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Talking Back to the Media – persmap + knipsels, archive

Gabriel Lester – Diverse picture clippings from magazines, collection (unintended)

leftover magazine clippings

MASKS – Dr. Wagner vs Rey Mysterio (MEXICO), collection (unintended)

The masks are connected to the live event Native Foreigners presented in de Appel 22th of april 2017, a radio show broadcasted live by three radiostations in Amsterdam, Mexico City and Athens on Ulises Carrión. Sara Giannini (Unfold) initiated Native Foreigners in the context of the exhibition Ulises Carrión subject future archive fights; Dear Reader, Don’t Read at Museo Jumex in Mexico. Sara Giannini brought the two masks herself from Mexico. The red/green/silver mask belongs to Dr. Wagner and red/purple/silver mask belongs to Rey Misterio. Also four colored post-its with text hand-written on it - for the - next - archive - fight. Gift from Sara Giannini.

Manon (?) – I’m waiting for my man, collection (unintended)

Paper, pencil, pen and typed ink
One work depicts four figures in blue suits with the words ‘I’m waiting for my man’ and possibly an illegile signature and the words ‘Lou Reed’ on it. The other has the sentence ‘I’m waiting for my man…’ typed repeatedly on it. These works are damaged with age.

12 Films choice by Vito Acconci
Press Photos off the film “Phantom of the Paradise” by Brian De Palma, collection (unintended)

Eleven artists and an artists’ collective were invited to select a film that would be shown in 6 Dutch theatres. Inspired by their personal choice, each artist would make a new work that was exhibited in De Appel on December 12. Vito Acconci selected ‘Phantom of the paradise’, directed by Brian de Palma in 1974. These are 2 film stills from the movie.

Tsukuba International Modelling Symposium, affiche

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expo_%2785
Tsukuba, Japan

Jana Haimsohn – Performance, photograph

Photograph not in de appel

Laurie Anderson – For Instants Part 5
Cover CD, collection (unintended)

Huang Yong Ping – a project of one man exhibition proposed by Hou Hanru, archive

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