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BROUWN, STANLEY FRANÇOIS, MICHEL JANSSENS, ANN VERONICA KAWARA, ON PISTOLETTO, MICHELANGLO printed matter TUERLINCKX, JOELLE VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, “Openstelling”, 1997 [invitation + leporello]

JOËLLE TUERLINCKX, invite “Openstelling”, 1997
10 x 15 cm / 71,3 x 15 cm (leporello unfold)
offset, 2 parts
published by Provinciaals Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Hasselt, Belgium
inv.JTue 000-pr
 

“Openstelling” is an exhibition based on a concept of Joëlle Tuerlinckx who invited or integrated the following artists:
Orla Barry
Stanley Brouwn
James Coleman
Tacita Dean
Daniel Faust
Christoph Fink
Michel François
Thibaut Halbardier & Philippe van Van Cutsem
Douglas Huebler
Ann-Veronica Janssens
On Kawara
Suchan Kinoshita
David Lamelas
Guy Mees
Bernard Piffaretti
Michaelangelo Pistoletto
Joëlle Tuerlinckx
Marijke van Warmerdam
Richard Venlet

The leporello is folded as issued.

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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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FRANÇOIS, MICHEL GUDMUNDSSON, SIGURDUR JANSSENS, ANN VERONICA printed matter Space Nord 251

Space 251 Nord – Investigations 1985 [poster]

Space 251 Nord – Investigations 1985 [Place Saint Lambert, Liège, Belgium]
61 x 42 cm
poster, offset
good condition, very rare
€ 120,- plus € 28,-, registered mail
MapD-Space

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BROUWN, STANLEY FRANÇOIS, MICHEL JANSSENS, ANN VERONICA KAWARA, ON PISTOLETTO, MICHELANGLO printed matter TUERLINCKX, JOELLE VAN WARMERDAM, MARIJKE

JOELLE TUERLINCKX, Dacht en Nacht Open 24/24 – Open Museum, 1997 [poster]

JOELLE TUERLINCKX, Dacht en Nacht Open 24/24 – Open Museum, 1997 (also known as “Openstelling”)
91,5 x 62 cm
double-sided poster designed by Joëlle Tuerlinckx
published by Provinciaal Museum, Hasselt, Belgium

“Openstelling” is an exhibition based on a concept of Joëlle Tuerlinckx who invited or integrated the following artists:
Orla Barry
Stanley Brouwn
James Coleman
Tacita Dean
Daniel Faust
Christoph Fink
Michel François
Thibaut Halbardier & Philippe van Van Cutsem
Douglas Huebler
Ann-Veronica Janssens
On Kawara
Suchan Kinoshita
David Lamelas
Guy Mees
Bernard Piffaretti
Michaelangelo Pistoletto
Joëlle Tuerlinckx
Marijke van Warmerdam
Richard Venlet

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FRANÇOIS, MICHEL GUDMUNDSSON, SIGURDUR JANSSENS, ANN VERONICA printed matter Space Nord 251

Space 251 Nord – Investigations, 1985 [catalogue]

Space 251 Nord – Investigations, 1985 [Place Saint Lambert, Liège, Belgium]
40,4 x 28 cm
oversized catalogue, ca 50 black & white ill.,
good condition with slightly aged discoloring on cover and book block separated from spine due to aged Lümbeck binding
€ 110,- plus € 18,- Track & Trace registered EU mail

This catalogue is featuring 38 artists participating in Investigations at Space 251 Nord in Liège: Jacques Charlier, Leo Copers, Michel François, Anne Veronica Janssens, Bernd Lohaus, Luigi Ontani, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Guillaume Bijl, Klaus Jung, Michel Moffarts, Panamarenko, Dan Van Severen, a.o.
Also poster available.

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JANSSENS, ANN VERONICA photographs

ANN VERONICA JANSSENS, Fosfenen / Phosphènes, ca 1998

ANN VERONICA JANSSENS, Fosfenen / Phosphènes, ca 1998
11,7 x 17,6 cm
black and white photo
verso: sticker with instructions in Dutch and French
condition partly discolored due to aging of glue on sticker
edition unknown
published by the artist
€ 85,- plus € 12,- registered mail



 

 

This hand out is meant as an instruction for experiencing phosphenes created by putting pressure on one’s eye lids. As a result the eyeballs under pressure will show “colored and glittering geometric patterns on the retina”, as the label on the reverse tells.