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LIAM GILICK

 

Public Poster Program II (11 / september 2017)

Tout va bien, silkscreen print on C-MAT 150 gr., 68 x 94 cm. /26.8 x 37 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 2017

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Hors-série #83 (december 2016)

Workplace Aesthetics Might Not Be Enough, CMYK offset print on multi-offset 120 grams, 42 x 29.7 cm. /16.5 x 11.7 inches, edition 40, signed and numbered, 2016

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Untitled 292014A, inkjet print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Matt FineArt, 188 gsm, 100% cotton paper, 48.5 x 33 cm. /13 x 19 inches, edition 50, signed and numbered, 2014

€ 950,-

 

 

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Phrase appearing in the back of the print: " Multiple intitulé "Untitled 292014A", réalisé en 2014, par Liam Gillick, en tant que N. Strasburg, pour le Pseudonym Project, Paris."
(translation: Print, entitled "Untitled 292014A", created in 2014, by Liam Gillick, as N. Strasburg, for the Pseudonym Project, Paris.)

 

Farm Form Firm Forum, silkscreen on paper, 23 2/5 × 16 1/2 inches /59.4 × 42 cm., edition 18, signed and numbered, 2014

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Hors série # 66 (january 2016)

PART 1  

Intervention in de Witte Raaf advertisement space, 18.4 x 25.5 cm. /7.2 x 10 inches, 14.000 examples + You can call it wallpapering for, but .........., silkscreen print on steinbach 250 grams, 65 x 50 cm. /25.6 x 19.7 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 2016

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Hors série # 66 (march 2016)  

PART 2 

Intervention in de Witte Raaf advertisement space, 18.4 x 25.5 cm. /7.2 x 10 inches, 14.000 examples + Fog Wallpaperer Wanted. No Experience Necessary, silkscreen print on Steinbach 250 grams, 65 x 50 cm. /25.6 x 19.7 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 2016

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Hors série # 66 (may 2016)  

PART 3

Intervention in de Witte Raaf advertisement space, 18.4 x 25.5 cm. /7.2 x 10 inches, 14.000 examples + Dear Editor, silkscreen print on Steinbach 250 grams, 65 x 50 cm. /25.6 x 19.7 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 2016

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Hors série # 66 (july 2016)  

PART 4

Intervention in de Witte Raaf advertisement space, 18.4 x 25.5 cm. /7.2 x 10 inches, 14.000 examples + To-don't List, silkscreen print on Steinbach 250 grams,  65 x 50 cm. /25.6 x 19.7 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 2016

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Hors série # 66 (september 2016)  

PART 5

Intervention in de Witte Raaf advertisement space, 18.4 x 25.5 cm. /7.2 x 10 inches, 14.000 examples + Forget about the ball, silkscreen print on Steinbach 250 grams,  65 x 50 cm. /25.6 x 19.7 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 2016

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Hors série # 66 (november 2016)  

PART 6

Intervention in de Witte Raaf advertisement space, 18.4 x 25.5 cm. /7.2 x 10 inches, 14.000 examples + Some artists......, silkscreen print on Steinbach 250 grams,  65 x 50 cm. /25.6 x 19.7 inches, edition 25, signed and numbered, 2016

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Over the course of 2016 Liam Gillick will make an edition in 6 parts. The release dates will follow the rhythm of the art-magazine 'De Witte Raaf'. Every two months Liam Gillick will publish a contribution in the advertisement section. This magazine is distributed for free and is available at many art venues (museums, galleries, art centers, etc).
Alongside, there is a limited edition produced. A 50 x 65 cm silkscreen print, in edition of 25 + 5 A.P.

The suite of Liam Gillick's publications will compose one work, produced over the 12 months of 2016, both in the free version as in the limited edition version.

 

Hold Still, object, modified crossbow, camera, usb image transfer cable, wooden box, 28 x 85 x 11 cm. /11 x 33.5 x 4.3 inches (box), edition 10, signed and numbered (on sticker on box), 2012

€ 1600,- 

 

 

 

 

With reference to Michael Powell's film Peeping Tom and the first internationally syndicated German game show Der Goldene Schuss this work comprises a deactivated crossbow with a camera replacing the firing mechanism. Starting in 1964 Der Goldene Schuss involved participants guiding the hand of a blindfolded cameraman/marksman who was tasked with hitting a novelty target under instruction from the viewer. The phrase ‘der goldene Schuss’ has also come to reference heroin – the title of the work on the box being a reproduction of a graffiti found in a German city center. Use of the work is threatening and places pressure upon the user to determine carefully the subject of any photograph ‘captured’ by the camera.

 

Gatto Parlante, a bottle of finest Grappa di Vinaccia, produced and bottled by Distillery Domenico Pagura, Veneto. Label by Liam Gillick, edition 20, signed by the artist, in black card box, 2009

€ 150,- bottle 1 litre (50% vol)

 

 

Gatto Parlante, a bottle of finest Grappa di Vinaccia, produced and bottled by Distillery Domenico Pagura, Veneto. Label by Liam Gillick, edition 40, signed by the artist, in grey card box, 2009

€ 80,- bottle 0.5 litre (45% vol)

 

 

INSERTS #1 (march 22nd 2013)

1820, A4 folder with 8 A4 offset prints, each offset print 21 x 29.7 cm. /8.3 x 11.7 inches, edition 40, signed and numbered on colophon, 2013

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The edition was based on a performance held during the artist's exhibition at Bard College, summer 2012

 

Agriculture, Dentistry, Anarchy..., set of 6 silkscreens, each 81 x 65 cm. /31.9 x 25.6 inches, edition 20, signed and numbered, 2011

€ 8500,- (set)

 

  

 

  

 

  

 

Shelf System A, object, powder-coated aluminium, 10 x 20 x 100 cm. /3.9 x 7.8 x 39 inches, shelf consisting of 6 elements to be mounted onto the wall. Three different colour combinations, limited to an edition of 100, 2008

€ 11.000,-

 

 

Multiplied Discussion Structure, powder-coated aluminium, 41 x 61 x 245 cm. /16.1 x 24 x 96.5 inches, Three colour variations. Limited to an edition of 100, 2007

Liam Gillick considers the construction to be sculpture that can be used as a table or a bench.

€ 11.000,-

 

 

Guadalajara Revision Stack, 10 parts sculpture, edition in varying sequence colour, varnish on ceramics, diameter 30 cm. /11.8 inches, height 40 cm. /15.7 inches, edition 100, 2009

€ 4000,-

 

 

222nd Floor, multiple, aluminium with engraved text "222nd Floor", 30 x 5 x 1 cm. /11.8 x 2 x 0.4 inches, edition 80, with signed and numbered certificate, 2006

€ 360,-

 

 

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Guide (monntag bis freitag/monday to friday), set of 5 silkscreens in 17 colours on photoboard (black), 118.8 x 84 cm. /46.8 x 33.1 inches, edition 20, signed and numbered 2004

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Thamesmead 1, plexiglass, 40 x 40 x 6 cm. /15.7 x 15.7 x 2.4 inches, edition 12, signed and numbered, 2002
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All Books (Special Edition), artists' book, hard cover, offset printing, black & white, spot colour, 248 pages, housed in a yellow and white perspex slipcase, 21.5 x 14 cm. /8.5 x 5.5 inches, edition of 30, signed and numbered, 2009
€ 475,-
 
 
 

SUNDAY # 009 (march 13th 2011)

Social centre in the centre, offset print on multi-offset, 120 grams, A1 (59.4 x 84.1 cm. /23.4 x 33.1 inches) folded to A4 (29.7 x 21 cm. /11.7 x 8.3 inches), edition 100, signed and numbered, 2010

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By making the abstract

concrete, art no longer

retains any abstract quality,

It merely announces...

A constant striving for a 

state of abstraction and in 

turn produces more 

abstraction to pursue...

It is this failure of the 

abstract that lures and 

hypnotises – forcing itself 

onto artists and demanding 

repeated attention..

The abstract draws artists 

towards itself as a 

semi-autonomous zone just 

out of reach...

 

It produces the illusion of a 

series of havens and places 

that might reduce the 

contingent everyday to a 

sequence of distant 

inconveniences...

It is the concretization of 

the abstract into a series of 

failed forms that lures the 

artist into repeated 

attempts to “create” the 

abstract...

Fully aware that this very

act produces things that 

are the representation of 

impossibilities...

 

 

The abstract is a realm of 

denial and deferment – a 

continual reminder that 

varied acts of art have 

taken place and the authors 

were probably artists.

 

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SUNDAY is an editorial project published on a bi-monthly basis. A standard format was developed specifically for this project, in which an artist is invited to conduct an intervention, re-think a work, or make an adaptation.

SUNDAY is a cross between a publication, an artist’s edition, a multiple, and an exhibition.

A foldable exhibition platform, a poster-like monograph, an artwork edition, .........

An A1-size poster folded to A4 size, a colophon, bundled in an envelope.

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For other SUNDAY editions please watch SUNDAY editions

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LIAM GILLICK / ROB MAZUREK

Liam Gillick
Underground Persons #1 To #4, offset print, 30 x 30 cm. /11.8 x 11.8 inches, edition of 100 (4 different versions of each 25 copies, plus 30 a.p.), signed, numbered & dated, 2003
 
Rob Mazurek
Thought Farming, LP, 2003. Side A: 01. Thought. Side B: 02. Farming.
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Notice: every release contains a 12” record & an art edition and is limited to 100 copies. The intention is to let musicians and artists (in)directly collaborate. The result is a true audiovisual experience from some of the most exciting contemporary artists and musicians of today.

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We can offer several other works by LIAM GILLICK. About these works: please contact us for images, availability, prices and other information.