Allen Ruppersberg, ‘AL'S CAFÉ (left) ’, 1969, Ephemera or Merchandise, Silkscreen on cardboard, Brigitte March International Contemporary Art
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Allen Ruppersberg

AL'S CAFÉ (left) , 1969

Silkscreen on cardboard
22 × 14 in
55.9 × 35.6 cm
.
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Brigitte March International Contemporary Art
Stuttgart

© Allen Ruppersberg, AL'S CAFÉ, 1969, silkscreen on cardboard, 22 x 14 in. (right).
© INTERVIEW …

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Allen Ruppersberg, AL'S CAFÉ, 1969, silkrscreen on cardboard, 22 x 14 in., unlimited edition, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, L.A.
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© Allen Ruppersberg 1969 © Les Levine 2018 © Jeu de Paume, Paris & The Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark, ADAGP, Paris 2018 © Danielle C. March …
Allen Ruppersberg
American, b. 1944
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Since the 1960s, paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, installations, and books have been among the media through which Allen Ruppersberg explores the intersection of art, literature, and life. Like those of Allan Kaprow, Ruppersberg’s projects are participatory, anticipating the ideas of Rirkrit Tiravanija, Carsten Höller, and other 1990s practitioners of Relational Aesthetics. Ruppersberg's installation The Never Ending Book Part 2/Art and Therefore Ourselves (2009) was a selection of thousands of photocopied pages from the artist’s collection of books, which he installed in a theatrical environment of props and posters; the pages were stacked in boxes and free for viewers to take home and create their own unique “books”.

Allen Ruppersberg, ‘AL'S CAFÉ (left) ’, 1969, Ephemera or Merchandise, Silkscreen on cardboard, Brigitte March International Contemporary Art
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© Allen Ruppersberg, AL'S CAFÉ, 1969, silkscreen on cardboard, 22 x 14 in. (right).
© INTERVIEW LES LEVINE : GORDON MATTA-CLARK at Jeu de Paume, Paris, 2018, filmed document (left).
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Medium
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Not signed
Series
Allen Ruppersberg, AL'S CAFÉ, 1969, silkrscreen on cardboard, 22 x 14 in., unlimited edition, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, L.A.
Publisher
Colby Poster Printing
Image rights
© Allen Ruppersberg 1969 © Les Levine 2018 © Jeu de Paume, Paris & The Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark, ADAGP, Paris 2018 © Danielle C. March …
Allen Ruppersberg
American, b. 1944
Follow

Since the 1960s, paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, installations, and books have been among the media through which Allen Ruppersberg explores the intersection of art, literature, and life. Like those of Allan Kaprow, Ruppersberg’s projects are participatory, anticipating the ideas of Rirkrit Tiravanija, Carsten Höller, and other 1990s practitioners of Relational Aesthetics. Ruppersberg's installation The Never Ending Book Part 2/Art and Therefore Ourselves (2009) was a selection of thousands of photocopied pages from the artist’s collection of books, which he installed in a theatrical environment of props and posters; the pages were stacked in boxes and free for viewers to take home and create their own unique “books”.

Allen Ruppersberg

AL'S CAFÉ (left) , 1969

Silkscreen on cardboard
22 × 14 in
55.9 × 35.6 cm
.
On hold
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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