titles published since 2004, as well as to publishing new books.”
Website JPR editions.
JOHN M ARMLEDER, Umbrella Splash, 2023
88 x 98 x 98 cm
print on umbrella, transparant plastic sleeve
published by We Do Not Work Alone, Paris, France
For purchase: John M Armleder Umbrella Splash
Right from the sixties and seventies John M Armleder has made use of found objects integrated in his art. From his Furniture Sculptures to cat beds bought at a supermarket and hung as estranged fur objects on the wall of a gallery. Lately, he pushed the boundaries by making designs for Wallpapers by Artists, Puma bags, Vilebrequin’s swimwear like shorts and bowling shirts. Here an umbrella for We Do Not Work Alone has been provided with a stylised splash design. KvG
PETER HALLEY, Paintings 1982 – 1991, 1992
21 x 14,8 cm
announcement card of lecture in SMA
published bu SMA / Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
€ 48,- plus € 8,- Track & Trace registered EU mail
gerlach en koop, Een sculptuur van zes meter lang, 2008
21 x 15,1 cm
SC, sewn, 48 pp., insert: colour photograph
text by Hans Theys, English / Dutch
published by gebr. genk, uitgevers, Den Haag
“A six metre long sculpture” is a hybride artist’s book, due to the addition of an essay by Hans Theys on the last 12 pages. For an artist’s book, that is a considerable part contributed by a third party.
The first part of the booklet starting on the couver depicts empty pages with a continuous red and blue scribbling at the bottom of each page. The total length is six meters, hence the sudden cut-off by means of a vertical line at the back of the booklet.
JONATHAN BOROFSKY, invites, 1982
each ca 10,5 x 15,5 cm
offset, 2 exhibition cards
published by Gemeentelijk van Reekummuseum, Apeldoorn / American Graffiti, Amsterdam. Added: 2 Dutch newspaper clippings 1982, stencil Museum fuer Gegenwartskunst, Basel, Switzerland, 1983, text Christian Geelhaar
€ 50,- plus € 8,- Track % Trace registered EU mail
MONIEK TOEBOSCH, 15 minuten solozang, invitation, 1977
29.7 x 21 cm
stenciled print, 2 handmade ink stamps
published by Other Books and So, Amsterdam
condition: good, although yellowed due to non-acid free paper quality Added: newspaper clipping Het Parool, 1 juni 1983
On the occasion of the new space at Herengracht 259, an exhibition with posters/flyers of Allen Kaprow and an exhibition of Tom Ockerse Editions took place simultaneously. Ulises Carrión was quite proud he got hold on a more than decent amount of printed matter related to Allen Kaprow.
DAVID HORVITZ, Untitled (la Grande Salinette), 2023
10,5 x 15,8 cm
postcard, sand, mat glue
signed, dated, numbered
published by More Publishers, Quenast, Belgium
For purchase contact www.morepublishers.be
Plage la Grande Salinette is a popular seaside resort with a view on the bay of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer in France. The owners of publishing house More Publishers invited David Horvitz to make a postcard for a next edition. He came up with the idea to glue beach sand of that resort on a card. Hence the above postcard “Untitled (la Grande Salinette)” that was produced on the spot.
The back of the card mentions ‘From a distance…” that refers to a series of postcards that the publishers Tim Ryckaert and Amélie Laplanche have started to issue in 2023. Every time when they stay in Saint-Briac-sur-Mer they may launch a new edition produced ad hoc. Hence the name of this series that alludes with the fact that a plan has to be made and carried out ‘From a distance…’ while the publishing house is located in Belgium.