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Fandangos / Phandangos / Vandangos

Country: Netherlands
Format: Mag/Lit
Galerie Studio AGORA
Some issues are subtitled Fandangos - The Most Important European Art Scandalpaper - Fandangos isn't an art paper but an art piece . Indeed, Fandangos is seen as one of the most important conceptual art magazines from the Netherlands, which shows the importance of South American avant-garde artists to the conceptual art scene of The Netherlands in the 1970s. Issues included are as follows Vandangos (aka Fandangos no. 1) , Maastricht, December 1973. 610 x 430 mm. Poster/sheet printed black on white paper stock. Subtitled Vandangos is publishing projects, documentations, ideas, commentaries, activities with the aim of an overall communication . Contributions included: Antonio Caro ( Imperialism is a Paper Tiger ), Ulises Carrion ( Why plagiarisms? because ), Guglielmo Achille Cavellini, Felipe Ehrenberg ( The Informer 1957, 1968, 1972: Short Story in Five Parts, September 1973 ), Robert Filliou, Hreinn Fridfinnsson ( The Dream ), Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Raul Marroquin, Pieter Laurens Mol, Marjo Schumans, Rod Summers ( Hands ), Cecilia Vecuna, Anton Verhoeven. Condition: toning as seen, no tears. Very good+; Fandangos 2 , Maastricht, January 1974. 109 x 79.5 cm. Sheet printed green on white paper with red rubber-stamps. Contributors include a glued card by Cavellini, Marjo Schumans, Robert Filliou, Thomas Niggl, Jonathan Ellender, Yoshio Nakajima, David Mayor, Hreinn Fridfinnsson and others. Condition: folded as issued. Very good+/near fine; Phandangos 3! (aka Fandangos no. 3) , Agora/Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht. Undated (c.1972). 520 x 395 mm. Two issues supplied in this set, each with a unique collage element to cover. Printed black on large format newsprint with numerous unique collages and cut-out interventions throughout. On each issue the cover includes a unique collage element (magazine cut-out glued to the page) as well as Blue Landscape by Dick Wessels, a blue acetate square stapled to the cover. Contributors include: Thomas Niggl, Herbert Walker, Dick Wessels, Bernardo Salcedo, Karina Raeck, G. J de Rook, Michael Gibbs, Jacques Lizene, Davi Det Hompson, Jorgos Chronis, Ovum, Cayc, Ad Gerritsen, Marten Hendrix, peter Hutchinson, Marjo Schumans, Peter Adamski Etiquette, Christiane Berndes, Jochen Gerz, Michel Druks, Anton Verhoeven, Geza Perneczsky (with rubberstamp in red), Beverly Parke, Klaus Groh, Guillermo Duarte, Jan Tomaschoff and others. Condition: slight toning, very good+/near fine; Van Tangos (aka Fandangos no. 4) , Agora, Maastricht. Autumn/Winter 1974. 448 x 294 mm. 12pp. Printed black on white newsprint. Subtitled Fandangos The First European Art Newspaper . Title concept by Klaus Groh. Contributors include: Peter Hutchinson, Nikolaus Urban, Janos Urban, E. Buchwalder, John M. Armleder, Yoshia Nakajima, Carlo Giovanni Cicatelli, Anna Banana, H. B Reeskamp, F. Pezolo, Michael Gibbs, Marjo Schumans, Rod Summers, Raul Marroquin, Filip Francis, Michael Druks, Ruedi Schill, W. Vazan, Robin Crozier, Anton Verhoeven, H. Dekker, K. Benning, H. B Walker, W. Cuvelier, Groupe Cap, L Coppers, John Liggins, L. Walz, Michel Cardena, Johan Van Geluwe, Maurizio Nanucci, Hans Werneg Kalkmann, Maurizio Nannucci, Allen Fisher and others. Condition: Near fine; Fun-Dangos 5 (aka Fandangos no. 5) , Maastricht. Undated (1975). 445 x 290 mm. Printed black on blue large format newsprint paper. Subtitled The Most Important European Art Scandalpaper - Fandangos isn't an art paper but an art piece . Title concept is attributed to Michael Gibbs. Includes contribution by Ulises Carrion From Fandangos to you ; interview with Tony Pegotty; double-p.
Raul Marroquin, Marjo Schumans, Anton Verhoeven, Ulises Carrion, Ger van Dijck, Antonio Caro, Guglielmo Achille Cavellini, Felipe Ehrenberg, David Mayor, Robert Filliou, Hreinn Fridfinnsson, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Pieter Laurens Mol, Rod Summers, Anton Verhoeven, Thomas Niggl, Yoshio Nakajima, Michael Gibbs, Davi Det Hompson, CAYC, Marten Hendrix, Jochen Gerz, Michel Druks, Geza Perneczsky, Beverly Parke, Guillermo Duarte, Anna Banana, Robin Crozier, Johan Van Geluwe, Nicolas Uriburu, COUM, Carlos Ginzburg, Joseph Beuys, Nam June Paik, Bill Gagline, Michel Cardena, J.C. Kocman, Charlotte Moorman, Jorge Caballero, Peter Frank, Julia Hayward, Ben D'Armagnac, Elsa Stansfield, Madieon Hookaas, Nan Hoover, Yves de Smet, Nikolaus Urban, Willoughby