Paris: Atelier Populaire, 1968. Screenprint on paper; 37.5 x 30 inches; Stamped. Very good. Street Posters from the Paris uprising of May 1968, Created at Atelier Populaire at the Ecole des Beaux Arts In May 1968, pent-up frustration over poverty, unemployment, the conservative government of Charles de Gaulle, and opposition...
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San Jose: Civic Art Gallery, 1974. Offset Lithograph on paper 18.25 x 24 inches. This poster, a schematic rendering of a large installation work, was designed by Dewain Valentine. He was a key figure in California Light and Space movement.
Dusseldorf: Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, 1969. 33 x 23.5 inches color offset on paper. Collaborative poster for exhibition that included work by Rot's friends, including Karl Gerstner, Andre Thomkins, and Daniel Spoerri, among others.
La Jolla: UCSD Art Gallery, 1973. 11 x 17 inches, with vertical fold, as issued Offset printed in b+w with red spot color. Very rare poster for exhibition of Ruscha's books at UCSD Art Gallery in La Jolla, CA. David Antin was head of the art department at the time...
New York: Castelli Gallery, 1991. 25.5 x 36.5 inches; offset lithograph on heavy paper. Exhibition poster announcing Ed Ruscha solo show at Castelli Gallery in Soho, 1991.
New York: David Zwirner, 2013. 35 1/2 x 24 inches; offset on paper. Poster for screening in January 2013 of a film Alÿs created in 2011.
New York: Fishbach Gallery, 1965. 12 x 10.25 inches; offset lithograph on paper; folded as issued, beginning to split along at folds, otherwise fine. With original text by Allen Ginsberg verso and signed by him.
Groninger: Zomer Manifestatie, 1979. 24.5 x 17 inches; offset lithograph on paper; folded as issued. Near Fine. Poster announcing a performance of Two Boxers, at a Groninger sports arena, a work Goldstein described as follows: The audience occupies seats in front of the boxing ring of a sports hall in...
Los Angeles: Margo Leavin Gallery, 1978. 44 x 54 inches; offset lithograph on paper. Very large poster which reproduces Johns' screenprint "Corpse and Mirror", (1978) at 1:1 scale. The poster announced an exhibiton of Johns' so-called "cross hatch" paintings, his most celebrated series of later works.
New York: Self-published, 1978. Offset litho on paper 22 x 17 inches (25.25 x 20.25 framed) Stamped “© Jenny Holzer 1978”.
Los Angeles: Margo Leavin Gallery, 1990. 38 1/4 x 26 1/4 inchesthree color offset lithograph on paper, folded as issued. Very good.Some light softening of creases; "dog ear" fold line effecting all four corners, nonetheless a good looking copy of a scarce poster. Exhibition poster designed by Baldessari. Black and...
Los Angeles: California Institute of Arts, 2007. 26 x 20 inches; Screenprint on cardstock. One of a series of unique screenprinted posters made by Cal Arts students in collaboration with Mike Kelley for the world theatrical premiere of his film Day is Done, at Cal Arts' Redcat Theater in Downtown...
Paris: 1993. 33 x 23 3/8 inches. Screenprint on paper. One of approximately 100 copies printed. [Ref. Curiger, Die Gesamten Plakate, no. 189.].
1986. Screenprint, 33 x 23.25 inches, CR No. 78.
1992. Screenprint on paper. 36.25 x 27.5 inches, CR No. 164.
screenprint. 39 x 27,25 inches. CR No. 184 [Signed by Zobernig].
1985. Screenprint on paper 32.75 x 23.5 inches. 32.75 x 23.5 inches. CR No. 57(Ref.: Curiger. Martin Kippenberger: Die Gesamten Plakate. Konig, 1998).
1990. Screenprint, 39.25 x 27.5 inches, 39.25 x 27.5 inches, (Design by A.R. Penck) CR No 140(Ref.: Curiger. Martin Kippenberger: Die Gesamten Plakate. Konig, 1998).
Bonn: Galerie Klein, 1985. Offset on paper. 21.5 x 28.5 inches. CR no. 59.
Vienna: Galerie Hubert Winter, 1997. Offset on paper. 33 x 23.25 inches. CR No. 209.
Antwerp: Graphic Matter, 2012. 43 x 33 inchesThree-color offset lithograph on paperSigned by Tuymans in black sharpie. Poster announcing an exhibition of Tuyman's work made in collaboration with Roger Vandaele, the master printer with whom Tuymans worked almost exclusively throughout his career. This poster, also printed by Vandaele, shows the...
New York: Dia Art Foundation, 1981. 15 x 17 3/4 inches; Two color offset on paper, folded as issued. Poster designed by Marian Zazeela announcing performances of sound works by Lamonte Young, and herself, as well as related events, at the Dia Center, then at 6 Harrison Street in Lower Manhattan.