Shop > Anthologies

#04823

Commerce By Artists

Editor
Luis Jacob
Artists
Chris Burden, Maurizio Cattelan, Edward Keinholz, Edward Poitras , Ben Kinmont, Martha Rosler, Yves Klein, Allen Ruppersberg, Carole Condé, Karl Beveridge, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Seth Siegelaub, Wim Delvoye, Michael Landy, Santiago Sierra, Maria Eichhorn, Amy Lam, Jon McCurley, Simon Starling, and Andrea Fraser
Price
$65.00
Date
2011
Publisher
Art Metropole
Format
Anthologies
Details
Softcover
Size
20.5 × 26.5 × 3 cm
Length
386 
Description

Commerce by Artists documents a fascinating and sweeping range of artists’ projects produced since the 1950s by Canadian and international artists who have sought to engage, rather than merely represent, the commercial world of which they are a part.

Encompassing canonical works such as Yves Klein’s Zones of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility (1958), Seth Siegelaub’s Artist’s Contract (1971), and Lee Lozano’s Strike Piece (1969) — as well as innovative and rarely-documented works like Keith Obadike’s Blackness for Sale (2001), Kelly Mark’s _ In & Out_ (1997-ongoing until 2032), and Ben Kinmont’s Sometimes a Nicer Sculpture Is to Be Able to Provide a Living for Your Family (1998-ongoing) — Commerce by Artists is a comprehensive document of artworks that take the form of transactions and exchanges of value.

Edited by Luis Jacob

Includes contributions by:

agent.NASDAQ aka Reinhold Grether, Zeigam Azizov, Clegg & Guttmann, Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge, Isabelle De Baets and Hendrik Tratsaert, Jorge di Paola, Hu Fang, Elizabeth Ferrell, Gerald Ferguson, Andrea Fraser, Coco Fusco, Hans Haacke, Jens Hoffmann, Luis Jacob, Mary Kelly, Yves Klein, Jeffrey Kastner, Sina Najafi, Jane Crawford, Frances Richard, Richard Manning, Cuauhtémoc Medina, Helen Molesworth, Keith Obadike, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Beatrix Ruf, Andrea Rosen, Martha Rosler, Reid Shier, Julian Stallabrass, Julia Steinmetz, Heather Cassils, Clover Leary, Neil Thomas, Calvin Tomkins, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Cédric Villate

CBA

  1. Commerce By Artists
 

Related Items

  1. Video by Artists 2
  2. James Carl, FASTWURMS, Jill Henderson, and David Shrigly: ABC.....WITH LOVE (TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL)
  3. Aidan Baker, Eric Chenaux, Ryan Driver, and Josh Thorpe: Art Metronome 002
  4. Paulette Phillips: Activating the Archive 5: The Mississippi Tapes
  5. Learn to Read Art
  6. Tom Sherman: Activating the Archive 1: From a Resevoir of Predictions
  7. Garry Neill Kennedy: Seizures Wallpaper
  8. Peaches Grillz
  9. Francisco López: 1980-82
  10. Sidsel Meineche Hansen and Tom Vandeputte: Politics of Study
  11. Cecilia Berkovic, Stephen Ellwood, Nestor Kruger, and Yoko Ono: Advertising By Artists, full set
  12. Micah Lexier: Managing Documents 1967-1974
  13. Jean-Christophe Ammann, Museum of Conceptual Art, AA Bronson, Marcel Broodthaers, Benjamin Buchloh, Daniel Buren, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Filliou, Vera Frenkel, Peggy Gale, General Idea, Walter Grasskamp, Walter Grasskamp, Hans Haacke, Image Bank, Donald Judd, On Kawara, and G: Museums By Artists
  14. Bill Burns, Seth Scriver, and Derek Sullivan: AM Gift Box
  15. Nestor Kruger: Something, somewhat, somehow
  16. Michael Snow: Snow, Weiner, Nannucci
  17. Video Re/View: The (best) Source for Critical Writings on Canadian Artist’s Video
  18. Excerpts from an incomplete collection of the publications of Nathaniel Russell 1999-2014 - Special Edition
  19. Fan Wu: Mourning Anthology
  20. Maura Doyle and Annie Dunning: The Mail Order Catalogue #9: The Add-On Edition
  21. untitled (signed Jonathan Monk shopping bag)
  22. Tom Dean: Cock Photos - Framed Artist Proof Set
  23. John Orentlicher and Lisa Steele: Activating the Archive 3: Finding the DIFFEREN(t)CE
  24. Jeremy Deller: deFILE Volume 1 Issue 2
  25. Seth Fluker: Dressed for Space - SPECIAL EDITIONIncludes signed artists print
  26. Kids on TV and Times Neue Roman: Art Metronome 001
  27. No Internet, No Art. A Lunch Bytes Anthology: e-publication
  28. General Idea: The AIDS Project
  29. Paper Monument: As Radical, As Mother, As Salad, As Shelter: What Should Art Institutions Do Now?