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CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 12/2/2019

Join Artbook at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019!

Visit Artbook Bookstore December 5–8, 2019, in the West Lobby of the Miami Beach Convention Center! The bookstore is outside of the ticketed area and open to the public. In addition to art monographs, major surveys, holiday gift and children's books, we are pleased to offer photo editions from Damiani and Skira, as well as a selection of wares from Third Drawer Down and AREAWARE. Signed copies in our booth include Adam Pendleton: Our Ideas and Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness, while limited editions include Painting the Stage: Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, Daido Moriyama in Color: Now, and Never Again, Arthur Elgort: I Love... and Tom Bianchi: 63 E 9th Street: NYC Polaroids 1975–1983, among others.
In-store signings are with AA Bronson, Elmgreen & Dragset and Jose Dávila. PLUS: Join us through the week at Art|Basel Conversations, where we will be hosting signings following panels with Hans Ulrich Obrist, Precious Okoyomon, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Antwaun Sargeant, David Wallace-Wells and Alexis Rockman. The Conversations series will be held in the Auditorium in the West Lobby. The program is free and open to the public. For the full schedule of talks and panels, click here.

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A SELECTION OF LIMITED EDITIONS & FEATURED TITLES ARE BELOW. SCROLL DOWN FOR TALKS & SIGNINGS DURING ART BASEL MIAMI.


Join Artbook at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019!
ABOVE: DOROTHY IANNONE: THIS CARD BRINGS WHAT EVERY ONE WANTS, 2019. EDITION OF 99, JPR|EDITIONS
This 7-color lithograph, measuring 31.49" x 23.62," is published in an edition of 99 copies, each of which is signed by Iannone, numbered and stamped. $701.
This Card Brings What Every One Wants is emblematic of Iannone’s distinctive, colorful, explicit, comic-book style and of her openness about sexuality and the strengthening of female autonomy. The lithograph reproduces a page from Iannone’s The (Ta)Rot Pack (1968–1969), a substantial body of work which narrates her life and love affair with artist Dieter Roth while living in Germany, France and Iceland, and testifies to a period Iannone has described as "always immersed in the beloved."

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ABOVE: TOM OTTERNESS: ZODIAC LOVE, 2019. OPEN EDITION PLASTER SCULPTURES, BUCHHANDLUNG WALTHER KÖNIG
The Zodiac series was an open edition made between 1982 and 1987. It is not known how many were made. The height of each plaster sculpture is variable, while the length and width are 6" x 3.5." This reissue was published in 2019. $115 each.

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ABOVE: MAN RAY: CADEAU (GIFT), 1921/1974. EDITION OF 5000, ARTURO SCHWARZ, MILAN
Iron, 6 3/4" x 4" x 4" with 14 copper nails. Edition of 5000 numbered copies with title and signature printed on the handle. The attached certificate is signed and numbered by hand. The prototype for this edition was made in 1921, but lost. The artist authorized and signed this edition in 1974. $1200.

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ABOVE: THE RIHANNA BOOK (FENTY x PHAIDON) WITH TATTOOED HAND STAND, 2019. PHAIDON.
This oversized limited edition has both a front and back cover. It is 504 pages with 1,050 color images on 3 paper stocks and 7 single- and double-page gatefolds, 9 bound-in booklets, 1 tip-in sheet, and a double-sided, removable poster. In collaboration with the artist/designers The Haas Brothers, Rihanna created a distinctive stand to cradle the book inspired by her own tattooed hands. The die cut, green-coated steel stand is named This Sh*t is Heavy because the book weighs in at 16 pounds. $175.

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ABOVE: PAINTING THE STAGE: ILYA & EMILIA KABAKOV, 2019. EDITION OF 60, SKIRA.
For this extraordinary tour de force of bookmaking, the acclaimed Swiss architect Mario Botta has designed a 16" x 16" walnut sculpture that houses a luxurious clothbound edition of Denise Wendel-Poray's 444-page Painting the Stage—a pioneering history of the relationship between opera and art—with a signed, numbered print from The Flies: A Musical Phantasmagoria by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. $5,000.

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ABOVE: KOHEI YOSHIYUKI: THE PARK, 2019. EDITION OF 500, RADIUS BOOKS/YOSSI MILO.
This limited edition of Kohei Yoshiyuki: The Park brings this collectible classic back into print with eight never-before-seen images, as well as documentation of the rare 1980 Japanese zines that predated the 2007 Hatje Cantz/Yossi Milo edition. Includes a signed copy of the book with a facsimile reproduction of the 1980 Japanese publication Document Koen (Document Park), offered together in a special presentation box. $150.

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ABOVE: ARTHUR ELGORT: I LOVE…, 2019. EDITION OF 30, DAMIANI.
This limited edition of 30 copies is signed and numbered by Arthur Elgort and comes with the gelatin silver print, "Gia Carangi, Fire Island" (1980), 14" x 11." $850.


TALKS & SIGNINGS DURING ART BASEL MIAMI

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2019: 10–11:30 AM | Conversations
Artists' Influences
Precious Okoyomon, poet and artist; Rirkrit Tiravanija, artist; Hans Ulrich Obrist, Artistic Director, Serpentine Galleries.
Precious Okoyomon will sign Ajebota (Bottlecap Press).
Rirkrit Tiravanija will sign The Bastard Cookbook (Garret Publications).
Hans Ulrich Obrist will sign An Exhibition Always Hides Another Exhibition (Sternberg Press) and other titles.
Miami Beach Convention Center Auditorium, West Lobby | Book signing with all panelists to follow

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019: 12 PM | Artbook
Jose Dávila will sign The Feather and the Elephant (Hatje Cantz).
Artbook Bookstore, West Lobby

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019: 2.30 PM | Artbook
Elmgreen & Dragset will sign Elmgreen & Dragset: Sculptures (Hatje Cantz), published on the occasion of their exhibition currently on view at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
Artbook Bookstore, West Lobby

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019: 4 PM | Artbook
AA Bronson will sign Ziggurat: General Idea 1968–1994 (Mitchell-Innes & Nash). General Idea: A Retrospective (1969–1994) (JRP | Ringier) will also be available.
Artbook Bookstore, West Lobby

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019: 5–6 PM | Conversations
New Ways of Seeing – Photography Now: Michael Hoeh, collector; Paul Mpagi Sepuya, photographer. Moderated by Antwaun Sargent, art critic and writer.
Antwaun Sargent will sign The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion (Aperture).
Miami Beach Convention Center Auditorium, West Lobby | Book signing with Antwaun Sargent to follow

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2019: 1–2 PM | Conversations
Confronting Climate Change Denial: Allison Janae Hamilton, artist; Alexis Rockman, artist; Sonia Succar Ferré, Cities Program Manager, The Nature Conservancy, Miami; David Wallace-Wells, Deputy Editor and Climate Columnist, New York Magazine. Moderated by Stefanie Hessler, Director, Kunsthall Trondheim.
David Wallace-Wells will sign The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming (Tim Duggan Books) and Alexis Rockman will sign Wallace's Line (Baldwin Gallery) and New Mexico Field Drawings (SITE Santa Fe).
Miami Beach Convention Center Auditorium, West Lobby | Book signing with Alexis Rockman and David Wallace-Wells to follow

Join Artbook at Art Basel Miami Beach 2019!

ABOUT ARTBOOK BOOKSTORE
The Artbook Bookstore at Art Basel Miami Beach runs December 3–8 and is open to the public outside of the ticketed area in the center of the West Lobby of the Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Drive Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information about Artbook Bookstore at Art Basel Miami, email shelgason@artbook.com.


FAIR HOURS
Meridians Opening (by invitation only)
Tuesday, December 3: 4–7 PM

Private Day (by invitation only)
Wednesday, December 4: 11 AM–8 PM

Vernissage (by invitation only)
Thursday, December 5: 11 AM–3 PM

Public Days
Thursday, December 5: 3–8 PM
Friday, December 6: 12–8 PM
Saturday, December 7: 12–8 PM
Sunday, December 8: 12–6 PM


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Art Basel|Year 49

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