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Marina Abramovic: Vinyl-Edition for 360 €
Marina Abramović: 512 Hours, 12” White Vinyl Edition of 100 plus 10 APs Hand signed and numbered, Tracklisting: Side A: An Artist’s Life Manifesto, Side B: 5pm, June 6 2014, Serpentine North Gallery, 275 Pound plus VAT

Works of  Marina Abramovic, perhaps the most important performance artist forever, appear extremly seldon in the art market. Only about 100 pieces have been sold at auction, at prices between 20.000 to 300.000 Euros for unique works.  Valuable prints and multiples are even more rare. "Vinyl", a limited edition of Serpentine Galleries, therefore looks like a perfect start for young collectors. It is the result of a collaboration between The Vinyl Factory with the Serpentine Gallery and Marina Abramović. The vinyl features a recording of Abramović performing her "An Artist's Life Manifesto",  recorded at the Serpentine Galleries on the eve of her exhibition "512 Hours" and costs 275 Pound Sterling or 360 Euro plus VAT.  Order.

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In a unique work created for the Serpentine, the internationally acclaimed artist Marina Abramovic will perform in the Gallery for the duration of her exhibition:  10am to 6pm, 6 days a week. Creating the simplest of environments in the Gallery spaces, Abramovic’s only materials will be herself, the audience and a selection of common objects that she will use in a constantly changing sequence of events. On arrival, visitors will both literally and metaphorically leave their baggage behind in order to enter the exhibition: bags, jackets, electronic equipment, watches and cameras may not accompany them.
The public will become the performing body, participating in the delivery of an unprecedented moment in the history of performance art.
Marina Abramovic is a pioneer of performance as an art form, using her own body as subject and object, she has pushed the physical and mental limits of her being. This is the first major performance by Abramovic since her monumental piece The Artist is Present, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 2010, in which visitors were invited to sit in silence opposite the artist and gaze into her eyes for an unspecified amount of time. Abramovic performed this work every day for three months.
The exhibition draws upon the history of Abramovic’s use of her body as the basic material of her artwork. During her residency at the Serpentine, the artist will, for the first time, commit to an unscripted and improvised presence in the space of the Gallery.
In the early 1970s, as a young artist in Belgrade, Abramovic began exploring the relationship between artist and audience. Since 1978 she has conducted a series of workshops with art students, using a series of simple exercises to increase physical and mental awareness. Over the course of her career, Abramovic has continued to develop these workshops, expanding their scope to reach a general public, through the Marina Abramovic Institute.spaces, Abramovic’s only materials will be herself, the audience and a selection of common objects that she will use in a constantly changing sequence of events. On arrival, visitors will both literally and metaphorically leave their baggage behind in order to enter the exhibition: bags, jackets, electronic equipment, watches and cameras may not accompany them.
The public will become the performing body, participating in the delivery of an unprecedented moment in the history of performance art.
Marina Abramovic is a pioneer of performance as an art form, using her own body as subject and object, she has pushed the physical and mental limits of her being. This is the first major performance by Abramovic since her monumental piece The Artist is Present, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 2010, in which visitors were invited to sit in silence opposite the artist and gaze into her eyes for an unspecified amount of time. Abramovic performed this work every day for three months.
In the early 1970s, as a young artist in Belgrade, Abramovic began exploring the relationship between artist and audience. Since 1978 she has conducted a series of workshops with art students, using a series of simple exercises to increase physical and mental awareness. Over the course of her career, Abramovic has continued to develop these workshops, expanding their scope to reach a general public, through the Marina Abramovic Institute. Serpentine Galleries

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