San Diego University, invitations, posters, 1988-1998 [printed matter]

San Diego University, invitations, posters, 1988-1998
various sizes
14 publications, mostly XL
condition: fine
published by San Diego State University Art Gallery, San Diego, USA
€ 250,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered EU mail
inv.SDie 746-pr

List of artists:
– Franz Erhard Walther, May 1990, 23,5 x 61 cm, 3x folded
– Mikolaj Smoczynski, 1991, 63,3 x 45,7 cm, 2x folded
– B. Wurtz, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Thomas Ruff, a.o. in Perspective on Place, 1990, 40,7 x 55,9 cm, 2x folded
– Barbara Ess, Duane Michals, Cindy Sherman, The Starn Twins, a.o. in Apparitions and Allusions, 1986, 61 x 45.7 cm, 3x folded
– Yishai Jusidman, 1996, 43,1 x 50,8 cm 2x folded
– David Bunch, Gavin Lee, Clegg & Guttmann, Catherine Opie, a.o. in Composite Persona, 1997, 17,7 x 60,8 cm, 4x folded
– Judith Hersko, 1998, 23,5 x 71,1 cm, 2x folded
– Francis Alÿs, Jamex & Einar de la Torre and Spring Hurlbut in Reconstructing Ritual, September 1997, 15,2 x 70 cm, 3x folded
– Elizabeth Newman, December 1995, 21,5 x 53 cm, 2x folded
– Paul Kos, May 1991,61 x 44,4 cm, 2x folded
– Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin, 1989, 43,2 x 54,4 cm, 2x folded
– Buzz Spector, 1994, 45,7 x 61 cm, 2x folded
– Andrea Zittel, A-Z for You. A-Z for Me, 1998, 16 x 69,8 cm, 4x folded + sleeve, orange sticker, 12 x 51,5 cm (3x folded)
– Noriyuki Haraguchi, April 1988, 60,8 x 44 cm, 2x folded

A collection of 12 posters and 2 brochures put in a home-made light weight box.

FRANCIS ALŸS, Lada Kopelka Project, 2014 [postcard]

FRANCIS ALŸS, Lada Kopelka Project, April 16 – 21, 2014
10,5 x 14,8 cm
postcard, with texts in Russian and English
edition unknown
published by Manifesta 10

The text on this card reads: ‘When we were young, my brother and I shared a 1981 Lada Riva. One day we decided to escape our bourgeois Belgian society and drive to Leningrad. But the car broke down and soon after our lives parted. 30 years later I invite my brother to drive from Belgium to St.Petersburg, now in a 1977 Lada Kopeika. Upon arrival we’ll crash the car into a tree in the courtyard of the Winter Palace, together with the illusions of our youth.

Without an ending there is no beginning.’


Francis Alÿs is well-known for a walk called The Green Line through Jerusalem, along the 1948 partition lines, through armed checkpoints, holding a leaking can of paint: Sometimes doing something poetic can become political and sometimes doing something political can become poetic.
inv.FAlÿs 471