Along with the project a publication, including a collection of statements on the topic, will also be realized; experts of different areas inform about the selling, the collection, the preservation of art and discuss – up until now still – unsolved problems elucidating them through different case studies.
In addition everyone can post statements on the blog of the website.

Hard to Sell, Good to Have
Edited by Alexandra Grausam, Barbara Horvath and Elsy Lahner
Cardboard Box with four volumes and DVD
Format approx 14.8 x 21 cm
In total approx. 200 pages, approx. 30 illustrations
Language: English

With essays by
Diana Baldon, Gabrielle Cram, Franziska Herzog, Genoveva Rückert, Axel Stockburger, Thomas D. Trummer

With statements by
Robert Barry, Joseph Beuys, Francesco Bonami, Karen te Brake-Baldock, Sabeth Buchmann, Chris Burden, Ian Burn, Helen Escobedo, Sadie Coles, Jan Dibbets, Michael Elmgreen & Ingar Dragset, Lorenzo Fusi, Jack Goldstein, Ingvild Goetz, Thomas Hirschhorn, Ysbrand Hummelen, Andrea Jungmann, William Kentridge, Andreas Kristof, Eve Andrée Laramée, Pip Laurenson, Kristina Leko, Doris Leutgeb, Lucy R. Lippard, Gustav Metzger, Dorcas Müller, Rabih Mroué, Olaf Nicolai, Carsten Nicolai, Yoko Ono, Anatoly Osmolovsky, Kirsten Pieroth, Raqs Media Collective, Georg Russegger, Hiltrud Schinzel, Jasper Sharp, Robert Smithson, Robert Storr, Miho Tagomori, Rirkrit Tiravanija, James Turrell, Bernar Venet, Glenn Wharton, and many more.

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