ANDRE, CARL / BARRY, ROBERT / BUREN, DANIEL / DIBBETS, JAN / HUEBLER, DOUGLAS / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / LEWITT, SOL / LONG, RICHARD / N.E. THING COMPANY LTD. (BAXTER, IAIN & INGRID) / SMITHSON, ROBERT / WEINER, LAWRENCE July, August, September 1969 / Juillet, Aout, Septembre 1969 / Juli, August, September 1969. CARL ANDRE, ROBERT BARRY, DANIEL BUREN, JAN DIBBETS, DOUGLAS HUEBLER, JOSEPH KOSUTH, SOL LEWITT, RICHARD LONG, N.E. THING CO. LTD., ROBERT SMITHSON, LAWRENCE WEINER. Seth Siegelaub, New York, NY. July 1, 1969.
Exhibition catalog. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Catalog serves as a guide to works created and presented in eleven different locations around the world. Text in English, French, and German. Artists included: Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Daniel Buren, Jan Dibbets, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Sol Lewitt, Richard Long, N.E. Thing Company Ltd. (Baxter, Iain & Ingrid), Robert Smithson and Lawrence Weiner. Very good condition. Light rubbing along spine. 11 x 8.25". 26 pages. Reference: pp. 143 - 144 Esthetique du livre d'artiste. Anne Moeglin-Delcroix. Jean-Michel Place / Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris, France. 1997; p. 106 Six Years: The dematerialization of the art object from 1966 to 1972. edited and annotated by Lucy R. Lippard. Studio Vista, London, UK. 1973; p. 21 Book as Artwork 1960/72. Germano Celant. Nigel Greenwood Inc. Ltd., London, UK. 1972; p. 34 3rd ArtistBook International. Cologne 1996. ArtistBook International, Paris, France. 1996. Conceptual Art.
$ 150.00 Book Item# 5771w
ASHER, MICHAEL / BARRY, ROBERT / BYARS, JAMES LEE / BUTLER, EUGENIA / HUEBLER, DOUGLAS / KALTENBACH, STEPHEN / KIENHOLZ, EDWARD / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / LE VA, BARRY / OPPENHEIM, DENNIS / ORR, ERIC / RUDNICK, TIM / WATTS, ROBERT / WEINER, LAWRENCE 18'6" x 6'9" x 11'2 1/2" x 47' x 11 3/16" x 29' 8 1/2" x 31' 9 3/16". San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA. April 11 - May 3, 1969.
Exhibition poster. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Folded. Organized by Eugenia Butler. Very good condition. Unfolded: 20 x 14". Reference: p. 95 Six Years: The dematerialization of the art object from 1966 to 1972: . . . Lucy R. Lippard and Studio Vista, London, UK. 1973. Conceptual Art.
$ 200.00 Ephemera Item# 6132w
BARANIK, RUDOLF / BROMBERG, SARINA / CHARLESWORTH, SARAH / COHN, SUSANNE / DUNCAN, CAROL / GARGAGLIANO, SHAWN / GOLDEN, EUNICE / KOENIG, JANET / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / MCCALL, ANTHONY / PECHTER, PAUL / PELOSINI, ELAINE BENDOCK / ROSEMAN, AARON / ROSING, LARRY / ROUSSEAU, ANN MARIE / WALLACH, ALAN / WEISSMAN, WALTER / DURHAM, JIMMY / HORNE, GERALD an anti-catalog. The Catalog Committee of Artists Meeting for Cultural Change, New York, NY. 1977.
Artists' book. Black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Text illustrated with reproductions of paintings, letters, and photographs. Very good minus condition. Fold in upper left corner of back cover. Small tear at top of spine. 12 x 9". 79 pages. "Because it calls the neutrality of art into question, this Anti-Catalog will be seen as a political statement. It is, in reality, no more political than the viewpoint of official culture. The singularity of that viewpoint - the way it advances the interests of a class - is difficult to see because in our society that viewpoint is so pervasive. In this Anti-Catalog, we have attempted to elucidate some of the underlying mechanisms and assumptions." Reference: cover an anti-catalog. The Catalog Committee of Artists Meeting for Cultural Change, New York, NY. 1977.
$ 75.00 Book Item# 12467w
BOCHNER, MEL / CHRISTO / DIBBETS, JAN / GORMLEY, TOM / GRAHAM, DAN / HUEBLER, DOUGLAS / KAPROW, ALLAN / KIRBY, MICHAEL / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / LEWITT, SOL / LONG, RICHARD / MORRIS, ROBERT / NAUMAN, BRUCE / OPPENHEIM, DENNIS / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / RUSCHA, ED / SMITHSON, ROBERT / VENET, BERNAR / WARHOL, ANDY ARTISTS&PHOTOGRAPHS. Multiples Inc / Colorcraft Inc, New York, NY. 1970.
Artists' publication. Cardboard box containing seventeen artist's publications, multiples, artist's books, and an exhibition catalog. This copy is lacking the Tom Gormley and Robert Rauschenberg contributions. Contributions by Mel Bochner, Christo, Jan Dibbets, Dan Graham, Douglas Huebler, Allan Kaprow, Michael Kirby, Josuth Kosuth, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Ed Ruscha, Robert Smithson, Bernar Venet and Andy Warhol. Box is color offset lithograph printed. Catalog is black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Text: Lawrence Alloway. Edition of 1200. Very good condition. 13.25 x 13.25 x 4". Catalog: 7 x 7". 19 pages. Items included: M. Bochner: MISUNDERSTANDINGS (A THEORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY). Artist's publication. Black and white. Ten notecards in an envelope. Notecards are offset lithograph printed on one side. Envelope is offset lithograph printed. Very good condition. Notecards: 5 x 8". Envelope: 6 x 9". Christo: PACKED TOWER, SPOLETO, ITALY. 1968. Artist's book. Black and white. Cardboard box containing nine cards. Cards are offset lithograph printed on one side of heavy cardstock. Very good condition. Cards: 10 x 7.75". Box: 10.5 x 8.5 x .75". J. Dibbets: perspectief correctie 1967. perspective correction 5 piles. Folded poster. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed. Very good condition. Folded: 10 x 12.75". Unfolded: 25.5 x 20". D. Graham: TWO PARALLEL ESSAYS. PHOTOGRAPHS OF MOTION. TWO RELATED PROJECTS FOR SLIDE PROJECTORS. Artist's book. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Very good condition. 11 x 7". 8 pages. D. Huebler: Location Piece #2, New York City Seattle, Washington. Artist's book. Black and white. 19 leaves in an envelope. Very good condition. 7.5 x 7.5". Unpaginated. A. Kaprow: POSE. Artist's book. Black and white. Seven leaves in a manila envelope. Offset lithograph printed. Very good condition. Leaves: 11 x 8" each. Envelope: 12 x 9". M. Kirby: Pont Neuf: the localization of a tetrahedron in space (14JUNE69). Artist's publication. Four multiples and one statement in an envelope. Multiple is black and white offset lithograph printed on card stock with scored fold indentations. Very good condition. 11 x 12.75". Includes a statement by M. Kirby dated May 10, 1969. 12.25 x 8.5". Envelope: 12.5 x 12.5". J. Kosuth: NOTEBOOK ON WATER 1965 - 66. Artist's publication. Envelope containing an introduction sheet, 12 leaves, a folded map and one diagram. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed. Very good condition. Contents vary in size. Overall: 9.5 x 12". S. LeWitt: Schematic Drawing for Muybridge II, 1964. Multiple. Black and white. Card in envelope. Card and envelope are offset lithograph printed. Very good condition. Card: 5 x 12.5". Envelope: 5.5 x 12.5". R. Long: "Rain Dance". August 24, 1969. The Rift Valley, East Africa. (A 3/4 mile traveling piece documented by 4 photographs). Artist's publication. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides of heavy cardstock. Very good condition. 8 x 12". R. Morris: Continuous Project Altered Daily. Artist's publication. Brown offset lithograph printed. Accordion folded. Very good condition. Folded: 4.5 x 12". Unfolded: 72 x 12". B. Nauman: LAAIR. Artist's book. Color. Wrappers. Staple bound. Facsimile signed. Very good condition. 12 x 12". Unpaginated. 12 pages. D. Oppenheim: Flower Arrangement for Bruce Nauman. Artist's book. Black and white. Accordian fold-out pages tipped into wrappers. Very good condition. Unfolded: 6.75 x 84". Folded: 6.75 x 9.75". Unpaginated. E. Ruscha: BABYCAKES. Artist's book. Black and white. Wrappers. Wrappers have light green flocking. Hole-punched and ribbon bound. [Edition of 1200 copies]. Very good condition. 7.5 x 6". Unpaginated. 52 pages. R. Smithson: "Torn photograph from the second stop (rubble). Second mountain of 6 stops on a section." Multiple in a glassine envelope. Multiple is color offset lithograph printed on white paper and torn into four pieces. Torn pieces in envelope: 12 x 12". B. Venet: [Exploited Subjects]. Artist's book. Black and white. Leaves laminated on nine boards. Bound with four metal rings. Photographs: Shunk-Kender. Very good condition. 7.5 x 7.5". Unpaginated. A. Warhol: ANDY WARHOL. Artist's publication. Eight artist's prints in an acetate folder with print list. Color and black and white. Prints are silkscreen and acrylic printed. Paper is in various colors. Print list is black and white. Very good condition. Prints are various sizes. Print list: 11 x 8.5". Folder: 12 x 9.75". Photography.
$ 5500.00 Edition Item# 6570w
CLEMENTE, FRANCESCO / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / MERZ, MARIO / PENONE, GIUSEPPE / BEUYS, JOSEPH / ANSELMO, GIOVANNI MERCOLEDI 16 FEBBRAIO 1977, ORE 19. Gian Enzo Sperone, Rome, Italy. February 16, 1977.
Exhibition announcement card. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed. Artists included: F. Clemente, J. Kosuth, M. Merz, G. Penone, J. Beuys, G. Anselmo and others. Photo: P. Mussat. Very good condition. 7.5 x 5.25". Arte Povera.
$ 60.00 Ephemera Item# 13777w
CORRIS, MICHAEL / ARTBUST / DANTO, ARTHUR C. / GENKIN, JONATHAN / INFORMATION FICTION PUBLICITE / BESSON, CHRISTIAN / KAISER, FRANZ / RIO, MARIE-NOEL / KOBOWSKI, SILVIA / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / LAUF, CORNELIA / MCCOY, PAT / MILLER, JOHN / NICKAS, ROBERT / OSTROW, SAUL / SICHEL, BERTA / WACHTEL, JULIE NEW OBSERVATIONS 63. FROM THE PANDEMONIUM OF THE STUDIO TO THE ORDER OF THE SHOWROOM: THE DANGERS OF TOURISM. Lucio Pozzi / New Observations Publications Ltd., New York, NY. December 1988.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Guest editor: Peggy Cyphers. Contributors: M. Corris, Artbust, A.C. Danto, J. Genkin, Information Fiction Publicite, C. Besson, F. Kaiser, M.-N. Rio, S. Kobowski, J. Kosuth, C. Lauf, P. McCoy, J. Miller, R. Nickas, S. Ostrow, B. Sichel and J. Wachtel. Very good condition. 11 x 8.5". 22 pages. ISBN#: 07375387
$ 30.00 Book Item# 10376w
GREEN, CHARLES / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / BURN, IAN / RAMSDEN, MEL / ART & LANGUAGE / POIRIER, ANNE / POIRIER, PATRICK / HARRISON, HELEN MAYER / HARRISON, NEWTON / CHRISTO / JEAN-CLAUDE / GILBERT & GEORGE / ABRAMOVIC, MARINA / ULAY THE THIRD HAND: collaboration in art from conceptualism to postmodernism. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN. 2001.
General reference. Black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Includes chapters on J. Kosuth, I. Burn, M. Ramsden, Art & Language, A. Poirier, P. Poirier, H.M. Harrison, N. Harrison, Christo, Jean-Claude, Gilbert & George, M. Abramovic and Ulay. Very good condition. Light edge wear to wrappers. 10 x 7". 246 pages. ISBN#: 081663713X
$ 30.00 Book Item# 13455w
KOSUTH, JOSEPH Joseph Kosuth. 'Modus Operandi' Cancellato, Rovesciato. Un'opera di Joseph Kosuth al Museo di Capodimonte. Electa Napoli, Naples, Italy. Opening November 5,1988.
Exhibition catalogue. Wrappers. Adhesive bound. Curated by B. Cora. Text: G. L. Buontempo, B. Cora and J. Kosuth. Text in Italian. Excellent condition. 11 x 10". 56 pages. ISBN#: 8843527959 Conceptual Art.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 5250w
KOSUTH, JOSEPH ART AS IDEA AS IDEA. 1967 - 1968. Paul Maenz, Brussels, Belgium. March 1973.
Exhibition catalogue. Black and white. Wrappers. Three folded sheets. Very good condition. 8.25 x 5.75". Unpaginated. 10 pages. Conceptual Art.
$ 50.00 Book Item# 7190w
KOSUTH, JOSEPH 'FORT! DA!'. New Work by Joseph Kosuth. Leo Castelli, New York, NY. March 2 - 23, 1985.
Exhibition poster. Green, silver and black offset lithograph printed on white paper. Folded. Very good condition. Unfolded. 32.25 x 22". Conceptual Art.
$ 100.00 Ephemera Item# 7587w
KOSUTH, JOSEPH 'Cathexis & Hypercathexis'. Galerie Eric Fabre, Paris, France. November 6.
Exhibition poster. Silver and black offset lithograph printed on ivory paper. Folded. Text in French and English. Very good condition. Unfolded. 23.5 x 15.75". Conceptual Art.
$ 150.00 Ephemera Item# 7598w
KOSUTH, JOSEPH JOSEPH KOSUTH. EX LIBRIS, J.-F. CHAMPOLLION (FIGEAC). UNE INSTALLATION PERMANENTE. Centre National des Arts Plastiques, Paris, France. 1991.
Exhibition catalogue. Color and black and white. Folding wrappers. Staple bound. Text: Martin Malvy, Francois Barre, Sylvia Lavin and J. Kosuth. Text in French. Very good condition. Conceptual Art.
$ 45.00 Book Item# 9765w
SALTZ, JERRY / WOJNAROWICZ, DAVID / TALLMAN, SUSAN / CRAGG, TONY / JONES, ALAN / PINCUS-WITTEN, ROBERT / KOONS, JEFF / MORGAN, ROBERT C. / ROSE, ARTHUR R. / BARRY, ROBERT / HUEBLER, DOUGLAS / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / WEINER, LAWRENCE / STRAUSS, DAVID LEVI / BIEN, ANIA / GOODMAN, JONATHAN / NADELMAN, ELIE / CASTLE, FREDERICK TED / BASQUIAT, JEAN MICHEL / HANDY, ELLEN / GOULD, CLAUDIA / MCCOY, ANN / KURYLUK, EWA / GARDNER, JAMES / KALINA, RICHARD / TUTTLE, RICHARD / VAIL, CLOVER / ROBINS, CORINNE / CONNOR, MAUREEN / FEINTUCH, ROBERT / OSTROW, SAUL / SCHWABSKY, BARRY / KOPYSTIANSKI, IGOR / MCCOY, PAT / WESTFALL, STEPHEN / MYERS, TERRY R. / BARTON, NANCY / SHERLOCK, MAUREEN P. / RICHTER, GERHARD / MCGREEVY, LINDA F. / CAGE, JOHN / MAHONEY, ROBERT / WODICZKO, KRZYSZTOF / LAUF, CORNELIA / WALTHER, FRANZ ERHARD ARTS MAGAZINE. Volume 63, No. 6. Arts Magazine, New York, NY. February 1989.
Periodical. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Very good condition. Some wear to wraps. 11 x 9". 112 pages.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 14126w
SELLDORF, ANNABELLE / ZIMMERMAN, MARTIN / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / DA ROSA, RAQUEL / CLEGG & GUTTMANN / DIMITRIEVIC, BRACO / LAUF, CORNELIA / MAGRIEL, PAUL / WELCHMAN, JOHN C. / BELCHER, ALAN / BUTTNER, WERNER / CHARLESWORTH, SARAH / DUJOURIE, LILI / CLEGG & GUTTMANN / LICHTENSTEIN, ROY / O'BRIEN, GLENN / OLDENBURG, CLAES / PISTOLETTO, MICHELANGELO / SHAERF, ERAN / STAEHLE, WOLFGANG / STEINBACH, HAIM / TOWER, JON NATURA NATURATA (An Argument for Still Life). Josh Baer Gallery, New York, NY. March 4 - 11, 1989.
Exhibition catalog. Black on parchment paper. Card stock wrappers with cut-out window on front cover. Perfect bound. Includes essays and exhibition checklist with artist biographies. Curated by C. Lauf. Catalog: J. Kosuth. Artists: A. Belcher, W. Buttner, S. Charlesworth, B. Dimitrievic, L. Dujourie, Clegg & Guttmann, J. Kosuth, R. Lichtenstein, G. O'Brien, C. Oldenburg, M. Pistoletto, E. Shaerf, W. Staehle, H. Steinbach and J. Tower. Text: R. da Rosa, Clegg & Guttmann, B. Dimitrievic, C. Lauf, P. Magriel and J.C. Welchman. Very good condition. Glue from binding has seeped out along spine on title page. 6.25 x 4.25". "This exhibition spans three centuries of still lifes. It juxtaposes traditional still life compositions with contemporary works that on the surface appear unrelated. Far from developing a thematic or formal link, the desired effect is one of estrangement, whereby both ends of the spectrum are dislodged from their customary niches. The catalogue also offers a cross-section of views: an essay on Manet and the modernist still life (Raquel da Rosa), an interview with a collector and connoisseur (Paul Magriel), artist's statements (Clegg & Guttmann, Braco Dimitrievic) and a few diverging reflections (including John C. Welchman)." Reference: NATURA NATURATA (An Argument for Still Life). Josh Baer Gallery, New York, NY. March 4 - 11, 1989.