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Zines 2 cover
Zines 2 cover
Zines 2 cover

Hoyer Rüdiger / Kretschmer Hubert, Hrsg.: Zines #2 1976-1979 - Künstlerzeitschriften aus der Sammlung Hubert Kretschmer, München Archive Artist Publications, 2013

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Titel
  • Zines #2 1976-1979 - Künstlerzeitschriften aus der Sammlung Hubert Kretschmer, München Archive Artist Publications
Ort Land
Medium Zeitschrift, Magazin
Techn. Angaben
  • 16 S., 37x29 cm, Auflage: 1.000, 2 Stück. ISBN/ISSN 9783928804714
    Blätter lose ineinander gelegt, farbig gedruckte Zeitung
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  • kostenlose Zeitung zur Ausstellung im Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte in München vom 07.12.2013 - 31.01.2014,
    mit Texten von Rüdiger Hoyer, Daniela Stöppel, Ulises Carrión und Hubert Kretschmer, alle Abbildungen in Farbe. Johannes Bissinger
Weitere Personen
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TitelNummer
011007K20
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lightworks 11-12 79

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Titel
  • lightworks, Nr. 11/12 - Fluxus
Verlag Jahr
Medium Zeitschrift, Magazin
Techn. Angaben
  • 64 S., 28x21,5 cm, 2 Stück. ISBN/ISSN 01614223
    Drahtheftung, innen ein an Faden geklebtes Lesezeichen
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TitelNummer
002159119
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art police gazette-3-1 83

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  • Art Police Gazette Vol. 3 No. 1
Verlag Jahr
Medium Zeitschrift, Magazin
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  • [16] S., 43,3x28 cm, keine weiteren Angaben vorhanden
    Blätter lose ineinander gelegt
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  • Art Police was an art zine collectively published by a dozen Minneapolis artists, including the painter Frank Gaard. The zine lasted from 1974-1994. It was known for a mixture of "low brow" humor and "high brow" sensibilities, with political cartoons appearing next to pictures of blowjobs.
    Text von zinewiki.com
    33. Ausgabe
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TitelNummer
003177068
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  • Audio Arts catalogue of cassettes & tape/slide sequences
Ort Land
Verlag Jahr
Medium Lieferverzeichnis
Techn. Angaben
  • 21x14,7 cm, keine weiteren Angaben vorhanden
    Drahtheftung, Verzeichnis über erschienene Kassettenarbeiten
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  • Audio Arts Cassettes was a British sound magazine documenting contemporary artistic activity via artist or curator interviews, sound performances or sound art by artists. From 1973 to 2006, Audio Arts published 25 volumes of 4 issues of the Audio Arts Cassettes (later releasing LPs and CDs as well).
    Text aus Tape Mag
TitelNummer
003210374
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innen-crawford

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  • Selected works from 1990's
Ort Land
Verlag Jahr
Medium Zine
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  • [32] S., 19x13 cm, Auflage: 500, keine weiteren Angaben vorhanden
    Drahtheftung, Schwarz-Weiss Offsetdruck
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  • The William Crawford Estate is owned and represented by Ampersand Gallery. William Crawford's drawings were discovered in an abandoned house in Oakland, California. His work brings to mind characteristics of prison drawings, an impression confirmed by the fact that several were made on the backs of prison roster sheets dated 1997. These printouts, however, were cut down the middle, so the exact prison from which they originate is unknown. But given their origin in the Bay Area and the fact that several drawings include San Francisco landmarks, it's possible that Crawford made the work in a California state prison. Other than this information drawn from the archive itself, nothing is known about Crawford's life. Indeed, we only know his name because he signed just a few of the drawings, either as Bill, William or WM Crawford. The archive appears to have consisted of several books, with individual drawings in sequences of 30 or more adding up to tell complex visual stories. Several include written captions or fragments of conversation between male and female characters. These sequences, however, have been broken up over the years and reach us now in a fragmentary and fascinating collection of hundreds of delicate pencil drawings. The work conveys the intense sense of sexual longing of a man with an urge to tell dynamic stories. The drawings, which resemble the eroticism of Eric Stanton, the exaggerated male anatomy of Tom of Finland or the ample breasts of a John Currin, show scantily dressed women, drug use, cuckolding and orgies. The details of his interiors, the hairdos and style of dress suggest that Crawford might have come of age in the late 70s or early 80s. A cast of recurring figures populate the drawings, notably one man with a short afro and a moustache who often figures at the center of events, presumably the artist William Crawford himself. Remarkably, given the number of drawings, there is little to no repetition in the work. Crawford’s inventive eye for sexual positions, facial expressions and gestures of hand and body was vast and masterful. Simple geometric details and architectural subtleties define the unusual settings where the action unfolds. We see rooms shown from unusual angles, features that are hinted at, erased or altogether omitted and articles of clothing that are drawn with obsessive precision. This singular and original drawing style compels us to immerse ourselves in the world William Crawford created, more dream than documentation, more fantasy than perversion. Crawford's drawings have been widely exhibited, notably at Galerie Susanne Zander (Cologne and Berlin), Zieher, Smith and Horton (New York), Freddy (Baltimore) and upcoming solo exhibitions at FARAGO (Los Angeles) and Richardson (New York). His work is also featured in the latest issue of Richardson Magazine and was included in "System and Vision" at David Zwirner, an exhibition organized in collaboration with Delmes & Zander. Reviewing it, The New Yorker wrote, "William Crawford's orgiastic illustrations on the backs of prison rosters haven an erotic intensity that rivals anything by Hans Bellmer or Pierre Klossowski."
    Text von der Webseite
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TitelNummer
026690755
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