Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin No. 46 Edition (Five Supplements, three signed by artists): Lebert... Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin No. 46 Edition (Five Supplements, three signed by artists): Lebert... Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin No. 46 Edition (Five Supplements, three signed by artists): Lebert...

Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin No. 46 Edition (Five Supplements, three signed by artists)

Lebert, Andreas (ed.)

Published by Magazin Verlagsgesellschaft Süddeutsche Zeitung mbH, München, 1995
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1) Anselm Kiefer: Das goldene Vlies. Ein Bilderzyklus von Anselm Kiefer für das Magazin der Süddeutschen Zeitung. 82pp. 16.11.90. Original photographic wraps. Contributions by Katharina von der Leyen & Rick Gilette, Susanne Koelbl & Armin Bosch, Klaus Podak, Wim Wenders & Jean-Luc Godard, Christiane Grefe & Eva Leitolf. Minor sunning to edges of wraps and interior leaves. Near fine condition.2) Francesco Clemente: Reise ins Herz. Ein Bilderzyklus von Francesco Clemente für das Magazin der Süddeutschen Zeitung. With original signature by Clemente on front cover. 110pp. 15.11.91. Original illustrated wraps. Contributions by Joachim Riedl & N. Benami, Lukas Lessing & Michael Kerstgens, Monika Held, Uli Hauser, Dirk van Versendaal, Alexandra Lautenbacher & Inge Morath, Peter Meroth & Armin Brosch. Minor age toning to outer edges of leaves. Near fine condition.3) Jeff Koons: Baby & Eimer. Ein Bilderzyklus von Jeff Koons für das Magazin der Süddeutschen Zeitung. Dated initial by Koons on front cover. 94pp. 13.11.92. Original photographic wraps. Contributions by Christian Kämmerling & Ashkan Sahihi, Richard Preston & Florian Seidel, Joachim Riedl & Gisèle Wulfsohn, Kurt Kister and René Burri, Susanne Schneider, Jean-Michel Voge. Fine condition. 4) Jenny Holzer: Da wo Frauen sterben bin ich hellwach. Ein Bilderzyklus von Jenny Holzer für das Magazin der Süddeutschen Zeitung. With original signature by Holzer on front cover paste-down. 94pp. 19.11.93. Contributions by Christian Kämmerling & Ashkan Sahihi, Jörg-Uwe Albig, Kurt Markus, Nick Tosches, Klaus Kleinschmid. Some creasing on wraps, and few bottom corners of interior leaves. Slight creasing on folder. Wrappers in overall very good, interior in near fine condition.5) Sigmar Polke: Kugelsichere Ferien. Ein Bilderalbum von Sigmar Polke für das Magazin der Süddeutschen Zeitung. 82pp. 17.11.95. Original illustrated wraps. Contributions by Christian Kämmerling & Augustina von Nagel, Jürgen Schreiber, Axel Hacke & Andreas Bohnenstengel, Cem Yilmaz & Benny Schulte, Bao Dai & Philippe Lafond. Minor age toning to outer edges of pages. Near fine condition. Quarto. Each issue resting in original printed wraps with folding flaps. Profusely illustrated supplements, which were laid into the Süddeutsche Zeitung annually on every 46th week from 1990 - 1999, and continued in 2007. Our issues are five of the first nine, running consecutively. The remaining issues (all out of print) featured works by Richard Prince (1996), Christian Boltanski (1997), Matthew Barney (1998), and Alex Katz (1999). Each supplement illustrated with color and b/w reproductions of photographs as well as advertisements. Text in German. Rare set of five issues with three signed by Francesco Clemente, Jeff Koons, and Jenny Holzer. Originally supplements were not signed by the artists. Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 29076

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Title: Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin No. 46 Edition (...

Publisher: Magazin Verlagsgesellschaft Süddeutsche Zeitung mbH, München

Publication Date: 1995

Binding: Softcover

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