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    MARTIN KIPPENBERGER [Markus Oehlen, 1989]

    German artist Martin Kippenberger produced this poster in 1989 on the occasion of an exhibition of work by his friend Markus Oehlen, staged at Max Hetzler Gallery in Cologne.

    "Martin’s posters best represent him and sum up the range of his ability: the humour, the social critique, the clever combination of provocative images and allusions. They were critical and politicised, perfectly expressing his ideas and his personality." (Jutta Koether in Tate Etc., no.6, Spring 2006, p.36.)

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    john cage and merce cunningham’s home, architectural digest, 1988.

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    Adolfo Natalini, Volumina,  for Sawaya & Moroni

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    from Virtual Beauty

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  • in ‘interfunktionen 3,’ 1969
    Offset; on page 83 of publication
    magazine, 29.5 x 22 cm
    Edition: 50, signed and numbered
    Publisher: F. W. Heubach, Cologne

    [in ‘interfunktionen’]

    • 1969–1971
    • interfunktionen issues 2–7, containing multiples by Beuys

    Cologne-based F. W. Heubach founded the art and theory magazine interfunktionen in 1968. He used this publication as a platform for artists who held no affinity for Pop Art, kinetic art, environmental art and minimalism, which had dominated that year’s documenta 4 exhibition.1 Published at irregular intervals over the next seven years, the twelve issues of the magazine served as vessels for distributing information and as artworks in their own right. With a changing roster of authors and editors, interfunktionen became an influential voice in the West German art world.2 Fifty to sixty copies of each issue’s print run were special editions, containing contributions by invited artists.

    Asked to contribute to issues two through seven of interfunktionen, Beuys used the magazine to publish photographs of his recent performances, print texts on topics like the ideal art academy, or reproduce existing drawings and other artworks. By adding stamps, inscriptions, and hand-collaged elements to this material, he transformed it into a series of multiples.


    Catalogue Raisonné No.: 10
    in ‘interfunktionen' - I am a sender. I transmit!

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  • leonsadler:

    I don’t think I have anything left to put on tumblr after doing all that pushing for mould map 3! Here are 2 nice covers I saved. I’ve never read Project Arms but I just remember they did cool action figures with really long rubbery arms

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  • chillyerbones:

    Mike Kelley

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