Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with first exhibition held at Seth Siegelaub Contemporary Art, 16 West 56th Street, New York, September 14 - October 10, 1964. Includes single black-and-white image of a work by each of the exhibiting artists, including Pierre Clerk, Michael Eastman, Alfred Michael Iarusso, Herbert Livesey, Denis McCarthy, Lawrence Weiner, and Edward Whiteman. ... [details]
Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held at Seth Siegelaub Contemporary Art, November 10 - December 7, 1964. Publication numbered Vol. 1, No. 3 in series of booklets published by the gallery. [details]
Poster published in conjunction with show of work by Herbert Livesey titled "Relief Sculpture" held at Seth Siegelaub Contemporary Art, New York City, April 6 - May 1, 1965. Poster refers to the exhibition as Volume I No. ... [details]
Exhibition poster, printed in red ink, published in conjunction with opening of work by Pierre Clerk held at Seth Siegelaub's gallery at 16 West 56th Street, New York, on April 5, 1966. Poster design by Clerk. ... [details]
Being Weiner's first artists' book simply is enough recognition regarding how important this book is in establishing a trend in the history of artists' publications. Be there no doubt - this book is the Godfather of not just the contemporary artists' book - alongside Ruscha's "Twentysix Gasoline Stations" - but holds parental rights to much of the history of contemporary art in general. [details]
Artist's book as exhibition catalogue for "show" held only within book format in November 1968.
The existence of each each sculpture is documented by its documentation.
The documentation takes the form of photographs, maps, drawings and descriptive language. ... [details]
Perhaps one of the most revered artists' publications of the 1960s, the "Xerox Book," published by dealers Siegelaub and Wendler is a xerox book in name only. Conceived by Siegelaub as an inexpensive artist's publication - each artist was afforded twenty-five pages [plus a cover / title page] to execute a site specific project for the publication. ... [details]
Mock exhibition catalogue including three to four pages of "exhibited" works by Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth and Lawrence Weiner. Works reproduced as projects within book. Includes artists' statements by each artist except Barry. [details]
Documentation of conceptual or internationally-located projects curated by Seth Siegelaub with works by Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Daniel Buren, Jan Dibbets, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, N. ... [details]
Exhibition catalogue for exhibition that did not take place outside the printed catalogue. I.E. a purely conceptual exhibition. Each artist was provided with a single page within the catalogue, representing a single day in the month of March 1969. ... [details]