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Serra, Richard; McShine, Kynaston; Cooke, Lynne; Rajchman, John

Lot 108: Richard Serra Sculpture: Forty Years [SIGNED - 2007 FIRST EDITION - FINE] McShine, Kynaston; Cooke, Lynne; Rajchman, John

Est: $250 USD - $350 USDSold:
BucklinMay 04, 2024Thornwood, NY, US

Item Overview

Description

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2007. Hardcover in pictorial dust jacket. First Edition, First Printing. 420 pages with 390 illustrations. Text in English. Essays by Benjamin Buchloh, Lynne Cooke and John Rajchman, as well as an interview with the artist by Kynaston McShine. SIGNED/INSCRIBED by Richard Serra on the title page (also includes a SIGNED program for the same exhibition). BOOK CONDTION: Fine; a solid, tight, clean copy in a Fine dust jacket protected by a clear brodart cover. SIGNED OTHER ARTISTS IN OUR AUCTION INCLUDE: Mr. Brainwash Penn, Irving Meyerowitz, Joel Warhol, Andy Crewdson, Gregory Prince, Richard Weiwei, Ai McShine, Kynaston; Serra, Richard Cartier-Bresson, Henri Hirst, Damien Gehry, Frank Ruscha, Ed; Ban, Shigeru; Hadid, Zaha; Warhol, Andy Riefenstahl, Leni Soth, Alec; Parr, Martin; Meiselas, Susan; Erwitt, Elliott; Kagan, Vladimir; Arbus, Diane Warhol, Andy Penn, Irving Calatrava, Santiago; McFly, Marly Weber, Bruce Evans, Walker Roberts, Mel Bohrod, Aaron (1907-1992) Apollonia Muller, Karen Arcara, Arianna; Santese, Luca Avedon, Richard Blenkinsop, Phil Botto, Andrea Brodie, Mike Broomberg, Adam & Chanarin, Oliver Power, Mark Bueno, Karianne Castle, Alison Chardon, Laurent Clark, Larry Clement, Krass Cooke, Jim D'Agata, Antoine Dallaporta, Raphael Davidson, Bruce Degiorgis, Nicolo Dimmock, Jessica Eggleston, William Eijkelboom, Hans Epstein, Mitch Eskildsen, Joachim; Rinne, Cia Ethridge, Roe Ford, Kyle Germaine, Julian Gill, Stephen Girard, Greg Girard, Sebastien Gossage, John Graham, Paul Heinecken, Robert Hetherington, Tim Hibi, Yuichi Hido, Todd Halil Hiller, Susan Izu, Kenro Kenna Michael Kitajima, Keizo Klein, William Korhonen, Nina Newton, Helmut Ractliffe, Jo Koudelka, Josef Kruithof, Anouk Ledare, Leigh Lee, Kay & Marshall Lewitt, Sol Liao, Jeff Link, O Winston Luchford, Glenn Lyon, Danny Mandel, Mike Meindertsma, Christien Mellor, David Metinides, Enrique Misrach, Richard Morath, Inga; Aubier, Dominique Moriyama, Daido Onaka, Koji Ortiz, Gustavo Hernando Palla, Victor & Martins, Costa Parr, Martin Avedon, Richard Shrigley, David Holmes, Joseph O. Sher, Lewis Joe (1922-2013) Pujade-Lauraine, Gregoire Richardson, Terry Rickard, Doug Rio Branco, Miguel Rogovin, Milton Salvans, Txema Salveson, Paul Samaras, Lucas Schutmaat, Bryan Schles, Ken Sewell, Andy Shore, Stephen Simon, Taryn Robertin,Sybill Smalley, Luke Soth, Alec Tillim, Guy Van Der Elsken, Ed Van Meene, Helen Van Roekel, Florian Viksraitis, Rimaldis Wassinklundgren Webb, Alex Winklemann, Andreas; Winklemann, Andres Marroquin Gibson, Ralph Wylie, Donovan Gill, Stephen Ledare, Leigh Webb, Alex Ronis, Willy Herzog, Fred Leutwyler, Henry Mark, Mary Ellen Hosoe, Eikoh; Eggleston, William Sternfeld, Joel Narahara, Ikko Boltanski, Christian Lyon, Danny Parke, Trent; Autio, Narelle Burtynsky, Edward Szabo, Joseph Cases, Ricardo "Andersen, Morten Peters, Jurgen Fairey, Shepard Renaldi, Richard Goldblatt, David; Gordimer, Nadine Dorr, Nell Graham, Paul Patterson, Christian Brecht, Berthold Kawauchi, Rinko van Manen, Bertien Templeton, Ed Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse Milach, Ralph Shag Muybridge, Eadweard Mandel, Mike Uliano,Lucas Brandt, Nick Genthe, Arnold Glaser, Ernst; Weiskopf, F. G.; Kurella, Alfred; Rodchenko, Alexander Hoffmann, Heinrich (ed.) de Middel, Cristina Lartigue, Jacques Henri Keller, Dagmar No. 223 Lin Zhipeng Haan, Karl de Meiselas, Susan Hido, Todd Ethridge, Roe Cortes, Jose Pedro Gaumy, Jean Manos, Constantine Sarfati, Lise McCurry, Steve Frank, Robert Paine, Wingate Sugimoto, Hiroshi Hido, Todd Capa, Cornel; Heynowski, Walter; Kurland, Justine Andrianjafy, Emmanuelle Cray, Fred Bostelmann, Enrique Gill, Stephen Krims, Les Watson, Albert; Daido Moriyama, Takuma Nakahira, Yutaka Takanashi, Kazuo Kitai, Hitomi Watanabe, and Miyako Ishiuchi. Text by Simon Baker, John Dower, Kotaro Iizawa and Ryuichi Kaneko Rodger, George Magdanz, Andreas Ishiuchi, Miyako Mark Peterson Jude, Ron Harvey, David Alan Thomas, Hank Willis Mayerson, Keith Judd, Donald Michals, Duane Calderon, Miguel Beeke, Anthon Richards, Eugene; Fontcuberta, Joan Polidori, Robert Vasconcellos, Cassio Goldberg, Jim Muybridge, Eadweard Yoon, Jeongmee Carreras, Claudi Peyton, Elizabeth; Chalamet, Timothee Clark, Larry Malanga, George Baltz, Lewis Meyerowitz, Joel Parra, Piet Champassak, Tiane Doan Na Winogrand, Garry Hugo, Pieter Mosse, Richard Sommer, Frederick Jones, Tony Ray Desai, Amit Sondergaard,Trine McCombe, Leonard; Richardson, Bill Ghirri, Luigi; Jodice, Mimmo; Guidi, Guido; Castella, Vincenzo; Barbieri Olivio; Basilico, Gabriele; Fossati, Vittore; Chiaramonte, Giovanni; et alia Sagmeister, Stefan; Burri, Rene; Bee, Olivia Bourke-White, Margaret; Caldwell, Erskine Misrach, Richard Larcher, David; Stearns, Philip O. Li, Zeng Avedon, Richard Twombly, Cy; Metzker, Ray Horst, Horst P. Beuys, Joseph Coddington, Grace Kawakubo, Rei; Gan, Stephen; Kaliardos, James; Dean, Cecelia Colom, Joan Juan und Camilo Jose Cela Bennett, Lucie Whitten Jack Shen Chao-Liang McKenna, Joe & Weber, Bruce; Roversi, Paolo; Lindburgh, Peter; Markus,Kurt; Cadmus, Paul McKenna, Joe & Weber, Bruce Eikoh Hosoe; Donald Keene; Shuzo Takiguchi; Toyoichiro Miyoshi Dali, Salvador Capa, Cornell Weston, Cole Beard, Peter Rorandelli, Rocco Le Corbusier, Winogrand, Garry Cherniak, Dmitri Iwakura, Tsutomo; Ryuichi Kaneko (photographs by Shomei Tomatsu, Ken Domon, Yoshito Matsushige, Toshio Fukada, Mitsugi Kishida, Shunkichi Kikuchi, Yosuke Yamahata, Shigeo Hayashi, Eiichi Matsumoto, Kikujiro Fukushima, Kenji Ishiguro, Hiromi Tsuchida, Struth, Thomas Callahan, Harry Mitchell, Peter Feldmann, Hans Peter Friend, Robin; Bird, Cass Vignelli, Massimo Meeks, Raymond Steinmetz, Mark Harrington, Conor Pate, Ken Horst, Valentine Lawford, Diana Vreeland Ghirri, Luigi; Gabriele Basilico; Guido Guidi; Mimmo Jodice; Gianni Berengo Gardin; Olivio Barbieri; Walter Miedermayr;Giovanni Chiaromonte; et al. Saanio, Matti Sanguinetti, Alessandra Janssen, Cuny Adams, Robert Horvat, Frank Adams, Robert R., Tal Deng, Sally Wood,Tom Hopper, Dennis Southam, Jem; Lord, John Narahashi, Asako; Parr, Martin Ryden, Mark Goldin, Nan; Goldberg, Jim Fairey, Shepard Slinger, Penny; Harvey, David Alan Futura (Lenny McGurr); Noah Davis, Kahlil Joseph Plumb,Mimi Coppens,Martien Ruscha, Ed (Edward); Williams, Mason; Blackwell, Patrick Jaffa, Arthur Jenkins, Sacha; Gastman, Roger; Lerner, Adam; Neelon, Caleb; Albert, Johm; Banks, Alec; Ahearn, Charlie; DAZE; SABER;Powers, Stephen Taniguchi, Yoshio McGinley, Ryan Opie, Julian Mau Mau Costa, Salvador; Szabo, Joseph; Hokusai Plumb,Mimi Ortolani, Franco Pryor, Alli Parla Jose; Kranitz, Stacy Drake, Carolyn Sieff, Jeanloup Baltz, Lewis Abney, Nina Chanel; Shakur, Tupac 2Pac Hirst, Damien; Eminem Ando, Tadao Warhol, Andy; Fairbrother, Trevor Pomodoro, Arnaldo; Wood, Jonas; Grotjahn, Mark; Issei Miyake: Leatherdale, Marcus Thomas, Mickalene Rokkaku, Ayako Dando, Walter Ghirri, Luigi; Cimen, Sabiha Adams, Ansel Mark, Mary Ellen Erizku, Awol Porter, Matthew Ishioka, Eiko; Wise, Chloe Toledo, Isabel; Toledo, Ruben; Mc Dermott, David; Mc Gough, Peter Hartigan, Grace; Petersen, Anders Teller, Juergen; Kardashian, Kim; West, Kayne Twombly, Cy; Hoffman, Ethan; McCoy, John Jensen, Travis McCullin, Don Thiebaud, Wayne Picasso; Mehretu, Julie; Wiley, Kehinde; Frankenthaler, Helen; Moherwell, Robert Lichtenstein, Roy; Waldman, Diane Ancart, Harold Connors, Matthew Lagerfeld, Karl; Svenson, Arne Zwart, Piet; Gramigna, Giuliana Pettibone, Raymond Brown, Cecily; Simons, Raf; Schorr, Collier Wood, Jonas Burri, Alberto; Lewis, Samella S.; Waddy, Ruth G. Matsuyama, Tomokazu Luchford, Glenn; Prouve, Jean Abramovic, Marina Wong, Rita Pruitt, Rob Hammons, David Gardin, Gianni Berengo; Rock, Mick Christo & Jean Claude Galembo, Phyllis; Bianco, Sergio; Otis, George Basquiat, Jean-Michel; Marshall, Richard

Artist or Maker

Serra, Richard; McShine, Kynaston; Cooke, Lynne; Rajchman, John

Condition Report

Fine

Payment & Shipping

Payment

Accepted forms of payment: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Money Order / Cashiers Check, Paypal, Personal Check, Visa, Wire Transfer

Shipping

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Auction Details

NO RESERVE! - BOOKS, PHOTOGRAPHS, ART & MULTIPLES

by
Bucklin
May 04, 2024, 10:00 AM EST

Thornwood, NY, 10594, US

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Purchases must be paid in full before any packing/shipping will be completed. Purchases are not contingent upon shipping costs. Shipping, handling and insurance costs are the responsibility of the winning bidder. Upon completion of the auction Bucklin Auctions will send an invoice to winning bidders with the cost of shipping included.
Regardless of shipping method, our auction house must have received cleared funds to release property for shipping.

Bucklin Auctions ships all books, photographs and art in house (except large and framed photographs, art and furniture, which, at our discretion, may require the buyer to use an outside shipping agent). Bucklin Auctions charges actual shipping costs and insurance (via USPS; or, if requested by the winning bidder, by UPS or FED EX). Depending on the size of each item, Bucklin Auctions adds a flat $10 to $25 handling and packing charge for all items shipped directly by Bucklin Auctions. This charge is in addition to any insurance and/or the actual cost of shipping. All packing and shipping charges are non-refundable.

Once the item is shipped, the winning bidder, NOT Bucklin Auctions, shall be fully responsible for any damage, loss or delays caused by USPS, UPS, FED EX (or any other shipping agent). If a loss or damage should occur during shipping, it is incumbent upon the buyer to file for recovery of any losses incurred.

If required by Bucklin Auctions, large and framed photographs, art and furniture must either picked up, or have shipping arranged by an outside agent within 10 business days following the auction date. If you need assistance with shipping, Bucklin Auctions will put you in contact with a shipping team that focuses on post-auction shipments.

Bucklin Auctions will not be responsible for loss or damage to items left on premises over 10 business days. After 10 business days, all unclaimed lots may be re-listed for sale. 21 days from the auction date, remaining property, paid or unpaid, will be considered abandoned and revert to Bucklin Auctions ownership.

Shipping Terms

9. SHIPPING:

Bucklin Auctions' standard shipping policy is:

Purchases must be paid in full before any packing/shipping will be completed. Purchases are not contingent upon shipping costs. Shipping, handling and insurance costs are the responsibility of the winning bidder. Upon completion of the auction Bucklin Auctions will send an invoice to winning bidders with the cost of shipping included.
Regardless of shipping method, our auction house must have received cleared funds to release property for shipping.

Bucklin Auctions ships all books, photographs and art in house (except large and framed photographs, art and furniture, which, at our discretion, may require the buyer to use an outside shipping agent). Bucklin Auctions charges actual shipping costs and insurance (via USPS; or, if requested by the winning bidder, by UPS or FED EX). Depending on the size of each item, Bucklin Auctions adds a flat $10 to $25 handling and packing charge for all items shipped directly by Bucklin Auctions. This charge is in addition to any insurance and/or the actual cost of shipping. All packing and shipping charges are non-refundable.

Once the item is shipped, the winning bidder, NOT Bucklin Auctions, shall be fully responsible for any damage, loss or delays caused by USPS, UPS, FED EX (or any other shipping agent). If a loss or damage should occur during shipping, it is incumbent upon the buyer to file for recovery of any losses incurred.

If required by Bucklin Auctions, large and framed photographs, art and furniture must either picked up, or have shipping arranged by an outside agent within 10 business days following the auction date. If you need assistance with shipping, Bucklin Auctions will put you in contact with a shipping team that focuses on post-auction shipments.

Bucklin Auctions will not be responsible for loss or damage to items left on premises over 10 business days. After 10 business days, all unclaimed lots may be re-listed for sale. 21 days from the auction date, remaining property, paid or unpaid, will be considered abandoned and revert to Bucklin Auctions ownership.