Nos. 1-24 ( all published 1977-1988)- . Staplebound grey card wraps, 25 x 21 cm, ca. 40 pp. each. Signature design by Joost van Toorn which includes a mounted label on the cover doubling as mailing sticker. Most copies are unmailed, except for No.19 and 22 (addressed to Frans Halsmuseum), No.20 (Benno Premsela) and No.23 (Wim Beeren, Stedelijk Museum). . Most copies with some discolouration along spine, else very good.

EUR 1,400.00

- Rare complete set of the richly ill. journal published by the Visual Arts Office for Abroad, Amsterdam. Edited by Geert van Beijeren, Frans Haks, Gijs van Tuyl et al. Text in English.
The journal features upcoming and prominent artists in the Dutch art and architecture scene. Highlighted artists include Ger van Elk, Ulay/Abramovic, Marlene Dumas, Rem Koolhaas et al. The No.1 issue is much sought
after as it contains an extensive article on Stanley Brouwn, ‘The artist as a pedestrian’, by Antje von Graevenitz.
Dutch art + architecture today.
Netherlands. Ministerie van Cultuur, Recreatie en Maatschappelijk Werk.
Netherlands. Rijksdienst Beeldende Kunst. Internationale Afdeling.
Netherlands. Bureau Beeldende Kunst Buitenland.
Amsterdam, Netherlands Ministry for Cultural Affairs, Recreation and Social Welfare
1-24; June 1977-Dec. '88.
1977 - 1988

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