Barry Reigate Untitled, 2011

Untitled, 2011 Concrete jigsaw Edition Edition 2 + 1 AP

Yann Sérandour – Convergence

Yann Sérandour
Convergence, 2009-2013

Magazine, puzzle, carton de conservation, capot plexiglas (97 x 67 x 5 cm)

En 1964, l’éditeur américain Springbok reproduisait le tableau de Jackson Pollock Convergence (1952) sous la forme d’un puzzle vendu alors comme « The World’s Most Difficult Jigsaw Puzzle ». En septembre 1972, Lawrence Alloway signait dans le magazine Artforum l’article « Network: The Art World Described as a System » illustré par un fragment de ce même puzzle. L’œuvre devient ici le plateau de jeu sur lequel le puzzle original est réassemblé autour des morceaux reproduits sur la page. Y convergent les objets à travers lesquels l’art d’une époque se distribue et se consomme, se commente et s’échange.

RYAN GANDER – ‘…and their integrity was uncompromising’

Incomplete jigsaw puzzle, with 33% of its pieces missing
A3
Edition of 15 with 8 AP’s

source : http://www.newarteditions.com/ryan-gander-integrity-uncompromising/

sophy naess

Source : https://bilaga.wordpress.com/editions/

New York based artist Sophy Naess has made a collaborative project including
MoMA/Franklin Furnace/Artist Book Collection and our subscribers!

Every subscriber receives a piece of a puzzle and an open invitation to visit the Franklin Furnace Artist Book Collection at MoMA to handle in their piece of the puzzle. In return our subscribers will be given a certificate, however more importantly, become an active part in this work. Included in the work is also a background story about Shophys first encounter with the collection and the history of the collection itself.

For more information;
www.sophynaess.com
www.MoMA/FF/artistbookcollection

DESIGN ATYPYK – PUZZLE–PUZZLE

by : hatypyk.com

FINISH THROUGH THE BEGINNING

JIGSAW PUZZLE OF A JIGSAW PUZZLE

140 PIECES
MEASUREMENTS: 20 x 30 CM
REF.: AT27139

MADE IN FRANCE
DESIGN ATYPYK

Un Puzzle pour l’Autisme

http://www.tajan.com/fr/actualite/CP2013/TAJAN_Puzzle.asp

Liste des Artistes Participants dans l’ordre du catalogue :
JEF AEROSOL, ALBIOLO, GILLES BALMET, REBECCA BOURNIGAULT, CÉLESTE BOURSIER-MOUGENOT, MIGUEL CHEVALIER, PHILIPPE COGNÉE, JEAN DAVIOT, GAËL DAVRINCHE, HERVé DI ROSA, JOEL DUCORROY, ENDER, FAZ, DAMIEN-PAUL GAL, FABRICE GINERO, ISABELLE GIOVACCHINI, MILÈNE GUERMONT, JÉRÔME GULON, MARKUS HANSEN, CÉLESTE JAVA, MARC JOHNSON, HARRY KAMPIANNE, KASPER, KITO, KOUKA, KOSTA KULUNDZIC, THIERRY LAGALLA, FABRICE LANGLADE, ARTUS DE LAVILLEON, LAURENCE DE LEERSNYDER, MARIE LEPETIT, IRIS LEVASSEUR, LILI WENN, LUDO, JÉRÔME MESNAGER, Mr ONE TEAS, DOMINIQUE MULHEM, MARC NUCERA, FERNAND D’ONOFRIO, PHILIPPE PASQUA, DANIELA PROST, EMMANUEL REGENT, LIONEL SABATTÉ, VINCENT SCALI, LIONEL SCOCCIMARO, BENJAMIN SPARK, SPEEDY GRAPHITO, JEANNE SUSPLUGAS, WILSON TROUVÉ, MARKO VELK,VUK VIDOR
.

 

Joël Ducorroy – Puzzle d’un tableau contemporain

http://www.lamazarine.fr/livre-fiche.php?id=644&m=&tid=0&nlid=7

Galerie Polaris

Classification : multiples d’artistes

Lieu d’édition(s) : Paris

Année : 1990

Format : 30 cm X 40 cm

Véritable puzzle portant le texte « Puzzle d’un tableau contemporain », tiré à 40 exemplaires (et non 30 comme indiqué par erreur sur le catalogue raisonné des multiples de J. Ducorroy. Ici le n°38/40). Dans une emboîtage, accompané d’un certificat de la galerie Polaris signé par l’artiste.

 

Jason Dungan – 1000 Piece Puzzle

Jason Dungan – 1000 Piece Puzzle
2011

Kerri Reid – The Missing Piece of the Puzzle

I found a piece of a puzzle on a sidewalk in Toronto, and I attempted to return it to its owner by making a “found” poster and posting it on the street where I found the piece.  No one ever responded, though, and the poster was completely gone after just a few days.

I also made 10 replicas of the puzzle piece, painted in acrylic on cardboard, seen here as exhibited in Material Concerns at the Centres des arts actuels Skol in Montreal in 2008.

In 2009 I painted a 35 x 35” acrylic painting depicting how I found the puzzle piece, and I cut a hole in my painting for the original found piece to fit into, thus completing the puzzle.  I then cut up the painting in to puzzle pieces, put it in a box, and left it in a thrift store in Lethbridge, Alberta.  Documentation of this was shown in Small Things Forgotten, a project for the Southern Alberta Art Gallery’s “Into the Streets: Avenues for Art” 2009 exhibition series.