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On View at Parkett New York:

Small Is Beautiful


Rare and Available Artists’ Editions & Books, 1984-2016

You are welcome to view this thirty year survey of over one hundred works at Parkett New York or online

› To browse the works on view at Parkett New York click here

On view are rare and available works in all media from the Eighties, Nineties and the new Millennium. Among the artists featured in a cabinet like presentation are Sigmar Polke, Jeff Koons, Martin Kippenberger, Mario Merz, Laurie Anderson, Katharina Fritsch, Tracey Emin, Beatriz Milhazes, Robert Frank, Ragnar Kjartansson, Vija Celmins, Camille Henrot, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Hito Steyerl, Nicole Eisenman, Rachel Harrison, Albert Oehlen, Dana Schutz, Yang Fudong, Anri Sala, Christopher Wool and many others.
Also on view are videos and multimedia works by Allora/Calzadilla, Sturtevant, Bruce Nauman, Diana Thater and Tony Oursler.

Parkett Publishers
145 Ave. of the Americas, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10013

(SW Corner of Ave. of the Americas & Spring Street)

By appointment only.
Please call or email Melissa Burgos for more information at
212.673.2660 or

NY Viewing

View list of artists on view at Parkett New York

“… the diversity of works on view offer a sense of what artists can do with the challenge of how to distill their practices into a single, compact object or image … in doing so the show goes beyond traditional notions of space, scale and scope, in ways both subversive and poetic.”

Philip Tinari, Director, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing

All covers 1-97

Parkett Vol. 1 – 97

All Books Vol. 1-97 On View

All volumes of Parkett from 1984 to now including out-of-print copies are at hand during the viewing. Available issues are on sale both individually or as a Set of all 60 available Volumes.
For out-of-print volumes and to complete your Parkett Library please contact Melissa Burgos by phone or email
212.673.2660 or

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Abraham Cruzvillegas for Parkett 97

Bruce Nauman

“Violent Incident”, 1986
Video for Parkett 10

“Commissioned by PARKETT, the most important artists of our time have created editions that represent the essence of their art or reveal an unexpected dimension. The works cover every possible medium including painting, photographs, drawings, prints, sculptures, videos, DVDs,and sound pieces.”

Iwona Blazwick, Director, The Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

Camille Henrot  for Parkett 97

Raymond Pettibon

“Untitled” (Justly Felt,
Brilliantly Said), 1996
For Parkett 47

“What makes these editions so remarkable, is the fact that the works have been created especially for Parkett with publisher and artist working in close collaboration …. A singularity of concept endows these pictures, objects, videos, and photographs...”

Reinhold Misselbeck, Curator, Ludwig Museum, Cologne, 1998

Nauman for 10

Allora / Calzadilla
“Deadline”, 2007
Video for Parkett 80

“Parkett’s editions highlight the Zeitgeist, the hopes and fears of artists in the globalized world, their questions of identity, of past and future, their zest for life, and their creation of new utopias...”

NZZ , Zurich


Selected Works from 30 Years
Cabinet like presentation at Parkett New York

For any questions or to set an appointment to view the works please contact Melissa Burgos at the New York office by phone or email.

212.673.2660 or

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Selected Works from 30 Years

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Published bi-annually in Parkett’s book-bound signature design, each volume features four artists’ collaborations and some fifteen essays and texts, with numerous color illustrations on 250 pages. Each artist also contributes a work especially made for Parkett as a signed and limited edition. In addition to these artists’ collaborations, Parkett features various contributions on contemporary art within a series of playful sections such as Cumulus, Insert, or Les Infos du Paradis.