Profile: Mexican Dutch Concrete poet, performance artist, book/mail artist and collector, born in 1941 in San Andres Tuxtla, Veracruz, Mexico and died 6 October 1989 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Variations: Viewing All Ulises Carrion. Ulises, Ulises Carrión.
Hamlet, For Two Voices. Three Spanish Pieces. First Spanish Lesson. 45 Revoluciones Por Minuto. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.
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Ulises Carrión (1941, San Andres Tuxtla, Mexico - 1989, Amsterdam, The Netherlands), considered as "perhaps Mexico’s most important conceptual artist", is widely known for his decisive role in defining and conceptualising the artistic genre artists' book through his manifest The New Art of Making Books (1975). But his alertness and interest in new forms of art and innovative operations implicated that he was active in most of the artistic fields of his time. The activities cover artworks, theory and independent institutional initiatives. 2013 Winter) "Ulises Carrión's The Poet's Tongue" BOMB. Issue 122. Retrieved 03 October 2015.
Ulises started the artists' bookstore Other Books and So in Amsterdam in 1975. and was printed by the Center for Book Arts in 1975 at the request of the author and distributed free to the Center's members. it does not address itself to the book-addicts or try to steal its public away from TV. 6-7. politics. Visual Studies Workshop. Ed. and also reprinted in Guy Schraenen: Ulises Carrión. The farthest the old art has come to. and to understand it. ARTISTS' BOOKS: A Critical Anthology And Sourcebook.
|A1||Hamlet, For Two Voices||15:36|
|B1||Three Spanish Pieces||7:21|
|B3||First Spanish Lesson||7:13|
|B4||45 Revoluciones Por Minuto||3:59|
- Voice – Martha Hawley (tracks: A1)
NotesFirst LP ever issued by Ulises Carrion who in 1975 "created" the legendary bookshop-gallery "Other Books & So", the first space dedicated exclusively to artists’ publications such as artists' records, books, magazines, postcards. Edition limited to 270 copies.
|GSCH 011||Ulises Carrion||The Poet's Tongue (Cass, Ltd)||Guy Schraenen Éditeur||GSCH 011||Belgium||1977|