• 500,00 kr.

    “De følgende overvejelser angår kunstens gåde, den gåde, som selve kunsten er. Fordringen på at have løst gåden ligger fjern. Opgaven består i at se gåden. Undertiden har vi stadig følelsen af, at der allerede længe er blevet gjort vold på det tingslige ved tingene og at tænkningen er på spil i denne voldsomhed, hvorfor man afsværger tænkningen, i stedet for at bestræbe sig på at gøre tænkningen mere tænkningen”

  • 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…

  • 175,00 kr.

    Prince, Richard:. Richard Prince SAME MAN. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2022. 12 inch poster printed on both sides, designed as an LP cover that can be unfolded to 121 x W: 83.5 cm. Text in both Danish and English. Design by K GRAFIK Michael Jensen. As new 1st edition

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    Larry Clark: BERLIN 2012. Berlin C/O Berlin, 2012. Catalogue published in conjunction with the exhibition “Larry Clark” held at at C/O Berlin summer 2012. Takes the form of a doublevinyl album record sleeve (12 inch) with a thin catalogue tucked in the back and two large posters (47 x 23.5…

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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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    “Riffing on an installation by artist Alfredo Jaar, One Million Finnish Passports, in which a million blank passports were piled up to speak about illegal immigration and displacement, Weiner used the device of his friend and colleague, to turn one such passport into a booklet of musings and a metaphor of his own. Suomi Finland Passi Port Passport is the identity of the artist, his calling card, and his certificate of existence. Weiner’s work, his musings, his hopes, and desires, rolled into a plaintive song about waves, and water, love, and a floating sense of longing”

  • 200,00 kr.

    Shinkichi & Ferdi Tajiri (Ferdina Jansen): Shinkichi Tajiri: A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF EVENTS SINCE 1923 & FERDI 1927-1969 HORTISCULPTURE (complete set). Eindhoven, Van Abbe Museum, 1970. 2 x 8vo booklet / leporello (accordion book) 15×20,5cm in original plastic pocket. Fine copies First edition Ferdi – Ferdina Jansen – was born…

  • 750,00 kr.

    Shinkichi Tajiri was born as Shinkichi George Tajiri on 7 December 1923 in Los Angeles, died in Holland 2009. He was a versatile artist. Although he expressed himself in many disciplines, he made his contribution to Cobra as an experimental sculptor. In addition, he was a painter and also made photographs, films and computer drawings. With Tajiri, versatile also means internationally oriented: American because of his birthplace, Japanese because he was born to Japanese parents from an old aristocratic Samurai family, French because his artistic career started in Paris, and Dutch because he moved to the Netherlands in 1956.

  • 700,00 kr.

    London & New York: Thames and Hudson in association with Violette Editions, 2005. Small 8vo in original hardcover orange cloth with pink stamped title, no jacket as issued. 155 pp. Richly illustrated. Minimal wear to cover, overall a very good well preserved copy First English edition.

  • 2.000,00 kr.

    Paris: Actes Sud, 2007. Large heavy 4to in original pink silvery hardcover boards. 424 pp. Richly illustrated. English version. Fine copy First trade edition, this copy SIGNED IN HAND BY SOPHIE CALLE / INSCRIBED to half title: “Peter (Take Care of Yourself) / Amicalement / S Calle” The book consists…

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    Hoffmann, Jens / Berg, Stacen (eds.): Paul McCarthy’s Lowlife Slowlife: Tidebox Tidebook. Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2010. Large octavo, cardboard cover, in cardboard box, with b/w and colour photographs. 646 pages. Box with some wear and a closed tear (see photos) else book is in pristine condition and overall a…

  • 1.000,00 kr.

    “Thirty-two tritone images on heavy paper are housed in a nondescript, cardboard box. When you open the box you enter the world of early ’60s Polke. The fascinating photos, which are arguably the worst of the snapshot variety and are all black-and-white experimentalism, still carry the excitement and energy of the artist at a pivotal time in his career. There are four consecutive images of Mariette, some more overexposed than others, but with no notable variation. Polke was fascinated by the infinite possibilities in the making of the photograph, whether it was through chemical experimentation, creasing or otherwise unpacking and exposing the codes and structures of image making. These photos embody youth (Mariette and Sigmar nude with flowers on their bodies), a period of growing success for Polke (Mariette holding a huge handful of bills) and an unrestrained society.
    The photographs span five years of Polke’s career, and even in the constraints of a cardboard box Polke refuses to be categorized. His irreverent photography exudes spontaneity. Mariette Althaus’s essay reminisces on these photographs as an experimental period when convention was consciously spurned”