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(last updated September 30th, 2018)

Gudmundsson, Kristján + Örn Alexander Árnason

Kristján Gudmundsson Örn Alexander Árnason

published on the occasion of an exhibition at 1.h.v. in Reykjavík (2017), K.G.’s Valin Amerísk Ljóð/Selected American Poems which feature number sequences, and Ö.A.Á.’s Rif/Tear series which features photographs of bits of fabric caught behind staples in a white wall, text in Icelandic and English, stapled, 20,5 x 17 cm, 22 not numbered pages, ed/100, signed by both artists, Reykjavík 2017

EUR 39.-
Kristján Gudmundsson Örn Alexander Árnason

Kristján Gudmundsson Örn Alexander Árnason


Xiang Yun Loh

Salad

“‘SALAD’ is a photographer’s study of the textures found in parks. It is a collection of 200 photographs taken in 24 parks across five countries. Close-ups, which are cropped as squares, the photographs recall the grids commonly used to plan parks. Collected over a span of five years, between 2013 and 2017, the collection emulates a scientific collection. Appropriating scientific fieldwork methods of collecting, ordering and identification, the collection of photographs systematically documents different natural spaces. Yet, in spite of the notations of each photograph, the photographs are decontextualised and open to interpretation—leaving the viewer to navigate, make connections and respond to the photographer’s attempt to make sense of our relationship to nature”, a self-published work that features a collection of photographs documenting and exploring parks across the globe, with several appendices, text in English,  soft cover, 24 x 17 cm, 248 pages, numbered/300, (Singapore) 2018

EUR 39.-
Xiang Yun Loh Salad

Xiang Yun Loh Salad


Burns, Bill

Power 100

“The following names appeared on the Power 100 list between 2007 and 2016. The list is ranked, with one being the highest and one hundred being the lowest ranking. It’s published each year by ArtReview Magazine. Because the following names are compiled from several different Power 100 lists it should be thought of as a meta list. Since 2011 I have had myself paged along with some of those whose names appear on the list on public address systems at various airports, art fairs, train stations, museums and department stores. The annotated list that follows describes a number of successes, failures and omissions. The project is a work in progress”, a meta list of the most influential people in the contemporary artworld 2007-2016, comes with 3 postcards, design by Astrid Seme, soft cover, 7,5 x 5 cm, 212 not numbered pages, ed/125, Vienna 2018

EUR 14,50
Burns Power 100

Burns Power 100


Pietroiusti, Cesare

Non-Functional Thoughts 1978-2018

“The persistence of thoughts of such a kind in individual memory is very rare. If they are not fixed by writing or other means, they tend to disappear in a short time. This process of erasure operates in a similar manner to what happens during the forgetting of dreams. One of the central ideas behind my work is that it is possible to make an artwork which concentrates attention on non-functional thoughts. My practice is an attempt to better articulate these thoughts by building a communicative context in which they can be recognised by others as part of a shared patrimony. At best, this investigation points to the possible existence of a psychic dimension which is generally ignored. The non-functional thought I deal with can retain the form of a ‘project’ or, as in this publication, of an ‘instruction’ which, through various technical choices, and in different circumstances, can become an element of communication and of socialisation”, a great many instructions or exercises such as: “Start an art gallery that only sells immaterial artworks” or “Make a list of everything you can do using your hands”, design by Astrid Seme, translations by Victoria Dejaco, text in German and English, stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 120 not numbered pages, Vienna 2018

EUR 14,50
Pietroiusti Non-Functional Thoughts 1978-2018

Pietroiusti Non-Functional Thoughts 1978-2018


Pedrina, Bianca

Models

“This artist book brings together 40 photographs showing famous architects together with their architecture models. The images are arranged according to the position of the model and the height of the architect’s view: from those looking up to the model to those looking down on it from a god-like perspective … By this, these image start to speak about the model 'as a stage' on which the architect performs his role”, 40 b/w photographs, no text, stapled, 21,5 x 14,5 cm, 80 not numbered pages, ed/250, Vienna 2018

EUR 12.-

Pedrina Models

Pedrina Models


IRWIN (ED.)

State In Time

“Become a citizen of the first global state of the universe!

The NSK State in Time emerged in 1992, evolving in the context of the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the transformation Neue Slowenische Kunst. Existing both as an artwork and a social formation, a state that encompasses all time but holding no territory, the NSK State in Time has for two decades pushed the boundaries of artistic and political practice. This volume collects together, for the first time, analyses of the NSK State in Time including its relationship with the changing context of Eastern Europe, the connection between aesthetics and the state, the rise of NSK folk art, and documents the First NSK Citizen’s Congress in 2010”, with essays by Inke Arns, Huang Chien-Hung, Eda Cufer, Marina Grzinic, IRWIN, Tomaz Mastnak, Conor McGrady, Viktor Misiano, Alexei Monroe, Ian Parker, Avi Pitchon, Stevphen Shukaitis, Jonah Westerman, and Slavoj Zizek, soft cover, 26 x 18,5 cm, 180 pages, Wivenhoe New York Port Watson 2014

EUR 36.-
State In Time

State In Time


Vaucher, Gee

Introspective

“Gee Vaucher is an internationally renowned political artist, known for her ‘radical creativity’, montages, and iconic record sleeve artwork for the famous anarchist-pacifist band Crass. Vaucher has always seen her work as a tool for social change, using surrealist styles and methods, and a DIY aesthetic to create powerful images exploring political and personal issues. … Gee Vaucher: Introspective will celebrate the rich history of art and activism both on a local and national level. It will not only look back to the radical spirit of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, but is also an opportunity to engage audiences in important social debates taking place today.

This catalog will be the first in-depth publication examining the vast range of her work including painting, collage, video, performance art, design, and installation works”, published on the occasion of an exhibition at Firstsite in Colchester(2016), edited by Stevphen Shukaitis, works by the artist accompanied by several essays about G.V. and her art, with contributions by Gee Vaucher, Penny Rimbaud, Patricia Allmer, John Sears, Rebecca Binns, George McKay, Yuval Etgar, Martina Groß, and Stevphen Shukaitis, soft cover, 21 x 17 cm, 144 pages, London 2016

EUR 33.-

Vaucher Introspective

Vaucher Introspective


Noir, Bill

Occiput Tupicco

a “[c]ollection of found photographies” with a “focus on twins and reflections”, a collection of historical b/w photographs that will make you see double, comes with one loose, antique-looking photograph, soft cover, 19 x 14 cm, 100 not numbered pages, ed/150, Strasbourg 2017

EUR 15.-

Noir Occiput Tupicco

Noir Occiput Tupicco


Loeffler, Frédéric

Seiren

polaroids from 2009-2017 of (underground) musicians performing, the name of the band and the venue are listed below each polaroid, soft cover, 19 x 14 cm, 62 not numbered pages, ed/150, comes with one loose polaroid, Strasbourg 2017

EUR 15.-
Loeffler Seiren

Loeffler Seiren


Noir, Bill

Éclats Collages 2016/2017

a very handsome book of collages made in 2016/2017 using all sorts of (historical) photographs and images, with a handmade binding, hard cover, 18 x 15 cm, 124 not numbered pages, ed/150, Strasbourg 2018

EUR 22.-
Noir Éclats Collages 2016-2017

Noir Éclats Collages 2016-2017


Mascini, Vibeke

Cloud Inverse

a book published as the result of an attempt to reach the summit of Mont Blanc, with many diary-like notes and illustrations that document the trek and the artist’s musings, “Along my journey I stumbled upon many people, and a few animals, who have reached for mountaintops throughout the centuries. I noticed that by moving up the mountain I was able to move along with all of them, almost finding the footprints of de Saussure ascending in the fresh snow, the traces of the astronomical observatory swallowed by the mountain’s snowy dome and even hearing the echo of the propellers of that pilot who first descended on the summit of Mont Blanc.

Cloud Inverse describes my expedition of 17 days in which I travelled through a diverse landscape, both geographical and imagined, before finally arriving at an obscure mountain top”, with several fold-out pages, soft cover in dust jacket, 24 x 16,5 cm, 94 pages, Amsterdam 2017

EUR 40.-
Mascini Cloud Inverse

Mascini Cloud Inverse


Forster, Manfred

Künstler/Bücher 2005-2013

published on the occasion of an exhibition at Weserburg in Bremen (2015-2016), on display are M.F.’s artist books on 20  artists, whom he has photographed throughout their creative process: Victoria Bell, Hans Delfosse, Mic Enneper, Gerrit Göllner/Jon Shelton, Horst Hahn, Jannis Kounellis, Gereon Krebber, Heinrich Küpper, Norbert Prangenberg, Thomas Rentmeister, Inge Schmidt, Michael Toenges, Peter Tollens, and Josef Wolf, with texts in German by Bettina Brach and Jens Peter Koerver, with several fold-out pages, hard cover, 21 x 15 cm, 100 not numbered pages, signed and numbered/100, Bremen 2015

EUR 42,00

Forster 21 Kunstler20Bucher 2005-2013

Forster 21 Kunstler20Bucher 2005-2013


Sherry, David + Thomas Geiger

Optimism Works Both Ways

a compilation of wonderful short stories, prose and poetry from street corners and super markets, some illustrated with b/w drawings, “Optimism works both ways, is a manual of performance ideas, drawings, scripts and plans, to be used for future projects. The collaboration incorporates a wide variety of different approaches, from re-enactments, static durational-sculptures, readings, actions, sound works and diary accounts. Many of the works in the book are starting points or sketches to be developed and explored as a live performance”, stapled, 28 x 22 cm, 32 not numbered pages, Karlsruhe Dublin Vienna 2013

EUR 16,50
Sherry + Geiger Optimism Works Both Ways

Sherry + Geiger Optimism Works Both Ways


Huber, Matthias

Ghosts

images from the book “Stilmöbel: Stühle, Sessel, Kanapees von Ludwig XIII. bis Napoleon III.”, Madeleine Jarry, De May, Düsseldorf/Lausanne, around 1960, a book for those who imagine ghosts on chairs, arm chairs or canapes, stapled, 27,5 x 20 cm, 28 not numbered pages, ed/100, 2015

EUR 19,50

Huber
          (Matthias) Ghosts
Huber (Matthias) Ghosts


Watanabe, Eiji + Naoka Eiro (Eds.)

Art Obulist

a book published on the occasion of an exhibition in the Relation Building in Obu Japan: “ART_OBULIST is a contemporary art exhibition that began in 2016 from a suggestion to introduce contemporary art and culture to Obu - a city without art galleries. Thus “Brain Museum”, “a museum unconfined to a building” = a thought-provoking art museum was implemented where new possibilities can only be discovered at that given place. Returning for its second year in a row and eager to provide as much opportunity to broaden people’s exposure to art as possible, the ART_OBULIST 2017 exhibition will be held for approximately one month and the art works will be scattered across a number of free spaces and locations in an area within walking distance from Obu Station, the city center”, with contributions by Yasuko Otsuka, Paul Goede, Thomas A. Clark, Little Vehicle, Nakamura Wataru, Douraku Doumei, Kenichi Ogawa, Laurie Clark, Naoto Maruyama, and Shigeki Kosugi, full colour illustrations and texts in Japanese and English, hard cover, 21 x 15 cm, 62 pages, Obu 2017

EUR 20.-

Watanabe + Eiro Art Obulist

Watanabe + Eiro Art Obulist


Chemin, Isabelle

Ouverture La Compagnie Des Snapshoters

a selection of reproduced historical b/w snapshots that ‘open up a space between the ordinary and the extraordinary’, text in French, soft cover, 21 x 15 cm, 48 not numbered pages, numbered/350, n.p. 2018

EUR 12.-
Chemin Ouverture La Compagnie Des Snapshoters

Hansen, Al

Venus Venus Venus

“Al Hansen created thousands of collages, assemblages, drawings, paintings, torn papers, sculptures, based around the image of the Venus figure. Eternally fascinated by the Venus of Willendorf, he strove to expose the connection between those first primal art instincts and his own body of work”, published on the occasion of exhibition at Naturhistorisches Museum Wien, photographs and reproduced works accompanied by text in German and English by Christian Köberl, Thomas Miessgang, and Susanne Neuburger, translations by Camilla Nielsen, hard cover, 23 x 19 cm, 40 pages, Vienna 2017

EUR 28.-
Hansen (Al) Venus Venus Venus
Hansen (Al) Venus Venus Venus

Montoya, Miguel Angel

Grandes Exitos 2

“This is the second edition of Grandes Exitos del Arte Contemporáneo (GEAC), previously a pirate DVD compilation of video art and performances distributed free of charge or in exchange for everyday objects, garments or fruits even. Created as part of the 2011 relational art piece ‘Sin Valor, collaboration between Pablo Lagos Lopez and myself that took place in the streets of Fontibon, Colombia. … In the spirit of the first GEAC (the free distribution and access to art), this volume takes into account the corresponding concept of Fandangos, also follows the process and mirrors Raul Marroquin’s editorial approach of ‘copy and paste’. ‘Why Plagiarism?’ by Ulises Carrion is one of the best examples of this procedure. The works in this issue of GEAC are from a mix of young and known/established artists”, stapled zine inspired by Fandangos magazine published by Raul Marroquin in the seventies, stapled, 21,5 x 15 cm, 32 pages, Antwerp 2018

EUR 12.-
Grandes Exitos 2
Grandes Exitos 2


Van Horn, Erica

Em & Me

Em, Emily Dickinson that is, sheepdog and much talked about in the author’s online blog is at the centre of this blog’s excerpts which constitute this book, soft cover, 192 pages, 17 x 12,5 cm, Clonmel 2018

EUR 15,50
Van Horn Em & Me

Van Horn Em & Me


Shiomi, Yuna

Where I Live

pen and watercolour drawings of sites and buildings as seen by the author, a Japanese artist living and studying in the Netherlands, stapled, 15 x 21 cm, 14 not numbered pages, n.p. 2018

EUR 28.-
Shiomi (Yuna) Where I Live
Shiomi (Yuna) Where I Live


Shiomi, Yuna

Learn Dutch

cute pen drawings of animals at play accompanied by stock phrases in Dutch as taught by children at the park, stapled, 21 x 14,5 cm, 24 not numbered pages, numbered/5, n.p. 2018

EUR 10.-
Shiomi (Yuna) Learn Dutch

Shiomi (Yuna) Learn Dutch


MacKillop, Sara

IKEA Besta

for this work the contents of an IKEA living rooms catalogue have been rearranged to form photo collages, stapled, 29,5 x 21 cm, 28 not numbered pages, ed/100, n.p. 2017

EUR 12.-

MacKillop IKEA Besta
MacKillop IKEA Besta

Derlow, Joakim

Blod Svett & Tarar

a surreal pen-drawn comic story about transparent people, text in Swedish, sewn, 29,5 x 21 cm, 14 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 13.-

Derlow Blod Svett & Tarar
Derlow IKEA Besta

Mailaender, Thomas + Erik Kessels

Photo Pleasure Palace

“Thomas Mailaender and Erik Kessels are both artists who work with the re-appropriation of images. They’re compulsive collectors of photographs and keen observers of sociological patterns. Also they both take the absurd and ridiculous very, very seriously. That said it comes as no real surprise that these two get along like dynamite and matches. For UNSEEN 2017 they’ve created the ‘Photo Pleasure Palace’ a special place where you can come to have fun and set your mind on fire after spending a day browsing the galleries. The Photo Pleasure Palace is a combination of a photographic exhibition, installation and a fun fair. It shows that visitors of Unseen can interact and experience photography in an alternative way.

This new vinyl with booklet welcomes you to their weird-and-wonderland, a place where pleasure is guaranteed and photos are in imminent danger”, lp (12”) with the sounds of a photography funfair as an art installation, in a sleeve (30 x 30 cm), contains a booklet with illustrations, numbered/500, Amsterdam 2017

EUR 30.-

AV Mailaender +
              Kessels Photo Pleasure Palace

AV Mailaender + Kessels Photo Pleasure Palace

Wilson, Ben

The Chewing Gum Alchemist

photographs of tiny, colourful paintings made on the surface of flattened chewing gum on the streets of London by B.W., a.k.a. the Chewing Gum Man, accompanied by photographs of the people he made them for, with an introduction by Ludovic Renaud, “Ben Wilson is a catalyst, attuned to the world around him. Through his small paintings, he has redefined the limits of the city, and the relationship each of us has with the notion of urban life. His work is situated beyond the framework of street art, and of art in general. It questions the existing fracture between the city and its population. His chewing gums, far from being trivial, are on the contrary existential in nature. They force us to rethink the question of the people as seen through the prism of city-states. His sincere gesture is not borne by anger or despair, but by transcendence, love, tolerance, and the uniqueness of each individual aware of being only a part of a whole. His humanism is distinctive, and even jarring. Ben Wilson shows us the way towards a possible world where everyone has a place without being forced to struggle for it”, soft cover, 84 pages, 18 x 18 cm, Amsterdam 2017

EUR 25.-
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Wilson The Chewing Gum Alchemist

Vermi, Arturo

Arturo Vermi

catalogue on the occasion of an exhibition at Galleria Peccolo in Livorno, Italy, paintings, sculptures, and writings by A.V., accompanied by a text by Tommaso Trini, Edizi Roberto Peccolo Livorno 66, text in Italian, soft cover, 26 x 20 cm, 40 pages, Livorno 2010

EUR 14.-
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Vermi Arturo Vermi

Róbertsdóttir, Ragna

Works 1984-2017

an extensive and well-illustrated overview of more than three decades’ worth of art by R.R., who composes her works from many different, natural elements, with texts by Markús Þór Andrésson and Gregory Volk, “As chronicled in this book, Ragna Róbertsdóttir’s elemental artworks since the 1980s constitute an extraordinary and deeply meaningful achievement. She shapes her materials, many of which are from nature, and brings them into very specific forms; at the same time, they in turn shape her, and she learns from them. They give her not merely inspiration, but also wisdom and connectedness. She adores her substances and through them convincingly explores how she and we (who are also composed of myriad substances) are part of the living world, not separate from it; partners with nonhuman things, and not their lords and masters”, text in English, hard cover, 30,5 x 22,5 cm, 296, Berlin 2018

EUR 48.-

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Robertsdottir Works 1984-2017

Richter, Hans

Hans Richter

catalogue on the occasion of an exhibition at Galleria Peccolo in Livorno, Italy, reproduced works accompanied by texts by Arturo Schwarz, Sandro Ricaldone, Yan Ciret, and Werner Haftmann Edizi Roberto Peccolo Livorno 70, all text in Italian (except for one in French), with English translations, soft cover, 26 x 20 cm, 64 pages, Livorno 2012

EUR 20.-

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Richter Hans Richter

Raponi, Martina

The Streets Belong To The People

words from people of the streets – fearlessly collected and edited by nomis nod, “this collection is the result of an intense session of meetings and discussions which took place dec. 12th and 13th 2014 at the workcentre232 and in the Heesterveld creative community”, miscellaneous materials collected and presented in a single zine, covers in different colours, stapled zine, 21 x 15 cm, 40 not numbered pages, Amsterdam

EUR 5.-

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Raponi The Street Belong To The People

Quattro Variazioni Di Objet Trouvé

catalogue on the occasion of an exhibition at Galleria Peccolo in Livorno, Italy, with works by Claudio Costa, Sergio Dangelo, Salvatore Meo, and Daniel Spoerri, with a preface by Arturo Schwarz and a text by Simona Caramina, text in Italian, stapled, 24 x 16,5 cm, 32 pages, Livorno 2014

EUR 14.-

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Quattro Variazioni Di Objet Trouve

Öhrling Dersén, Anne

Body Control

a story told with drawings and words, a woman goes to the beach and muses on the commodification of the human body and the (im)possibility of truly being the owner of one’s own body, with a loose insert, pink cover with spiderweb designs, stapled zine, 21 x 15 cm, 22 not numbered pages, Amsterdam 2015

EUR 5.-
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Ohrling Dersen Body Control

Öhrling Dersén, Anne

Time Flies Like An Arrow

collected and collaged images somehow to do with technology and computers, stapled zine, 21 x 15 cm, 28 not numbered pages, Amsterdam n.d.

EUR 5.-

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Ohrling Dersen Time Flies Like An Arrow

Neumann, Esteban

Handwerker

drawings and collages showing a man performing all sorts of manual labour, even when asleep, and many wooden planks, stapled zine, 21 x 15 cm, 22 not numbered pages, ed/25, Amsterdam 2015

EUR 5.-
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Neumann Handwerker

Neiman, Yehuda

Yehuda Neiman

catalogue on the occasion of an exhibition at Galleria Peccolo in Livorno, Italy, a series of kaleidoscopic photographical artworks featuring human bodies, with a preface by Angela Madesani, and texts by Pierre Restany, Gerard Xuriguera, and Yehuda Neiman, Edizi Roberto Peccolo Livorno 59, text in Italian and French, soft cover, 26 x 20 cm, 32 pages, Livorno 2007

EUR 14.-
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Neiman Yehuda Neiman

Lindroos, Sofi

It´s Dog

a zine created one evening with friends at Workcentre 232 in de Bijlmer, all sorts of drawings, text bits, and images featuring dogs, with contributions by Anne Dersén, Sofi Lindroos, Yoosin Lee, Margaux Parillaud, Camille Doiseau, Maria Lepistö, Laura Bottin, Daniel Farr, Jerome Shapiro, Marion Molle, Ronan Rion, and Juliet Aitonen, stapled zine, 21 x 15 cm, 40 not numbered pages, Amsterdam 2015

EUR 5.-

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Lindroos Its Dog

Fuori Corrente

catalogue on the occasion of an exhibition at Galleria Peccolo in Livorno, Italy, works by Giovanni Bonaldi, Enrico T. De Paris, Francesco De Molfetta, Raffaella Formenti, Riccardo Gusmaroli, Bruno Lucca, Elena Modorati, and Antonella Zazzera, with an introduction by Arturo Schwarz  and a text by Federico Sardella, Edizi Roberto Peccolo Livorno 68, text in Italian, with English translations, soft cover, 26 x 20 cm, 32 pages, Livorno 2012

EUR 14.-

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Fuori Corrente

Dubuffet, Jean

Opera Grafica E Libri Illustrati

a catalogue published on the occasion of an exhibition in Venice (2007), with many full-colour reproductions of works by the artist, soft cover, 21 x 15 cm, 158 not numbered pages, no.14 from Galerie Bordas, text in Italian, Venice 2007

EUR 22.-

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Dubuffet Opera Grafica E Libri Illustrati

Deschamps, Gérard

Gérard Deschamps

catalogue on the occasion of an exhibition at Galleria Peccolo in Livorno, Italy, photographs of artworks made using colourful clothes and accessories, with a text about G.D. by Sandro Ricaldone, Edizi Roberto Peccolo Livorno 44, text in Italian, soft cover, 26 x 20 cm, 32 pages, Livorno 2002

EUR 14.-

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Deschamps Gerard Deschamps

Costa, Claudio

Africa

catalogue on the occasion of an exhibition at Galleria Peccolo in Livorno, Italy, photographs of sculptures and collaged artworks, with a text by Bruno Corà, Edizi Roberto Peccolo Livorno 42, text in Italian, soft cover, 26 x 20 cm, 30 not numbered pages, Livorno 2002

EUR 14.-

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Costa Africa

Chapette, André D.

Crawl no 1

a comic story told with pen drawings and words, “workcenter 232 has offered me the opportunity to produce a humble publication with the sole restriction of using the residency’s xerox machine.

As such, I’m proud to present the first issue of crawl, an independent story serial relating to the author’s 21st century concerns about animisme, semiology and other nerdy concerns”, stapled zine, 21 x 15 cm, 52 not numbered pages, Amsterdam 2014

EUR 5.-

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Chapette Crawl no 1

Bordarier, Stéphane

Stéphane Bordarier

catalogue on the occasion of an exhibition at Galleria Peccolo in Livorno, Italy, paintings made between 1999 and 2014, with an interview with the artist by Erik Verhagen, Edizi Roberto Peccolo Livorno 74, all text in Italian and French, soft cover, 26 x 20 cm, 32 pages, Livorno 2014

EUR 20.-

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Bordarier Stephane Bordarier

Bodman, Sarah

GIFT: I Made This For You

the artist has recreated the meals used to poison people in the early 19th century, recipes dedicated to the original victims accompanied by photographs of the meals in question and by short texts written from the point of view of the poisoner, the arsenic is not included in the recipes, “A book inspired by the Angel of Bremen (serial poisoner Gesche Gottfried), produced to resemble the type of pamphlet publication / recipe book given away with newly purchased gas cookers in the 1940s-50s. It contains 14 ‘recipes’ for 15 people. Each of the dishes was cooked and photographed by the artist with the same ingredients and in the same sequence that the original dishes were prepared for the victims. GIFT in the English language means a present, it is also the German word for poison”, stapled, 32 pages, 21,5 x 14,5 cm, signed and numbered/500, (Bristol) 2016

EUR 6.-

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Bodman GIFT I Made This For You

Zierenberg, Inken

Abwesenheit Auf Zeit

a typographical artist book in the field of concrete poetry, Japanese binding, 2 dust jackets, 18,5 x 15,5 cm, 82 not numbered pages, numbered/50, Bale 2015

EUR 50.-

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Zierenberg Abwesenheit Auf Zeit

Winnewisser, Rolf

Die Rache Des Ikon

on the occasion of an exhibition, „Ansätze zu einer aufgefächerten Darstellung einer zwischen Wort und Bild gefallenen Fiktion″, stapled, 20 not numbered pages, 29,5 x 21 cm, Luzern 1975

EUR 60.-

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Winnewisser Die Rache Des Ikon

Williams, Toby

Satchmo

images of the trumpet player and the accompanying text suggest the musician had sold his soul to the devil, sewn, 20 x 14,5 cm, 20 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 8.-

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Williams (Toby) Satchmo

Volcano Lovers From Iceland And Japan

published on the occasion of the exhibition with same title at Ise Cultural Foundation, with the participation of Icelandic and Japanese artists, curated by Birta Gudjónsdóttir and Shinya Watanabe, soft cover, 15 x 21 cm, 60 pages, New York 2009

EUR 8.-

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Volcano Lovers From Iceland And Japan

Unnar Örn

On The Specific Contribution Of Iceland And Icelandic Society To History Of Imperfection

hard cover in a slipcase, 18,5 x 25 cm, 142 not numbered pages, 15 signed and numbered special ed. this one is no.7/15, Reykjavik 2009

EUR 300.-

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Unnar Orn On The Specific Contribution Of Iceland And Icelandic Society To History Of Imperfection SE

Ulay

Life-Sized

a richly illustrated book with essays by Matthias Ulrich, Maria Bojan, Noah Charney, Raimar Stange, Dominik Johnson, Amelia Jones, Natalie Storelli, Rudolf Frieling, Lyle Rexer, Beate Söntgen, Sophie Duplaix, Thomas McEvilley and Vito Acconci, includes an interview with Ulay, edited by Matthias Ulrich, with a foreword by Philipp Demandt, text in German and English, soft cover, 28 x 22 cm, 288 pages, Leipzig 2016

EUR 41.-

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Ulay Life-Sized

Trashtown Magazine 60 The Attic

stapled, 20 not numbered pages, ed/22, 10,5 x 14,5 cm, Amsterdam 2017

EUR 6.-
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Trashtown Magazine 60 The Attic

Trashtown Magazine 61 Umbrellas

photographs of wind-torn and abandoned umbrellas, stapled, 24 not numbered pages and a centre fold-out page (Din A4 in colour), ed/22, 10,5 x 14,5 cm, Amsterdam 2018

EUR 6.-
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Trashtown Magazine 61 Umbrellas

Trashtown Magazine 62 Rain

not too good photocopies of photographs of rained on side walks and streets, stapled, 24 not numbered pages and a centre fold-out page (Din A4 with a b/w drawing), ed/22, 10,5 x 14,5 cm, Amsterdam 2018

EUR 6.-
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Trashtown Magazine 62 Rain


Trashtown Magazine 63 The Gloomy Exhibition

a text on the coming into existence of The Gloomy Exhibition at the Trashtown Art Gallery and documentary, gloomy, photographic material, stapled, 20 not numbered pages and a centre fold-out page (Din A4 with a b/w drawing), ed/22, 10,5 x 14,5 cm, Amsterdam 2018

EUR 6.-
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Trashtown Magazine 63 The Gloomy Exhibition


Tonnard, Elisabeth

Books And Editions

a catalogue of available books, with descriptions and illustrations and prices, stapled, 15 x 21 cm, 28 not numbered pages, (Leerdam) n.d.

EUR 9,00

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Tonnard Books And Editions

Thorkelsdóttir, Rúna

Calendar 2019

spiral-bound wall calendar with a flower motive print for each month, Din A5, (Amsterdam) 2018

EUR 12.-

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Thorkelsdottir Calendar 2019

Thorkelsdóttir, Rúna

Paperflowers Too

this book’s light-hearted and lively 222 full page floral images in colour in their amazing variety are reproductions of pages of the artist’s earlier work Paperflowers (since long out of print), soft cover, 224 not numbered pages, numbered/100, signed, Amsterdam 2018

EUR 110,00
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Thorkelsdottir Paperflowers Too

The Printed Book  A Visual History

on the occasion of a book exhibition, brief descriptions in Dutch and English of the displayed books in chronological order spanning the last 500 years, newspaper-like, 6 folded loose sheets, unfolded 41,5 x 60 cm, Amsterdam 2012

EUR 9,50
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The Printed Book A Visual History

Sulzer, Stefan

Rare Works On Rare Paper

drawings, stapled, 20,5 x 14,5 cm, 68 not numbered pages, numbered/100, 3rd edition, Stuttgart 2013

EUR 10.-
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Sulzer Rare Works On Rare Paper

Sulzer, Stefan

The Day My Mother Touched Robert Ryman

a book with more paper surface left white than one would see in most other books, what is black tells intriguingly of an encounter with a painting by R.R., soft cover, 17,5 x 11 cm, 154 not numbered pages, Stuttgart 2015

EUR 24.-
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Sulzer The Day My Mother Touched Robert Ryman

Solti, Tara (Ed.)

Au Nord De Quoi?

text and/or image contributions by Johan van Langhenhoven, Mark Brusse, Kathy Fox, Louis-Francois Delisse, Stephen Weir, Lucien et Josiane Suel, Gail Earnshaw, Roman-Jim Sévellec, Jean-Jacques Faussot, Ginette Litt, Camille Kairis, Paul Sanda, Volker Naumann, Umberto Maggioni, Christophe Cellier, Pierre de Carello, Trish O’Hare, Francis-Robert Corbara, William Brown, Jean Parsy, Jonathan Brannon, Malek Abbou, Brigitte Wallerand, Ildefonso Rodrigez, Francoise Favretto, Benoit Holliger, Jean-Yves Bériou, Isabelle Cellier, Alain-Pierre Pillet, Anne-Lise Dehée, Pierre Olivier, Johanna Fischer, Peter Overton, Jean Pierre Cretin, Michel Degand, Itzumi Matsuo, Dominique Quélen, Annie Maurer, Miguel Suarez, Cerutti, Laure Fardoulis, Jean Claude Dengremont, Glenn R. Priester, Michel Collet, Jean Francois Julliard, Claude Besson, Michel Valpremy, Gilles Maton, Catherine Thévenon, Jimmy Gladiator, Gilles Dezrozier, George Melly, Tony Earnshow, Les Coleman, Guy Girard, Alain Prillard, Florent Chopin, Jacques Ferry, Simon Messagier, Philippe Gain d’Enquin, Henri Ekman, Matthieu Messagier, Th. M., Tara Solti, soft cover, 100 pages, 27,5 x 21 cm, Lille 2007

EUR 25.-
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Solti Au Nord De Quoi

Sólveig

Land Einmannaleikans eftir Sólveigu

brief texts of poetic prose and 4 drawings, sewn, 24 not numbered pages, 15 x 10,5 cm, n.p. n.d.

EUR 7,50

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Solveig Land Einmannaleikans

Semah, Joseph

On Friendship (Collateral Damage) II  The Guardians Of The Door by Joseph Sassoon Semah

a collection of texts and photographs on the occasion of a series of art events by J.S, texts by himself and Linda Bouws, Paul Mosterd, Arie Hartog, Emile Schrijver, Egbert Dommering, Jan Voss, Maarten Doorman, Felix Villanueva, Rick Vercauteren, Margriet Schavemaker circling around his knowledge of Jewish traditions which he often finds unrecognized or corrupted in art works of time, soft cover, 160 pages, 29,5 x 21 cm, (Amsterdam) 2017

EUR 70,00
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Semah On Friendship (Collateral Damage) II The Guardians Of The Door

Schraenen, Guy

Vinyl  Records And Covers By Artists

a richly illustrated and neatly documented survey on the occasion of an exhibition covering the sixties and seventies of the last century, soft cover with dust jacket, 272 pages, 27 x 19 cm, Bremen 2005
EUR 70.-

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Schraenen Vinyl Records And Covers By Artists

Rots, Maarten

March & Rock Vol.10 Ambiguity

stapled photo zine, 21 x 15 cm, 16 not numbered pages, numbered/100, Amstelveen 2018

EUR 10.-
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Rots March and Rock Vol.10 Ambiguity

Rots, Maarten

March & Rock Vol.11 Convergence

stapled photo zine, 21 x 15 cm, 20 not numbered pages, numbered/100, Amstelveen 2018

EUR 10.-
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Rots March and Rock Vol.11 Convergence

(Roth, Dieter)

Gesammelte Interviews

36 interviews (including the marathon interview of a few days before the artist's death) on 648 pages, edited and with an epilogue by Barbara Wien and a text by Tomas Schmit, hard cover, 24,5 x 17 cm, London 2002

EUR 65.-

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Roth Gesammelte Interviews

Roth, William M.

Birdsong

"Birdsong was written in the late nineteen nineties, and is based almost entirely on incidents and characters from William Roth's life in Ireland. First published posthumously in 2015, this memorial edition is issued to celebrate the inaugeration of the William and Joan Roth Lecture at the University of Limerick begining in April 2017.With postscript by Simon Cutts and Erica Van Horn of anecdotal jottings of lives unduly passsed over, and the contribution of William and Joan Roth to the life of the arts in Ireland over a period of more than sixty years", soft cover, 17 x 12,5 cm, 164 pages, Clonmel 2017

EUR 15,50

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Roth (William M.) Birdsong

Romine, Aaron

Just To Cover The Cost Of Printing

"Part comparative mythology, part autobiography, Just to Cover the Cost of Printing (My First Coloring Book) is a graphic case study in psychological conditioning highlighting the uncanny parallels between the militant messianism of Jehovah’s Witness ecclesiastics and the hermeneutic delusions of State Department planners. And you can color it too!", risograph printed, stapled, 20 x 14 cm, 20 not numbered pages, Bressoux 2017

EUR 17,50
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Romine Just To Cover The Cost Of Printing

Perin, Romaine

Jails

a text (reproduced type-writer) with illustrations, stapled, 21,5 x 14 cm, 28 not numbered pages, New York City 1980

EUR 25.-

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Perin Jails

Myers, Rick

Untitled Document + Residue

b/w photographs capturing several stages of an art performance using ashes; print: the art work (or perhaps rather body painting) created, decay: the print has been smeared out, removal: the ashes are collected; comes with a small sample of the ashes used in the performance sealed in the cover, Subscription Editions #6 (SE#6), sewn, 20 x 15 cm, 22 not numbered pages, n.p. 2006-2008

EUR 18,00
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Myers Untitled Document Residue

Myers, Rick

Afterimages

for Douglas Blazek from R.M., 3 reproduced b/w drawings and 2 brief texts: one by Blazek, the other by Myers, sewn, 12 not numbered pages, 20,5 x 10,5 cm, n.p. 2010

EUR 12.-
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Myers Afterimages


Monsieur Roubignoles

The Kelsey Collection  Artforum 2004-2012

a satirical criticism of John Kelsey’s art criticism, newspaper-like, 8 loose sheets 57,5 x 84 cm unfolded, folded to 57,5 42 cm, n.p. n.d.

EUR 20.-
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Monsieur Roubignoles The Kelsey Collection Artforum 2004-2012

Mon, Franz

Visuelle Texte

15 reproduced visual poems in b/w, accompanied by a short afterword and an overview of exhibitions, in German, stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 16 not numbered pages, signed and numbered ed/70, (Köln) 1997

EUR 30.-

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Mon Visuelle Texte signed and numbered

Minderman-Grobben, Rieneke

Charlois Is Charlois

poems, translated into English by Johanna Monk and some of them in their original Dutch, handwritten format, soft cover, 15 x 9,5 cm, 80 pages, ed/100, Antwerpen 1976

EUR 11,50
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Mindermann-Grobben Charlois Is Charlois


MacKillop, Sara

1 Day Diary

each hour is depicted in a different graphic manner, soft cover, 15 x 10,5 cm, 48 not numbered pages, n.p. 2012

EUR 8.-

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MacKillop 1 Day Diary

MacKillop, Sara

50 Envelope Windows

50 different security patterns of envelopes scanned through the window of the envelope, soft cover, 29,5 x 21 cm, 58 not numbered pages, ed/300, London 2008

EUR 20.-
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MacKillop 50 Envelope Windows

MacKillop, Sara

Book Cover BBC Publication

a found book cover scanned and inverted into centre-spread. The staples are positioned as though it was still a book cover, stapled, 19 x 13 cm, 4 not numbered pages, Ipswich 2009

EUR 10.-
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MacKillop Book Cover BBC Publication

MacKillop, Sara

Catalogue

a found promotional catalogue for envelopes rephotographed to present the catalogue itself at the peak of its desirability, stapled, 21 x 16 cm, 24 not numbered pages, ed/250, n.p. 2012

EUR 10.-
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MacKillop Catalogue

MacKillop, Sara

Envelopes Midwinter

a fictional catalogue for series of envelopes using baroque ceilings as the security pattern, stapled, 21 x 14,5 cm, 20 not numbered pages, Malmo 2011

EUR 10.-

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MacKillop Envelopes Midwinter

MacKillop, Sara

Faded Paper

a document of some found pieces of faded paper, depicted before they were exhibited and continued to fade, stapled, 32 x 24 cm, 14 not numbered pages, ed/150, Bristol 2011

EUR 30.-
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MacKillop Faded Paper

MacKillop, Sara

House & Garden

a repeated House and Garden cover in negative and positive and a hidden repeat, stapled, 29,5 x 21 cm, 8 not numbered pages, n.p. 2012

EUR 10.-
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MacKillop House and Garden

MacKillop, Sara

IKEA Wardrobes

reimagining of the free wardrobes brochure available at IKEA using scans and downloaded images as a starting point, stapled, 29,5 x 21 cm, 36 not numbered pages, ed/100, n.p. 2017

EUR 12.-
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MacKillop IKEA Wardrobes

MacKillop, Sara

LapTop

images taken from print media promoting laptops, stapled, 29,5 x 21 cm, 24 not numbered pages, ed/200, n.p. 2016

EUR 12.-

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MacKillop LapTop

MacKillop, Sara

Loyalty Map

found loyalty cards scanned and created and made into a Map format to reflect the make up of central London, concertina format, folded 6,5 x 10 cm, unfolded 51 x 41 cm, ed/100, n.p. 2017

EUR 19.-

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MacKillop Loyalty Map

MacKillop, Sara

New Stationary Department

images scanned from stationery catalogues and creating show through compositions, stapled, 30 x 21 cm, 36 not numbered pages, n.p. 2013

EUR 10.-

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MacKillop New Stationary Department

Little Critic Pamphlet No.6  Utility Building

photographed by Erica Van Horn in February 1989, text in English, stapled, 15 x 10,5 cm, 16 not numbered pages, reprinted Clonmel 2017

EUR 7,50
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Little Critic Pamphlet No.6  Utility Building

Let´s Go Shopping

published on the occasion of the exhibition with the same title at Galerie Kaufhof with many participants, among: Rod Summers, Ann Noel, Gerhard Jaschke and Harmut Andryczuk, cards wrapped in a shopping-bag from paper, Kassel 1997

EUR 20.-
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Lets Go Shopping

Kurtz, Gerhard
Haus, Weg, Baum
65 beautifully printed b/w photographs subtly romanticising everyday situations, with a text by Christoph Schaden, hard cover with dust jacket, 120 not numbered pages, 21,5 x 15 cm, ed/500, signed, (Dortmund) 2007
EUR 52,00
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Kurtz Haus, Weg, Baum

Keusch, Beat

26 Jahre Visuelle Kommunikation

examples of 15 works from the areas of editorial design, signage, visual identity, German/English, soft cover, 24 x 17 cm, 94 pages, (Basel) 2018

EUR 20.-
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Keusch 26 Jahre Visuelle Kommunikation

Kessels, Erik et al.

Useful Photography #013

this issue focuses on photographs found on the internet taken maybe as a variation on the theme of selfies by men of their erect penisses in comparison to objects they hold next to them, soft cover, 238 not numbered pages, 30 x 21 cm, (Amsterdam) 2015

EUR 29.-
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Kessels et al. Useful Photography 013

Kessels, Erik

Human Zoo

E.K.’s intervention in the zoological museum of Riga with a series of his collected, found and re-appropriated images called ‘human zoo’. Images proving that we as humans don’t behave any less weird and strange than the animals the images are paired with, hard cover, 118 not numbered pages, 18,5 x 13,5 cm, Amsterdam 2004

EUR 20.-
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Kessels Human Zoo

Keppler, Christiane

Ebbe Flut

screen printed story, sewn, with dust jacket, 28 x 15 cm, 40 not numbered pages, Berlin 2017

EUR 40,50
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Keppler Ebbe Flut

Juliacks
Architecture Of An Atom  Codas
“this book is a tool, a performance, a poem, a story, a comic, a limit”, stapled, 32 not numbered pages, 15 x 10,5 cm, Malmö 2013
EUR 12,50
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Juliacks Architecture Of An Atom  Codas

Juliacks
Architecture Of An Atom  Epilogue  Dance Ballad  Compulsive Tribulations  A Circular Opera
to be looked at and read as a storyboard for an opera, soft cover, 64 not numbered pages, 24,5 x 16 cm, numbered/500, signed, n.p. 2016
EUR 28.-
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Juliacks Architecture Of An Atom  Epilogue  Dance Ballad  Compulsive Tribulations  A Circular Opera

Juliacks
Näkymättömiä Voimia  Invisible Forces
a graphic novella in colour, stapeled, 52 pages, 29,5 x 21 cm, text English and Finnish, numbered/500, (Finland) 2011
EUR 33,00
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Juliacks Nakymattomia Voimia  Invisible Forces

Huizer, Niels

Who The Cares Fucks

computer generated grotesquely funny little drawings, stapled, 20 not numbered pages, 14 x 10,5 cm,

EUR 8,50
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Huizer Who The Cares Fucks

Hoeven, Hanneke van der

Onder Water Heb Ik Hoogtevrees

screen printed story, sewn, with dust jacket, 21 x 30 cm, 28 not numbered pages, signed, n.d. Berlin

EUR 40,50
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Hoeven Onder Water Heb Ik Hoogtevrees

Heute Kunst Nummer 14-15 1976

Internationale Kunstzeitschrift, German/English, stapled, 52 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Mailand 1976

EUR 15.-
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Heute Kunst Nummer 14-15 1976

Heute Kunst Nummer 16 1976

Internationale Kunstzeitschrift, German/English, stapled, 44 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Mailand 1976

EUR 15.-
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Heute Kunst Nummer 16 1976

Heute Kunst Nummer 17-18 1977

Internationale Kunstzeitschrift, German/English, stapled, 52 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Mailand 1977

EUR 15.-
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Heute Kunst Nummer 17-18 1977

Hayward, Tony

Nine Portraits By Indian Street Photographers

the 9 portraits of the artist and an brief explanatory text, sewn, 24 not numbered pages, 12 x 10 cm, London 1998

EUR 6,50
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Hayward Nine Portraits By Indian Street Photographers

Hair, Ross

Avant-Folk: Publishing In The Vernacular

published on the occasion of an exhibition of books by Lorine Niedecker, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Jonathan Williams, Stewart Mills, Spike Hawkins, Simon Cutts, Erica Van Horn, Thomas Meyer, Ernest Matthew Mickler, Doris Ulman, with quotes and photographs, stapled, 28 pages, 21,5 x 14,5 cm, Norwich 2016

EUR 7,50
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Hair Avant-Folk Publishing In The Vernacular

Graf, Franz

Detail

on the occasion of 2 exhibitions, photos and design F.G., texts (German/English) by Otmar Rychlik, Burkhart Schmidt, text Robert Fleck (French), soft cover with dust jacket, 88 not numbered pages, 127, 5 x 21,5 cm, Vienna Paris 1994

EUR 45.-

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Graf Detail

Graf, Franz

WC.Feminino W.C.Masculino

on the occasion of the participation in 22nd Sao Paulo Biennial, photos and design F.G., texts (German, English Portuguese) by Brigitte Huck, Burkhart Schmidt, Davi Kopenawa Yanomami, soft cover with dust jacket, 88 not numbered pages, 127, 5 x 21,5 cm, Vienna 1994

EUR 45.-
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Graf W.C.Feminino W.C.Masculino

Gísladóttir, Arndís

Teikningar

38 teikningar, teikaðar með tússlitum og blekpenna, soft cover, 20 x 15 cm, 42 pages, numbered/100, n.p. n.d.

EUR 18,00
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Gisladottir Teikningar

Gibbs, Michael
Pages
pages from different books in various languages arranged by their page numbers, soft cover, 204 pages, 16,5 x 11,5 cm, numbered/100, signed, Amsterdam 1976
(price on request)
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Gibbs Pages

Geiger, Thomas

I Want To Become A Millionaire

a list of the names of those who bought for a euro a small, numbered and signed piece of paper with the the sentence of the title from the artist/publisher T.G. who finances his publishing enterprise with the money he earns as gifts from the public, stapled, 21 x 14,5 cm, 28 pages, Wien 2012

EUR 19,00
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Geiger (Thomas) I Want To Become A Millionaire

Geiger, Thomas

Bricks To Perform

“find enclosed this manual based on brick formations as they are made and un-made daily in the streets of Johannesburg. Consider it your guide to recreate these as potential sculptures in the streets of your city, or in the comfort of your home”, a series of 34 colour photographs documenting the various ways in which bricks can form spontaneous sculptures, with a note by the artist, produced on the occasion of ‘Retour de Paris’ at Stiftung Centre Culturel Franco-Allemand Karlsruhe, text in English, soft cover, 15 x 10,5 cm, 76 not numbered pages, ed/500, Wien 2017

EUR 9,50
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Geiger (Thomas) Bricks To Perform

Gagarin #17 2008

Content: The artists in their own words, in this issue contributions by Alexandra Mir, Peter Friedl, Sadaane Afif, Apichatpong Weerasathakul, Lee Bul, Danh Vo, Philip Meten, Adam Chodzko, soft cover, 104 pages, 22 x 16 cm, Antwerp 2008

EUR 16,00
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Gagarin 17 2008

GAAG The Guerrilla Art Action Group 1969 – 1976 A Selection

this reprint makes the documents available again of the actions of GAAG (Jean Toche, Jon Hendricks and others) during the late sixties/early seventies of last century, soft cover, 388 not numbered pages, New York Amsterdam Bremen 2011

EUR 38.-
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GAAG The Guerrilla Art Action Group 1969 - 1976 A Selection

Fucking Good Art #31 It’s Play Time

4 conversations avec/with Tijs Goldschmidt, Evelyne Reeves Joris Luyendijk, Zoë Gray, are we artists playing, working, or both?, soft cover, 18 x 11 cm, 160 pages, text in English and French, 2014

EUR 10.-

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Fucking Good Art 31

Flash Art No 64/65 May-June 1976

The International Arts Review, contains an additional folded sheet “Flash Art Special”, Italian/English, stapled, 92 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Milano 1976

EUR 15.-
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Flash Art No 64 65 May-June 1976

Flash Art No 66/67 July-August 1976

The International Arts Review, contains an additional folded sheet “Flash Art Special”, Italian/English, stapled, 72 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Milano 1976

EUR 15.-
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Flash Art No 66 67 July-August 1976

Flash Art No 68/69 October-November 1976

The International Arts Review, contains an additional folded sheet “Flash Art Special”, Italian/English, stapled, 64 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Milano 1976

EUR 15.-
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Flash Art No 68 69 October-November 1976

Flash Art No 70/71 January-February 1977

The International Arts Review, Italian/English, stapled, 80 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Milano 1977

EUR 15.-
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Flash Art No 70 71 January-February 1977

Flash Art No 72/73 March-April 1977

The International Arts Review, Italian/English, stapled, 84 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Milano 1977

EUR 15.-
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Flash Art No 72 73 March-April 1977

Flash Art No 74/75 May-June 1977

The International Arts Review, Italian/English, stapled, 84 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Milano 1977

EUR 15.-
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Flash Art No 74 75 May-June 1977

Flash Art No 76/77 July-August 1977 together with Heute Kunst Nummer 19 Jumi-Juli 1977

The International Arts Review, Italian/English, and Internationale Kunstzeitschrift, German/English, 2 magazines in one, stapled, 104 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Milano 1977

EUR 15.-
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Flash Art No 76 77 July-August 1977 together with Heute Kunst Nummer 19 Juni-July 1977

Flash Art No 80/81 February-April 1978 together with Heute Kunst Nummer 21 Februar-April 1978

The International Arts Review, Italian/English, and Internationale Kunstzeitschrift, German/English, 2 magazines in one, stapled, 88 pages, 33 x 24,5 cm, Milano 1977

EUR 15.-

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Flash Art No 80 81 February-April 1978 together with Heute Kunst 21 Februar April 1978

Eysink Smeets, Bart

Vogels En Lantaarnpalen Van Nederland

Nederland is a home of 463 bird species and 61 different sorts of street lamp posts, this book shows the unconventional relation between the bird and the object, soft cover in plastic dust-jacket, 21,5 x 16,5 cm, 102 not numbered pages, text in Dutch, Amsterdam n.d.

EUR 24.-
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Eysink Smeets Vogels En Lantaarnpalen Van Nederland

Eysink Smeets, Bart

De Tosti Fabriek

the book is cut into two books from corner to corner, that mirror each other, two books for one with the story of the tosti factory, the white pages resemble the bread, yellow the cheese and pink the ham, hard cover, 19,5 x 19,5 cm, 230 not numbered pages, text in Dutch, Amsterdam 2014

EUR 25.-
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Eysink Smeets De Tosti Fabriek

Edition Hansjörg Mayer

Publikaties Van De  Publikationen Der  Publications By

En Werk Van  Und Arbeiten Von  And Works By Edition Hansjörg Mayer

as part of an exhibition, with an illustrated introduction by Hans Locher + Kees Broos and examples of works by Siegfried Maser, Mathias Goeritz, Haraldo De Campos, John Willet, Klaus Burkhardt, Emmett Williams, George Brecht, Richard Hamilton, Robert Filliou, Hans Brög, Franz Mon, Andre Thomkins, Siegfried Cremer, Frieder Nake, Wolfgang Schmidt, Herman de Vries, Diter Rot, Reinhard Döhl, Peter Schmidt and works by Hansjörg Mayer, soft cover, 198 not numbered pages, 23 x 17 cm, Stuttgart Den Haag 1968

(price on request)
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Edition Hansjorg Mayer Publikaties Van De  Publikationen Der  Publications By

(Cutts, Simon)

I Prefer The Streams Of The Mountains To The Sea

the history of the poem laid out in a text by S.C. and with photo documents of its versions, stapled, 15 x 10,5 cm, 16 not numbered pages, (Clonmel) 2017

EUR 7,50
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Cutts I Prefer The Stream Of The Mountains To The Sea


Altin, Özlem

(no title mentioned)

reproduced b/w photographs and drawings and some text bits, stapled, 20 not numbered pages, n.p. 2005

EUR 9,50
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Altin no title mentioned

Young, Hwang Eun
The Black Dog Who Barked Twice
a comic story with crayon drawings, a human sneezes and a dog barks, stapled, 22 x 22 cm, 28 not numbered pages, text in Korean, n.p. 2015
EUR 14.-
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Young The Black Dog Who Barked Twice

Wheatley, Steve
Ten To One
a countdown from ten, the numbers are juxtaposed with common words or expressions that somehow incorporate the number in question, sewn, 9,5 x 10,5 cm, 26 not numbered pages, ed/170, n.p. n.d.
EUR 18,50
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Wheatley Ten To One

Uribe Cardenas, Andrés Felipe
Filtros De Poesía
a series of photographically reproduced coffee filters reduced in size with typewritten poems in Spanish on them, stapled, 10,5 x 15 cm, 28 not numbered pages, numbered/100, Bogota 2017
EUR 17.-
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Uribe Cardenas Filtros De Poesia

(Scha, Remko)
Album Pages
on the occasion of an exhibition, features what look like randomly chosen and distributed numbers on otherwise bare pages, stapled with a paper ribbon with printing information, 28,5 x 21 cm, 20 not numbered pages, ed/300, Nottingham 2017
EUR 30,00
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Scha Album Pages

Noro, David
Blue Blue Ternall
screen printed zine in several colours, miscellaneous scenes and images, with a printed, handwritten text in English on the back, sewn, 20,5 x 15 cm, 24 not numbered pages, numbered ed/14, Amsterdam 2018
EUR 22.-
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Noro Blue Blue Ternall

Liong-A-Kong, Ricardo + Fenneke ten Thij
Regina’s Kleurboek
digitally processed drawings and other images to be coloured in, sewn, 20 x 20 cm, 20 not numbered pages, numbered/30, signed, Hengelo 2018
EUR 18.-
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Liong-A-Kong Thij Reginas Kleurboek

Larkin, Jason + Jack Shenker
Platinum
“Platinum examines the environment in which the Marikana massacre of 2012 took place, as well as the physical and political context of the communities of South Africa’s platinum mining industry” photography by Jason Larkin, text (English) by Jack Shenker, 4 big photo-posters, folded in a cardboard cover 25,5 x 21,5 cm, stapled text booklet 21 x  15 cm, 40 not numbered pages, all held together by a rubber band in the middle, Johannesburg 2015
EUR 16.-
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Larkin Shenker Platinum

Kessels, Erik et al.
Useful Photography #014
this issue focuses on photographs taken to enable script continuity supervisors do their work, soft cover, 64 not numbered pages, 30 x 21 cm, (Amsterdam) 2018
EUR 29.-
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Kessels et al. Useful Photography 014

Juliacks
Architecture Of An Atom
a story and artwork modelled on the form of an atom, “[w]ith Architecture of an Atom, internationally recognized multi-disciplinary artist Juliacks brings her trans-media project to the print realm. Characterized by critics as a member of the immersive school of cartooning, she has sought to trouble the boundaries between fine art and comics throughout her career. A socially conscious, layered work in every sense of the word”, a graphic novel in colour, with an index of characters and an afterword by the author, hard cover, 296 not numbered pages, 28,5 x 18,5 cm, Minneapolis 2017
EUR 44,50
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Juliacks Architecture Of An Atom

Horst, Els ter
Stip
a little book featuring a comic story with line drawings which show how the protagonist deals, in various ways, with a spot that keeps intruding into the story until it is finally sealed away in a book, hard cover, 9 x 6,5 cm, 32 not numbered pages, signed, numbered/100, Amsterdam 2017
EUR 12.-
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Horst Stip

Eysink Smeets, Bart
30 x 30 cm
The building blocks of life turn out to be 30x30cm.
I found out 30x30cm is the most common standard size in the (metric system-using) world. Everything appears to fit together and the world seams to be build up out of practical building blocks. De neurotic need to organise everything seams satisfiable.
‘After some online research, I discovered it is actually possible to live a life using only products of 30x30cm. For example, you can prepare, eat and clean up a whole dinner using only products of 30x30cm.’
30x30cm is a project in which I try to re-categorise the physical world.
Used in the sculptures: pedestal, plant trolley, stool, cat scratch pole, concrete tile, sticker collecting book, glass showcase, pillow, plastic basket, kitchen cabinet, clock, cardboard packaging material, serving tray, pin board tile, decoration board, painting, felt folding box, filter foam for fishpond, small table, plant pot, coat rack, canvas, aluminum grid, styrofoam cube, tea towel, heat plate for chicks, scale, lampshade”, a 30 x 30 cm book featuring photographs of  rearranged objects measuring 30 x 30 cm ordered online, hard cover, 30 x 30 cm, 30 not numbered pages, signed ed/30, Amsterdam 2016
EUR 60.-
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Eysink Smeets 30 x 30 cm

Dungen, Jan van den + Anja Dütting + Mirjam Konijnenberg + Jo Santegoeds (Eds.)
Frá Íslandi  From Iceland
a catalogue accompanying a show of works by Dagmar Atladóttir, Boekie Woekie (Henriëtte van Egten, Rúna Thorkelsdóttir, Jan Voss), Helgi Thorgils Frídjonsson, Iris Elfa Fridriksdóttir, Pálina Gudmundsdóttir, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Bjarni Gunnarsson, Georg Gudni Hauksson, Brynjar Helgason, Helena Jónsdóttir, Svanborg Matthiasdóttir, Kadlin Olafsdóttir, Magnús Pálsson, Joris Rademaker, Hrafnkell Sigurdsson, Ingileif Thorlacius, Steini Thorsson, Thorvaldur Thorsteinsson, Stefán Axel Valdimarsson, Arna Valsdóttir, soft cover, 82 not numbered pages, 24 x 17 cm, includes a CD with more information/works of some of the participants, Schijndel 2018
EUR 18,50
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Dungen Fra Islandi From Iceland

Cruickshank, Adam
The Half-Asleep Pilgrim
“This book is the culmination of a project instigated at West Space in 2011 as a component of their Today Your Love series of curated exhibitions. A temporary reading library of over 350 books, catalogues, artist books, leaflets, flyers, albums, magazines, junk mails, print-outs and pedagogic ephemera were installed in a specifically designed and constructed book/display-case/workbench. This reading material was donated by 37 invited contributors and myself. During the three week exhibition period, I was resident at the gallery to catalog the library in order to form the pool of content which makes up this book: a synthesis of the library, a permanent aggregation of a temporary collection”, collaged print material from miscellaneous sources printed in b/w, soft cover, 23 x 15,5 cm, 140 not numbered pages, 2nd ed, Melbourne 2018
EUR 20.-
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Cruickshank The Half-Asleep Pilgrim 2nd.ed

Boeyw
Live Life
a figure’s quest for attaining immortality, inspired by a visit to Jurassic Park, by becoming a fossil backfires when the figure instead ends up as fossil fuel, text in English, stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 26 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.
EUR 12.-

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Boeyw Live Life

Babcock, Jeffrey
Cinébulletins Mai ’68  Reel To Reel
a story of post WWII counter culture history told by someone who doesn’t give his name – at least I don’t see it in the book – with an emphasis on underground movies, texts and images and several indexes, soft cover, 196 pages, 17,5 x 17,5 cm, (Amsterdam) 2018
EUR 10.-

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Babcock Cinebulletins Mai 68 Reel To Reel

Aëgerter, Laurence

Photographic Treatment

“This project explores the effects of images on people suffering from senile dementia, and particularly Alzheimer’s. Conducted in collaboration with neurologists, gerontologists and psychologists, this research aims to provide a therapeutic tool based on images, in order to improve the wellbeing of patients. Laurence Aëgerter’s work is based on recent scientific studies, which demonstrate that viewing images and manipulating printed photographs can have a positive impact on patients by stimulating their cognitive functions. The images are silkscreened with fragrances like soap, kummel and lavender.

Photographic Treatment © was produced thanks to the Nestlé Prize of the Grand Prix Images Vevey (Switzerland) and presented as international premiere at the Festival Images Vevey 2016. Photographic Treatment © also received the generous support of Zorgbalans; Amstelring; GGZinGeest; Stichting Art in Societies; Stichting Stokroos; Fonds Sluyterman van Loo; Stichting RCOAK; Pius-Stichting; BankGiro Loterij Fonds; Stichting VSBfonds; Huize Plantage; Stichting de Zaaier; Mondrian Fund; Fondation Beau Séjour, Vevey.

Scientific committee: Prof. Dr. Dick Swaab, Prof. Dr. Philip Scheltens, Prof. Dr. Rose-Marie Dröes, Dr. Debby Gerritsen, Dr. Frans Hoogeveen, Dr. Elsbeth de Ruijter, Dr. Anneke van der Plaats, Dr. Tom van Gestel.”, 5 vol., hard cover, each 62 not numbered pages, with 30 pairs of full page b/w printed photographs, each vol. 29,5 x 22 cm, Stockport 2017

EUR 60,00 (the 5 vol. together)

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Aegerter Photographic Treatment

Ayvalik, Havva
Ohne Symmetrie Keine Asymmetrie
a collection of 64 full-page photographs of architectural details arranged in such a way as to give the impression that the left and the right page could somehow be one image, soft cover, 21 x 15 cm, 64 not numbered pages, Essen 2017
EUR 16,50
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Ayvalik Ohne Symmetrie Keine Asymmetrie

Luca, Ghérasim
Comment S'en Sortir Sans Sortir
sleeve with a 56 min DVD of un recital télévisuel from 1988 (G.L. reciting 8 of his poems in a very sober setting) and a 30 pages booklet with the poems, (Genève) 2008
EUR 48.-
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AV Luca Comment Sen Sortir Sans Sortir


Vliet, Carlo van + Memet Özberk

Afgekeurde Boeken Het Verhaal Achter De Boeken

a witty collection of fictive book covers, each accompanied by a short account that outlines the reasons why they (would) have been rejected by publishers, for example: a self-help book for optimists that turns out to be impossible to get through, a book on action photography with bananas and many more, text in Dutch, soft cover, 23 x 15 cm, 146 pages, Bodegraven 2017

EUR 39.-
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Vliet Ozberk Afgekeurde Boeken Het Verhaal Achter De Boeken

Snoisiv

Snoisiv Haircut Hairdoes 6th

“Began as an answer to the urge need to discuss things, snoisiv spreads its shadow through the Rietveld Academie via students from any departments. Coming up every two months, snoisiv gathers all kind of approaches from words to poetry by giving freedom to who wants to deal with a certain theme. Always in a need of understanding the moment, snoisiv defines itself as a para-refractorian and para-militarian organisation and publication, created in 1995 and/or 1998. Today, it has become one of the most important publication in the field of global comprehension of the post-modern period and doing fun stuff”, this is issue no.6, Haircut/Hairdoes or A Brief Capillum History, with contributions by several artists all centred around haircuts and hairstyles, text in English, stapled, 30 x 21 cm, 34 not numbered pages, numbered/30, Amsterdam 2017

EUR 14.-
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Snoisiv Haircut Hairdoes 6th


Suzuki, Hiromi

Logbook

“I create collages every night before I fall asleep. On a small notebook, pages are almost full of collages. Creation makes me forget my sorrow and despair. When the work is finished I look up at the moon from my window. The moon also looks at the people floating on the pillow as vapor on the sea. I hope everyone will enjoy my pieces and have nice dreams”, a book of visual poems featuring collages reminiscent of Hannah Höch and Kurt Schwitters, occasionally interspersed with brief texts, soft cover, 23 x 15,5 cm, 90 pages, Bristol 2018

EUR 17.-

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Suzuki Logbook

Rens, Chantal

Common Sense Is A Hungry Bitch

many different images have been combined to create new, unusual and often hilarious scenes in this collection of collaged photographs, reproduced in full colour, offset printed, hard cover with dust jacket, 98 not numbered pages, 21,5 x 15 cm, numbered/500, monogrammed, (Tilburg) 2018

EUR 38,00
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Rens Common Sense Is A Hungry Bitch