Parveen Adams, Francesco Bonami, Teju Cole, Beatriz Colomina, Jeffrey Eugenides, Russell Ferguson, Julia Franck, Hal Foster, Alexander Kluge, Rachel Kushner, Christy Lange, Ben Lerner, Jacques Rancière, Gary Shteyngart, Neville Wakefield, Jeff Wall, London, 2018.
560 pp., 740 color illustrations, 9.5 x 11.5 inches
Printed hardcover with tipped-in embossed plate, three different paper stocks and twenty-five loose Japanese paper inserts, all housed in an embossed 4-color printed slipcase.
Available only at Art Catalogues, 60 copies of the signed book will be accompanied by a special edition numbered print of "Ballot", embossed with Demand's initials and inserted within the endpapers in a sleeve. This print is not available separately and is not reproduced in the catalog. To order the edition with the print, select "Signed with Special Edition Print" before you add to cart.
Limited edition of 60 copies. Each edition comprises a signed copy of the first printing of the book, housed in an embossed slipcase with a signed and numbered print.
Print size 285 x 230 mm, image size 265 x 190 mm on 500gr Hahnemuehle Hot Press paper. Print embossed with TD’s initials and numbered by hand. Book signed by TD and numbered by hand.
The Complete Papers is an extensive volume encompassing all of Thomas Demand’s work over the past 28 years, together with the primary texts written about his practice. The book includes previously unseen early works from 1990, together with reference reproductions on every one of his pieces. A newly commissioned interview with Russell Ferguson, new texts by Jeff Wall and Alexander Kluge, contributions by Parveen Adams, Francesco Bonami, Teju Cole, Beatriz Colomina, Jeffrey Eugenides, Julia Franck, Hal Foster, Rachel Kushner, Ben Lerner, Jacques Rancière, Gary Shteyngart, Neville Wakefield, to name a few, is concluded by a complete exhibition listing and bibliography.
This hardback volume, housed in a printed and embossed slipcase, which also includes a Demand work printed on the interior lining, is the primary authority on the work of one of the most important artists of the 21st century.