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Parkett by Dieter von Graffenried
Parkett, No. 1: Enzo Cucchi by Theodora Vischer1
Parkett #3 by Martin Disler3
Parkett #4 by Meret Oppenheim4
Parkett 5 by Eric Fischl5
Parkett No. 6 by Jannis Kounellis6
Parkett No. 7 1986. Collaboration Brice Marden by Bice Curiger7
Collaboration Markus Raetz (Parkett, 8) by Markus Raetz8
Parkett #9 by Editor (PARKETT). Bice Curiger9
Collaboration: Bruce Nauman (Parkett Art Magazine, No 10, 1986) by Bruce Nauman10
Parkett Number 11 (Art Magazine) by Georg Baselitz11
Collaboration Andy Warhol: Parkett No. 12 (Parkett Art Magazine, No 12, 1987) by Andy Warhol12
Parkett #13 by Rebecca Horn13
Parkett #14 by Parkett14
Parkett No. 15 Mario Merz (Parkett Art Magazine, No 15, 1988) by Mario Merz15
Parkett No. 16: Collaboration Robert Wilson by Parkett16
Collaboration: Peter Fischli David Weiss (Parkett No. 17) by Peter Fischli17
Parkett 18: Collaboration Edward Ruscha (Parkett Series) by Edward Ruscha18
Parkett No. 19: Collaborations Jeff Koons, Martin Kippenberger by Parkett19
Collaboration Tim Rollins K.O.S.: Parkett 20 (Parkett, No. 20) by Tim . K. O. S. Rollins20
Parkett No. 21 Alex Katz (Parkett Series) by Parkett21
Parkett 22: Collaborations by Christian Boltanski22
Parkett No. 23 Richard Artschwager (Parkett Series) by Richard Artschwager23
Parkett No. 24 Alighiero E Boetti (Parkett Art Magazine, No 24, 1991) by Alighiero e Boetti24
James Turrell and Katharina Fritsch (Parkett Art Magazine Ser No. 25) by Beat Streuli Insert25
Collaboration: Gunther Forg, Taaffe, Philip (Parkett Art No 26, 1990) by Gunther Forg26
Parkett 27. Louise Bourgeois & Robert Gober by Louise Bourgeois27
Parkett No. 28: Franz Gertsch & Thomas Ruff (Parkett Art Magazine, No 28, 1991) by Franz Gertsch28
Collaborations: John Baldessari & Cindy Sherman by Editor (PARKETT). Curiger Bice29
Parkett: No. 30: 1991 by Parkett30
Parkett No. 31: David Hammons / Mike Kelley Issue (English and German Edition) by Bice Curiger31
Parkett #32 by Sherrie Levine32
Parkett 33: Rosemarie Trockel, Christopher Wool by Christopher Wool33
Parkett No. 34 Ilya Kabakov, Richard Prince by Илья Кабаков34
Parkett 35: Gerhard Richter by RICHTER GERHARD35
Parkett Vol 36:Sophie Cale/Balkenhol by Parkett36
Parkett: Charles Ray/Franz West by Charles Ray37
Parkett No. 38 Ross Bleckner, Marlene Dumas by Parkett38
Parkett No. 39 Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Wolfgang Laib by Felix Gonzalez-Torres39
Parkett No. 40/41 Snakes & Ladders by Bice Curiger40/41
Parkett No. 42 Lawrence Weiner, Rachel Whiteread by Lawrence Weiner42
Parkett No Susan Rothenberg Juan Muno by Juan Munoz43
Parkett No. 44 Vija Celmins, Andreas Gurskey, Rirkrit Tiravanija by Vija Celmins44
Parkett No. 45 Matthew Barney, Sarah Lucas, Roman Signer (Parkett Series) (Vol 45) by Unknown45
Parkett No. 46 Richard Artschwager, Cady Noland, Hiroshi Sugimoto (Vol 46) by Hiroshi Sugimoto46
Parkett No. 47 Tony Oursler, Raymond Pettibon, Thomas Schutte (v. 47) by Tony Oursler47
Parkett No. 48 Gary Hume, Gabriel Orozco, Pipilotti Rist by Gary Hume48
Parkett No. 49 Laurie Anderson, Douglas Gordon, Jeff Wall by Laurie Anderson49
Parkett No. 50/51 Armleder, Koons, Mylayne, Struth, Wiiliams by Jeff Koons50/51
Parkett (The Parkett Series with Contemporary Artists) by Karen Kilimnick52
Parkett #53 Year 1998 by Parkett53
Parkett No. 54 Roni Horn/Mariko Mori/Beat Streuli (German and English Edition) by Roni Horn54
PARKETT No. 55 Ed Ruscha and Andreas Slominsky by Parkett55
Parkett No. 56 Vanessa Beecroft, Ellsworth Kelly, Jorge Pardo by Jorge Pardo56
Parkett No. 57 1999 by Parkett57
Parkett No. 58 Sylvie Fleury, Jason Rhoades, James Rosenquist by Sylvie Fleury58
Parkett No. 59 Maurizio Cattelan, Yayoi Kusama, Kara Walker (Vol 59) by Yayoi Kusama59
Parkett # 60: Chuck Close, Diana Thater, Luc Tuymans by Anna Sara Sofia Arrhenius60
Parkett #61: Liam Gillick, Sarah Morris, Bridget Riley, Matthew Ritchie by Bridget Riley61
Parkett No. 62 by Andreas Ruby62
Parkett #63: Collaborations Tracey Emin, William Kentridge, Gregor Schneider by Tracey Emin63
Parkett No. 64: Olafur Eliasson, Tom Friedman, Rodney Graham by Ólafur Elíasson64
Parkett No. 65 : John Currin, Laura Owens, Michael Raedecker (German Edition) by John Currin65
Parkett #66: Daniel Buren, Angela Bulloch, Pierre Huyghe by Daniel Buren66
Parkett #67: Collaborations by John Bock67
Parkett No. 68: Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Franz Ackermann, Dan Graham by Ruf Beatrix68
Parkett No. 69: Francis Alys, Isa Genzken, Anish Kapoor (German Edition) by Francis Alys69
Parkett No. 70: Christian Marclay, Wilhelm Sasnal, Gillian Wearing, Plus Franz West (The Parkett Series) (German Edition) by Christian Marclay70
Parkett No. 71: Olaf Breuning, Richard Phillips, Keith Tyson Plus Pipilotti Rist by Parkett71
Parkett No. 72: Monica Bonvicini, Richard Prince, Urs Fischer by Bice Curiger72
Parkett No. 73: Paul Mccarthy, Ellen Gallagher, Anri Sala by Ellen Gallagher73
Parkett No. 74 (German Edition) by Parkett74
Parkett No. 75: Kai Althoff, Glenn Brown, Dana Schutz by Kai Althoff75
Parkett No. 76: Yang Fudong, Lucy McKenzie, Julie Mehretu by Yang Fudong76
Parkett No. 77: Trisha Donnelly, Carsten Holler, Rudolf Stingel by Carsten Holler77
Parkett No. 78: Ernesto Neto, Olaf Nicolai, Rebecca Warren by Ernesto Neto78
Parkett No. 79: Jon Kessler, Marilyn Minter and Albert Oehlen by Mark Godfrey79
Parkett No. 80: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Mark Grotjahn, and Allora & Calzadilla (Parkett) (English and German Edition) by Bice Curiger80
Parkett No. 81: Christian Jankowski, Cosima von Bonin, Ai Weiwei by Bice Curiger81
Parkett No. 82: Pawel Althamer, Louise Bourgeois, Rachel Harrison by Bice Curiger82
Parkett No. 83: Robert Frank, Wade Guyton, Christopher Wool by Wade Guyton83
Parkett No. 84: Zoe Leonard, Tomma Abts, Mai-Thu Perret by Zoe Leonard84
Parkett No. 85: Maria Lassnig, Beatriz Milhazes, Jean-Luc Mylayne, Josh Smith by Zoe Leonard85
Parkett No. 86: John Baldessari, Carol Bove, Josiah McElheny, Philippe Parreno by John Baldessari86
Parkett No. 87: Cerith Wyn Evans, Katharina Fritsch, Annette Kelm, Kelley Walker by Parkett87
Parkett No. 88 Sturtevant, Andro Wekua, Paul Chan, Kerstin Brätsch by Paul Chan88
Parkett No. 89: Mark Bradford, Oscar Tuazon, Charline von Heyl, Haegue Yang by Mark Bradford89
Parkett No. 90 El Anatsui, Nathalie Djurberg, Rashid Johnson, R.H. Quaytman by El Anatsui90
Parkett No. 91: Yto Barrada, Nicole Eisenman, Liu Xiaodong, Monika Sosnowska by Yto Barrada91
Parkett No. 92: Jimmie Durham, Helen Marten, Pauline Olowska, Damián Ortega by Bice Curiger92

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