OLIVIER MOSSET, Untitled, 1998 [dollar sign]
70 x 70 cm
€ 1.500,- plus € 32,- Track & Trace registered mail
History of prices:
Place des Arts, Paris, France € 1.650,- August 2021
Artsnap.net GBP 1,200.- March 2020
Place des Arts, Paris, France € 1.875,- April 2020
ArtCurial, Paris, France € 520,- auction 19 September 2016, incl. premium
ArtCurial, Paris, France € 650,- auction 12 December 2016
OLIVIER MOSSET, Untitled (Rain Forest), 2019
94 x 68 cm
silkscreen print, on c-mat 150 grams paper
edition 25 + 5 AP
published by More Publishers, Brussels, Belgium
€ 650,- plus € 25,- Track & Trace EU registered mail
or contact More Publishers for availability and price
One day when George Maciunias heard about the circle paintings of Olivier Mosset he asked him to contribute to one of his Flux boxes. Based on the many circle paintings Mosset made Maciunias considered him a Fluxus artist, something that Olivier Mosset laughingly denied and refused to accept. Nevertheless George Maciunas produced a box with hand made red confetti: Flux Dots By Mosset Total Art Nice.
The screen print “Untitled (Rain Forest)” has also a Fluxy touch in the way the photo has been taken. Olivier Mosset took a snapshot of a small red monochrome painting that was hanging in his studio before being auctioned for a rain forest benefit. For the print this photo was rendered in a monochrome layer and silkscreen printed in the exact same red as the original painting, giving this work a conceptual touch.
History of prices:
More Publishers, Brussels, July 2021 € 400,-
Artsy.net, Berlin, Germany, 5 March 2020, US$ 1,900.- *)
More Publishers, Brussels, January 2019 € 150,- (year of issue)
*) Friends Seminary Benefit Auction 2020 for a 233-year old school, i.e. NYC’s oldest co-educational independent Quaker school
OLIVIER MOSSET, Untitled, 1991
ca 50 x 80 cm
signed, dated, numbered
€ 2.600,- plus € 15,- Track & Trace registered mail
Olivier Mosset is known for his circle paintings he made in the sixties. Basically he is interested in not only hard edge and monochrome paintings, but also in geometric signs like the letter A, dollar signs, crosses, squares, etc. Here he makes a small square balancing on one of its corners by using two arrows.
OLIVIER MOSSET, invitation cards of exhibitions 1972-2010
32 x 26 x 5 cm
ring binder with printed matter: 56 exhibition invites, plastic sleeves.
This collection of printed matter is almost a complete set of exhibition invitations from this period.
OLIVIER MOSSET, Untitled # 3, #4, #5 and #6, 1992
ca 60 x 60 cm (4 sq. feet) / 31 x 30.5 cm (1 sq. foot)
two pieces of acrylic paint on canvas, 4 labels; 6 parts
signed on 3 labels
numbered and dated in print
only sold as unique piece of work
In 1992 John M Armleder proposed several gallerists to show together multiples at the Basel Art Fair under the name Associated Publishers. Participating publishers were Daniel Buchholz, Cologne / Ecart, Geneva / Gallery John Gibson, New York / Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam / Daniel Newburg, New York and Caroline Nitsch Editions, New York. Gallery John Gibson showed a 10 meters long rolled up canvas originally rejected by Olivier Mosset and kept in his studio. For the Art Basel Editions 1992 he proposed to revive this painting by adding a pair of scissors to the red roll, including pre-signed labels for each sale. This was meant for buyers to cut out a piece of one square foot or more.
During the Art Basel art fair no visitor bought a piece of the edition and at the end of the art fair Kees van Gelder and John Gibson swapped an edition with each other. After the fair the roll of canvas and samples got lost and until today Olivier Mosset has never seen it again. This makes the set pictured above into an unique piece that originally was meant as a kind of DIY edition until the canvas was finished.
Since the roll of red painted canvas is lost for over a period of thirty years, let alone the signed labels, this work should be considered as more than unique. It is a set of three signed editions cut out from the vintage rol for the very first time on the Basel Art Fair. This is all that is left over and therefore this group of works ought to stay together in order to preserve a lucid idea of Olivier Mosset to give a twist to his originally disapproved very large painting.
Basel Art Fair 1992
OLIVIER MOSSET, Untitled, 1992
70 x 30 cm
screen print on sprayed synthetic base
edition 12, here nr 9/12
€ 6.200,- plus € 32,- courier costs
OLIVIER MOSSET & STEVEN PARRINO, “Studio photo”, n.d. 
20,1 x 25,3 cm
analogue photo print, unframed
numbered, signed by both artists
published by Galerie Pierre Huber, Geneva, Switzerland
In this picture the cars of Olivier Mosset and Steven Parrino are parked in front of their adjacent studios in Brooklyn. This picture was taken in 1990 and Mosset and Parrino called it their “Studio photo” ever since.
OLIVIER MOSSET, untitled, 1991
107 x 107 cm (100 x 100)
screen print on colored heavy paper, framed
verso: signed, numbered, dated
€ 1.000,- (unframed) plus € 32,- Track & Trace EU registered mail in cardboard tube
Sometimes a print reflects light more than the light it reflects…. This work of Olivier Mosset is one of these works that vibrates brilliantly, due to its colour combinations.
Mèle Chaud ou la Collection en poche, 1992
16,8 x 12,7 cm / 6.5 x 5 inches
unpaginated exhibition catalogue; pocket photo album with 18 color photographs
edition 50; here number 34/50,
very good condition, although tear in spine of plastic sleeve
produced by Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre, Paris, France
€ 1.200,- plus registered mail
Participating artists: Carl Andre, J.C. Lefevre, H. Scharnagl, Daniel Buren, S. Parrino, J.-P. Bertrand, L. L’Hermitte, On Kawara, R. Hains, E. Wurm, Olivier Mosset and H. Yongping.
OLIVIER MOSSET, Buick Riviera, 2014
3 x 12 x 4,7 cm
window chocolate box (11,5 x 17 x 5 cm)
chocolate, cardboard box, celluloid
published by Centre Culturel Suisse, Paris, France
€ 385,- plus € 12,- Track & Trace registred mail
inv.nr OM 322