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artist's books DUMAS, MARLENE

MARLENE DUMAS, Strips – No interviews please, 1987

MARLENE DUMAS, Strips – No interviews please, 1987
31 x 23 cm
artist’s book, offset, spiral binding, 40 pp.
limited and small edition
published by Stichting één op één, Amsterdam
condition: good, although slight foxing at top part of cover
€ 720,- plus € 18,- registered mail
inv.MDum 861

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DUMAS, MARLENE multiples

MARLENE DUMAS, Collective Guilt, 1988 [porcelain cup and saucer, …]

MARLENE DUMAS, Collective Guilt, 1988
diameter dinner plate: 26,5 cm
screen print on porcelain cup, saucer, breakfast and dinner plate
edition 250 + 5 AP (numbered from I-V) + 10 HC (numbered from VI-XV)
signed underneath in print, also hand signed and numbered on certificate
published by Kamer van Koophandel / Museum Fodor, Amsterdam
pristine
€ 1.450,-

 

 

This item is part of the collection of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands

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DUMAS, MARLENE multiples

MARLENE DUMAS, ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’, 2015 [scarf]

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MARLENE DUMAS, ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’, 2015
101 x 101 cm
Habotai silk scarf, original box, card
edition unknown
published by Tate Modern, London, England
mint
very rare

 
MARLENE DUMAS, For Whom the Bell Tolls, 2008. In this painting – here in print – Marlene Dumas shows interest in emotional expressions that are often represented in cinema, and rarely in contemporary painting. For this she applied a variety of watery drip painting techniques and used a film still (from ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’, 1943) of Ingrid Bergman experiencing sorrow and mourning. Two seemingly emblematic black bird images in the eyes add an extra eery and dramatic touch to it all.

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This item is wrapped in a linen box with a loose piece of paper with instructions for how to clean.


Marlene Dumas’s painting For Whom te Bell Tolls, 2008

 
Ref. Sold out at publisher Tate Modern in London since May 2017

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DUMAS, MARLENE prints

MARLENE DUMAS, Frau und Hund, 2010 [print]

MARLENE DUMAS, Frau ind Hund, 2010
51 x 72 cm
piezografie
signed, dated, numbered
edition 40 + 10 AP
published by Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany

out of stock

 

Marlene Dumas uses often aqueous techniques with paint on paper to express intangable notions like Love, Birth, Suffering and Death. In ‘Frau und Hund’ the notion loyalty seems to be the main theme, since this reproduced aquarelle in print alludes with a story about Hitler who after his defeat of Stalingrad would have said that only two friends still stayed with him: Eva Braun and his dog Blondi.

History of prices:
Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany € 4.000,- September 2013

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DUMAS, MARLENE printed matter prints

MARLENE DUMAS, In God we trust (paying the ferry man), 2008 [print]

MARLENE DUMAS, In God we trust (paying the ferry man), 2008
84 x 59,5 cm
offset on thin paper
edition of 38, unsigned
part of a set of 11 posters in original portfolio of various artists: Mark Manders, Marc Nagtzaam, Kees Goudzwaard, Wouter van Riessen, a.o.
extremely rare
€ 1.250,- plus registered mail

A series of posters – In God we trust is part of this – was printed in the same print run of eleven A4 invitations for an artists run space called Artis in Den Bosch during 2008 and 2009. A limited amount of these eleven print runs was saved uncut. Only 38 out of 50 clean sets could be saved for distribution, hence a limited edition was created.

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DUMAS, MARLENE prints VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

MARLENE DUMAS / MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM, Lucy / Lucia, 2005


Photo: K. van Gelder, Amsterdam

MARLENE DUMAS
Lucy, 2005
lithograph,
edition 25
signed, dated + catalogue signed by both artists
+
MARIJKE VAN WARMERDAM
Luciaaaa!, 2005
lithograph, gold leaf
edition 25
signed, dated + catalogue signed by both artists
published by Walther Koenig Buchhandlung, Cologne, Germany
rare, pristine
sold

 

Photo: K. van Gelder, Amsterdam

linen covered cardboard triptych box
edition number 1/25

Caravaggio’s painting Sepulture of Santa Lucia, which hangs in the Regional Museum of Palazzo Bellomo in Syracuse, prompted Marlene Dumas and Marijke van Warmerdam to make works on the legend of martyr Santa Lucia. Both ‘Lucia’ of Dumas and ‘Luciaaaa!’ of Van Warmerdam is a reproduction in high quality print of one of the works they made for their duo exhibition ‘Con vista al celestiale’ in Syracuse.
Marijke van Warmerdam thought that Lucia’s calling to God and God’s calling to Lucia could best be expressed with the aid of a Jacob’s ladder. She says: ‘A Jacob’s ladder descends from heaven and God calls: “Luciaaaa!” I placed her name in gold letters upside-down on the print, actually as seen through the eyes of God.’

Photo: K. van Gelder, Amsterdam

History of prices:
Sotheby’s, Amsterdam € 5.040,- / $ 6,795.- (incl. premium) 23 May 2007
Phillips, New York $ 3,750.-  1 December 2007

inv.TKJ-Margin

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DUMAS, MARLENE films

MARLENE DUMAS, My Daughter, 2003

MARLENE DUMAS, My Daughter, 2003
DVD, original film, music by Ryuitchi Sakamoto
limited edition 800
menu for both loop and single play
rare
€ 230,- plus € 8,- for mailing in Europe





 

‘My Daughter’ is the very first film made by Marlene Dumas. Well-known for her paintings and drawings about ‘Helena’ the artist has made a touching vanitas art piece about her daughter innocently sleeping while the eye of the camera moves around in the sleeping room passing a skull on a table as a momento mori suggesting an unknown future. The dramatic slurring music of Ryuitchi Sakamoto gives the work an important second layer to the apparently motherly worries. KvG

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DUMAS, MARLENE multiples SCHOUTEN, MARIEN WEINER, LAWRENCE

MARIEN SCHOUTEN, untitled 1986 -1990 [dinner-service Fodor Museum]

MARIEN SCHOUTEN, untitled 1986 -1990
diameter dinner plate: 26,5 cm, hand painted on porcelain cup, saucer, breakfast and dinner plate
edition 250 + 10 AP + 5 HC
signed in print underneath dinner plate, hand signed on certificate
published by Kamer van Koophandel / Museum Fodor, Amsterdam
€ 360,-

 

 

Dinner-service, 1986-1990
Erik Andriesse, Rob Birza, Marlene Dumas, Kees de Goede, Rob van Koningsbruggen, Marien Schouten, Han Schuil, Jan Sierhuis, Peter Struycken, Toon Verhoef, Co Westerik and Lawrence Weiner.
size dinner plates: 26,5 cm diameter
set of 12 transfer printed and glazed ceramics
all dinner plates signed underneath, each ceramic set comes with signed and numbered certificate
edition of 250 + 15 AP
published by Fodor Museum, Amsterdam and produced by Royal Mosa, Maastricht, Netherlands
complete set € 2.200,- + FedEx courier costs