DE APPEL (Stichting De Appel)

BULLETIN

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Collection of ALL Bulletins published between 1981-1990 complete set . Edited by Josine v DROFFELAAR, Wies SMALS, (later Edna van Duyn, later Saskia BOS). Amsterdam, (Stichting De Appel: Years 1981-1989/90 no. 1 (The issue of 1988 no. 1 was never published) . Publication ended in 1990.

Comprises::1981 (no1, 2, 3-4), 1982 (no1,2,3,4), 1983 (no1,2,3-4), 1984 (1,2,3,4), 1985 (1,2,3-4), 1986 (no1,2), 1987 (no1,2), 1988 (1,2), 1989/90 (1,2). Together 25 issues De Appel Bulletin - 1981 No 1 – juni 22 pp, 29,5 x 21 cm, plus loose sheet Agar, Astric in Art. Contents: Stephen Soreff, The Future of the Television 1991, Ulises Carrion, Gossip, Scandal and Good Manners, T. Lehman, Rhizoom, James Lee Byars, Morgan Thomas (FAR), Beyond Survival, Zespot T, Jurgen Partenheimer, Harrie de Kroon, Silvia Steiger, Radio Art of Willem de Ridder, The Walk De Appel Bulletin - 1981 No 2 – September 26 pp, 29,5 x 21 cm, plus large fold-out poster (5 x A4). Contents: Hooykaas/Stansfield, Willem de Ridder, The Walk, Hans-Thies Ridder, Rhizom und Maschine, the ‘’Pop- Phylosophy’’ from Deleuze and Guattari. Frank Gribling, Art for the millions, Ron Haselden, The Thames Project, Ulises Carrion Gossip, Scandal and Good Manners, Rob Huisman, Silvia Steiger Project in the dunes, Madelon Hooykaas/ Elsa Stansfield, photoreport by Marijke Mooy and Andre Minnaar De Appel Bulletin - 1981 No 3/4 november 26 pp, 29,5 x 21 cm, plus loose insert agenda / order form publication Ron Haselden. Contents: Harm van de Wal, Larry Miller, Akkoord, Ron Haselden, Thames Project, Maria Nordman, Sef Peeters, Six Operafragments, Willem de Ridder The Walk , Johan Cornelissen, Azoren , Harm van de Wal, Hans-Thies Lehmann, Rhizoom and Machine, Hans Koetsier, Frank Gribling, Art for Millions, Barbara Bloom De Appel Bulletin - 1982 No 1 32 pp, 30 x 21 cm, loose inserts poster (2 x A4) Silvia Steiger and agenda/ orderform. Contents: The Five Senses, Guy Rombouts, Ron Haselden Publication The Thames Project, Hetty Huisman From Void to Void to Void, Teun Hocks, David Garcia / Ann Wright, Accord, Larry Miller, Maria Nordman. Supplement: Silvia Steiger Walk over 11 Dunes Castricum 1982, Larry Miller Keychord record. De Appel Bulletin - 1982 No 2 38 pp, 30 x 21 cm, Guy Rombouts’ photo report of The Five Senses, Hetty Huisman lecture From Void to Void To Void to Void, in De Koer, Amsterdam. Krijn Giezen artist contribution, Hans Koetsier De Appel Bulletin - 1982 No 3 - Foreign Edition 38 pp, 30 x 21 cm. Contents: Letters to the editor 5 TV commercials, Susan Davis On tour, Teun Hocks From the serie of friends and acquaintances, Johan Cornelissen Journey along the equator in 12 months, Cardena Somos Libres!?. Nightowls Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, Martin Ive-Morris Minamoto’s kamerakaze, Barbara Kruger, John Liggins four photo pieces from an exhibition at Galerie A, Nikolaus Urban. De Appel Bulletin - 1982 No 4 - Real = Real 36 pp, 30 x 21 cm, 36 pp. Contents: Jerry Mander Four Arguments for the elimination of television, Teun Hocks artist contribution, John Kormeling, Ton Zwerver, Dick Raaymakers talks to Josine van Droffelaar, Lon de Vries Robbé artist contribution, Johan Cornelissen, a journey along the equator (III). Signalized: City Thoughts, Wink van Kempen artist contribution, Raul Marroquin Waiters, Waitresses, Chiefs de cuisine, Shop Attendants and Deliverers of Amsterdam artist contribution, Plowmans Lunch Lawrence Weiner interview by Michael Gibbs and review of the film by Saskia Bos. Announcement of the establishment of a new organization The Federation of video artists De Appel Bulletin - 1983 No 1 – International 34 pp, 30 x 22,5 cm. Contents: Thom Puckey, John Kormeling, Hans Koetsier, Barbara Kruger, Guy Rombouts, Martha Hawley, Marco Bagnoli, Dolmen, Godel_Raimund Kummer, Hermann Pitz, Peter Mertens De Appel Bulletin - 1983 No 2 – Collections 35 pp, 30 x 22,5 cm. Contents: Sabrina Kamstra, Aart van Barneveld , Uwe F.Laysiepen, Marina Abramovic, Annie Wright, Tom Puckey Five houses/ Five cities, Christiaan Bastiaans, Hetty Huisman and John Kormeling, Constance de Jong, Lily van Ginneken Artists initiatives. De Appel Bulletin - 1983 No 3-4 52 pp, 30 x 22,5 cm. Contents: In Memoriam Wies Smals, Josine van Droffelaar, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Martin Barkhuis, Hendrik Smals, Project De Appel, Silvia Steiger Erdzeichen im dunenlande bei Castricum, Tom Puckey Five Houses, Felix Hess Croaking and Chirping, Johan Cornelissen Journey along the equator, Nikolaus Urban Principle and material force song for elephants, Dorit Cypis Still Cinema, Bert Mebius Jan Nederveen, Lily van Ginneken Artists initiatives. Special cover by Barbara Bloom, small square of gold and silver offering paper pasted on front and back of the issue De Appel Bulletin - 1984 No 1 June 31 pp, 28 x 22 cm. Contents: Jole de Sanna Artist house, Saskia Bos Rules for art, Dick Raaymakers artist page, Paul Hefting The impossible formula, Silvia Steiger Signs found in a landscape, Martha Hawley Anti-semantikos and the bourgeoisie, Barbara Bloom Collections, Gerlof Lijstra, Nico Vliet Billboards Nederland, De Zaak artist page, S.C. McFarlane on the tracks of Ulises Carrion, Sabrina Kamstra selection from the documentation centre De Appel Bulletin - 1984 No 2 October 35 pp, 28 x 22 cm. Contents: Ulises Carrion, Robert O’Brien Irene Fortuyn Artist page, Pierre Solie Fysica and Alchemie, Pieter Laurens Mol Artist page, Bruno Cora, Marco Bagnoli, Martha Hawley, Max Bruinsma , Sabrina Kamstra, Wiliam Levy The New Orality, Sabrina Kamstra Magazines De Appel Bulletin - 1984 No 3 audio tape Audio tape production Stichting de Appel Amsterdam 1984, in cardboard box 15,5 x 11,5 x 2,2 cm with address sticker of former owner Lidewijn Reckman. Cover of cassette coloured print, intro text by Sabrina Kamstra. Audio cassette with work by 17 artists. Side A : Cornelissen, Gottlieb& van Manen, Zegveld, Raaymakers, Miller, Tarlo, Stahl, Summers. Side B: Brewster, de Kroon, Gordon, Brisley, Lingg, Toebosch, Scha. Bulletins De Appel – 1984 No 4 newspaper De Optocht January 1985 24 pp, 61 x 44,5 cm. Large newspaper format publication dedicated to artists’ spaces in The Netherlands, edition of 2000. Editors Saskia Bos, Edna van Duyn, design Anthon Beeke, Hans van der Kooi. Contributions Max Bruinsma, Marieke van Giersbergen, Lily van Ginneken, Riet de Leeuw, Rob Perree, Christien van Stralen ao. De Appel Bulletin - 1985 No 1 35 pp, 28 x 22 cm. Contents: Saskia Bos Projects, Louwrien Wijers The muse of General Idea, Johan Cornelissen Point of view, an installation by Nan Hoover, Michel Waisvisz A design for an electro-mechanical communication object directed at space, Interview with Joan Jonas, Michael Gibbs, Sabrina Kamstra Magazines. De Appel Bulletin - 1985 No 2 35 pp, 28 x 22 cm, Saskia Bos Projects, Janneke Wesseling, Madelon Hooykaas and Elsa Stansfield, Christiaan Bastiaans, Edna van Duyn, films of Rebecca Horn, Sabrina Kamstra interview with Florian Kleinefenn and Fritz Rahmann, Jeffrey Shaw, Dirk Groeneveld, Saskia Bos, Lawrence Weiner, Bart Lootsma, Peter Zegveld. De Appel Bulletin - 1985 No 3 – 4 Folded portfolio/envelope 20,5 x 11,5 cm, containing one microfiche (11 x 15 cm) in separate envelope with images/text regarding Talking Back to the Media November 1985, with General Idea, John Baldessari, Barbara Kruger, Hans Haacke. Also containing set of 9 postcards by Hooykaas/Stansfield, Guillaume Bijl, Barbara Kruger, John Baldessari, Barbara Bloom, Ulay & Abramovic (all size 15 x 10,7 cm), Marco Bagnoli, Niek Kemps, Flavio Pons (all size 20 x 10,5 cm) De Appel Bulletin - 1986 No 1 35 pp, 28 x 22 cm. Contents: Reminiscences of De Appel 1975-1980 Antje von Graevenitz, The museum as a décor Wim T Schippers, Guillaume Bijl, Barbara Bloom, Floris Guntenaar, Joan Jonas, Tineke Reijnders, Christiaan Bastiaans, Pieter Heynen, John Blake De Appel Bulletin - 1986 No 2 Hans Koetsier: China-Japan, Japan-China project. 32 pp, 23 x 29 cm, loose sheets in cover, English, Chinese and Japanese. De Appel Bulletin - 1987 No 1 38 pp, 28 x 22 cm. Contents: John Blake, Edna van Duyn, Nan Hoover, Louwrien Wijers, Sophie Calle, Saskia Bos, Toine Horvers, Piet de Jonge, Rambo of/or Rimbaud Albert van der Weide, Artist Pages Jan van de Pavert, Relly Tarlo/ Jacoba Bedaux, Gert Meijerink, Herman Lamers, Charlie Hooker, Onno Stokvis, Huub Cox, Gabrielle Nederend, Artist contribution Annie Wright, Luigi Stoisa. De Appel Bulletin - 1987 No 2 31 pp, 28 x 22 cm. Contents: The Mirror Zone Dan Graham Saskia Bos, Cinema object Dennis Adams, Tony Brown, Rodney Graham_Lectures on Sculpture Kasper Koenig, Richard Deacon, Edna van Duyn, Jeff Wall, Edna van Duyn The remake of the real Robert Nickas, Video work Genzken, Daniels, Iglesias, Van Snick on Hilde Daem and Paul Robbrecht, Installations by Jan van de Pavert and Mirjam de Zeeuw, Artist page Louise Lawler, Kirsten Algera about Jan van Oost, Michel Kuipers and Saskia Bos on Hermann Pitz. De Appel Bulletin - 1988 No 1 May, Nightfire 31 pp, 15 x 21 cm, Editor Edna van Duyn. Cataloque of exhibition Nightfire at De Appel 20 12 1987- 31 01 1988. Artists: Ulay, Vito Acconci, Tom Puckey, Marcel Odenbach, Charlemagne Palestine, Joan Jonas, General Idea, Louise Lawler, Marina Abramovic, Ulrike Rosenbach, Christiaan Bastiaans, James Lee Byars, Hermann Pitz, Rémy Zaugg, Thomas Schütte, Niek Kemps, Marlene Dumas, Lili Dujourie, René Daniëls, Pieter Laurens Mol, Nikolaus Urban, Lawrence Weiner, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Gerhard Merz, Cristina Iglesias, Marco Bagnoli, Jürgen Partenheimer, Maria Nordman, Rebecca Horn, Luciano Fabro, Robert O'Brien / Irene Fortuyn, Jenny Holzer, John Baldessari, Alain Séchas, Jeff Wall, Dennis Adams, Giovanni Anselmo, Bernard Bazile, Christian Boltanski, James Casebere, Leo Copers, Ger van Elk, De Vier Evangelisten, Fischli / Weiss, Katharina Fritsch, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, J.C.J. van der Heyden, Joseph Kosuth, Jannis Kounelis, Bertrand Lavier, Ken Lum, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Juan Munoz, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Ettore Spalletti, Dan Graham, Barbara Bloom De Appel Bulletin - 1988 No 2 34 pp, 28 x 22 cm. Contents Lili Dujourie by Stuart Morgan, Ludger Gerdes interview by Rainer Crone, Scott Burton by Edna van Duyn, Kirsten Algera Painting, Ernst Bulatov by Annelie Pohlen, Dennis Adams by Edna van Duyn, Jerome Sans, Simon Linke by Andre Minnaar De Appel Bulletin - 1989 No 1 35 pp, 28 x 22 cm. Contents: Sylvie Blocher by Edna van Duyn, Allan McCollum, A mixed blessing Lectures on Kunsthallen by Edna van Duyn, K. Fritsch, M.Honert, T.Ruff by R.Muller, Komar & Melamid, R.Kummer by Edna van Duyn. De Appel Bulletin - 1989/1990 No 2 34 pp, 28 x 22 cm, Performing Poet Thomas Schutte bye Mathilde Roskam, Ettore spalletti by Marianne Brouwer, Topics on Atopy by Saskia Bos, Ilya Kabakov by B van der Sande, Swinging in the pre-image space by Q.S. Serafijn, Ernst Mitzka by M.Gibbs. -------------------------- Various De Appel Barbara Bloom, memorial edition Present/ Absent, 1993 € 150 Aluminum tag ( 6,7 x 4,5 cm) with on one side the inscription ‘present’ and on the other side ‘absent’. Printed card with memorial text, description of the work in the original envelope in which it was send. (to Lidewij Reckman) Barbara Bloom commemorated the founder and director of de Appel, Wies Smals, who died in an accident in a private plane in 1983. Saskia Bos, the director who succeeded Wies Smals, invited Barbara Bloom in 1993 to make this memorial piece for Wies Smals and the other passengers. Bloom found this tag in an airport for private planes. The pilots used it to indicate whether they were present or absent. Edition unknown. Body Art and Performance in de Appel, €40 Published by Amsterdamse Kunstraad 1978, Walter Barten, Peter Brunsmann, Antje von Graevenitz, Frans Haks, Rob Huisman, Rob van Tour, design Bart Boumans, 116 pp