Volume 1 of 2.
Catalogue with the exhibition Cobra, post Cobra at PMMK, Oostende, Belgium in 1991.
Catalogue with travelling exhibition Am Anfang war das Bild by Otto van de Loo with work by Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel, Hans Matthëus Bachmayer, Georg Baselitz, Günter Brus, Miriam Cahn, Constant, Corneille, Gunter Damisch, Martin Disler, Jean Dubuffet, Jean Fautrier, Lothar Fischer, Pinot Gallizio, Franz Hitzler, Egill Jacobsen, Asger Jorn, Gustav Kluge, Alfred Kremer, Maryan, Henri Michaux, Max Neumann, Carl Henning Pedersen, A.R.
Catalogue with the Biennial of Dutch graphic art: Grafiek Nu 4 in Singer Museum Laren.
"I will never give explanations. Now you are completely alone with our secrets." With this attitude, Guy Debord, the protagonist of the Situationist International, has hitherto prevented a close examination of this grouping. She therefore remained as unknown as notorious. Roberto Ohrt presents for the first time a critical chronology of the Situationist International and its time, a pointed history of modern art since 1945 in the fields of painting, literature, film, architecture, action.
Catalogue with the travelling exhibition On the passage of a few people through a rather brief moment in time. The Situationists International 1957-1972 in the Centre Pompidou, Paris, the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London and the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston.
Catalog with the exhibition COBRA | Eine Europäische Bewegung 1948-1951 in Städtischen Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, Germany.
Magazine on art and culture with an article on Constant and one on Cobra and primitivism.
Catalogue for the exhibition Cobra 40 jaar later - De collectie van J. Karel P. van Stuijvenberg at De Nieuwe Kerk November 9th till December 31st 1988.