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8.87.4 Poursuites Revolutionnaire
Soft cover, 108 pp
20.5 x 17.4 cm
French and English text by Yves and Jennifer Abrioux.
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition of the same name at the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain, France, 1987. Only four copies are still available.
8.92.1 The Garden and the Revolution
7 page double sided concertina
21.5 x 11.8 cm (each page)
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition of the same name at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA, 1992.
8.95.1 Ein Projekt für das Bankhaus Schröder Münchmeyer Hengst & Co.
21.7 x 15.0 cm
Introduction by Stephen Bann, translated into German by Pia Maria Simig. Photography by Werner J. Hannappel.
This catalogue relates to a project in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It contains 13 photographs of the project.
prints by Gary Hincks
designed by I.H. Finlay and P.M. Simig
Nolan/Eckman Gallery, New York, 1996
edition 350 copies
30 pages with inserts, hard cover
8.96.3 Grains of Salt
Hard cover, 34 pp
Edition of 500
14 One-Word Poems by Ian Hamilton Finlay, with Linocuts by Jo Hincks
Commentary by Harry Gilonis
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition 'Grains of Salt' held at Oriel Mostyn, 1996.
8.99.1 5 x 1
Edition of 500
Essay by Thomas A. Clark
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition "Variations on Several Themes' held at the Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona, Spain, 1999.
It does not contain images of the exhibition, but is an artwork in itself.
8.99.2 A Poesy: Selected Works by Ian Hamilton Finlay
Soft cover, concertina
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition 'A Poesy' held in the National Gallery of Canada, 1999.
'Many of his admirers ... know him best by way of his elegantly printed works ... [that] arrive in the mail like pressed leaves from an enchanted forest. Their size may be small but they have an internal monumentality that grows from their simple clarity.' (W. Christensen)
8.00.1 Souvenirs: 100 Postcards by Ian Hamilton Finlay
19.4 x 19.6 cm
Edition of 500
English introduction by Thomas A. Clark
with German translation
Printing and lithography by Salto, Belgium
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition 'Souvenirs' held at the Haus Hartmann, Grevenbroich, 2000.
8.00.2 Modern Antiquities
20.0 x 25.5 cm
Edition of 300
The photographs were taken in the Steinhalle, Landesmuseum, Mainz, Germany.
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition 'Garden Works' at the Nolan Eckman Gallery, New York, 2000.
8.02.1 Maritime Works
29.6 x 21.0 cm
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition of the same name in March 2002 at the Tate St Ives, Cornwall, UK.
8.04.02 Ian Hamilton Finlay: Prints
Soft cover, 12 pp
25.3 x 20.0 cm
Edition of 1000
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition 'Prints' held at the UBS Art Gallery, New York, 2004.
The catalogue contains 12 images of prints and an essay by Prudence Carlson.
'His [Finlay's] prints, like his gardens, continually make of necessity a Virtue.' ( Prudence Carlson)