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Riviste d’artista - Interfunktionen

nn. 1 - 12 [All published - All published], Koln, 1968/1975/2004 *, 12 volumes, paperback.

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"Magazine directed for the first ten issues by Friedrich Wolfram Heubach and for the last two by BHD Buchloh. Initially it was the organ of the activist protest against the conservative program of the curatorial committee of DOCUMENTA 4 directed by Arnold Bode, oriented almost exclusively to stimulate the activity linked to the art market.

During its seven-year period, the magazine radically changed, dealing with the new European and American artistic realities and in a few years it became one of the most important organs for contemporary art in Europe. [Bibliography: Gwen Allen, "Artists magazines. An alternative space for art", Cambridge Massachusetts - London, Mit Press, 2011: pp. 266-267].

Description detailed of the individual files: - n.1 *) 1968 (September); 20.4x29.5 cm., 73- [1] numbered sheets (pp. 148) some of which folded with papers of different types and formats, illustrated cover two-color, fully illustrated volume with photographs , reproductions of works and documents. Present artists: Wolf Vostell, Von Altoray, Chris Immendorf, Chris Reinecke, Paul Karalus, Werner Schreib, Klauss Staeck and others. Reprint published in 2004 by F. W. Heubach by W. Clemens of the rare original edition printed in only 120 copies. Re-edition in facsimile drawn in 77 numbered and monogrammed pen copies by F. W. Heubach. - n. 2) 1968 (December); 20.4x29.5 cm., 91- [11] numbered sheets (pp. 204) some of which with papers of different types and formats; illustrated cover in white, gray and black. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Present artists: Mauricio Kagel, F. W. Heubach, Wolf Vostell, Alfred Feussner, June Paik, Chris Reinecke, Paul Karalus, Joseph Beuys, George Maciunas and others. Print run of 250 copies. - n. 3) 1969 (August); 20.4x29.5 cm., Pp. (4) -146 some of which with cards of different types and formats; illustrated cover in white, gray and black. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. The first part of the volume (from page 1 to page 35) is dedicated to Land Art. Artists present: Walter de Maria, Richard Long, Michael Heizer, Jan Dibbets, Denni Oppenheim, James Lee Byars, Wolf Vostell, Dieter Rot, Joseph Beuys, and others. Print run of 500 copies. - n. 4), 1970 (March); 21x28.8 cm., Paperback, pp. (4) 182 (1), illustrated cover b.n. with a work by Carl Andre, 1 transparent plastic table attached. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Text in German and English. Present artists: Panamarenko, Dennis Oppenheim, Keith Arnatt, Joseph Beuys, Daniel Buren, F.W. Heubach, Diter Rot, Mauricio Kegel, Claus Böhmler, LIDL, W. & amp; B. Hein, Gunter Brus, George & amp; Gilbert, Dieter Meier, Jan Dibbets. Numbering error after page 14: the reverse of the next page bears the number 17 instead of 16. Print run of 1000 copies. Copy in the ordinary edition of 940 not signed by the artists. - n. 5) 1970 (November); 21x28.8 cm., Paperback, pp. (4) 169, illustrated cover with a photographic portrait b.n. by Joseph Beuys. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Text in German and English. Artists featured: Oppenheim, Smithson, Hutchinson, Weibel, Export, Dibbets, George & amp; Gilbert, Baldessari, Schuldt, Brecht, Nemetschek, Fulton, Pulsa-group, Ehrenberg, Christo, Insley, Michael Oppitz, Keith Arnatt, Joseph Beuys, F.W. Heubach, Oswald Wiener, Claus Böhmler, Tomas Schmit, Lothar Baumgarten, Vito Acconci, Giuseppe Penone, Johannes Stuttgen, Dan Graham. Change of page numbering: after page 102 follow 13 unnumbered sheets printed on the front only, counted as single pages (13 instead of 26); the numbering starts from 114. A total print run of 1000 copies. Copy in the ordinary edition of 940 not signed by the artists. - n. 6) 1971 (September); 21x28.8 cm., Paperback, pp. (1) 90 (5), illustrated cover b.n. with a photographic portrait of Bruce Naumann. Illustrated volume b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Text in German and English. Present artists: Bruce Naumann, Dennis Oppenheim, Vito Acconci, Arnulf Reiner, Joseph Beuys & amp; Terry Fox, F.W. Heubach, Hamish Fulton, Heinz Frank, Mike Heizer, J. Stuttgen, Roger Welsh, Bob Morris, Rob Ca, Richard Budelis, Peter Weibel. Total edition of 1000 copies. - n. 7) 1971 (September); 21x28.8 cm., Paperback, pp. (1) 95, illustrated cover b.n. with a photographic portrait of Joseph Beuys. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Text in German and English. Artists present: Joseph Beuys («Action». It is the action in which Beuys washes the feet of people in the audience), Mike Heizer, Peter Hutchinson, Dennis Oppenheim, Richard Long, Robert Smithson, Buckminster Fuller, Nam June Paik, Dan Graham, Lotar Baumgarten, Will Insley, Jurgen Kremer, Panamarenko. Total edition of 1000 copies. Copy in the ordinary edition of 940 not signed by the artists. - n. 8) 1972 (January); 21x28.8 cm., Paperback, pp. (1) 117, illustrated cover b.n. and gold with the reproduction of a work by James Lee Byars, 1 double table f.t. ("Assoziationsreaktionen bei Normalen und psychish Abnormen"). Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Text in German and English. Artists featured: Sigmar Polke, Vito Acconci, Dan Graham, Arnulf Reiner, Gunter Brus, Bazon Brock, F.W. Heubach, Peter Hutchinson, Richard Budelis, Rebecca Horn, Terry Fox, Roger Welch, Will Insley, Wagner & amp; Weyhing, Bruce Naumann, John Baldessari, Peter Weibel, Mattia Schäffer. Print run of 1000 copies. - n. 9) 1972; 14.6x20.8 cm., Paperback, pp. (2) 197- (1), illustrated cover with a black and white photographic image by Lothar Baumgarten, 1 flying leaflet with a text of “Royal Owl”, 1 flying leaflet of errata, 1 poster folded out of text placed in a pocket on the back cover, illustrated with black and white photographic images by Sigmar Polke, a text by Achim Duchov. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Present artists: Dennis Oppenheim, Dan Graham, Hans Hecke, John Baldessari, Lothar Baumgarten, Terry Fox, William Wegman, Steve Reich, Will Insley and others. Print run of 1,000 copies. - n. 10) 1972; 14.6x20.8 cm., Paperback, pp. (2) 174, front cover illustrated with a black and white photographic image of Gufo Reale, back cover with a photographic portrait in white and by Marcel Broodthaers, 1 poster folded out of text with a flap illustrated with a black and white photographic sequence of Rainer Giese. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Present artists: Bill Beckley, Sigmar Polke, Reiner Ruthenebeck, Vito Acconci, John Will Insley, Baldessari, Marcel Broodthaers, and others. Print run of 1,000 copies. - n. 11) 1974; 21x28.8 cm., Paperback, jacket, pp. (4) - 140 (ma 139) - (40), covers illustrated with a graphic intervention by Daniel Buren: a black strip 8.5 cm wide. printed vertically on the page. Inside the volume there are 52 pages with the same graphic intervention of Buren printed on papers of different weights and shades of white color, of which 22 interleaved at the beginning and at the end of each chapter, and 30 grouped at the end of the volume . On page 120 a text of the artist is printed in French, English and German which explains the meaning of the intervention. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Present artists: Marcel Broodthaers (“Racisme vegetal” a sequence of photographic images from page 60 to page 73), Lawrence Weiner, Germano Celant, Dan Graham, Bruce nauman, Italo Sganga, Bill Beckley and others. Design and layout by Simone Bingemer. Print run not declared. - n. 12) 1975; 21x28.8 cm., Paperback, jacket, pp. (10) 130 (44), illustrated cover and back b.n. with frames from Yvonne Reiner's films "Kristina (for a ... Opera)" and "Film about a Woman Who", a matte tissue cover with titles printed in green and a central strip by Daniel Buren. The motif of the darker central strip is repeated in the volume on empty pages of text, gradually tending to disappear. Design and layout by Simone Bingemer. Volume fully illustrated b.n. with photographs, reproductions of works and documents. Text in German and English. Present artists: Daniel Buren, Carl Andre and Hollis Frampton, Yvonne Reiner, David Lamelas, Maria Nordman, Roman Jakobson, Antonius Höckelmann, Anselm Kiefer. Undeclared edition. "


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