Andrea Büttner, Luna Park Ostia. Color silkscreen print, 39,7 x 59,4 cm.
Edition: 200 copies, numbered and signed € 120,--

Besides in drawing and film, the German artist primarily works with printing techniques like woodcut and silkscreen. For
dOCUMENTA (13) editions, she chose an image from her video work Ostia’s Little Sisters (2012). The detail of an artificial light palm tree is exposed in front of a bright blue sky.

Andrea Büttner, born 1972 in Stuttgart, lives in London and Frankfurt am Main.

Clemens von Wedemeyer, Breitenau. Color photograph, 25 x 37,2 cm.
Edition: 20 copies, numbered and signed € 240,--

The photograph shows the set of the film Rushes (2012), presented at the Kassel Hauptbahnhof. The film is a time travel through three centuries in three acts that deals with notions of imprisonment and liberation. The film is set in in the former monastery of Breitenau near Kassel—a place that had been transformed into a prison, then, under the NS regime, into a concentration and work camp, and later served as a girls’ reformatory.

Clemens von Wedemeyer, born 1974 in Göttingen, lives in Berlin.

Lawrence Weiner, A SIMPLE VECTOR. Color silkscreen print on hand-made paper 250 g/qm.
Edition: 200 copies € 28,--
100 copies numbered and signed € 180,--

A marvelous variation of Weiner’s work for the Rotunda in the Fridericianum – traditionally, the heart of every documenta.

Lawrence Weiner, born 1942 in the Bronx, New York, lives in New York and Los Angeles.

Francis Alÿs, Untitled. Color photograph, 14 x 16 cm.
Edition: 20 copies, numbered and signed, edition stamp on the lower edge € 280,--

The photograph is part of his installation in a formr bakery on Friedrichstraße 28 in Kassel. Alÿs’ film REEL–UNREEL (2011) for dOCUMENTA (13) is accompanied by pstcard-sizedstudies on paper and canvas. Here he explores the experience of artists between the fronts of armed conflict.

Francis Alÿs, born 1959 in Antwerp, lives in Mexico City.

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