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RECONSTRUCT/DECONSTRUCT. 1987.

NYC: John Gibson, 1987 22.5 x 15.5cm, unpaginated (42pp) plus card covers. Exhibition catalogue for two group shows one called Construct and the other Reconstruct both curated by Robert Nikas . On show were paintings, sculptural and photographic works. Included in the Construct show are works by John Armleder, Beth Brenner, Olivier Mossett, Peter Halley, Merk Stahl, Christian Eckart, Wallace Donohue, Haim Steinbach, Steven Parrino, Robert Smithson, Bertrand Lavier, and in the Reconstruct show: John Armleder, Bruce Nauman, Mario Merz, Daniel Buren, Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Smithson, Lawrence Weiner, Gordon Matta-Clark, Tony Cragg and William Childress. At least one work by each artist reproduced in b/w. . VG+.

£75.00

QUID PRO QUO. 2008.

Rome:  Gagosian, 2008 21.5 x 21.5cm, unpaginated. Original card covers. Artist's book with various maquettes (designated as 'prologue' and 'epilogue' by the artist) and two extensive wall "sculptures" - one as two double fold out pages on card bound in. Issued on the occasion of an exhibition in Rome there is rather good essay at the back of the book. Some marks to the front cover including a small ink line else VG+.

£45.00

WITH AN ADVANCE DECLINED AT/TO. 1974. ORIGINAL ARTWORK /MAQUETTE FOR INTERFUNKTIONEN. SIGNED, DATED AND DECIATED BY WEINER TO RUDI FUCHS.

Amsterdam: Weiner, 1974 25.3 x 20.2cm, 2pp. The original artwork/maquette created by Lawrence Weiner for the important art journal Interfunctionen which was published in the 11th number of the journal. Weiner's work here has the original typed texts on blue paper tipped onto a backing sheet of rules school paper along with handwritten ink additions. The sheet has also had the top left corner of the paper cut off by Weiner (something he often did to modify paper or posters). One the top left of the sheet there is a handwritten dedication "For Rudi" (Fuchs) and signed Lawrence in black ink along with the date and place: "A'dam 1974". On the reverse Weiner has also written "published Interfunktionen 11, 1974" in black ink. The backing paper is a little browned after nearly 50 years and the glue on the back of the typed blue papers has discoloured the paper a little in places. The work has also been double punched for storage but this has avoided any of the texts. A unique and important relatively early work by the conceptual artist with the association with the Dutch conceptual art curator. PRICE ON APPLICATION. DO ENQUIRE.

£9,950.00