MICHAEL CARDENA, invitation card Mazzo, Amsterdam, 1981
17,4 x 10,8 cm
date postal stamp: ’24-6-81′ (verso)
added: SMA newsletter in Dutch, 1984 + a newspaper clipping
€ 95,- plus € 10,- Track & Trace EU registered mail
This card reads: “A tough evening Cardena” dedicated to Paulina Lagrande and other art critics from Purmerend and surroundings. Live-performance Michael Cardena
This item comes with a SMA newsletter and a newspaper clipping De Volkskrant d.d.22 mei 1981
THE ARCHIVES-Art Information Centre Peter van Beveren, 1981
30,4 x 21,7 cm
artists book, HC, 30 pp., stamp numbered
edition 500, here nr 95/100 signed by all contributors; some stamp signed,
here also signed – only first 100 copies – by Peter van Beveren inlay with list of artists
condition: more than splendid, hardly discoloured pages, although with a yellowed loose inlay with index,
like in all cases several metal parts by Klaas Gubbels have a finger print patina appearing due to aging
€ 885,- plus € 20,- Track & Trace registered mail
Peter van Beveren (born in 1952) started in the early 1970’s as conceptual artist, developed his passion for collecting by sending and also acquiring mail art. He initiated and managed The Archives / Art Information Centre and considered this part of his art practice. Later on in the mid eighties he became gallery owner of Galerie Van Beveren in Rotterdam. In 1981 for the Provincial Museum in Hasselt (Belgium) Peter van Beveren assembled contributions of the following artists: Robert Jacks, Woody van Amen, Carl Andre, Joseph Beuys, Marinus Boezem, Christian Boltanski, Daniel Buren, Michel Cardena, Christo, Robin Crozier, Geurt van Dijk, Pieter Engels, Hans Eijkelboom, Ken Friedman, Ad Gerritsen, Klaas Gubbels, Wim Gijzen, Richard Hamilton, Dick Higgins, Tommy Mew, Maurizio Nannucci, Richard Nonas, Arnulf Rainer, Dieter Roth, Yves De Sme, Al Souza, Endre Tot, Timm Ulrichs, Ben Vautier and Wolf Vostell.
This iconic book contains an exuberant amount of various materials and techniques. The first hundred copies are signed by Peter van Beveren.
History of prices:
John Benjamins Antiquariat, Amsterdam December 2022 € 1.500,-
William Allen Words & Image, London, UK November 2022 US$ 913.-
Venduehuis, The Hague, Netherlands 14 April 2022 € 325,- (hammer price)
William Allen Words & Image, London, UK February 2022 US$ 1,045.-
Prentwerk, Groningen, Netherlands February 2022 € 550,-
William Allen Words & Images, London, UK January 2021 € 869,-
FANDANGOS – nrs. 220.127.116.11 superb issue!, 1978
30 x 21 cm
stickers, ink stamps signed by Raúl Marroquin as Superbman
published by Raúl Marroquin, Maastricht, Netherlands
excellent condition, very slightly aged
€ 280,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered mail
This 4-in-1 Fandangos magazine has been the last issue of a series of 11 publications.
Numerous contributions by Raúl Marroquin including ‘From Video to T.V where he writes that ‘It is about time that Video Art becomes Television Art’ and Marroquin’s Vampires project, Paul Carter, Julia Hayward, Jana Haimsohn, Darcy Lange, Antonio Caro, Baladi, Angelika Schmid, Jonier Marin, Montadas, C. Garcia, Tobe Carey, Klaus Staek (2 pages), Jan Patric, David Zacki, J. Charlin, Eduard Bal, Sanja Ivekovic, Michel Cardena’s Live Video Performance (7 pages, includes Cardena rubberstamp), Tony Morgan’s live video performance at de appel, Marjo Schumans, Ben D’Armagnac, Elsa Stansfield, Madieon Hooykaas, Jantje Tetelepta, I. Akel, Joshua Jansen, Relly Carlo, Nan Hoover photographs from video by Koos Bay, Tony Pegotti (5 pages), Michael Krzyzanowski (2 pages), Ger van Dijk, John Liggins, Bob Takes/Michiel Romeyn, ‘Languages my friends speak’ by Ulises Carrion, Jorgos Chronis, Michael Gibbs, Marten Hendriks/ Ad Gerritsen, Marianne Heske, Kirsten Bates and Taki Bluesinger ‘Plumbing Repairs simplified’ (4 pages), Jenna Van Eegan, Richard Hefti, Yves de Smet, Nikolaus Urban, Jan Hendrix (3 pages), Reindeer Werk, Martha Hawley, Charlemagne Palestine, Peter Hutchinson, Phillip Pearlman, Anne Tardos, Roger Cutforth, Willoughby Sharp’s collage narratives ‘The Nation, the Region, Ideas and trends.’ (10 pages), R Heyman, Douglas Davis, Jean Depuy, Scott Burton, Larry Miller, Jacki Apple, Laurie Anderson, Jeffrey Deitch, Dalibor Martinis, Marcia Resnick, Anna Banana (3 pages), Rita Yokoi. The photographs by Geurt Van Dijk, A.Rainer and Dieter Rot, Luigi Ontani, Boltanski, Ad Gerritsen, A.Messager, Jurgen Klauke, B.Sleeuwenhoek all include the artists’ names in rubber stamps next to the images. Also ink stamps of various emblemata.
Includes articles on “Superbman”, the ‘nation’s number one citizen’, a character created by Raul Marroquin who, the article describes, was appointed as “Friendship Ambassador to Europe”. The article is uniquely handsigned by Raul Marroquin as Superbman: “With love Fandangos – Superbman” in red marker pen. Includes another article on Superbman’s nemesis a sado-masochistic underworld-type character called ‘Nikos Nukos the Worst’.
Other articles include “A lecture on video in museum” by Drs I.L Szenassy (5 pages in Dutch) and ‘Visual poetry as a form of marginal art’ by Peter Frank. Interviews with Ulises Carrion (in English) Maarten van Regteren Altena (in English), Robert Filliou (in Spanish), ‘Yogo’ the false-name of a Dutch drug trafficker (in English), Costa Gravas (in French), Art Taylor (in English), and Mohammed Ali (In English). Articles and texts vary between in English, Dutch, Spanish and French.
The first Montevideo catalogue, 1982
17,4 x 25,4 x 3,8 cm
screen print on black cassette with colophon on label, 40 archive cards with tab
text by Tineke Reijnders
Participating artists a.o.: Michael Cardena, Ulises Carrión, René Coelho, Dedo (Harry Heyink), Nan Hoover, Livinus, Sluik/Kurpershoek. At that time all living and working in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.