Made in Munich. Editions from 1968 to 2008

Exhibition catalogue

Edited by Chris Dercon and Julienne Lorz

With an essay by Julienne Lorz and an interview by Chris Dercon with Laszlo Glozer; List of works and short biographies of all editors; Including installation photographs by Wilfried Petzi and object photography by Jann Averwerser.

Published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 2011
368 pages; 170 color illustrations.

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EXHIBITION

Made in Munich

21.11.08 – 22.02.09

Since the beginning of the 1970s, Munich along with New York and London, was leading with regards to editions and multiples. The exhibition shows works from 1968 to today, which were initiated and produced by a.o. dedicated Munich galleries and "editeurs". MORE

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Ellsworth Kelly: "Black Curves", 2011

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Gideon Mendel: "A bus stop on the corner of Cavenshish and Rockey Street 1986", 2013

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James Casebere — Blue House, 2016

The new, colorful works, including the "Blue House" edition that Casebere specifically made for the exhibition at Haus der Kunst, probe the effects of recent social occurrences in the United States. MORE


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Lawrence Weiner, Rows of Cabbage, 2007

The edition depicts the words of Weiner's text sculpture against the silhouette of Haus der Kunst as a silkscreen print on iron. MORE


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Gilbert & George: "Fingers of Fate" / "Hearts of Plane", 2007

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Thomas Ruff: Edition "ma.r.s.15", 2011/12

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Mel Bochner: Edition "Blah, Blah, Blah + Background Noise", 2013

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Anish Kapoor: Svayambh, 2007

Both the sculpture in the 2007 exhibition and the edition are called "Svayambh", which is derived from Sanskrit "svayambhu(v)" and means "self-generated" or "born of itself". With the edition, the artist refers to the sculpture created for the exhibition and, thus, the associated creative process. MORE


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Kendell Geers: Edition "FF.V.II.", 2013

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Luc Tuymans: Edition "Wenn der Frühling kommt", 2007

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Lorna Simpson: The Read Heads

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Georg Baselitz — Farewell Bill

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Thomas Schütte: Edition "Fucking Flowers", 2009

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Marlene Dumas: Edition "Frau und Hund", 2010

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Ai Weiwei: "Dust to Dust", 2009

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Robin Rhode, Walk Off, 2007

In baseball, a team immediately leaves the field after a "walk-off home run". For Robin Rhode, the "walk off" is the last work in a series or the last line of a drawing. MORE


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Matt Mullican: Edition "Untitled (Chart)", 2011

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