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Meinzer, Dirk

Lächler

catalogue of 14 outstandingly reproduced intriguing visual works, stapled, 32 not numbered pages, 23 x 17 cm, Hamburg 2006

EUR 15,00

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Meinzer Lachler

Coleman, Les

(several different screen prints)

printed in black, size 25 x 29 cm, numbered/25, signed, 1996

each EUR 250.-

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Iannone, Dorothy

Doesn’t Everyone Make Mistakes In September?

b/w screen print, numbered/100, signed, (New York) n.d.

(price on request)

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NO!Art  Pin-Ups  Excrement  Protest  Jew-Art

the No!art activities by Boris Lurie + Seymour Krim, with contributions by Louis Aragon, Isser Aronovici, Dore Ashton, erje Ayden, Gregory Battcock, Herb Brown, Al Brunelle, Iris Clert, Fielding Dawson, Allan D’Arcangelo, De Hirsh Margules, Dov Or-Ner, Erro, John Fischer, Stanley Fisher, Gerard Gassiot-Talabot, Dorothy Gillespie, Esther Gilman, Augustus Goertz, Sam Goodman, Thomas B.Hess, Marcel Janco, Wolfgang Kahlke, Elmer L.Kline, Seymour Krim, Yaoi Kusama, Lean-Jacques Lebel, Boris Lurie, Mario De Micheli, Jack Micheline, Brian O’Doherty, Lil Picard, Harold Rosenberg,  Barry N.Schwartz, Arturo Schwarz, Paul Simon, Gertrude Stein, Micelle Stuart, Jean Toche, Wolf Vostell, Stella Waitzkin, Ray Wisniewski, Tom Wolfe, German and English, extensive section of b/w reproduction of works and documentation, soft cover, 20,5 x 14,5 cm, Berlin Köln 1988

EUR 29.-

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NO Art  Pin-Ups  Excrement  Protest  Jew-Art

Casey, Michael

Cindi’s Fur Coat

15 poems that can be read as short anecdotes from the office, with a cover illustration by  William Bolger, text in English, stapled, 14 x 21,5 cm, 46 not numbered pages, n.p. 2006

EUR 5,00

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Casey Cindis Fur Coat

Watier, Eric

Laatschap

folded sheet with a b/w photograph of a landscape with trees printed on the inside, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. n.d.

EUR 5.-

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Watier Laatschap

Watier, Eric

Latescape

folded sheet with a b/w photograph of a landscape with trees printed on the inside, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. n.d.

EUR 5.-
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Watier Latescape

Watier, Eric

Liberalism Is Barbarism

folded sheet with a b/w photograph of this sentence on a wall printed on the inside, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. n.d.

EUR 5.-

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Watier Liberalism Is Barbarism

Watier, Eric

Ma Maison Est Ta Maison

folded sheet with a b/w photograph of a house printed on the inside, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. 2004

EUR 5.-
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Watier Ma Maison Est Ta Maison

Watier, Eric

Merkwaardige Bouwkunst

10 folded sheets (held together with a rubber band), each with a different b/w photograph of buildings, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. n.d.

EUR 45.-

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Watier Merkwaardige Bouwkunst

Watier, Eric

Mijn Huis Is Jouw Huis

folded sheet with a b/w photograph of a house printed on the inside, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. n.d.

EUR 5.-

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Watier Mijn Huis Is Jouw Huis

Watier, Eric

Paysage

folded sheet with a b/w photograph of a landscape with trees printed on the inside, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. 2002

EUR 5.-

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Watier Paysage

Watier, Eric

Remarkable Architecture

10 folded sheets (held together with a rubber band), each with a different b/w photograph of buildings, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. n.d.

EUR 45.-

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Watier Remarkable Architecture

Watier, Eric

Un Livre Un Pli

folded sheet with these words on the cover and inside, 19 x 13,5 cm, 19 x 27 cm unfolded, n.p. n.d.

EUR 5.-
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Watier Un Livre Un Pli

NierghtravAOnWint’sIf A Teller

a book in 8 chapters and 4 dimensions edited by Simon Lewandowski, published on the occasion of an exhibition curated by Lewandowski as part of 24 SEVEN, a curatorial project of Gooden Gallery London, the premise of this particular exhibition was that “[e]ach artist will embed their work in the previous artists’; changing, incorporating or moving aside what is already in the space to develop a series of unfolding chapters each lasting one week and visible 24¹ hours a day from the street”, with text and image contributions by David Berridge, Wayne Clements, Cinzia Cremona, George Eksts, Anna Francis, Hugh Gilmour, Daniel Lehan, Nicholas and Wiebke Morgan, Richard Price, Barbara Ryan, and Ben Woodeson, text in English, soft cover, 21 x 15 cm, 80 pages, Leeds 2011

EUR 9.-

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NierghtravAOnWintsIf A Teller

Newman-Saul, Eliza

Everything Is Equally Familiar

A4 folded sheet of postcard material with 4 photographs of family holidays, divided in 4 postcard-sized sections by perforated tear lines, printed on the other side is a personal family history, 21 x 14,7 cm, n.p. 2008

EUR 7.-

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Newman-Saul Everything Is Equally Familiar

Mull, Carter

Skins (I'll Have a Double High Society on the Rocks)

“Spanning an idea over the course of a year, Mull starts with the work he did for the UCLA Hammer Museum’s first Venice Beach Biennial and tracks his interests through his discovery of a group of fashionable youth native to Los Angeles, where Mull is based. Starting from a stylistic affinity, Mull uses photography to make plastic connections between the kind of cultural bricollage of popular material evidenced in these digital flaneurs and a group of drawings he made over the course of the past two years”, art and fashion interact in this gathering of collected material, photographs, and art works, soft cover, 54 pages, 20,5 x 13 cm, ed/500, 2013

EUR 38,50
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Mull Skins Ill Have a Double High Society on the Rocks

Laser Smiles

by Piet Langeveld and Daniel Wong, a series of digitally edited images of smiling silhouettes and laser beams,  stapled, 21,5 x 14 cm, 26 not numbered pages, numbered/15, 2011

EUR 12.-

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Laser Smiles

Kyack, Joel

Breaking Point

“A collection of images from Joel Kyack's archive of wrestling magazines with a brief introduction written by Kyack on the similarities between art and professional wrestling”, text in English, soft cover, 60 pages, 22 x 15 cm, ed/500, Los Angeles 2013

EUR 19,50
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Kyack Breaking Point

Kennon, Brian

(Tennis) With Lisa Lapinski

another altered catalogue, this one featuring cut out photographs of tennis players in action covering the contents of a catalogue from an exhibition of works by Lisa Lapinski, soft cover, 64 pages, 28 x 19 cm, n.p. n.d.

EUR 18.-
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Kennon Tennis With Lisa Lapinski

Kahn, Stanya

Die Laughing

“Die Laughing is a collection of drawings Kahn created over the course of two years. Some were made for the book, some for exhibitions, some as sketches on the way to other works, and some almost made it into the trash”, witty drawings featuring - among other things – witches, snakes, and naughty bits, soft cover, 170 pages, 22 x 15 cm, ed/300, Los Angeles 2016
EUR 37,50

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Kahn Die Laughing

Green, Matthew Clifford

Idea Car

“Idea Car is a collection of text works made by LA-based artist Matthew Clifford Green. Shortly after being evicted from his studio in 2014, Green began making these drawings as brief notes, jokes and moments intended as ideas for future paintings. Little by little the drawings piled up in a paint-splattered shoe box where they sat for two years …  In artists’ book form, the collected drawings can be viewed as an absurdist narrative, one-liner poems, or textual free jazz”, reproduced handwritten texts in English, soft cover, 144 pages, 23 x 15,5 cm, ed/500, Los Angeles 2016
EUR 21,50

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Green (Matthew Clifford) Idea Car

Glass Coffin

“Our mirror is the mask. Submerge your humanity into our vat of faraway. For a new holiday demands a new Hamlet. It is the only grocery direction this disc jockey art can take. Leave all smell. Destroy any face. Do not entangle your roundabout logic. BRING THE SUBTEXT TO THE FOREFRONT”, a new novel for a new age by Alex Brekke and Daniel James Healy, text in English, soft cover, 17,5 x 10,5 cm, 254 pages, signed and numbered/111, n.p. 2010

EUR 14.-

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Glass Coffin

Horst, Els ter

t Draadje

book with line drawings in which thin black threads are substituting some lines playing an important role, hard cover, signed, zesde druk, ed/60, Amsterdam 2010

EUR 45,00

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Horst t Draadje

Making Do  No 1 2008

The Translation Issue, “Making Do is an independent publication that focuses on methods of creative production. In every issue we work on a particular methodology, a way of knowing and producing, a tool. Our attempt is to explore a process or/and a system of creative production in order to open it up, rather than pin it down or deal with it as a theme.”, this issue provides an exploration of translation as a creative process through the reflections of several authors on the subject, soft cover, 26 x 21 cm, 56 not numbered pages, London 2008

EUR 12,00

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Making Do  No 1 2008

Williams, Emmett

reads and performs My Life In Flux - And Vice Versa

illustrated advertisement booklet for the 16 VHS tapes recorded 1992 of E.W. reading/re-enacting his great book, stapled, 12 pages, 21 x 15 cm, Berlin 1992

EUR 10.-

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Williams (Emmett) reads and performs My Life In Flux - And Vice Versa

Maroto, David

7 Masks

soft cover, with collaged photographs presented as a leporello, 31 x 11 cm, open 240 cm, comes with a mp3 player with a sound track in a blue paper bag, numbered/100, signed

(price on request)

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Maroto 7 Masks

Maroto, David

A Dream_Teeth

soft cover, with collaged photographs presented as a leporello, 31 x 11 cm, open 330 cm, comes with a mp3 player with a sound track in a red paper bag, numbered/100, signed

(price on request)

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Maroto A Dream Teeth

Faustino, Maria

Chorégraphies Nomades Et Étriquées (2010-2011)

photographs of a performance by M.F. at various locations, centred around four similar-looking words, text in French, stapled, 27,5 x 19,5 cm, 28 not numbered pages, ed/80, editions Acquaviva 9, Paris 2011

EUR 23,50

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Faustino Choregraphies Nomades Et Etriquees 2010-2011

Lemmens, Byrthe

Licence To Travel

ten different postcards in an envelope,

EUR 14.-

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CRU 1 Contemporary Radical Underground
CD and DVD, first issue of Frédéric Acquaviva and La Plaque Tournante's audio / video hybrid magazine, including a CD with music by Frédéric Acquaviva and Phill Niblock, a DVD with performances by Tomomi Adachi, Bernard Heidsieck, Katherine Liberovskaya, Jacques Lizène, Alvin Lucier, Loré Lixenberg, and Alex Mincek, posters, documents, and access to online content, French edition, 32 x 30 cm, ed/470, Berlin 2015
EUR 24.-
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AV CRU 1 Contemporary Radical Underground

CRU 2 Curated Renegade Unidentified
CD and DVD, The second issue of Frédéric Acquaviva and La Plaque Tournante's audio / video hybrid magazine includes documents on Trevor Wishart, Denis Dufour, Hém-Ish, Ione, Broutin, François Poyet, Johannes Kreidler, Gil J Wolman at work, a film by Frédéric Acquaviva on the late Pauline Oliveros, Silva Gabriela Béju on Henri Chopin and the magazine OU, a set of posters and postcards, and access to online content, French edition, 32 x  30 cm, ed/470, Berlin 2016
EUR 36.-
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Lixenberg, Loré
The Afternoon Of A Phone
CD-case with a prepaid phone sim card to call Loré Lixenberg and get a live, unique and private listening of her composition, 33 copies signed and numbered only, Berlin 2014
EUR 79.-
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AV Lixenberg The Afternoon Of A Phone

Acquaviva, Frédéric
O (E) UVRE (1990)
CD, with Mark Knoop on the piano, for his first ever conceptual piece from 1990, Frédéric Acquaviva collaborated with Australian pianist Mark Knoop on the recording of all harmonic frequencies using only the damper pedal of a piano, ed/100, London 2015
EUR 12.-
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AV Acquaviva OEUVRE 1990

Acquaviva, Frédéric

Aatie (opéra-monde)

for mezzo-soprano, voices, instrumental ensemble, electronics and videos; an experimental composition in which various mediums come together and which heavily features spoken or recited utterances in many different languages, (with a DVD, with no sound, to synchronise, or not, with the CD), total running time of 40’26”, CD and DVD in a cover, 19 x 14 cm, Berlin 2012

EUR 24.-

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AV Acquaviva Aatie opera-monde

Acquaviva, Frédéric

Kiss Music

a piece “for the 2 singing and digitalized tongues of Frédéric Acquaviva and Loré Lixenberg [from the cycle The 120 Days of Musica]. Two persons kiss and sing at the same time through each other’s mouth’s natural amplifier. The use of unison or octaves is strictly forbidden, therefore performers have to keep changing pitches in order to avoid the destruction of personality like in plain chant”, recorded at EMS, Stockholm, December 2015, the first QR-Code EP which the listener can scan with a smartphone (listeners without a smartphone are directed to Soundcloud), comes in a paper sleeve (18 x 18 cm) which is in turn enclosed in a plastic sleeve (19 x 19 cm), ed/100, Berlin 2016

EUR 53.-

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AV Acquaviva Kiss Music

Acquaviva, Frédéric

Musique Cabalistique #10

xp Beijing 14-06-2014, a folded poster featuring photographs of various people listening to Acquaviva’s Musique Cabalistique at xp in Beijing, 74 x 42 cm unfolded, ed/100, Berlin 2014

EUR 12.-

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Acquaviva, Frédéric

Musique Cabalistique #11

La Plaque Tournante Berlin 06-08-2014, a folded poster featuring photographs of various people listening to Acquaviva’s Musique Cabalistique at La Plaque Tournante in Berlin, 78 x 84 cm unfolded, ed/100, Berlin 2014

EUR 12.-

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Acquaviva, Frédéric

Musique Cabalistique #12

Tate Modern, the Turbine Hall London 24-05-2015, “musique cabalistique, composed in 2012, is the piece I’m working on, in its unfinished and evolutive state, listened by one person at a time, they hear a fragment of variable duration that they will be the only one to have heard. When I am not composing a sound piece … and musique cabalistique is performed …, then listeners watch the photos of the previous listeners, or are watching the watchers …”, a folded poster featuring photographs of various people listening to Acquaviva’s composition at the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern, 59 x 83 cm unfolded, ed/100, London 2015

EUR 12.-

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Nuesink, Annamiek

(set of postcards)

three different postcard portfolios each with 5 different postcards

EUR 6,50

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PR Nuesink set of postcards

Decodeunicode – Bmp Map  51,980 Characters

the worlds writing systems compliant with Unicode 5.0, folded up in transparent plastic sleeve 28 x 13 cm, unfolded 143 x 108 cm, Mainz 2007

EUR 22.-

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Bernis, Clément

5 Cards OUD-AMSTERDAM

5 line drawings, or rather caricatures, of people in Amsterdam, set held together by a red piece of string, printed on different colour stock, 14 x 9,5 cm,

EUR 6,50

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Sondern 2

compiled by D. Schwarz, contributors: Attersee, Kaltenbeck, Rainer, Priessnitz, Voss, Steiger/Wiener, Wasmuth, Iannone, Hamilton, Roth, Williams, Thomkins, Winnewisser, Disler

PERIODICAL numbered/500, Berlin 1977

EUR 65.-

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Sondern 2

Van Horn, Maureen

News In Haiku

“Selection of haiku from the banner heading of the second section of the Concord Monitor, Concord, New Hampshire. These seventeen syllable forms encapsulate items of current news that may well be covered elsewhere in the newspaper by more extended description. This book is a collection of some of those haiku to date, a celebration of their range and task”, 12 reproduced banner headings from a local newspaper featuring haiku by M.V.H., hard cover, 15 x 11 cm, 32 not numbered pages, numbered/100, (Clonmel) 2017

EUR 15.-
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Van Horn (Maureen) News In Haiku

The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #1
in this issue: The Comparative Anatomy of Angels by Doctor Mises (Gustav Theodor Fechner), with a portrait of the author by Adam Dant, followed by Charles Filiger by Alfred Jarry, and an extract from The Book of the Astrolabe by Robert Irwin, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 64 pages, numbered/301, London 2010
EUR 20.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics 1

The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #10
in this issue: On Pataphysical Equivalence, edited by Thieri Foulc, Dominique Lacaze and Alastair Brotchie, with translations by François Naudin and portraits by Magnus Irvin, this issue doubles a Fascicle 7 of the DDT (Department of Dogma & Theory) with works based on a special issue of the Correspondancier, with extracts from Chris Kenny’s ‘Fig.1’, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 124 pages, numbered/299, London 2014
EUR 24.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics 10

The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #11
in this issue: Characteristics Particular to the European Elephant by Pascal Varejka, Regent of Elephantology at the Collège de 'Pataphysique, translated by Florence Uniacke,  accompanied by over 80 illustrations, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 98 pages, numbered/366, London 2015
EUR 23.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics 11

The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #12
in this issue: a Prolegomenon, followed by Disquisition on the Difficulty of Communicating With the Dead by Giorgio Manganelli, translated by John Walker, "Conversations With Death" by Victor Hugo (translation by John Harman), texts by Oscar Wilde, Donald Parsnips, Simeon Edmunds and Andrew Lanyon, accompanied by inkblots by Peter Blegvad, and examples from The Ghosts of My Friends by Adam Dant, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 138 pages, numbered/299, London 2016
EUR 23.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics 12

The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #13
in this issue: An Exhibition of Non-Painted Paintings by Thieri Foulc, translated from the French by Chris Allen, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 120 pages, numbered/333, London 2016
EUR 23.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics 13

The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #3
in this issue: The Bleaching Stream, a transcription in five chapters of a conversation between Peter Blegvad and Kevin Jackson about the former’s life and work, accompanied by illustrations by P.B., several photographs and 3 full-colour plates, text in English, soft cover, 23,5 x 16 cm, 80 pages, numbered/301, London 2011
EUR 31.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics 3

The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #4
in this issue: "Sonnet in x" by Stéphane Mallarmé, translated by Stanley Chapman, Exegesis of the Word Ptyx by Irénée-Louis Sandomir, translated by Dennis Duncan, and extracts from Mallarmé’s letters, frontispiece design by Peter Blegvad, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 20 pages, numbered/301, London 2011
EUR 9.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics 4

The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #5

in this issue: A Chronological Pantheon of Pataphysics, which consists of a large (83 x 118 cm) drawing by Adam Dant portraying 150 famous and not so famous pataphysicians along with their pithy utterances, folded and sealed in a printed sleeve, plus a booklet by Alastair Brotchie expanding a little on the reasons for their selection, “This commentary, provided with illustrational material itself, and the exemplary ubumorphic diagram, combine to offer an infographic approach to understanding Pataphysics in the historical context”, the whole contained in a purpose-made envelope with an institutional sticker, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 17 cm, 36 pages, numbered/499, London 2011

EUR 23.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #6
in this issue: The Rebel, a previously unpublished film script by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson for the film by and with Anthony Hancock, “No script for this film has been published and there are significant differences here with the film as released, including a number of scenes that were cut. Illustrated with reconstructions of Hancock's artworks by members of the LIP as featured in the group exhibition held ten years ago”, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 126 pages, numbered/455, London 2012
EUR 23.-
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The Journal Of The London Institute Of Pataphysics #8/9
double issue, in issue 8:  Albus Liber I: Exploits and Opinions of John White, Composer, which “presents a detailed survey from B-Y of the career, influences and reflections of pianist and prolific composer (to the Institute, as well) John White”, compiled and authored by Dave Smith, with an introduction by Gavin Bryars and contributions by many authors, accompanied by numerous illustrations, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 86 pages, numbered/303, London 2014
in issue number 9: Albus Liber II: The Music of John White, which “is a companion to the previous issue and contains notes by White on a number of his compositions in the form of track listings (a couple of CDs are duly included)“, track listings and 2 CDs with a combined running time of over 140 minutes, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 16 cm, 8 pages, numbered/303, London 2014
EUR 45.-
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Three New York DADAS And The Blind Man

the story of the triangular relationship between Marcel Duchamp, Henri-Pierre Roché and Beatrice Wood in New York in 1917, “The main text here is the first English translation of Roché’s “novel” Victor, an account of his friendship with Duchamp (nicknamed Victor by his close friends at that time). Although unfinished, Roché’s text offers a unique first-hand account of New York Dada, all of whose principal characters and events duly make an appearance: Francis Picabia, Arthur Cravan, the Arensbergs and their soirées, the Blind Man’s Ball and the scandal of Duchamp’s Fountain and its rejection from the Independents exhibition, a pivotal moment in modern art. There are also interesting insights into the sexual politics of the period, when a woman could be arrested, or blackmailed, for spending the night with a man to whom she was not married. Victor is followed by a complete facsimile of the Dada magazine produced by these three: The Blind Man, the second issue of which was devoted to the controversy surrounding the Fountain. Beatrice Wood’s account of these events is taken from her memoirs”, with an introduction and commentary by Dawn Ades, text in English, hard cover, 23,5 x 17,5 cm, 176 pages, Eclectics & Heteroclites 14, London 2013

EUR 25.-

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Three New York DADAS And The Blind Man

Stokhof, Joost

A Couple Of Days In Rome

a booklet with drawings documenting scenes in Rome, with a loose, cut out print of a classical column with a nesting bird on top inserted between the pages, comes in an envelope (23 x 16,5 cm) together with a folded print (29,5 x 41,5 cm unfolded), stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 12 not numbered pages, numbered/40, n.p. 2017

EUR 12.-

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Stokhof A Couple Of Days In Rome

Segalen, Victor
Journey To The Land Of The Real
”Victor Segalen (1878-1919) was a doctor and archaeologist who travelled extensively in Polynesia and China. He was also a great poet, and as befits an admirer of Gauguin and Rimbaud, the journey made in this, his last and most important work, is not so much between points on a map, as between the imagined and the real. Journey to the Land of the Real (Equipée in French) is “not a poem about a journey, nor is it the travel diary of a wanderer’s dream”. In fact, it is the summation of the author’s life as both traveller and poet, and a summation all the more surprising because he was to die in highly mysterious circumstances soon after it was written“, translated by Natasha Lehrer, text in English, hard cover, 136 pages, 19,5 x 17,5 cm, Atlas Anti-Classics 23, London 2016
EUR 22.-
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Segalen Journey To The Land Of The Real

Ray, Jean
Malpertuis
“A manuscript stolen from a monastery; the ancient stone house of a sea-trading dynasty, which may be haunted. These are familiar ingredients for a Gothic novel. But something far more strange and disconcerting is taking place within the walls of Malpertuis as the relatives gather for the impending death of Uncle Cassave. The techniques of H.P. Lovecraft, when transplanted into the suffocating Catholic context of a Belgium scarred by the inquisition, produce in Jean Ray’s masterpiece a story of monumental intensity from which events of brilliant ferocity break the surface without ever lessening the suspense as we are carried towards the tale’s apocalyptic denouement. Terrifying, all-absorbing; this novel is one of the most celebrated examples of the modern gothic genre in Europe and should have been available in English years ago”, translated from the French and introduced by Iain White, text in English, soft cover, 172 pages, 19 x 17 cm, Atlas Anti-Classics 5, London 1998
EUR 20.-
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Ray Malpertuis

Pedrina, Bianca

Architekturfotografie

colour photographs of cityscapes and architectural features that capture and reveal hidden details, accompanied by essays by Salome Bessenich and Ines Goldbach, and an interview with the author, published on the occasion of an exhibition at Kunsthaus Baselland, edited by Ines Goldbach, design by Astrid Seme, translated by Aoife Rosenmeyer, text in German and English, soft cover, 17 x 12 cm, 64 numbered pages, ed/500, Wien 2017

EUR 12.-

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Pedrina Architekturfotografie

Pataphysical Letters
reproduced correspondence between René Daumal and Julien Torma, a few of these letters appeared in 4 Dada Suicides, this is the totality of their correspondence together with a letter from Torma to Jean Montmort, translated by Dennis Duncan and Terry Hale, text in English, soft cover, 18 x 11,5 cm, 26 pages, numbered/366, nr. 6 in the series of ‘Departmental Papers Of The LIP Department Of Dogma And Theory’, London 2012
EUR 12.-
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Pataphysical Letters

Noterdaeme, Filip

Growl And Other Poems

poetic works including a reworking of the famous poem ‘Howl’ by Beat poet Allen Ginsberg, which has been turned into “a stark reflection of the present”, with an introduction by Lisa Jarnot and an afterword by the author, text in English, stapled, 16 x 12 cm, 54 pages, ed/200, Paris 2015

EUR 12.-

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Noterdaeme Growl And Other Poems

Molaf Incarnation

by Lewis and Taggart, is the second published work by the The Museum Of Longing And Failure and comprises a short story and series of paper collages both based on the first fifty artworks acquired by the Molaf, hard cover, 20,5 x 14,5 cm, 128 not numbered pages, ed/500, 2016

EUR 28.-

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Molaf Incarnation

Molaf Variations

by Lewis and Taggart, this is the first published work by the The Museum Of Longing And Failure, over the course of the book, the acronym Molaf is reformulated eighty-eight times in an exhaustive attempt at reinvention, hard cover, 20,5 x 14,5 cm, 144 not numbered pages, ed/500, 2010

EUR 28.-

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Molaf Variations

Melly, George
Don´t Tell Sybil
Don’t Tell Sybil is a supplementary volume of autobiography which treats in more detail Melly’s youthful and long-lasting attraction to Surrealism, and his equally lengthy friendship with the contradictory character who headed up the English Surrealist group: E.L.T. Mesens. Their adventures and vicissitudes form the core of this book (adventures ELT was keen should not get back to his wife, Sybil, hence the book’s title). Mesens was a perfect subject, an extravagant prankster who could nevertheless be as punctilious and stingy as the most respectable bourgeois. Anecdotes of the artists who showed at Mesens’s gallery — especially Schwitters and Magritte — pepper the narrative, a hugely affectionate memoir by a character who was truly larger than life…
This new edition is augmented with previously unpublished photographs relating to Melly and to English Surrealism”, text in English, hard cover, 224 pages, 19,5 x 17,5 cm,  Atlas Anti-Classics 20, London 2013
EUR 24.-
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Melly Dont Tell Sybil

Manderlová, Magdaléna

In April 2016

a fanzine based on the notes and diaries of the author, short texts and b/w analogue photographs documenting a tour around Europe, text in English, soft cover, stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 64 not numbered pages, ed/40, (Trondheim) 2017

EUR 12.-

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Manderlova In April 2016

Leiris, Michel
Mirror Of Tauromachy
“Michel Leiris (1901-1990) was a poet, novelist, and ethnographer. After leaving the Surrealist group, he was associated with Jean-Paul Sartre and Georges Bataille. It was with the latter, and with the artists André Masson and Pablo Picasso, that Leiris acquired his enthusiasm for the bullfight. Mirror of Tauromachy is his summation of this life-long passion.
He considers the bullfight in all its mythological and sociological significances, as a form of sacrifice and sacred ceremony, as a means of directly immersing oneself in a world of tragedy, and as an initiation in which the bullfight is the erotic mirror that reveals certain dark parts of ourselves", translated by Paul Hammond, with illustrations by André Masson, text in English, soft cover in a sleeve, 80 pages, 21,5 x 12 cm, Eclectics & Heteroclites 7, London 2007
EUR 25.-

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Leiris Mirror Of Tauromachy

Lefebvre, Antoine

(Japanese ideogram for book)

those pictures were posted on social media between June 19 and July 20, 2016 on the occasion of a residency at the Palais des Paris in Takasaki Japan, the form of this publication was inspired by Sol Lewitt´s Photo Grids (1977), stapled, 21 x 21 cm, 12 not numbered pages, 2016

EUR 12.-

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Lefebvre Japanese ideogram for book

Kennon, Brian

Thank Christ For The Bomb

from the series of altered Vienna Secession Catalogues, this one is from the 2007 exhibition “Moods” by Tom Burr, the title of the book is from the 1970 album by The Groundhogs which was repeatedly played during the scanning and layout process of the book, soft cover, 28 x 22 cm, 50 not numbered pages, ed/500, Los Angeles 2012

EUR 42.-
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Kennon Thank Christ For The Bomb

Kennon, Brian

Altered Secession Catalogue Michael Krebber

from the series of altered Vienna Secession Catalogues, this one from the exhibition 2005 from Michael Krebber, altered facsimile, soft cover, 28 x 22 cm, 60 not numbered pages, text in English and German, n.p. n.d.

EUR 42.-

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Kennon Altered Secession Catalogue Michael Krebber

Kennon, Brian

Altered Secession Catalogue Christopher Wool

from the series of altered Vienna Secession Catalogues, this one is from the exhibition 2001 from Christpher Wool, a collection of dissected and altered C. Wool paintings, remade into Misfits song titles, Minutemen song lyrics and other paintings C.Wool never made but Kennon thought he should have, two different versions available, soft cover, 30 x 21 cm, 42 not numbered pages, text in English and German, n.p. n.d.

EUR 42.-

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Kennon Altered Secession Catalogue Christopher Wool 2 versions

Jarry, Alfred

Three Early Novels

“This second volume of the Collected Works presents three early novels: Days and Nights, a semi-autobiographical novel whose protagonist deserts everyday life by all means available — dream, drugs, hallucination and a strange erotic quest: the pursuit of “The Double" Exploits and Opinions of Doctor Faustroll, Pataphysician, Jarry’s masterpiece, in which ’Pataphysics, the science of imaginary solutions, is presented and applied. Absolute Love, the strangest of Jarry’s novels, in which he explores an entirely new dramatic scenario, “the discovery that one’s mother is a virgin", translated and introduced by Alastair Brotchie, Paul Edwards, Alexis Lykiard and Simon Watson Taylor, text in Engish, soft cover, 304 pages, 19 x 17 cm, Atlas Anti-Classics 9, London 2006

EUR 26.-
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Jarry Three Early Novels

Hardardóttir, Eygló

Sculpture

in Eygló’s artbook we find a natural bridge between an object of art and printed matter. This is seen in Eygló’s aim to merge awareness of material, composition and colour layers with the possibilities of changeable book form, sewn, 30 x 24 cm, 16 not numbered pages, numbered and signed ed/200, Reykjavík 2016

EUR 66.-

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Hardardottir Sculpture

Gudmundsson, Kristján

Recent Works By Kristján Gudmundsson

on the occasion of an exhibition in Sweden, many reproduced works and the text “The Landscape Of Becoming” by Tom Sandqvist in English and Swedish, soft cover, 22 x 28 cm, 46 pages, Stockholm 1992

EUR 30.-

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Gudmundsson (Kristjan) Recent Works By Kristjan Gudmundsson

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

(Floupette, Adoré)
The Deliquescences Of Adoré Floupette
“A collection of Decadent poems, with an extended Life of the Poet, which was published originally in 1885, only for it to become apparent in short order that it was in fact a literary hoax and the confection of the two minor poets Henri Beauclair and Gabriel Vicaire. The book soon garnered a reputation for the quality of its parody, for successfully hoodwinking some critics and for entertaining those in on the joke, and is today recognised both as one of the earliest exemplars of the genre of hoax writings, and as a key contemporary work for all those interested in the French literature of the 1890s”, transalated by Stanley Chapman, with an afterword by Paul Edwards, text in English, soft cover in a sleeve, 80 pages, 21 x 12 cm, ed/1000, Eclectics & Heteroclites 4, London 2007
EUR 25.-
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Floupette The Deliquescences Of Adore Floupette

Ernst, Joseph

(newspaper with Russian name)

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 38 x 29 cm, 24 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-

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Ernst newspaper with Russian name

Ernst, Joseph

CORREIO Da Manha

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 38 x 29 cm, 52 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-

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Ernst Correio Da Manha

Ernst, Joseph

Corriere Della Sera

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 38 x 29 cm, 40 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-

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Ernst Corriere Della Sera

Ernst, Joseph

Die Zeit

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 52 x 38 cm, 16 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-
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Ernst Die Zeit

Ernst, Joseph

EL PAIS

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 38 x 29 cm, 20 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-
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Ernst El Pais

Ernst, Joseph

Le Monde

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 46,5 x 31 cm, 12 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-

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Ernst Le Monde

Ernst, Joseph

NRC Handelsblad

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 38 x 29 cm, 20 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-

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Ernst NRC Handelsblad

Ernst, Joseph

The New York Times

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 56 x 31 cm, 20 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-

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Ernst The New York Times

Ernst, Joseph

The Sun

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 38 x 29 cm, 52 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-

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Ernst The Sun

Ernst, Joseph

The Times

a reconstructed newspaper with no news and no photos, only the paper’s name and an empty layout grid with lines marking the columns and areas in soft colours, the paper’s name on the frontpage, 38 x 29 cm, 64 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 39.-

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Ernst The Times

Desnos, Robert

Liberty Or Love! Mourning For Mourning

“Mystery, the marvellous, the city of Paris transmuted by love, and Sanglot the Corsair’s pursuit of the siren Louise Lame: these are the essential ingredients of this masterpiece of early Surrealism. It was originally published in 1924 to immediate and lasting acclaim — except from the public authorities who immediately censored whole sections (here restored).

How describe a novel of such virtuosity and bravura, which never behaves as one would expect? Characters appear and vanish according to whim and desire, they walk underwater”, text in English, hard cover, 176 pages, 19 x 17 cm, Atlas Anti-Classics 16, London 2012

EUR 23.-
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Desnos Liberty Or Love Mourning For Mourning

Carrión, Ulises

Poesías

poetic works, printed on different stock, reprint of the book from 2007 somewhat diminished in size, soft cover, 18,5 x 15,5 cm, 196 not numbered pages, Mexico City 2015

EUR 46.-

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Carrion Poesias

Corra, Bruno
Sam Dunn Is Dead

Sam Dunn is Dead, described by its author as a “Futurist Novel”, was first published in book form by Filippo Marinetti’s Edizioni Futuriste. However, one will search in vain for any mention of this work in anthologies or histories of Futurism. . . . Not only is Sam Dunn funny, despairing, cerebral and ludicrous, it also traces a history of the modern spirit. Its eponymous hero, a poet in languid 1890s mould, unleashes a thoroughly contemporary apocalypse upon the world. Subsequent chapters could be taken for Dadaist or Surrealist texts (but written a decade before their time), and then the whole edifice is fatally undermined by forces that are both banal and… unusual“, translation and introduction by John Walker, with by illustrations by Rosa Rosà, text in English, soft cover, 96 pages, 15 x 17 cm, Eclectics & Heteroclites 16, London 2015
EUR 25.-
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Corra Sam Dunn Is Dead

Céline, Louis-Ferdinand
Semmelweis
“Ignaz Semmelweis (1818-1865), now regarded as the father of antisepsis, was the first to diagnose correctly the cause of the staggering mortality rates in the maternity hospital in Vienna; his colleagues, however, rejected both his reasoning and his methods, thereby causing many thousands of unnecessary deaths in maternity wards across Europe. This episode, one of the most infamous in the history of medicine, along with its disastrous effects on Semmelweis himself, is the subject of Céline’s semi-fictional evocation, one in which his violent descriptive genius is already apparent. It is the passionate account of a man persecuted for the simple fact of revealing the truth. The overriding theme of Céline’s later works finds its first expression in this book - a caustic despair, verging on disgust, for humanity as a whole - but it is here tempered by a surprising humanity”, translated by John Harman, with an introduction by Philippe Sollers, text in English, soft cover, 110 pages, 15 x 17 cm, Eclectics & Heteroclites 9, London 2008
EUR 16.-
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Celine Semmelweis

Colette
Street Works 1971-1975

reproduced handwritten texts (in English) and b/w photographs documenting art performances and paintings done by Colette in and on the streets in the early seventies, stapled, 15 x 19 cm, 48 not numbered pages, ed/100, (Paris) 2016

EUR 12.-
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Colette Street Works 1971-1975

Cutts, Simon

Constructed Archive 1959-2016

“books, files and papers, manuscripts, notebooks, diaries and daybooks, drawings and photographs, correspondence, biography and bibliography, smaller plastic objects and miscellanea”, an extensive overview of the life and work of S.C., text in English, hard cover, 21,5 x 15,5 cm, 208 pages, (Clonmel) 2016

EUR 32.-

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Cutts Constructed Archive 1959-2016

Broodthaers, Marcel

Marcel Broodthaers Fanzine

contains a text titled ‘Books That Can’t Be Read’ by Antoine Lefebvre, an interview titled ‘Meeting With The Director’ by Lefebvre with Filip Noterdaeme, a poem titled ‘The Dead’ by Katie Peyton, and a text about the American Broodthaers Society by Joe Scanlan, accompanied by b/w images, text in English, stapled, 22 x 18 cm, 22 strangely numbered pages, added are two photocopied loose sheets and another stapled booklet with text and correspondence by Marcel Broodthaers, text in French, translated into German and English by Schuldt, 21,5 x 14 cm, 24 pages, ed/100, (New York) 2016

EUR 12.-

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Broodthaers Marcel Broodthaers Fanzine

Breuer, Marcia

Transplants

a series of 65 b/w photographs of mutilated and discarded garden plants in urban environments, with a text (German) by Jost Schocke, hard cover, 17 x 12 cm, 96 not numbered pages, ed/300, signed, Hamburg 2016

EUR 23.-
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Breuer (Marcia) Transplants

Buhlungu, Simnikiwe

Free Lettering Translationism

Free Lettering Translationisms is the outcome of an ongoing project, realised in several spaces within Johannesburg, that investigates the existence and agency of language in a South African context through the use of Breaking Inglish. Offering a Free Lettering Translationisms service intending to break Inglish begins to function as a decolonial option of debunking notions of intellect and knowledge as we know it. The performative act of translation becomes a way of engaging and exchanging with language as something that is fluid, where some things are lost while others are gained”, a critical engagement with the colonial legacy of the English language in South Africa through reproduced handwritten letters, stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 20 not numbered pages and several carbon paper pages, ed/70, Johannesburg 2016

EUR 8,50

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Buhlungu Free Lettering Translationism

Balcinovic, Adnan Balet

Dylan Dog

a work created by adapting an Italian comic series of the same title, all the pages are left blank except for the classic comic sound effects in their original format, the result is a symphony of loud noises in an empty space, soft cover, 21 x 14,5 cm, 96 numbered pages, numbered/20, Wien 2016

EUR 23,50

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Balcinovic Dylan Dog

Williams, Emmett

Das Eigensinnige Kind

E.W.’s version of a fairy tale accompanied by his drawings, soft cover, 70 pages, 18 x 12 cm, signed, Berlin 2000

EUR 27.-

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Williams (Emmett) Das Eigensinnige Kind

Urban, Nikolaus

(Cres Nikolaus Urban 2nd ann. September 1979)

a series of reproduced photographs and English words describing his performance “with no end”, stapled, 28 x 21 cm, 16 not numbered pages, ed/300, Amsterdam 1979

EUR 29.-
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Urban Cres Nikolaus Urban 2nd ann. September 1979

Uniformagazine  Nr.6

publisher’s magazine, stapled, 21,5 x 15 cm, 32 pages, Axminster 2016

EUR 6.-

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Uniformagazine Nr.6

Uniformagazine  Nr.7

publisher’s magazine, stapled, 21,5 x 15 cm, 32 pages, Axminster 2016

EUR 6.-

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Uniformagazine Nr.7

Uniformagazine  Nr.9

publisher’s magazine, with brief text ands picture contributions by Jussi Parrika, Jean-Luc Vilmouth, Peter Blegvad, Michael Hampton, Simon Cutts, David Gissen, Phil Owen, John Bevis, Lucy Gorrel Barnes, a piece on Devonmoor Pottery reminding of Erica Van Horn’s Het Andre Behr Pamflet 25 The Blue Of Devon (see there), Gertrude Stein, a piece on a field gate, and one by Erica Van Horn, stapled, 21,5 x 15 cm, 32 pages, Axminster 2017

EUR 6.-

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Uniformagazine Nr.9

Riordan, Kevin

Past-Up

reproduced paintings of the Chicago cityscape from (imperfect) memory with precise information where the buildings stood, stapled, 20 pages, 14 x 21,5 cm, (Chicago) 2012

EUR 10.-
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Riordan Past-Up

Prince, Richard

3rd Place: A Children’s Colouring Book

published on the occasion of an exhibition at Serpentine Gallery, soft cover, 27,5 x 21,5 cm, 78 not numbered pages, London 2008

EUR 39,50

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Prince (Richard) 3rd Place

Meyer, Nanne

Haaresbreite

finger drawings in poster paint and glue on paper, concertina format, folded up 26 x 19 cm, folded out: 26 x 375 cm, ed/500, signed, Delmenhorst 1992

EUR 28.-

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Meyer Haaresbreite

Kupferberg, Tuli

1001 Wege Ohne Arbeit Zu Leben

Nr. 22 70/71 10.Jg. of „Eröffnungen“ the Magazin für Literatur & bildende Kunst, the T.K. text in a translation by H.F.Kulterer and Max A.Wickert, contains reproductions of works by Syusaku Arakawa, stapled, 16 pages, 29,5 x 21 cm, Wien

EUR 13,50

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Kupferberg 1001 Wege Ohne Arbeit Zu Leben

Kennon, Brian

With John M. Armleder

based on scans of Armleder’s 1979 “selected Furniture Sculptures”, soft cover, 88 not numbered pages, 24,5 x 19 cm, (Los Angeles) 2013

EUR 12.-

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Kennon With John M. Armleder

Hemmers, Maike

4

“I still think about the icelandic blue. My body is the outward layer of my self that keeps contact with the surroundings. The blue color forms intervene on the grey layers of my body. Though the use of a naked body doesn’t have to be erotic, there is a sexual connotation which cannot be denied. I blame the emerging spring for that”, b/w photographs of the body, overlaid with transparent blue shapes, as well as photographs of beds and blue shapes side by side on several fold-out pages, soft cover, 30 x 21 cm, 8 not numbered pages, numbered/28, n.p. 2014

EUR 29.-

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Hemmers 4

Gudmundsson, Kristján

Sundays Next Century

the dates of all Sundays of what is by now this century, spiral bound, 29,5 x 21 cm, 14 not numbered pages, Mönchengladbach 1993

EUR 35.-

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Gudmundsson (Kristjan) Sundays Next Century

Federman, Raymond

Duel, Poems/Duell, Gedichte

an ingeniously designed work containing two small books of poems, one in English, the other in German translation by Dana Ranga, 2 volumes (held together in a single, removable cover) in a slip case (15,5 x 11,5 cm), 72 not numbered pages, numbered/350, signed, Berlin 1992

EUR 34.-

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Federman Duel, Poems Duell, Gedichte

Blowjob (Two Images)

on the occasion of an exhibition by Bobbi Woods and Brian Kennon in Portland, Oregon, each spread showing the same two quite different “blowjobs”, soft cover, 80 not numbered pages, 17 x 14 cm, 2015

EUR 17,50

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Blowjob Two Images

Andreasen, Kasper

Land Route

a companion volume to a permanent installation by K.A. for the Museum of Literature/Letterkundig Museum in The Hague, with a contribution by Louis Lüthi, soft cover, dust jacket, 48 pages, 27 x 18 cm, Den Haag 2010

EUR 17,50
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Andreasen (Kasper) Land Route

Alatalo, Sally

A Catalog Of The Objects In My Suitcase That Were Made In China

descriptions and images of Chinese made objects (from lip- to memory stick and beyond) in possession of the artist during the 2010 Xi’An Academy of Fine Arts printmaking workshop reproduced in a Chinese style note-book, Japanese binding (I guess that’s not what the Chinese would call this kind of binding), contains twelve folded sheets, 15,5 x 20,5 cm, (Chicago) 2012

EUR 14.-

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Alatalo A Catalog Of The Objects In My Suitcase That Were Made In China

I Drew Some Names From A Hat

a drawing book initiated and edited and with a text by Tine Meltzer, drawings contributed by Will Holder, Iwan van’t Spijker, Nathalie Bissig, Arjan van Helmond, Brede Korsmo, Kasper Andreasen, Tin Braden, Sarah Infanger, Louis Lüthi, Armando Andrade Tudela, screen printed in black, soft cover, 32 not numbered pages, 24 x 16 cm, ed/150, Amsterdam 2005

EUR 52.-
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I Drew Some Names From A Hat

Andreasen, Kasper

The Place Of Writing

on the occasion of an exhibition. with reproductions of samples of works between writing and drawing and Dutch/English texts by K.A., Zlatko Wurzberg, Clemens von Lucius, soft cover, 24 x 17 cm, 84 pages, ed/350, Hasselt 2014

EUR 18.-

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Andreasen (Kasper) The Place Of Writing

Andreasen, Kasper

Off The Map

on the occasion of an exhibition in Berlin, a collage of what looks like random papers as a map or a evolving text, accompanied by German/English words by Matthias Weichelt, stapled, 24 not numbered pages, 29,5 x 21 cm, 2013

EUR 14.-

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Andreasen (Kasper) Off The Map

Andreasen, Kasper

Eat On The Move

reprinted receipts for water (usually Vittel, sometimes Pellegrino) and bread (croissants), stapled, 46 not numbered pages, 28 x 20 cm, numbered/25, 2015

EUR 50.-

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Andreasen (Kasper) Eat On The Move

Satellite Building

on the occasion of a work by Kasper Andreasen & Jan Kempenaers for the new Guildhall in Beveren, stapled, 20 pages including a double-sided fold-out page, 24 x 16,5 cm, (ed/125), 2014

EUR 12.-

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Satellite Building

Otsuka, Yasuko

Book Of The Sky (horizontal)

one image: the sky, seen as above a long horizon in a book of an unusual format: 3 x 30,5 cm, numbered/20, 2017

EUR 40,00

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Otsuka Book Of The Sky horizontal

Otsuka, Yasuko

Book Of The Sky (vertical)

one image: the sky, seen as above a short horizon in a book of an unusual format: 3 x 30,5 cm, numbered/20, 2017

EUR 40,00

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Otsuka Book Of The Sky vertical

Mayer, Hansjörg

The Smell Of Ink And Soil  The Story Of [Edition] Hansjörg Mayer by Bronac Ferran

"This is the first overview of the works of the great 'typoet', designer and publisher Hansjörg Mayer", produced in collaboration with H.M and based on interviews with the artist, accompanied by a DVD with interviews with H.M. by friends and collaborators including Thomas Kellein and Tom Phillips, text in German and English, soft cover, 23 x 17,5 cm, 270 pages, (Köln) 2017

EUR 26.-

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Mayer The Smell Of Ink And Soil  The Story Of Edition Hansjorg Mayer by Bronac Ferran

Andreasen, Kasper

Moment’s Notice

I wonder whether K.A. would protest if I called this book a poetry book, thoughts about text, and by that: examples of texts, with an additional text by P.Van der Jeught, stapled, 56 not numbered pages, 29,5 x 10,5 cm, Maastricht 2007

EUR 11.-

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Andreasen (Kasper) Moments Notice

Kopelman, Irene

The Molyneux Problem

"Kopelman described five projects dealing intensively with research, traveling, observing, and drawing. Her descriptions and work notes give insight in Kopelman's relation to sience and point at the distinction between what one knows and what one sees. More than showing results she shares a mental process evolving in every project.", soft cover, 23,5 x 16,5 cm, 144 pages, Amsterdam 2012

EUR 22.-

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Kopelman The Molyneux Problem

Ishizuka, Mako

Collecting Distances

"Living in different countries away from my native Japan, I have nourished my interest in distance and structure between individuals and their surrounding world. Using my personal experiences and imagination as a springboard, I attempt to negotiate the physical and psychological distances that are present in our everyday sphere through my art", a collection of texts and reproduced notes, correspondences, maps, drawings, photographs, and other materials, with an introduction by Mats Stjernstedt, designed by Audrey Templier, printed text in English, soft cover, 24 x 17 cm, 120 not numbered pages, numbered/380, n.p. 2014

EUR 24.-

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Ishizuka Collecting Distances

Watanabe, Eiji

Ink Drawing Mina Non-No Lee With Lee With

printed scans of magazine pages after the artist altered them by applying a dissolving liquid to the offset inks of the photographs of the magazine pages, contains a reflexive brief text in Japanese and English, Japanese binding, 21 x 15 cm, 86 pages, numbered/10, signed, Nagoya 2017

EUR 50.-

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Watanabe Ink Drawing Mina Non- No Lee With Lee With

Watanabe, Eiji

Garden Of The Appellation 1992-2016  Butterfly’s Eye View

photographs of various installations as they were displayed through the years in different places in Japan and Europe, contains a reflexive brief text in Japanese and English, soft cover, 21 x 15 cm, 46 pages, Nagoya 2017

EUR 30.-

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Watanabe Garden Of The Appellation  Butterflys Eye View

Watanabe, Eiji

Notes 1989-2000

Japanese and English brief texts, the English version of the texts read to me rather as poems than as notes, Japanese binding, 18,5 x 13 cm, 24 not numbered pages, numbered/10, signed, Nagoya 2017

EUR 24.-

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Watanabe Notes 1989-2000

Watanabe, Eiji

The Hermit Training

brush drawings and Japanese/English brief texts, Japanese binding, printed recto only, 12,5 x 18 cm, 64 not numbered pages, numbered/10, signed, Nagoya 2017

EUR 30.-
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Watanabe The Hermit Training

Otsuka, Yasuko

Heatherybraes

a concrete picture story, Japanese binding with soft cover, 10 folded sheets, 20,5 x 16 cm, numbered/20, signed, 2010

EUR 80,00

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Otsuka Heatherybraes

Otsuka, Yasuko

Midsummer Night

a concrete picture story of 2 colours per page one opposite the other, Japanese binding with soft cover, 10 folded sheets, 20,5 x 16 cm, numbered/20, signed, 2010

EUR 80,00

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Otsuka Midsummer Night


(Van Houten, Kate)

Out With The Tide

one image and some words, hard cover, concertina format, folded up 10 x 15 cm, unfolded: 10 x 59,5 cm, numbered/20, Paris (2016)

EUR 18.-

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Van Houten Out With The Tide

Hayward, Tony

Tony Hayward’s Comedy Of Errors

21 colour photographs of broken and reassembled china figurines – but reassembled differently from how the figurines looked before they broke, very funny, with a text by John Gillet, sewn, 36 not numbered pages, 15 x 10,5 cm, Kolhapur 2004

EUR 11.-

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Guðmundsson, Sigurður

Sigurður Guðmundsson

lots of photographically reproduced works, texts by S.G., an interview with the artist by Adalsteinn Ingólfsson, texts by Robert-Jan Muller, Lily van Ginneken, Kees van Gelder, Paul Hefting, Ulrich Bischoff, Betty van Garrel, letters between Marlene Dumas and S.G., all text English/Icelandic, hard cover, dust jacket, 29,5 x 24,5 cm, 302 pages, Amsterdam 1991

EUR 48,00

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Gudmundsson (Sigurdurd) Sigurdur Gudmundsson

Geiger, Thomas

The Peeling Of The Onion

a cut out and tipped in colour photograph of a bag of potatoes on all the pages which surprisingly contains also 1 stray onion, the author’s brief text tells of his investigation of that matter, a concertina format publication, numbered/30, 12 not numbered pages, folded up: 14,5 x 10,5 cm, unfolded: 14,5 x 125 cm, 2011

EUR 36.-

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Geiger The Peeling Of The Onion

Geiger, Thomas

The Story Of Pitcairn Island

an account in words (running as a text band at the bottom of all pages) and pictures, the pictures are pen marks on those pages where the words tell of the island as (re-)discovered, the other pages are white with the words describing events happening during times the island’s location is forgotten again in the vast Pacific Ocean, sewn, 14,5 x 10,5 cm, 12 not numbered pages, 2nd ed/20, (Wien) 2012

EUR 36.-

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Geiger The Story Of Pitcairn Island

Fusco, Maria

With A Bao A Qu  Reading When Attitudes Become Form

“An entertaining and thought provoking addition to the reexamination of one of art history’s most mythologized exhibitions that demonstrates how language is attitude and how words are form.”(Jens Hoffmann), text bits under the names of a variety of artists which I can’t make head or tail of, soft cover, 11 x 18 cm, 142 pages, Vancouver Los Angeles 2013

EUR 10.-

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Fusco With A Bao A Qu  Reading When Attitudes Become Form

(Foucault, Michel)

The Order Of Things: An Archaeology Of The Human Sciences by Mikko Kuorinki

all the words from Michel Foucault’s “The Order Of Things – An Archaeology Of Human Sciences” in alphabetical order, soft cover, 17,5 x 13,5 cm, 418 not numbered pages, ed/500, Karlsruhe 2012

EUR 16,00

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Foucault The Order Of Things An Archaeology Of The Human Sciences by Mikko Kuorinki

Curmano, Billy X.

Futurisms Bastard Son

a book representing the performance work and life of this artist in images and text, for example his swim down the Mississippi (Swim strokes mimic brush strokes, leaving impermanent trails that imperceptibly alter the river’s flow.), soft cover, 28 x 22 cm, 128 numbered pages, ed/500, (Vienna) 2012

EUR 28.-
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Curmano Futurisms Bastard Son

Fontein, Bas

Wat Te Zeggen What To Say

a price-winning collection of goed advice (in Dutch and English) given by each and everyone on what to say, soft cover with dust jacket, 42 pages, 15 x 10,5 cm, Apeldoorn 2016

EUR 12.-

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Fontein Wat Te Zeggen What To Say

De-Con-Struct

construction drawings of tables alternating with images of foodstuff by Jackie Bacon & Ricardo Liong-A-Kong, 20 x 13,5 cm, 16 not numbered pages, sewn, signed by both, numbered/40, 2017

EUR 16,50

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De-Con-Struct

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

Burger, Michiel

Poseerders (Posing Persons)

a collection of photographs showing a variety of people in different contexts posing for the camera, soft cover, spiral bound, 21 x 15 cm, 16 not numbered pages, signed and numbered/10, Groningen 2007

EUR 19,00

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Burger Poseerders Posing Persons

Debord, Guy and Alice Becker-Ho

A Game Of War

A Game Of War is the result of Debord’s study of the logic of war, this first English edition of the game, that originally appeared as ‘Jeu De La Guerre’ in 1987, is also the first to come with a game board and pieces and is thus ready to be played, this edition consist of a slip case (22 x 17,5 cm) containing the game board (42 x 34 cm when assembled) and counter pieces; and the rule book, translated by Donald Nicholson-Smith, with a preface by Alice Becker-Ho, soft cover, 160 numbered pages, 21 x 17 cm, London 2007

EUR 49,00

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Debord A Game Of War

Due, Claus

49 Landscapes 73 Beards And The Skinned Head Of A Young Bull

a layman’s way of categorizing on invitation of the National Gallery of Denmark 112 works from the collection, soft cover, 24 x 17 cm, 70 not numbered pages, Copenhagen 2015

EUR 18.-

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Due 49 Landscapes 73 Beards And The Skinned Head Of A Young Bull

Filliou, Robert

Toi Par Lui Et Moi

reproduced handwriting and drawings, soft cover, 40 not numbered pages, 17 x 12 cm, ed/500, Bruxelles Crisnée 2003

EUR 22.-

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Filliou Toi Par Lui Et Moi

(Filliou, Robert)

The Secret Of Permanent Creation

“Perhaps this book will help some people to situate me, if they want to, but I hope I’ll have enough energy to already be somewhere else once they’ve situated me”, an in-depth overview of the work of R.F. based around a previously unpublished interview with the artist by Irmeline Lebeer in 1976, edited by Anders Kreuger and Irmeline Lebeer, published on the occasion of an exhibition at MHKA in Antwerpen 2017, text in English, soft cover, 24 x 19 cm, 320 numbered pages, ed/900, Antwerp 2017

EUR 45.-

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Filliou The Secret Of Permanent Creation

Perry, Grayson

Cycle Of Violence

a sensational coming of age story in comic format, new edition  with a foreword by the artist, text in English, hard cover, 238 numbered pages, 25 x 18 cm, London 2012

EUR 32,00

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Perry Cycle Of Violence

Coracle At The Irish Museum Of Modern Art

invitation to an exhibition of Coracle Press, concertina format, folded 10 x 19 cm, unfolded 10 x 97 cm, Dublin 1994

EUR 24,50

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PR Coracle At The Irish Museum Of Modern Art

Vanagas, Aleksander

Book D

more a portfolio with a hard cover than a book this item contains a list of sicknesses and, loose, 10 recto verso printed folded photographs (unfolded 39 x 51 cm) of what looks like random structures, 27,5 x 21 cm, numbered/200, 2016

EUR 68.-

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Vanagas Book D

Voss, Jan

_(title in Japanese)_

a flip book out of which a fresh breeze blows, soft cover, differently many but about 300 pages, 14,5 x 10,5 cm, 1st Japanese edition, Amsterdam Tokyo 2008

EUR 15,00
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Voss title in Japanese Frischer Wind

West, Jordan

Myth or The Artist In Front Of His Studio

“An inquiry into the concept of the artist as defined by the studio. The architectural edifice as a fulcrum for the viewer’s construction of the artist’s sensibilities and condition, as a transformative, defining element of the viewer’s definition of the artist”, beautifully made booklet with tipped in photographs of the artist standing next to architectural features, text in English, soft cover, 19 x 13,5 cm, 16 not numbered pages, signed and numbered/200, (Santa Fe) 2010

EUR 38.-

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West Myth or The Artist Standing In Front Of His Studio

The Preparator

“This fiction, a collaboration between Kasper Andreasen and Louis Lüthi, takes as its starting point the painter Alexander Cozens’s publication A New Method of Assisting the Invention in Drawing Original Compositions of Landscape (1785). Set one morning in an empty gallery and told from the point of view of a young man who installs exhibitions for a living, The Preparator combines text and image in a series of compact, associative tableaus, each revolving around a landscape — or rather, the memory of a landscape : a title page, an  eighteenth-century ink drawing, the network of cracks in a ceiling, a walk along the Rhine, a satellite photograph, Thomas Bernhard holding forth in a private garden, and others”, text by Louis Lüthi and images by Kasper Andreasen, soft cover, 22 x 15,5 cm, 76 partially numbered pages, Amsterdam 2016

EUR 17.-
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The Preparator

Roma Publications At Fondazione Giuliani, Rome

catalogue of the exhibition ‘Roma Publications 1998-2014’ at Fondazione Giuliani in Rome, compiled and designed by Roger Willems, in collaboration with Lorenzo Benedetti and Marc Nagtzaam, contains photographs from the exhibition showing the works of many different artists, a text by Nickel van Duijvenboden, and an overview of 241 publications, text in English, soft cover, 21,5 x 15,5 cm, 136 not numbered pages, Amsterdam 2015

EUR 18.-

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Roma Publications At Fondazione Giuliani, Rome

Roma 1-272

catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Artists' Documents: Art, Typography and Collaboration’ at MMCA in Seoul, contains photographs from the exhibition, text contributions by Min Choi and LIM Kyung yong, and an overview and impressions of all Roma Publications so far, edited by Roger Willems, Helen Ku, and LIM Kyung yong, designed by Na Kim and Roger Willems, cover illustration by Karel Martens, text in English and Korean, soft cover, 24 x 17 cm, 224 not numbered pages, Amsterdam 2016

EUR 21.-
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Roma 1-272

Móbergur Postcards

unique postcards by Móbergur, handprinted on vintage book covers, 18,5 x 12,5 cm, 2011

EUR 8.- per card

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PR Mobergur Postcards

Onnen, Serge

The Lost Cent

174 drawings with a whole of the size of a euro-cent in the middle, Baudelaire’s short story La Fausse Monnaie in French, English and Dutch and an interview with the artist by sociologist and anthropologist Olav Veldhuis, soft cover, 19,5 x 14 cm, 368 mostly not numbered pages, Eindhoven 2012

EUR 23.-

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Onnen The Lost Cent

Onnen, Serge

I Am A Lone Monk Walking The World With A Leaky Umbrella

21 Chinese shadow puppits 2012-2017, soft cover, 20 x 13 cm, 160 not numbered pages, sewn book-let in the back with text in Dutch and Chinese, 24 not numbered pages, Bejing 2017

EUR 29,50

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Onnen I Am A Lone Monk Walking The World With A Leaky Umbrella

MacKenzie, Debora

End Of Nations: Is There An Alternative To Countries?

a short essay originally published in the ‘New Scientist’ reflecting on the concept of the nation state and its relevance in a globalised world, soft cover, stapled, 13,5 x 9,5 cm, 16 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 4,50

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MacKenzie End Of Nations Is There An Alternative To Countries

Manders, Mark

Acolyte Frena

photographs documenting Manders’ exhibition ‘Acolyte Frena’ at De Vleeshal in Middelburg, curated by Lorenzo Benedetti, photography and design by Mark Manders and Roger Willems,  soft cover, 17 x 12 cm, 96 numbered pages, ed/800, Amsterdam 2014

EUR 19.-

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Manders Acolyte Frena

Lodewijks, Bart

Nieuw Texas/Klein Chicago

chalk drawings and texts documenting a project in two neighbourhoods of Genk, Belgium, text in Dutch and English, soft cover, 22,5 x 17 cm, 88 numbered pages, Amsterdam 2016

EUR 18.-
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Lodewijks Nieuw Texas Klein Chicago

Leguillon, Pierre

Le Tapis (fair use)

“Reproduction of the floor piece Le Tapis (fair use) by Pierre Leguillon, consisting of a collection of graphically striking record sleeves designed by artists, surrounded by postcards from a large variety of art institutions showing objects on a monochrome background. On the backside all sources and credits are collected as found on the originals”, folded poster with a hole in the middle and loose sheet as a cover, published on the occasion of the exhibition ‘The Museum Of Mistakes: Contemporary Art and Class Struggle’ at Wiels, Brussels 2015, 66 x 66 cm unfolded, 22 x 22 cm folded, ed/600, Amsterdam 2015

EUR 18.-

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Leguillon Le Tapis fair use

House Of Stories

“Objects as mute witnesses retain their histories like vessels. Through the sensibilities of different writers the objects voice their material memory and thus engage in a dialogue across the limits of time and place. New reflexive storylines are established that mirror the contemporary intersections and fractions of collective memory rather than a coherent version of the truth”, texts inspired by objects found in an Amsterdam auction house, written by Sarah Arnolds, Maurits de Bruijn, Revka Bijl, Caren Beilin, David Bernstein, Nicolina Eklund, Alexandra Karpilovski, Olga Terre, Daniel Vorthuys, Anne Marijn Voorhorst, Garrett Nelson, and Carina Erdmann, accompanied by photographs by Carina Erdmann and Tomé Duarte, concept and edited by Carina Erdmann, text in English, soft cover in a transparent, printed on dust jacket, 24,5 x 16,5 cm, 128 partially numbered pages, Amsterdam 2017

EUR 23.-

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House Of Stories

Helberg, Ebbe

Helst

a collection of reprinted poems in Norwegian, stapled, 14,5 x 10 cm, 20 not numbered pages, n.p. n.d.

EUR 4,50

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Helberg Helst

Gappmayr, Heinz

Texts

a collection of visual poems followed by a short essay on visual poetry, text in English, soft cover, 17 x 12 cm, 162 not numbered pages, ed/1000, London Aachen 1985

EUR 48.-

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Gappmayr Texts

Fanzine Gourd

a publication by artist collective Fazed Grunion, mixed media images in monochromes, stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 20 not numbered pages, Maastricht 2017

EUR 7.-

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Fanzine Gourd

Beorchia, Claudio

De Wachters Van De Polder   Fragmenten Van Een Opgedoken Mythe

verses presented as a lost, resurfaced, and deciphered mythology of the Dutch polder landscape, text in Dutch and Italian (translated by Chiarangela van Lieshout), soft cover, sewn, 21 x 15 cm, 30 pages, numbered/100, Starnmeer 2017

EUR 12,50

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Beorchia De Wachters Van De Polder  Fragmenten Van Een Opgedoken Mythe

Blanchot, Maurice

Der Augenblick Meines Todes

a personal story from the last days of the second world war reflecting on life and death, translated from French into German by Hinrich Weidemann, soft cover, sewn, 16 numbered pages, 18 x 12 cm, ed/500, Köln 1995

EUR 25.-

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Blanchot Der Augenblick Meines Todes

AErlig Talt Consulatet Zine

a collection of monochrome drawings, soft cover, stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 12 not numbered pages, Maastricht 2017

EUR 4,50

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AErlig Talt Consulated Zine

Action, Dialogue, Labour, Utopia, Participation

“These readers are a compilation of external references in the form of excerpts, quotes and images. From our research in collaboration, we highlight inquiries into the nature of action, dialogue, labour, utopia and participation. Finding common ground through shared references is a key collective activity in Fazed Grunion”, an (UN)COMMON GROUND reader by Fazed Grunion, an artist collective that researches collaboration and communication by developing methods for participation, dialogue and action, text in English, soft cover, stapled, 21 x 15 cm, 40 not numbered pages, Maastricht 2017

EUR 12.-

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Action, Dialogue, Labour, Utopia, Participation

Postkarten Edition Rachid Maazouz

20 postcards in a paper ribbon, featuring works by R.M., Düsseldorf

EUR 20.-

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PR Postkarten Edition Rachid Maazouz

Archambault, Alexander

3 Postcards

3 postcards of Amsterdam in a paper ribbon

EUR 8,50

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PR Archambault 3 Postcards

Willats, Stephen

Doppelgänger

a display of words and images of who-am-I-questions contrasted with images of mass accomodation, soft cover, 21 x 15 cm, 44 not numbered pages, London 1985

EUR 26.-

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Willats Doppelganger

How To Make It In The Art Business With Les Coleman

a one-page witty comic strip drawn by Neal Fox, text by Les Coleman, on a folded card (folded 19,8 x 13,5 cm, unfolded 19,8 27 cm)

EUR 3,50

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PR How To Make It In The Art Business With Les Coleman

Modern Dutch Interiors

“Peter Foolen, the Dutch editor, sent the envelope interiors for this collection, which have a plain-ness and consistent simplicity. They employ reduced repetition, assmmetry, and even at times a formal randomness approaching camouflage. They bring the nineteenth century origin of the printed envelope interior as a means of hiding the contents into our time, and are mostly of banks, water and road-rescue companies, and other governmental institutions”, 8 tipped in cut-outs from Dutch envelope interiors displayed through windows in the previous pages, by Erica Van Horn and Simon Cutts, hard cover, 10,5 x 15 cm, 30 not numbered pages, numbered ed/150, Clonmel 2014

EUR 29,50

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Modern Dutch Interiors

Brands, Wim

Neem Me Mee, Zei De Hond

a collection of short poems, accompanied by two illustrations by Oksana Pasaiko (titled: ‘Two Meteorite Rocks, Cut in Favorit Angels’), designed by Roger Willems, text in Dutch, soft cover, sewn, 24 x 17 cm, 16 not numbered pages, ed/300, Amsterdam 2008

EUR 6,00

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Brands Neem Me Mee, Zei De Hond

Bevis, John

Some Alternatives To Flock

a collection of found poems and verse from 2005-2008, soft cover, 48 numbered pages, 17,5 x 13,5 cm, Clonmel 2008

EUR 13.-

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Bevis Some Alternatives To Flock

Wakely, Shelagh

It Is So Green Outside It Is Difficult To Leave The Window

reproduced b/w photographs show a garden table top darken through the course of 5 years, brief texts contemplatve texts accompany this process, soft cover with dust jackets, 48 not numbered pages, 18 x 13 cm, numbered/750, London 1980

EUR 18.-

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Wakely It Is So Green Outside It Is Difficult To Leave The Window

New Potatoes: New Irish Paintwork 2002-2004

photographs by Helen O’Leary and Paul Chidester of those anachronisms which rarely last but are produced for a time by attempts to decorate steel, concrete and stone with paintwork, spiral bound, 64 pages, 14 x 12 cm, ed/500, cover image: a silk screened reconstructions of a roadside sign reproduced in the book, Clonmel 2005

EUR 18,50

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New Potatoes New Irish Paintwork 2002-2004

Little Critic Pamphlet No.16  For It Not To Be Worth The Paper It Is Printed On It Has To Be Printed by Les Coleman

that sentence, one word per page, stapled, 18 pages, 21 x 15 cm, Clonmel (2002)

EUR 9,50

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Little Critic Pampflet No. 16  For It Not To Be Worth The Paper It Is Printed On It Has To Be Printed by Les Coleman

Led Astray By Language

a result of a one week “wandering interlude, a peregrination” by Nancy Kuhl, Richard Deming, Erica Van Horn and Simon Cutts from New Haven to North Carolina to see Jonathan Williams and Thomas Meyer, with poems and a journal by all involved, sewn, 20 not numbered pages, 17,5 x 13 cm, numbered/300, Clonmel 2006

EUR 14,50

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Led Astray By Language

Kelder, Cralan

Lemon Red

 

small change

 

poets always stealing

furtive glances

at the world

like detectives

hoping to describe

small change

 

this and other poems, sewn, 28 pages, 17,5 x 13,5 cm, numbered/300, Clonmel 2005

EUR 18,00

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Kelder Lemon Red

Graf, Franz

Bonn

on the occasion of an exhibition, a mixed bag of 48 b/w photographs, many blank pages and texts by Annelie Pohlen and Burghart Schmidt (German/English), soft cover, 240 not numbered pages, 13 x 18 cm, Bonn 1995

EUR 45.-

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Graf Bonn

Cutts, Simon

As If It Is At All

some poems 1995-2006” – a new anthology, soft cover, 78 pages, 18 x 12 cm, (Clonmel New York) 2007

EUR 18.-

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Cutts As If It Is At All

8 Old Irish Potatoes

by Erica Van Horn & Simon Cutts: the names (and what names they are!) of 8 kinds of potatoes, concertina format, folded 9 x 9 cm, unfolded 9 x 81 cm, Living Locally 17, (Clonmel 2010)

EUR 18,00

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8 Old Irish Potatoes

Wildberger, Martina-Sofie

Mon Petit Alphabet/Mein Kleines Alphabet

“Based upon the difficulties she encountered while trying to translate her texts, the system used by the artist highlights the unfitness of literal translation. Indeed, the display of the book raises the limitations of translation and the impossibility of reaching the fundamental spirit of a text in another language. Thus, she proposes to enter a field where poetic and sensibility become an essential medium for a meaningful translation”, a bilingual book of poems in French and German, accompanied by stills from a film of a running horse shown in successive order creating a flipbook effect, soft cover with a dust jacket, 19 x 12 cm, 112 not numbered pages, ed/350, Geneve 2011

EUR 15.-

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Wildberger Mon Petit Alphabet Mein Kleines Alphabet

Van Horn, Erica

Small Houses  The Buildings Of Tom Browne

colour photographs of the houses T.B. works on in his shed now that he is getting old, of his fire cakes and blackthorn walking sticks, accompanied by a text of dignified modesty by E.V.H., hard cover, 44 not numbered pages, 13,5 x 16,5 cm, Clonmel 2007

EUR 18,50

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Van Horn Small Houses  The Buildings Of Tom Browne

Van Horn, Erica

Gifts From The Government

a documentation of what may seem funny to the non-Irish: from potassium pills for everybody in case of a nuclear accident to a candle for the window-sill so that all can greet the new millenium, sewn, 16 not numbered pages, 15 x 10,5 cm, numbered/300, Clonmel 2007

EUR 14,00

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Van Horn Gifts From The Government

Van Horn, Erica

An Album Of Interiors

another proof of E.V.H.’s occupation with envelope interiors, this time each of the 15 tipped in oval cut outs from envelopes are accompanied by a brief text, hard cover, colourful end papers, 36 not numbered pages, 23,5 x 17 cm, numbered/175, Clonmel 2008

EUR 57.-

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Van Horn An Album Of Interiors

Van Horn, Erica

Above

short texts explaining local expressions, “a translation of the vernacular speech”, text in English, hard cover, 23 x 17 cm, 24 not numbered pages, numbered/250, from the series Living Locally No. 35, Clonmel 2016

EUR 39.-

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Van Horn Above

Unnar Örn

Crisis Series

three colour letterpress print, printed in Atlanta U.S.A. 2007, soft cover, 29,5 x 21 cm, 102 not numbered pages, ten unique signed and numbered ed. in a slip-case, Reykjavik 2007

EUR 300.-

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Unnar Orn Crisis Series

Unnar Örn

On The Natural History Of Unrest

a collection of historical b/w photographs of demonstrations and confrontations between civilians and law enforcement in Iceland, with a short essay on the anarchy of photography in Icelandic by Sigurjón Baldur Hafsteinsson, and an English translation by Gauti Kristmannsson, soft cover, 17,5 x 11 cm, 194 not numbered pages, numbered/300, Reykjavik 2016

EUR 39,00

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Unnar Orn On The Natural History Of Unrest

Small Change

collected and edited by Erik Kessels,

online auction sites often show photographs where details or sections of the photograph have been covered up due to privacy and/or censorship issues. This version of “Ein Volk ehrt seinen Fuhrer” was purchased at an online auction. Coins were used to censor the images, soft cover, 27 x 19 cm, 60 not numbered pages, Amsterdam 2016

EUR 36.-
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Small Change

Siedentopf, Max

Funny Money

“This is how much fun and photos 100 Euros gets you in Namibia”, photos of and critical text about photographing people of Namibia, hard cover, 13 x 7 cm, 66 not numbered pages, Amsterdam 2016

EUR 12.-

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Siedentopf Funny Money

Schröder-Sonnenstern, Friedrich

Die Pferdearschbetrachtung

a collection of (autobiographical) prose texts and poems, partially transcribed from recorded monologues, followed by a ‘biographical’ text that consists of medical and psychiatric evaluations of F.S.S., accompanied by reproduced drawings, text in German, soft cover, 21 x 14,5 cm, 112 numbered pages, München 1972

EUR 22.-

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Schroder-Sonnenstern Die Pferdearschbetrachtung

Van Horn, Erica

A Misplacement Of Lichen

folded card containing a piece of lichen, in a plastic sleeve, folded up 15,5 x 12 cm, unfolded 15,5 x 24 cm, from the series Living Locally No. 36, Clonmel 2016

EUR 13.-

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PR Van Horn A Misplacement Of Lichen

Pettibon, Raymond

Aus Dem Archiv Der Hefte

compiled and introduced by Roberto Ohrt, more than 800 reproduced drawings, hard cover in dust jacket, 22 x 14,5 cm, 898 not numbered pages, Cologne 2001

EUR 336.-

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Pettibon Aus Dem Archiv Der Hefte

Litlu Baekurnar The Small Books

individual, tiny booklets made by various Icelandic artists, soft cover, stapled, 7,5 x 10 cm, 16 not numbered pages, Reykjavík 1980-1984

EUR 5.- per booklet

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Litlu Baekurnar The Small Books