• 100,00 kr.

    NY: Bantam 1973. 83 pp. Paperback. Inscription to inner cover, dated 1970

  • 100,00 kr.

    New York, Signet Books, 1956. 128 pages. Paperback. Neat name to innercover else clean. Some wear to exterior First Printing, July, 1956

  • 70,00 kr.

    London: Four Square Paperback, 1959. 143 pp. Illustrated edition. Somewhat worn

  • 199,00 kr.

    De Fabriek ‎– Blecheintopf (Music for Modern Art Exhibitions, Volume II). New copy. This copy with Goodiepal insert Label: Futura Resistenza ‎– RESLP013 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered Tracklist Position Title/Credits Duration A1 Kleeblat Arranged By, Producer, Performer – Wolff P. Rillings Arranged By, Producer, Performer, Written…

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    Lawrence Weiner ‎– 7. Yvon Lambert Paris 1972. Near mint copy, looks unplayed Artist edition published by Yvon Lambert Gallery, Paris, 1972. In cover designed by the artist. On Side A Weiner reads texts accompanied by the flute of Pierre-Yves Artaud. The same text is read in French on Side…

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    Strunge, Michael. – Camilla Høiby. – Thomsen, Søren Ulrik. – SODS. – m.fl.:. Sidegaden Nr. 1, 1981. Forlaget Fremad, 1981. Stort format. 32 pp. Illustreret. Lidt slidt Ultimativt firsermagasin med originalbidrag af bl.a. Strunge og S.U.T. samt tekster om SODS og The Au Pairs og Scatterbrain og meget mer

  • 100,00 kr.

    Michael Strunge. – Merete Torp. – Søren Ulrik Thomsen. – Henrik S. Holck. – Knud Odde m.fl.: . Platform. Tekster og billeder fra ’80. Samlerens Bogklub / Gyldendal, 1981. 112 pp. Hft. Tekster af bl. a. Michael Strunge, Merete Torp, Søren Ulrik Thomsen og Henrik S. Holck. Illustreret af bl.a.…

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    299,00 kr.

    “I’d like to sing for you some of these sentences that Sol LeWitt has written on conceptual art. I feel this is a tribute to him. I think that these sentences have been hidden too long in the pages of exhibition catalogs, and that perhaps by me singing them for you, it will bring these sentences to a much larger public. I’ll use the same ordering and numbering, that he has. I’ll try to pause between each statement, for clarity. And maybe then occassionally I will have to sing one sentence over more than once, and that I might not get the phrasing correct” (John Baldessari)

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    Carl Aigner, Heinz Cibulka, Wolfgang Denk, Wieland Schmied and Romana Schuler (ed.): Museum Hermann Nitsch. ENGLISH VERSION Hatje Cantz, 2007. Large very heavy hardcover with jacket. 257, (9) pages, richly illustrated. Small tears to jacket edge, else a clean unread and fine copy First edition. Published in conjunction with the…

  • 220,00 kr.

    In early 1974 Joseph Beuys, Klaus Staeck and Gerhard Steidl sat in a Boeing 747 from New York to Düsseldorf, returning home after Beuys’ American tour. The trip had been a controversial success, and its every stage carefully documented by Staeck and Steidl in videos, photographs and audio their trusty Sony TC-50 cassette recorder was always at Beuys’ side during his lectures, conferences and workshops. To relieve the boredom of the flight, the three listened to some of the recordings and Beuys surprisedly noticed just how much he laughed: why not edit this laughter into a single, surreal track?  Steidl subsequently gave the original tapes to the young sound engineer Siegfried Schäfer, who set to work reducing bass and background noise, and created a final edit of 20 minutes.

    Steidl played this master to a delighted Beuys, who decided to issue it as an audiotape edition, in the mold of his 1969 recording Joseph Beuys – Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee. Yet the master tape of Beuys Laughing was then sadly lost for a period of 46 years, only to resurface in 2020. Now, re-mastered and digitized by Schäfer and Pauler Acoustics, it is finally available to the public, in a limited-edition vinyl EP.

  • 399,00 kr.

    Fluxus Scores and Instructions. Detroit: The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection & Roskilde Museum of Contemporary Art, 2008. Edited by Marianne Bech & Media Farzin with Jon Hendricks. Tall 4to in publishers stiff wraps as issued. 230 pages. Richly illustrated, partly in color. Text in English. New copy. First edition.…

  • 2.000,00 kr.

    London: The Theosophical Publishing Society, 1925 (1905). Large 8vo in original green decorated cloth with gilt title. 84 pages. Complete copy with all 58 illustrations, and including original frontispiece “Key to The Meanings of Colours” AND with an extremely scarce original dustjacket – protected in professional, removable see-through mylar jacket.…