RICHARD LONG Temp

JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER 1969 / JUILLET, AOUT, SEPTEMBRE 1969 – CATALOG OF THE EXHIBITION: CARL ANDRE, ROBERT BARRY, DANIEL BUREN, JAN DIBBETS, DOUGLAS HUEBLER, JOSEPH KOSUTH, SOL LEWITT, RICHARD LONG, N.E. THING CO. LTD., ROBERT SMITHSON, LAWRENCE WEINER. 1969.

NYC: Seth Siegelaub & Verlag Gebr. Koenig, 1969 27 x 21.5cm, 26pp, card covers. Text in English, French and German. "July, August, September 1969" is one of Seth Siegelaub's seminal Conceptual Art exhibition documents whose participants were Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Daniel Buren, Jan Dibbets, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, N.E. Thing Co. Ltd., Robert Smithson, and Lawrence Weiner. A very good example this is now uncommon.

£275.00

ARS POVERA. 1969. FIRST EDITION.

Milan: Gabriele Mazzotta Editore, 1969 23 x 21cm, 238pp plus 8pp of original pictorial card wrappers. The first edition of this important review of arte povera with works by Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Robert Barry, Joseph Beuys, Alighiero Boetti, Marinus Boezem, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Jan Dibbets, Eva Hesse, Walter De Maria, Ger Van Elk, Lucio Fabro, Barry Flanagan, Hans Haacke, Michael Heizer, Douglas Huebler, Stephan Kaltenbach, Jannis Kounellis, Joseph Kosuth, Richard Long, Mario Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Giulio Paolini, Giuseppe Penone, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Emilio Prini, Reiner Rutherbeck, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, France Erhard Walther, Lawrence Weiner and Gilberto Zorio. Former owner's name in ink on half-title but otherwise very good example of this increasingly elusive title.

£275.00

ARTE POVERA. 1969. SECOND BUT RARER EDITION

New York, Praeger, 1969 23 x 21cm, 238pp plus 8pp of original pictorial card wrappers. The scarce second edition of this important review of arte povera with work by Andre, Anselmo, Barry, Beuys, Boetti, Boezem, Calzolari, Dibbets, Hesse, Walter De Maria Van Elk, Fabro, Flanagan, Haacke, Heizer, Huebler, Kaltenbach, Kounellis, Kosuth, Long, Merz, Morris, Nauman, Oppenheim, Paolini, Penone, Pistoletto, Prini, Rutherbeck, Serra, Smithson, Sonnier, Walther, Weiner and Zorio. The cover is different from the first edition published in Milan but otherwise the book is essentially the same publication - a very good example of this title which is harder to find than the first edition.

£295.00

18 PARIS IV 70. 1970.

New York: Seth Siegelaub & International General, 1970 16 x 11cm, 66 pp.important conceptual catalogue/artist's book which WAS the exhibition. Consists of proposals for works by 18 artists - Ian Wilson, Niele Toroni, Robert Ryman, David Lamelas, Douglas Huebler, Francois Guinochet, Jean-Pierre Djian, Lawrence Weiner, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Edward Ruscha, On Kawara, Gilbert & George, Jan Dibbets, Daniel Buren, Stanley Brouwn, Marcel Broodthaers, & Robert Barry, plus texts in parallel French/English/German by Michel Claura. Very good although some scratches to black card boards. 245 uk pounds

£295.00

DOKUMENTATION 1. 1978.

Zurich: INK. Halle fur Internationale Neueu Kunst, 1978 25 x 19cm, unpaginated (c. 64pp) plus wrappers. Exhibition catalogue published as a comprehensive catalogue for all exhibition held at the Ink. Halle für Internationale Neue Kunst, Zürich, Switzerland. Artists in the catalogue include A.R. Penck, Robert Ryman, Sol LeWitt, Jannis Kounellis, Georg Baselitz, Richard Long, Lawrence Weiner, Bruce Nauman, Gerhard Richter, Lothar Baumgarten, Bernd and Hilla Becher, and Robert Mangold. Text in English and German. Illustrated in b/w throughout. Scarce.

£75.00

ART & PROJECT. BEELDEN IN DE PLANCIUS. 1985.

Amsterdam: Art & Project, 1985 30 x 21cm, 4pp announcement for a group show (with common design to the Bulletins), One installation work reproduced in b/w on the inside by Zadok Ben-david. A mailed example which has been folded - overall VG. Scarce.

£95.00

HALLEN FUR NEUE KUNST. 1987.

Schaffhausen: Hallen fur Neue Kunst, n.d. (1987) 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp. Announcement card for a group show with works by  Robert Mangold, Joseph Beuys, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Jannis Kounellis, Sol Lewitt, Richard Long, Mario Merz, Bruce Nauman, Robert Ryman, and Lawrence Weiner. One painting by Mangold on the front and verso – gallery details. A mailed example with typed address label but VG+.

£35.00

HINDSIGHT. 1993.

Halifax: Henry Moore Sculpture Trust, 1993 42 x 60cm, black and red offset lithographic exhibition poster for a group show including Jannis Kounellis, Richard Long, Giuseeppe Penone, Ulrich Ruckreim, Lawrence Weiner and Alison Wilding. VG.

£25.00

ART & PROJECT BULLETIN 90.  RICHARD LONG: WEST COAST OF IRELAND. 1975.

Amsterdam: Art and Project, 1975 30 x 21cm, 4pp b/w conceptual artwork in the form of a postal bulletin with internal full colour (unusual for the A+P Bulletins) double page artist-taken photograph of "Stones in Inishmore, Aran islands".. Rather lovely if bleak. Scarce. Fine, unmailed copy.

£175.00

ART & PROJECT BULLETIN 116. RICHARD LONG. 1980. 

Amsterdam: Art & Project, 1980 30 x 21cm, 4pp. Typographic outer folder content of a folded two sided orange silkscreen on white paper by the artist (opens to 42 x 60cm). An usual format for the A+P Bulletins, VG+.

£145.00

INTERFUNKTIONEN Nr 7. 1971.

Koln: Friedrich Wolfram Heubach, 1971 30 x 21cm, 95pp plus pictorial wrappers. A single number of this influential avant garde international periodical. Cover is taken from the Beuys' aktion 'Celtic + Aquarius' which dominates the journal with 48 pages of b/w photographs internally. The rest of the original contributions relate to land works by artists including contributions by Long and Oppenheim and Dan Graham's Two Homes page work is an important landmark in conceptual art. Scarce. Covers are slightly browned but otherwise very good. LAID IN: Subscription form for Interfunkionen and a publicity leaflet for a book.

£175.00

DARTMOOR STONES A CALENDAR FOR 1987. 1987.

London: D'Offrey, 1987 27.5 x 21.5cm, 56pp. Boards. Artist's book in the form of a calendar privately printed for the gallery and distributed mostly to clients and friends. Twelve full page full colour photographs reproduced in front of each month. One of 800 printed. Fine.

£30.00

MOUNTAINS AND WATERS. 1992.

London: D'Offrey, 1992 21 x 30cm, unpaginated (c.80pp). Boards. Printed dustjacket. Artist's book with reproduced artworks in b/w, red and black and colours. Fine.

£40.00

DRIFTWOOD. 1975.

Antwerpen: Wide White Space, 1975 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp invitation card designed by the artist and which reproduces a drawing by Long of a driftwood zig-zag. The exhibition was the first for almost a year at the gallery as Anny de Deccker struggled to motivate herself after facing the relative lack of interest by the public in the gallery's programme - after the event was closed there was a further lengthy hiatus in the Gallery's activities with only a later Weiner show a year when finally the gallery effectively closed its doors as a physical manifestation. Scarce. In fine condition.

£75.00

RICHARD LONG. 1984.

NYC: Sperone Westwater, 1984 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp announcement card with a photographic work "A Lappland Walk" on the front in b/w. VG+.

£45.00

THERE WERE TWO YOUNG MEN WHO DID LAUGH. ‘MAGAZINE SCULPTURE’. 1971. IN STUDIO INTERNATIONAL.

London: SIP, 1971 Studio International May 1971. The British Avant Garde issue. 31 x 24cm, 180pp plus card covers. Single number of this well known magazine - notable since Gilbert and George contribute a 2 page magazine sculpture "There were two young men who did laugh" - an overprinted text with an image of the couple as young men overlooking the British Houses of Parliament.

£195.00

THE CRITICAL EYE. VICTOR BURGIN/GILBERT & GEORGE/MARY KELLY/RICHARD LONG/BRUCE MCLEAN/DAVID TREMLETT . 1984.

Connecticut: Yale Centre for British Art, 1984 28 x 23.5 x 3.5cm printed cardboard box with a 48pp plus wrappers catalogue, a 36pp plus wrappers biography and six various original contributions /printed multiples by the artists including an artist's book by Kelly, McLean and offset lithographic prints by Long (b/w), G& G (colour), Tremlett and Burgin. The augmented exhibition catalogue for the show. Fine in very slightly dented box (top right).

£95.00

RIVER AVON MUD HAND CIRCUS. BECKS BEER BOTTLE. 1991.

London: Becks Beer , 1991 Standard 275ml sealed bottle of beer Issued by Becks Beer for Long's exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, London as a special edition with a label by Long a mud hand print plus text 'River Avon Mud Hand Circles' . Mint.

£225.00

DRY WALK. BECKS BEER BOTTLE. 1991.

London: Becks Beer , 1991 Standard 275ml sealed bottle of beer Issued by Becks Beer for Long's exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, London as a special edition with a label - a text work by Long. Mint.

£195.00

THE NEW ART. 1972.

London: Arts Council of Great Britain, 1972 20 x 24cm, 120pp plus covers. Exhibition catalogue of a relatively early (for the UK) conceptual art group show curated by Anne Seymour. Participants included Art-Language, Victor Burgin, Michael Craig-Martin, Gilbert & George, Barry Flanagan, Richard Long, David Tremlett, Hamish Fulton and others. Each artist was given between 4-6 pages of works and a later section which includes either an artist's statement or interview. Slight marking to the black front cover but otherwise very good.

£75.00

EVERY GRAIN OF SAND. 1999. SIGNED BY LONG.

Hannover: Kunstverein Hannover, 1999 23 x 33cm, unpaginated. Boards and photographic dust jacket. Artist's book issued on the occasion of a museum show. Entirely consists of reproductions of photographic works in colour and b/w and text works. Short bio. This is a near fine example which is signed on the first end paper by Long in pencil and also dated. Former owner's ex lib's rubber stamping on the first end paper and half title - both of which are signed.

£125.00

RICHARD LONG AGGIE WESTON’S Nr 16. 1979.

Belper, Derbyshire: Aggie Weston (Stuart Mills), 1979 23 x 21cm, 12pp. Pictorial card wrappers. Stapled. Single issue of Mill's periodic art journal which here is dedicated to three of Long's photographic works and two of his text works. Very good + example.

£65.00

TWELVE WORKS 1979 – 1981. 1981. CARD COVERS.

London: Coracle/D'Offay, 1981 14 x 19.4cm, 32pp plus green card wrappers. Artist's book with twelve text works are reproduced inside the book - also released in 250 signed copies in boards. Fine.

£40.00

LABYRINTH. 1990.

Germany: Frankfurt Am Main, 1990 20 x 15cm, unpaginated (approx 60pp) artist book which displays photographs of roads which stretch into the distance found during a Long walk in Bristol in the UK. Limitation not known but now hard to find (and much more pricey) due to its inclusion in Martin Parr's The Photobook: Volume II. Near fine.

£750.00

SURF ROAR. 1989.

La Jolla: La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, 1989 20.5 x 28cm, 24pp plus pictorial card covers. Exhibition catalogue with 13 works reproduced in colour and b/w and a text by Hugh M. Davies. Fine.

£35.00

NO WHERE. 1994.

Orkney: Piers Arts Centre, 1994 18 x 20cm, 64pp of which c. 32 are full colour images from photographs by Long of a walk of 131 miles in an imaginary circle in the Monadhliath Mountains in Scotland that took plae over 10 days and nights. Printed boards. One of 1,000 copies. Fine.

£40.00

RICHARD LONG. 1991.

Frankfurt: Stadtische Galerie im Stadel, 1991 20 x 12.5cm, single sheet folded to 8pp. Exhibition catalogue which has a text in German by Beatrice von Bismark and 6 b/w images of works (two full page on front and back cover). Fine.

£20.00

SCULPTURE BY RICHARD LONG MADE FOR MARTIN & MIA VISSER, BERGEIJK. 1969. LONG’S FIRST EVER BOOK – LATER DISOWNED BY THE ARTIST

Koln: Fernsehgalerie Gerry Schum, n.d. (1969) 14,2 x 21cm, 20pp plus pictorial wrappers. Text by Gerry Schum - ten images of the sculptural installation Long did for Martin and Mia Visser. The Vissers and Schum published this book much to the annoyance of Long who disowned it as an artist's book but it is now regarded as Long's very first book and is very rare. Fine condition.

£995.00

WIND CIRCLE MEMORY STICKS. 1997.

Duisberg: Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, 1997 12 x 24cm, 12pp self cover. Artist's book with b/w photographs by Long throughout. Fine. INSERTED AS ISSUED: 12 x 24cm, 4pp self cover. Text relating to the exhibition in German by Renate Heidt Heller. Fine

£35.00

RICHARD LONG. 1998

Wakefield: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 1998 30 x 21cm, 12pp self cover. Artist's book with 12 works - both photographic and textual by Long throughout and lengthy essay. Fine.