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LEARN TO READ ART. 2019. ONE OF 300 NUMBERED EXAMPLES.

NYC: Printed Matter, 2019<BR> 45 x 45cm screen print on white cotton with a dictum "Learn to read art" in a design by Weine that apes traditional embroidery. One of only 300 numbered examples (ink on the cotton) and with printed publisher's bandeau. VG+. <BR><BR>  

£85.00

FOREVER & A DAY. TEMPORARY TATTOO.

n.p. : Weiner, n.d. 10.2 x 15.4cm (approx) multi colour temporary tattoo with the title text in a design by Weiner. Unlimited edition. Fine.

£45.00

ON THE VERGE. TEMPORARY TATTOO. 2015

Istanbul: Istanbul Bienalle, 2015 6.5 x 7.8cm (approx) multi colour temporary tattoo with the title text in a design by Weiner. Unlimited edition but only available in Instabul during the Festival. Fine.

£45.00

NAU EM I ART BILONG YUMI. 2017.

N.p.: s.p., n.d. (2017) 6 x 6cm temporary colour tattoo with the title text on it. Unlimited edition. Unused although the backing paper has slightly ruffed but not affecting the tattoo.

£30.00

BZASE/PROGETTI PER L’ARTE. 2018. WALLET CALENDAR.

Firenze: Base, 2018 8 x 5.5cm, 2pp pocket calendar which has all the dates for 2018 on the reverse and on the front 15 small colour images of artists in the group show including Oliver Mosset, Lawrence Weiner, Richard Long, Martin Creed, Franz West and others. Object multiple and announcement. VG+.

£20.00

A LARGE COLLECTION OF POINT D’IRONIE INCLUDING SOME RARE NUMBERS 1997 – 2020.

Paris: Agnes b, 1997 - 2020 A large collection of 51 separate numbers from the artist's publication issued by the fashion house. Uniformly 42 x 30cm, 8pp (except #43 which is two separate folded sheets – both 42 x 30cm, 2pp) The numbers included in this extensive collection are: #03: Douglas Gordon: November 1997; i #05: Annette Messager: April 1998; #06: Lawrence Weiner: May 1998; #08: Itsuko Hasegawa & Dan Graham: September 1998; #10: Claude Lévêque: January 1999; #11: Hans-Peter Feldmann: March 1999; #12: Harmony Korine: May 1999; #13: Antoinette Ohannessian and Toni Negri: June 1999; #14: Louise Bourgeois: September 1999; Special issue: Frédéric Bruly Bouabré: January 2000; #15: Roni Horn: February 2000; #16: Richard Billingham: May 2000; #17: John Giorno & Ugo Rondinone: June 2000; #18: Rosemarie Trockel: July 2000; #19: Cedric Price: November 2000; #20: Ken Lum & Chen Zhen: February 2001; #22: Gilbert & George: September 2001; #23: Thomas Hirschhorn: October 2001; #24: Yona Friedman: December 2001; #25: Matthew Barney: June 2002; #26: Christian Boltanski: June 2002; #27: Hanne Darboven: June 2002; #29: Edouard Glissant: November 2002 #30: Claude Closky: June 2003; #31: Yoko Ono: October 2003; 32: Paul-Armand Gette: January 2004; Special issue: Hors serie (32 bis): Agnes B. / Hans Ulrich Obrist Interview: April 2004; #33: Philippe Parreno: April 2004; #34: Michel Foucault: September 2004; #35: Yona Friedman: October 2004; Special issue: Nancy Spero: April 2005; #36: Tacita Dean: May 2004; #37: Ed Ruscha: June 2005; #39: Richard Prince: April 2006; #40: Damien Hirst: September 2006 #42: Tobias Buche: February 2007; #43: Hreinn Fridfinnsson: July 2007; #44: Hugues Reip & Melanie Counsell: July 2008; #46: Carlos Cruz-Diez: December 2008; #47: Koo Jeong-A: March 2009; Special issue: Stephane Hessel & Pascal Lemaitre– April 2010; #50: Christian Boltanski – May 2010; Special issue: P. Reimer - January 2011; #54: Pierre Henry – June 2013; #56: Robert Barry: September 2015; #57: Agnes Varda: September 2015; #58: Gustav Metzger: February 2016; #59: Raymond Pettibon and Marcel Dzama: November 2016 #60: John Giorno: July 2017 #62: Pierre Alechinsky: 2018 #63: Claude Leveque: 2020 All in VG+.

£995.00

WITHIN A REALM OF DISTANCE: LAWRENCE WEINER AT BLENHEIM PALACE. 2015.

Blenheim: Blenheim Art Foundation, 2015 29.5 x 25cm, 136 plus artist designed boards. Exhibition catalogue of essays and images which positions Weiner’s solo, site-specific exhibition Within a Realm of Distance at Blenheim Palace in 2015 within the wider context of his work since the 1960s as a founding figure of New York Conceptualism. Texts in English by Michael Frahm, Lord Edward Spencer-Churchill, Iwona Blazwick, Jordan Wolfson and Christian Gether. VG+.

£75.00

METAPHORIA II. 2013.

Paris: Lab'Bel, 2013 33 x 24cm, 58pp plus boards with embossed title. Exhibition catalogue for a group show co-ordinated by the artistic wing of the processed cheese company. Works by Ceal Floyer, Michel Blazy, Norbert Van Ackeren, Gereon Krebber, Ugo Rondinone, Karin Sander, Gregor Schneider, Michael Staab, Nisrek Varhonja and Lawrence Weiner. Images of all works in full colour. VG+.

£30.00

ME + YOU & WE. 2020. ONE OF 175 PLATES.

NYC: Coalition for the Homeless, 2020 31 x 31cm, two part yellow cardboard box with foam insert supporting a 16cm dia. artist designed porcelain plate by Weiner.  The charity edition fed 75 hungry homeless workers for each plate sold - and only 175 of each plate was produced. Weiner's text in red , yellow and blue is a conceptual art statement stressing our solidarity with each and every one of us. Mint. JOINT: the Coalition for the Homeless booklet showing all of the plates produced.  

£495.00

ARTE INFORMA NO. 7. ARTE CONCEPTUAL Y DE SISTEMAS. 1971.

Buenos Aires: Dash, 1971 42 x 29cm, 8pp (self cover). Artist's journal in the form of a tabloid newspaper. This number is concentrated on conceptual art and has articles in Spanish - including a large article by Daniel Buren and another on David Lamelas and a double page spread on Arte de Sistemas exhibition at the Museo de Arte Moderno with works by Barry, Andre, Weiner, reproduced as well as texts and images of Argentinian conceptual art (Antonio Trotta, Victor Grippo, Alfredo Portiillos, Alberto Perllegrino, and Jean Pabo Renzi). Paper a little browned but else VG+.

£45.00

TAKE ME (I’M YOURS). 2015. WITH CHILDREN’S PROGRAMME.

Paris: Monnaie de Paris, 2015 18 x 14cm, 36pp (self cover). The exhibition catalogue for the major exhibition curated by Boltanski and Olbrist which was based on their original show in the Serpentine Gallery, London in 2007.  The exhibition was based on the idea that the artists would give works to the attendees for free to take away. Included works by Gilbert and George, Douglas Gordon, Boltanski, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Lawrence Weiner, Jeremy Deller and others. B/w images of installations and texts in French and English. VG+. JOINT: TAKE ME Paris: Monnaie de Paris, 2015 15 x 11cm, 28pp (self cover). The children's version of the programme with one work on the cover. Texts in French and English. VG+. Price is for both together.

£35.00

APRES LE FAIT MAIS AVANT LE DELUGE. 1997.

Lille: Art?, 1997 35  x 58cm, black and yellow silkscreen ink on white with a typographic work by Weiner  - the text translates to "AFTER THE FACT BUT BEFORE THE DELUGE". One of only c. 50 such prints made. VG+.

£225.00

A DAY IN THE LIFE. 2003.

Tokyo: Gallery 360, 2003 14.5 x 11cm, 60pp plus card covers. Photographic artist's book with over 50 colour images of the artist in New York and some drawings. One of 1,000 issued. VG+.

£65.00

KOPFBAHNHOF/TERMINAL. 1995. ONE OF 121 SIGNED & NUMBERED EXAMPLES.

Leipzig: Leipzig Hauptbahnhof, 1995 13 × 24 × 3 cm, two part cardboard box content of 80 printed timetables for the trains in the city of Leipzig. Each has a different variation of a text piece by the artist as a public intervention. This box contains the complete collection along with a signed and numbered yellow band from a total edition of 121 copies. All VG+ in like box.

£850.00

COVERED BY CLOUDS. 1989.

Furkapasshohe: Furkart, 1989 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp postcard with a reproduced photogrpah of the artist's permanent installation at the house on the  Furkapasshohe on the front in colour (the text reads "COVERED BY CLOUDS", verso details. VG+.

£65.00

LEFT OF CENTER/RIGHT OF CENTER/AS IF IT WERE/ MIDDLE OF THE ROAD/IF AS IT WERE. 1970. A FULL SET OF THESE PAPER WORKS

n.p. (Bruxelles): H. & N. Daled, 1970
Four separate 17 x 10 cm sheets of printed paper - each with one of the above texts and "Under Responsibility and Collection of H. & N. Daled” - the famous exhibition entirely consisted of four books with perforated sheets each of which could have one page removed and taken away. This is a complete set of the removed pages and is a rare find. VG+ condition although obviously torn at the perforations from the original book.

Price is for all four sheets

£600.00

CONCENTRICITY PER SE. 2012.

Berlin: Blain Southern, 2012 84 x 59cm, yellow, black and blue on gloss paper. Offset lithographic exhibition poster with a design by Weiner. VG+.  

£375.00

LEARN TO READ ART. 1990.

NYC: Printed Matter, 1990 17.8 x 5.1 cm, black and yellow offset on coloured stiff paper with diecut hole. A bookmark issued by Printed Matter as a gift to subscribers. VG+. JOINT Original Printed Matter appeal leaflet and envelope.

£50.00

DECONSTRUCT. 1986.

NYC:  John Gibson Gallery, 1986 15 x 10.5cm, 2pp typographic announcement card fora group show with contributions from John Armleder, Daniel Buren, William Childress, Tony Cragg, Gordon Matta-Clark, Mario Merz, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Smithson and Lawrence Weiner . VG+.

£95.00