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“A Live Center of Information”: The Paris Connection, or, Of What Was Beaubourg the End?
— Kim West

— Yann Chateigné

London, London
— Richard Parry

An Image that Can Be Inhabited
— Lotte Arndt

The Hiking Trail Around the Airport
— Peter Fischli

Clifton Clifton
— Jeanne Graff

On Juliana Huxtable, A Split During Laughter at the Rally, at Reena Spaulings, New York
— Christian Haye

Supreme, On Till Megerle at Christian Andersen, Copenhagen
— Anke Dyes

On Tobias Kaspar at kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga
— Oleg Frolov

On Show Me Your Archive and I Will Tell You Who is in Power, at Kiosque, Ghent
— Giovanna Zapperi

Company Man, On Thinking of readymades belong to everyone® at Greene Naftali, New York
— Liam Considine

On Charges (The Supplicants) by Elfriede Jelinek
— Camilla Wills

Limited Edition #20

Merlin Carpenter, Texte zur Kunst, 2017


Signed magazine,
6.5 x 9 in., 256 p.
Edition of 80 + 20 A.P.

The limited edition is a readymade — the current issue of the magazine Texte zur Kunst, signed.
This edition is one of an ongoing series of readymade works by Merlin Carpenter.
Like May, Texte zur Kunst offers editions for sale. Here an edition for May is the Texte zur Kunst magazine itself, for sale at ten times cover price.

150 euros + shipping
To order this edition, please contact editions@mayrevue.com