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1 PLAY Works made by Artists for Parkett Vol January 2017

2 PLAY Works made by Artists for Parkett ( / Vol. 1-99) FRANZ ACKERMANN DOUG AITKEN PAWEL ALTHAMER FRANCIS ALYS LAURIE ANDERSON MATTHEW BARNEY YTO BARRADA MARK BRADFORD OLAF BREUNING ANDREA BÜTTNER VALENTIN CARRON FRANCESCO CLEMENTE ABRAHAM CRUZVILLEGAS NATHALIE DJURBERG OLAFUR ELIASSON URS FISCHER FISCHLI/WEISS KATHARINA FRITSCH BERNARD FRIZE LIAM GILLICK DAN GRAHAM RODNEY GRAHAM MARK GROTJAHN DAVID HAMMONS RACHEL HARRISON DAMIEN HIRST GARY HUME RASHID JOHNSON ALEX KATZ JEFF KOONS SHERRIE LEVINE HELEN MARTEN LUCY MCKENZIE TRACEY MOFFATT JUAN MUÑOZ PAULINA OLOWSKA MAI-THU PERRET RICHARD PRINCE JASON RHOADES TIM ROLLINS + K.O.S. MIKA ROTTENBERG FRANCES STARK STURTEVANT JOHN WESLEY

3 the most important artists of our time have created works for PARKETT that represent the essence of their art or reveal an unexpected dimension. Iwona Blazwick, Director, The Whitechapel Art Gallery, London the diversity of works on view offer a sense of what artists can do with the challenge of how to distill their multivalent practices into a single, compact object or image. Philip Tinari, Director, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing The MoMA collection contains numerous examples of editions by the most significant artists of the modern period... the editions made for PARKETT carry on this rich tradition. Deborah Wye, Chief Curator emerita, Prints and Illustrated Books, Museum of Modern Art, New York A show of the work produced for a revolutionary magazine functions as a mini-museum of the recent time. Financial Times, London... A catalyst for invigorating change whilst always producing the harvest of the quiet eye Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery, London... a wonderland of sometimes fantastical treasures... the scope and quality of what is on display, not to mention the artists involved make this show one of the strongest so far this year Time-Out, Beijing PARKETT s editions highlight the Zeitgeist, the hopes and fears of artists in the globalized world, their questions of identity, of past and future, their zest for life, and their creation of new utopias... Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich PARKETT has taken the pulse of our time and built a Schaulager for it in book form: it has turned the present into a lasting phenomenon. Stanislaus von Moos, Prof. emeritus, University of Zurich Congratulations on three decades of exceptional publishing. Sir Nicholas Serota, Director, Tate, London

4 FRANZ ACKERMANN Peak Season, 2003 For Parkett color silkscreen print on Somerset 300g/m 2, paper size: /16 x 27 9 /16 (48 x 68 cm), image size: 18 7 /8 x 26 3 /4 (45,7 x 66 cm), printed by Werkstatt für Kunstsiebdruck Munich, Ed. 70/XXX, signed and numbered 66 67

5 DOUG AITKEN Decrease the Mass and Run like Hell, 1999 For Parkett 57 Mirror kite, ca. 34 x 33 1 /2 (86,5 x 85 cm), tail 37 3 /8 (95 cm), with poster of flying kite, 20 x 15 5 /8 (50,8 x 38 cm), Ed. 60/XX, stamped and numbered 72 73

6 PAWEŁ ALTHAMER Retrospective, 2008 For Parkett tin figures, each approx. 1 1 /8 to 3 1 /2 (3,5 9 cm) high, cast by Michal Nowicki, Warsaw, in custom-made cardboard suitcase, 6 5 /8 x 9 1 /2 x 3 1 /8 (17,5 x 24 x 8 cm), Ed. 38/XXV, signed and numbered certificate 76 77

7 FRANCIS ALŸS Ghetto Collector, 2003 For Parkett 69 Tin, magnets, plastic string, rubber wheels, 25 design variations, approx. 6 1 /2 x 9 x 5 (15 x 24 x 13,8 cm), Ed. 99/L, signed and numbered 80 81

8 LAURIE ANDERSON Hearring, 1997 For Parkett 49 Earring with playable sound message (approx. 20 sec.), brass, copper, circuit board, loudspeaker, lithium battery, Plexiglas, wires, approx. size: 3 3 /8 x 1 3 /4 x 1 (10,2, x 4,5 x 2 cm), jewelery by Josiah Dearborn, engineering design Bob Bielecki Ed. 150/XXX, with monogram and numbered 84 85

9 MATTHEW BARNEY Sweet Bolus, 1995 For Parkett 45 Cast sugar and Viratex epoxy resin on satin ribbon with single cultured pearl, dumbbell: 3 7 /8 x 4 x 11 1 /2 (8,5 x 9 x 30,7 cm), overall length with satin ribbon 26 1 /2 (67 cm), Ed. 50/XXV, signed and numbered label

10 YTO BARRADA Aquariums for Sale on a Rainy Day, Tangier, 2001 For Parkett 91 Two C-Prints, 10 1 /4 x 11 (26 x 28 cm) each, Ed. 35/XX, signed and numbered certificate

11 VB08 VB39 VANESSA BEECROFT Untitled, 1999 For Parkett 56 VB35 VB39 Five silkscreen color prints of photographs from the artist s archive (VB08, VB35, VB16, VB39 & VB39), 19 7 /8 x 27 7 /16 (49,9 x 70 cm) each, printed by Atelier für Siebdruck, Lorenz Boegli, Zurich, Ed. of 50/LV, signed and numbered certificate VB

12 MARK BRADFORD The Once and Future King, 2011 For Parkett 89 Knife with metal blade in stone, approx. 6 3 /4 x 4 3 /4 x 10 1 /2, 7 lb. (ca. 17 x 12 x 26,5 cm, 3 kg) production by Barnacle Bros, Los Angeles, Ed. 35/XX, signed and numbered certificate

13 OLAF BREUNING Lemon Pig, 2004 For Parkett 71 Styrofoam, ca. 9 7 /8 x 9 x 12 1 /8 (25 x 23 x 31 cm), Ed. 60/XX, signed and numbered

14 ANDREA BÜTTNER Piano Stool / Klavierstuhl (Silkscreen), 2015 For Parkett 97 Silkscreen in 4 colors, on 160 g/m 2 Fabriano Design 5, 24 x 25 1 /8, printed by Atelier für Siebdruck, Lorenz Boegli. Ed. 25 / XX, signed and numbered

15 VALENTIN CARRON Bell, 2013 For Parkett 93 Bronze cast, wood, diameter 6 1 /2 x 2 3 /4, fabricated by Kunstbetrieb AG, Münchenstein, Switzerland. Ed. 35 / XX, signed and numbered certificate

16 FRANCESCO CLEMENTE Sorrow, 1994 For Parkett 40/41 Photo-etching, printed by Peter Kneubühler, Zurich, on handmade vellum paper, 11 4 /8 x 8 1 /8 (29,8 x 21 cm), Ed. 60/XX, signed and numbered

17 ABRAHAM CRUZVILLEGAS Autoconclusión, 2015 For Parkett 97 Wooden briefcase, with 34 bamboo wood sticks in 34 different colors, with a separate 7-color silkscreen included in the briefcase, briefcase interior lined with canvas, briefcase custom made from larch wood and MDF by Stiftung St. Jakob, 13 1 /8 x 21 x 1 3 /4, 7.2 lb, silkscreen printed by Atelier für Siebdruck, Lorenz Boegli on Bütten 250 g/m 2 paper, 12 x 19 1 /2. Ed. 35/XX, signed and numbered certificate

18 NATHALIE DJURBERG Eggs, 2012 For Parkett 90 Canvas, stuffed with cotton, acrylic, oil (hand painted), mixed media (wood, clay et al.), each figure unique, 17 3 /4 high (45 cm), wooden base 11 5 /8 x 11 5 /8 (30 x 30 cm), Ed. 38/XX plus 3 APs, signed and numbered

19 OLAFUR ELIASSON Eye Eye, 2002 For Parkett 64 Iris shutter, concave mirror, wooden bracket, 8 11 /16 x 8 11 /16 x 10 1 /4 (27,1 x 22 x 25,5 cm), shutter 4 (10,2 cm) diameter, mirror 4 3 /4 (12,1 cm) diameter, Ed. 70/XX, signed and numbered

20 URS FISCHER Sigh, Sigh, Sherlock!, 2004 For Parkett 72 Fiberglass reinforced plaster cast, partially painted, 36 1 /4 x 12 5 /8 x 12 5 /8 (92 x 32 x 32 cm), cast by Kunstgiesserei Felix Lehner, St. Gall, Switzerland, Ed. 45/XXV, signed and numbered

21 PETER FISCHLI / DAVID WEISS Record, 1988 For Parkett 17 Record, beracryl, diameter 11 4 /5 (30 cm), Ed. 120XXVI, signed and numbered

22 KATHARINA FRITSCH Mill/Ambulance/Toads, 1990 For Parkett 25 Set of three single records, ø 7 7 /8 (17,5 cm), Ed sets, unsigned

23 BERNARD FRIZE Percy John Heawood Conjecture, 2005 For Parkett 74 Double torus cast in Polyurethane, painted in eight synthetic resin colors, the number of colors sufficient for map coloring on the surface of a double torus is given by the Heawood conjecture, all eight colors share a common border with each other, 10 5 /8 x 6 1 /4 x 1 3 /4 (24 x 8 x 4 cm), 2,75 lbs (1,25 kg), production by Kunstgiesserei Felix Lehner, St. Gall, Switzerland, Ed. 45/XXV, signed and numbered certificate

24 LIAM GILLICK Literally No Place, 2001 For Parkett 61 5 plexiglas and 3 aluminum plates in different colors, 8 x 10 (25 x 20,5 cm) each, assembly ad libitum, Ed. 70/XXV, signed and numbered certificate

25 DAN GRAHAM Fun for Kids at my Work in a Park in Manhattan, 2003 For Parkett 68 Piezo Ultrachrome Pigment print on Hahnemühle paper, 13 x 16 1 /2 (32,9 x 41,9 cm), printed by Laumont Editions, New York, photograph by Rosalind Cutforth, Ed. 60/XX, signed and numbered on the reverse

26 RODNEY GRAHAM Weather Vane, 2002 For Parkett 64 Black enameled stainless steel, approx /4 x 24 4 /5 x 21 1 /2 (40 x 53,7 x 53,7 cm) produced after a drawing by Derek Root, Ed. 70/XX, signed and numbered certificate

27 MARK GROTJAHN Spinner Winner, 2007 For Parkett 80 Hand-painted coin in gold and silver, 1 1 /2 x 1 /8 (3,9 x 0,3 cm), each unique, plexiglas case, Ed. 13/VII in 18 carat gold, engraved and numbered on reverse, Ed. 30/X in sterling silver, engraved and numbered on reverse

28 DAMIEN HIRST What Goes Up Must Come Down, 1994 For Parkett 40/41 Ping-pong ball, hairdryer, Plexiglas container for laboratories, approx. ø 12 x 12 (ø 30 x 30 cm), Ed. 30/XV, signed and numbered label

29 GARY HUME Snowman, 1996 For Parkett 48 Silkscreen on pink felt, printed by Print Workshop, London, 12 x 12 (29,9 x 29,9 cm), Ed. 55/XX, signed and numbered

30 PIERRE HUYGHE All But One, 2002 For Parkett 66 Windchime for outdoor use, 5 hand-tuned aluminium tubes, 1 3 /8 (6,1 cm) diameter each, top hanging ring 2 (5,2 cm), black cord, black wood striker, engraved aluminium wind plate, 4 (10,2 cm) diameter, overall length: 55 1 /8 (140 cm), overall diameter: 8 (20,5 cm), manufactured by Jeff Kile, Grace Note Windchimes, Mariposa, California, Ed. 70/XXX, signed and numbered certificate

31 RASHID JOHNSON I Love Music, 2012 For Parkett 90 Cast bronze, 9 7 /8 x 7 7 /8 x 1 /4 (25 x 20 x 0,6 cm), weight 10 lbs (4,5 kg), fabricated by Bedi Makky Art Foundry, New York. Ed. 35/XX, signed and numbered certificate

32 ALEX KATZ Sunny, 2004 For Parkett 72 Silkscreen on aluminum, 5 1 /8 x 5 7 /8 x 2 (13 x 15 x 5 cm), printed by Atelier für Siebdruck, Lorenz Boegli, Zurich, Ed. 70/XXX, signed and numbered

33 JEFF KOONS Signature Plate, 1989 For Parkett 19 Porcelain, with a decal fired at 1652 F, diameter 10 1 /4 (26 cm), made by Porzellanfabrik Langenthal, Switzerland, Ed. 80/LX, numbered, signature integrated into the picture

34 SHERRIE LEVINE Two Shoes, 1992 For Parkett 32 Pair of children s shoes, brown leather, each 6 1 /2 x 2 1 /2 x 2 1 /2 (15,8 x 6 x 5,8 cm), Ed. 99/XXXVI, signed and numbered

35 HELEN MARTEN Gourmet Grandchildren, 2013 FOR PARKETT color silkscreen on powder-coated aluminum (printed by K2 Screen, London), with applicated c-print, powder-coated aluminum shelf. Caputo flour bag in hand-stitched plastic sack, cast aluminum olives, cast resin olives, numbered nail (edition number), string, silk thread, leather twine, wire. Print 23 5 /8 x 17 3 /4, flour bag and components approx. 7 7 /8 x 6 x 4, all in custom-stamped cardboard box, 19 5 /8 x 23 5 /8 x 6 1 /4, Ed. 35/XX, signed and numbered

36 LUCY McKENZIE Untitled, 2006 For Parkett 76 5-color silkscreen on Somerset Satin, paper size: 29 1 /2 x 22 (75 x 55,5 cm), image: 22 1 /2 x 15 (57 x 38 cm), printed by Bernie Reid, Edinburgh, Scotland, Ed. 60/XX, signed and numbered

37 TRACEY MOFFATT From the Up in the Sky Photo Series, 1997 For Parkett 53 4-color offset lithograph, image size: 17 1 /8 x 21 (43,3 x 53,5 cm), on archival book design paper, 20 x 27 (50,8 x 68,4 cm), printed by Link Printing, Sydney, Ed. 60/XX, signed and numbered

38 MARIKO MORI Star Doll, 1998 For Parkett 54 Doll with microphone, earphones, boots, white stockings, red plaid skirt, top in blue, black and white, transparent bracelets, yellow shoulder pads, brooch and blue hair, 10 1 /4 (26 cm) high, Ed. 99/XX, signed and numbered certificate

39 JUAN MUÑOZ Augenblick (Glimpse), 1995 For Parkett 43 Hand-etched glass, the image becomes momentarily visible by breathing on the glass, 4 3 /4 x 3 1 /2 x 1 /8 (12 x 9 x 0,3 cm), Ed. 70/XXV, signed and numbered

40 PAULINA OLOWSKA Siatkarka Volleyball Player, 2013 For Parkett 92 Ceramic, hand painted, each unique, 11 3 /4 x 4 x 3 1 /4, fabricated by Klajster Majster Studio, Poland. Ed. 50/10 AP, signed and numbered

41 MAI-THU PERRET A Portable Apocalypse Ballet (Red Ring), 2008 For Parkett 84 Sculpture, opaque non-toxic polyurethane resin, color cast with instant polyurethane pigments, clothing designed by Ligia Dias, beige viscose fabric with white accents and metal buttons, black leather belt, modacrylic light brown wig, solid cast polyurethane resin base, painted, neon ring powered by 12 V CE and UL approved universal wall adapter, 14 3 /4 x 7 x 7 (37,5 x 17,8 x 17,8 cm) production by Gamla Model Makers, Feasterville, PA, USA, Ed. 45/XX, signed and numbered certificate

42 RICHARD PRINCE Good Revolution, 1992 For Parkett 34 Presentation gold record with engraved plaque mounted on C-print, framed, includes a playable vinyl record by the artist, recorded both sides, Good Revolution (1:46) and Don t Belong (1:46), arranged and performed by Richard Prince, recorded and mixed at Harmonic Ranch by Mark Degliantoni, September 1992, 20 1 /2 x 16 1 /2 (52 x 41,9 cm), Ed. 80/XX, signed and numbered

43 JASON RHOADES Bottle Pumpkin from Perfect World, 2000 For Parkett 58 Hand-painted gourd with seeds that last 2000 years, backpack (each different), 11 snapshots, round cardboard container/pedestal, Ed. 70/XX, signed and numbered certificate

44 TIM ROLLINS + K.O.S. Winterreise Wasserfluth, 1989 For Parkett 20 Acryl, mica and offset print on Saunders rag, mounted on rag board, 11 7 /8 x 8 15 /16 (30,2 x 22,7 cm), Ed. 80/XX A. P., originals, signed and numbered

45 MIKA ROTTENBERG Bubble 1 Bubble 6, 2016 For Parkett 98 Single channel video in six versions, with sound, approx sec. loop. Custom-made purse in oyster design (plastic, silk lining, zipper, 4 3 /4 x 2 3 /8 x 1 /2 ), with pearlescent capsule inside containing memory stick. Video to be presented on videomonitor. Each video version Ed. 6 / 2APs signed and numbered certificate

46 The work of artist and writer Frances Stark often centers on an exploration of language and the written word, translating the process of writing or creating art into visual form. Working in multiple media, from works on paper to performance, Stark examines what she describes as the conditions of creative labor, highlighting the aspects of artistic production that are less frequently acknowledged Her elaborate book object for Parkett Dishonest but Appealing mimicks with its title page the picaresque novel, a genre of prose fiction featuring adventures of roguish heroes or heroines. The book object comes with a custom made hidden chamber between the pages to stash away secret things. (2) FRANCES STARK Dishonest But Appealing, 2013 For Parkett 93 Book with safe, paper pages, hand bound, hardcover with embossed printing, red cloth, silk ribbon, 11 1 /2 x 8 1 /2 x 2 1 /4. Edition of 35/XX, signed and numbered

47 STURTEVANT Dialogue of the Dogs, 2005/2011 For Parkett 88 Animated film, 1 min. loop, on DVD, with case, inserted in Parkett 88. Ed. 35/XX, with signed and numbered certificate

48 JOHN WESLEY Boyfriends, 2001 For Parkett 62 6-color silkscreen on Coventry 290 g/m 2, image size: 28 x 35 (71,2 x 88,9 cm), paper size: 31 x 38 (81 x 96,5 cm), printed by Bob Blanton, Brand X Editions, New York, Ed. 70/XXX, signed and numbered

49 Parkett Exhibitions in Public Institutions Taipei Taipei Fine Arts Museum (May August 2013) Inside a Book a House of gold Artists Editions for Parkett The most complete exhibition to date presents all 220 works made by artists for Parkett, with catalogue in Chinese and English. Beijing Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (February April, 2012) Inside a Book a House of gold Artists Editions for Parkett Catalogue in Chinese and English, edited by Phil Tinari. Collaborations with Parkett, Exhibition at MoMA, New York, 2001 Seoul Seoul Arts Center / Hangaram Museum (December 2010 March 2011) 200 Artworks 25 Years. Artists Editions for Parkett Curated by Honki Chae and Shim Chung, with catalogue in Korean and English. Singapore STPI (May July 2010) 200 Artworks 25 Years. Artists Editions for Parkett In collaboration with Emi Eu and Ong Boo Chai. Kanazawa 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art (September 2009) 200 Art Works 25 Years The most complete museum exhibition to date presents all 200 works made by artists for Parkett since 1984, with catalog. Zurich Kunsthaus (November, 2004 February, 2005) Parkett 20 Years of Artists Collaborations curated by Miriam Varadinis, with catalog. Venice Palazzo Remer (June October, 2003) At the occasion of the Biennale this exhibition presented all Parkett editions in Venice. Parkett 20 Years of Artists Collaborations, Kunsthaus Zürich

50 Dublin Irish Museum of Modern Art (June October, 2002) Beautiful Productions London Whitechapel Art Gallery (July August, 2001) In its Centenary the Whitechapel Gallery presented a Parkett exhibition entitled Beautiful Productions: Art to Play, Art to Wear, Art to Own, curated by Iwona Blazwick. New York Museum of Modern Art (April June, 2001) Collaborations with Parkett: 1984 to Now, curated by Deborah Wye, with catalog. Geneva Centre d Art Contemporain (November, 1999) Siena Palazzo delle Papesse (June October, 1999) Cologne Museum Ludwig (November 1998 January, 1999), curated by Reinhold Misselbeck, with catalog. Humlebaek, Denmark Louisiana Museum (September October, 1996) Curated by Lars Grambye Los Angeles MAK-Center at the Schindler House (March June, 1995) Catalog Silent & Violent edited by Peter Noever. Geneva Centre de Gravure Contemporaîne (April May, 1992) Marseille Centre de la Vieille Chariteé, Museés de Marseille (February March, 1991) Zurich Helmhaus (January February, 1989) Frankfurt Portikus (September October, 1988) Paris Centre Georges Pompidou (April June, 1987) Inside a Book a House of Gold, Exhibition at UCCA, Beijing,

51 Parkett Exhibition Space Zürich CARTE BLANCHE Pamela Rosenkranz (Aug Dec 2015) Parkett collaboration artist Pamela Rosenkranz curates a selection of some 50 Parkett Editions and shares an insight into her artistic approach. «CRUSH» by Kilian Rüthemann (Feb Jul 2015) A sensurround experience by Kilian Rüthemann who presented selected Parkett Editions in a stunning installation with ten tons of turquoise-colored, crushed glass on the gallery floor and pedestals made of large glass chunks. Crush CORNUCOPIA (Aug Dec 2014) On the occasion of Parkett s thirty years all editions were on view for the first time in one room in a specially designed installation- The presentation provided visitors with a unique look at the universe of artistic thought under one roof, beyond the limits of space or time. SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL (Feb June 2014) A never before seen selection of seventy works which all embody one of Parkett s key feature. ABSTRACT NATURE (Sep Dec 2013) A playful dialogue among fifty selected Parkett works with unexpected, enlightening relations. PEOPLE (Feb July, 2013) The show explored the exhibition theme and illustrated with sixty works the innovation and diversity, that artists bring to their Parkett projects in manyfold variations. IDEAS, VARIATIONS & UNIQUE WORKS (Oct 2012 Jan 2013) Forty groups of works documented the range of imagination and uniqueness that artists bring to their Parkett projects in untold variations. Cornucopia 44 45

52 THE COLLECTION OF ALL PARKETT BOOKS... a catalyst for invigorating change whilst always producing the harvest of the quiet eye Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery, London Congratulations on three decades of exceptional publishing. Nicholas Serota, Director, Tate, London SET OF ALL 60 AVAILABLE PARKETT VOLUMES COLLECTION OF ALL 98 VOLUMES (VOL. 1-98) o 60 volumes in Parkett s signature book design o 155 artists monographic collaborations, each with 3-5 texts o 850 texts by compelling and renown authors and writers o More than 4000 color illustrations o 98 volumes in Parkett s signature book design (incl. 38 out-of-print volumes) o 250 artists monographic collaborations, each with 3-5 texts o 1400 texts by compelling authors and writers o More than 8000 color illustrations We gladly assist you in finding missing, out-of-print Volumes and completing your collection of Parkett Books. Please or call Melissa Burgos, New York, or Bozena Civic, Zurich,

53 Artists List alphabetically Volume 1 99, Tomma Abts, 84 Franz Ackermann, 68 Eija-Liisa Ahtila, 68 Ai Weiwei, 81 Doug Aitken, 57 Jennifer Allora / Guillermo Calzadilla, 80 Paweĺ Althamer, 82 Kai Althoff, 75 Francis Alÿs, 69 El Anatsui, 90 Laurie Anderson, 49 John Armleder, 50/51 Richard Artschwager, 23, 46 Ed Atkins, 98 Tauba Auerbach, 94 John Baldessari, 29, 86 Stephan Balkenhol, 36 Matthew Barney, 45 Yto Barrada, 91 Georg Baselitz, 11 Vanessa Beecroft, 56 Ross Bleckner, 38 John Bock, 67 Alighiero e Boetti, 24 Christian Boltanski, 22 Monica Bonvicini, 72 Louise Bourgeois, 27, 82 Carol Bove, 86 Mark Bradford, 89 Kerstin Brätsch and DAS INSTITUT, 88 Olaf Breuning, 71 Glenn Brown, 75 Angela Bulloch, 66 Daniel Buren, 66 Andrea Büttner, 97 Sophie Calle, 36 Valentin Carron, 93 Maurizio Cattelan, 59 Vija Celmins, 44 Marc Camille Chaimowicz, 96 Paul Chan, 88 Francesco Clemente, 9, 40/41 Chuck Close, 60 Abraham Cruzvillegas, 97 Enzo Cucchi, 1 John Currin, 65 Tacita Dean, 62 Jeremy Deller, 95 Thomas Demand, 62 Martin Disler, 3 Nathalie Djurberg, 90 Peter Doig, 67 Trisha Donnelly, 77 Marlene Dumas, 38 Jimmie Durham, 92 Nicole Eisenman, 91 Olafur Eliasson, 64 Tracey Emin, 63 Omer Fast, 99 Cao Fei, 99 Urs Fischer, 72, 94 Eric Fischl, 5 Peter Fischli / David Weiss, 17, 40/41 Sylvie Fleury, 58 Günther Förg, 26, 40/41 Robert Frank, 83 Tom Friedman, 64 Katharina Fritsch, 25, 87 Bernard Frize, 74 Cyprien Gaillard, 94 Ellen Gallagher, 73 Theaster Gates, 98 Isa Genzken, 69 Franz Gertsch, 28 Adrian Ghenie, 99 Gilbert & George, 14 Liam Gillick, 61 Robert Gober, 27 Nan Goldin, 57 Dominique Gonzalez- Foerster, 80 Felix Gonzalez-Torres, 39 Douglas Gordon, 49 Dan Graham, 68 Rodney Graham, 64 Katharina Grosse, 74 Mark Grotjahn, 80 Andreas Gursky, 44 Wade Guyton, 83 David Hammons, 31 Rachel Harrison, 82 Camille Henrot, 97 Thomas Hirschhorn, 57 Damien Hirst, 40/41 Carsten Höller, 77 Jenny Holzer, 40/41 Rebecca Horn, 13, 40/41 Roni Horn, 54 Gary Hume, 48 Pierre Huyghe, 66 Christian Jankowski, 81 Rashid Johnson, 90 Ilya Kabakov, 34 Anish Kapoor, 69 Alex Katz, 21, 72 Mike Kelley, 31 Ellsworth Kelly, 56 Annette Kelm, 87 William Kentridge, 63 Jon Kessler, 79 Karen Kilimnik, 52 Martin Kippenberger, 19 Lee Kit, 98 Ragnar Kjartansson, 94 Imi Knoebel, 32 Jeff Koons, 19, 50/51 Jannis Kounellis, 6 Yayoi Kusama, 59 Wolfgang Laib, 39 Maria Lassnig, 85 Zoe Leonard, 84 Sherrie Levine, 32 Liu Xiaodong, 91 Sarah Lucas, 45 Christian Marclay, 70 Brice Marden, 7 Helen Marten, 92 Paul McCarthy, 73 Josiah McElheny, 86 Lucy McKenzie, 76 Julie Mehretu, 76 Mario Merz, 15 Beatriz Milhazes, 85 Marilyn Minter, 79 Tracey Moffatt, 53 Mariko Mori, 54 Malcolm Morley, 52 Sarah Morris, 61 Juan Muñoz, 43 Jean-Luc Mylayne, 50/51, 85 Bruce Nauman, 10 Ernesto Neto, 78 Olaf Nicolai, 78 Cady Noland, 46 Albert Oehlen, 79 Paulina Olowska, 92 Meret Oppenheim, 4 Gabriel Orozco, 48 Damián Ortega, 92 Tony Oursler, 47 Laura Owens, 65 Jorge Pardo, 56 Philippe Parreno, 86 Mai-Thu Perret, 84 Raymond Pettibon, 47 Elizabeth Peyton, 53 Richard Phillips, 71 Sigmar Polke, 2, 30, 40/41 Richard Prince, 34, 72 R.H. Quaytman, 90 Michael Raedecker, 65 Markus Raetz, 8 Charles Ray, 37 Jason Rhoades, 58 Gerhard Richter, 35 Bridget Riley, 61 Pipilotti Rist, 48, 71 Matthew Ritchie, 61 Tim Rollins & K.O.S., 20 Ugo Rondinone, 52 Pamela Rosenkranz, 96 James Rosenquist, 58 Susan Rothenberg, 43 Mika Rottenberg, 98 Thomas Ruff, 28 Edward Ruscha, 18, 55 Anri Sala, 73 Wilhelm Sasnal, 70 Gregor Schneider, 63 Thomas Schütte, 47 Dana Schutz, 75 Richard Serra, 74 Shirana Shahbazi, 94 Wael Shawky, 95 Cindy Sherman, 29 Dayanita Singh, 95 Roman Signer, 45 Andreas Slominski, 55 Josh Smith, 85 Monika Sosnowska, 91 Frances Stark, 93 Hito Steyerl, 97 Rudolf Stingel, 77 Beat Streuli, 54 Thomas Struth, 50/51 Sturtevant, 88 Hiroshi Sugimoto, 46 Philip Taaffe, 26 Sam Taylor-Wood, 55 Diana Thater, 60 Wolfgang Tillmans, 53 Rirkrit Tiravanija, 44 Fred Tomaselli, 67 Rosemarie Trockel, 33, 95 Oscar Tuazon, 89 James Turrell, 25 Luc Tuymans, 60 Keith Tyson, 71 Adrian Villar Rojas, 93 Danh Vo, 93 Cosima von Bonin, 81 Charline von Heyl, 89 Kelley Walker, 87 Kara Walker, 59 Jeff Wall, 22, 49 Andy Warhol, 12 Rebecca Warren, 78 John Waters, 96 Gillian Wearing, 70 Lawrence Weiner, 42 Andro Wekua, 88 John Wesley, 62 Franz West, 37, 70 Rachel Whiteread, 42 Sue Williams, 50/51 Robert Wilson, 16 Christopher Wool, 33, 83 Cerith Wyn Evans, 87 Yang Fudong, 76 Haegue Yang, 89 Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, 99 Xu Zhen,

54 Artists List chronologically Volume 1 99, Cao Fei Omer Fast Adrian Ghenie Lynette Yiadom-Boakye 98 Ed Atkins Theaster Gates Lee Kit Mika Rottenberg 97 Andrea Büttner Abraham Cruzvillegas Camille Henrot Hito Steyerl 96 Marc Camille Chaimowicz Pamela Rosenkranz John Waters Xu Zhen 95 Jeremy Deller Wael Shawky Dayanita Singh Rosemarie Trockel 94 Tauba Auerbach Cyprien Gaillard Ragnar Kjartansson Shirana Shahbazi 93 Valentin Carron Frances Stark Adrian Vilar Rojas Danh Vo 92 Jimmie Durham Helen Marten Paulina Olowska Damián Ortega 91 Yto Barrada Nicole Eisenmann Liu Xiaodong Monika Sosnowska 90 El Anatsui Nathalie Djurberg Rashid Johnson R.H. Quaytman 89 Mark Bradford Charline von Heyl Oscar Tuazon Haegue Yang 88 Kerstin Brätsch Paul Chan Sturtevant Andro Wekua 87 Katharina Fritsch Annette Kelm Kelley Walker Cerith Wyn Evans 86 John Baldessari Carol Bove Josiah McElheny Philippe Parreno 85 Maria Lassnig Beatriz Milhazes Jean-Luc Mylayne Josh Smith 84 Tomma Abts Zoe Leonard Mai-Thu Perret 83 Robert Frank Wade Guyton Christopher Wool 82 Pawel Althamer Louise Bourgeois Rachel Harrison 81 Ai Weiwei Cosima von Bonin Christian Jankowski 80 Allora & Calzadilla D. Gonzalez-Foerster Mark Grotjahn 79 Albert Oehlen Jon Kessler Marilyn Minter 78 Ernesto Neto Olaf Nicolai Rebecca Warren 77 Trisha Donnelly Carsten Höller Rudolf Stingel 76 Lucy McKenzie Julie Mehretu Yang Fudong 75 Kai Althoff Glenn Brown Dana Schutz 74 Bernard Frize Katharina Grosse Richard Serra 73 Ellen Gallagher Paul McCarthy Anri Sala 72 Monica Bonvicini Urs Fischer Richard Prince 71 Olaf Breuning Richard Phillips Keith Tyson 70 Christian Marclay Wilhelm Sasnal Gillian Wearing 69 Francis Alÿs Isa Genzken Anish Kapoor 68 Franz Ackermann Eija-Liisa Ahtila Dan Graham 67 John Bock Peter Doig Fred Tomaselli 66 Angela Bulloch Daniel Buren Pierre Huyghe 65 John Currin Laura Owens Michael Raedecker 64 Olafur Eliasson Tom Friedman Rodney Graham 63 Tracey Emin William Kentridge Gregor Schneider 62 Tacita Dean Thomas Demand John Wesley 61 Liam Gillick Sarah Morris Bridget Riley Matthew Ritchie 60 Chuck Close Diana Thater Luc Tuymans 59 Maurizio Cattelan Yayoi Kusama Kara Walker 58 Sylvie Fleury Jason Rhoades James Rosenquist 57 Doug Aitken Nan Goldin Thomas Hirschhorn 56 Vanessa Beecroft Ellsworth Kelly Jorge Pardo 55 Edward Ruscha Andreas Slominski Sam Taylor-Wood 54 Roni Horn Mariko Mori Beat Streuli 53 Tracey Moffatt Elizabeth Peyton Wolfgang Tillmans 52 Karen Kilimnik Malcolm Morley Ugo Rondinone 50/51 John Armleder Jeff Koons Jean-Luc Mylayne Thomas Struth Sue Williams 49 Laurie Anderson Douglas Gordon Jeff Wall 48 Gary Hume Gabriel Orozco Pipilotti Rist 47 Tony Oursler Raymond Pettibon Thomas Schütte 46 Richard Artschwager Cady Noland Hiroshi Sugimoto 45 Matthew Barney Sarah Lucas Roman Signer 44 Vija Celmins Andreas Gursky Rirkrit Tiravanija 43 Juan Muñoz Susan Rothenberg 42 Lawrence Weiner Rachel Whiteread 40 /41Francesco Clemente Fischli/Weiss Günther Förg Damien Hirst Jenny Holzer Rebecca Horn Sigmar Polke 39 Felix Gonzalez-Torres Wolfgang Laib 38 Ross Bleckner Marlene Dumas 37 Charles Ray Franz West 36 Stephan Balkenhol Sophie Calle 35 Gerhard Richter 34 Ilya Kabakov Richard Prince 33 Rosemarie Trockel Christopher Wool 32 Imi Knoebel Sherrie Levine 31 David Hammons Mike Kelley 30 Sigmar Polke 29 John Baldessari Cindy Sherman 28 Franz Gertsch Thomas Ruff 27 Louise Bourgeois Robert Gober 26 Günther Förg Philip Taaffe 25 Katharina Fritsch James Turrell 24 Alighiero e Boetti 23 Richard Artschwager 22 Christian Boltanski Jeff Wall 21 Alex Katz 20 Tim Rollins + K.O.S. 19 Martin Kippenberger Jeff Koons 18 Ed Ruscha 17 Fischli/Weiss 16 Robert Wilson 15 Mario Merz 14 Gilbert & George 13 Rebecca Horn 12 Andy Warhol 11 Georg Baselitz 10 Bruce Nauman 9 Francesco Clemente 8 Markus Raetz 7 Brice Marden 6 Jannis Kounellis 5 Eric Fischl 4 Meret Oppenheim 3 Martin Disler 2 Sigmar Polke 1 Enzo Cucchi