Goran Trbuljak. 1972, Artiste anonyme / Goran Trbuljak, 1974 Zagreb: Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb, 1976.
Dated inscription in pencil from Goran Trbuljak to artist Willoughby Sharp on page 25
Very rare. Conditions - nice
One copy in MoMa.
25p / 29 x 21 cm
Using simple statements and questions, public spaces in Zagreb, and the participation of the public, Goran Trbuljak experimented with the relationship between artist, the audience, and the conditions in which an artwork is encountered. This publication, produced in conjunction with an exhibition at the Gallery of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, documents many of his ephemeral works and performances.
This book documents two iterations of a project in which Trbujlak surveyed contemporary art galleries in Paris with a form that asked: "Would you like this work to be shown at your gallery? 1) Yes 2) No 3) Maybe." The first version of the letter was signed by an "anonymous artist." The second solicitation was signed by Trbujlak. The completed questionnaires were reproduced in this publication for an exhibition at the Gallery of Contemporary Art, Zagreb. -MoMa
Autor: Goran Trbuljak
Izdavač: Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, Zagreb