Exhibition catalogue Texts in English   New       EUR 25 ORDER

Raffaella Perna, Marco Scotini, The Unexpected Subject. 1978 Art and Feminism in Italy, Flash Art, 2019

Ce catalogue revient sur les années 1970 en tant que moment clé de l'histoire de l'art italien du XXe siècle, au cours duquel la diffusion de la pensée féministe permet une nouvelle prise de conscience qui encourage de nombreuses femmes artistes, commissaires d'exposition et historiennes de l'art à repenser leur rôle dans la société, la vie et l'art. A partir d'une date symbolique, 1978, année où Mirella Bentivoglio présente plus de 80 artistes femmes pour l'exposition Materializzazione del linguaggio à l'occasion de la 38e Biennale de Venise, le catalogue propose une relecture de la décennie en soulignant le lien étroit entre pratique artistique et féminisme. Les histoires et les œuvres des figures féminines de cette époque témoignent de l'émergence dans l'histoire d'un sujet nouveau et inattendu qui, interrompant le « monologue de la culture patriarcale », parvient enfin à se manifester.

Exhibition catalogue Softcover 36 pages 26 x 17 cm Texts in English   Normal used condition       EUR 10 ORDER

Coll., Fluxus! , Institute of Modern Art, 1990

An exhibition of textile-art multiples published by editions Francesco Conz.

Curated by Nicholas Zurbrugg, Francesco Conz and Nicholas Tsoutas.

Exhibition catalogue Softcover with dust jacket 120 pages 25 x 21 cm Texts in French / German   Very good condition, including ex-libris from previous owner Pascal Doury       EUR 55 ORDER

Rosemarie Trockel, Carsten Höller, MAISONS / HÄUSER, Paris-Musées, 1999

"L'intérêt de Carsten Höller pour les animaux n'a rien à voir avec l'enthousiasme de ceux qui s'exclament "Comme ils sont mignons !", une larme perlant au coin d'un oeil niais au-dessus d'un sourire béat, devant une famille de canards sur un étang. Le règne animal représente plutôt à ses yeux une gamme très sophistiquée des possibles comportements dans des sociétés organisées, en même temps qu'un univers sur lequel ne pèse aucun a priori culturel interne et où les espèces négocient en permanence leur survie comme leurs interrelations."

Avec inserts de Pascal Doury

 

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Softcover in sleeve 119 pages 26 x 21 cm Texts in French / English   New       EUR 40 ORDER

Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Celebration? Realife. Revisited, Koenig Books, FRAC Bourgogne, 2005

Essays by Alison Bracker, Matthew Higgs, Martin McGeown and Gustav Metzger. "This post-Pop scatter artist's seminal installation Celebration? Real Life has seen a lot of attention in recent years, and most recently been literally revisited--revised and re-installed--in London, Zurich, and Dijon. The 1972 original and the revivals are all here, in plans, drawings, invitations, and photographs, presented as both reflections of the time in which they were first conceived and important references for a younger generation" (the publisher).

Exhibition catalogue, Monograph 220 pages 25 x 18 cm Texts in Portuguese / English   New       EUR 35 ORDER

Joao Ribas, Delfim Sardo, SPLITTING, CUTTING, WRITING, DRAWING, EATING… GORDON MATTA-CLARK, Fundação de Serralves , Fundação CGD - Culturgest, 2017

Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) is one of the most influential artists of the 1970s, whose work has continued to be a noted influence of both architects and visual artists since. SPLITTING, CUTTING, WRITING, DRAWING, EATING…GORDON MATTA-CLARK  surveys the constructive and destructive verbs that defined his relation to art and architecture, featuring correspondence, drawings, photographs, notebooks, and films related to the artist's key projects, drawn from the archive of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal.  Along with his major building cuts from 1973 to 1978, in which laboriously cut holes into floors of abandoned or disused buildings, including A W-Hole House, Conical Intersect, Day’s End, and Splitting (1974), the exhibition also explores his interest in metabolic and cooking processes, including his restaurant Food (1971); his play with language and the syntax of voids, gaps, and abandoned spaces;  and the use of drawing as a mode of thinking through space.The exhibition will focus on these social and creative aspects of Matta-Clark´s conception of architecture, or as he put it, "making space without building it,".

Exhibition catalogue, Monograph Hardcover 183 pages 24 x 17 cm Texts in English / German   Used cover       EUR 90 ORDER

Coll., Jutta Koether, Kunsthalle Bern, DuMont Literatur, 2006

Jutta Koether's translucent color fields, expressive brushstrokes and female subjects--as well as her use of poetry, art history and Mylar--can make her seem like a feminist answer to the Cologne art scene, a counterpart to artists like Martin Kippenberger, Sigmar Polke and Albert Oehlen. In fact, she is a central contemporary painter in her own right, as well as a performance artist, a musician and a critic. She collaborates musically with Sonic Youth's Kim Gordon and Television's Tom Verlaine, contributes regularly to Artforumand the respected German culture magazine Spex, and teaches in Bard College's MFA program--and has recently shown her work at Reena Spaulings Fine Art and Thomas Erben Gallery in New York. Koether's work, which the New York Timeshas called "vibrant" and "intriguing," was a standout in the 2006 Whitney Biennial. This look back documents the artist's oeuvre from the mid-80s forward, with an extensive selection of images.

Exhibition catalogue 21 x 15 cm Texts in French   Botton left corner slightly bent       EUR 44 ORDER

Jonas Mekas, Films immobiles, une célébration. Photogrammes, textes extraits du journal intime et un poème, agnès b., Galerie du Jour, 1996

Catalogue publiée à l'occasion de l'exposition des photogrammes de Jonas Mekas, "Films immobiles, une célébration" qui s'est tenue à la Galerie du Jour et à l'American Center à Paris en 1996.

Un joli petit catalogue avec les photogrammes exposées pendant l'exposition accompagnées des textes extraits du journal intime du célèbre cinéaste arménien, figure culte du cinéma underground new-yorkais des années 60.

Exhibition catalogue, Monograph Hardcover 34 x 25 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 48 ORDER

Corita Kent, International Signal Code Alphabet, Atelier Éditions, 2018

Radical American artist, educator and once-devout Catholic nun, Corita Kent’s provocative serigraphy has entranced audiences for over four decades. Originally completed in 1968, Kent’s Signal Code Alphabet, encompasses a series of 26 kaleidoscopic serigraphs integrating scripture, typography, image, icon, and the maritime flags of the International Code of Signals. As 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of both the series’ completion, and the centennial of Kent’s birth, the celebratory publication reproduces for the first time, Kent’s International Signal Code Alphabet within fine art monograph format.

 

Exhibition catalogue 320 pages 24 x 17 cm Texts in English / Deutsch   New       EUR 34 ORDER

Helen Hirsch, Katrin Luchsinger, An Lehninger, Extraordinaire! Unknown Works from Swiss Psychiatric Institutions around 1900, Scheidegger & Spiess, 2018

There has been a rapid rise in interest in recent years in art created by people suffering from mental illness, with new museums dedicated to it, major surveys, and attention from the media and public. Yet there has been little research undertaken to systematically examine this body of art.

Extraordinary! presents the results of an exceptional research project undertaken at the Zurich University of the Arts that documented and examined art produced in asylums and mental hospitals throughout Switzerland around 1900. Varied in style and media, the works often mark long periods of dedicated and passionate work and reveal remarkable technical and artistic prowess. They serve, the editors show, as both an expression of their creators’ ideas and an act of compensation for, and their own ciriticism of, the dull and often hard life at the institutions they treaded.

Featuring a diverse selection of previously unpublished works, Extraordinary! questions our contemporary understanding of art, encouraging the reader to engage with these artists and their work and thereby revisit the very idea of what constitutes art.

Exhibition catalogue 327 pages Texts in French   Good condition       EUR 38 ORDER

Rainer Michael Mason, Moderne Postmoderne. Deux cas d'école : l'avant-garde russe et hongroise 1916-1925, Giorgio de Chirico 1924-1934, Éditions du Tricorne, 1988

Exhibition catalogue, Monograph 70 pages Texts in English   Good condition       EUR 54 ORDER

Robert Morris, The Felt Works, Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, 1989

Ce livre provient de la collection de Pascal Doury. Plus d'infos ici.

 

Exhibition catalogue, Monograph Texts in German & French   Good condition       EUR 48 ORDER

Martin Kippenberger, Catalogue, Villa Arson, 1990

Catalogue d’une exposition de Martin Kippenberger à la Villa Arson en 1990, avec un texte de A. R. Penck (“Pauvre Martin, ou comment peut-on être Persan?”) et une introduction de Christian Bernard (“La sycophante et l’histrion”).

Ce livre provient de la collection de Pascal Doury. Plus d'infos ici.

 

Exhibition catalogue, Poetry First Edition Softcover Texts in French   Good condition       EUR 280 ORDER

Bernard Blistène, Poésure et peintrie, Musées de Marseille, 1993

En contrepoint de l'exposition "Poésure et Peintrie" qu'organisent, dans le cadre de la Vieille Charité, les Musées de Marseille, un ouvrage fait le point sur une histoire jusqu'ici fragmentaire et mal connue. A l'aide des meilleurs chercheurs et théoriciens traitant chacun l'un des aspects du sujet, le livre explore les relations qui se sont construites, de la naissance de l'époque moderne jusqu'à nos jours, entre poésie et peinture. Il ne s'agit pas pour autant d'une histoire des poètes qui ont peint, mais plus subtilement des passages et des liens qui se sont établis autour d'une poésie qui s'est faite image pour devenir un véritable fait plastique. Du Coup de dés de Mallarmé aux calligrammes d'Apollinaire ou de Pierre Albert-Birot, des Mots en liberté futuristes aux jeux Dada et à l'optophonétisme de Raoul Hausmann ou la Ursonate de Kurt Schwitters, des poèmes-objets de Breton aux logogrammes de

Christian Dotremont, du zaoum d'Iliazd aux crirythmes de Dufrêne, de la poésie concrète à la poésie visuelle ou sonore, autant de " genres " qu'on a tenus à l'écart ou dans la marge des grandes novations esthétiques du siècle et auxquels cette exposition et l'ouvrage qui l'accompagne tentent de donner leur véritable place.

Exhibition catalogue, Monograph First Edition Softcover 240 pages Texts in Deutsch         EUR 45 ORDER

Ana Mendieta, Ana Mendieta. Traces., Hatje Cantz, 2013

Voller Einfallsreichtum und Provokationslust schuf Ana Mendieta (1948 1985) während ihres kurzen Lebens ein innovatives und radikales Werk, in dem sie ihren Körper mit elementaren Stofflichkeiten wie Blut, Feuer, Erde oder Wasser verband und in Performances zu organischen Skulpturen formte. Leben, Tod, Wiedergeburt und spirituelle Wandlung sind zentrale Sujets im Schaffen der Künstlerin, die, in Kuba geboren, früh nach Amerika geschickt, an den Brüchen des Exildaseins und kultureller Heimatlosigkeit litt. Ihre »earth-body works« sind von mysteriös-poetischer Anmutung. In der Symbiose mit der Natur wird ihr Körper zur gespenstischen Silhouette aus tobenden Flammen oder schäumenden Wellen. Gottheiten erscheinen in Sand gemalt, auf Stein geritzt oder in Erde gezeichnet. Neben Zeichnungen, Foto- und Filmarbeiten werden erstmals Schriften und Originaldokumente der Künstlerin veröffentlicht. Ausstellung: Hayward Gallery, London 24.9. 15.12.2013 | Museum der Moderne Salzburg 29.3. 6.7.2014

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Softcover Texts in English   Very good condition       EUR 75 ORDER

Hans Ulrich Obrist, Hou Hanru, Cities on the move, CAPC, Secession, 1998

Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Hou Hanru, the exhibition “Cities on the Move” exuded the cacophony of the Asian hyper-architecture that it took as its model. Physically mimicking the controlled chaos of these evolving Asian urban landscapes, the curators brought together contributions by over 70 artists and architects working in and around Asia. They attempted to map the uniquely hybrid manifestations of Asian urban modernization, which they describe in terms of Rem Koolhaas’s notion of “Cities of Exacerbated Difference” (COEDs).

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Hardcover 112 pages Texts in English and Japanese   Very good condition       EUR 130 ORDER

Hélène Fleiss, エレン―フレンチ・フォトグラフィ?, rockin'on inc., 1997

Contains pictures by Anette Aurell, Mauricio Guillen, Anders Eoström, Chrisophe Brunnquell, Anne-Iris Guiyonnet, Laetitia Benat, Ronal Stoops, Camille Vivier, Mark Borthwick, Banu Cennetoglu, Vidya & Jean-Michel, Claude Closky, Georges Tony Stoll, Horst Diekgerdes.

Published on the occasion of the exhibition at gallery THE deep, Tokyo, October 13 – November 15, 1997. Exhibition organized by Elein Fleiss and Makoto Ohrui.

Editorial direction : Elein Fleiss / Purple Institute
Art direction and design : Makoto Ohrui / Fiction, Inc.

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Hardcover 288 pages Texts in English   New       EUR 68 ORDER

Manuela Ammer, Achim Hochdörfer, David Joselit, Painting 2.0. Expression in the Information Age, Prestel, 2016

This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition Painting 2.0: Expression in the Information Age at mumock, Vienna, from June 4 to November 6, 2016, curated by David Joselit and Achim Hochdörfer with Manuela Ammer.

The exhibition places our sustained interest in contemporary painting and the continuous expansion of digital technologies within a surprising historical context. It goes back to the dawn of the information age in the 1960s and shows how painting already then developed in productive friction with mass culture and its media. From the arrival of television to the so-called internet revolution, painting has consistently succeeded in integrating the mechanisms that seemed to herald its own death.

With more than two hundred artworks by more than one hundred artists, Painting 2.0 tells the multifaceted story of painting from the 1960s to the present. Painting is seen as a form of practice that—contrary to canonical accounts—in no way shies away from increasing media realities, but rather faces the challenges head on. One driving force in this development is the collision of visual codes of the spectacle with the traces of painterly expressivity. Painting 2.0 shows that the expressive gesture was again and again connected with the desire to reintegrate the virtual world of the information age into the material realm of the human body. In painting over the last fifty years, the contrary domains of the human and the technological, and the analog and the digital have proven to be intrinsically intertwined.

Cinema, Exhibition catalogue First Edition Softcover 124 pages Texts in German & French   New       EUR 25 ORDER

Coll., Film Implosion! Experimental Cinema in Switzerland, Revolver Publishing, 2017

La création de films expérimentaux en Suisse est prolifique et riche en surprises. Nombreux sont les créateurs qui ont rompu avec les méthodes appliquées habituellement lors de la réalisation d’un film en expérimentant directement sur le film, en produisant des films documentaires non-conformistes, des œuvres politiques ou féministes, des fictions et des installations vidéo. Pour eux, dont Dieter Meier, Fredi M. Murer ou Pipilotti Rist, le film expérimental marqua souvent le début d’une carrière qui allait se retrouver dans d'autres catégories de films ou d'art.

Catalogue publié à l'occasion de l'exposition Film Implosion! à Fri Art, Fribourg (21 novembre 2015 - 21 février 2016) et à Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich (3 février - 9 avril, 2017) qui lève le voile sur un pan méconnu de l'histoire de l'art helvétique en proposant la première exposition entièrement consacrée au cinéma expérimental en Suisse. Celle-ci présente un large panorama des pratiques d'expérimentation dans les médiums du cinéma en particulier, mais également de la vidéo, depuis les années 1960.

Édité par François Bovier, Balthazar Lovay, Sylvain Menétrey et Dan Soblach.

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Softcover 272 pages 28 x 22 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 36 ORDER

Julie Ault, Show & Tell: A Chronique of Group Material, Four Corners Books, 2010

This is the first monograph celebrating Group Material, the New York-based artists collaborative known for its socio-political art practice. Collated by former group members, the book charts the development, projects and contexts of the group’s activities, drawing heavily from the group's own archive and including original documents, photographs, drawings, correspondence, artefacts and texts. 45 projects from the group's lifetime (1979–1996) are represented through installation photography, original proposals, exhibition statements, press releases, and responses, while the emblematic exhibition project 'AIDS Timeline' is examined in detail, including in newly conducted interviews.

Exhibition catalogue, Monograph First Edition Hardcover 88 pages 33 x 26 cm Texts in English   New       EUR 42 ORDER

Dan Graham, Buildings and Signs 1978 Models, gta Verlag, 2015

Since the 1960s Dan Graham has been one of the most seminal protagonists in conceptual art. With his walk­-through glass Pavilions, he places architecturally de­ signed elements in space, thereby altering the viewer’s perceptions of its surround­ ing. The resulting estrangement effect enables the viewer to rediscover and re­ experience spatial dimensions. Among his recent projects is the commission of the Roof Garden on the Metropolitan Museum in New York which was made in cooperation with the landscape architect and ETH professor Günther Vogt. This exhibition at the ETH is the artist’s first institutional solo show in Zürich. The publication flesh­ es out Graham’s perspective on his model­-like works, in which art and architecture come together.

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