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(Auto)biographical Writing And The Artists’ Book

AbaCadaBra issue 10, edited by Susan B.King who also contributes a text as do Betsy Davids, Joan Lyons, Katherine Ng, Johanna Drucker, Terry Braunstein, Scott McCarney, Bonnie O’Connell, Renée Riese Hubert in collaboration with J.D.Hubert, soft cover, 27,5 x 20 cm, 48 pages, Los Angeles 1996

EUR 18.-

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Autobiographical Writing And The Artists Book

(Moe)
a book of photographs according to a concept of Emily Kocken causes puzzlement in Boekie Woekie: why would it be called (moe) - which in Dutch is “tired” - ?, soft cover, 19 x 15 cm, 36 not numbered pages, ed/50, Amsterdam 2008
EUR 31.-
(Moe)
Moe

(Un)blind

by a group called Crew Cut: Heini Hölttä, Jytte Höy, Pétur Magnússon, Elisabet Norseng, Gudrún Hrönn Ragnarsdóttir, showing photographs of samples of their works accompanied by texts by thirds (in the case of Pétur Magnússon the text is by Jan Voss), on the occasion of an exhibition, soft cover, 20,5 x 22 cm, 60 pages, Oslo 1997

EUR 12.-

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Un blind

#01 Wendelien Van Oldenborgh

Published as an accompaniment to the exhibition ‘Après La Reprise, La Prise’, showing a socially and politically engaged performance in a Brazilian setting by Wendelien van Oldenborgh at Wilfried Lentz Gallery, 2009. Words by Wilfried Lentz. A booklet containing a signed and numbered transcript of the performance, stapled, 19 x 14 cm, 16 pages, and a folded poster with stills and images from the performance and the stage, unfolded: 60 x 42 cm, numbered/500, signed, Rotterdam 2009

EUR 12,00

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01 Wendelien Van Oldenborgh

#02 On The Art Of Making Without Hands

Published as an accompaniment to the exhibition ‘Not created By a Human Hand’. The issue contains a text about works by 10 different artists making works connected to the Turin Shroud. Edited by Brunen and Wilfried Lentz, on the occasion of an exhibition at Wilfried Lentz Gallery, 2009, with a text by Alena Alexandrova that deals with ideas the Turin Shroud evokes, stapled, 19 x 13,5 cm, 16 pages, and a folded but signed poster, unfolded: 60 x 42 cm, Rotterdam 2009

EUR 12,00

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02 An The Art Of Making Without Hands

#03 Zklady Na Zicie (Plant-Life)

edited by Wilfried Lentz, on the occasion of an exhibition by James Beckett, with texts by Will Holder and J.B. on the “labelling of exhibits”, stapled, 19 x 14 cm, 12 pages, and a folded poster, unfolded: 60 x 42 cm, numbered/500, signed, Rotterdam 2010
EUR 12,00
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03 Zklady Na Zicie Plant Life

#05 In Time With Tear Flow

Published as an accompaniment to the exhibition ‘Scolpire Il Tempo’ at Wilfred Lentz Gallery 2010 showing works by Giorgio Andreotta Caló who lets nature, the uninterrupted flow of life, shape his sculptures in an alchemical process of material transformation. Text written by Marco Pasi and Maria Ambrozic. Stapled, 19 x 14 cm, 16 pages, and a folded poster, unfolded: 60 x 42 cm, numbered/500, signed, Rotterdam 2009

EUR 12,00

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05 In Time With Tear Flow

#06 On Discipline

Published as an accompaniment to the show ‘On Discipline’ 2011 at Wilfried Lentz Gallery showing works by Josef Dabernig. Edited by Wilfried Lentz and Josef Dabernig, text by Sjoerd van Tuinen. In his work Dabernig reflects on thoughts about discipline, and addresses some different philosophers' meanings and claims on that subject. Stapled, 19 x 14 cm, 16 pages, and a folded poster, unfolded: 60 x 42 cm, numbered/250, signed, Rotterdam 2011

EUR 12,00

#06 On Discipline
06 On Discipline

© by MT 2007

photocopied drawings of quirky lines, stapled, 12 not numbered pages, 10,5 x 15cm, numbered/10, (Amsterdam) 2007
EUR 2.- see also the book reviews page of this web site
no title copyright by MT 2007

no title copyright by MT 2007

01 Ausgabe 1

PERIODICAL this issue by Manuel Bonik: hand altered colour photocopies of an advertisement folder altered by hand, numbered/30, signed, Berlin 1998
EUR 200.-
01 Ausgabe 1

01 Ausgabe 2
PERIODICAL this issue by Klaus Winichner: hinged Din A4 transparencies with German texts, and a silicon rubber mat, numbered/30, signed, Berlin 1998
EUR 200.-
01 Ausgabe 2

01 Ausgabe 4  01 Meets Schaschlik
PERIODICAL this issue by Manuel Bonik and Rémy Markowitsch, numbered/300, signed by both, Berlin 1998
EUR 50.-
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01 Ausgabe 4 01 Meets Schaschlik

01

curated by Sonnenzimmer. ‘The work in this book documents a slice of contemporary art practice, through the lens of four working artists: Carrie Pollack, Peter Power, Alexander Valentine and Ina Weise, screen printed, sewn, 22 x 16 cm, 16 not numbered pages, ed/125, Berlin 2012

EUR 14,50

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01 curated by Sonnenzimmer

02

curated by Manuel Ocampo. For this issue Manuel Ocampo invited 3 artists from the Philippines and 1 Australian photograper to participate: David Griggs, Robert Langenegger, Pow Martinez and Jeona Zoleta, screen printed, sewn, 22 x 16 cm, 16 not numbered pages, ed/125, Berlin 2012

EUR 14,50

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02 curated by Manuel Ocampo

1:1:1 #01 Eylem Aladogan

sewn, 33 x 22 cm, 16 not numbered pages,

EUR 9,50

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1 1 1 01 Eylem Aladogan

101 Artists’ Quotes
“all quotes in this book are fictions by the authors, Justin Blaustein and Asmundur Asmundsson”, comes with a set of 12 postcards, soft cover, 21 x 13,5 cm, 98 not numbered pages, numbered/500, signed, 1995

EUR 110,00

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101 Artists Quotes

1986  A Calendar On Travel And Tourism
wall calendar for the year 1986 with texts by Martha Hawley and photographs by Barbara Bloom, spiral bound, 12 sheets, 34,5 x 46,5 cm, 2003
EUR 35.-
1986  A Calendar On Travel And Tourism

19991 Stürup, Jasper Sebastian  Marika Seidler  Thomas Fleron  Per Mölgaar  Kaspar Kaum Bonnén  19992 Jacob Noel  Karl Stampes  Anna Fro Vodder  Elsebeth Jörgensen  Morten Schelde

2 books in one: 19991 and 19992, on the occasion of an exhibition in Albertslund, Town Hall 1999. Each artist’s contribution is printed in a different colour. The exhibition was arranged by Morten Schelde and Jasper Sebastian Stürup. 19991: Jasper Sebastian Stürup, Marika Seidler, Tomas Fleron, Per Mølgaar, Kaspar Kaum Bonnén 19992: Jacob Noel Karl Stampes, Anna Fro Vodder Elsebeth Jorgensen, Morten Schelde, soft cover, 80 not numbered pages, 21 x 15 cm, ed/1000, Köbenhavn 1999

EUR 11,50

19991 Jasper Sebastian Strup Marika Seidler Thomas
      Fleron Per Mlgaar Kaspar Kaum Bonnn 19992 Jacob Noel Karl Stampes
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19991 Jasper Sebastian Sturup  Marika Seidler  Thomas Fleron  Per Molgaar  Kaspar Kaum Bonnen  19992 Jacob Noel  Karl Stampes  Anna Fro Vodder  Elsebeth Jorgensen  Morten Schelde


2001 / 2014 De Heimelijke Wraak Van Idyllis
Jean Paul Smit as writer, Philippe McIntyre as photographer and Esther Boukema as graphic designer worked together to express with this book their affinity for rural life, ed/750, Amsterdam 2001
EUR 12,50
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2001 2014 De Heimelijke Wraak Van Idyllis

27 Onszon

this issue of the non-periodical art magazine Onszon is a supplement to a catalogue published on the occasion of the final exam exhibition of the Minerva academy, with contributions by the 24 participating artists as well as 3 art historians, text in Dutch, soft cover, stapled, 30 x 21 cm, 20 numbered pages, Groningen 1995

EUR 1,50

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27 Onszon

30 Jahre Domberger  20 Jahre Haas  15 Jahre Kicherer
on the occasion of an exhibition, with texts by M.de la Motte, G.Petzold, and one I haven’t seen before by Dieter Roth which shows him once again in his brilliance, on the anniversaries of the 3 screen printers from the Stuttgart area, stapled, 16 pages, 25,5 x 10,5 cm, Tübingen 1979
EUR 18,50
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30 Jahre Domberger  20 Jahre Haas  15 Jahre Kicherer

3.Internationaler Wettbewerb Für Copy-Art

catalogue from the exhibition with the same title in Germany 1998 with Emmett Williams as a participant among others, stapled, 20 x 20 cm, 32 not numbered pages, Grenchen 1998

EUR 10.-
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3.Internationaler Wettbewerb Fur Copy-Art

4 Dada Suicides

this book collects works by Arthur Cravan, Jaques Rigaut, Julien Torma and Jaques Vaché – writers on the fringes of the Dada movement in 1920’s Paris, “These four took the nihilism to its ultimate conclusion, their works are the remnants of lives lived to the limit and then cast aside with nonchalance and disdain: Vaché died of a drug overdose, Rigaut shot himself, Cravan and Torma simply vanished, their fates still a mystery. Yet their fragmentary works – to which they attached so little importance – still exert a powerful allure and were a vital inspiration for the literary movements that followed them. Vaché’s bitter humor, Cravan’s energetic invective, Rigaut’s dandyfied introspection, and Toma’s imperturbable asperity: all had their influence. This collection includes biographical introductions to each author as well as personal recollections by their contemporaries”, soft cover in slip case, 240 numbered pages, 19 x 17 cm, ed/1000, London 2005

EUR 38.-

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4 Dada Suicides

4 Years At Coracle Press foreword by David Brown, contains lists of publications, exhibitions and occasions 1975-80, soft cover, 19 x 14 cm, 36 not numbered pages, London 1980
EUR 7,50

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4 Years At Coracle Press

5 & 10¢

25 boxed booklets dealing with most different subjects by these artists: R.Cabot, L.Claramunt, C.Cohen, G.Condo, M.Dagley, J.G.Dokoupil, S.Doughton, J.D.Fleishman, K.Goldsmith, J.Gordon, A.Lambert, R.La Vigne, C.de Medeiros, T.Moody, O.Mosset, S.Parrino, J.Pomara, L.Ruyter, T.Schmidt, B.Schwarz, P.Tollens, J.Tremblay, A.Uglow, T.Warren, A.Zeman. Stapled, 12 pages each, computer produced, some in colour, some b/w, 21,5 14 cm, ed/250, Newton 1998-2000

EUR 250.-

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5 and 10c

6 Weeks In Amsterdam 6 Booklets Published

6 books held by a paper ribbon by Adalheidur S.Eysteinsdóttir and Brák Jónsdóttir: Doppelgänger (images on opposing pages showing similarity of shape), Drawing-Mother Photograph-Daughter The New, And The Old Way Of Documenting (images show the same objects drawn and photographed), Happy New Year A Conversation (photographic images of detached and differently deformed wire constructions formerly meant to hold champagne corks in bottlenecks contrasted with words describing what these wire constructions might resemble), Qvest (lots of small, strange images), Strollology (a blue plastic bag and glimpses of a world in the blue of that plastic bag), Treasure (are these pictures of crispbread crumbs or crumbled aluminium foil?), 150 pages of images with here and there some words, soft cover, 20,5 x 15 cm, each book signed and numbered, (Amsterdam) 2017

EUR 60.-

6 Weeks In Amsterdam 6 Booklets Published
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6 Weeks In Amsterdam 6 Booklets Published

6 Weeks In Amsterdam 6 Booklets Published  Doppelgänger

by Adalheidur S.Eysteinsdóttir and Brák Jónsdóttir, images on opposing pages showing similarity of shape, soft cover, 24 not numbered pages, 20,5 x 15 cm, (Amsterdam) 2017

EUR 12.-

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6 Weeks In Amsterdam 6 Booklets Published Doppelganger