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Jorge del Castillo — Canta sola a Lisi

Canta sola a Lisi. Poems by Francisco de Quevedo Prints by Jorge del Castillo Prologue by Pablo Neruda.

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“Page break”. Exhibition of artist books

Salt de pàgina

Polytechnic University of Valencia Page break. Exhibition of artist books from the collection of the university. Curated by Antonio Alcaraz. Los Trabajos de Persiles y Segismundo. Miguel de Cervantes & José Pedro Croft. CINNAMON. Joan Brossa & Rafa Forteza. Until

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International Print Art Fair (NY) — Editions/Artist Book Fair (NY)

Preparing new editions for fairs: — INTERNATIONAL PRINT FAIR de New York — EDITIONS/ARTIST BOOK FAIR de de New York (/) Tristan Barbarà editions

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Jose Pedro Croft — Salto de páxina. O libro de artista no século XXI

L’Auditori de Galicia, inaugura “Salto de páxina. O libro de artista no século XXI” exposició on es poden veure el libre de J. Pedro Croft “Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda”

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Dither Roth — Suite Selfportrait

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Joan Barbarà and bibliophile — 1 Sep.– 30 Sep. 2015. National Library of Catalonia

"El pi de les tres branques" (detalle). Aguafuerte, 38 x 80 cm.

Biblioteca de Catalunya Carrer de l’Hospital, 56. Barcelona, Catalunya. 1 Sep. – 30 Sep. – 2015 www.bnc.cat Joan Barbarà (Barcelona, ​​1927-2013) was one of the most accredited recorders Catalan twentieth century; by Francesc Miralles, from a technical standpoint, was possibly

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Joan Barbarà — Eivissa (1948-2008)

Joan Barbarà — Eivissa (1948-2008)

Joan Barbarà, Miquel Dolç, Joan Triadú, B.Porcel. Ed. 80 Ex. Tallers Calcogràfics Joan Barbarà. Tristan Barbarà editions. Barcelona.

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Ràfols-Casamada, Albert

Ràfols-Cassamada

Albert Ràfols-Casamada Ediciones

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Salvador Dalí — Editions

Salvador Dalí.
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Jorge Oteiza — Editions

Jorge Oteiza
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Riera i Aragó — Editions

Riera i Aragó
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Albert Ràfols-Casamada — Editions

Ràfols-Cassamada
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Quicu Estivill — Editions

Quicu Estivill
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Pierre Collin — Editions

Pierre Collin
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José Ney Mila — Editions

José Ney
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Michael Byron — Editions

Michael Byron
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Ocho (Alexis Leyva Machado)

Kcho
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Joseph Beuys — Editions

Joseph Beuys
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Joan Sastre — Editions

Joan Sastre
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Pazos, Carlos

Carlos Pazos

Carlos Pazos (Barcelona, ​​23 December 1949) is a Catalan artist. He initially studied architecture, but later specialized in art and design at the Eina School in Barcelona. He began exhibiting in 1969 at the exhibition hall of the Barcelona Athenaeum,

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Francesc Abad — Large shape

Francesc Abad
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August Puig — Editions

August Puig
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Miquel Barceló — Editions

Miquel Barceló
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José Pedro Croft — Large format

José Pedro Croft
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Rafa Forteza — Large Format

Rafa Forteza
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Víctor Mira — Large format

Victor Mira
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Carlos Pazos — Large shape

Carlos Pazos
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Josep Maria Riera i Aragó

Josep Maria Riera i Aragó
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Jaume Plensa — Large shape

Jaume Plensa

Jaume Plensa

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Antoni Tàpies — Large shape

Antoni Tàpies
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Joaquim Chancho — Editions

Joaquim Chancho
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Alaleh Alamir — Editions

Alaleh Alamir
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Madeleine Dietz — Editions

Madaleine Dietz

Madeleine Dietz

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Josep Maria Riera i Aragó — Editions

Josep Maria Riera i Aragó
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Jorge Queiroz — Editions

Jorge Queiroz
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Jaume Plensa — Editions

Jaume Plensa
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Francisco Tropa — Editions

Francisco Tropa
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Emil Schumacher — Editions

Emil Schumacher
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Antoni Tàpies — Editions

Antoni Tàpies
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Victor Mira — Bachkantaten (1991)

Victor Mira

Bachkantaten. 1991. Book with 13 carborundum etchings by Victor Mira and original texts of Johann Sebastian Bach. On Michel paper 240 gr. Edition of 54. Munich-Barcelona.

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Joan Brossa & Rafa Forteza — Cinamon

Joan Brosa & Rafa Forteza

Cinamon, Book-object with an assembly-nine poems by Joan Brossa seven etchings Rafa Forteza. Limited edition of 34 copies, numbered and signed by the authors.

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Kcho (Alexis Leyva Machado)

Kcho, Alexis Leyva Machado

Kcho, Alexis Leyva Machado born in Isle of Pines (1970) is a contemporary Cuban artist. He graduated from the National School of Fine Arts (Havana) in 1990, after which he was awarded the Saiz Brothers Association. In 1996, he began

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Chancho, Joaquim

Joaquim Chancho

Joaquim Chancho, Doctor in Fine Arts at the Universitat de Barcelona and Professor of Painting. Edition of Book A for the Escola d’Enginyers Industrials de Barcelona. He’s got pieces in MACBA, Museu de Montserrat, Collection Fundació La Caixa, Barcelona, Fundació Caixa

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Abad, Francesc

Francesc Abad

Francesc Abad, Terrassa, Barcelona, 1944. Conceptual artist who recovers part of the history of thoughts lost in the dictatorships and that is conveyed through sculpting, setting up, photography and writing. Editions

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Rafa Forteza y José Carlos Llop — Casamatas bajo la luna (1990)

Rafa Forteza y José Carlos Llop

Casamatas bajo la luna is the result of collaboration of an artist and a poet. Limited edition of 25 ejamplares. All of them signed by the authors.

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Moisés Villelia & Rionosuke Akutagawa — S/T (1992)

Moisés Villelia & Rionosuke Akutagawa.

Bibliophile book with forty four etchings with punches and collages. Limited edition of 41 copies all numbered and signed by the author.

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Joan Brossa & Manel Esclusa — Flors de claus (1992)

Joan Brossa i Manel Esclusa

Flors de claus (1992) Book a poem composed of seven photographs. Limited edition of 28 copies, signed and numbered by the author.

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Madeleine Dietz & Juan Ramón Jiménez — ¡Eternidad, dulce niña! (2006)

¡Eternidad, dulce niña! (2006)

¡Eternidad, dulce niña! Etching and photoprint. Edition of 16 copies bound in an iron sculpture edition of 26 copies and in soft pouch. They numbered and signed by the author, and the second and sixth prints.

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Katsuhito Nishikawa — Sintra (1992)

Sintra (1992)

11 etchings on Aquari lacquer soft paper. Edition of 33 copies signed by the artist.

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José Pedro Croft & Miguel de Cervantes — Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda

Miguel de Cervantes y José Pedro Croft

Of the four books of the novel by Miguel de Cervantes Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda, were chosen to illustrate a few paragraphs with 12 original etchings and 9 photogravures of José Pedro Croft. There has been a limited

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José Luís Cuevas & Joan Brossa — Sobre la vida (2005)

Sobre la vida, 2005.

Sobre la vida, 2005. José Luis Cuevas y Joan Brossa. Artist book with eight woodcuts and six poems. Limited edition of 65 copies each numbered and signed by the artist. Barcelona-Ciudad de Mexico.

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Jorge Oteiza — Ley de los cambios (1990)

Ley de los cambios, 1990.

Ley de los cambios, 1990. Eight texts of the author and nine original etchings. Limited edition of 54, all signed by the author.

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Joan Barbarà & François Brousse – Hymne au Soleil (2012)

Joan Barbarà & François Brousse -Hymne au Soleil

Akh-En-Aton poem adapted by François Brusse. François Brousse Book Tribute to the Centenary of his Birth. Limited Edition of 85 copies on Rives BFK paper 210 gr. The engraving is made to intaglio and signed by the author.

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Joan Barbarà – Empúries. Inici d’un retorn (1992)

Joan Barbarà - Empúries. Inici d'un retorn (1992)

Empúries. Inici d’un retorn. 
Joan Barbarà – Alexis Eudald Solà 1992

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Jaume Plensa — Schubertíada a Vilabertran (1993)

jaume plensa

Jaume Plensa and eight contemporary composers. Folder with eight scores and seven original etchings by Jaume Plensa. Limited edition of 70 copies, all numbered and signed by the author.

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Georg Massanés & François Brousse – Le Double Infini (2004)

Le double Infini 2004 
. Georg Massanés

Artist Book with nine poems and three etchings. Limited edition of 45 numbered and signed by the artist and author successor.

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Alaleh Alamir – Les Fleurs qui m’ont fait du Bien (2006)

Alaleh Alamir - Les fleurs qui me font du bien
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Joan Barbarà – Editions

Joan Barbarà
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Rafa Forteza — Editions

Rafa Forteza, Tristan Barbarà editions
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José Pedro Croft — Editions

José Pedro Croft
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Riera i Aragó, Josep Maria

Josep Maria Riera i Aragó

Josep Maria Riera i Aragó is an artist born in Barcelona in 1954. studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Barcelona. Throughout her career has dedicated both to sculpture, as in painting and printmaking. Riera i Arago in his

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Tropa, Francisco

Francisco Tropa

Francisco Tropa. He was born in 1968 in Lisbon. Lives and works in Lisbon. He studied Visual Arts in Drawing and Ar.Co, Center for Art and Visual Communication, Lisbon. He studied one term at the Royal College of Art in

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Sastre, Joan

Joan Sastre. He was born in 1961 in Forest, Baleares, Spain. Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Barcelona Reside in Baleares, Spain.

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Sarmento, Juliao

Juliao Sarmento

Julião Sarmento (born in Lisbon, 1948) is a Portuguese multimedia artist and painter. Sarmento studied painting and architecture at the Lisbon School of Fine Arts. He began exhibiting film, video, sound, painting, sculpture, installation and multimedia in the seventies, but

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Queiroz, Jorge

Jorge Queiroz

Jorge Queiroz was born in Lisbon in 1966. He studied at the Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual in Lisbon and completed his MFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Queiroz has exhibited throughout Europe, most recently

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Oteiza, Jorge

Jorge Oteiza

Jorge Oteiza Enbil (Orio, Guipuzcoa, October 21, 1908 – San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa, April 9, 2003) was a Spanish sculptor. He is considered one of the greatest exponents of the Basque School of Sculpture. A key figure in the avangarde of

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Mira, Víctor

Victor Mira. Cap. 1984. Xilografia. 64x50 cm. Ed.25

Victor Mira. Zaragoza 1949-2000. Records in our workshop on a series of collages and woodcuts auguafuertes to display in his first exhibitions of graphic art in Munich and Barcelona FredJahn, Gal.Eude and 1983. We are artists’ books The murdererentered the city, published in 1986. And Stylites, the silence of the lip, in 1988. In 1990 he published a collection of woodcutsBaselitzbeuys Series, Series Stylites, Montjuic Series, Seriesand Series Spinning Paral.lel Muses and displayed in our gallerystarting an editing Continue traveling with the artist’s book Bachkantaten, 1992 and will Trepitjan flors,

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Ney Mila, José

José Ney

José Ney Mila has had solo and group exhibitions in venues such as the Southeast Museum of Photography Daytona, Florida; El Museo Latino, Omaha, Nebraska; Richmond Hall / The Menil Collections , Houston ; Downey Museum of Art , Los

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Massanés, Georg

Georg Massanés Editions || Le Double Infini (2004)


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Forteza, Rafa

Rafa Forteza

Palma de Mallorca, 1955. Palma de Mallorca, 1955. Painter, sculptor, grabador. He begins with the engraving Three totems, 1986, integrating fully in this means that will accompany him and combine in his career. He showed from this first engraving his

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Esclusa, Manel

Joan Brossa i Manel Esclusa

Manel Esclusa (1952), photographer. At fourteen and in photography began in the laboratory of his father and in 1974 he moved to Arles to make an international photography course with great teachers. In 1975 he became professor at the “Nikon School”

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Cuevas, José Luís

Sobre la vida, 2005.

José Luis Cuevas (1934 ). painter, cartoonist, writer, engraver, sculptor and illustrator Mexican born February 26, 1934 in Mexico City. His artistic training is self-taught. It was one of the leading figures of the “generation of rupture” with the Mexican muralists

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Byron, Michael

Michael Byron

Michael Byron (born August 18, 1954) is an American visual artist. He holds a B.F.A from the Kansas City Art Institute and a M.F.A from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Byron currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri where he

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Beuys, Joseph

Joseph Beuys

Joseph Beuys (Krefeld, May 12, 1921 – Düsseldorf, January 23, 1986) was a German artist who worked with various media and techniques such as sculpture, performance, performance art, video and installation and belonged to the Fluxus group. [Edit] Life and

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Barbarà, Joan

Joan Barbarà

Joan Barbarà, Barcelona, 1927-2013. Barcelona, 1927. Master and engraving artist, apart from painter and draftsman, he creates his first atelier at 23. When he turns 30, in Paris, he creates with Lluís Bracons L’Átelier de Recherches Plàstiques et Téchniques Calcographiques

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Alamir, Alaleh

Alaleh Alamir

Alaleh Alamir, Tehran, 1959. Plastic artist who communicates through painting, drawing, photography and video. She gathers the universal knowledges with his personal experience, giving his work a personal depth. Editions || Book: Les Fleurs qui m’ont fait du Bien (2006)

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Villèlia, Moisés

Moisés Villelia & Rionosuke Akutagawa.

Moisès Sanmartín (Villèlia) Puig (Barcelona 1928-1994) was a Catalan sculptor and poet. He lived in Paris in the late 1960s, and in Quito and Buenos Aires between 1969 and 1972. Was part of the 49 Club, founded by Joan Prats.

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Tàpies, Antoni

Antoni Tàpies

Antoni Tàpies i Puig, I Marquess of Tàpies (Barcelona, December 13, 1923 – ibid, February 6, 2012), was a theoretical Spanish artist, painter, and sculptor. One of the leading exponents of informality worldwide, is considered one of the most prominent

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Roth, Diether

Hamilton& Roth

Dieter Roth (April 21, 1930 – June 5, 1998) was a Swiss artist best known for his artist’s books, editioned prints, sculptures, and works made of found materials, including rotting food stuffs. He was also known as Dieter Rot and

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Miró, Joan

Miró, Joan

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Estivill, Quicu

Quicu Estivill

Francesc (Quicu) Estivill. Long experience artist, self-taught, but has studied Fine Arts at “Sant Jordi” in Barcelona and at the “Escola Massana” Manolo Gomez etching and lithography with Fullà Prim. He has taught printmaking and sculpture workshops Alternative Cultural Center “La Mercè”

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Dietz, Madeleine

¡Eternidad, dulce niña! (2006)

Madeleine Dietz. (Germany 1953). In 1974 he graduated from Mannheim School of Art (now University of Mannheim). He began his artistic work with video works and installations. On a trip to Africa, the artist observes the change of land during and

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