Books of the Conceptual Landscape

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  • Tatvan        Stanley Brouwn        Books / Artists’ Books        $200.00
  • Douglas Huebler : November 1968        Douglas Huebler        Books / Catalogs        $480.00
  • Stells        Helen Douglas and Telfer Stokes        Books / Out of Print Books        $200.00
  • Palisades Project        Elyn Zimmerman        Books        $20.00
  • Ajawaan        Hamish Fulton        Books        $40.00
  • Robin Redbreast’s Territory / Sculpture 1969        Jan Dibbets        Books / Out of Print Books        $65.00
  • Three Wild Flowers        Ian Hamilton Finlay        Books        $65.00
  • Nine Works        Hamish Fulton        Books        $375.00
  • Site and Spirit        Mary Ellen Long        Books / Small Books        $15.00
  • Forest Echoes        Mary Ellen Long                $20.00
  • Inmarypraise        Günter Grass        Books / Signed        $75.00
  • Flower Arrangement        Dennis Oppenheim        Books / Artists’ Books        $80.00
  • Illiers Combray        Helen Douglas and Zoe Irvine        Books / Signed        $48.00

Included here are a number of rare and out of print publications from Hamish Fulton, Dennis Oppenheim, Stanley Brouwn, Jan Dibbets, Ian Hamilton Finlay and others that explore – through text and images – the landscape as a site and source for conceptual practice. Stanley Brouwn’s first conceptual artist book ‘Tatvan’ from 1970 traces the artist’s visit to a town in Turkey by the same name. In place of photographs showing the rail line extension, Brouwn has filled each page with a simple equation. The numbers at first suggest a concrete distance Brouwn may have measured out in the course of his journey, though they soon grow exponentially into near impossible sums. (ie. x – Tatwan 1000 000 000 000 000 000 000 km). Dennis Oppenheim’s Flower Arrangement for Bruce Nauman was published as part of the Multiples, Inc “Artists & Photographs” box set. The accordion fold book offers a playful nod to Nauman’s photographic ‘flour’ arrangements from 1966. The expansive panorama features the same repeating image of flowers and trees. From Hamish Fulton, an accordion-fold book recounts an eight day walk through central Saskatchewan by the artist, revealing a panoramic view of Lake Ajawaan with red and white four-letter words overlaying the image. Published by Art Metropole, 1987.

Checklist
  1. Helen Douglas and Telfer Stokes
    Stells
    Weproductions
    edition size unknown
    Out of stock
  2. Hamish Fulton
    Ajawaan
    Toronto, Canada: Art Metropole, 1987
    size unknown
    Out of stock
  3. Jan Dibbets
    Robin Redbreast’s Territory / Sculpture 1969
    New York & Köln, US ; Germany: Seth Siegelaub & Walther König, 1970
    size unknown
    Out of stock
  4. Ian Hamilton Finlay
    Three Wild Flowers
    Little Sparta, Scotland: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1995
    size unknown
    Out of stock
  5. Douglas Huebler
    Douglas Huebler : November 1968
    New York, NY: 1968
    1000
    $480.00
  6. Dennis Oppenheim
    Flower Arrangement
    New York, NY: Inc. and Multiples Inc., 1970
    size unknown
    Out of stock
  7. Helen Douglas and Zoe Irvine
    Illiers Combray
    Yarrow, Scotland: Aeolus and Weproductions, 2004
    500
    $48.00
  8. Elyn Zimmerman
    Palisades Project
    Yonkers, NY: The Hudson River Museum, 1982
    size unknown
    Out of stock
  9. Hamish Fulton
    Nine Works
    London, U.K.: Robert Self, 1977
    1000
    Out of stock
  10. Günter Grass
    Inmarypraise
    New York, NY: Verlag F. Bruckmann KG, 1973
    size unknown
    Out of stock
  11. Mary Ellen Long
    Forest Echoes
    Albuquerque, NM: self, 1992
    $20.00
  12. Stanley Brouwn
    Tatvan
    Munich, Germany: Stanley Brouwn, 1970
    Out of stock
  13. Mary Ellen Long
    Site and Spirit
    Durango, CO: Mary Ellen Long, 1985
    500
    Out of stock
Last updated 4/23/2015
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