Catalogues Raisonnés



Cy Twombly, The Printed Graphic Work, 1953-1984

Cy Twombly
The Printed Graphic Work
1953-1984
, 1984
Jannis Kounellis, Editions 1972-1990

Jannis Kounellis
Editions 1972-1990
, 1991
Donald Judd, Prints and Works in Editions 1951-1994

Donald Judd
Prints and Works in Editions 1951-1994
, 1996
Joseph Beuys, The Multiples 1965-1986

Joseph Beuys
The Multiples 1965-1986
, 1997
Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Prints and Objects 1963-2013

Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Prints and Objects 1963-2013
, 2013
Thomas Ruff, Editions 1988-2014

Thomas Ruff
Editions 1988-2014
, 2014
Andy Warhol, Prints 1962-1987

Andy Warhol
Prints 1962-1987
, 2015 (in progress)
 
 




Catalogs/Publications



Joseph Beuys, Show Your Wound I

Joseph Beuys
Show Your Wound I
, 1976
Joseph Beuys, Show Your Wound II

Joseph Beuys
Show Your Wound II
, 1980
Edition Schellmann, 1969-1989

Edition Schellmann
1969-1989
, 1989
Joseph Beuys, 4 Bücher aus: "Projekt Westmensch 1958"

Joseph Beuys
4 Bücher aus: "Projekt Westmensch 1958"
, 1992
Andy Warhol, Art from Art

Andy Warhol
Art from Art
, 1994
Andy Warhol, Art from Art

Andy Warhol
Art from Art
, 1994/95
Gerhard Merz, LICHT

Gerhard Merz
LICHT
, 1995
Jörg Schellmann, Wall Works

Jörg Schellmann
Wall Works
, 1999
Robert Longo, The Freud Cycle

Robert Longo
The Freud Cycle
, 2004
Made in Munich, Editions from 1968 to 2008

Made in Munich
Editions from 1968 to 2008
, 2008
Schellmann Art, Forty Are Better Than One.

Schellmann Art
Forty Are Better Than One.
, 2009
Joseph Beuys, I (I Myself Iphigenia)

Joseph Beuys
I (I Myself Iphigenia)
, 2011
Joseph Beuys, A Colorful World

Joseph Beuys
A Colorful World
, 2011
Joseph Beuys, Iphigenie

Joseph Beuys
Iphigenie
, 2013
Nationalgalerie,, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Wall Works

Nationalgalerie,
Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
Wall Works
, 2013
Andy Warhol, Unique

Andy Warhol
Unique
, 2014
 
 




Sales Catalogs



Edition Schellmann, art editions 3

Edition Schellmann
art editions 3
, 2001
Edition Schellmann, art editions 4

Edition Schellmann
art editions 4
, 2004
Edition Schellmann, art editions 5

Edition Schellmann
art editions 5
, 2006
Edition Schellmann, art editions 6

Edition Schellmann
art editions 6
, 2008
 
 
 
 Cy Twombly, The Printed Graphic Work, 1953-1984Heiner Bastian
Cy Twombly
The Printed Graphic Work
1953-1984


Catalogue Raisonné of prints edited by Heiner Bastian.
1st edition 1984, 108 pages, brochure, with text by Heiner Bastian
German/English edition, published by Edition Schellmann (sold out)

 
 A catalog of the 76 prints and graphic suites made until 1984 by the celebrated Rome-based American painter and graphic artist Cy Twombly (*1928, †2011).

 
 
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 Jannis Kounellis, Editions 1972-1990Jörg Schellmann
Jannis Kounellis
Editions 1972-1990


Catalogue Raisonné of prints and sculptural objects in editions.
Edited by Jörg Schellmann
1st edition 1991, 56 pages, brochure, with text by Rudi Fuchs
English, published by Edition Schellmann (sold out)

 
 A small catalog of the first 24 works in editions by the Greek-born artist, one of the founders of Arte Povera. Remnants of history, fragments of lost culture and art, things of daily use - quotes from the past that Kounellis turns into contemporary signs.

 
 
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 Donald Judd, Prints and Works in Editions 1951-1994Jörg Schellmann/M.J. Jitta
Donald Judd
Prints and Works in Editions 1951-1994


Catalogue Raisonné of prints and sculptural works in editions.
Edited by Jörg Schellmann and Mariette Josephus Jitta
2nd edition 1996, 176 pages, clothbound,
with texts by Rudi Fuchs and M. J. Jitta
English, published by Edition Schellmann and Schirmer/Mosel

 
 Being a sculptor, Judd has created an impressive graphic oeuvre of over 300 prints, including an ongoing series of almost 100 woodcuts of the same format and matching layout, which are among the most significant graphic suites of the art of the second half of the 20th century. His 30 sculptural works in editions quote his major unique sculptural works in metal, wood and plexiglass and were manufactured in small editions and in the very same industrial production processes.

 
 
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 Joseph Beuys, The Multiples 1965-1986Jörg Schellmann
Joseph Beuys
The Multiples 1965-1986


Catalogue Raisonné of printed works and objects edited by Jörg Schellmann.
8th edition 1997, 566 pages, clothbound
German edition published by Edition Schellmann and Schirmer/Mosel
English edition co-published with Walker Art Center, Minneapolis and
Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, Mass.

 
 Originally, since 1971, compiled and edited in close cooperation with the artist, the book is now available in its 8th edition. It contains the famous interview in which Beuys explains the ideas of his multiples and their function in his overall oeuvre. It documents all of his 556 multiples with comprehensive text and images, and gives broad documentation about further aspects of the species of multiples Beuys has co-created and formed (“vehicles of ideas”) as no other artist has before.

 
 
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 Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Prints and Objects 1963-2013Jörg Schellmann
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Prints and Objects 1963-2013


Catalogue Raisonné of prints, collages, and objects edited by Jörg Schellmann.
3rd edition 2013, 256 pages, clothbound. With a text by Matthias Koddenberg
English/German edition, published by Hatje Cantz, US distribution: D.A.P.,
New York

 
 This volume provides a full description of limited editions by Christo and Jeanne-Claude published from 1953 to 2013. It explores the wide range of the artist's production, including early multiples of the 1960s, prints, collages, and three-dimensional objects. Mathias Koddenberg, who contributed to several publications on Christo and Jeanne-Claude, provides with his introduction a first-time probing analysis of the artist's editioned oeuvre, making this an indispensable reference work on the art of Christo and Jeanne-Claude.

 
 
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 Thomas Ruff, Editions 1988-2014Jörg Schellmann
Thomas Ruff
Editions 1988-2014


Catalogue Raisonné of prints in editions, edited by Jörg Schellmann.
1st edition 2014, 182 pages, clothbound, with text by Thomas Weski
English/German edition, published by Hatje Cantz; US distribution: D.A.P.,
New York

 
 Thomas Ruff‘s photographic series are compelling. In larger-than-life-sized portraits we encounter the in­tent gazes of young adults. Sterile building façades serve as a commentary on the misery of urban sprawl. Pixelated nudes from pornographic websites render important details almost indecipherable while un­derscoring the power of these images. In exhibitions the photographer shows large-scale prints, which are produced in a very limited number. However, he con­sistently produces small-format photographic prints using a range of reproductive techniques, which usu­ally come in editions of thirty and more to make them affordable to a broader art audience. This catalogue raisonné of editions was prepared by Jörg Schellmann in close cooperation with Thomas Ruff (*1958) and is based on the most up-to-date research. The works are organized chronologically - not according to the year the image was created but its year of production. The volume presents all signed and numbered editions by the artist from 1988 onwards.

 
 
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 Andy Warhol, Prints 1962-1987Frayda Feldman/Jörg Schellmann
Andy Warhol
Prints 1962-1987


Catalogue Raisonné of prints edited by Frayda Feldman and Jörg Schellmann, 4th edition revised and expanded, and 5th edition revised by Frayda Feldman and Claudia Defendi
5th edition 2014, 384 pages, clothbound, with texts by Arthur C. Danto and Donna de Salvo
English edition, published by D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers in association with Ronald Feldman Arts, Inc., Edition Schellmann, and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
European distribution: &&&&&&..

 
 Catalog containing 15 prints of the world famous painter's early printmaking since 1962, 413 published prints, 54 entries of unique print editions, 70 of unpublished prints, 67 of commissioned projects, 77 of portraits, and 14 of illustrated books and portfolios from the 1950s. There is also a chronology of printmaking activity, a print exhibition history, and a selected bibliography.

 
 
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 Joseph Beuys, Show Your Wound IJoseph Beuys
Show Your Wound I


Published on the occasion of the Galerie Schellmann and Klüser exhibition zeige deine Wunde at Kunstforum Maximilianstraße/Altstadtring, Munich, 1976.
1st edition 1976, German, 36 pages, brochure,
with photographs by Ute Klophaus and text by Laszlo Glozer.
Published by Edition Schellmann and Klüser, sold out

 
 Individual and collective sickness is taken as symptomatic of the profound alienation of the contemporary human condition, a kind of death, inflicted in turn by man on the entire natural universe. Metaphors of sickness and death, and therapy too. In February 1976, following his own serious illness, Beuys assembled his most tragic environment to date, "show your wound". The atmosphere was that of a mortuary. The theme was the experience of death. Assembembled at intervals around the edges of the space were objects in pairs, the doubling effect creating a sensation of illusion and shadow that challenged the physical reality of the objects. (Caoline Tisdall in Joseph Beuys, Thames and Hudson)

 
 
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 Joseph Beuys, Show Your Wound IIJoseph Beuys
Show Your Wound II


Published on the occasion of the Galerie Schellmann and Klüser exhibition zeige deine Wunde at Kunstforum Maximilianstraße/Altstadtring, Munich, 1976, and the acquisition by and installation at Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, 1979/1980.
2nd edition 1980, with 2nd volume Reaktionen, 164 pages,
published by Edition Schellmann and Klüser

 
 

 
 
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 Edition Schellmann, 1969-1989Edition Schellmann
1969-1989


Complete catalog of Edition Schellmann editions, prints and multiples of internationally highly outstanding artists, published on the occasion of its 20th anniversary and a corresponding exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, New York, with works by twenty artists.

 
 

 
 
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 Joseph Beuys, 4 Bücher aus: "Projekt Westmensch 1958"Joseph Beuys
4 Bücher aus: "Projekt Westmensch 1958"


German. 88 pp.
Published 1992 on the occasion of the release of four facsimile notebooks by Joseph Beuys at Edition Schellmann, 1992 and the exhibitions at Museum für Gegenwartskunst Basel, 1993 - 94, Akademie der Künste Berlin, 1993, and Hess. Landesmuseum Darmstadt, 1994. Texts by Franz Joachim Verspohl, Hans van der Grinten, Christian Schneegass und Dieter Köpplin.

 
 From 1958 to about 1965, Joseph Beuys worked on four sketchbooks collectively entitled “Projekt Westmensch”. Exhibiting veritably the whole range of his artistic vocabulary, the pages of these books are filled with drawings, texts, watercolors, lists of words and notions, concepts and themes with numerous notations for future projects. While many of the pages are related directly to his other work, there are some whole enigmatic forms, conceptual references and codes that will prove a fascinating challenge to viewers and professional art historians alike. The rhythm of the entries, often separated by long series of blank pages, provide a very intimate insight into the artist's visual idiom and his universal thinking. (J.S.)

 
 
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 Andy Warhol, Art from ArtJörg Schellmann
Andy Warhol
Art from Art


Published on the occasion of the exhibition Andy Warhol, Art from Art, unique silkscreens, drawings, paintings and collages 1963-86 at Schellmann exhibition hall, Cologne 1994.
English, 96 pages, clothbound, with text by Laszlo Glozer
Published by Edition Schellmann at Schirmer Mosel

 
 A great artist plays with great art - and yet, he stays true to himself: Andy Warhol (1927-1987), the uncrowned king of pop art, who turns everything into a mass icon, an advertising signet, a consumer item, has during the last years of his life used declared highlights of art history from Leonardo to Picasso to create partly monumental silkscreen series. According to the principle "thirty are better than one", the most famous painting of all, repeated 30 times, becomes Mona Lisa Superstar; Goethe by Tischbein, graphically simplified with overstated colors, shows unexpected poster-like qualities; Botticelli´s Venus seems to have just left a beauty farm and lets her magnificent hair blow gently in all shades and colors. Laszlo Glozer refers to this late work by Andy Warhol as a "guest performance in the Olympus of art". (Schirmer/Mosel Verlag)

 
 
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 Andy Warhol, Art from ArtJörg Schellmann
Andy Warhol
Art from Art


Same edition as previous with different cover jacket, used for the same but expanded show at Museum Friedericianum, Kassel, 1994/95
English, 96 pages, clothbound, with text by Laszlo Glozer
Published by Edition Schellmann at Schirmer Mosel

 
 The artist world-famous for his everyday images of consumer items, news, and celebrities astonishingly has created a considerable body of work using images of famous Western art works. Starting with his iconic image of Mona Lisa repeated 30 times he kept using art works as “celebrities”: Uccello, Piero della Francesca, Leonardo, Botticelli, Cranach, Raphael, Munch, de Chirico, Picasso and Matisse. Almost as an apotheosis, Warhol finalized his artistic oeuvre with extended series of Leonardo's Last Supper repeated on huge canvases in a wallpaper design fashion. John Cage pointed out succinctly: Warhol has shown through repetition that there is no repetition in art.

 
 
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 Gerhard Merz, LICHTGerhard Merz
LICHT


Published for the exhibition at Kunsthalle Basel 1995.
German, 24 pages, clothbound, edition, with text by Thomas Kellein
Published by Edition Schellmann

 
 Light installations: Liege Kunsthalle Hamburg 1992, Max Hetzler Cologne 1993, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf 1993, Philomene Magers Cologne 1993, Giorgio Persano Turin 1994, Jörg Schellmann Cologne 1994, Kunsthalle Basel 1995

 
 
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 Jörg Schellmann, Wall WorksJörg Schellmann
Wall Works


Catalog of a group of thirty-eight site-specific wall installations in editions, released by Edition Schellmann 1993 through 1999. The book was also the catalog for the exhibitions at Paula Cooper Gallery in New York, and Museum Villa Stuck in Munich, both in 1999.

German/English, 234 pages, brochure, with texts
by Uwe M. Schneede and David Rimanelli
Published by Edition Schellmann at Schirmer Mosel

 
 Wall Works marks the first time that the principle of the edition has been applied to the practice of wall installations. The artworks cannot be mounted on the wall according to the owner's layout and taste, but rather they must be individually “fine-tuned” in accordance with the artist's specifications, to make a work in situ ensuring that each work unites with its environment in its own specific and non-interchangeable way. Consequently, as in the case of buildings, design and execution are not in the same hands, thereby - in two steps - creating a genuinely unique work of art.

 
 
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 Robert Longo, The Freud CycleRobert Longo
The Freud Cycle


Published for the release of a portfolio of 13 digital pigment prints
at Edition Schellmann, and Harry Jancovici Editions, Paris
English/German, 40 pages, with text by Werner Spies
Published by Edition Schellmann

 
 Robert Longo's series The Freud Cycle draws into focus the Vienna apartment where Freud lived and worked, a scenery in which different historic and cultural layers are present in a merely mystical way: The interior of the Fin de Siècle, the place of birth and activity of the Vienna psychoanalysis, and the gloominess of the crimes of the Nazi period.

 
 
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 Made in Munich, Editions from 1968 to 2008Chris Dercon und Julienne Lorz
Made in Munich
Editions from 1968 to 2008


Catalog accompanying the exhibition Made in Munich - Editions from
1968 to 2008
at Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2008.

In the early 1970s, Munich - along with New York and London - was at the forefront of the publishing of art editions and multiples. This exhibition presented works initiated and produced by Munich-based galleries and publishers between 1968 and 2008, including Galerie Thomas, Galerie van de Loo, Galerie Heiner Friedrich, Galerie + Edition Sigrid Friedrich und Sabine Knust, Schellmann & Klüser and Edition Schellmann.

 
 

 
 
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 Schellmann Art, Forty Are Better Than One.Schellmann Art
Forty Are Better Than One.


Catalogue Raisonnée of the complete editions published by Edition Schelmann, Munich-New York from 1966-2009: prints, objects, and
installation works.
English, 456 pages (over 1,000 illustrations), hardcover,
with texts by Jörg Schellmann and others
Published by Hatje Cantz; US distribution: D.A.P., New York

 
 Since 1969, Edition Schellmann has been publishing contemporary artworks in limited editions. Inspired by the visual culture revolution of the 1960s, Schellmann started producing prints and multiples with European and American artists, focussing on Joseph Beuys and his seminal idea of multiples. After ten years of publishing in partnership with Bernd Klüser (1975-1985), in the second half of the 1980s, Schellmann increasingly focussed on exploring and expanding the potential of producing editions. Recognizing that in our time art is no longer necessarily created by the artist's hand but predominantly by conceptual design and production, it became evident that an edition could be any work of art produced in a certain number of copies. As a result of this approach, projects came into being that previously would not have been thought of as editions, i.e. objects composed of metal, wood, plastic, stone, concrete, light, paper, photography, video, etc. and combinations of these media, in dimensions no longer limited to those of traditional multiples. In the early 1990s, Edition Schellmann began a large series, still in progress, of site-specific Wall Works, installations on a wall for which the artists have created a design and parameters for how the work can be executed on a given wall at a given site. In reference to the serial concept of editions and Schellmann's 40th anniversary, this catalog is entitled, Forty Are Better Than One, alluding to the Andy Warhol painting, Thirty Are Better Than One, 1963, which depicts a series of thirty Mona Lisa reproductions - a tongue-in-cheek comment on the worshipped aura of unique works of art versus the mass-production and global distribution of images in our time.

 
 
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 Joseph Beuys, I (I Myself Iphigenia)Jörg Schellmann
Joseph Beuys
I (I Myself Iphigenia)


Catalog of the exhibition Ich (ich selbst die Iphigenie)
May 2-31, 2011 at Schellmann Art, Munich.
German/English, 94 pages, brochure, with texts
by Jörg Schellmann and others
Published by Schellmann Art at Schirmer/Mosel
Available to order at Schirmer/Mosel Verlag, ISBN 978-3-8296-0549-6

 
 

 
 
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 Joseph Beuys, A Colorful WorldJörg Schellmann
Joseph Beuys
A Colorful World


Catalog of the exhibition Eine farbige Welt, June 1-30, 2011
at Schellmann Art, Munich.
German and English edition, 120 pages, brochure, with texts by Jörg Schellmann and others
Published by Schellmann Art at Schirmer/Mosel
Available to order at Schirmer/Mosel Verlag, München,
in English ISBN 978-3-8296-0548-9, in German ISBN 978-3-8296-0547-2


 
 

 
 
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 Joseph Beuys, IphigenieJörg Schellmann
Joseph Beuys
Iphigenie


Catalog of the exhibition at Galerie Thaddeus Ropac, Paris Pantin.
Includes a selection of works from the two Beuys shows I (I myself Iphigenia)
and A Colorful World at Schellmann Art Munich, 2011

 
 Hier fehlt der kleine Text

 
 
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 Nationalgalerie,, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Wall WorksNationalgalerie,
Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
Wall Works


Wall Works presents a first selection from an extensive group of wall works that has been acquired by the Verein der Freunde der Nationalgalerie. The pieces - originally developed for Edition Schellmann between 1992 and 2009 - are shown in dialog with works from the collection of the Nationalgalerie, the Friedrich Christian Flick Collection im Hamburger Bahnhof, the Marx collection and the Marzona collection as well as selected works on loan. Further wall works from the acquired lot can be seen at the Neue Nationalgalerie in their collection display "Expansion of the Combat Zone". (Nationalgalerie Berlin)

 
 

 
 
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 Andy Warhol, UniqueJörg Schellmann
Andy Warhol
Unique


Publication about 100 of Andy Warhol's unique prints put in the context of his print oeuvre.
English/German, 174 pages, brochure, with text by Jörg Schellmann
Published by Hatje Cantz; US distribution: D.A.P., New York

 
 Andy Warhol silkscreened the Mona Lisa on canvas thirty times and casually titled it Thirty Are Better Than One; his ten-pack portfolio of Marilyn Monroe enjoyed wide circulation. Yet, over the course of his career he also developed a surprisingly contradictory strategy. Before producing his silkscreen editions, Warhol made numerous trial proofs, trying out different color combinations, making each of these prints unique. The special value of these prints, which are actually “originals”, has yet to be fully recognized and appreciated by the art market.
With this volume, Jörg Schellmann presents a catalog of Warhol's over one hundred trial proofs that were produced under the aegis of the Edition Schellmann from 1980 to 1986, illuminating the significance of these unique prints in the artist's graphics oeuvre.

 
 
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 Edition Schellmann, art editions 3Edition Schellmann
art editions 3


Sales catalog with 426 offers of prints, photographs, objects and installation works in editions by 130 significant international artists.
English/German, brochure

 
 

 
 
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 Edition Schellmann, art editions 4Edition Schellmann
art editions 4


Sales catalog with 398 offers of prints, photographs, objects and installation works in editions by 150 significant international artists.
English/German, brochure

 
 

 
 
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 Edition Schellmann, art editions 5Edition Schellmann
art editions 5


Sales catalog with 360 offers of prints, photographs, objects and installation works in editions by 140 significant international artists.
English/German, brochure

 
 

 
 
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 Edition Schellmann, art editions 6Edition Schellmann
art editions 6


Sales catalog with 247 offers of prints, photographs, objects and installation works in editions by 125 significant international artists.
English/German, brochure
Published by Edition Schellmann
Available to order here: Munich - New York

 
 Our catalog with offers of prints, photographs, objects, and installation works by Ackermann Almond Artschwager Baldessari Balka Barney Baselitz Becher Bechtold Beecroft Beuys Bhimji Brown Buren Bustamante Catellan Cardiff/Miller Chapman Christo Close Cragg Craig-Martin Darboven Demand Doig Eliasson Elmgreen & Dragset Fischli-Weiss Flavin Fleury Förg Fritsch Gallagher Gelitin Gilbert & George Gillick Goldin Gordon Grosse Halley Hamilton Haring Hatoum Havekost Hiebert Hirschhorn Hirst Höfer Holzer Hütte Hume Hutchinson Indiana Jaar Jacobson Judd Kapoor Kelley/Oursler Kentridge Kippenberger Knoebel deKooning Koons Kosuth Kounellis LaVerdiere LeWitt Lichtenstein Long Longo Lutter Mangold Mapplethorpe Marder Mehretu Merz Morris Morrison Mucha Murakami Nauman Nara/Sugito Neshat Oursler Paik Pardo Pierson Pistoletto Polke Prince Quinn Rainer Rauschenberg Rhode Richter Richter Rist Rondinone Ruff Ruscha Ryman Sandback Sasnal Schnabel Schütte Scully Serra Sherman Sierra Skreber Stella Struth Sugimoto Tillmans Trockel Turrell Tuttle Tuymans Twombly Uslé Wall Warhol Weiner Whiteread Wool

 
 
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