Themagazineofthe4ofMarch

Liam Gillick
March 4 – April 15, 2000

Exhibition view: Liam Gillick, Themagazineofthe4ofMarch, Schipper & Krome, Berlin, 2000

Photo © Carsten Eisfeld

Poster Design (FTNAG), 2000 (left) 
Lambda-Print
59 x 84 cm (unframed) 

Fuck The New Austrian Government, 2000 (center) 
Lambda-Print
84 x 59 cm (unframed) 

Multiple Event Graphic #1, 2000 (right) 
Lambda-Print
59 x 84 cm (unframed) 


Photo © Carsten Eisfeld

David (He doesn’t turn to see her), 1999
Glass filled with Bloody Mary (made after original recipe)
Dimensions variable 

Photo © Carsten Eisfeld 

Original exhibition invitation (recto) 

Themagazineofthe4ofMarch

Liam Gillick
March 4 – April 15, 2000
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An exhibition / magazine that brings together four distinct elements of work in one precise graphic format. 

 

The first set of work features applied graphic work such as the anti-Hitler posters that are from a set of images created to function as free-copyright works in Austria and a design for a magazine cover which also functions as the subtitle of the exhibition. 

 

The second set introduces a series of graphics to establish the territory within which it might be possible to develop a new book. 

 

The third group shows realised and unrealised projects for buildings. 

 

The fourth element is an out-of-focus image of a factory once visited and forgotten until now. 

 

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