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ALISON KNOWLES, Fortune, 1980 [fortune cookie]

ALISON KNOWLES, Fortune, 1980
ca 4 x 5 x 4 cm
fortune cookie, print and handwriting on paper, machine typed label
published by Armin Hundertmark, Cologne, Germany
inv.AKno 703

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BECKMANS, FREDIE BLUME, ANNA and BERNHARD JOHANNES films KAAGMAN, HUGO KNOWLES, ALISON multiples POPPE, INE printed matter prints SPOERRI, DANIEL WIERTZ, PAULINE WILMERING, LUUK ZWERVER, TON

Eat Your Art Out – Food in the Arts, 2010 [with Alison Knowles, Bernhard J. Blume, a.o.]

 

Eat Your Art Out – Food in the Arts, 2010
31,5 x 22,8 x 8,2 cm
cardboard box with stickers containing two black boxes with ceramic multiple, DVD, photos, prints:
Fredie Beckmans, Bernhard Johannes Blume (signed), Hugo Kaagman (signed), Alison Knowles (signed), Pauline Wiertz, Luuk Wilmering (signed), Ton Zwerver (signed)
hand numbered certificate with list of contributing artists
edition 50
published by Harry Ruhé / Jeannette Dekeukeleire, Amsterdam

 

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ALISON KNOWLES, Wild lentils, 2012

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ALISON KNOWLES, Wild lentils, 2012
7,3 x 12 cm
text on card, beans, plastic seal bag, (paperclip)
published by the artist

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ALISON KNOWLES, Untitled, 1986

ALISON KNOWLES, Untitled, 1986
ca. 9 x 6 x 1 cm / vitrine 12 x 11 x 11 cm
white bean embedded in papier maché
signed, numbered
edition 100
published by Edition Hundertmark, Düsseldorf, Germany

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ALISON KNOWLES, A Bean Concordance, 1983

ALISON KNOWLES, A Bean Concordance, 1983 New York, 1983
28 x 20 cm / 10 x 7.5 inches
108 pp. of which 90 pp. illustrated
published by Printed Editions, New York, 1983

A Bean Concordance gathers together a variety of material that relates to beans from social detritus across cultures. Clippings include pieces about Native American bean rituals, the Japanese tradition of Setsubun, in which end of winter is marked by throwing beans, and Italian proverbs using beans as well as more graphic findings from newspapers and packaging. In short many bean stories, pictures and ephemera collected and designed by Alison Knowles. Contributors include Alison Knowles, George Brecht, Robert Filliou, Simone Forti, Geoffrey Hendricks, Dick Higgins, Anne Tardos, Yasunao Tone, and many others. Estimate $50.00 August 2013

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ALISON KNOWLES, Gem Duck, 1977

ALISON KNOWLES
Gem Duck, 1977
SC, 8vo. 270 pp.
edition 1000, numbered, signed with dedication
published by Edizioni Pari & Dispari, Cavriago / Reggio Emilia, Italy

“Gem Duck is a heavy duck fabric cemented to insoles to support and strengthen the insole lip od shoes or boots.”

Association copy, inscribed by the artist to Fluxus traveller Jackson Mac Low: “For Jackson and trips ahead. Alison.” Artist’s book limited to 1000 numbered copies, with this copy unnumbered and out of series. Illustrated with reproductions of xeroxed collages and text on a shoe theme. Some faint discoloration to the wraps; near fine.