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Libro d’artista - Horn, Roni

(New York 1955)

Ísland. To place 1990-2011 - [complete collection of all 10 published books (12 volumes)].

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Work entirely illustrated with drawings and photographs specially made by Roni Horn. Description of the volumes: 1) Island. To Like. Bluff Life, New York, Peter Blum Edition, 1990; binding covered with anthracite gray canvas, 26x22 cm, pp. 36, graphic design by Roni Horn and Klaus Baumgärtner, edition of 1,150 copies. 2) lsland. To Like. Folds, New York, Mary Boone Gallery, 1991; binding covered in anthracite gray canvas, 26x22 cm, pp. 72, graphic design by Roni Horn and Andrew Mc Call Associates, print run of 700/750 copies. 3) Island. To Like. Lava, New York, Roni Horn, 1992; binding covered with anthracite gray canvas, 26x22 cm, pp. 96, graphic design by Roni Horn and Andrew Mc Call Associates, circulation of 750 copies. 4a) (volume I) lsland. To Like. Pooling Waters (illustrations), Köln, Walther Kõnig, 1994; binding covered with anthracite gray canvas, 26x22 cm, pp. 96, circulation of 1,000 copies. 4b) (volume II) lsland. To Like. Pooling Waters (text), Köln, Walther Kõnig, 1994; anthracite gray canvas binding, 26x22 cm, pp. 176, circulation of 1,000 copies. 5) lsland. To Like. Verne’s Journey, Köln, Walther Kõnig, 1995; binding covered with anthracite gray canvas, 26x22 cm, pp. 56, circulation of 1,000 copies. 6) lsland. To Like. Haraldsdòtfir, Denver, Ginny Williams, 1996; binding covered with anthracite gray canvas, 26x22 cm, pp. 96, circulation of 1,100 copies. 7) lsland. To Like. Arctic Circles, Denver, Ginny Williams, 1998; binding covered with anthracite gray canvas, 26x22 cm, pp. 136, edition of 1,650 copies. 8) lsland. To Like. Becoming a Landscape, Denver / Köln, Ginny Williams / Walther König, 2001; 26x22 cm, case covered in maize yellow canvas containing 2 paperback tomes. Volume I: pp. 48, Volume II: pp. 48, print run of 900 copies. 8) lsland. To Like. Becoming a Landscape, Denver / Köln, Ginny Williams / Walther König, 2001; 26x22 cm, case covered in flesh-colored canvas, containing 2 paperback tomes. Volume I: pp. 48, Volume II: pp. 48. Special edition in the limited edition of 100 copies signed by Roni Horn with 2 photographs signed by the artist. 9) lsland. To Like. Doubt Box, Gölttingen, Steidl Verlag, 2006; case covered in black canvas, 26x22 cm, 28 loose boards in cardboard, edition of 1,000 copies. 10) lsland. To Like. Haraldsdòttir, Part Two, Gölttingen, Steidl Verlag, 2011; binding covered with anthracite gray canvas, 26x22 cm, pp. 144, circulation of 1,000 copies. Attachment: Island. To place. Inner Geography, East Greenwich, Meridian Printing Company, 1994; paperback, pp. 32, exhibition catalog fully illustrated in color with texts by Alex Castro and Jan Howard. This volume is mistakenly considered a supplement to the third volume. Print run of 2,000 copies. [Bibliography: Philippe Aarons - Andrew Roth, In Numbers. Serial Publications by Artsts Since 1955, s.l., PPP Editions, 2009: pp. 388-393; Andrea Joostens - Petra Roettig, Kunstlerbucher / Artists ’books. Die Sammlung / The Collection, Hamburg, Hamburger Kunsthalle, 2018: pp. 66-67; Martin Arr - Gerry Badger, The Photobook. A History, London, Phaidon, 2006-2008, 2 volumes: volume II, pp. 164-165; Andrew Roth, The Open Book. A history of the photographic book from 1878 to the present, Götheborg, Hasselblad Center, 2004: pp. 348-351].

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