FELDMANN~Hans-Peter. ’10 Bilderheften’

4.250,00

Publisher: Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
Year: 1968 to 1971
Artist: FELDMANN~Hans-Peter

-12 Bilder von Feldmann, 1968, (aeroplanes), stapled, 12 pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
-11 Bilder von Feldman,  1969, foto's Wolfgang Breuers, (women's knees) stapled, 12 pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
- 7 Bilder von Feldmann, 1970, (family pictures), stapled, 8 pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
- 3 Bilder von Feldmann, 1970. (two women), stapled, 4 pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
-45 Bilder von Feldmann, 1971, (shoes) , stapled, 12 pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
- 1 Bild von Feldmann,   1971, (pyramids)stapled, 4 pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
-14 Bilder von Feldmann, 1971, (mountains) für Josef, stapled, 16 pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
- 1 Bild von Feldmann,   1970, (dress), stapled, 4pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
- 6 Bider von Feldmann,  1971, (football players), stapled, 8 pp. Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
-11 Bilder von Feldmann, 1971, (clouds), stapled, 12 pp., Original grey wrappers, publisher Hans-Peter Feldmann, Hilden
Hans-Peter Feldmann, " Bilder", Single books from the serie: 'Bilderhefte'. Feldmann's 'Bilderhefte' (published between 1968 nand 1975) are small, staple-bound booklets in various formats with grey cardboard covers, rubber-stamped with the author's surname and title, indicating the number of pictures they contain. Printed in black-and-white on offset paper, without text, the picture books bring together everyday phenomena. These small artist's books consist of reproductions of both found and self-produced black-and-white photographs. By making series of these images of common objects and situations, Feldmann at once neutralises and links them. His work gives credit to the ethos of mass production and to amateur photography. By giving equal value to all types of images, Feldmann recognises the problematic nature of pictures and art in a culture bombarded by images, and as such, presents the photographs in an entirely unpretentious manner.