Art Against AIDS Japan. The Artist's Camera. Richard Marshall, curators Junji Ito.

Art Against AIDS Japan. The Artist's Camera.

Japan: GAmFAR and Gallery Interform, 1994. First edition. 102 postcards, and four accordion-folded booklets, housed in a folding card chemise and hosed in a thick printed card folder with title pastedown and black rubber band.

A remarkable assemblage of artist working with photography, which was published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name, held on the occasion of the Tenth International Conference of AIDS in Yokohama, Japan. The artists all donated their work for the project. The list of contributors is remarkable, including work by Richard Prince, Christopher Wool, Donald Baechler, Jennifer Bartlett, Billy Al Bengston, Ross Bleckner, Mel Bochner, David Byrne, Chuck Close, David Deutsch, David Hockney, Jeff Koons, Alex Katz, Joseph Kosetuh, Sol Lewitt, Roy Lichtenstein, Katsumi Asaba, Tadao Ando, KeijiIto, Jun Ito, Kazuo Kawaguchi, and many others.

Despite the scope of work and remarkable array of artists that participated, the publication seems to have had limited distribution. OCLC locates only two holdings worldwide.

Fine. Item #28252