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Vincent Fecteau
Exhibitions at Galerie Buchholz

September 2020

Fasanenstraße 30, Berlin

September 2018

March 2017

& Jack Goldstein
Hervé Guibert

Fasanenstraße 30, Berlin

June 2016

Exhibition to present the new publication:

“you have did the right thing when you put that skylight in”

Neven-DuMont-Straße 17, Köln

July 2015

17 East 82nd Street, New York

April 2013

September 2012

Fasanenstraße 30, Berlin

April 2012

September 2011

May 2009

October 2006

Neven-DuMont-Straße 17, Köln

July 2004

Publications

Vincent Fecteau


2021, 96 p., Owrps., dust jacket, fully illustrated, 22,5 x 17,5 cm

 

Euro 35,-

This catalogue is published on the occasion of Vincent Fecteau’s exhibition at the Wattis Institute in San Francisco in the fall of 2019. Along with a group of new sculptures by Vincent Fecteau, the exhibition also featured two works by Lutz Bacher. The catalogue includes texts by Anthony Huberman, who curated the exhibition, Don Potts, Renny Pritikin and Fanny Singer.

Rainald Goetz


Hölle

 

2019, poster, offset print, 59,5 x 63 cm

 

Euro 10,-

A poster with the transcript of Rainald Goetz’s presentation of the English translation of his novel “Insane” on the occasion of the exhibition opening for the group exhibition “Hölle” in September 2018 at Galerie Buchholz New York.

Vincent Fecteau


“you have did the right
thing when you put that
skylight in”

 

2016, 150 pages, cloth-bound, fully illustrated, 24 x 21 cm
Edition 1000

 

Euro 48,-

This catalogue is published on the occasion of Vincent Fecteau’s solo exhibition at Kunsthalle Basel in 2015. In addition to numerous reproductions of the exhibited works the book contains a new essay by Bruce Hainley.