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  • 300,00 DKK

    Jose Antonio Agundez Garcia: 10 Happenings von Wolf Vostell, übersetzt aus dem Spanischen von Helmtrud Rumpf. Verein der Freunde des Museo Vostell Malpartida / Editorial Regional de Extremadura, 2001. 8vo hardcover, no jacket as issued. 376 pages, German text, richly illustrated. Excellent copy. First edition thus.

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    Copenhagen, 1999. Square 4to. Original wraps. 221 pp. Profusedly illustrated throughout. Text in both Danish and English. Excellent, clean copy. Comprehensive survey of the complete work’s of Mertz.

  • 500,00 DKK

    Dusseldorf: Staedtische Kunsthalle, 1972. 4to in original wraps as issued (29,0 x 24,0 cm). 76 pages, richly illustrated and complete with the loosely inserted (as issued) silkscreen (28×23 cm) with Shades of Black silk screen print (serigraph) by Reinhardt after the original printed. Previous owners name to inner cover and…

  • 300,00 DKK

    The First Printing of “Quatre fables d’Esope pour Valerio Adami” by Italo Calvino and complete with 2 fime large original colour lithographs

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    “Agnes Martins celebrated grid paintings are widely acknowledged as a touchstone of postwar American art and have influenced many contemporary artists. The artists formative years, however, have been largely overlooked. In this revelatory study of the early artistic production, Christina Bryan Rosenberger demonstrates that the rapidly evolving creative processes and pictorial solutions Martin developed between 1940 and 1967 define all her subsequent art. Beginning with Martins initiation into artistic language at the University of New Mexico and concluding with the reception of her grid paintings in New York in the early 1960s, Rosenberger offers vivid descriptions of the networks of art, artists, and information that moved between New Mexico and the creative centers of New York and California in the postwar period. She also documents Martins exchanges with artists including Ellsworth Kelly, Barnett Newman, Georgia OKeeffe, Ad Reinhardt, and Mark Rothko, among others. Rosenberger uses original analysis of MartinÕs art, as well as a rich array of archival materials, to situate Martins art within the context of a dynamic historical moment. With a lively, innovative approach informed by art history and conservation, this fluidly written book makes a substantial contribution to the history of postwar American art.”

  • 950,00 DKK

    “The only complete career retrospective of this visionary painter, including all her most iconic works, which are prized for their exquisite visual poetry, together with personal letters and facsimiles, reprinted in Martin’s own hand, adding intimacy to this classic bookAgnes Martin’s career spanned over seven decades, with a profile that has skyrocketed since the 2015-17 major exhibition at Tate Modern, London that travelled globally to great acclaim. Though a major influence on Minimalist painters, Martin saw her own work more closely related to Abstract Expressionism, her paintings being ‘meditations on innocence, beauty, happiness and love.’ This much-anticipated reissue of Martin’s exhibition manager and close friend Arne Glimcher’s highly-acclaimed book presents 130 of her paintings and drawings alongside her previously unpublished writings and lecture notes. Glimcher’s illuminating introduction, his personal memories of visits to Martin at her studio, and their correspondence throughout her career, reveal many insights into the artist’s life and work.”

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    “Agnes Martins celebrated grid paintings are widely acknowledged as a touchstone of postwar American art and have influenced many contemporary artists. The artists formative years, however, have been largely overlooked. In this revelatory study of the early artistic production, Christina Bryan Rosenberger demonstrates that the rapidly evolving creative processes and pictorial solutions Martin developed between 1940 and 1967 define all her subsequent art. Beginning with Martins initiation into artistic language at the University of New Mexico and concluding with the reception of her grid paintings in New York in the early 1960s, Rosenberger offers vivid descriptions of the networks of art, artists, and information that moved between New Mexico and the creative centers of New York and California in the postwar period. She also documents Martins exchanges with artists including Ellsworth Kelly, Barnett Newman, Georgia OKeeffe, Ad Reinhardt, and Mark Rothko, among others. Rosenberger uses original analysis of MartinÕs art, as well as a rich array of archival materials, to situate Martins art within the context of a dynamic historical moment. With a lively, innovative approach informed by art history and conservation, this fluidly written book makes a substantial contribution to the history of postwar American art.”

  • 500,00 DKK

    Akademia Ruchu: an experimental theatre company founded in 1973 in Warsaw. Akademia Ruchu (Academy of Movement) combine the genres of visual arts, theatre, and film in their performances

  • 245,00 DKK

    David Zwirner, 2017. Tall 4to hardcover without dustjacket as issued, 96 pages. Richly color illustrated. Fine clean and crisp copy First edition “Published on the occasion of the exhibition: Al Taylor, Early Paintings, held at David Zwirner, 537 West 20th Street, New York, February 24-April 15, 2017. New scholarship by…

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    Gent, 1988. 8vo in wraps. (40) pages, printed in red and blue – flip the pages and watch the movie. First trade edition

  • 100,00 DKK

    “Giv agt: Mertz”. Lommebog, nr. 38. Med et essay af Jan Würtz Frandsen. Statens Museum for Kunst, 1987. 12mo. 16 pp. Illustreret med tegninger af Mertz udført til denne udgivelse.  Pænt eksemplar. Første oplag

  • 175,00 DKK

    Albert Mertz (dinamarca XXI Bienal Internacional Sao Paolo 1991) – Sophienholm Holstebro Kunstmuseum. Sophienholm & Holstebro Kunstmuseum, 1991 to 1992. Square 8vo. Original wrappers. 60 pp. Illustrated in color with text in both English and Danish. Fine With texts by Lawrence Weiner, Lone Mertz, Marina Abramovic et al.