January 5–31, 2012
Michalis Pichler, JANUARY 5–31, 2012 (Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012).
Michalis Pichler, JANUARY 5–31, 2012 (Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012).
Michalis Pichler, JANUARY 5–31, 2012 (Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012).
Michalis Pichler, JANUARY 5–31, 2012 (Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012).
Michalis Pichler, JANUARY 5–31, 2012 (Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012).
Michalis Pichler, JANUARY 5–31, 2012 (Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012).
Michalis Pichler, JANUARY 5–31, 2012 (Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012).
Michalis Pichler, JANUARY 5–31, 2012 (Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012).
January 5–31, 2012
Berlin: ”greatest hits”, 2012
210 x 175 mm, 20pp
Xeroxed, spiral binding
ed. 400 copies
ISBN 
978-3-86874-010-3

In 1969 Seth Siegelaub organized an exhibition (and publication) with the title January 5 – 31, 1969, one of the first exhibition projects of conceptual art, with the participation of Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth and Lawrence Weiner. Back then there was already talking about a so-called "linguistic turn" that had been taken place in the visual arts and in consequence led to idea art. ­Nevertheless one could hardly deny, that those artistic / poetic strategies are being reused and radicalized around the turn of the millennium and recently. January 5 – 31, 2012 is gathering some of these positions. Like in the predecessor, every contributor has four pages (a list of works, two depictions, and a statement page).


bibliography:
January 5 – 31, 1969, edited by Seth Siegelaub (New York: 1969)

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