Fiction First Edition Paperback 160 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 15 out of stock

Cookie Mueller, Walking Through Clear Water in a Pool Painted Black, Semiotext(e), 1990

Cookie trips through her forty-year odyssey on this planet—from LSD to shopping at the A&P, from birthing Max to shooting Pink Flamingos. The echoes of her passionate commitments will ring in your ears. It is a tragedy to have lost her. Fortunately, along with the memories, she left us this marvelous testament to her intrepid zest for living.

Poetry First Edition Paperback 202 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 16 ORDER

Eileen Myles, Not Me, Semiotext(e), 1991

Listen, I have been educated.
I have learned about Western
Civilization. Do you know
What the message of Western
Civilization is? I am alone.

This breakthrough volume, published in 1991 by the author of Cool For You and Chelsea Girls captures the high points of Myles’ work in New York City during the 1980s. Poet, novelist, lesbian culture hero and one-time presidential candidate, Myles has influenced a whole generation of young queer girl writers and activists. She is one of the most brilliant, incisive, immediate writers living today.


Monograph First Edition Softcover 28 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 26 ORDER

Carol Bove, The Middle Pillar, Karma, 2013

The Middle Pillar: A Retrospective Introduction
In 2004 Carol Bove described her interest in what she called the provocative 'shady places' of display: 'a gradient that starts with a small, personal domestic object and goes through art objects, installation art, site-specific works, environments, installation design, architecture, etc.'. Her use of historical objects and texts belongs to this larger project dedicated to undermining binaries, often the either/or distinctions between site-specific installations and autonomous artworks.
Text by Cathleen Chafee.

Monograph First Edition Hardcover 120 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 38 ORDER

Martial Raysse, Martial Raysse 1960-1974, Luxembourg & Dayan, 2013

In spite of his vital contributions to the European Neo-Avant-Garde, French artist Martial Raysse has been conspicuously under-represented in American art critical discourse. He is perhaps best known for early vivid paintings that appropriate images from advertisements, fashion magazines and familiar art masterpieces. With his signature palette of hyper-saturated colors and his unconventional incorporation of found objects and neon tubing on the surface of canvases, Raysse has been viewed until now through the lens of American Pop art – an altogether inadequate perspective on a seminal postwar artist who departed from Pop’s optimism and fascination with celebrity culture to introduce fresh, albeit disturbing, suggestions of real human confusion and growth behind the shiny surface of all things new.

Published on the occasion of the show at Luxembourg and Dayan, May 11 – July 13, 2013.
Include texts by Otto Hahn, Alison Gingeras, and Anaël Pigeat. Designed by Joseph Logan, the catalogue features previously unpublished archival material from the 1960s.

Artist's book First Edition Newspaper 12 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 17 ORDER

Jean-Michel Wicker, ballabella1, 9783906011, 2011

Artist book by Jean-Michel Wicker, edited by Marietta Eugster and Andreas Koller.
Newspaper format, folded.

Artist's book, Monograph Edition of 270 copies Soft cover, perfect binding 164 pages 28 x 21 cm   New       EUR 60 ORDER

David Hominal, Through the Windows, Centre d'édition contemporaine, 2013

David Hominal takes photographs of his studio in Berlin just before hurriedly moving out. The book contains these images, as well as 52 notes on paper, and many reproductions of paintings, sculptures, collages and drawings. The artist also gathered his collection of «bar receipts», which allows him to trace back and remember meetings, conversations, exchanges of information.
Digital print.


Exhibition catalogue First Edition Softcover 8 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 15 ORDER

Keith Sandborn, Andy Moses, Underexposed (A Selected History of Neglected Films), Artists Space, 1987

«The relationship between film and the platic arts, like any relationship, has gone through periods of both intimacy and distance. Today we seem to be ignoring one another. With this as a starting point, Keith Sandborn and Andy Moses have organized Underexposed (A Selected History of Neglected Films), with the hope that 'ignoring' does not develop into 'ignorance'.»

Works by Ann Severson, Carolee Schneemann, Kenneth Anger, The Fleischer Brothers, Otto Muehl, Georges Melies, Roger Jacoby, Ken Jacobs Bob Fleischer, Jack Smith, Charles Dekeukeleire, Christopher Maclaine, Maurice Lamaitre, Chris Marker, Sergel M. Eisenstein, Maya Deren, and Don Levy

Curated and featuring essays by Andy Moses and Keith Sanborn; introduction by Andy Moses; acknowledgments by Susan Wyatt and Dan Walworth.

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Hardcover 216 pages 21 x 21 cm Texts in English   The dust cover is used, but the inside is in perfect condition       EUR 40 out of stock

Who Chicago?, Sunderland Arts Centre, Ceolfrith Gallery, 1980

The genesis of this book is an exhibition of the ten artists now widely called "Chicago Imagists" and four of their antecedents. It amply demonstrates that 'during the last fifteen years a unique art has developed in Chicago. It is the product of a group of artists working in association with each other and sharing certain assumptions about the making of art; it is a movement. This group of artists, despite varying individual modes, produces work with a certain common formal and expressive characteristics; it is a style. While this style undoubtedly belongs to a certain tradition and owes seomthing to artistic attitudes prevalent among earlier Chicago artists, it does not resemble anything that came before it, not in Chicago, not elsewhere. 
The interest of this art lies not only in the extraordinary vitality, originality and import of the works themselves, but also in the degree to which apsects of this style have gained currency as art moves into the 80's.' 
(exerpted from introduction essay by Russel Bowman)

Artists in the show: Roger Brown, James Falconer, Art Green, Philip Hanson, Gladys Nilsson, Jim Nutt, Ed Paschke, Christina Ramberg, Suellen Rocca, Barbara Rossi, H. C. Westermann, Karl Wisum, Joseph Yoakum, Ray Yoshida.

Fiction First Edition Staple-bound 38 pages 17 x 16 cm Texts in English / Deutsch   New       EUR 14 out of stock

Ben Rosenthal, A Perfect Lover Is The Angel I Wanna Be, 2013

'Essence in the world of scent. LTTSX-PERTEASE. The very essence in the world of scent. (...)
Im diesem Sommer nimmt MJacobs sie mit auf eine warme Tropeninsel. Das hat er ihr nämlich versprochen.
Mj Splash Collection, so nennt er seinen neuen SPLASHSHSpass und dafür braucht er sie, muss sie also mitkommen.'

Great book! now available with an English translation to download


Criticism/Theory Second revised edition Paperback 17 x 11 cm Texts in French / English   New       EUR 24 ORDER

François Laruelle, The Concept of Non-Photography, Urbanomic, 2011

Myriads of negatives tell of the world, speaking among themselves, constituting a vast conversation, filling a photosphere that is located nowhere. But one single photo is enough to express the real that all photographers aspire one day to capture, without ever quite succeeding in doing so. Nevertheless, this real cohabits intimately with negatives, with clichés as embedded in our lives as they are imperceptible. Photographs are the thousand flat facets of an ungraspable identity that only shines - and sometimes very faintly - through something else. What more is there to a photo than a curious and prurient glance? And yet it is also a fascinating secret.
The Concept of Non-Photography develops a rigorous new thinking of the photograph in its relation to science, philosophy and art, and introduces the reader to all of the key concepts of Laruelle's 'non-philosophy'.

Bilingual edition French/English

Monograph First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 160 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 45 out of stock

Felix Gonzales-Torres, Felix Gonzales–Torres, A.R.T. Press, 1994

Interviewed by Tim Rollins, essays by Susan Cahan and Jan Avgikos
Felix Gonzales-Torres is best known for installations and public artworks that invite the viewer's direct participation. In this interview Gonzales-Torres talks about his commitment to social change and his understanding of his role as an artist in effecting that change.
Gonzalez-Torres: “I wanted to make a show that would disappear completely. It had a lot to do with disappearance and learning. It was also about trying to be a threat to the art-marketing system, and also, to be really honest, it was about being generous to a certain extent. […] Freud said that we rehearse our fears in order to lessen them. In a way this “letting go” of the work – this refusal to make a static form, a monolithic sculpture, in favor of a disappearing, changing, unstable, and fragile form – was an attempt on my part to rehearse my fears of having Ross disappear day by day right in front of my eyes.”

Exhibition catalogue First Edition 100 pages 27 x 23 cm Texts in French   New       EUR 38 out of stock

le choix des femmes, Consortium, 1991

Published on the occasion of the eponymous show at Consortium, Djon, November 17 1990 – January 12, 1991.
Artists in the show: Hanne Darboven, Gretchen Faust, Aimee Morcana, Julie Wachtel, Kate Blacker, Isa Genzken, Ann Veronica Janssens, Marthe Very, Laurie Parsons, Ilona Ruegg, Jessica Stockholder, Hannah Villiger, Judith Barry, Astrid Klein, Marylène Négro, Julia Scher, Annette Messager, Cindy Sherman, Françoise Vergier & Rosemarie Trockel.
Curated by Eric Colliard, René Denizot, Xavier Duroux, Franck Gautherot, Bernard Marcadé

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 30 pages Texts in French   New       EUR 40 ORDER

Marc-Camille Chaimowicz, Marc Camille Chaimowicz à Cluny, Consortium, 2003

Catalogue of the exhibition organised by the contemporary art centre of Cluny, July 5 to September 28, 2003.
Includes texts in French by Xavier Douroux & Vincent Pécoil.

Criticism/Theory First Edition Paperback 177 pages 20 x 13 cm Texts in English   Normal used condition       EUR 120 out of stock

J. Hoberman, Edward Leffingwell, Wait for me at the Bottom of the Pool: the Writings of Jack Smith, Serpent's Tail, 1997

During thirty years of astonishing activity as a filmmaker, photographer and performer, Jack Smith produced a body of creative, antic writing that intersects and transcends the genres of hothouse fantasy, criticism and social comment. Bringing together long unavailable essays, performance scripts, interviews and other material, "Wait for me at the Bottom of the Pool" reveals the ideas and personality of an artist whose distinctive vision has influenced generations of filmmakers and performance artists. With caustic wit, Smith praises the performances of Maria Montez as well as the sculpture of Walter de Maria, examines the cult success of Reefer Madness and the uses of pornography, and discusses the perils of democracy, the evils of property and the police state, art history and architecture.
Contains a lot of drawings.
From the High Risk series.

Artist's book, Comics First Edition Staple-bound 58 pages 22 x 14 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 17 out of stock

Julien Ceccaldi, Comics Collection 2010–2013, 2013

the title says it all!

First Edition Softcover 64 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 30 out of stock

John Miller, Mike Kelley, A.R.T. Press, 1993

Mike Kelley interviewed by John Miller.

Mike Kelley's iconoclastic artwork assails the sunshine fantasy of the "normal" family. In an extended and intelligent interview profusely illustrated with performance stills, reproductions, and installation shots, Kelley discusses the development of his work, his interest in pop culture, and the influence of crafts on his work. 

Artist's book First Edition Staple-bound 21 x 29 cm         EUR 14 out of stock

Sara MacKillop, New Stationery, 2013

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Soft cover, perfect binding 52 pages Texts in English / Deutsch   New       EUR 29 ORDER

Peter Doig, Jochen Klein, Peter Doig/Jochen Klein, Galerie Daniel Buchholz, 2005

Catalogue documenting the exhibition of Peter Doig and Jochen Klein at Daniel Buchholz Gallery in December 2004 until January 2005. The new essay by Manfred Hermes discusses the relation between the artists' works and gives an interesting insight into both of the artists' practices.

Criticism/Theory First Edition Paperback 114 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 19 ORDER

Raúl Ruiz, Raúl Ruiz: Images of Passage, Rouge Press, 2004

Published in conjunction with International Film Festival Rotterdam, January 2004.

Contains a series of essays about the franco-chilean filmmaker Raúl Ruiz.

Artist's book   New       EUR 50 ORDER

Sara MacKillop, Calendar, 2010

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