18. PARIS IV. 70

Seth Siegelaub

Edité par Seth Siegelaub, 1970
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Exhibition catalogue. Black and white. Hard covers. Perfect bound. Artists included: Ian Wilson, Lawrence Weiner, Niele Toroni, Robert Ryman, Edward Ruscha, Richard Long, Sol LeWitt, David Lamelas, On Kawara, Douglas Huebler, François Guinochet, Gilbert & George, Jean-Pierre Djian, Jan Dibbets, Daniel Buren, Stanley Brouwn, Marcel Broodthaers and Robert Barry. Each artist's contribution takes the form of two successive project proposals accompanied by photo-documentation. Text: Michel Claura. In English, French and German. 6.5 x 4.25". 70 pages. "The present catalogue began, in fact, to be constituted at the end of November 1969. For the understanding of this catalogue and the exhibition itself it is necessary to retrace here the successive steps which were leading to the exhibition 18 Paris IV.70. On November 20th, twenty-two artists were invited to participate in the exhibition. They were asked to send a project for December 15th. In this first letter the invited artists were informed about the forthcoming steps. On December 15th, nineteen projects had been received. On January 2nd all the projects received were sent to each of the invited artists, who were asked to send back, up to February 1st, what would be their definitive participation in the exhibition (that is to say, their first project again, or with modifications, or something completely different etc.). On February 1st, eighteen definitive participations were registered." Reference: 18 PARIS IV. 70. Seth Siegelaub, Paris, France. An internally clean and shiny copy …but most unfortunately a small dent throughout at upper 1/8-1/6th of an inch of each page of this fragile little book showing typical rubbing to its black boards. An internally clean and shiny copy …but most unfortunately a small dent throughout at upper 1/8-1/6th of an inch of each page of this fragile little book showing typical rubbing to its black boards. N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : 18. PARIS IV. 70
Éditeur : Seth Siegelaub
Date d'édition : 1970
Reliure : Hardcover
Edition : First

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