Cady Noland
Published by Cady Noland, Rhea Anastas, and Robert Snowden, New York, 2021, Vol. 1. 290 pp. (colour & b/w ill.), 21.6 × 28 cm, English; Vol. 2. 306 pp. (colour & b/w ill.), 21.6 × 28 cm, English
Price: €90

A two-volume book edited by Cady Noland and Rhea Anastas, THE CLIP-ON METHOD contains writing by Cady Noland, sociological essays selected by the artist, and a considerable amount of exhibition photography from the 1980s to the present. Designed by Cady Noland. Typesetting, layout, and print production by Will Holder.

#2021 #cadynoland #rheaanastas #robertsnowden
Status of Sculpture
Published by Espace lyonnais d'art contemporain, Lyon, 1990, 128 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 20.7 × 30.7 cm, French / English
Price: €38 (Out of stock)

Produced on the occasion of the exhibition Status of Sculpture, curated by Bernard Brunon at Espace lyonnais d’art contemporain, 1990. Including the artists Jennifer Bolande, Robert Gober, Tishan Hsu, Jon Kessler, Christian Marclay, Patty Martori, Cady Noland, Laurie Parsons, Nancy Shaver, and Dustin Shuler.

*Please note this publication is secondhand and has some traces of previous ownership.

#1990 #cadynoland #laurieparsons #nancyshaver #robertgober #tishanhsu
No, Not That One It's Not A Chair
Published by Galerie 1900 2000, Paris, 2000, 75 pages, spiral-bound (colour & b/w ill.), 16.2 × 11 cm, French / English
Price: €12

Produced on the occasion of the exhibition No, Not That One It’s Not A Chair at Galerie 1900 2000, Paris, 1 January, 2000.

Curated by Elein Fleiss and featuring John M. Armleder, Richard Artschwager, Alan Belcher, Guillaume Bill, Marie Bourget, Philippe Cazal, Bill Culbert, Nancy Dwyer, Rainer Ganahl, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Thomas Grünfeld, Edward Kienholz, Bertrand Lavier, Louise Lawler, Ken Lum, Cady Noland, Jean-Luc Vilmouth.

*Please note this publication is secondhand and has some traces of previous ownership.

#2000 #bertrandlavier #cadynoland #dominiquegonzalezfoerster #edwardkienholz #eleinfleiss #johnarmleder #louiselawler #richardartschwager
Bruce Hainley
Published by Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis, 2003, 32 pages (colour & b/w ill.), 16.5 × 22.8 cm, English
Price: €13 (Out of stock)

Taking its title from the Elaine May’s 1987 film Ishtar, this group exhibition curated by Los Angeles-based critic Bruce Hainley touches on many of the same interests and dichotomies: a comedy that is political and analytical at the same time; an abstraction but also a representation; and a cultural production outside of much discourse. The catalogue traces the attempt to create an informed dialogue for artwork that evades easy classifications and readymade discussions of abstraction vs. representation. Featured artists include: Brian Calvin, Samara Caughey, Lecia Dole-Recio, Trisha Donnelly, Vincent Fecteau, Richard Hawkins, Larry Johnson, Patrick Hill, Cady Noland, Sturtevant.

#2003 #brucehainley #cadynoland #larryjohnson #richardhawkins #sturtevant #trishadonnelly #vincentfecteau
Picpus Issue No. 21
Published by Picpus Press, London, 2019, folded poster, (colour & b/w ill.), 10.5 × 15 cm (folded) 42 × 60 cm (unfolded), English
Price: €0.00

An A6 arts quarterly, distributed free in book shops and art galleries globally.

  • Cover: Camille Paglia photographed by Heji Shin
  • Hell Ain’t a Bad Place to be by Charles Asprey
  • Camille Paglia On Alcohol and the National Minimum Drinking Age Act
  • Camille Paglia On Kenneth Clark’s The Nude (1956)
  • Daniel Pflumm: Hallo TV
  • The Figures of Ain Ghazal
  • Sacha Craddock on Alberto Savinio
  • Arabic Typography: Lara Assouad’s Alphabet
  • Alfred Kubin at The Lenbachhaus, Munich
  • Cady Noland: An everyday hardware of brutality. As told by Kirsty Bell
  • Picpus flea logo: Christian Flamm
#2019 #cadynoland #camillepaglia #danielpflumm #hejishin #kirstybell #picpuspress
Tell Them I Said No
Martin Herbert
Published by Sternberg Press, Berlin, 2016, 128 pages (b/w ill.), 12.8 × 19.7 cm, English
Price: €18 (Out of stock)

This collection of essays by Martin Herbert considers various artists who have withdrawn from the art world or adopted an antagonistic position toward its mechanisms. A large part of the artist’s role in today’s professionalized art system is being present. Providing a counterargument to this concept of self-marketing, Herbert examines the nature of retreat, whether in protest, as a deliberate conceptual act, or out of necessity. By illuminating these motives, Tell Them I Said No offers a unique perspective on where and how the needs of the artist and the needs of the art world diverge. Essays on Lutz Bacher, Stanley Brouwn, Christopher D’Arcangelo, Trisha Donnelly, David Hammons, Agnes Martin, Cady Noland, Laurie Parsons, Charlotte Posenenske, and Albert York.

#2016 #agnesmartin #cadynoland #charlotteposenenske #christopherdarcangelo #davidhammons #laurieparsons #lutzbacher #martinherbert #stanleybrouwn #sternbergpress #trishadonnelly