New York: Thomas Way & Company, 1979. Limited edition. Stapled Folio. Number 471 of 1000 copies. Artist's book by Ernst Caramelle, identifying found newspaper images as plausible examples of work by contemporary artists. Caramelle explains in an afterword that the images are not actually fakes, but rather works that "precede and out-distance" the originals. The artists included are Daniel Buren, Panamarenko, Duane Hanson, Christo and Jean-Claude, Chris Burden, Palermo, Christian Boltanski, Antonio Muntadas, Hans Haacke, Klaus Rinke, Marcel Broodthaers, Trisha Brown, Richard Long, Joseph Beuys, Hanne Darboven, Ferdinand Kriwet, Walter de Maria, Roy Lichtenstein, Hamish Fulton, Anne and Patrick Poirier, Nam June Paik, Jean Le Gac, Stephan Wewerka, Fluxus, Gerhard Richter, Hans Peter Feldmann, Wolf Vostell, Allan Kaprow, Arman, Friedericke Petzold, Bruno Gironcoli, Richard Serra, Joseph Kosuth, Ralph Gibson, Michael Heizer, Vito Acconci, Laszlo Lakner, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Don Judd, and Hermann Nitsch. Small closed tear along one of the staples, else near fine in very lightly toned printed wrappers. Scarce.