UGO RONDINONE, 2000-2005
26 x 20 cm
hand signed, numbered
sticker at the back of the print is mounted upside down
edition 4500, here number 2522
published by Contemporary, London, UK
Contemporary was a monthly art magazine based in London, founded and edited as The Green Book by Keith Spencer as a quarterly publication. It re-emerged twice, the first time under the title Contemporary Art in 1993 and the second time again as Contemporary in 2002, but not limited anymore to visual arts. Once subscribed to the magazine each issue came with a print, with ink stamped signature and sometimes hand signed on sticker.