Albert Mertz Dinamarca XXI Bienal Internacional Sao Paolo 1991 – Sophienholm Holstebro Kunstmuseum. Square 8vo. Original wrappers. 60 pp. Illustrated in color with text in both English and Danish. With texts by Lawrence Weiner, Lone Mertz, Marina Abramovic a.o. Spine sunned.
“Albert was a Danish artist who lived from 1920 until 1990 and spent the last twenty-two years of his life working with what he called The Red-Blue Proposition. Every day he painted things red and blue. Paper, cardboard, canvases, and the chair he sat on, the wrapping of cigarette packages he smoked, the envelopes of letters he received”.