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Parkett's Time Capsule:
e-Book Preview with Rare & Selected Works & Books from 33 Years


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This 238 page book documents for the first time Parkett’s thirty three year time capsule and its core focus to explore and present the work of compelling artists in direct collaboration with them. Following the closing print issue 100/101, the book features some 160 rare and selected editions made by artists especially for Parkett, all volumes and their covers, a selection of artists sketches and letters and more. In her essay, Deborah Wye, curator of MoMA New York’s Parkett exhibition, looks at the various ways in which Parkett has collaborated with artists, including the books, texts, editions, inserts, spines, covers, and the design of the publication.



All book and edition pages feature one-click links to further online info incl. selected Parkett texts on each artist and more. You can browse the PDF on your laptop in double page view. On tablets and smartphones you can browse it in single page view.



“… Parkett charts a vast array of changes that have swept through the art world since the 1980s … including not only the inevitable march of new and old ideas … but through Parkett’s history one can study the increasing interconnectedness of artistic centers across the globe and the impact of new technologies on artmaking. Parkett really is a special case... and has influenced artists in ways that stretch far beyond exhibition and publishing, and this influence will likely continue well into the future,” Glenn Phillips, Curator and Head of Modern and Contemporary Collections, Getty Center, Santa Monica, CA.



For further information and questions, or if you wish to reserve the expanded print version of this book ($65 approx) please contact us in Zurich or New York or email Emma Whisler at e.whisler@parkettart.com.

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Download the e-book here


This 238 page book documents for the first time Parkett’s thirty three year time capsule and its core focus to explore and present the work of compelling artists in direct collaboration with them. Following the closing print issue 100/101, the book features some 160 rare and selected editions made by artists especially for Parkett, all volumes and their covers, a selection of artists sketches and letters and more. In her essay, Deborah Wye, curator of MoMA New York’s Parkett exhibition, looks at the various ways in which Parkett has collaborated with artists, including the books, texts, editions, inserts, spines, covers, and the design of the publication.

All book and edition pages feature one-click links to further online info incl. selected Parkett texts on each artist and more. You can browse the PDF on your laptop in double page view. On tablets and smartphones you can browse it in single page view.

“… Parkett charts a vast array of changes that have swept through the art world since the 1980s … including not only the inevitable march of new and old ideas … but through Parkett’s history one can study the increasing interconnectedness of artistic centers across the globe and the impact of new technologies on artmaking. Parkett really is a special case... and has influenced artists in ways that stretch far beyond exhibition and publishing, and this influence will likely continue well into the future,” Glenn Phillips, Curator and Head of Modern and Contemporary Collections, Getty Center, Santa Monica, CA.

For further information and questions, or if you wish to reserve the expanded print version of this book ($65 approx) please contact us in Zurich or New York or email Emma Whisler at e.whisler@parkettart.com.