LACY SOTO | DATE 2/8/2020
Frieze Los Angeles returns after the sold-out success of its inaugural edition and Artbook is back as well setting up shop in our storefront on the New York City Backlot of Paramount Pictures Studios. Located at Storefront S3, our temporary bookstore will present new and classic monographs, signed books, children’s books, critical theory collections and books on contemporary culture, alongside the special and limited editions listed below. Signings with artist Todd Gray, artist/writer Warren Neidich, photographer Matthew Fox, photographer Peter Berlin and meet and greet with The Haas Brothers. For more information about books and editions at Artbook Bookstore at Frieze Los Angeles, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIMITED EDITIONS — SPECIAL FOR FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
Peter Berlin. Icon, Artist, Photosexual (Limited Edition)
Artist, model and filmmaker Peter Berlin created some of the most legendary erotic imagery of his day. What began as studies in self-portraiture and fashion design in the name of cruising, by the early 1970s had turned into a robust artistic practice that included the creation of two films and innumerable photographs, paintings and illustrations. Spotlighting Berlin’s significant body of work, Peter Berlin: Icon, Artist, Photosexual pays tribute to the man who revolutionized the landscape of gay male eroticism and became an international sensation.
A numbered edition of 50 gelatin silver prints signed by Peter Berlin.
Damiani | 2019 | Edition 50 | $700
Stop by the Artbook @ Frieze LA Bookstore on Saturday, February 15th at 4 PM to meet Peter Berlin and get his book Peter Berlin. Icon, Artist, Photosexual signed by him.
Man Ray. Cadeau (Gift), 1921/1974 (Limited Edition)
Cadeau, 1921, editioned replica, is one of the best-known surrealistic objects. An everyday flat iron with a single row of fourteen nails making it inversive of its function. This object represents dada and surrealism overthrow of the rule of logic.
Edition produced by Arturo Schwarz, Milan in 1974. The prototype for this edition was made in 1921, but lost. The artist authorized and signed this edition. The attached certificate is signed and numbered by hand.
Iron, 17 x 10 x 10 cm / 6 3/4 x 4 x 4 in, with 14 copper nails. Edition: 5000 numbered copies with title and signature printed on the handle, signed certificate.
Arturo Schwarz | Milan | 1974 | Edition 5000 | $1200
Dorothy Iannone. This Card Brings What Every One Wants (Limited Edition)
This print 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 (1968–69), 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.
7-color lithograph, measuring 31.5 x 23.5 in. signed by Iannone, numbered and stamped.
JRP|EDITIONS | 2019 | Edition 99 | $701
Editions by Cecily Brown, Lubaina Himid, Bharti Kher, Catherine Opie, Jenny Saville, and Dana Schutz, six artists featured in the book Great Women Artists
Six full color digital archival prints on photo lustre 260 g. paper, 20 x 24 in.
Phaidon | 2019 | Edition 100 | Portfolio | $9000 | Single prints $1500
Billy Name. The Silver Age Deluxe (Limited Edition)
The Silver Age is the definitive collection of Billy Name’s black-and-white photographs from Andy Warhol’s Factory, during the period 1964–68. Produced in collaboration with Name, it features a foreword by John Cale, an introduction by Glenn O'Brien and contributions from Factory alumnae including Gerard Malanga, Viva, Allen ‘Midgette, Brigid Berlin and more. The limited edition of Billy Name. The Silver Age is presented in a bespoke clamshell box, it includes an archival pigment print, signed, numbered and stamped by Billy Name.
Reel Art Press | Edition 100 | $1200
Dennis Hopper. Colors, The Polaroids (Limited Edition)
Dennis Hopper returned to Los Angeles in the mid-’80s. In 1987, Hopper photographed gang graffiti in Los Angeles with a Polaroid camera. Hopper firmly considered himself an “abstract expressionist and action painter by nature, and a Duchampian finger pointer by choice,” subscribing wholeheartedly to the idea that “the artist of the future will merely point his finger and say it’s art–and it will be art."
Damiani | 2016 | Edition 50 | $500
Tom Otterness. Zodiac Love
Tom Otterness (born 1952) is an American sculptor known as one of America’s most prolific public artists, whose works adorn parks, plazas, subway stations, libraries, courthouses and museums and Buchhandlung Walther König in Cologne Germany.
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 in. This reissue was made in 2019.
Each Zodiac | $115
ARTBOOK EVENTS AND SIGNINGS DURING FRIEZE LOS ANGELES
Friday, February 14 at 12 PM | Frieze Los Angeles Street Fair
Artist Todd Gray will sign Euclidean Gris Gris (Pomona College Museum of Art).
Saturday, February 15 at 1 PM | Artbook @ Frieze LA Bookstore
Artist and writer Warren Neidich will sign Glossary of Cognitive Activism (Archive Books).
Saturday, February 15th at 2 PM | Artbook @ Frieze LA Bookstore
Meet and Greet with The Haas Brothers celebrating Rihanna: Luxury Supreme Drippy + The Brain Edition (Phaidon) and pre-order inscribed copies of Rihanna: Fenty x Phaidon.
Saturday, February 15th at 3 PM | Frieze Los Angeles Street Fair
Photographer Matthew Fox will sign I Saw the Sign (Damiani).
Saturday, February 15th at 4 PM | Artbook @ Frieze LA Bookstore
Photographer and sex symbol superstar Peter Berlin will sign Icon, Artist, Photosexual (Damiani).
Thursday Preview, February 13: By Invitation only
Friday, February 14: 11AM–8PM: Preview & Private View
Saturday, February 15: 11AM–7PM
Sunday, February 16: 11AM–6PM
Artbook Bookstore at Frieze Los Angeles 2020
Paramount Pictures Studios Backlot
5555 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Hbk, 9 x 12 in. / 208 pgs / illustrated throughout.
$50.00 free shipping