Flyer for "Pink Tank," a project created by Aleksandra Mir and Polly Staple commissioned by Cubitt, London, published in conjunction with the show "Publicness" with Jens Haaning and Matthiew Laurette held at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, January 29 - March 16, 2003. ... [details]
Set of two postcards in a series of eight postcards produced by Aleksandra Mir as part of her participation in the exhibition "A Lucky Strike. Art Finds City" held at GAK (Gestellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst), Bremen, Germany, September 9 - October 30, 2005. ... [details]
Business card (letterpress with gold foil) produced by Aleksandra Mir in Mexico City during an artist residency and exhibition titled "Localismos."
"Responding to the mandate set by the curators of ‘Localismos’, a month-long residential workshop, that artists-in-residence 'work with materials and craftsmanship available in the historical center - so that from its conception, production and exhibition there is a coherent dialogue with the context', I approached a series of local craftsmen to produce for me a series of signs in a variety of techniques - letterpress, paper, cast and welded metal - that all spell out the sentence ‘Yo No Hablo Español’. ... [details]
Folded poster / announcement published in conjunction with show "A Few Good Men" held January 15 - February 28, 1982. Artists included Richard Prince (writings), Robert Mapplethorpe (photographs), Eric Bogosian (performance), Mike Glier (wall drawings), and Robert Longo (reliefs and drawings). ... [details]
June 1973 issue of Flash Art, edited by Giancarlo Politi. Cover artwork, Proposal for Flash Art, 1973, by Sol LeWitt, an unique project for this issue of Flash Art. Contents include: artists' statements and images by Sol LeWitt, Cioni Carpi, Ray Johnson, Tadaaki Kuwayama, Franco Vaccari, Gabor Attalai, Les Levine, Zvi Goldstein, Marco Gastini, Antonio Paradiso; "Agnes Martin," by Germano Celant; "La Mente Serena [The Untroubled Mind]," by Agnes Martin / Ann Wilson; "Tom Sawyer o Del Socialismo Realista," by Gianni-Emilio Simonetti; and "Bochner," an interview with Mel Bochner by L. ... [details]
Exhibition catalogue / artist's book featuring seven fold-out posters housed in a printed folder published in conjunction with show "Alexandra Mir - The Space Age," held at M - Museum Leuven, Belgium, November 28, 2013 - February 16, 2014. ... [details]
Edition of 24 shot glasses published in conjunction with show "New Designs: Birth, Death, and Abortion" held at Andrew Roth Gallery, February 3 – March 5, 2005. Each glass silk screened with a black and white photograph of a child born in 2005, captioned with the name of a public figure who died in 2005 and "REINCARNATED '05. ... [details]
Artist's publication published to accompany "Cinema for the Unemployed: Hollywood Disaster Movies 1970 - 1997," a project by Aleksandra Mir, screened at Tivoli Amfi, Moss, Norway, May 25 - 29, 1998, presented as a satellite to the exhibition PARKHUS, produced for the Nordic art festival MOMENTUM. ... [details]
Poster / exhibition announcement published in conduction with show "Communism" held at the Project Gallery January 2 - February 27, 2005. Interview with Jim Fitzpatrick (creator of poster "Portrait of Che Guevara," 1968) by Aleksandra Mir titled "Not everything is always Black or White" on verso. ... [details]
Very large-scale artist's book by Aleksandra Mir featuring reproductions of twenty sharpie drawings of maps of the USA with hand written commentary. Designed by Nick Stone.
"In May 2005, I gathered 16 assistants for a Sharpie-drawing marathon in a large temporary studio in the East Village. ... [details]