Nirvana, 2023
Initiated by lxhxb, this publication is centered around the ongoing Untitled (Nirvana) series focussing on the irregularities of each drawing to date.
It contains a full condition report, a visual interpretation by Marc Nagtzaam and a photograph.

Published by lxhxb, Eindhoven
31 x 23 cm, 12pp + 96pp + photoprint in archival folder
€50 (excl. shipping costs)

Available at lxhxb


Marijn van Kreij
Nude in the Studio, 2018
Spiral bound postcard book published on the occasion of the exhibition Nude in the Studio at Marres, Maastricht.
Design: Akiko Wakabayashi

Published by Marres, Maastricht
Distribution: Idea Books
ISBN: 978-90-828134-2-5
21 x 17 cm, 28 p., 24 postcards, hb, English
€10 (excl. shipping costs)

Available at Marres, Maastricht or at your local bookstore through Idea Books

Marijn van Kreij
The Studio, 2017
Published as supplement to a commisioned artwork for the renovated library of Erasmus University, Rotterdam.
The artwork involved students and staff of the university in the painting and creation process, which is documented in
this small artist publication. Featuring the poem Of Mere Being by Wallace Stevens. Design: Akiko Wakabayashi

ISBN: 978-90-827165-0-4
21 x 15 cm, 76 p., cahier, English

Not for sale. Distributed among students and staff of the Erasmus University, Rotterdam.


Reclining Nude with a Man Playing the Guitar, 2016
Published as part of the ABN AMRO Art Award 2016 and accompanying the exhibition at the Hermitage Amsterdam,
this artist book brings together all ‘Picasso grids’ to date and incorporates contributions by Nickel van Duijvenboden,
Bettina Funcke and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy & The Cairo Gang. Design: Irma Boom Office, Irma Boom and Akiko Wakabayashi
Selected for The Best Dutch Book Designs, 2016

Published by ABN AMRO Bank NV
Distribution: Idea Books
ISBN: 978-90-816713-3-0
32 x 22 cm, 76 p., cahier including phonosheet, English/Dutch
€25 (excl. shipping costs)

Out of print

Marijn van Kreij
How to Look Out, 2011
Artist book as well as catalogue published to accompany the exhibition How to Look Out at De Hallen Haarlem.
With an interview by Nickel van Duijvenboden and an essay by Xander Karskens.

Published by De Hallen Haarlem
Distribution: Idea Books
ISBN: 978-94-90198-00-8
24 x 17 cm, 112 p., paperback, English/Dutch
€10 (excl. shipping costs)

Out of print

Marijn van Kreij
A Dutch Landscape / Un Paisaje Holandés, 2012
Catalogue for the group exhibition A Dutch Landschape/Un Paisaje Holandés, curated by Javier Hontoria for La Casa Encendida, Madrid.
The exhibition and catalogue offer an overview of the work of two different generations of the Dutch art scene - the one active in the late 1960s and early 1970s
(Bas Jan Ader, Marinus Boezem, Stanley Brouwn, Jan Dibbets, and Ger van Elk) and the one born shortly afterwards (Feiko Beckers, Gwenneth Boelens,
Sharon Houkema, Marijn van Kreij, Katja Mater, Navid Nuur, and Martijn in 't Veld). With a text by Javier Hontoria. Design: Roger Willems.

Published by Roma Publications, Amsterdam
Distribution: Idea Books
ISBN: 978-90-77459-78-2
28 x 20 cm, 128 p., paperback, English/Spanish
€15 (excl. shipping costs)

Out of print

Marijn van Kreij
The Passenger, 2011
This catalogue was published on the occasion of the exhibition The Passenger at Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam.
The exhibition comprised an installation of new works and a group exhibition in the back space of the gallery with works by the following artists: Gwenneth Boelens,
René Daniëls, Maria Eichhorn, Daan van Golden, Richard Hamilton, Bas van den Hurk, Henri Jacobs, Michael Landy, Oliver Laric, Sol LeWitt, Ann Lislegaard,
Christian Marclay, Duane Michals, Jan van de Pavert, A.R. Penck, Sigmar Polke, Yutaka Sone, Christopher Williams and Ian Wilson. With an interview by Noor Mertens
and short text by Paul Andriesse. Design: Gabriele Franziska Götz

Published by Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam
ISBN: 978-90-819192-0-8
27.5 x 21 cm, 40 p., paperback with dust jacket, English/Dutch
€12 (excl. shipping costs)

Available at andriesse eyck gallery, Amsterdam


Marijn van Kreij
O Let It Be, 2008
Artist book with drawings, photographs and collages, published as part of the Uriot Prize 2006
Editing and design in collaboration with Adriaan Mellegers. Selected for The Best Dutch Book Designs, 2008

Published by Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam
ISBN: 978-90-7868-05-2
27.5 x 21 cm, 104 p., paperback, stapled
€28 (excl. shipping costs)

Out of print