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I N F I N I T Y,  1969
Self-published revisited on the eve of the Iraq War, 2003
Spent 38. caliber bullet, lead and copper

 


2v0 [clock & level], original 1971
Viewed horizontally as a level; glass, acetone; 2 ½  x  5  ¾ x 2 ½ inches
Edition of 10, 1998, produced by the Mattress Factory Museum, Pittsburgh
The Museum of Modern Art, New York

 

Sculpture, 1978
Acrylic, 2 ½ inches longes scroll
Collection of the artist

 

T U R P R S E C L U, 1979
Edition of 5, self-published
Plastic balls and box, presstype, 3 x 3 ½ x 1 ½ inches

 

 

Blind Chance, 1980
Hidden object sealed in painted and stenciled tin can

 

cliché, 1980
Rubber stamp, 1 1/8 x 2 ¼ x 2 ¼ inches
Collection of the artist
 

n o t h i n g, 1988
Edition of 25, self published
Boxed electrostatic prints and text, 11 ½ x 8 x 1 inch

Collections: Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art,
The Getty Museum, Kunstmuseum Dusseldorf, The Art Institute of Chicago, Centre Pompidou, Paris,
Moderna Museet, Stockholm, State Russian Museum, Marble Palace, St. Petersberg, Russia

 

 

 

 

Plain Air, 1969/1991
Boxed Edition of 5, Self-published, documenting Plain Air at PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York, 1991  
Consists of 9 silver gelatin prints on Ilford fiber base gallery paper mated with museum board, housed in a linen covered clamshell box: 16 ½ x 14 x 2 inches
Number 3 of the Edition, The Art Institute of Chicago

 

Indeterminacy [DO NOT TOUCH], 1993
Edition of 75, self-published
Glass, mercury, sealing wax, 2 ½   x   ¾ inch diameter
One of the Edition: Lucrezia Durini, Bolognano, Italy and Paris

 

Survival, 1991
Edition of 6, self-published, Beeswax, acupuncture needles, pigment, 3 ½   x  3 ½  x   4 inches placed on an oval clear glass shelf
7 ½  x   5 ½  x  ¼ inches clamped to a cylindrical aluminum wall mount
Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James and Stephania McClennen, New York

 

Ag/K2SX + K2S2O3, 1993
Edition of 10, self-published                                     
Silver, liver of sulfur, glass bottle, 6 x 3 inch diameter
Edition Number 1: Gallery 360, Tokyo

 

Without Title, 1990/2010
Edition Fawbush, New York: edition of 10
Soapstone, incised with the word "Indeterminacy," broken by chance, 1 3/8 x 36 x 6/8 inches

 

Zn + S + CH3OOH, 1995
Edition of 10, Produced by Vital Matrix, Los Angeles
granulated zinc and granulated sulfur in a 5 inch glass vial
with the catalyst of acedic acid on a ½ x 14 x 14 inch slate slab

   

Hosed and Creased, 2000
Edition of 6, self-published
Urine, archival inkjet label on glass bottle with printed cap

 

 

Six  Continents  Limited Edition Announcement, 2005
Larry  Becker Contemporary  Art, Philadelphia, PA

 

 

Variable [2 of 6 positions], 2006
Bronze, 4 inch depth
Edition of 2: published by Editions Fawbush, New York

 

BRADSHAW,  2003
Limited Edition Box of 40, with 4 APs, published by Mark Batty Publisher, LLC, West New York, NJ, Includes: Nature Change and Indeterminacy, by Thomas McEvilley, Featuring a conversation with John Cage on the artist’s life and work. Includes one original: Contingency, 1984-2002, silver, liver of sulfur, 3 ¾ inches x 3 ¾ inches and five editions: Drawing On Chance, Spent Bullet mounted on copper, 2003, 12 x 9 inches; Oxygen, 2002, digital print, 6 x 4 inches; Indeterminacy, 1993, mercury in bottle, 2 ½ x ¾ inch diameter; Performance, Metropolitan Museum Postcard, 1976-1992, offset print, 6 x 4 inches, Plain Air, 1969-1991, silver gelatin print, 3 x 2 inches. Housed in a linen covered clamshell box: 14 x 11 ¾ x 6/8 inches. All works are signed and numbered.

 

 

The monograph is published in an Edition of 1500 and is signed by artist. Only 40 of the monographs are signed by the artist and the author. Number 2 of the Edition: Collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Number 10 of the Edition: collection of the Metropolitan Museum, New York, Number 8 of the Edition, The Art Instutute of Chicago, Number 23 of the Edition, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Number 21, The Birmingham Museum of Art. Private Collections: Werner H. Kramarsky, Angela Gilchrist, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Feinstein, Sam Jedig, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mallin, Ms. Beatrix Ost and Mr. Ludwig Kuttner, Dr. and DDS. Barry Goldenberg, Ursula Hodel, Estate of Mr. Shu Uemura.

 

BRADSHAW, 2003, No. 3 of 44: collection of the artist
Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York,
The New York Public Library, The National Gallery, Washington, DC, The San Francisco Museum
of Modern Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, The Art Institute of Chicago

 

 

   

P L A I N   A I R, 1 9 6 9 - 2 0 0 9
A   Boxed Limited Edition,  Edition of 10, self-published in 2009 consists of a text by the artist about an installation with live birds
and accompanying images and objects made from it. There are quotes by John Cage • Thomas McEvilley • Ellen Handy
about this work. The box consists of thirty-seven 7 x 5 inch archival inkjet prints wrapped in an inner sleeve and housed in a 7 ½ x 5 ½ inch box.
Ed. No 2: Estate of Thomas McEvilley; Ed. No. 3: Darlene Markovich,San Francisco, CA

 

 

P E F O R M A N C E, 1 9 7 6- 2 0 0 6
Edition of 10, 2008, self-published, 7 x 5 inches, bound with steel clips, seventy six pages of archival inkjet prints, with one subjected to fire anotherto water, with images and texts from invited and participating artists, art historians, Metropolitan curators and the Battalion Commander of the 85th Street Fire Department which maintains the Metropolitan Museum's precinct. Collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Robert Gordon, New York; Gina and Dexter Williams, Los Angeles

   

C O N T I N G E N C Y,   1 9 8 4 - 2 0 0 3
A  Boxed Limited Edition, Edition of 10, self-published in 2010 with text by the artist and quotes by John Cage, Thomas McEvilley, Regina Coppola,
Barry Schwabsky, Ken Johnson, Regan Upshaw, Duncan McClean, Simon Schuster and Charles Stuckey on Contingency paintings, works on paper and murals that are surfaced in pure silver and treated with a chemical that causes them to change with the atmosphere. The box consists of eighty 7 x 5 inch archival inkjet prints wrapped in an inner sleeve and  housed in a 7 ½ x 5 ½ inch box.

   

C O P P E R  &  S T O N E, 1 9 9 3 - 2 0 1 0
A Boxed Limited Edition, Edition of 10, self-published in 2010 consists of the artist's text about indoor and outdoor copper and stone sculptures accompanied by quotes by John Cage, Thomas McEvilley, Collette Chattopadhyay, Regina Coppola, Peter Hornung, Mette Sandbye, Janet Kaploz, Luxury Magazine Paris and Jan Gardner Castro. There are sixty-nine 7 x 5 inch archival inkjet prints wrapped in an inner sleeve and housed in a 7 ½ x 5 ½ inch box.

 

 

   

S A L T,  1 9 9 6- 2 0 0 6
A Limited Boxed Edition, Edition of 10, self-published in 2010 including images of salt works in boulder or granular form designed to interact with a slow drip of water: Negative Ions I and II, and Salt, Half Heard and Six Continents. Six Continents consists of variously colored salt taken from each continent shown in a three installations beginning with Philadelphia,then Los Angeles and finally Gwanju, South Korea. In Rome the dripping action for Negative Ions II took place through a square cut between two floors. The text is by the artist, accompanied by reviews and comments by John Cage, Thomas McEvilley, Peter Frank, and Christopher Knight. The box consists of forty-three 7x 5 inch archival inkjet printswrapped in an inner sleeve and housed in a 7 ½ x 5 ½ inch box.     

 

Indeterminacy [Plateblock], 2006
Edition of four
Archival Inkjet prints which are able to be posted

 

 

R A D I O   R O C K S, 1 9 9 8 - 2 0 0 8
A   Limited Boxed Edition, Edition of 10, self-published in 2008 on the occasion of Radio Rocks exhibition at Larry Becker Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Radios employing pyrite, galena, hematite and flurite mixers access local and short-wave signals. They are accompanied by microwave recievers picking up sounds identified as echoes of the Big Bang. There is a computer hookup to live radio emissions from Jupiter transmitted on a dedicated line from a radio telescope at Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute (PARI) in Rosman, North Carolina. The various radios are mounted on three stone cairns which act as atennas. The box consists of thirty 7 x 5 inch archival inkjet prints of plans, exhibitions and a permanent installation. A CD of the portfolio is included in which each page has sounds of radio emissions from Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Earth. The portfolio iswrapped in an inner sleeve and housed in a 7 ½  x  5 ½ inch box.

 

 

ZERO SPACE, ZERO TIME, INFINITE HEA T. ANGLES 12 ROTATIONS. QUICK CONSTRUCTIONS, 2000-2010
A Limited Boxed Edition, Edition of 10, self-published in 2010 with texts by Edward J Sozanski, Edith Newhall and Roberta Fallon about plaster murals, works on paper and Angle paintings that were scored for a daily rotation while on exhibition. The box consists of forty-seven 7 x 5 inch archival inkjet prints that are wrapped in an inner sleeve and housed in a 7 ½ x 5 ½ inch box.

 

 

 

I M A G E S, 1 971 - 2 0 1 0
A   Limited Boxed Edition, Editon of 10, self-published in 2010 with text by David Frankel about images of the artist's silver gelatin prints, archival inkjet prints and Daguerreotypes.
The box includes thirty-four 7 x 5 inch archival inkjet prints that are wrapped in an inner sleeve and housed in a 7 ½ x  5 ½ inch box.

 

Small Enough to Fail, 2011
T shirt in honor of the Occupy Wall Street prototype

 

Arab Spring, 2011
T shirt in honor of the Occupy Wall Street prototype

 

 

M U L T I P L ES  &  O B J E C T S, 1 9 6 9 - 2 0 1 1
A   Limited Boxed Edition, Edition of 10, self-published in 2011 consists of forty-three 7 x 5 inch archival inkjet prints of images of multiples, objects and editions.
The prints are wrapped in an inner sleeve and housed in a 7 ½ x 5  ½ inch box.

 

 

M E R C E    C U N N I N G H A M    D A N C E    C O M P A N Y
D E C O R E    &    C O S T U M E S    D O V E    B R A D S H A W,
 1 9 8 4 -1 9 91
A   Limited Boxed Edition, Edition of 10, self-published in 2010 consists of sixty-seven 7 x 5 inch archival inkjet prints of performance photographs of Merce Cunningham Dance Company works for which Dove Bradshaw had made sets, costumes and lighting: Phrases, Arcade, Points In Space, Fabrications, Cargo X and Trackers along with a proposal for Berlin. The dances are accompanied by excerpted texts by David Vaughan taken from Merce Cunningham 50 Years, Aperture, New York, 2000 along with descriptions by Bradshaw of her collaboration with Merce Cunningham and her approach to each work. The Box includes an original drawing by Bradshaw and a CD of the LTD Box. It is signed, the prints are wrapped in an inner sleeve and housed in a 7 ½ x 5  ½ inch box.

 
Plain Air, 2012
Glass paperweight prototype
3-inch diameter

 

Plain Air T Shirt and Thorn T Shirt, 2016

 



Motion Discomfort, 2016
Mixed media, 9 x 5 ¾ inches