Op Losse Schroeven: Situaties en Cryptostructuren exhibition catalog

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Op Losse Schroeven: Situaties en Cryptostructuren.

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1969.
Softcover with two text blocks. 
Text in English & Dutch. 

Very good.
Book has toning and edgewear to covers. 
Its spine has the title written on it in pen. 
Inside, laid open, there are rust marks from the binding staples as well as rubbing and some foxing/toning + minor edgewear. 
Previous owner's name in pencil.

On the left, there is a press release for a 1969 Michael Heizer exhibition at
Galerie Heiner Friedrich glued in. 
As you flip back through the left text block to the beginning, you'll see some unobtrusive handwritten marginalia and underlining, 
specifically at the Lawrence Weiner biographical entry
and the red paged Piero Gilardi segment. 

On the right hand side, that text block has some unobtrusive minor creasing.

Glued into the center backing panel of the wraps is two photographic plates, both with  Michael Heizer's name hand-written in pencil, though in most instances I can find, his signature appears more illegible and his "z" is written differently, so I am not calling this hand-signed by Michael Heizer. 

Laid in is an apparently xeroxed photographic twice-folded sheet with Heizer's name also hand-written in pencil as well as two sheets of 1969 Reiner Ruthenbeck exhibition ephemera from Galerie Heiner Friedrich. 

One with text: short biography, exhibition history, magazine appearances, list of works in show and one with photographs of the work. 

Seminal Conceptual Art exhibition catalog sharing time and artists with the exhibition When Attitudes Become Form. 


Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Joseph Beuys, Bill Bollinger, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Walter De Maria, Jan Dibbets, Ger van Elk, Barry Flanagan, Michael Heizer, Douglas Huebler, Neil Jenny, Jannis Kounellis, Richard Long, Bruce McLean, Mario and Marisa Merz, Robbert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Panamarenko, Robert Ryman, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, Lawrence Weiner, Gilberto Zorio, and more. 

Exhibiton catalog designed by Wim Crouwel & Jolijn van de Wouw.