Marko Pogačar 'Fragmenti o promjeni mjesta', Roman Simić 'Na istok', Kemal Mujičić Artnam 'Put u Rim' i Ivice Prtenjače 'Bršljan', urednica i likovnih koautorica Tanje Dabo i Letricije Linardić.
Riječ je o nakladničkom i autorskom projektu, o bibliofilskim izdanjima, knjigama koje su u cijelosti izrađene ručno, opremljene autorskim fotografijama, a objavljene u samo po šest primjeraka. Riječ je o novopokrenutoj biblioteci putopisne proze Na putu, u kojoj autori objavljuju svoje kratke putopisne proze.
Enrico Castellani: Multiple
Art book + multiple (sculpture in white PVC plastic) in designed cardboard slipcase.
Published by Edition Achille Mauri, 1968.
Book, sculpture and cardboard slipcase - all in perfect condition.
Radomir Damnjanović Damnjan
Acrylic on canvas
70 x 70 cm
Signed, titled, dated and stamp of the artist on the reverse
Work accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Galleria Federico Bianchi Contemporary Art, Milan
Galleria Federico Bianchi Contemporary Art, Milan
Private collection, Lecco
cfr. J. Denegri, T. Trini, Radomir Damnjanovic Damnjan, Federico Bianchi Contemporary Art, Milan, 2010, p. 359
Pontus K.G. Hulten:
The Machine Seen at the End of Mechanical Age (1968-1969)
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1968. Metak Hardcover, 218pp
The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age was one of the most important exhibitions of the 1960s dealing with art and technology. The show was held at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, November 25, 1968 - February 9, 1969. Its curator K.G. Pontus Hultén described it as a "collection of comments on technology by artists of the Western world," particularly in the modern age when "the mechanical machine - which can most easily be defined as an imitation of our muscles - is losing its dominating position among the tools of mankind; while electronic and chemical devices - which imitate the processes of the brain and the nervous system - are becoming increasingly important."
The exhibition traveled to University of St. Thomas, Houston, March 25 - May 18, 1969; San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco June 23 - August 24, 1969.
Kunst der sechziger / Jahre 5. erweiterte Auflage.
Art of the Sixties / 5th revised edition
Koln, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, LUDWIG COLLECTION, 1971. Hardcover bound in plastic embossed covers held with heavy metal screws. Fifth Revised Edition. Large 4to. 10 x 12 x This final fifth edition includes 222 objects, 124 more than appeared in the first edition.Illustrated with 209 color plates showing the work of 92 artists of the 1960's pop-art era; part of the private collection of Peter Ludwig. Introductory text and lexicon in German and English. Catalog is organized in alphabetical order by artist; titles are in German and English; biographies of the artists and descriptions of their work are in German, including Dine, Dubuffet, Hockney, Jasper Johns, Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Picasso, Rauschenberg, Vostell, Warhol, and Wols. This is the definitive fifth revised edition of this famous and striking exhibition catalogue, which is itself a work of art. Wolf Vostell designed the catalogue for the Ludwig collection of contemporary art, given as a permanent loan to the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne