Pictures of the Real World (In Real Time)

Published by Le Consortium, Dijon, 1994, 72 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 23 × 27 cm, English / French / German

Price: €12

Produced on the occasion of the exhibitions Pictures of the Real World (In Real Time) curated by Robert Nickas at The Consortium, Dijon / Paula Cooper Gallery, New York / Le Capitou, Fréjus / Städtische Galerie, Göppigen / Galleria Massimo de Carlo, Milano, presenting On Kawara’s Date paintings in relation to various contemporary photographs.

Featuring the following artists; Dan Graham, Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Douglas Huebler, Lee Friedlander, Larry Clark, William Eggleston, Nan Goldin, Peter Hujar, Jan Groover, Peter Campus, James Welling, Cindy Sherman, Sherrie Levine, Richard Prince, Barbara Bloom, Louise Lawler, Sam Samore, John Coplans, Barbara Ess, Andres Serrano, David Robbins, Jeanne Dunning, Zoe Leonard, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Philip-Lorca Di Corcia, Charles Ray, Robert Barry, Danny Lyon.

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Sherrie Levine

Published by the Städtischen Museum, Leverkusen, 1998, 60 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 20 × 30 cm, French, German

Price: €13

The oeuvre of American artist Sherrie Levine takes on one of the most radical and purist positions concerning the examination of existential questions of contemporary art: she transfers the great Platonic theme that Marcel Duchamp transported into the 20th century into the present.

The exhibition catalogue of the Städtisches Museum Leverkusen Schloss Morsbroich and the Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain de Genève illustrates the artist’s first European solo exhibition.

#1998 #sherrielevine
Rereading Appropriation

Published by If I Can’t Dance, Amsterdam, 2016, 632 pages, 15 × 22 cm, English

Price: €20 (Out of stock)

Rereading Appropriation reconsiders the artistic strategy of appropriation through later elaborated theories of affect, to explore how an understanding of ‘reciprocal investment’ reconfigures appropriation as an act that is based in connecting, acknowledging and being porous to material. Rereading Appropriation compiles texts read in the sister reading groups of If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution during its Edition V – Appropriation and Dedication (2013–2014).

#2016 #adrianpiper #alexmartinisroe #brucehainley #craigowens #fredmoten #helenmolesworth #henrikolesen #hitosteyerl #ianwhite #ifican’tdanceidon’twanttobepartofyourrevolution #isabellegraw #sherrielevine #vivianziherl