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New Book out now!
Astrid Mania and Thomas Fischer are happy to announce the book launch for „A Mental Masquerade“. Please join us to celebrate on 8 July at Café Bravo.
Monday, 8 July 2019, 7-9 pm
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
„A Mental Masquerade“ gathers work by art critic Mary Josephson, most of it written between 1971 and 1973.
Mary Josephson does not exist. She is one of the many alter egos of notorious artist and theorist Brian O’Doherty, looking to liberate himself from the intellectual constraints of malehood and the social constraints of the art world. Josephson was a brilliant observer, a witty and fearless writer. Her reviews shed a light on New York’s art scene in 1970s.
Brian O’Doherty: „Mary’s birth was a matter of utmost seriousness for me, and not a game or mere playfulness. Impersonations have an urgency and an esthetic, which brings one into issues of masking and the mask. I want to avoid pretentiousness here; the motive force is ultimately the familiar oddity of oneself as „the other“, a stage which I believe is very common in any reasonably sensitive person’s life. Astrid Mania shows amazing insight into the implications – gender and otherwise – of Mary’s strange but quite convincing presence. Mary still has a role in my inner life, fidgeting around restlessly in a remote zone where one’s gender is more or less fluid, a sweet trace of one’s uncertain adolescent self.“
A Mental Masquerade
When Brian O’Doherty was a female art critic: Mary Josephson’s collected writings
Edited by Thomas Fischer & Astrid Mania
Published by Spector Books
Designer: Saira Hussain, Julia Guther, Studio Workshop
This publication was made possible with the support of the Schuermann Foundation.
The exhibition “Stance & Fall. A Wavering World” at Martha Herford features works
by Sebastian Stumpf. The exhibition can be seen until 6 October 2019. Further information.
Museum Villa Stuck will be presenting an installation with slide projections by Seiichi Furuya including works from his series „Mémoires“ in the exhibition „Von Ferne. Bilder zur DDR“.
The exhibition can be seen until 15 September 2019. Further information.
Irmel Kamp’s works are currently on display at Düsseldorf’s Haus der Architekten. Irmel Kamp will present a selection from her most substantial body of work: “Modern Architecture in Tel-Aviv 1930–1939,” realized by Kamp between 1987 and 1993, and several works made last year when she returned to the city. Further information.
The exhibition “Visions of Modernism Today” at Museum für Photographie Braunschweig features works by Irmel Kamp. The exhibition can be seen until 30 June 2019. Further information.
Berlinische Galerie will be presenting three video projections by Sebastian Stumpf in IBB Videoraum from 6 February to 4 March 2019. Further information.
The Fort Worth Modern Art Museum will be presenting Dirk Braeckman in a solo exhibition from 26 January to 17 March 2019. Further information.
Irmel Kamp revised her extensive series on Tel Aviv’s modern architecture from the 1920s and 30s. Departing from the original series from 1988 the artist visited Tel Aviv for one month to document the same architecture thirty years later. In an interview by WDR, Irmel Kamp elaborates on the remake of the series, following the artist through Tel Aviv. Watch the full-length video here.
For his exhibition „STILL“ at the Mies van der Rohe Haus Sebastian Stumpf has realized a new site-specific video projection. The show can be seen from 30 September to 16 December 2018. The opening reception will be held on Sunday, 30 September 2018, at 2pm. Further information.
The exhibition „Shifting Perspectives“ at the Center for Art and Urban Space Schloss Biesdorf features works by Seiichi Furuya. The show can be seen from 21 October 2017 to 8 April 2018. The opening reception will be held on Friday, 20 October 2017, 7 pm. Further information.
The „Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie“ features works by Dirk Braeckman and Sebastian Stumpf. Entitled „Farewell Photography“, several exhibitions in Mannheim, Ludwigshafen and Heidelberg will address the major upheavals and changes in contemporary image culture. Further information.
Kantine am Berghain, 8-10 September 2017
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“Good to talk – 46 hours in conversation” is a program of talks and other word-based formats on art. For 46 hours non-stop, “Good to talk” will explore the spoken word in a variety of modes of expression, soliloquy or argument, spoken or sung, informative or performative. Talks, lectures, and panel discussions will be complemented by performances, musical acts, and the occasional dance or audience participation session. Initiated by a group of Berlin-based galleries, the program will address current issues in art and bring together international art-world dwellers with politicians, scientists, and art-world outsiders to facilitate unusual encounters, surprising perspectives, and fresh food for thought. The nonstop and varied program agenda invites visitors to come and go at any given time and stay as long as they please. Further information.
The exhibition „Ungestalt“ at Kunsthalle Basel features works by Joachim Bandau from the 1960s and 1970s. The show can be seen from 19 May to 13 August 2017. Further information.
Dirk Braeckman’s exhibition for the Belgian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale can be seen from 13 May to 11 November 2017. Further information.
Sebastian Stumpf photographed the Thomas Mann House following his fellowship at Villa Aurora, Pacific Palisades, California. The house was designed for Thomas Mann by Julius Ralph Davidson in 1941. He lived there with his family during his American exile from 1942 to 1952. The pictures were taken in January 2017, a few weeks after the purchase of the property by the Federal Republic of Germany.
The portfolio „Seven Palms“ contains 12 photographs and a reproduction of a text from the estate of the architect Julius Ralph Davidson.
Seiichi Furuya’s Dresden photographs from 1984 are a most unlikely document — a view of daily life in the latter days of the GDR recorded by a Japanese photographer. Furuya came to Dresden as an interpreter for a Japanese construction company. His pictures are private – a young family in an intimate setting, their deep-seated anxieties and moments of happiness — and it is more in passing that he records everyday life and society. His view from the outside, a stranger’s way of seeing things, has no equivalent in the art photography of the GDR. In 2015 an exhibition project brought Furuya back to Dresden, where he took a series of new pictures: photographs of familiar places, onto which capitalist life has now inscribed itself, thirty years on, and of the Pegida demonstrations that have completely transformed the image of the city.
„Why Dresden“ was designed by Helmut Völter and published by Spector Books, Leipzig, with a text by Manfred Wiemer. The book has been reviewed by Silke Hohmann for Monopol magazine (02/2017). Read more.
A book presentation will be held on 12 April 2017 at Kunsthaus Dresden at 7pm. Seiichi Furuya will be present. Further information.
Margrét H. Blöndal’s work is on view until 7 May 2017 in the exhibition „Entangled: Threads & Making“ at the Turner Contemporary Gallery in Margate. Further information.
The Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach-Foundation has chosen Sebastian Stumpf as the 2016 recipient of its renowned prize for Contemporary German Photography 2016. Further information.
The current show of works by Joachim Bandau has been reviewed by Louisa Elderton for Flash Art International. Read more here.
Book launch and exhibition, Friday 28 October 2016, 19h
„The Preparator“, a collaboration between Kasper Andreasen and Louis Lüthi, takes as its starting point the painter Alexander Cozens’ publication „A New Method of Assisting the Invention in Drawing Original Compositions of Landscape“ (1785). Set one morning in an empty gallery and told from the point of view of a man who installs exhibitions for a living, „The Preparator“ combines text and image in a series of compact, associative tableaus, each revolving around a landscape: a title page, an eighteenth-century ink drawing, the network of cracks in a ceiling, a walk along the Rhine, a satellite photograph, Thomas Bernhard holding forth in a private garden, and others (Roma Publications).
The book launch is accompanied by an exhibition by Kasper Andreasen in the gallery’s corridor through 3 December 2016. Further information.
The gallery will show works by Seiichi Furuya at viennacontemporary 2016. The presentation is part of Solo Expanded, a new section at the fair Curated by Abaseh MirvaliCurated by Abaseh Micurated by Abaseh Mirvali. Further information.
A special presentation of film and video works, curated by Olaf Stüber, features works by Cyrill Lachauer and Sebastian Stumpf. Further information.
22 – 25 September 2016
Marx Halle Vienna
Next year, Dirk Braeckman will represent Flanders at the 57th Venice Biennial. The exhibition in the pavilion will be curated by Eva Wittocx, General Coordinator of M-Museum Leuven. Further information.
The exhibition “Capital: Debt – Territory – Utopia“ revolves around Joseph Beuys’s pioneering work „The Capital Space 1970–1977“ and features the work „27.1/21.7/024/2014“ (2014) by Dirk Braeckman. The exhibition can be seen through 6 November 2016 at the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. Further information.
The exhibition „Forty“ at PS1 features one of Brian O’Doherty’s early rope drawings from 1976. The show can be seen through 29 August 2016. Further information.
The gallery will present works by Joachim Bandau, Margrét H. Blöndal and Marcel Frey at Art Brussels.
Brussels, 21 – 24 April 2016
Regionale 16 features works by Marcel Frey at the Kunstverein Freiburg and the Projektraum M54 in Basel.
The current show of works by Dirk Braeckman has been reviewed by Louisa Elderton for Artforum online. Read more here.
The exhibition can be seen until 30 January 2016. Winter break from 20 December 2015 to 8 January 2016.
The exhibition „Disegno – The art of drawing for the 21st century“, curated by Michael Hering, at the Kupferstich-Kabinett Dresden features Brian O’Doherty’s work „Duchamp Boxed“. The exhibition can be seen through 29 March 2016. Further information.
At the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin „A Few Free Years: From Absalon to Zobernig“ features two pieces from the same body of work. Further information.
Through 11 October 2015 works by Brian O’Doherty can be seen at S.M.A.K. in Ghent. S.M.A.K. selected several works form the 1960s and 70s of Brian O’Doherty for a cabinet exhibition. Further information.
The exhibition „Werkbetrachtung“ at the Kunstverein Gera features works by Sebastian Stumpf, VALIE EXPORT, Bruce Nauman and Florian Slotawa. The exhibition can be seen from 26 June to 29 August 2015. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, 25 June 2015, 7.30pm. Further information.
Bruch & Dallas presents a solo exhibition of Marcel Frey in Cologne. The exhibition can be seen from 20 June to 18 July 2015. The opening reception will be held on Friday, 19 June 2015 at 7pm. Further information.
Cyrill Lachauer is currently a fellow at Villa Aurora in Los Angeles. Further information.
On Saturday, 2 May the printed catalogue documenting Post-Studio Tales, published by Textem Verlag will be launched. The lauch will be hosted by Something Fantastic.
On view will be a wall drawing by Friedemann Heckel, and Something Fantastic’s Elena will be serving variations of Caipirinhas and Sake drinks. Further information.
Leipziger Straße 61, 10117 Berlin
2 May 2015, 5pm till late
The gallery shows works by Joachim Bandau, Laetitia Gendre and Sebastian Stumpf at Art Brussels, Booth 3A-21.
Brussels, 25 – 27 April 2015.
Cyrill Lachauer’s new book „Full Service“ documents his most recent work, in which he examines myths of the American West, Las Vegas and its promise of wealth and the Native American Ghost Dance movement.
Please join us to have a look at the book and to enjoy Cyrill’s Old Fashioned drink on Friday 13 March, 19h, at Galerie Thomas Fischer.
Joachim Bandau’s exhibition „Figures and Machines“ has been reviewed by Astrid Mania for Artforum, February 2015. More information.
Cyrill Lachauer is a new artist in the gallery’s program.
Born in 1979 he studied film at HFF Munich and cultural anthropology before studying at UDK Berlin with Lothar Baumgarten. Further information.
Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, now presents Cyrill Lachauer’s first museum’s exhibition, entitled „Full Service“. The opening reception will be held on Wednesday, 14 January 2015, 7pm. Further information.
For his solo exhibition Joachim Bandau will be offering a limited edition piece entitled „Kabinen-Mobil, Stehen (Arbeitssituation)“, 1973/2014.
Joachim Bandau presented his “Kabinen-Mobile“ in the “Utopian Design“ section of documenta 6 (1977). These wheeled objects moved independently, driven by windshield-wiper motors; their forms derived from abstractions of bodily postures like sitting, standing, or reclining. Bandau had developed these sheet-steel sculptures during a 1973 residency at Mercedes-Benz in Sindelfingen.
Kabinen-Mobil, Stehen (Arbeitssituation), 1973/2014
Fine art gallery print
signed and numbered
40 x 30 cm
Ed. 25 (+5AP)
– unframed –
€ 480,- (incl. Vat, excl. Shipping)
The group show 24/7 organized by Alex Bacon & Harrison Tenzer for Rail Curatorial Projects features works by Friedemann Heckel. The opening reception will be held on 3 December, 6-9pm at Monte Carlo, 6551 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Further information.
And please join the pre-release party of the Riot of Perfume Magazine on 4 December, 5-8pm, featuring a series of drawings by Friedemann Heckel. At Secret Sixteen Gallery, 25 SW 2nd Avenue, Miami. Further information.
The current magazine of the Federal Cultural Foundation features drawings by Laetitia Gendre. Each issue is dedicated to one artist’s work. Further information.
Marcus Woeller wrote on Joachim Bandau in „Welt am Sonntag“, 9 November 2014. Read more.
The exhibition „Puddle, pothole, portal“ at the Sculpture Center, New York features works by Joachim Bandau. The exhibition can be seen through 5 January 2015. Further information.
Le Bal presents the first major solo exhibition of Dirk Braeckman in France. The exhibition can be seen from 7 November 2014 to 4 January 2015. Further information.
Friedemann Heckel is part of a group of artists, architects, designers and filmmakers who some years ago came upon the idiosyncratic idea of building a chapel. In Fall 2014 the chapel will be completed and opened with a festival service. Further information.
Heidelberger Kunstverein presents the solo exhibition „Wo die Wahrheit liegt“ by Seiichi Furuya. The exhibition can be seen from 30 August to 2 November 2014. Along with the exhibition the book „Staatsgrenze“ has been published by Spector Books. Further information.
Between 1981 and 1983, the Japanese photographer Seiichi Furuya, based in Graz, took photographs at the Austrian border towards the former Eastern block nations. In contrast to the media attention devoted to the inner German border and the division of Berlin, Furuya was searching for images in the inconspicuous and at times even idyllic border territories to Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Czechoslovakia. His associations of places and stories form a valuable historical document, shaped by the interplay between the private and the political, between personal view and documentary distance. On occasion of his solo show at the Heidelberger Kunstverein in September 2014 this work will be published — 30 years after its creation — in the form of a book.
The exhibition „Knotted Extensions“ features works by Friedemann Heckel and can be see on 17 and 18 May at Basis Project Room in Frankfurt/Main.
Friedemann Heckel’s new book „You will find me if you want me in the garden“ features a series of ink drawings, texts by John Beeson and Daniel Falb and documentation of his recent three-dimensional work. For the presentation Friedemann Heckel created a site-specific wall drawing at the gallery’s office.
Friday 2 May 2014, 19h
The gallery shows works by Joachim Bandau, Seiichi Furuya and Friedemann Heckel at Art Brussels 2014.
25 – 27 April 2014
Brian O’Doherty’s new novel, titled „The Crossdresser’s Secret“ has been published by Sternberg Press. Further information.
The current German issue of Architectural Digest features Brian O’Doherty’s and Barbara Novak’s house in Todi, Italy. Further information.
And in Art in America Brian O’Doherty presents several new drawings based on visual codes and two pages from his current novel. Further information.
The exhibition „Buildering: Misbehaving the City“ curated by Steven Matijcio can be seen from 28 February until 18 August 2014 at the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio. More information.
P! and Simone Subal Gallery present a two-venue solo exhibition by Brian O’Doherty. Featuring a range of historical and contemporary work – from early text pieces, semantic sculptures, figurative and conceptual portraits, a new “rope drawing” installation, chess works, and a site-specific, live-streamed performance piece – the exhibition probes the dualisms, linguistic games, and relational approaches that have characterized O’Doherty’s work since the late 1950s. „Connecting the …“ explores the tension between the visceral, the sensual, and the bodily in relation to their ongoing transformation into abstract form.
The exhibition can be seen from 2 March to 20 April 2014 at P! and Simone Subal Gallery, New York City. Further information.
The exhibition „Die Nacht war ich da, an die Mauer gelehnt“ features works by Einar Schleef and photographs by Seiichi Furuya which were taken during his stay in East Berlin between 1985 and 1987. In 1996-1997 Einar Schleef wrote a text about the photographs of Seiichi Furuya from his time in East Berlin entitled “Schwarz Rot Gold” (Black Red Gold). This text will be available to read at the exhibition.
The exhibition can be see through 31 May 2014 at the Mauer-Mahnmal. Further information.
Seiichi Furuya’s exhibition „I prefer to be on this side“ has been reviewed by Eva Scharrer for Artforum (2/2014). More information.
The exhibition „A class of its own: photography as action space“ presents a group of younger photographers that has formed around Timm Rautert. His groups of works are compared with pieces by his ex-students, among others Claudia Angelmaier, Viktoria Binschtok, Bernhard Fuchs, Sven Johne, Ricarda Roggan, Adrian Sauer, Sebastian Stumpf, Anett Stuth and Tobias Zielony. It can be seen from 1 February through 18 May 2014 in the Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau, Dresden. Further information.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung presents an exhibition with this year’s scholars Marcel Frey and Sebastian Stumpf et al. until 10 January 2014, Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm (closed 24 December 2013 to 1 January 2014), Tiergartenstr. 35, Berlin.
In the winter 2013 issue of Aperture, titled „Photography as you don’t know it“, David Strettell introduces Japanese photographer Seiichi Furuya’s portraits of Christine. Further information.
The gallery participates in Artissima – Back to the Future with a solo presentation by Brian O’Doherty. Further information.
8-10 November 2013
New York based magazine „Triple Canopy“ announces artist and writer Brian O’Doherty as honoree for its fall benefit, which will take place Wednesday, October 30. Further information.
The exhibition „The End of the 20th Century. The best is yet to come“, curated by Eugen Blume and Catherine Nichols is a dialogue with the Marx Collection and features the work „Silbernes Monstrum“ (1970-71) by Joachim Bandau. The exhibition can be seen from 14 September 2013 to 27 April 2014. Further information.
The gallery participates in abc – art berlin contemporary 2013 with a solo presentation by Laetitia Gendre.
19 – 22 September 2013
Her new installation „Butterfly“ (2013), consists of a row of eight graphite drawings on canvas hung one after the other, on a large metallic structure. The drawings themselves depict views of constructed spaces, all representations of domestic habitats. The spaces are shown as bare arrangements of walls, floors, and stairs. Multiple views into this stratified space are available: from the sides, from the front of the installation, and through the cut-outs made into each drawing. While the structure recalls 19th-century paper theaters, the inner logic of the placement of the drawings – from foreground to background – is disturbed by the spatial incoherence and variable scales of the representations. Further information.
Olaf Nicolai’s artist’s book “Girlfriends” (Spector Books) is available in a new special edition, each including a print of a photograph featured in the book. Produced for the exhibition “Double Bound Economies”, the publication refers to the photographic archive of Reinhard Mende.
Olaf Nicolai, Girlfriends (Special edition)
incl. one print of a series of 7
Edition of 3, signed and numbered
ca. 55.5 x 41 cm
€ 150,- incl. VAT, plus shipping
Brian O’Doherty’s exhibtion „Art as an Argument“ can be seen at Kunstmuseum Bayreuth until 13 October 2013.
The exhibition is accompanied by a presentation of Barbara Novak’s and Brian O’Doherty’s collection of American Minimal and Concept Art of the 1960s and 1970s. The show is featuring works by Christo, John Coplans, Marcel Duchamp, Morton Feldman, Dan Graham, Edward Hopper, Peter Hutchinson, Jasper Johns, Les Levine, Sol LeWitt, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Ed Ruscha, George Segal, a.o.
Friedemann Heckel is shortlisted for the Berlin Art Prize 2013. On 22 June 2013 the prize will be awarded for the first time. The exhibition will take place in a former waterworks in Kreuzberg, Aqua Carre, Lobeckstrasse 30-35. Further information.
The exhibition „1.pers.sing – The artist´s body between self-portrait and performance“ features work of Sebastian Stumpf from 26 May to 22 September 2013 at art and design center b-05, Montabaur. Further information.
For his solo show Dirk Braeckman will be offering a limited edition piece entitled „F.T.-T.F.-13-2013“.
42 x 29,7 cm (Print size)
Edition of 30
Ultrachrome inkjet print on Japanese rice paper
€ 1.400,- incl. VAT, plus shipping
Brian O’Doherty created a site-specific rope drawing for Daimler Contemporary’s new exhibition „Conceptual Tendencies II“. The piece, „Equator“, is number 118 of a series of rope drawings that O’Doherty first began in 1973 in New York. The show can be seen until 22 September 2013.
The gallery shows works by Laetitia Gendre, Brian O’Doherty and Sebastian Stumpf at Art Brussels, First Call.
Booth 3C-06. Brussels, 18 – 21 April 2013.
For the fair Brian O’Doherty created a site-specific rope drawing.
The exhibition „Ages – Porträts vom Älterwerden“ features work of Seiichi Furuya from 22 March to 28 July 2013 at SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne. Further information.
The exhibition „Cairo. Open City“ features work of Sebastian Stumpf and Chris Michalski from 2 March to 5 May 2013 at Folkwang Museum, Essen. Further information.
In Dresden the collection of Kunstfonds including work of Sebastian Stumpf can be seen at Lipsiusbau from 1 March to 20 May 2013. Further information.
Brian O’Doherty’s essay „Strolling with the Zeitgeist“ has been published in the March issue of Frieze magazine. Read more.
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung awarded scholarships to Marcel Frey and Sebastian Stumpf.
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute awarded artist, writer, and critic Brian O’Doherty with the 2012 Clark Prize for Excellence in Arts Writing by recognizing his continuing contributions to the visual arts. Read more.
Art Berlin just launched a new Berlin gallery guide. Further information.
Sebastian Stumpf’s site-specific video projection „Sleep #3“ is now on permanent display at the new offices of the Kulturstiftung des Bundes in Halle (Saale).
For his solo show Joachim Bandau will be offering a limited edition piece entitled „B-A-C-H“. The water colour has an edition of 8.
Water colour, Ed. 8, 50 x 35 cm, unframed
€ 1.000,- incl. VAT, plus shipping
Frieze Art Fair London will present a talk with Brian O’Doherty on Thursday, 11 October 2012 at 5pm.
Sebastian Stumpf’s video projection „Bridges“ can be seen from 22 September 2012 to 6 January 2013 at Wilhelm-Hack-Museum in Ludwigshafen. Further information.
The gallery participates in abc – art berlin contemporary 2012 with a presentation of works by
13 – 16 September 2012 .
The autumn issue of Frieze d/e features an essay on the photographer Seiichi Furuya by the critic and curator Thibaut de Ruyter. Read more here
Seiichi Furuya’s solo exhibition „Hätte Wenn Warum“ can be seen from 15 June to 19 August 2012 at Museum für Photographie Braunschweig. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, 14 June at 7pm. Further information.
Brian O’Doherty’s exhibition „From Electrocardiogram to Rope Drawing“ has been reviewed in Artforum and Die Welt.
Read more here.
A panel discussion on „Zeigen“ will take place at Depot Basel with Marcel Frey, Burkhard Meltzer and Judith Seng, hosted by Tido von Oppeln (ZHDK).
Wednesday, 13 June 2012 at 2pm at Depot Basel, Schwarzwaldallee 305 (Erlenmattareal/BLG-Halle), CH-4058 Basel, Switzerland.
Marcel Frey’s exhibition „Post Function“ can be seen at Galerie Thomas Fischer from 22 June. Further information.
A new site-specific video projection is on display at Z33’s summer exhibition „Mind the System, Find the Gap“ in Hasselt, Belgium. 2 June to 30 September 2012. Further information.
Sebastian Stumpf’s series „Highwalk“ is part of the exhibition „wasistdas“ at Franklin Azzi Architecture in Paris. 27 May to 9 June 2012. Further information.
An exhibition, entitled „Open; Wait“ curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak is featuring works by Silvia Bächli and Margrét H. Blöndal at Reykjavik gallery i8. 19 May to 30 June 2012. Further information.
For his solo show Brian O’Doherty will be offering a limited edition print entitled „Portrait of Marcel Duchamp, Mounted Cardiogram“. On 4 April 1966 Brian O’Doherty, a qualified medical doctor had invited Marcel Duchamp for dinner and expressed his interest in making a portrait of the French-American artist. With a borrowed electrocardiogram O’Doherty took three readings of the great man’s heartbeat.
The print has an edition of 25.