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Illustrated catalogue of the exhibition

The bibliographic data which accompany the following images are from the database of the Jack Ginsberg Collection and have been gleaned from the title, colophon or justification of the books themselves. Additional information has been taken from book-dealer’s catalogues, catalogue raisonnés of the artists’ work, recognised artist’s or dealer’s websites, collection records and personal correspondence with the artists or book dealers.

Each entry is accompanied by an exhibition number followed by a curatorial key (see below) which is used to position each book thematically in the exhibition. These numbers are followed by the title of the work in bold and italicised, followed by any subtitle. Thereafter, the entry provides the names of all known producers starting with the name of the book artist. This is followed by the publisher’s name and place of publication. If the work is privately published or produced by the artist, the entry reads ‘Artist’s publication’ followed by the known city and country in which the artist resides or resided when the book was made. Thereafter the following information is provided: the date of publication / production; the height of the book in millimetres; the number of pages if annotated. If the page numbers are not annotated, ‘unpaged’ appears. Thereafter, the specific number of the book in the edition is given along with the edition size. When the specific number is unknown ‘One of ……’ is listed. If the edition number and size are unknown, ‘unknown’ is stated. An ISBN, where applicable, is provided after the edition listing, after which any inscriptions are given. The bibliographic entry is completed with ‘Notes’ in which additional colophon information and important printing or other technical facts are provided.

Curatorial key:

MM1&2: Modernist books and/or artists/authors which also appeared on Riva Castelman’s 1994/5 MoMA exhibition A Century of Artists Books

MPM3: Postmodern books and/or artists/authors which also appeared on the MoMA exhibition

NMM2A: Important modernist books and/or artists/authors which did not appear on the MoMA exhibition

NMPM3A: Important postmodern books and/or artists/authors which did not appear on the MoMA exhibition

OC4: Offshoots of established books such as those by Edward (Ed) Ruscha and Stéphane Mallarmé

C: Contemporary artists’ books divided into the following themes:

C5 2/3: Visual-verbal Dynamics | Colour

C6 4/5/6: Journeys | Maps & Structures | Landscapes & Places

C7: Fantasy & the Fantastic

C8: War, Death, Fear & Apocalyptic Imagery

C9: Sex, Love & the Body

ZA: South African producer

List of artists

  1. Ryoko Adachi
  2. George Alexander
  3. David Allen
  4. Kurt Allerslev
  5. David Andrew
  6. Carl Andre
  7. Antic-Ham
  8. Annesas Appel
  9. Mark Attwood
  10. Fedele Azari
  11. Thorsten Baensch
  12. Enrico Baj
  13. Robert Barry
  14. Carol June Barton
  15. Leonard Baskin
  16. Samuel Beckett
  17. Mauro Bellei
  18. Kim Berman
  19. Ted Berrigan
  20. Fritz Best
  21. Douglas Beube
  22. Joseph Beuys
  23. Karen Bleitz
  24. Belinda Blignaut
  25. Mel Bochner
  26. Sarah Bodman
  27. Irma Boom
  28. Brian Borchardt
  29. András Böröcz
  30. Karsten Bott
  31. Louise Bourgeois
  32. Brassaï
  33. Eric Braun
  34. Stephen Braun
  35. Breyten Breytenbach
  36. Robert Bringhurst
  37. John Eric Broaddus
  38. Marcel Broodthaers
  39. Andrew Brown
  40. Sarah Bryant
  41. Wolfgang Buchta
  42. Edward Burne-Jones
  43. Carolee Campbell
  44. John Cage
  45. Alexander Calder
  46. Denise Carbone
  47. John M. (Jonny) Carrera
  48. Ulises Carrión
  49. Lewis Carroll
  50. Hayden Carruth
  51. May Castleberry
  52. Italo Calvino
  53. Blaise Cendrars
  54. Macy Chadwick
  55. Geoffrey Chaucer
  56. Julie Chen
  57. Christophe Cherix
  58. Kate Chopin
  59. Francesco Clemente
  60. David Clifford
  61. Elbé Coetsee
  62. Claudia Cohen
  63. Steven Cohen
  64. S. W. Colyer
  65. John Crombie
  66. Maureen Cummins
  67. Simon Cutts
  68. Carl Otto Czeschka
  69. Maureen de Jager
  70. Xavier de Maistre
  71. Daniela Deeg
  72. Sonia Delaunay
  73. Fortunato Depero
  74. Maryline Desbiolles
  75. Chris Diedericks
  76. Keith Dietrich
  77. Jim Dine
  78. Eric Doeringer
  79. Michael Donaghy
  80. Henry Dorure
  81. Johanna Drucker
  82. Olafur Eliasson
  83. Paul Eluard
  84. Paul Emmanuel
  85. Ed Epping
  86. Stephan Erasmus
  87. Max Ernst
  88. Varga Gábor Farkas
  89. David Ferry
  90. Nat Finkelstein
  91. Ian Hamilton Finlay
  92. Franticham
  93. Arthur Freed
  94. Brad Freeman
  95. Casey Gardner
  96. Louise Genest
  97. Gilbert and George
  98. Dylan Graham
  99. Naum Granovskii
  100. Donald Glaister
  101. Guillermo Gómez-Peña
  102. Joan Iversen Goswell
  103. Kurt Gohde
  104. Nadine Gordimer
  105. Joan Iversen Goswell
  106. Alan Govenar
  107. Marie Grégoire
  108. Joseph Grigely
  109. George Grosz
  110. Durs Grünbein
  111. Walter Hamady
  112. Valerie Hammond
  113. Romano Hänni
  114. Mary Hark
  115. Heiko Michael Hartmann
  116. Caren Heft
  117. Paul Heimbach
  118. Gloria Helfgott
  119. Anna Hepler
  120. Jean-Pierre Hébert
  121. Dick Higgins
  122. Stephen Hobbs
  123. Charles Hobson
  124. David Hockney
  125. Barbara Hodgson
  126. Sjoerd Hofstra
  127. David Horton
  128. Mike Hudson
  129. Douglas Huebler
  130. Alfredo Jaar
  131. Sandra Jackman
  132. Elizabeth R. Jackson
  133. Jadwiga Jarvis
  134. Frances Jetter
  135. Jill Jevne
  136. Susan Johanknecht
  137. Jasper Johns
  138. Paul Johnson
  139. Mikhail Karasik
  140. Franz Keim
  141. Ellsworth Kelly
  142. Daniel E. Kelm
  143. William Kentridge
  144. Myoung Soo Kim (Ivary)
  145. Steven King
  146. Yusef Komunyakaa
  147. Richard Kostelanetz
  148. Joseph Kosuth
  149. Peter Kingston
  150. Tracey Knapp
  151. Peter Rutledge Koch
  152. Barbara Kruger
  153. Utagawa Kunisada
  154. Atta Kwami
  155. Sowon Kwon
  156. Marie-Hélène Lafon
  157. Ruth Laxon
  158. Fernand Léger
  159. Sol LeWitt
  160. Sandra Liddell Reese
  161. Karin Inner Ling
  162. El Lissitzky
  163. R. M. Lockley
  164. Cynthia Lollis
  165. Richard Long
  1. Barry Holstun Lopez
  2. Jean-Claude Loubières
  3. H. P. Lovecraft
  4. Susan Lowdermilk
  5. Louis Lüthi
  6. Kimberley Lyons
  7. Kenneth Maclean
  8. Aristide Maillol
  9. Ester Makgato
  10. Paulina Makobela
  11. Stéphane Mallarmé
  12. Alsetah Manthosi
  13. Max Marek
  14. Emily Martin
  15. Frans Masereel
  16. J. H. Mason
  17. Judith Mason
  18. Tamar Mason
  19. Aletah Masuku
  20. Nora Lee McGillivray
  21. Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
  22. Henri Martraix
  23. Sina Matikitela
  24. Henri Matisse
  25. Vladimir Mayakovsky
  26. Scott McCarney
  27. Thomas McEvilley
  28. Jonas Mekas
  29. Herman Melville
  30. Erich Mendelsohn
  31. Michéle Métail
  32. Michael Miranda
  33. Joan Miró
  34. Adrian de Monluc
  35. Suzanne Moore
  36. Francisco Morales-Zamorano
  37. Paul Morand
  38. Abelarao Morell
  39. Jeffrey Morin
  40. Robert Morris
  41. Lois Morrison
  42. Lenny Motsoko
  43. Robert Motherwell
  44. Ted Muehling
  45. Ulrike Müller
  46. Didier Mutel
  47. Billy Name
  48. Maurizio Nannucci
  49. Yuji Nawata
  50. Pablo Neruda
  51. Dorah Ngomane
  52. Susanne Nichol
  53. John Nicholson
  54. Karen O' Hearn
  55. Heather O'Hara
  56. Jan Owen
  57. Miguet Paris
  58. Yeoun Joo Park
  59. Cornelia Parker
  60. Zahra Partovi
  61. John Dos Passos
  62. Oskar Pastior
  63. Malcolm Payne
  64. Octovio Paz
  65. Yves Peyré
  66. Tom Phillips
  67. Selina Phukela
  68. Pablo Picasso
  69. Michalis Pichler
  70. Vicki Pracht
  71. Robin Price
  72. Richard Price
  73. Man Ray
  74. Harry Reese
  75. Hans Reichenbach
  76. James Renner
  77. Felicia Rice
  78. Ray Rice
  79. Colin Richards
  80. François Righi
  81. Fred Rinne
  82. Louis Roquin
  83. John Ross
  84. Dieter Roth
  85. Judith Rothchild
  86. Jalaluddin Mohammad Rumi
  87. Edward (Ed) Ruscha
  88. Salman Rushdie
  89. Jonah Sack
  90. Oliver Sacks
  91. Lyndi Sales
  92. Lucas Samaras
  93. Kimitoshi Sato
  94. Alberto Savinio
  95. Kathleen Patricia Sawyer
  96. Ilka van Schalkwyk
  97. Veronika Schäpers
  98. George Schneeman
  99. Joachim Schönfeldt
  100. Ingrid Schindall
  101. Jeremy Schmall
  102. Dan Schmidt
  103. Helmut Schulze
  104. Robert Schwarz
  105. Anthony Seidman
  106. Gilbert Seldes
  107. Annette Senneby
  108. Douglas Shafer
  109. Shirley Sharoff
  110. Shirley Sharoff
  111. Izet Sheshivari
  112. Seth Siegelaub
  113. Robbin Ami Silverberg
  114. Pippa Skotnes
  115. Dana Smith
  116. Keith A. Smith
  117. Peter Spaans
  118. Buzz Spector
  119. Stephen Spurrier
  120. Erik Staub
  121. Wilma Stockenström
  122. Mark Strand
  123. Wislawa Szymborska
  124. E. Giulio P. Tambellini
  125. Sir John Tenniel
  126. Barbara Tetenbaum
  127. Dylan Thomas
  128. Larry Thomas
  129. Walasse Ting
  130. Georg Trakl
  131. James Trissel
  132. Sandra Turley
  133. Lu T'ung
  134. Richard Tuttle
  135. Mark Twain
  136. Heléne Van Aswegen
  137. Erica Van Horn
  138. Francis Van Maele
  139. Molly Van Nice
  140. Claire Van Vliet
  141. Various artists
  142. Jules Verne
  143. Anik Vinay
  144. Virgil
  145. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  146. Mark Wagner
  147. Laura Wait
  148. Kara Elizabeth Walker
  149. Sam Walker
  150. Andy Warhol
  151. Sande Wascher-James
  152. Enji Watanabe
  153. Kazuko Watanabe
  154. Marshall Weber
  155. Debra Weier
  156. Robert Weinek
  157. Lawrence Weiner
  158. John W. Wendler
  159. Kenneth White
  160. Alastair Whitton
  161. Sam Winston
  162. Ludwig Wittgenstein
  163. Christopher K. Wilde
  164. Arne Wolf
  165. Paul Wong
  166. Ilia Zdanevich
  167. Piet Zwart
  168. Janet Zweig

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