Shop > Artists' Books

Out of Stock
#07324

National Gallery Catalogue"" 2004 - Sullivan, Derek

Artist
Eva Weinmayr
Date
1998
Publisher
Prizen Verlag
Format
Artists' Books
Details
Softcover
ISBN
3-00-002941-9
Size
16 × 20.5 cm
Length
12 
Description

In an unwitting collaboration with Weinmayr, Rosamund Felsen, of the Rosamund Felsen Gallery in Santa Monica, faxes copies of Bruce Nauman’s Fingers and Holes etchings to Munich in anticipation for a sale and, subsequent to Weinmayr’s response that she will not buy the etchings as she prefers the fax copies, faxes to inform Weinmayr that the fax copy is not art but “ an immediate means of communication.” Hoping to preserve the immediacy of their communication, Weinmayr collects the correspondance into this book. The themes of authenticity, marketplace value and technology are cleverly intertwined in this spontaneous interaction.

Edition of 1000


APC

  1. National Gallery Catalogue““ 2004 - Sullivan, Derek
 

Related Items

  1. Derek Sullivan: Gift Wrap
  2. Derek Sullivan: Galley Covers
  3. Derek Sullivan: Sixteen Books by Artists: Check this shit out
  4. Derek Sullivan: Souvenir Vase Bookmark Ornament
  5. Derek Sullivan: Surplus Portfolio
  6. Titus Kroder, John Moseley, and Eva Weinmayr: Downing Street
  7. LERY
  8. Kate Terry: Phtcpy #3
  9. Derek Sullivan: Lynn Valley 8
  10. Derek Sullivan: Persistent Huts
  11. Amir Brito Cador: A Night Visit to the Gallery
  12. Bojana Stancic and Alex Wolfson: And so, the animal looked back....
  13. Air Show
  14. Peter MacCallum: Material World
  15. Dis/location ll - projet d’articulation urbaine
  16. Doug Ashford, Julie Ault, Group Material: AIDS Timeline
  17. Melanie Counsell: Drinking Fountain:1998
  18. TORONTO BERLIN 1982 - 2012
  19. Donnalu Wigmore: Isaacs Seen
  20. Michael Lee: When a Body Meets a Building
  21. Tonik Wojtyra: Beaver
  22. Mike Nelson: AN INVOCATION - Five Hundred and Thirty Books from Southend Central Library
  23. Rachel Cattle and Steve Richards: Linger On Your Pale Blue Eyes
  24. Lisa Robertson: Occasional Works and Seven Walks from the Office for Soft Architecture
  25. Friedrich Kunath: Alles Macht Weiter
  26. txtrapolis: Contemporary Text-Based Art from Singapore
  27. Amy Kazymerchryk and Martine Syms: Borrowed Lady: Martine Syms
  28. Exhibition To Be Destroyed, Again by Helen Pitt Gallery
  29. Sarah Browne: How to Use Fool’s Gold
  30. Daisuke Takeya: Eyes of a Child