Mar 16 - Apr 27, 2024

Jack Goldstein
A suite of five 10-inch records with colored labels in place of titles
Sound installation
Dimensions variable
Edition size unknown

Glenn Ligon
Digital image with hand-drawn additions, framed
Sheet size: 27.9 x 35.6 cm (11 x 14 in.)
Image size: 13 x 17.8 cm (5.13 x 7 in.)
Edition of 30

Richard Artschwager
S.M.S. [Shit Must Stop] Portfolio No. 6
Screenprint cover with printed coffee stains
28 × 18.2 × 1.5 cm (11 × 7 3/16 × 9/16 in.)
Edition of 2000
Published by Letter Edged in Black Press, Inc

Andy Hope 1930
Welt ohne Ende
Mixed media
Diameter 9.5cm
Edition of 100
Published by Texte zur Kunst

Richard Artschwager
Hydraulic Door Check
Boxed catalogue with rubberized horsehair cover
23.5 x 19.4 x 5.1 cm (9 1/4 x 7 5/8 x 2 in.)
Edition of 500
Published by  Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König

Wade Guyton
X Poster (Untitled, 2007, Epson UltraChrome inkjet on linen, 84 x 69 inches, WG1208)
212.4 x 174.9 cm (83 5/8 x 68 in.)
Edition of 100
Published by Printed Matter Inc.

Gardar Eide Einarsson
Risk-Reduction Strategies for Law Enforcement; Tactics 47
38 × 28 cm (15 × 11 in.)
Edition of 20
Published by VFO Editions

Gardar Eide Einarsson
Untitled (#10)
Silkscreen on paper
29 x 40 cm (11.4 x 15.7 in.)
Edition of 2

Gardar Eide Einarsson
Untitled (#8)
Silkscreen on paper
29 x 40 cm (11.4 x 15.7 in.)
Edition of 2

Gordon Matta-Clark
Fresh Air Cart (Gordon Matta-Clark: A Retrospective)
Plastic bag, respirator, postcard
20.3 x 14.0 cm (8 x 5 1/2 in.) plastic bag
Edition size unknown
Published by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Dan Flavin
Guggenheim Tondo
Double-sided mezzotint on handmade paper, curled and stitched
15 × 47 × 14 cm (5 9/10 × 18 1/2 × 5 1/2 in.)
Edition of 25
Published by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Claes Oldenburg
Tea Bag
Laminated vacuum-formed vinyl, screenprint on vinyl, felt, acrylic, rayon cord
99.1 x 71.1 x 8.9 cm (39 x 28 x 3 1/2 in.)
Edition of 125
Published by Multiples Inc.

About the exhibition

OSCAAR MOULIGNE is pleased to announce the exhibition Multiples, on view from March 16 until April 27, 2024.


This exhibition will focus on the notion of the artist’s multiple and its constantly challenged definition across various mediums, movements, and artistic practices. A number of selected works will be brought together to explore different ways in which artists have worked with and interpreted the idea of a work of art intended to exist in a quantity greater than one—or multiplicity. Works shown in the exhibition include those by: Richard Artschwager, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Dan Flavin, Jack Goldstein, Wade Guyton, Andy Hope 1930, Glenn Ligon, and Gordon Matta-Clark.


The exhibition will also feature works produced by Multiples Inc., an art publishing company established in 1965 by a group of five partners including Marian Goodman who afterwards founded the eponymous gallery in New York in 1977. During its existence, Multiples, Inc. published groundbreaking multiples and editions over a period of almost three decades between 1966 and 1992, with many significant artists of the 20th century such as Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, and Robert Rauschenberg. These multiples and editions, which often incorporated the use of new material and contemporary manufacturing techniques, “allowed a democracy of distribution” and were pivotal in paving the way for works of art to be further accessible and in reaching new audiences.


Taking inspiration from the history of Multiples Inc. as well as its influence and trajectory leading up to today, OSCAAR MOULIGNE has co-published with twelvebooks a Japanese translated edition of a catalogue produced by Marian Goodman Gallery on the occasion of a 2021 exhibition in New York, which was comprised of a historically complete list of all the Multiples, Inc. editions; a selection of over 150 editions published by Multiples, Inc. in collaboration with over 70 artists; and archival documents illustrating the history of the company.


The range of works presented in the exhibition Multiples, from silkscreen prints to sculptural objects to sound installation—as well as the ways in which they have been produced and circulated by various arts organizations, museums, publishers, and galleries—demonstrates how multiples can encapsulate the ideas intricately threading through an artist’s entire oeuvre while also embodying an individual uniqueness informed by a spirit of accessibility and the idea of “many.”


“One is unique, two are a couple, and three approaches many.”
– Marcel Duchamp

OSCAAR MOULIGNEはこのたび「マルチプルズ」展を開催いたします(2024年3月16日―4月27日)。






マルチプルズ社の歴史だけでなく、今日まで続くその影響や軌跡にインスピレーションを得て、OSCAAR MOULIGNEはtwelvebooksと共同で、マリアン・グッドマン・ギャラリーが2021年、ニューヨークで開催した展覧会のカタログ日本語版を刊行しています。同書はマルチプルズ社が出版した150点以上のエディションを網羅したリストや、その図版、同社の歴史を物語るアーカイヴ資料を収録しています。


本展の出品作はシルクスクリーンプリントから彫刻的オブジェ、サウンド・インスタレーションと多様です。これらの作品がさまざまなアート団体、美術館、出版社、ギャラリーを介してどのように流通してきたかを考えれば、〈マルチプル〉が、アーティストたちの作品全体と複雑に交錯していること、さらに、幅広い鑑賞者がアートにアクセスできるようにし、「多数 many 」という発想に刺激を受けつつ、それぞれのアーティストが独自性を発揮する場であることが明らかになります。


“One is unique, two are a couple, and three approaches many.”
– Marcel Duchamp

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