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Product Description: The obsessively detailed paintings of the young London artist Anj Smith (born in 1978) were shown solo for the first time this Spring at Nyehaus Gallery in New York. This limited edition companion catalogue, designed by the award-winning New York firm, Helicopter, is the first publication of Smith's career...read more

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9781934171011 | Foundation 20 21, June 1, 2007, cover price $45.00 | About this edition: The obsessively detailed paintings of the young London artist Anj Smith (born in 1978) were shown solo for the first time this Spring at Nyehaus Gallery in New York.

By Sam Lipsyte, Paul McCarthy (illustrator) and Tim Nye (editor)

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9781891027239 | Har/pstr edition (Foundation 20 21, February 1, 2007), cover price $45.00

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Product Description: A modern-day meditation on the beauty, rigor, luxury and understated power of high Minimalism. Featuring just one important and iconic piece each by Larry Bell, Craig Kauffman, John McCracken, Fred Sandback and James Turrell, and two by Robert Irwin, all made between 1965 and 1971, this 20-page exhibition catalogue delivers a condensed and almost invisible kind of optical dazzle that literally unfolds before the reader's eyes...read more
By Larry Bell (other contributor), Adrian Dannatt (contributor), Robert Irwin (other contributor), Craig Kauffman (other contributor), John McCracken (other contributor) and Tim Nye (editor)

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9781891027215 | Pap/pstr l edition (Foundation 20 21, August 15, 2006), cover price $35.00 | About this edition: A modern-day meditation on the beauty, rigor, luxury and understated power of high Minimalism.

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Product Description: Martin Kippenberger's trickster aesthetic was aided and abetted by the owners of his famed Berlin hangout, the Paris Bar. One proprietor, Michael W├╝rthle, provided Kippenberger with a place to make art at his family's house on the island of Syros, Greece; the other, Reinald Nohal, owned a summer retreat in Canada's Yukon Territory, which the artist visited...read more

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9781891027161 | Pck edition (Foundation 20 21, June 1, 2005), cover price $95.00 | About this edition: Martin Kippenberger's trickster aesthetic was aided and abetted by the owners of his famed Berlin hangout, the Paris Bar.

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