LILY VAN DER STOKKER, How I Went to New York 1983 – 1992
22,2 x 17,2 cm
HC, 184 pp.
published by Les Presses du Réel, Dijon, France
The story in this biographical book start as follows:
‘The story I am going to tell is a story that Jack had said several times we should make a film of. In those days I was never interested in writing down everything, but here it is.
With a girlfriend I decided to travel to New York. It was meant to not be a short holiday. We thought it was the coolest place to go to. If we could survive in New York, that would be the ultimate challenge.
I told more than Jack intended me to tell, but I did it the way he said it: “Write it down, the Six Street Gallery story and all the things that happened with you, because it sounds like a movie.’
History of prices:
Okmhistoire, St Rémy-des-Monts, France, December 2022 US$ 130.-
Camden Art Centre, London, UK, June 2022 GBP 28.-
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, Blockbuster or Avantgarde?, 2018
14 x 14 cm
sticker, comes with Cut magazine issue #19
published by CUT magazine about art / Galerie van Gelder, Amsterdam
Originally this limited edition “Poor museum has no money” was made for Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam as a teaser for her solo exhibition.
foto: K. van Gelder. Amsterdam
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, Decent, tidy, 2014
37.2 x 48.4 x 17.2 cm
acrylic paint, wood, closet paper roll
series of 4 unique pieces
signed, dated with number 3
This edition is a series of unique pieces. The flowers have different colours from piece to piece.
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, Good – Viktor & Rolf handbag, 2003
15 x 25 x 8 cm
print on fabric, metal clips, handle handbag, Viktor & Rolf seal
very limited edition; only ca 6 produced for retail presentation
ask for details
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, Argument Wall painting (You know what you do? Why don’t you just go walk a bit), 1998
15,3 x 20,2 x 2 cm
colour photo, certificate of authenticity, colour slide, authorized in print with artist’s full name, plastic sleeve
framed between glass as issued
limited edition 4
published by the artist
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, (design wallpainting 7m high with flu yellow couch, in light blue, 2000), 2001
33,6 x 39,3 cm
verso: signed in print
published by Edition Griffelkunst, Hamburg, Germany
very good condition
This print comes from a set of 5 prints published by Griffelkunst. Verso with text: ‘Lily van der Stokker, Edition griffelkunst 2001, einmalige Auflage (design wallpainting 7m high with fluo yellow couch, in light blue, 2000)’
Hardly detectable stock aging at right back side:
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, Friends my closest ones (4-12 in total), 2016
44 x 44 cm
digital print, unframed
signed, dated, numbered
edition 3 + 1 AP (56 x 56 cm)
€ 950,- ask for details
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, This Belongs To Me, 2013
45 x 32,5 x 5 cm
4 parts + seal bag with utensils
two pencils, two brushes, two spatulas, three cups, rubber and sharpener, hand painted colour samples, manual, template, table of installation history to be filled in, artist’s impression of installation, cardboard box, hand signed, dated and numbered in print
edition 6 + 1 AP
published by the artist
€ 3.500,- plus 6% V.A.T.
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, Good – Viktor & Rolf cap, 2003
11 x 27 x 17 cm
fabric, print on cap, Viktor & Rolf seal, Viktor & Rolf label, original code tag
ca 6 produced for retail presentation
“Viktor & Rolf liked my work for years and asked me to design something sweet for men. In the end they came to my studio and took a design for a T-shirt from 1992 – an all-over flower pattern which had in it the word “good” with rays around it” said Lily van der Stokker in an interview with John Waters in 2010.
In 2003 Viktor & Rolf produced for preorders and image reasons a shirt, sweater, bumber jacket, trousers, hand bag, tie, cap with a design of Lily van der Stokker. After the introduction for retailers extremely small orders were taken and later on the line was never taken into production; hence very few items of these products can be found on the market.
Nowadays during a live streaming customers can click on any garment they want to order as soon as production is completed. Those orders (with payment) contain valuable ‘consumer feedback’ for fashion houses. Manufacturers know exactly how popular a particular garment may become. Moreover, a preorder with advance says much more than a “like” on Facebook, that not necessarily means a purchase intent.
LILY VAN DER STOKKER, Mother & father + kids, 2003
66 x 70 cm, size 46
print on T-shirt, Viktor&Rolf “Monsieur” label, V&R tag
for V&R collection summer 2003
V&R proto sample, unique piece