RAÚL MARROQUIN, invitation card “Original Books”, 1976
9,7 x 14,8 cm
red ink stamp, postal stamp dated: “24-III-1976”
published by Other Books and So, Amsterdam / Ulises Carrión
€ 160,- plus € 15,- Track & Trace registered mail
TIME BASED ARTS, Videotape Performance Installation, catalogue, 1984
21,5 x 15,6 x 3,8 cm
122 loose cards, card holder
incl. list of 59 artists on “Index” card and list of 82 artists on “Contents” card
condition: very good, although the cover has very slight traces of use and stack of cards is pristine, apart from tiny dog’s ear on price list (top card)
€ 750,- plus € 20,- Track & Trace registered mail
This catalogue contains loose cards with an “Index” card on the top part of the stack showing a list of 59 artists, although a “Contents” card at the bottom of the stack shows a extended and final list of 82 participating artists.
The names in bold are only featured on the “Index” card and don’t appear on the more elaborated list of “Contents” at the end of the stack or on an individual card.
MARCELLE VAN BEMMEL
KLAUS VOM BRUCH
SWITHAN I DULAYE
ELLEN M. JANSSEN
JAAP DE JONGE
HARRIE DE KROON
UWE F. LAYSIEPEN
HEIKE MELBA FENDEL
ROBERT J. NOTTROT
HENNIE VAN OOSTEN
HENNY VAN OOSTEN
FABIENNE DE QUASA RIERA
ALBERT VAN WESTING
RAÚL MARROQUIN, Changing Personalities, 1974
13,5 x 10,5 cm
artist’s book, in print dedicated to Ulises Carrión, 28 pp.
published by Mad Enterprizes Inc., Maastricht, Netherlands
condition: slightly discoloured
€ 50,- plus € 10,- registered mail Track & Trace
RAÚL MARROQUIN, persbericht, 1987
29,7 x 21 cm
2 photo copies, stapled
published by Vereniging Mazzo, Rozengracht 114, Amsterdam
This press release in Dutch is connected to a separately sent invitation card “Dossier Castillo & Discovery” announcing two video tapes by R. Marroquin screened from 10 pm on Saturday 12 December 1987.
RAÚL MARROQUIN, The Lone Ranger – invite / entrance ticket Mazzo, 1985
14,7 x 21 cm
photo copy print
published by Vereniging Mazzo, Amsterdam
This invitation card was also an entrance ticket.
RAÚL MARROQUIN, Mad-Enterprises Inc., performance at the Appel, 1976
29,7 x 21 cm,
script, offset, verso with green stamp in print, folded as mailed
published by De Appel, Amsterdam
condition: three pinholes light foxing at top part
RAÚL MARROQUIN, Dossier Castillo & Discovery – Two video Tapes by R. Marroquin, 1987
15,2 x 10,7 cm
invitation card, original photo copy print
Invitation card for screening at Mazzo, Rozengracht 114, Amsterdam starting from 10 pm, Saturday 12 December.
RAÚL MARROQUIN, The Link, invitation / entrance ticket, 1982
21 x 14,9 cm
condition; used, three foldings, slightly yellowed
This card was used both as invitation and entrance ticket for a launch of two publications related to “The Link”, a live cable satellite melodrama with actors in Amsterdam and New York.
RAÚL MARROQUIN, announcement, n.d.
21 x 14.8 cm, folded: A5
published by Vereniging van Video-, Film- en Geluidskunstenaars, Amsterdam
This announcement was a mailed invitation for three openings of the following artists:
VIDEO – Raúl Marroquin, ‘My little farm’ (twee installaties), 3 – 7 November
FILM – Adriaan Nette, ‘Verblijfruimten nr. 14- & 15 gl, 2 en 3’, 10 – 14 November
GELUID – Mariano Maturana, ‘Bifurcaciones’, ‘500 jaar na Columbus’ and ‘Sysiphus’ (drie installaties), 17 – 21 November.
RAÚL MARROQUIN, Fandangos – extra, 1980
21 x 14,3 cm
stencil print, stapled, 12 pp. incl. cover
published by Fandangos magazine, Maastricht, Netherlands
This extra issue of Fandangos is ‘on the World’s First T.V. Convention’.
‘Why a World’s T.V. Convention? This has been the most asked question of the week in business and diplomatic circles, especially after the convention’s unexpected developments during the past two days.
Neither ex-president Nixon, nor any of the Mad Enterprises Inc., Videoheads or Fanfangos officials expected these results from what was originally conceived as a profit making projectas well as attracting tourists to Amsterdam and giving Mr. Nixon front page exposure.’ p.6
The first appearance of the rock and roll band ‘The Sets’ on the strike day at the convention, was their most successful gig in their two-and-a-half years of working together. The group is made up of four P.V.M. 200’s and is between punk and new wave. Their record released on the strike day reached the sales record of one million dollars in less than 24 hours. ‘The Sets’ presence was kept secret until the last moment, although they had been heard rehearsing on the third day of the convention during a coffee break. No explanation was offered. The group will be touring in Europe for the next 3 months and are expected to release their new L.P. in a few weeks.
While discussions, arguments, demonstrations, suicide and a kidnapping took place at the convention, a group that began smaal but eventually grew into one of the strongest groups of the event, was the one led by ‘thelight from India’, as 3820 was called by his disciples from the very first day. p.8