Artist's book, Artists' writings Texts in French / English   New       EUR 72 ORDER

Tarik Hayward, Indian Inkjet, Oraibi, Mcb-a, 2018

Réalisé à l’occasion de l’exposition Neutral Density de Tarik Hayward au Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne en 2017, Indian Inkjet est le résultat d'une année de production d'un livre - depuis sa conception jusqu'à son impression - par l'artiste lui-même. Chaque exemplaire est un objet unique réalisé dans une imprimerie autonome mise en place dans l’atelier. Grâce à des logiciels pirate, l’artiste a détourné des imprimantes de leur obsolescence programmée, les alimentant par des bidons d’encre à l’aide de tuyaux.

Né à Ibiza, Tarik Hayward vit à la Vallée de Joux. Il conçoit son travail comme: « une série d’expériences techniques réalisées dans l’urgence d’un besoin non défini ».


Produced for the Neutral Density art show at the Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts in Lausanne in 2017, Indian Inkjet is the result of the one-year process to produce a book - from its conception to its printing - by the artist himself. Every copy is a unique item made in an autonomous printing house set up in the workshop. Thanks to hacked software, the artist hijacked printers from their planned obsolescence, feeding them with tubes dipped in cans of ink. 

Born in Ibiza, Tarik Hayward lives in la Vallée de Joux. He conceives his work as « a series of technical experiments made in the urgency of an undefined need ».


Artist's book Edition of 150 Staple-bound 15 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 45 ORDER

Maximage, Chandigarh Furniture, Villette Édition, 2014

"Years later, some Indian scientists scouting for new settlement locations, flew over the area and spotted the remains of the huge concrete statue of a hand that seemed to be trying to reach out at them through the dense vegetation engulfing it.“

Concept: David Keshavjee, Andreas Koller, Guy Meldem.
Designed in India and printed on hand-made paper from Pondicherry. 

Poster Edition of 50 118 x 84 cm   New       EUR 80 ORDER

Real Madrid, Bright Futures, 2017

Artist's book First Edition Paperback 108 pages 17 x 10 cm   New       EUR 10 ORDER

Jean-Michel Wicker, e industrial, Donlon Books, Motto Books, 2014

Published on the occasion of Jean-Michel Wicker's exhibition e industrial, at Cubitt, London, 29 August – 28 September 2014.

Artist's book Edition of 500 Softcover 396 pages 28 x 27 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 70 ORDER

Jean-Michel Wicker, #picturebook1, Centre d'édition contemporaine, 2017

Offset printing, including 360 pages in colour and 36 pages in black on LuxoArt Silk 150 g/m2 paper, glossy colour cover, LuxoArt Silk 350 g/m2, 10 inserts, colour, 26.5 × 28 cm, LuxoArt Silk 130 g/m2, publication of an arbre de vie produced by Jean-Michel Wicker in collaboration with Marlie Mul, a text by Harry Burke, and a recipe for Alsatian plum pie by Charlotte Wicker (French), English. Graphic design: Maximage Société Suisse, London. Printing: DZA Druckerei zu Altenburg, Altenburg. 

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Artist's book 7/50, signed copy Softcover 728 pages 23 x 18 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 60 out of stock

Simon Popper, ULYSSES, auto-publié, 2006

A reinterpretation of James Joyce's Ulysses rearranging all the words in the original book in alphabetical order.

Artist's book First Edition 16 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 180 ORDER

Shawna Dempsey, Lorri Millan, In the Life : Portrait of a Modern Sex-Deviant, Finger in the Dyke Productions, 1995

Parody of the old LIFE magazine, this publication features photos and captions describing A Day In The Life of a Bull Dyke. She gets up out of the bed of a woman. Goes to work as a butcher. Gets off work and hangs out with the other dykes. Then she puts on her Drag King getup and goes to a Normal bar for some action (and a fight).
Photographed by Sheila Spence, designed by Zab Design, edited by Carol Philipps. Produced with the generous assistance of the Canada Council and the Loewen Foundation.

Artist's book, Poetry Second Edition Staple-bound 19 x 15 cm Texts in English   Very good condition       EUR 250 ORDER

Bob Cobbing, A-Z Sound Poem Sequence, Writers Forum Poets Number Seven, 1968

A sequence from a to z of sound poems - to be read aloud. Typed pages in card cover with three staples keeping the lot together.

Poetry, Artist's book First Edition Staple-bound 20 x 13 cm Texts in English   Very good condition       EUR 120 ORDER

Robert Lax, Thought, Journeyman Press, 1966

Volume of poetry by American poet Robert Lax. Designed and illustrated by Emil Antonucci.

Poetry, Artist's book First Edition Staple-bound 21 x 21 cm Texts in English   Very good condition       EUR 85 ORDER

Robert Lax, Fables, Journeyman Press, 1970

Volume of poetry by American poet Robert Lax. Designed and illustrated by Emil Antonucci.
Dedicated on the first page : « Dear Steve, happy new year – Emil ».

Poetry, Artist's book First Edition Staple-bound 27 x 21 cm Texts in English   Good condition       EUR 140 ORDER

Robert Lax, 3 or 4 poems about the sea, Journeyman Press, 1966

Some recent poems by the author of THE CIRCUS OF THE SUN, NEW POEMS, SEA POEMS and THOUGHT ; poems that knit the sea, the moon, the mind, the shadow of the heart into the continuous orchestrated whole.

Drawings by Emil Antonucci.

Multiple Edition of 1000 14 x 9 cm         EUR 40 ORDER

Jean-Michel Wicker, Belle étiquette, Centre d'édition contemporaine, 2017

Belle étiquette is a woven flyer taking the form of a mini carpet functioning as an advertisement object, polyester, black and white, high definition weaving, heat cut with fray out edges. Weaving: Bornemann-Etiketten GmbH, Wuppertal. 

This edition is accompanied by a publication bearing the same title, Belle étiquette.
16 pages, black/white, colours, offset on Magno Satin 130 g/m2 paper, 26,8 × 20,5 cm, 250 copies.
Graphic design : Marietta Eugster and Jean-Michel Wicker. 

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  New       EUR 200 ORDER

jmxmage, 2012

jmxmage: Jean-Michel Wicker + Maximage

edition of 50 unique copies, signed and numbered
single-prints on offset press, Berlin 2012

170 x 240 mm, 32 pages
245 x 340 mm, 16 pages
495 x 170 mm, 16 pages
345 x 495 mm, 08 pages
posters 70 x 103 cm
PDF with full details here.
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Multiple Edition of 15 80 x 15 cm   New       EUR 300 ORDER

Marlie Mul, Bam Bam’ (bæm bæm), 2015

Edition of hand carved caveman clubs based on Marlie Mul’s large-scale installation ‘Ug’ (Ug), ‘Duh’ (dǝ), ‘Muh’ (mɜːɹ), ‘Bam Bam’ (bæm bæm)‘ that was a part of her solo exhibition Arbeidsvitaminen at Vilma Gold in 2015.

Materials: polyurethane, paper, sand, glue, varnish. Hand carved.

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Poster Edition of 20 102 x 72 cm         EUR 280 ORDER

Emil Michael Klein, untitled, BECKBOOKS, 2014

Silkscreen print on paper.

Artist's book Edition of 8 Softcover 134 pages 30 x 21 cm Texts in no text   New       EUR 150 ORDER

Samuel Jeffery, Home and Activity, Casa de Amigos, 2015

A photobook edition by artist Samuel Jeffery. All photos in the book were taken by the artist's father Simon Jeffery between 2005 and 2015.

Softcover, glue-bound
With 62 digital inkjet prints on glossy paper
Signed and numbered

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Edition of 14 Poster 50 x 35 cm   New       EUR 100 ORDER

Alan Schmalz, NO APPY POLLY LOGGY, 2016

Impression sérigraphie sur papier.

Multiple Edition of 10         EUR 300 ORDER

Miriam Laura Leonardi, Tambour et ses baguettes, 2015

Artist edition, handmade, signed and numbered
Material: welded iron rods, red cord
Dimensions: drum 42 x 24 cm, sticks 30 cm


Artist's book Edition of 100 copies Softcover with dust jacket, includes 3 posters 114 pages 28 x 21 cm   New       EUR 18 ORDER

Tobias Kaspar (ed.), REHAB, 2015

In recent years the role of the art school has moved to a position of prominence, pushed there by the encroachments of an aggressive marketplace and the professionalization of every aspect of the artworld, from the dominance of gallery and museum brands, to the cultural tourism of art fairs and biennials, to today’s art itself now so often created precisely for the scale, spectacle, and capitalization of these events. To whom should the academy be responsible ?... Should the art school be a research center that enlightens conceptual practices while de-emphasizing skills, or a course of study in entrepreneurship, presentation, strategic thinking, and other matters to prepare young artists for the ruthlessness of the market ? Or is art school in the 21st century simply the physical surrogate of (...)
—Steven Henry Madoff

In response to HEAD – Genève’s invitation to hold a class at its MFA, Tobias Kaspar initiated the program RME (Roommate Education) which dealt with issues of how to question work conventions and one’s own enforcement of these. RME took place between 2013 and 2015 as part of the Work.Master program at HEAD – Genève.
RME consisted consisted amongst other of visits to various places within Geneva, Switzerland : visits to museums, cafes, restaurants, hotels, brothels, cinemas and other institutions. Most of the time the visits were accompanied by an instructor or in-house professional giving a tour or introduction: In and out: From one institution to the other...

This book has been conceived as an extension of RME and its blog by : Bianca Benenti, Denise Bertschi, Isaac Contreras, Ashley Cook, Diego De Atucha, Ravi Govender, Paul Guian, Gitte Hendrikx, Sarah Margnetti, Irene Muñoz, Philip Pilekjær, Juliette Russbach, Seyoung Yoon, and is an indirect result of Tobias Kaspar’s program RME (Roommate Education) ran from 2013 to 2015 at the Work.Master at HEAD – Genève.

Compiled by Bianca Benenti, Denise Bertschi, Ashley Cook, Isaac Contreras, Philip Pilekjær, Seyoung Yoon
Designed by Julien Tavelli
Published by Tobias Kaspar
Distributed by BECKBOOKS

With the support of HEAD – Genève

Multiple         EUR 100 ORDER

Ramaya Tegegne, Mullicans, 2014

Artist edition, signed and numbered.
Materials: porcelain
Edition of 20, PDF with full details here.
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