LA: Larry Gagosian, 1982. The front of the card features Kruger's "Your comfort is my silence" piece. Gagosian was Kruger's first dealer and this was her first show with him. Fine (5.5" x 4.25"). Scarce.
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Glasgow: Tramway, 2005. The front features a color double-exposure photograph of a woman covering her face with her hands. Fine (8.25" x 5.75").
NY: Mary Boone Gallery, 2007. The front features an untitled color photo of an architectural detail. Barely perceptible stress crease, else fine (7.5" x 7.5").
The front prints Kruger's "Your comfort is my silence" piece. Fine (6.25" x 4.5").
n.p.: Privately produced, ca. 1989. Mantegna was an Italian-born photographer who was a member of The Living Theater in the '60s. Fine (5" x 3.5"). The pair:.
Paris: Galerie Crousel, 1984. The front features a photograph of a man whose image is obscured by vertical b&w lines with the words "La surveillance est votre raison d'etre." Fine (9" x 5.75"). (French text.).
Chicago: Rhona Hoffman Gallery, 1984. The front features text in white and black printed against a red and black background. Hairline scratch that doesn't break the surface, else fine (4" x 6").
NY: Annina Nosei, 1983. The front features Kruger's shattered mirror image of a face and the words "You Are Not Yourself." Mailing label and postmarked for mailing. Very near fine (4" x 6").
Berlin: Realismus Studio, 1991. The covers feature multiple b&w reproductions of Kruger's famous "Your Body is a Battleground" poster. The inside of the card has black text (in German) printed against a red background. Fine (4" x 8.25").
LA: Fred Hoffman Gallery, 1989. Text printed in white and black against a red background. Couple of soft creases to top right corner, near fine (5.75" x 8.5").
LA: Larry Gagosian Gallery, . The front of the card states "Barbara Kruger New Work." Larry Gagosian was Kruger's first dealer and this is the second (and last) show she did with him. Mailing label and postmarked for mailing. Near fine (4" x 10").
NY: Institute for Art and Urban Resources, . The front of the card features a photo of two faces and the word "Nature." A very early show for Kruger---her sixth. Addressed for mailing. Fine (3.5" 8.25"). Rare.
NY: Printed Matter, ca. 1985. The matchbook features a b&w photograph of some men fighting along with the text: "You construct intricate rituals which allow you to touch the skin of other men." Included is Printed Matter's original illustrated advertising flyer for the matchbooks. Fine (touch of wear to the.....
London: Nigel Greenwood Gallery, 1989. Text in white against a red and black background. Fine (8.25" x 6").
NY: Public Art Fund, 1988. The front of the card reproduces the billboard. Fine (4" x 8").
Koln: Monika Spruth Galerie, 1987. Red text printed on white stock. An early European show for Kruger. Fine (ca. 4" x 8.25").
NY: Mary Boone, 1994. The front of the card shows Kruger's photo of a jumble of nails and a couple of boards. Included is a press release on Mary Boone letterhead to Kim Levin at the Village Voice. Kruger was the first female artist to be handled by Mary Boone...
NY: Mary Boone, 1987. Both sides of the card feature an untitled color photograph by Kruger of pastries. Kruger was the first female artist to be handled by Mary Boone. Fine (7" x 5" folded).
NY: Mary Boone, 1991. The front of the card features Kruger's "It's Our Pleasure to Disgust You" image showing a naked woman wearing a gas mask while nailed to a cross. Kruger was the first female artist to be handled by Mary Boone. Trivial touch of wear, else fine (6" x 8.5" folded).
NY: Mary Boone, 1989. The front of the card features a color photograph by Kruger of blooming flowers in the midst of which is a small red box with the words "Jam Life Into Death." Kruger was the first female artist to be handled by Mary Boone. Fine (8.25" x 6" folded).
NY: Franklin Furnace, 1979. The front of the card features a b&w photograph by Kruger of a car seat with seatbelts and a banana on the floor. A very early card---Kruger's fifth exhibition. Addressed for mailing. Fine (4" x 6"). Rare.
NY: Mary Boone, 1997. The front of the card shows a photo of Eleanor Roosevelt with the words "Not Ugly Enough" and the back features a photo of Malcolm X with the words "Not Angry Enough." Printed glassine insert laid-in stating that this invite is for the opening night party...
NY: Bantam, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Signed by the author. As new.
NY: Whitney Museum, 2000. 4to. The cover features Kruger's work "Thinking of You" showing a safety pin being stuck into a finger. The enclosed material includes an illustrated checklist of works, a sheet reproducing a color photo of one of her pieces hanging from the side of a building, a....
London & Basel: Institute of Contemporary Arts / Kunsthalle, 1983. 4to. A terrific catalog for Kruger's first major exhibition in Europe that traveled to several locations. Almost entirely devoted to dynamic full-page reproductions of Kruger's work, with supplementary essays by Craig Owens and Jane Weinstock, among others. Includes an exhibition...