- Topic: conceptual art
Paris: Multiplicata, 1972. 21 cm, 20 pp. Original wrappers, fine. One of 500 copies, signed by Boltanski. ... more info
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Los Angeles / New York: Landfall Press, . Six posters, silk-screened in bright colors on heavy card stock by Colby Poster Printing Co., Los Angeles. Each 22 x 14 in. Titles: "Nothing / Nobody," "Are You Crying," "No I've Got Something in My Eye," "What Should I Do?," "It's Not Art (that counts now)," "Adults Only Please". Artist's proofs from the ten panel lithograph suite published by Landfall Press in an edition of 50. Each carries Ruppersberg's stamp on the verso. All are in fine condition. ... more info
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Boltanski, Christian .
Dijon: L'Ássociation pour la diffusion de lárt contemporain, 1988.  leaves : chiefly ill. ; 21 cm. Original gray wrappers. One of 300 numbered copies. The facsimile edition issued in 1991 is not numbered, and the wrapper differs slightly. ... more info
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Charlesworth, Sarah; Kosuth, Joseph; Atkinson, Terry; et al.
New York: 1975-76. Original wrappers, very good copies. "The Fox  appeared in April 1975 as an initiative of Kosuth's; its title refers to Isaiah Berlin's characterization of the merits of the hedgehog who knows 'one big thing,' as opposed to the fox, who knows 'many small things.' Kosuth has claimed 'decided we had to break from [the Art-Language collective in] England'....As editor for the new journal [Mel] Ramsden insisted, 'in order to preserve a sense of collective identity, that the name Art & Language was used for the publishing 'Foundation'....The Fox was stridently aggressive in tone, more vernacular in its language, and... more info
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