Revolver Verlag, Berlin

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Lucy Mckenzie
Brian Eno

Long out of print Lucy McKenzie box set from 2003, produced in an edition of 700 copies.

This boxed set was published on the occasion of Lucy McKenzie’s first solo exhibition in a public institution. Informed by her recent roles of curator and public mural painter, McKenzie approaches the subjects of social and historical engagement. The name Brian Eno conjures up many connotations, and can be read as an emblem of sorts for dialogues around avant garde ideas, and an assimilation of these ideas into mainstream culture.

Brian Eno employs this reference to the musician and producer as a further dimension of the overall flat literalism employed by the visual elements of which it is constituted. Wilfully intended to be so, the mural installation, neon and drawings turned into posters and a paper model of the exhibition within this boxed publication, have their amateur “cottage industry” quality accentuated by their proximity to the professional, international intellectualism associated with Brian Eno.

Lucy McKenzie is a Scottish artist, based in Brussels. She is represented by Galerie Daniel Buchholz, Cologne; Cabinet, London and Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Brussels.

English and German text.

*Condition: Very good – only light wear and bumping to box. All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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Thomas Bayrle


Hard to find, out of print German publication by Sabine Schulze and Revolver Books to accompany the exhibition of Thomas Bayrle from October 2002 – January 2003, at the Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main.

Lavishly illustrated with examples of Bayrle’s work accompanied by texts from Sabine Schulze, Daniel Birnbaum and Udo Kittelmann.

Thomas Bayrle, born in 1937, is a contemporary of Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke, and his work, like theirs, falls somewhere between Pop Art and Conceptualism. He is known for taking a wry look at late capitalist society and the role that the media plays in its machinations.

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Jason Dodge
Jason Dodge

Through objects, images, and texts, Jason Dodge skillfully combines the fictive and the real, inviting us into a world of interrupted and elusive narratives. In each of his carefully executed installations, a distant locale or notable event is evoked along with characters both real and imagined. Each work seems to suggest a larger enigmatic story, leading ultimately to a narrative of our invention, sparked by Dodge’s compelling objects.

Villa Arson, Nizza (6 Nov. 2004 – 6 Feb. 2005), Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA (4 June – 25 Sept. 2005); with an essay by Irene Hofmann and an interview with Jason Dodge by Kristin Chambers

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