Paul Flora, Carnevale Veneziano, 1982


Editions – Winter Offer 2020

At the turn of the year, the Kunstverein has prepared a new overview of its editions for you.

The purchase not only supports the Kunstverein and the artists, but 25 percent of each edition’s price goes to the Stuttgart initiative called Künstler*innensoforthilfe Stuttgart (Immediate Aid for Artists).

The annual edition by Ines Doujak was produced by springerin. By purchasing it, you are providing 100 percent support for the art magazine, an essential voice in art criticism that is also currently suffering from a drop in income.

The Kunstverein offers editions by the following artists:

Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag
Ines Doujak
NOH Suntag
Dan Perjoschi
Stan Douglas
Anna Oppermann
Claudia and Julia Müller
John Hilliard
Michael Craig-Martin
Stephen Craig
Norbert Prangenberg and Rolf Steiner
Paul Flora
Lambert Maria Wintersberger
Gerd Winner

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Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag

(born 1965 in Lübeck, Germany)

Rauschen (Noise), 2019
Artist’s book, Merve Verlag, Leipzig, 2019, 204 pages, German and English
with vinyl record, 12''
Edition: 1,000
Price: 90.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition

The composer and theorist Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag combines visual art, new music, and media aesthetics in his works. His predominantly space-related works of art are shown and performed worldwide. Sonntag’s solo exhibition Rauschen (Noise), which could be seen and heard at the Württembergischer Kunstverein in 2015, explored the relationships between noise, intoxication, and technology. This artist’s book, published as an edition, includes images and essays on the exhibition as well as a vinyl record of the artist’s two compositions Rauschen (2015) and Pacific Nocturne (2013).

Exhibitions and Festivals (Selection)

2020 7th Mediations Biennale, Poznan, Poland (group exhibition)
2019 Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany (solo exhibition)
2017 4th Project Biennial D-0 ARK Underground, Konjic, Bosnia and Herzegovina (group exhibition)
2017 documenta 14, Kassel, Germany (concert)
2017 Tieranatomisches Theater, Berlin, Germany (solo exhibition)
2015 Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany (solo exhibition)
2013 Transmediale, Berlin, Germany (group exhibition)
2012 Manif d’Art 6, Biennale, Québec City, Canada (group exhibition)

Ines Doujak

Ines Doujak, Skins, 2016
Loomshuttler, WarpathsAn EccentricArchive, 2010–2018
Dirty Secret, 2016

(born 1959 in Klagenfurt, Austria)

Skins, 2016
Produced by the art magazine springerin

Fine art print, 32 x 32 cm, numbered and signed
Edition: 100 + 20 A.P.
Total price (incl. artist’s book and booklets): 400.- euros plus VAT

Edition Publications
Ines Doujak and John Barker

Loomshuttler, Warpaths
An Eccentric Archive, 2010–18
Artist’s book, Spector Books, Leipzig, 2018, 341 pages,
English, edited by the LENTOS Kunstmuseum Linz
and the Württembergischer Kunstverein, 2016

Dirty Secret, 2016
8 booklets, Holzhausen, Vienna, 2016, 16 pages per issue,
English or German, edited by Ines Doujak
and the Württembergischer Kunstverein
with texts by Ines Doujak and John Barker,  
Design by Markus Wörgötter

About the Edition

The collage Skins by Ines Doujak, produced by the art magazine springerin, draws on original charts and a medical atlas from early twentieth century. Human body parts are intertwined with views of plants and animals in a way that creates intermediate beings that cannot be assigned to any single species. Accompanying the edition is the artist’s book Loomshuttler, Warpaths by Ines Doujak and John Barker, which was produced in cooperation between the Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz and the Württembergischer Kunstverein. This is a long-standing project that explores, in different formats, the entanglements between textiles, fashion, colonialism, violence, and globalized production relations. In 2016, Ines Doujak was represented at the Württembergischer Kunstverein with the solo exhibition Not Dressed for Conquering, which was based on this project. In the context of the exhibition, eight individually designed booklets were also created, and they accompany this edition as well.  

Proceeds from the sale will go to the Austrian art magazine springerin to support critical art journalism.  

Exhibitions (Selection)
2019 Bergen Assembly, Bergen, Norway (group exhibition)
2018 Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kochi, India (group exhibition)
2018 Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna, Austria (solo exhibition)
2017 Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany (solo exhibition)
2015 School of Kiev, Biennale, Kiev, Ukraine (group exhibition)
2015 Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA), Barcelona, Spain (group exhibition)
2014 31st Biennale, São Paulo, Brazil (group exhibition)
2013 Busan Biennale 2012, Busan, South Korea (group exhibition)
2007 documenta 12, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)

NOH Suntag

(born 1971 in Seoul, South Korea)

State of Emergency #25, 2008
Pigment fine art print on photographic paper, image: 33.3 x 50 cm, sheet: 42 x 59.4 cm, signed
Edition: 20
Price: 400.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition
NOH Suntag is one of the most advanced photographic artists in South Korea. His works have attracted a great deal of attention in recent years. The photograph in this edition is from the series State of Emergency, which explores the conflicts caused by the US military presence in South Korea. Specifically, the photograph refers to riots between demonstrators and police in Daechu-ri, where a US military base was to be expanded. “The impression of the unreal in these extreme scenes, which take place in broad daylight and are neither rationally explainable nor comprehensible, immediately overlaps with images from spectacular war films, romantic dramas, or religious paintings” (NOH Suntag).

Exhibitions (Selection)

2019 Bergen Assembly, Bergen, Norway (group exhibition)
2018 Gwangju Museum of Photography, Gwangju, South Korea (solo exhibition)
2017 Art Sonje Center, Seoul, South Korea (solo exhibition)
2012 9th Biennale, Gwangju, South Korea (group exhibition)
2012 Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Canada (group exhibition)
2010 Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea (group exhibition)
2009 La Virreina Centre de la Imatge, Barcelona, Spain (solo exhibition)
2008 Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany (solo exhibition)

Dan Perjovschi

(born 1961 in Sibiu, Romania)

Trash, 2008

Drawing, 21 x 29.7 cm, signed, dated, numbered, and titled
Edition: 15
Price: 500.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition
With sharp irony, Dan Perjovschi comments on the absurdity and cynicism of the “brave new world” in his drawings, which are created daily with just a few strokes of the pen. Current topics from the world news are pointed out, as are general social phenomena or things that affect the artist personally. The figures in Perjovschi’s micro- or macro-worlds confront the pressures of the global whole sometimes helplessly, sometimes with tragicomic hubris, sometimes with a blatant lust for power or petty opportunism. Perjovschi expansively populates the walls of exhibition institutions with his figures and scenarios. He produces newspapers and artists’ books, as well as inserts for magazines and publications.

Exhibitions (Selection)
2020 Horst-Janssen-Museum, Oldenburg Germany (solo exhibition)
2020 Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria, (group exhibition)
2019 A4 Arts Foundation, Cape Town, South Africa (solo exhibition)
2017 Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany (solo exhibition)
2016 NewBridge Project Space, Newcastle, United Kingdom (solo exhibition)
2011 Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea (solo exhibition)
2007 Museum of Modern Art, New York City, USA (solo exhibition)
2007 52nd Biennale, Venice, Italy (group exhibition)
1999 48th Biennale, Venice, Italy (group exhibition)

Stan Douglas

(born 1960 in Vancouver, Canada)

Courtroom, 2007

C-print, laminated on aluminum, 90 x 100 cm, framed and signed
Edition: 7
Price: 9,700.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition

Stan Douglas, a three-time participant at documenta in Kassel, showed his first comprehensive solo exhibition worldwide, Past Imperfect – Works 1986–2007, at the Württembergischer Kunstverein in cooperation with the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart in 2007. The photograph Courtroom shows the eighteenth-century anatomical theater of the Université René Descartes in Paris, which served as one of the locations for the film Vidéo. The Justitia in the picture, with a bloody tear flowing out from under her blindfold, was a prop. The video installation makes equal reference to Samuel Beckett’s Film, Franz Kafka’s novel The Trial, and its film adaptation by Orson Welles.
In 2022, Stan Douglas will represent Canada at the Venice Biennale.

Exhibitions (Selection)
2020 Julia Stoschek Collection, Berlin, Germany (group exhibition).
2019 58th Biennale, Venice, Italy (group exhibition).
2019 14th Biennale, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (group exhibition)
2014 The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland (solo exhibition)
2013 Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (group exhibition)
2012 Minneapolis Institute of Art , Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA (solo exhibition)
2007 Staatsgalerie Stuttgart and Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany (solo exhibition)
2002 documenta 11, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)
1997 documenta 10, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)
1992 documenta 9, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)

Anna Oppermann

(born 1940 in Eutin, Germany, died 1993 in Celle, Germany)

Being different (“Somehow she is so different...”) – Portrait A. O., 1980

Black-and-white photograph on baryta paper (hand print), 60.5 x 51 cm,
certificate stamp of the estate of Anna Oppermann
Edition: 10
Price: 1,800.- euro plus VAT

About the Edition
This edition is a special photo excerpt from the ensemble Anders Sein (“Somehow she is so different...”). In Anders Sein, Anna Oppermann circles around her own fears as an outsider in art and society. Oppermann created the edition of ten hand prints offered here in 1985.
In 2007, the Württembergischer Kunstverein presented the world’s first comprehensive solo exhibition of the artist’s work after her death, which resulted in many national and international exhibitions, as well as public acquisitions that secured Oppermann’s work.  

Exhibitions (Selection)
2019 Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany (solo exhibition)
2019 Carpenter Center for Visual Arts, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (solo exhibition)
2018 Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, Florida, USA (group exhibition)
2017 Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany (group exhibition)
2017 S.M.A.K., Ghent, Belgium (solo exhibition)
2016 Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid, Spain (group exhibition)
2014 Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus and Kunstbau, Munich, Germany (group exhibition)
2013 Bergen Assembly, Bergen, Norway (group exhibition)
2012 30th Biennale, São Paulo, Brazil (group exhibition)
2007 Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, Germany (solo exhibition)
1999 MoMA PS1, New York, USA (solo exhibition)
1987 documenta 8, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)
1984 5th Biennale, Sydney, Australia (group exhibition)
1980 39th Biennale, Venice, Italy (group exhibition)
1977 documenta 6, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)

Claudia and Julia Müller

(born 1964 / 1965 in Basel, Swiss)

Lists (Boat Trip), 2004

Silkscreen (12-color, on Modigliani paper, 320 gm²), 60 x 45 cm, signed and numbered
Edition: 50
Price: 100.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition
The two Swiss sisters Claudia and Julia Müller create compositions that draw on everyday images within their works. They are searching for the subversive in the seemingly trivial. Through the working process of reproducing, copying, and tracing, the shopping lists, reminders, packing lists, and noted inventories lose their banality. Regardless of their abstractness and anonymity, they become portraits in which personal, human qualities shine through handwritten features, deletions, ink blots, and other meticulously copied mistakes. Listen (Schiffreise) contains the enumeration of things to be taken on a ship by a “lyrical I.” In 2004, the Württembergischer Kunstverein presented Human Territories, the first comprehensive solo exhibition of the two artists in Germany.

Exhibitions (Selection)

2017 Kunstmuseum Basel, Switzerland (group exhibition)
2015 Maccarone Gallery, New York, USA (solo exhibition)
2005 Haus der Kunst, Munich, Germany (group exhibition)
1997 Kunsthalle Basel, Switzerland (solo exhibition)

John Hilliard

© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020

(born 1945 in Lancaster, Great Britain)

Illumination, 2000

Iris print, image: 35.3 x 30.5 cm, sheet: 50 x 40 cm, signed, dated, numbered, and titled
Edition: 24 + 6
Price: 700.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition

John Hilliard was represented with a comprehensive retrospective at the Württembergischer Kunstverein in 1999. He is considered one of the most important representatives of conceptual photography. His pictures are a play of enigmatic montages that leave horizons of meaning largely open — in terms of both form and content. Illumination is the result of his working method in the 1990s, moving the action to the periphery while barricading or even eliminating the center of the image. The white space in the center can thus operate as a formal intervention, but also as a blind spot in the middle of an untold plot.

Exhibitions (Selection)

2018 Tate Modern, London, UK (group exhibition)
2016 Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, South Korea (group exhibition)
2014 Albertina Museum, Vienna, Austria (group exhibition)
2003 Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany (group exhibition)
1977 documenta 6, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)

Michael Craig-Martin

© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020

(born 1941 in Dublin, Ireland)

Painting, 1999

Silkscreen print, 5-color on cardboard, 38 x 45 cm, signed, dated, and numbered on the reverse
Edition: 50
Price: 600.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition
Reduced to their clear outlines and presented in captivating colors, Michael Craig-Martin translates everyday objects onto the wall. A pair of scissors, a pipe, and a glass of water become information-aesthetic artistic objects. His approach is taken to the extreme in painting: What is the picture here and what is the frame?
In 1999, his works were shown as part of the solo exhibition And sometimes a cigar is just a cigar at the Württembergischer Kunstverein. Craig-Martin is one of the main representatives of British conceptual art. In 2016, he was awarded a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth for his artistic achievements.

Exhibitions (Selection)
2019 Design Museum, London, UK (group exhibition)
2015 Shanghai Himalayas Museum, Shanghai, China (solo exhibition)
1991 Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA (solo exhibition)
1977 documenta 6, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)
1975 8th Biennale, São Paulo, Brazil (group exhibition)

Stephen Craig

(born 1960 in Larne, Northern Ireland)

The Two Cities, 1999

Silkscreen print, 75 x 105 cm, signed, dated, and numbered
Edition: 20 + 5
Price: 350.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition

Stephen Craig’s solo exhibition The Two Cities and the Phantasy Apparatus was held at the Württembergischer Kunstverein in 1999. Based on the plan to transform Ambrogio Lorenzetti’s large fresco The City under the Good and the Bad Government, located in Sienna’s City Palace, into an architectural fantasy, the work was created that Craig was able to realize for the first time at the Württembergischer Kunstverein. Two Cities is the result of Stephen Craig’s many years of investigation into the past and present of architecture. The same applies to the silkscreen, which appeared as an edition and was conceived as a two-dimensional counterpart to the gridded cities that formed the core of his sculptural work as City 1 and City 2. Numerous allusions can be found in it — from Vitruvius’ ideas of an ideal city to Giorgio and Filarete to the utopias of a future megapolis, such as those hinted at in the organized chaos of metropolises like Los Angeles.

Exhibitions (Selection)
2015 Marta Herford, Herford, Germany (group exhibition)
2009 Museum Tinguely, Basel, Switzerland (group exhibition)
2000 Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany (group exhibition)
1997 documenta 10, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)

Norbert Prangenberg and Rolf Steiner

© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020

(N.P.: born 1949 in Nettesheim, Germany, died 2012 in Krefeld, Germany,
R.S.: born 1951 in Cologne, Germany)

Segur de Calafel 1963 – New York 1970 – Tanger 1977 – Lavaur Delbos 1980 – Barcelona 1983 – Varanasi 1993, 1996–97

Portfolio with six watercolors, portfolio: 31 x 68 cm, each portfolio signed and numbered in the printing note, each sheet signed on the front
Edition: 6
Price: 600.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition

This is a joint portfolio work by Norbert Prangenberg and Rolf Steiner.
Norbert Prangenberg exhibited his work at the Württembergischer Kunstverein in 1996. Prangenberg’s early work is based on simple geometric forms. In the act of painting, pastel and watercolors combine to create exciting pictorial compositions. Rolf Steiner is active as a writer and as a visual artist.

N.P.: Exhibitions (Selection)

2019 Ernst Barlach Haus, Hamburg, Germany (solo exhibition)
2014 Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany (solo exhibition)
2014 Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Germany (group exhibition)
1986 6th Biennale, Sydney, Australia (group exhibition)
1982 documenta 7, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)

R.S.: Exhibitions (Selection)
2008 Kunstwerk, Cologne, Germany (solo exhibition)
2002 Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany (group exhibition)

Paul Flora

(born 1922 in Glurns, South Tyrol, died 2009 in Innsbruck, Austria)

Carnevale Veneziano, 1982

Lithograph, approx. 30 x 40 cm, signed and dated
Edition: 100
Price: 150.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition
Paul Flora was one of Austria’s best-known caricaturists. With provocative sharpness and irony, he captured the political world of his time in fine strokes on paper. He worked for newspapers such as Die Zeit or The Observer and produced his own texts in addition to his artistic works. In Glurns in South Tyrol, the Paul Flora Museum commemorates him. The city of Venice and the carnival were a recurring motif in his caricatures. The lithograph Carnevale Veneziano from 1982 has a special topicality in the year 2020.

Exhibitions (Selection)
2019 Hans-Thoma-Kunstmuseum, Bernau im Schwarzwald, Germany (solo exhibition)
2016 Tiroler Landesmuseum Ferdinandeum, Innsbruck, Austria (solo exhibition)
2010 Caricature Museum, Krems, Austria (solo exhibition)
1966 33rd Biennale, Venice, Italy (group exhibition)
1950 25th Biennale, Venice, Italy (group exhibition)

Lambert Maria Wintersberger

© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020

(born 1941 in Munich, Germany, died 2013 in Walbourg, France)

Untitled, 1973

Silkscreen print, image: 40 x 55 cm / sheet: 50 x 70 cm, signed, dated, and numbered
Edition: 100
Price: 100.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition

Lambert Maria Wintersberger did not depict situations but took them apart down to their components. In his works of art created between 1965 and 1975, he responded to Pop Art. Wintersberger’s works were shown in the exhibition Malerei 1981–2001 at the Württembergischer Kunstverein in 2001. He was part of the Berlin group Großgörschen 35, a self-help gallery for artists.

Exhibitions (Selection)
2014 Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt am Main, Germany (group exhibition)
2008 Stadthalle Kehl, Kehl am Rhein, Germany (solo exhibition)
1985 Goethe-Institut, London, Great Britain (group exhibition)
1982 11th Biennale, São Paulo, Brazil (group exhibition)

Gerd Winner

(born 1936 in Braunschweig, Germany)

Free Trade Wharf, 1972

Silkscreen print, 6-color, 69.5 x 104.5 cm, signed and numbered
Edition: 150
Price: 100.- euros plus VAT

About the Edition

Gerd Winner became known for his large-format silkscreen works, which he has presented in public spaces. Not only the city as the exhibition venue itself, but also the motivic confrontation with urban cultures characterize his working method. In addition to metropolises such as Berlin or New York, it was and still is London in particular or, in the meantime, Paris, which has left a mark on his work.

Exhibitions (Selection)
2020 Mönchehaus Museum Goslar, Goslar, Germany (solo exhibition)
2019 Rathausgalerie Kunsthalle, Munich, Germany (solo exhibition)
2014 Zeughaushalle, Wolfenbüttel, Germany (group exhibition)
1976 documenta 6, Kassel, Germany (group exhibition)

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