conceptual art

  • 500,00 kr.

    Running Press, Philadelphia, 1999. Landscape 8vo in publishers original hardcover, complete with glossy grey and white dustjacket not priceclipped and protected. Unpaginated, Photographs with facing captions on verso. Fine clean copy First edition. Eleanor Antin’s 100 Boots was a conceptual series of postcards depicting black rubber boots displayed across the…

  • 350,00 kr.

    Fine, handsome introduction to the works and philosophies of Mel Bochner via interviews between him and, in order, John Coplans, Frederic Valabreque, Joan Simon and James Meyer. Mel Bochner (born 1940) is an American conceptual artist. “As Richard Kalina wrote in Art in America in 1996, Bochner was one of the earliest proponents, along with Joseph Kosuth and Bruce Nauman, of photo-documentation work in which the artist “created not so much a sculpture as a two-dimensional work about sculpture.” His 1966 show at the School of Visual Arts, “Working Drawings And Other Visible Things On Paper Not Necessarily Meant To Be Viewed As Art”, is regarded as a seminal show in the conceptual art movement. Bochner photocopied his friends’ working drawings, including a $3,051.16 fabricator’s bill from Donald Judd. He collected the copies in four black binders and displayed them on four pedestals. Bochner began making paintings in the late 1970s, and his paintings range from extremely colorful works containing words to works more clearly connected to the conceptual art he pioneered

  • 450,00 kr.

    Stig Brøgger & Hein Heinsen sammen med Mogens Møller: Skalakunst Værløse (Scale Art Varlose). Copenhagen: Det Kgl. danske Kunstakademie, 1983 (1980). 4o. Stapled. 84 pp. Illustrated with reproductions of b/w photos. Clean copy. Text in both Danish. Fine copy Første genoptryk af originalen (der blev lavet i kun 3 fotokopierede…