Luïscius Editions is a publishing house specialized in the production and sale of limited editions books and high-end editorial projects on modern and contemporary art.
Working in close collaboration with the artist, Luïscius Editions produces limited-edition books following the production process from conception to printing. By doing this, and through their decades of the books themselves become actual art pieces.
During the 80s and 90s, Luïscius Editions developed the series Personal Structures. In close collaboration with a selected number of artists, producing no more than 200 copies of which the first 50 copies are DeLuxe and signed, Luïscius Books create a collection of books rare and unique.
Founded in 1978 by Henk van Stipriaan and Christien Bakx, Luïscius have collaborated with artists such as herman de vries, Jan Henderikse, On Kawara, Erik Kessels, Yoko Ono, Thomas Mailaender, Hermann Nitsch, Roman Opalka, Lee Ufan and Lawrence Weiner.
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