Cat. 297 PERFORMANCE, HAPPENING, FLUXUS ETC.

[#17243]

ACTIONS / AGITPOP / DE-COLLAGE / HAPPENING / EVENTS / ANTIART /L' AUTRISME / ART TOTAL / REFLUXUS

festival der neuen kunst - 20. Juli 1964 aachen th (= Technische Hochschule). 26 stencilled pages, plus one quarter-page and a green envelope (Vivograph by Tomas Schmitt, intact). Wrappers, 30 x 21 cm, side-stapled. Front-cover with 36 passport-photographs of the participating artists, back-cover blank. Note: This copy has an Original pencil drawing w. directions from the former owner on the This Way Brouwn page. An almost pristine copy of this important document. TOGETHER WITH Poster by (Wolf Vostell and) Nam June Paik. "I admire monkey. Ich ehre Affe". Aachen, 20. Juli 1964. Auditorium Maximum der TH. July 20, 1964. Printed in b/w on off-white stock, oblong (h/w) 59 x84,5 cm. With wear on the edges and somemarginal tears neatly repaired, six pin holes with regular intervals at about 5 cm from the top where the poster had apparently been affixed to a strip, two of which leaving a horizontal tear of ab. 1 cm.; overall still a good copy.

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COMBINATION of the Program and the Poster of this Event: - The PROGRAM: Ausgefuehrt von E. Andersen, Joseph Beuys, Bazon Brock, Stanley Brouwn, Henning Christiansen, Robert Filliou, Ludwig Gosewitz, Arthur Koepcke, Tomas Schmit, Ben Vautier, Wolf Vostell, Emmett Williams - Organisiert von Valdis Abolins u. Tomas Schmit - herausgegeben von Tomas Schmit und Wolf Vostell. Juli 1964. Program outlined on page 2, introductory texts by Valdis Abolins. Eric Andersen: comments in English by Dick Higgins and George Brecht. 2 pages by Joseph Beuys: (Lebenslauf, Werklauf); Bazon Brock; Stanley Brouwn; Henning Christansen; Robert Filliou; Ludwig Gosewitz; "Texte postal" f. Emmett Williams; Arthur Koepcke;Tomas Schmit: with intact envelope with printed instructions for a "do it yourself" artwork (VIVOGRAPH), in English and German, probably containing a piece of of carbonpaper and a piece of white paper. (This item is often missing as to complete the work the owner was to tear it out and wear it in pocket - it is present and unopened here; BEN Vautier; Wolf Vostell; Emmett Williams; the George Brecht: "motor vehicle sundown (event)" is not published (only on the program). This publication appeared on the occassion of a "Festival of New Art" staged at Aachen Technical University on the twentieth anniversary of the attempt to assassinate Hitler on 20 July 1944. The events started after Bazon Brock's talk on texts by Marx and Hegel "Philosophy is the world turned upside down" and gave his talk while standing on his head. Actions of the artists went on simultaneously, and when Beuys melted blocks of fat on a stove (action titled "Kukei/Akopee – nein!") gesturing with a copper rod tumult started: right-wing students came on the scene and Beuys was punched hard and his nose bled. The blood from Beuys' nose led to a famous photograph of the artist with a smudge that looked very like a "Hitler" moustache - Beuys made a Hitler salute for the camera. Police then ended the performances. - The POSTER was designed by (Wolf Vostell and) Nam June Paik. Reproduces several illustrations of Japanese torture scenes and some texts, as collage. Across the image lettering in b/w: - Actions Agit-Prop Dé/collage Happenings Events Anti Art lÁutrisme Art Total Refluxus-

[#19459]

ALFA-BETA

"Laboratorio di critica delle arti visive, di storia delll'arte".

Nos. 1-7/8 (all publ.). Milano, Edizioni Multhipla, Marzo 1975 - Autunno 1976. Original pictorial wrappers with very light wear, still an excellent set, rarely seen complete. 4to; fully illustrated.

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Directed by Gino di Maggio, edited by Pasquale Alferj, Giuseppe Galante, Ginannino Malossi, Marco Pesatori, Ginabattista Troppmann. Published by the Gally Multhipla, engaged with Fluxus and Concrete Art and Poetry Movements; contributors include George Brecht, Giannino Malossi, Marco Pesatori, Gianbattista Troppmann, poi anche Carlo Romano, Emina Cevro-Vukovic, Gianni Emilio Simonetti, Wolf Vostell, Pinni Galante, Hanne Bergius, Achille Bonito Oliva., Mirella Bandini, Achille Bonito Oliva, George Brecht, Giuseppe Chiari, Maciunas, Richter, Vaneigem.

[#17452]

ALMA

Nos. 1-2 (1er & 2eme trimestre 1967). Liège, 1967. All publ ? 75 pages, loose, in orig. plain portfolio (stamped AL MA on the front and HA HA on the back).

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Direction: Richard Tilian. Contribs.: Robert Filiou, Fredy Jacquet, Sodoyan, Joseph Houiz. "Rorschach" composition by P. J. Dunbar.

[#18121]

ANNUAL NEW YORK AVANT GARDE FESTIVAL

Charlotte MOORMAN (organizer) & Jim McWILLIAMS (designer).

Complete set of 19 vintage posters, 1963-1980: one poster for each of the 15 Festivals, and one poster in a different version of Festivals 1,2,8 and 9 (together 19). 1-3: Judson Hall 4: Central Park 5: Staten Island Ferry 6: Central Park West 7:East River Island 8 Armory Lex.Av. 9:South Street Seaport 10: Penn Central/Grand Central 11: Shea Stadium 12:Gateway National Park 13:World Trade Center 14:Charles River Cambridge All posters in near mint condition.

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Between 1963 and 1980 the cellist Charlotte Moorman organised fifteen performance festivals in various locations of New York. Artists and performers include Allan Kaprow, Nam Jun Paik, Laurie Andersen John Cage, Yoko Ono, Allen Ginsberg, Al Hansen, Geoff Hendricks, etc.

[#18376]

ART COMMUNICATION EDITION (ACE)/ later: STRIKE

A group of 7 issues (from 12 published). Center for Experimental Art and Communication/Strike Press, Toronto. 1977/78. Tabloid on newsprint. ca 34pp per issue; folded once, edges lightly ragged. - Vol. I Number 5: "Sex and Politics", "The Last Performance". Cover: Marina Sieverding. - Vol. I Number 6: Articles by Amerigo Marras, Hervé Fischer, Michael Gibbs a.o.l. Cover Ulay and Marina Abramovic. - Vol. I Number 7: "Behaviour". (The Behaviour Workshop at the Free International University for Creative and Interdisciplinary Research (Caroline Tisdall, Martin New castle, Josef Beuys). This issue has small closed tear. - Vol. I Number 9 (and last): Articles by Peter Byrne, Arrigo Marras, Harley W. Lond a.o. Then becoming STRIKE (the new name for Art Communication Edition). - Vol. II Numbers 1-3 (all published): Tabloid format, (35pp each issue). Offset on newsprint. Vol. II, Number 1: Included in this issue is a survey of "Recordings by Artists" as well as an interesting essay on "Intending Bookness" by John Faichney. Vol. II, Number 2: "Torture, Post-Marxisme, Red Brigades". Vol. II, Number 3: "Joseph Beuys", "J.P. Sartre", "Canada’s KGB". Chiang Ching.

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Alternative art periodical from the Center for Experimental Art and Communication in Toronto. Editors (i.a.): Suber Corley, Bruce Eves, Paul McLellan, Amerigo Marras, Roy Pelletier, Rob Reid. Politics and performance, new media and publications. The content of vol. 2 no 3 caused that the Canadian Government withdrew all financial support and made further publication impossible. (Gwen Allen,236).

[#19200]

ART DIMENSION ART

International review of arts.

Nos. 1-6. Jan-Sept.1975 - June 1976. Orig illustrated (back) wrappers. 4to;

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Edited by Nino Salerno, Silvia Banotti, Marcello Vittiello, Maria di Bucchianico. Text in English and Italian, many illustrations. Articles on contemporary art and artists, mail art, video art, fluxus, etc

[#18069]

ART-RITE

Nos. 1-21 (all published), New York, 1973-1978, all original issues, printed on newsprint, 4to., in very good to excellent condition, except for moderate mailing marks on no 3. The Number 13 (Alan Suicide) in the 2 versions. No. 16 was never published.

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Edited by Edit DeAk, Joshua Cohn, Walter Robinson, with contributions by John Harrington, Edward Pursor, Ela Troyano, Vito Acconci, Alan Kaprow, Roger Welch, John Howell, Al Moore, Peter Frank, a.o. Covers by William Wegman, Richard Tuttle, Robert Ryman, Ed Ruscha, Carl Andre, and others of the seventies Conceptual and Minimal Art scene. Detail of the issues: No. 1 (cover Les Levine) ; No. 2 (William Wegman); No. 3 (Richard Tuttle) ; No. 4 (Yuri); No. 5( Christo); No. 6 (Dorothea Rockburne; cover has diagonal fold as issued); No. 7 (Vito Acconci); No. 8 (Pat Steir, with painted flowers as issued); No. 9 (Robert Ryman); No. 10 (Joseph Beuys); No. 11 - 12 (Edward Ruscha) ; No. 13 (2 issues with alternate Red and Black Covers by Alan Suicide); No. 14 (Carl Andre) ; No. 15(Rosemary Mayer); No. 17 (Kim MacConnel) ; No. 18 (Image Bank) ; No. 19 in collaboration with LAICA Journal (Chris Burden) ; No. 20 (Demi) ; No. 21 (single folded sheet with Judy Rifka original cut-out drawing of Humpty Dumpty).

[#15582]

ARTZIEN

A Monthly Review of Art in Amsterdam.

Nos. 1-28 (all publ.). Amsterdam, Nov.1978-Nov.1982. In original, pictorial wrappers. Illustrated.

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Edited by Michael Gibbs, associate editor: Harry Ruhé. Contributors include : General Idea, Vito Acconci, Reindeer Werk, Al Hansen, Milan Knizak, Lawrence Weiner, Vito Acconci, Davi Det Hompson , Marina Abramovic, Ulises Carrión,, Raul Marroquin, etc. A review on exhibitions, galleries, art events, performances, video showings, etc., paying special attention to innovative work of young artists and art galleries in the alternative scene. Michael Gibbs wrote in his introduction: "Artzien will provide a platform, not only for coverage of current exhibitions and events, but also for criticism and debate". No. 23/24 is a special issue Fluxfest. Initially numbered as vol. 1-3 no. 2 (together 22 issues), then continued as nos. 23/24-28. Most articles in English.Focussing particularly on the marginal and the new, written mostly by artists, : General Idea, Vito Acconci, Reindeer Werk, Al Hansen, Milan Knizak, Lawrence Weiner, Vito Acconci, Davi Det Hompson , Marina Abramovic, Ulises Carrión,, Raul Marroquin, etc. and featuring interviews with General Idea, Vito Acconci, Reindeer Werk, Al Hansen, Milan Knizak, and Lawrence Weiner.

[#16217]

ASPEN

The Magazine in a Box.

(The original edition and Precursor to Aspen Magazine No. 6A) - MANIPULATIONS. Editor: John Hendricks. New York, Judson Gallery, 1967. One of 500 copies of the precursor to Aspen Magazine No. 6A. Loose materials laid into the original printed folder. A series of works edited by John Hendricks, intact printed envelope (26,5x18,5 cm, cover designed by Ralph Ortiz, in good condition, some wear and small tears on the opening side and lower edges).

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This (the original publication of Manipulations) is partly different and contained -in addition to the content of the later re-edition in Aspen No. 6A - also 11 photographic images of the events and 12 objects of printed pieces. Objects and documents relating to the 12 Evenings of Manipulations (destruction art activities) performed at Judson Gallery, Oct. 1967 Consists of a number of loose sheets and object-multiples in paper form by B. Hendricks, J. Toche, A. Kaprow, A. Hansen, G. Hendricks, M. Goldstein, S. Rose, C. Schneemann, L. Picard, J. Yalkut, C. Moorman, K. Jacobs, K. Millet, N.J. Paik, T. Limura and others. Later reissued by Aspen with many items deleted.

[#18950]

ASPEN

The Magazine in a Box.

Nos. 1-10 (complete set) incl. no. 6A. and no. 10 (very rare) New York, 1965- Winter/Spring 1971. All in the original boxes and portfolios. All inserts are present,also those for 6A, (with the rare original mailing envelop present, albeit damaged by the mail and roughly opened). -No 5/6 (the White box) unusually fresh and clean, complete with all the supplements, THE ORIGINAL FILM REEL , the flex-discs, etc. ; -No. 7 (British Box) in fine condition (still flat and undamaged). - No. 10 (Oriental Box) extremely rare, still flat and undamaged as issued. An exceptional set of Aspen, in this condition, almost impossible find. -TOGETHER with (the original edition and Precursor to Aspen Magazine No. 6A) - MANIPULATIONS. Editor: John Hendricks. New York, Judson Gallery, 1967. One of 500 copies . Loose materials laid into the original printed folder. A series of works edited by John Hendricks, intact printed envelope (26,5x18,5 cm, cover designed by Ralph Ortiz, in good condition, some wear and small tears on the opening side and lower edges).

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An exceptionally good set of he first three dimensional magazine, edited by Phyllis Johnson, inspired on the multi-media character of vanguard art of the 60's. A typical issue contains an assortment of booklets in various sizes and types, reproductions, broadsheets, film-reels, photographs, scrolls, and recordings on flex- discs kept in a box. Aspen is also multi-media in content, in that various arts are represented in each issue; it exemplifies the 1960's search for a total experience via a breakdown of traditional categories; it is an exuberant, pretentious magazine. Contributors Include Cage, Ruscha, Duchamp, Finlay, Paik, Burroughs, Oldenburg, John Lennon/Yoko Ono, etc.; each issue had another designer (such as Andy Warhol or Quentin Flore).The collation is difficult, and the content of the loose leaf advertising section differs in all sets. No. 1: designed by George Lois, Tom Courtos, Ralph Tuzzo (tiny scratch to the front) No. 2: design Frank Kirk. No. 3: the Fab-issue, designed by Andy Warhol & David Calton (tiny damage to the spine); No. 4: Marshall McLuhan-issue, designed by Quentin Fiore. (small clean repair to the spine) No. 5/6: Brian O'Doherty, David Dalton, Lynn Letterman; complete with the 5 flexidisks ( with Marcel Duchamp). This white box in unsual good, clean condition. Complete with the very rare film reel: Four Films by Four Artists. Reel of super-8 film, comprising four film clips: Hans Richter Rhythm 21. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Lightplay (excerpt).Robert Morris and Stan VanDerBeek Site (excerpt) Robert Rauschenberg Linoleum (excerpt). No. 6A: The Judson Manipulations (this issue was distributed only to the subscribers in New York;contents kept in the mailing original mailing envelope. With wear of having been through the mail and opened on one side, but very rare). No. 7 : British Box. comp. by Mario Amaya, design John Kosh. This fragile box in unusual excellent condition, still flat the way it was mailed. No. 8: Art/Information/Science, ed. Dan Graham/design George Maciunas (one item in xerox). Light wear on the edges; No. 9: Dream Weapon, ed. Angus & Hetty MacLise (light soilage to edges) - No. 10: Devoted to oriental art, design Nori Sinoto. The rarest volume. (this misses sections 13 (not published cf. the UBU-index ,No 14 is an order form only,we have it in copy)

[#16317]

AVALANCHE

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.). New York, Fall 1970 - Summer 1976. Unbound, original pictorial wrappers; sq.4to for the first 8 issues, then tabloid format; numerous illustrations and photographs. Composed as follows: - Nos. 1-8. New York, Fall 1970 - Summer/Fall 1973. In original wrappers, (with the green folder stapled in the middlespread of no 8 complete with contents). All in very good to fine condition. Then became: - Avalanche NEWSPAPER: - Nos. 9-13 (=last published). New York, NY: Center for New Art Activities.1974-Summer 1976. The set in good condition. Covers of the first 8 numbers only lightly worn, all are intact and clean (with the exception of minor staining to Nos. 7 and 8). The more fragile newspapers in generally good to very good condition (as described below). Offered together with this complete set is a copy of the facsimile-edition, with introduction and extras (as described below).

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Complete set of this important conceptual art magazine, published by Willoughby Sharp, edited by Elizabeth Béar. At the time, Sharp was a New York-based art historian and independent curator and Béar an underground magazine editor who had recently moved to New York from London. They published the first issue in 1970 and collaborated on 13 issues from 1970 to 1976. They both conducted the interviews and conversations with the artists. Avalanche focused on art from the perspective of artists rather than critics, and investigated new forms of art that were developing in the U.S. and Europe with a radical new media format--probing interviews, extensive use of photography and dynamic layouts. For many artists, publication in Avalanche preceded a one-person gallery or museum show. - No. 1: Cover photograph of Joseph Beuys, interviews with Carl André, Jan Dibbets, a portrait of Joseph Beuys by Shunk-Kender, retrospective of Richard Long (Fine condition, small inobtrusive date stamp on back); - No. 2: (Body Works). Cover photograph of Bruce Nauman with articles on him, and on R. Serra, Y. Klein, V. Acconci, a.o. (Fine condition, only light damage to backcover near spine); - No. 3: (Post-Studio Sculpture). Cover photograph of Barry Le Va. Interview with David Tremlett and features on Jacks (Gordon Matta-Clark), contributions by Italo Scanga, George Trakas and on Barry Le Va (his picture on the cover) (Fine); - No. 4: (Conceptual Art). Cover photograph of Lawrence Weiner. Jackie Winsor (interview), Sol LeWitt; Howard Fried, Alice Aycock, Stanley Brouwn; Hanne Darboven; Walter De Maria; (Fine); - No. 5: (Performance). Cover photograph of Yvonne Rainer. Contributions Braco Dimitrijevic; Joseph Beuys (talking at Documenta 5); Jannis Kounellis (interview); Phil Glass; Yvonne Rainer (interview) (Fine) - No 6.: (Vito Acconci). Cover photograph of Vito Acconci and number devoted to him (Fine). - No.7: (Humor). Cover Man Ray (the dog, photo by William Wegman). Interview with General Idea. Edward Ruscha, Interview with Van Schley ("Different Strokes for Different Folks", which is a green folder, stapled in the middlespread, intact but without the postcard insert), Man Ray, Do you want to.. (interview with William Wegman by Liza Béar) (Fine except for slight browning of the paper, particularly toward the spine on the front cover); - No. 8: (Sculpture & Performance). Cover Robert Smithson. Exchange '73; A Drinking Sculpture, Gilbert & George. (Very good, with only very light soilage to front cover). --NEWSPAPERS: (Published by Center for New Art Activities, Inc., New York.) As detailed below, each issue has several pages of general information, messages, rumbles, films, publications, etc. as well as several pages of advertising and the more specific contents are: - No. 9: Issue dedicated to video and performance art. Texts by Willoughby Sharp, William Wegman, Joseph Beuys and Liza Béar, includes interviews with Vito Acconci, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra, Robert Bell, Willoughby Sharp and Dennis Oppenheim, Boris Wall Gruphy. 36 pages. (Untrimmed; very good clean copy). - No. 10: Cover photo Jack Smith. Contents: Hans Haacke, Manet Project '74; Daniel Buren, Kunst bleibt Politik; Simone Forti, Dancing at the fence; Stephen Laub, Projections, interview by Willoughby Sharp; Jack Smith, Fear Ritual of Shark Museum; Joel Fisher. As strong as a spiders web; Terry Fox: Children's Videotapes (interview); Gordon Matta-Clark: Splitting (interview); The Phil Glass Ensemble (interview by Willoughby Sharp after Music in Twelve Parts performance). 52 pages. (Untrimmed; minor spine and edgewear; very good clean copy). - No. 11: Cover photo Steve Paxton. Contents: Alan Saret. Installation for Man; Darcy Lange. Videography: Work; Joel Shapiro:Torquing; On Kawara: One Million Years (centerfold); Laurie Anderson. Confessions of a Street Talker; Contact Improvisation (Laura Chapman, Scott Jones, Annette La Rocque, Daniel Lepkoff, Steve Paxton, Karen Radler, David Woodbury; Steve Paxton: Like the Famous Tree (Dialogue with Liza Béar). 40 pages. (Untrimmed, light browning to centerfold, and closed tear of ab. 5 cm. without loss of image, on right margin of front page). - No. 12: Cover Photo Barbara Dilley. Contents: Robin Winters: Fairly regular hours; Robert Wilson & Christopher Knowles: Because Why; Alexis Smith: Anteroom; Rita Myers: A remote intimacy; Michael McClard: Mumbo Jumbo; Barbara Dilley: In the 'Dancing Room'; Barbara Dilley Dancing, a picture autobiography. 40 pages.(Untrimmed; very good clean copy). - No. 13: Cover photo: "Trial Balance". Contents: Fitzgibbon:Colleen; Jim Roche:Straight Razor; Reiner Ruthenbeck:Eclipse; Bas Jan Ader: In search of the miraculous; Meredith Monk: Invocation/Evocation; Diego Cortez: An obvious kind of eyesore. 48 pages. (Untrimmed; light damage to the spine, tear of ab.5 cm. with small loss of image on right side of frontpage). ADDED TO THIS SET AND INCLUDED IN THE PRICE: Facsimile boxed edition in a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp. Produced by PRINTED MATTER. Number 29 of 100. This boxed facsimile edition of Avalanche's complete run reproduces the first eight issues individually, and the final five in a single bound paperback. Accompanied by a certificate signed by both Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp shortly before Sharp's death in December 2008. The publication is 1,016 pages and illustrated throughout; is housed in a heavy duty, laminated, archival box measuring 10.5 x 19.5 x 2.5 inches. The first eight issues measure 9.25 x 9.25 inches and are exact facsimiles of the originals; the subsequent five tabloid-sized issues, now bound as a single volume measuring 9.25 x 13.5 inches, have been reduced slightly in scale from the original format.

[#19374]

BILE

A group of 19 (of 25 published) unnumbered and undated issues,including “transparent BILE issue.”Publisher: Bradley Lastname, No Tickee/No Washee Enterprises. Chicago, IL 1978–1984. Red, green, blue, and black offset on white, red, yellow and transparent paper. Staple bound. Edition of 200. 6 issues are numbered and signed by Bradley Lastname in ink on recto..One issue with a postcard signed by Lastname. Very good condition. Mostly ca. 28 x 21,5 cm., but one issue smaller size ( 21,5x17,5 cm ). One issue with "Exquisite Corpse Supplement" (movable transparent paper); One issue is called "Scratch and Sniff"; There is one larger issue transparent paper,unfolding to 43,5x 28, with large insert/Bile Broadside 3 (Charlotte Moorman's Video Mastectomy) and another issue contains Bile Broadside 4 (on red paper, 40)., and one issue smaller 21,5x17,5 cm. Added: three issues with mailed envelopes to Jeffrey Cook

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Artist magazine. Edited by Bradley Lastname. Graphic magazine with illustrations, text, and image collage, photocopied and rubberstamped. The titles is based on the mail art magazines VILE and FILE, resounding LIFE (Red and White logo). Many contributions are influenced by or based on Surrealist themes. Bile has a handmade feeling, some issues with special features added, e.g.: two issues with a venticular eye glued to the page that blinks open and closes as the issue is moved around, . (cf Allen p.244)

[#16422]

BLACK GATE

"A Newspaper Dedicated to World-wide Unity and Interest". New York City. April 1967: Number 1 ( all published). Folded as issued (28x21,5, folding out to a poster).

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Editors: Otto Piene and Aldo Tambellini. A poster-magazine published on occassion of the founding of The Black Gate (Theatre) announcing Program 1: The Proliferation of the Sun by Otto Piene and Blackout by Tambellini in March + April 1967 and future programs with Takahiko Limura, Kosugi and Nam June Paik. Two b+w circular photo portraits of Piene and Tambellini. Extensive biographies. Statement " Black Gate is an empty room a testing ground for radical experiences. Artists of all media are invited to use it for experimental purposes ..."

[#15772]

BLACK THEATRE

A periodical of the Black Theatre Movement

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). New York, Ed. New Lafayette Theatre, New York, 1968-1972. Orig. pictorial (self-) wrappers,(27x20,5 cm). (Tiny tears to frontcover of the first number, one page in no 1 torn without textual damage and neatly laid in) but otherwise fine.

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Editor: Ed Bullins, with Roscoe Orman, Marvin X, Georg Ford (illustrations, covers), Maxine Raysor (ills.),Ademola, Ed Sherman (cover art). Issues varying from 32 to 56 pages (incl.wrappers). Contributors (in addition to the editors) Ben Caldwell, Leroi Jones, Woodie Kong, John O'Neal, Obamola Oyedele, Bob McBeth, Wanda Coleman, Sonia Sanchez, and several others.

[#14599]

George BRECHT - Notebooks I-V

Verlag Walther König, Köln, 1991 - 1997. Notebook I. June - September 1958. pp. 106; Notebook II. October 1958 - April 1959. pp. 168; Notebook III. April 1959 - August 1959. pp. 168; Notebook IV. September 1959 - March 1960. pp. 250; Notebook V. March 1960 - November 1960. pp. 270; Size (h/w): 29,6 x 21,9 cm.

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Spiral-bound facsimiles of Fluxus artist George Brecht's notes and writings. Colaboration of Dieter Daniels, Hermann Braun, Includes first drafts of Chance Imagery, Project in Multiple Dimensions, etc.

[#19651]

Bazon BROCK (Bernhard Jäger, Thomas Bayerle).

Galerie Dorothea Loehr, Frankfurt a/M. (FLUXUS)

Bloom Zeitung 1963. Newspaper printed in red and black with half-tone photographs sheet: 55.25 × 38.1 cm. Designed like an issue of the Bild Zeitung. Folded twice, in perfect mint condition. The reverse-side folded out has in very large letters "BLOOM" and served a a poster for the Gallery Dorothea Loehr, commemorating Ulysses Bloomsday.

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Vostell, Wolf - Bazon Brock, Bernhard Jäger, Thomas Bayerle [Herausgeber]: Bloom Zeitung - [Bloomzeitung]. Galerie Dorothea Loehr, Frankfurt am Main, 16. Juni 1963. Frankfurt am Main. Galerie Dorothea Loehr. 1963 -

[#16153]

LES CAHIERS NOIRS DU SOLEIL

Nos. 1, 2 & 3 (all publ.) . Paris, Le Soleil Noir, 1967-1970. Original wrappers. (first and second numbers are one of 150 printed on alfa, in original slipcase. All in very good condition, the fragile no 3 in mint condition, as new. -Together with: - Handbill (in no 1) announcing the first number, with photocollage and text by Jean-Jacques Lebel, on verso: Des dieux dansent sur leurs propres corps etc., text by Ginsberg……. Commandez, dès aujourd'hui, chez votre libraire, ce numéro spécial sur le LSD. Il a étyé conçu et réalisé,sous la direction de Pierre Bernard, par les jeunes écrivains et artistes de MANDALA: Jean-Claude Bailly, Dominique Boistel, J.-J.Lebel, Lacques Le Nadan, Bernard Nexon, Gérard Rutten…; printed recto/verso in b/w, size 27 x 21 cm. Together with: - POSTER: (42,5 x 24,5 cm, printed in black on white paper) . MANDALA Light Show at the Thalamus, 4,5,6th of June. NOUVEAU! Experience Hallucinogene.

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No. 1: Dossier L.S.D.Mandala, directed by Pierre Bernard (Mandala, Organe int.d'échanges hallucinatoires), contribs. Jean-Claude Bailly, Dominique Boistel, J.Le Nadan, Bernard Nexon, Gerard Rutten; correspondents abroad: Simon Vinkenoog, Miles, Linn House, Lawrence Ferlinghetti.; No. 2: La Mort sans Phrase. 15 fev.1968. Cover and ills. by Jacques Monory, including an accordeon-folded original serigraphy by Jacques Monory.; No. 3: Internationale Hallucinex. Revue, tract a detruire. Collection of manifestos, folded separate sheets. Manifeste de la generation grise et invisible (William Burroughs, Claude Pelieu, Carl Weisner, with collab. Of Jeff Nuttal, Ed Sanders).

[#17106]

CANBERRA TELEGRAPH.

A Capital Idea. Easter Time: newsprint. Opened up this contains The Auckland star Number (1) and Daily Mail, A product of Sunraysia. Mama can also be Dada-Louise Lovely. (only published issue): Tabloid, unpaginated. Mildura (Australia), Mildura Art Center 1977.

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Edited by Terry Reid and Bob Kerr. Newsprint tabloid as an alternative communication listening post and resource pool, with contributions from many Fluxus and mail artists.

[#18796]

CATERPILLAR

(A magazine of the leaf, a gathering of the tribes.).

Nos. 1-20 (all publ.). New York, NY, Oct. 1967 - Jul. 1970. Sq. 8vo., original pictorial wrappers, all in very good to near mint condition.

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Together 18 issues (8/9 and 15/16 are double) varying in size from 150-300 pp., with illustrations and photographs. Edited & publ. by Clayton Eshleman. contribs. by Paul Blackburn, Robert Duncan, Gary Snyder, Nora Jaffe. (art work, caused a stop on sale), Cid Corman, Jerome Rothenberg, J. MacLow, K. Irby, Allen Ginsberg, Carolee Schneeman, Stan Brakhage, Akutagawa, César Vallejo, Stephen Jonas, etc. Number 20 also counted as volume 5 no. 4; the first issues are particularly scarce as they appeared in a small edition only. Covers by Nancy Spero, Carolee schneemann, Will Petersen, Michael McClure, Jess, Robert LaVigne, Robert Kelly, Leon Golub, Wallace Berman a.o. The second number with the sexually explicit cover designed by Carolee Schneemann was suppressed and is rare. A note on Carolee Schneeman"s Fuses (cover six stills), Stan Brakhage, Andre Codrescu, Cavafy,Basho, Philip Corner on Thoreau and Charles Ives, Artaud, Robert Duncan.

[#18051]

EGOZINE

Vol.1 no 1 and vol. 2 no 2 International Edition. Newby/ Hollywood, CA, (later San Geronimo, CA). Summer 1975- 1976. 29,5x13cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset printing on glossy paper, with numerous photographs. Number 1 is signed by Lambert, numbered 68/1000, with a partly burned play money bill attached to the back cover. It seems that a third issue was published in 1979, of which we have no further record.

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Edited by J. Lambert., with /P-ORRIDGE, Genesis (aka Neil Megson)/COSSEY Fanny Tutti (aka Christine).Vol. 1 Issue 1: The Cultural Camelion, Art Hoax, The Bon-Bon Era, Fashion: Fetish!, The Post Cultural Era. Vol. 2 Issue 2: L.A. art scene magazine, includes 3 pages on the famous 1976 COUM Transmissions performance at L.A.I.C.A. with photos and a note from Genesis and Cosey. Also a page contributed by the avant-garde Chicano conceptual/performance art group Asco and letters from Cavellini, Jerry Dreva and John J. Baylin. Genesis P-Orridge, born Neil Andrew Megson and later known as Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Cosey Fanni Tutti born Christine Newby,

[#19412]

EINDELIJK

Nos. 1-7 (all published). (Gent, Belgium). March 1966-April 1967. All issues measuring ca. 28x11 cm, spine stapled, folded A-4 size; stencilled; covers on papers of differing colours.

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Belgian Provo journal, published 7 numbers (March 1966-April 1967). Quite rare. Started as a "magazine of ideas". Founder: Siegfried (Sieg) van de Cruys. Contributors: Erkki Liukku, Armand Sermon, Miel Appelmans, Simon Vinkenoog, Mark Elchardus, Sus van Elzen, Sann Deurinck, Guido Courtois and Guido van Meir. - Issue 2. End of March 1966 : Confiscated, because of the inclusion of a postage stamp with the image of King Boudewijn with the remark that the only legitimate argument for the conservation of the monarchy is the fact that the image of the king revives the hearts of stamp collectors - -Issue 3. May 1966 : has small burn-hole as sign of piro-internationaal. (Outside some brown stains, possibly also purposely made burn stains). -Issue 4 with "New Babylon Game". - Issue 5.December 1966: has on page 36 acap for a toy-pistol. An "explosive"similar to it was included in the Amsterdam Provo edition (which was then confiscated) - Issue 6 with a thumb print and another toy-cap. -Issue 7. April 1967 Confiscated by the police, because of a pornographic print (a hardly visible bare breast and an anticlerical print)

[#18679]

FANATIC

Numbers 1-2 (all publ.). Chicago (1980 - 1981). Tabloid size. Some minor wear and toning to covers.

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Rock/Punk Music magazine covering Chicago's early punk scene along with national acts. Kennerth Anger Interview; Performance Art; Iggy; Bowie;Subterranean Pop, etc.; . Under the editorship of William Levy a.ka. the Talmudic Wizard of Amsterdam (and author of The Virgin Sperm Dancer). The issues feature the impressive design work of Willem de Ridder as well as Levy's humorous and controversial article on Ian Sommerville's sex habits. No. 2 Special Low Mindedness Issue.

[#19332]

FANDANGOS

The most important European Art Scandalpaper (also published as Vandangos, Van Tango's, Phandangos, Fandadangos, Fun-Dango's.).

Nos. 1-11 (December 1973)-1978 followed by and together with six unnumbered issues (For identification purposes provisonally numbered between brackets) (12)-(15), (17). Maastricht, Agora-Studios, n.d.(1980)- 1982. Various sizes. With the rare EXTRA - issue, 1973.

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An exceptional set of this artist periodical, edited by Ger van Dijck, Raoul Marroquin, Marjo Schumans. Published at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht in various formats and lay-outs by MAD-Enterprises and Agora-Studio Maastricht. Close to FLUXUS, and of importance for Performance Art and early Video Art on Television. Whereas the earlier issues have the character of an artist publication with varied contributions and collages, the later issues increasingly deal with broadcast, television and Video Art projects, initiated by Raul Marroquin, culminating in the Worlds first T.V. Convention, and The Link, a live interactive satellite linking of The Netherlands with New York and San Francisco. - No. 1: poster-size sheet, screen-printed in black ink on one side, and entitled "Vandangos" ("..…publishing Projects, Documentation, Ideas, Commentaries, Activities, with the aim of an overall communication). [Issue Number/ December and year -1973- ]. Containing contribs. by Robert Filliou (poem), Hr(e)inn Fridfinnsson (dream), Rod Summers, Marjo Schumans, Kristian Gudmundsson a.o.; - No. 2: poster-sized sheet, printed in green, folded to 16 pages, with pasted collages attached. Dated January 1974. Contributions by the editors, as well as Hr(e)inn Fridfinsson, Filliou, Thomas Niggl, Yoshio Nakajima, Cavellini, Peiter Post, Silvia van Berkel, Jonathan Ellender, Filip Francis, J.C.J. VanderHeyden, Jan Hendrix (Snow), Servie Janssen, a.o. ; - No. 3: poster-sized sheet printed in black, folded to 16 pages, with pasted collages attached, no date. Contributors as before, plus: Herbert Walker, Dick Wesssels (Blue Landscape), Jacques Lizène, Ulissses Caríon, Christiana Berndes, B.G. Leatemla, Kiyokawa, Peter R. Hutchinson,Yves De Smet, Annalies Klophaus, Anton Verhoeven, Peter Adamski, Guillermo Duarte, Klaus Groh, etc. - No. 4: VanTangos. Title concept by Klaus Groh (East European correspondent). Loose leaved. 12 not numbered pages. 45 x 30 cm; Maastricht, Autumn/Winter 1974. Contributions include r.f. ("…..yo soy una flor vulnerable y comestible.."), Fernando Gomez, The bay area dadaists, Nikolaus Urban, J. Urban, Yoshio Nakajima, John M. Armleder, Carlo Giovanni Ciatelli, Tina Hittenberger (Photo of Mary Peanut and Ana Banana), h.b. reeskamp, Michael Gibbs, "Do we dare to be happy again?" Script (stills with text) B.Walkers, Laura de Rossi, Rol Summers, Rabi Marroquin; photography Marjo Schumans. - No. 5: Fun-Dangos. Contributors include Michael Gibbs, Anna Banana, Ulises Carrion, Klaus Groh, Jorge Glusberg. Printed in black on blue paper, loose leaved, 16 not numbered pages, 44 x 29,5 cm, Maastricht (1975). - No. 6: Fandadangos: Anna Banana , Ulises Carrion , Klaus Groh , Clemente Paradin, contains an interview with Iannis Xenakis by M. Allegrini and an interview with Joseph Beuys by M. Hawley Printed in b/w, front page hand coloured, loose leaved, 16 not numbered pages, 45 x 30 cm, Maastricht (1975). - No. 7: The most important Art & Scandal Newspaper in the whole world. 64 pages, of which 8 pages on light green stock , stapled in the spine in illustrated wrappers, Fandangos stamped in red over a b/w photograph by Klaus Staeck on the front-cover (courtesy Nam June Paik) showing Paik with Joseph Beuys. Interview with Pierre Cardin (by Madeleine Allegrini), interview with Michel Cardena (by Martha Hawley; Willoughby Sharp performing "Full Womb". Bay Area Dadaists. Mad Enterprizes, Fandangos, Video. Performances, Projects etc., from: Yves de Smet, Michael Druks, Ger van Dijck, Filip Francis, Rod Summers (photography), ….Yoshio Nakajima, Wout Vercammen.. ... Maurizio Nannucci, Kalkmann, Kid Barton (in action), Fujiwara Kazumi chi, Video (Made in N.Y.): Nam June Paik (Portrait of Russel Connor), ...and many others. Maastricht, Agora Studio, 1976. - No. 8/11: "Fandangos Superb Issue" is a quadruple issue of 92 pp., profusely ill. with contribs. on photography, film, video, installations, performances, etc., and interviews with Ulisus Carrion, Robert Filliou, Mohammed Ali, Costa Gavras. Maastricht, 1978. - (No. 12): V.P.R.O Broadcast. Luxemburg. Grand Prix Exclusive!. 21x15cm, stapled, 15pp. Offset. Program produced by the Fandangos/Mad Enterprises team: Raul Marroquin, Daniel Brun, N.Herrera, Hans Koens, David Garcia, Jaime Davidovich, H.J.Barreto, K.Loffler, Michael Bright, Theo van der Aa, Ger van Dijck, Video Heads, L.Baretta, M.Hennus. - (No. 13): World’s First T.V. Convention. Maastricht, Fandangos Foundation 1980. Illustrated softcovers (24x17,5 cm.) 63pp. Glued in the spine, some pages loosening, but complete and otherwise fine condition. Offset. "Mad Enterprises Inc. and Video Heads have the pleasure of inviting you to World's First T.V.Convention, an installation by Raul Marroquin. June 23-27 1980, The Bank, Haarlemmerstraat 118, Amsterdam." Loosely laid in: Invitation Card. - (No. 14): Fandangos Extra. On the World’s First T.V. Convention. Agora Studio 1980. 21x15cm., stapled, 12pp. Offset. Printed from typescript, with illustrations. - (No. 15): Fandangos Stereo. Agora Studio 1979. 30,5x21,5 cm., folded sheet. Offset. Juan Marañas issue: Juan Marañas est de retour. Le martyre d' une 'epouse delaissee. (Raul Marroquin, Daniel-Marcel Brun, etc.) - (No. 17): (FANDANGOS SPECIAL ON THE LINK). Edited by André Minnaar: The Link. A live interactive satellite cable melodrama”.Maastricht, Agora Studio 1982. 30x21 cm., stapled, in illustrated wrappers. (small defect to back wrapper). Unpaginated (44 pages). Offset. "The Link New York-Amsterdam". Fictional articles; Daniel Brun, Michael Hanish, Raul Marroquin, Mans von Stedingk, Jo Willems. Photography Theo van der Aa, Maurice Boyer, Jorgos Chronis, Raul Gallegos, James Regan (also cover). Introduction by Josine van Droffelaar. (Note:this program was finally only broadcasted in New York, the proposed link with the Amsterdam cable television was not accomplished; see van Mechelen, De Appel, page 287/288) - EXTRA -ISSUE1973 ; EXTRA!. 18 nov.'73. Vandangos News-sheet. Redaction: boschstraat 83a maastricht Editors: Anton Verhoeven, Raul Marroquin, Marjo Schumans. Publishers: Agora, maastricht, jan van eyck academy 29,5x21 cm. With 2 perforation holes. Distributed for Great Britain:beau geste press. Stencilled. Shows 6 photo-pictures of Performances: Preparation/ Try out/Prof.Sarneel with Anton Verhoeven, performed/The communication game,proposed ny W.Becker, director of Neue Galerie Asschen/Interview for Video with mr. Szenassy and R.Marroquin by Radio Omroep Maastricht/Performance by a guard of the museum/ The Telephone to Colombia performed by E.M. (Equipo Movimiento) at Bonnefantenmuseum on the opening of the exhibition Ways of Communication 7 Nov.73. (This communication would take one and half hours to connect, but failed to get established)

[#18948]

FILE

Megazine.

Vol. 1-6 no. 3. Vancouver, 1972-1985. L. folio; original pictorial wrappers; numerous illustrations; then continued in a new consecutive numbering: Nos. 25-29 (last publ.), 1986-1989. (no. 25 folio, nos. 26-29: roy.8vo.) original wrappers. A set in very good to near mint condition, with only wear and tearing to the first number (condition detailed at bottom of the footnote). TOGETHER WITH: Vol. 3 no 1 "Glamour Issue"in a variant (Fall 1975).

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Complete set of File Magazine. 27 issues (including a variant, all published) published by General Idea, edited and designed by AA Bronson, Jorge Zontal and Felix Partz. First published in the year that LIFE-Magazine had to cease publication, FILE adopted the lay-out of the front cover, size and style. Issues are mostly around a theme: Women's Issue, Paris Issue, Mondo Nudo, NYC Issue, Punk Issue, People Issue, Artists Directory, Image Bank Issue, People Issue, Transgression Issue, Global Downtown, Foreign Agents, The Re-Materialization of the Art Abject, X Ray Sex, Mondo Cane, Kama Sutra, etc. File 6 no. 1/2 is a retrospective number on General Idea and File, 1968-1984. Contribs. include: William Burroughs, Andy Warhol, David Byrne, Robert Cumming, Salvador Dalí, etc.- Vol. 3 no 1 Glamour Issue, With the VARIANT Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. approximately 200 variants, of which this is one, with the High Profile logo screen printed on the cover. Very good condition. Also: Vol. 2 no. 5 and Vol. 5 no. 1complete with the Flex-disks; Vol. 5 no. 2 complete with insert Bartolini. Vol. 1, No. 1. April 15, 1972. "Mr. Peanut Issue." is only in fair condition, fragile due to paper quality. Wear and tearing to wrappers (Four 0.5" tears along fore edge, two tears repaired by tape; bottom right corner torn off; several 1" tears to back cover along spine and to back cover fore edge. Single 1.25" tear to pages at fore edge). This first number is however excessively rare. All others are in very good to near mint condition. A remarkable set of great rarity so complete. Vol. 1, No. 2 & 3. May – June, 1972. "Manipulating the Self Issue." / Vol. 1, No. 4. December, 1972. "Eye of the Shadow Issue." Vol. 2, No. 1 & 2. April – May, 1973. "Special Double Issue." Vol. 2, No. 3. September, 1973. "IFEL Special Paris Issue." . Vol. 2, No. 4. December 1973 "Mondo Nudo Issue." Vol. 2, No. 5. February, 1974. "Annual Artists' Directory Issue." Includes flexidisc (at the end, spine a little weak) . Hollywood Edition Art's Birthday Fb.1974 is laid in. Vol. 3, No. 1. Fall 1975. "Glamour Issue." Vol. 3, No. 2. Spring 1976. "New York City Edition Issue." Vol. 3, No. 3. Spring 1977. "Special People Issue." Vol. 3, No. 4, Fall 1977. "PUNK 'TIL YOU PUKE!" Vol. 4, No. 1, Summer 1978. "1984 A YEAR IN PICTURES.' Vol. 4, No. 2, Fall 1979. "Special Transgressions Issue." Vol. 4, No. 3. Summer 1980. "Special Global Downtown Issue." Vol 4, No. 4. Fall 1980. "Foreign Agents Issue." Vol. 5, No. 1, March 1981. "Special Success Issue." Vol. 5, No. 2, Fall 1981. "The Re-materialization of the Art Object Issue." Vol. 5, No. 3. Spring 1982. "X Ray Sex Issue." Vol. 5, No. 4. 1983. "Special General Idea Issue - Mondo Cane Kama Sutra." SPECIAL GENERAL IDEA ISSUE sticker affixed to front cover. Vol. 6, Nos. 1 & 2. 1984. "General Idea’s 1984 and the 1968-1984 FILE Retrospective Issue." Vol. 6, No. 3. 1985. "Diane Frankenstein Issue." FILE MEGAZINE No. 25 / ART & TEXT No. 22. 1986. FILE MEGAZINE 26, 1986 FILE MEGAZINE 27, 1987 FILE MEGAZINE 28, 1987 FILE MEGAZINE 29, 1989

[#18684]

FLUE

Franklin Furnace Archive

Vol. 1 no 1 through Vol. 6 no 2 (all published). .New York, NY, Franklin Furnace Archive 1980/89.

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Edited by Martha Wilson. Rare complete set. Vol. I, #1, First Edition: Tabloid, 12pp. Offset. Artist/Designers: Conrad "Artists’ Books", by Clive Phillpot, Flexidisk (plastic 45 rpm record insert) and other material related to the Chicago show. Vol. I, #2, Dutch Treat: Photographs of artists and info on "De Appel in the Big Apple" performance art festival curated by Wies Smals; plus Franklin Furnace news. Vol. I, #3: Tabloid format on newsprint. Designer: Barbara Kruger Vol. I, #4: Tabloid format, 8pp. Offset. Designer: Carla Liss. Interview with Wies Smals of De Appel. Vol. I, #5: Tabloid format. Designer Richard McGuire, cover photo of Laurie Anderson by Paula Court. Vol. II, #1: Tabloid. Editor: Deborah Drier. Designed by John Copoulos. Cover by Louise Lawler. Update on the Collection/International Mail Art" by Jill Medvedow. Vol. II, #2: 280x215 mm., stapled, 34pp. Offset. Editor Deborah Drier. Designed by John Copoulos. Vol. II, #3/4. L.A./London: Sex, Performance & the 80’s: 280x215 mm., stapled, 53pp. Offset. Vol. III; #1, Special Issue on Artists Books, Archives and Collections: 270x210 mm., stapled, 32pp. Offset. Editors: Buzz Spector and Tony Whitfield. Vol. III, #2, Multiples by Latin American Artists: 280x215 mm., stapled, 46pp. Offset. Vol. IV, #1/ 2, Cubist Prints/Cubist Books: 230x205 mm., softcovers, 128pp. Offset. Design: Erika Rothenberg. Vol. IV, #3/4, Mail Art Then and Now: 270x210 mm., stapled, 56pp. Offset. Curator/Editor Ronny Cohen. Vol. V, #1: Poster (folded: 140x215 mm.). Offset, purple inkVol. V, #2, The International Flue: Poster. Designer: Carol Sun. Vol. VI, #1, The Concrete Flue: Poster yellow and black. Designer: Carol Sun. Vol. VI, #2 (and last), The Avant-Garde Book 1900-1945: 215x140 mm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset.

[#17346]

Flug/fluxBLATTzeitung

Number 13. Art workers coalition New York (guerilla art action group) manifeste comminiques statements flugblatter und andere materialen. (Albrecht D. ed.). Stuttgart: reflection press, n.d. Quarto, un paginated, 64 pages printed on right hand side. illustrated wrappers. Held together with black plastic spine clip.

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Completely mimeographed issue of the Flug/fluxBLATTzeitung. With manuscript of the 'guerrilla art action group' signed (in print) jon hendricks, poppy johnson and jean toche.

[#19454]

FLUXSHOE & Add end A

1972-1973 Devon, Beau Geste Press. 144p. 29,5:21 cm. Exhibition catalogue (in very fine condition) and largegreen card envelop (35,5:23,5 cm., very lightly bended at the corners but otherwise excellently preserved with addenda (30 items) to the exhibition.

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Catalog of the traveling show organised by David Mayor and Beau Geste Press. Nearly 100 artists contributed, in particular contributions by Joseph Beuys, George Brecht, Henri Chopin, Robert Filliou, Dick Higgins, Yoko Ono, Ben Vautier, Wolf Vostell, and others. The addenda was intended as a supplement to the catalogue. Includes the poster designed by Chris Webb, for the Fluxshoe show, and a reproduced American dollar bill

[#19458]

FLUXUS ccV TRE

Second edition

FLUXUS MAGAZINE ccV TRE. New York 1964-1970. 9 issues. Reprint of the original Milano, Flash Art, King Kong International fluxus, 1975(?), size53,5x 43,5; ech number 4 pages.In publishers boards with title tickets, and publishers original adhesive tapes.

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Founded and directed by George Brecht. Fluxus Editorial Council for Fluxus, GeorgecMaciunas editor. 9 isses published between1964 and 1970..Nos. 5 and 7 on coloured paper as was the original. No. 9 entirely dedicated to Yoko Ono. The reprint has now become rather rare.

[#17427]

FREIBORD

Zeitschrift für Literatur und Kunst.

Number 64: 25 Years Fluxus. Wien (A), 1988. 21x15 cm; 88 pp. Orig.wrappers.

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Edited by Gerrhard Jaschke.

[#18925]

FRONT

Vol. 1 No. 3, March 1976. San Francisco: La Mammelle. Tabloid size, 8 pages. Illustrated front page. (Stamp in red "sample")

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Edited by C.E. Loeffler and Mary Stofflet. On page one text with photo describing Terry Fox's work "Timbre", performed at Mountais Theatre, Mt. Tamalpais, 3:00 PM March 13, 1976. Furthermore announcements of video works by Eleanor Antin, Paul Mccarthy, Robert Cumming, John Baldessari, William Wegman, Les Levine etc.

[#17150]

FUCK YOU

A Magazine of the Arts.

No. 5, vol. 8, March 1965. The "Third Anniversary Mad Motherfucker Issue! Cover by ANDY WARHOL !! From his evil "Couch movie", being an original thermofax print. New York, Fug Press. 76 sheets, mimeographed on various colour paper, with the thermofax front cover (which has three small chips, leaving the important image still entirely visible, see photograph).) still attached. Side-stapled; last 20 pages stapled upside down, last text page pulled loose from the staples, otherwise in very good condition. (27,8x21,5 cm).

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A highly sought after issue, scarce with the fragile Thermofax original cover by Andy Warhol. The artwork features a still from Warhol’s banned Couch Movie, featuring Factory regulars Gerard Malanga, Rufus Collins, and Kate Helicser. Illustrated throughout with line drawings by Sanders. In 1964, Warhol and Gerard Malanga began experimenting with the new Thermofax technology. One direction these experiments took were collaborations with New York avant-garde poets, including Ron Padgett's book 2/2 Stories for Andy Warhol published by C Press. The Thermofax, like the silkscreen, provided another way for Warhol to distance himself from artistic creation and introduce the machine into his creative process. Warhol's use of the Thermofax however represented a rawer and more cutting edge technology than the other photo-reproductive processes he used in his art such as traditional silkscreening. The images used in his Thermofax series are also more transgressive, reflecting his fascination with the cultural taboos, evinced by his cover art for Fuck You.

[#18111]

GANG

Nos 1, 2, 3. (All published). Rio de Janeiro, (September 1980)-September 1981. 21,7 (later 22)x16,7 cm., printed paper covers, partly published by xerox, stapled in the spine. Text in Portuguese. Together with the Manifesto Ponô (the Porn Manifesto) on double page signed by Cairo Assis Trindade, Euardo Kac, Mano Melo, Tanussi Cardoso, Claufe Rodrigues. Small ink spot on the front cover, to number "2", otherwise very good condition.

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Artist magazine, edited by Eduardo Kac, Kairo (Cairo Assis Trindade) and others as follows: - GANG (1) "Quem Da Nossa Gang Nao Tem Medo". (September 1980).(16+4)pp. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, (1980). Unspecified edition size. Contributions by Eduardo Kac, Kairo (Cairo Assis Trindade) and others. Includes, loose, a double page: the Manifesto Ponô (the Porn Manifesto) signed by Cairo Asssis Trindade, Euardo Kac, Mano Melo, Tanussi Cardoso, Claufe Rodrigues. This Manifesto was read in public at Cinelândia Place, Rio de Janeiro, in September 1980. - GANG 2. April 29, 1981. (16)pp. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1981. Edition of 1.000 unnumbered, but probably not all actually issued. Contributions by Eduardo Kac, Leila Miccolis, Cairo Assis Trindade,Bráulio Tavares, Teresa Jardim, Siegbert, Hélio Lete, and others. - GANG 3. September 1981. (16) pp. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1981. Unspecified edition of probably around 200. Contributions by Eduardo Kac, Glauco Mattoso, Paulo Leminski, Cairo Assis Trindade, Teresa Jardim, Siegbert, Bráulio Tavares,Alberto Harrigan, Leila Miccolis, and others. Note: Eduardo Kac is a contemporary American artist internationally recognized for his interactive net installations and his bio-art. Kac was born in 1962, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

[#19396]

GRUPPO '70 Settanto

Firenze, Officie Grafiche Parretti [1965].

Poster (50x35 cm) b/w on newsprint. Manifesto del Terzo Festival del Gruppo'70 -gruppo fiorentino di poesia visiva- presso la Galleria La Vigna Nuova e la Galleria Numero. Maggio-Luglio 1965. Right and left upper corner missing. One horizontal and one vertical fold,lightly rubbed without loss of text, fragile paper, one tear of ab. 3 cm,repaired with tape,without loss of text, and one closed tear, also small marginal imperfections, without loss of text.

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Manifest of the Florentine visual poetry group '70 "Gruppo '70 Settanto"which had its origins in 1963.. Richly illustrated with photogaphs. Participants: Gius.Chiari, Duick Higgins, Philip Corne, John Cage, Nam June Paik (Robot Opera), Wolf Vostell, Nanni Balestribni, Bazon Brock Yoko Ono,Achille Bonito Oliva, Lamnerto Pignotti, Ed.Snaguinetti, E.Isgro, Steliomaria Martin, Lucia Marcucci, Adriano Spatola etc.

[#19262]

HAPPENING (POSTER)

CATASTROPHE

Expositions et manifestations organisés par Raymond Corder et Jacques Lebel, du 27 Nov. au 13 Dec. 1962, pour conjurer l'esprit de Catastrophe, vous êtes cordialement invités à assister au Happening. J. Gabriel, J.-Lebel et Ferró. Galérie Raymond Cordier. 71,5 x 46 cm., printed in red (CATASTROPHE) AND black on a beige background. Small damages to 3 corners, small closed tear on the top and bottom and a few small inobtrusive waterstains, otherwise in very good clean condition.

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[#19150]

HAPPENING -(POSTER)

Living Painting Peinture Vivante

Poster (96x63 cm) by Anton Kothuys & Simon Posthuma.(1964). Donderdagavond 16 Juli 9 uur, Galerie "Uit de Kunst" Amsterdam.Folded to 31x24cm. Printed in Red and Black on beige. In very good fresh condition, unused (only small closed tear to upper margin). Some slight offsetting of ink which must have occurred during the printing process.

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Ravi Dhankar Appel Presley BoulezLittle Stevie Coltrane, Vinkenoog, De la Montagne, Beatles, Dolphy, Van Gasteren, Bach Fats Domino,Hitler,Rameau Coleman, etc.; Opname Lou van Gasteren; Genodigden: Paul Paulus V Prins Bernard etc.

[#19097]

HAPPENING NEWS

The first number (of 6 published) mimeographed/photocopied in blue, in a very small edition, with original artwork stapled under plastic covers, produced and published in Antwerp September 1965 by Panamarenko, Hugo Heyrman, Wout Vercammen and occasionally Yoshio Nakajima, - (Blue issue): WHAT'S HAPPENING. 16 pages. 4to. Very rare.

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Published by Panamarenko and others from the Antwerp Happening Scene. According to the Bibliography included in Happening & Fluxus, Materialien, Koelnischer Kunstverein 1970, there were 6 issues published, nos. 3-6 under a different title (Milkyways).

[#16988]

HIGH PERFORMANCE

The Performance Art Quarterly.

Nos. 1-76 (all publ.) Los Angeles / Santa Monica, 1978-97. With special issue The Verdict and the Violence, Summer 1992. Original pictorial wrappers. Only 3 issues in photocopy (see below). No. 29 without the flexidisk, otherwise all issues in good to excellent condition. No. 23 (The Record) is an Album of 2 LP records, in the original sleeve (sides a bit bumped).

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Edited and published by Linda Frye Burnham. The oldest and most important magazine on performance (art & workshops), happenings, body art and feminist art activities (Lesbian Art Project, Feminist Art Workers, The Waitresses, etc.). With features on Rachel Rosenthal, Chris Burden, Bill Viola, John Cage, Diamanda Galas, Chris Burden, Laurie Anderson, David Wojnarowics, James Luna, Allen Kaprow and many others. Photography: Charles Christopher Hill, Francis Shishim, John Duncan, Barbara Smith, Paul Vellick, Megan Williams, a.o. Issue no. 23 is an album of 2 LP records; Issue 1 in partial photocopy. Issues 3 and 58/59 are in good quality photoreprint.

[#19188]

HITWEEK (and ALOHA)

-HITWEEK; (No. 1) thru the end of year 4 (last publ.). Amsterdam 17 Sept.1965 - 25 April 1969 (all published, 189 issues, complete set) Then continued as -ALOHA. Years 1-5 (all and last publ. Tog.156 issues). . Amsterdam, 9 Mei 1969-26 April 1974. Unbound, original issues as published, tabloïd size, on newsprint. Numerous illustrations and photographs. All issues in good condition. Innovative design and lay-out by Willem de Ridder a.o. With two rare window stickers.

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Complete as offered here a very rare set of the oremost pop- and underground magazine of the '60s and '70s in The Netherlands, with groundbreaking original new design (Willem de Ridder). This has not been on the market as a complete set for many years. Organ of the 'youth rebellion', with strong ties to the Provo-movement and Kabouters / Orange Free State, founded by Willem de Ridder and Peter Muller. founded by Willem de Ridder and Peter Muller. Contribs. Contributions a.o by Anthon Beeke, André van der Louw, Cor Jaring, Evert Geradts, Ewald Vanvught, Ed van der Elsken, Harry Buckinx, Hans Plomp, Herman Pieter de Boer, Hans Verhagen, Jan Cremer, Jan Donkers, Josje Leeger, Koos Zwart, Laurie Langenbach, Lennaert Nijgh, Luud Schimmelpennink, Marijke Koger, Nico Haasbroek, Peter Schröder, Pim Oets, Robert Crumb, Richter Roegholt,Rogier Proper, Frits Boer, Bernard Holtrop, Willem, Simon Vinkenoog, Thom Jaspers, Theo van den Boogaard, Wim de Bie, Wim Noordhoek, Wouter van Oorschot, Yoko Ono and many others. HITWEEK published as follows: - 1st year no. 1 (17 september 1965) - no. 53 (16 september 1966) : - 2nd year no. 1 (23 september 1966) - no. 52 (15 september 1967) ; - 3rd year no 1 (22 september 1967 - no. 52 (13 september 1968) ; - 4th year no. 1 (20 september 1968) - no. 32 (25 april 1969), Amsterdam, 1965-1969, continued as: ALOHA. Years 1-5 (all and last publ.). Amsterdam, 9 Mei 1969-26 April 1974. Each year 26 numbers, except Year 1-2 which has 52 numbers. Unbound, original issues as published, tabloïd size, on newsprint. Numerous illustrations and photographs. All issues in good condition.

[#19408]

Bart HUGES

Leerboek van het hersenbloedvolume. FIT,POBox 10458, Amsterdam, printed in blue with colour illustrations. 12 x 18,5 cm.; 110 pp + wrappers. (wrappers lightly soiled).

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[#19399]

Bart HUGES

Book with the hole. Autobiography.

Translation and elaboration by Joe Mellen and Amanda Feilding. 1972. Amsterdam, F.I.T. (Foundation for Independent Thinking). 321 pages. 18,2x12 cm. Original edition. Some pages loosening and cover rather soiled and corners a little bumped, but a complete copy including the unnumbered page 294a Taboomaster) printed in colour. A very rare book. (With dedication by Simon Vinkenoog who had used this as a gift for a friend).

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Nice association copy, as Vinkenoog was co-organiser of the happening "Stoned in the streets", when the trepanation was made public. Vinkenoog was associated with Huges by his marriage to Barbara Mohr, Huges former wife. Pages 1-240: The Autobiography. P.241:Poem "If Nothing"; p. 250: The castle; p. 86: The Trial ; p. 309: The Congress.

[#18847]

Bart HUGES

Suikergoed & marsepein. Amsterdam, Barbara Huges, 1968. 4to, (4), 24 pages, stencilled on recto only, original clothbacked wrappers of textured card, with mounted, handcoloured illustration and holograph title in handwritten lettering with a marker pen (very light soilage to the back wrapper) TOGETHER WITH: Another copy of this work, the second expanded edition with a typographically pinted frontcove in red, green and blue on textured card, taped spine, 34 pages, printed on recto only. (back cover lightly soiled).

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A self-published treatise on trepanation by a member of the Dutch Provo who had experienced the act firsthand. On January 6, 1965, Huges famously self-trepanated himself in a square in Amsterdam, drilling into his own head with a (Black & Decker ?) drill. Huges had studied as a medical student, where he developed the belief that since mankind began to walk upright our heads have been starved of oxygen; he believed that by trepanning, one could achieve a permanent high, bringing his actions into the psychedelic trajectory and influencing a select cadre of auto-trepanationists who have sought freedom from the boundaries of the skull. Very rare documents.

[#19409]

Bart HUGES

Brieven aan de Supermens. Stichting Onafhankelijk Denken. Amsterdam. 1982. 236 pp., Plain cover.

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[#19418]

Bart HUGES.

"The Mechanism of Brainbloodvolume ('BBV')" (also known as "Homo Sapiens Correctus")

File of documents related to the Trepanation happening. - stencilled open letter to Prof. Ariëns Kappers, 23 aug. 1965 (in dutch and in french transl.), -together with small booklet "Waarheid en Werkelijkheid/ Truth and Reality". Arcadia Pers, Bloemendaal 1965. Printing the text of the open letter. - stencilled open letter to Prof. P.C.Kuiper, head of the psychiatric clinic where Huges was unvoluntarily interned after the trepanation. - copy of 2 letters from George De Roo, (one to Jacques Lebel) - 12 clippings from (partly Belgian) newspapers reporting on the trepanation Happening. - copy of the Belgian weekly "Zondagmorgen" with 8 full pages containing many photographs reporting on Bart Huges and the Trepanation (The Third Eye).-handwritten memo (Martin van Ameongen) on the tv presentation by Willem Duys (24/7/1965).

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[#19362]

Bart HUGES.

"The Mechanism of Brainbloodvolume ('BBV')" (also known as "Homo Sapiens Correctus")

Rare collection of 5 copies (4 different versions) of the SCROLL OF BART HUGES: -The ORIGINAL VERSION IN DUTCH, together with translations: -The version in ENGLISH - The version in GERMAN (full size) - The reduced size version in GERMAN , as follows: a) Amsterdam / Antwerpen, Bart Huges. 1964, First Edition - Limited. Homo Sapiens Correctus: the So Called Scroll of Bart Huges.) in Dutch. 286 cm length, 41,5 cm width. - 10 drawings, handcoloured with feltpen by Huges. One long sheet of paper. This copy is SIGNED and numbered by Bart Huges: nummer 8 voor Toon Gallee (a physician, friend) of Huges in red felttippen. Scroll in parts waterstained and has light damages to the paper: 3 tears of ca 5 cm and a few minor ones. However on the top left side corner misses a 15 X 15 cm triangle infecting the first letters of the text. But Together with a perfect, unsigned copy of the scroll, which has only light waterstaining on the right of the lower part, and some light waterstaining on the bottom; one of the better copies we have encountered over the years. b) Bart Huges "Homo sapiens correctus" -(The Mechanism of brain Blood Volume). (Amsterdam, 1964), PUBLISHED IN THE FORM OF A SCROLL, text around 10 illustrations, titles in red felttippen, illustrations handcoloured in yellow, red and blue feltpen with text around the ilustrations, with signature at the lower end of the scroll: "Amsterdam, Bart Huges" and the notice "Made in prison. Copy rights fl.100.000,-" - c) Der Fall der Menschheit: Text in german translation. 2.54 x 38 cm. Small defect left upper corner, and left bottom. No Loss of text. At the bottom: No signature but printed: Copyright. Bart Huges, Nov. 1962, Amsterdam. - d) Das Ego. Der Grosse Mechanismus: abbreviated german text. Scroll: Size 1.16x 38 cm. Bart Huges, Copyright, Nov. 1965. Amsterdam.

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Famous document from the 1960s.'The Scroll of Bart Huges'. (The man who peirced his head with a dentist's drill, Huges advocates the creation of an altered state of mind concurrent with the use of LSD and marihuana.) His experiences after this psychedelic hallucinating experiment are recorded in this scroll, which is illustrated by 'scientific' images, which are handcoloured. The 'third eye' was revealed during a Happening "Stoned in the Streets' in Amsterdam, 1965. Hugo Bart Huges (also Hughes) (April 23, 1934 . September 12, 2004) was a Dutch librarian and proponent of trepanation. He attended medical school at the University of Amsterdam, but was refused a degree due to his advocacy of marijuana use. In 1964 he published "The Mechanism of Brainbloodvolume ('BBV')" (also known as "Homo Sapiens Correctus") a scroll in which he proposed that trepanation could be used to enhance brain functionality by balancing the proportion of blood and cerebral spinal fluid. Hughes believed that, when mankind began to walk upright, our brains drained of blood and that trepanation allowed the blood to better flow in and out of the brain, causing a permanent "high.". Using an electric drill, Huges drilled a hole in his skull on 6 January 1965.[ His experiences after this psychedelic hallucinating experiment are recorded in this scroll, which is illustrated by 'scientific' images, which are handcoloured. The 'third eye' was revealed during a Happening "Stoned in the Streets' in Amsterdam, 1965.

[#19296]

L'HUMIDITÉ

Nos. 1-25 (all publ). Paris, déc. 1970 - printemps 1978 (lacking no 24) 4to; unbound, original pictorial wrappers; numerous illustrations No.14/15 is a copy of the De-Luxe edition with additional artwork (see below), cover green, contained in a slipcase..

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An international periodical, the first issue printed in the Netherlands, later issues printed in Italy -'Une revue italienne en langue française'-, then printed in France, edited by Jean-François Bory, Janus Chodorowicz, Georges Unglik, Léonardo Nunez, René Baudouin (who later became the editor), Giovani Lista, Thierry Agullo, Arthur Hubschmid, Jean-Claude Silbermann, Danièle Boon, Chantal Petithory, Gilles Plazy, and others. Ties to Surrealism, Dada and Futurism (no. 2 reprints Futurist Manifestos), Body-Art, Concrete Poetry, Biennales of Paris, etc.; No. 8 contains a gramophone-record by Bernard Heidsieck "Exorcisme"; special issues on Ben Vautier, Jean François Bory, Italy, the painter A.F. Demarle, Fabrizio Plezzi, Arman, Hervé Fischer (Hygiène de l'Art), no. 14/15 is a double-issue on literature; articles by Arturo Schwarz on Dada, interviews with artists (e.g. Giorgio de Chirico, posters of Mieczyslaw Berman, Meret Oppenheim, Niki de Saint-Phalle, etc.). No 14/15 Luxe: with original artwork added: one of 30 signed copies each 30 with 6 signed originals:Une gravure originale de Jean Claude Silbermann, un gisant d'Alexandre Bonnier, une fiche tecnique de Thierry Agullo, une serigraphie de Tino Stefanoni, un machin de Manfred Mohr, un essuie-mains "hygiene de l árt"d'Hervé Fisher. Complete with the two inserts in issue 8 (Bernard Heidsieck floppy disc & Ben Vautier envelope, óf which the contents were different in each copy) and the lithograph insert by Herve Fischer in no.21.

[#19473]

INNERSPACE

The magazine of the psychedelic community.

Vol. 1 nos. 1- 5 (all published). New York, 1966-1967. Size (h/w): 28,5 x 26,7 cm. Stapled in original illustrated wrappers. (very mild soilage to all numbers, No. 1 frontcover with near invisibly repaired closed tear ; No. 3 backcover has small ad cut out.but otherwise quite good). Rare complete

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Edited by Linn House, managing editor: Peter Weinberg. Contributing ediotrs: Peter Stafford, Ira Einhorn. Staff artist: Linda Jarvis.I ssues of 24-32 pages, printed in offset in vartious colours, fully illustrated. Part of the Underground Press Syndicate. Number 5 is the "American Indian Issue" and contains a letter referring to issue no. 4. Contains articles and reports on drugs, be-ins, etc. with correspondents in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Beirut, Berkeley, Nashville, later also Bombay, Amsterdam, Cleveland, etc.

[#16229]

INTERFUNKTIONEN

Zeitschrift fuer neue Arbeiten und Vorstellungen / Paper for New Visual and Verbal Works / Revue des Travaux Théoriques et Pratiques.

Nos. 3-12 (=last published). Cologne, 1969-1975. Together 10 vols., quarto (nos. 9 and 10 are octavo). Original wrappers, in very good condition (only tiny brown spot to cover of no 6 and no 11 without the glassine-paper cover).

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Edited by Fr. W. Heubach, and (after no 11): B.H.D. Buchloh. Central organ of the Happening Movement and Fluxus, with articles on and by Vito Acconci, Baumgarten, John Baldessari, Josef Beuys, Marcel Broodthaers, Günter Brus, Daniel Buren, Jan Dibbetts, Gilbert and George, Haacke, Richard Long, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Panamarenko (Das Fluzeug,printed on acetate in No. 4) , Sigmar Polke (small orig.in No.9) , Rainer, Dieter Rot, Vostell. No. 12: Photography, filmography and filmscripts (Buren, Yvonne Rainer, Lamelas etc.).

[#16328]

INTERVIEW

(ANDY WARHOL'S INTERVIEW orig. as: Inter/VIEW).

Year 1 nos. 1-12. New York, n.d. (November) 1969 - n.d. (November?) 1970. - Together with: Year 2 no 1. January 1971. Together 13 issues. Tabloïd, selfcovers, printed on newsprint in b/w, nos. 2 onward often with one colour added for the front and back cover. All issues are unfolded and - despite the poor paper quality and endemic browning - in near mint condition with only very little edgewear to some issues . Number 9 has 2 closed tears ab.4 cms., but otherwise still a very good copy. Very rare now.

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The beginning of Andy Warhol's journal "Interview" (cover title "inter/VIEW", subtitled 'A monthly film journal'). Edited by Gerard Malanga (till no. 3), Paul Morrissey, John Wilcock (the hippie publisher of 'Other Scenes', who was Interviews first printer), and Andy Warhol. Undoubtedly the most influential monthly for the jet-set since the late sixties, it developed from this exclusive film magazine to the foremost publication of avant-garde, pop-art, pop-music, film and photography. The first issue (Collectors edition) featured a photograph of Viva naked on the cover with her (also naked) co-stars James Rado and Jerome Ragni (Hair) from Lions Love, directed by Agnes Varda. Further issues with photographs taken by the world's most famous photographers and interviews with the world's celebrities and filmmakers: Mick Jagger, Jane Fonda, Jim Morrison, Joe Dallesandro, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Alain Delon, Rolling Stones, Don Johnson, special issues on Woodstock, Rita Hayworth, First Anniversary Edition 8th New York Film Festival, Elvis Presley, etcetera. Features interviews and essays on films (with Varda, Michael Sarne, George Cukor, Visconti, Kazan, Shepard, Owens, Ritchi, George Avakia, Pasolini, Robert Altman, MASH, John Schlesinger, Fellini Poppaea, Ingrid Bergman, Larry Kramer, Costa-Gavras, and many more). Vol. 2 no 1 is Best Film Venice Film Festival, Barbara Loden's Wanda.

[#15741]

JUINENSCHE COURANT

Edited by Kees van KOOTEN en Wim de BIE.

Nos. 1-4 (18 DEC.1982; 22 JAN 1983; 19 FEB.1983; 19 MAART 1983), Together with: Juiner Nieuwsblad,20 Feb. 1983 (Together 5 issues, all publ.). Tabloid, b/w and red. Added: "Goedgejeurd door het Simplistisch Verbund", special issue of VPRO-Television Guide, illustrated with photographs of Kooten and de Bie.

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Kees van Kooten and Wim de Bie were the inventors of and actors in a very popular TV program in The Netherlands. They published (a.o.) this "newspaper for the imaginary township "Groot Juinen": "Nieuwsblad voor Groot-Juinen (w.o. Zeulen, Deil, Ter Waksel, Juinerbroek, Den Eng, Remmerden, Slaepstede, Trichterhuizen, en De Mars". Texts and images by themselves. Rare complete !

[#17893]

Allan KAPROW

A collection of original works by and documenting the work of Allan Kaprow, published between 1967 and 1986, consisting of 32 pieces, as follows:

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-Kaprow, Allan: How to Make a Happening. Vinyl lp., in original cover, with front-cover photo: from Allen Kaprow's Happening Household, Cornell University, 1964, by Sol Goldberg. SIGNED BY KAPROW (with date '95). -Kaprow, Allen. Some recent Happenings. 1966. A Great Bear Pamphlet. New York. 16 pages;printed on pink stock, selfwrappers,spinestapled. -Kaprow, Allan. Allan Kaprow: an exhibition sponsored by the Art Alliance of the Pasadena Art Museum. 1967. Illustrated card covers with spiral binding. Fine. -Kaprow, Allan. Self-service: a Happening by Allan Kaprow. In connection with The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, and The Pasadena Art Museum. Sunday, June 12, [1967]. 6 mimeographed sheets printed one side and bound with a single staple. Top edge a little rough; small closed tear on right edge of cover; blank verso of final page browned. -Kaprow, Allan. Untitled Essay and other works. 1967. Great Bear Pamphlet, 16 pages on light blue stock, spinestapled. - Kaprow, Allan. Fluids – A Happening(Poster). Pasadena Art Museum. Original artist poster describing a “happening” in Pasadena on October 1967 during a three day stretch in which about twenty rectangular en¬closures of ice blocks (measuring about 30 feet long, 10 wide and 8 high) are to be built throughout the city. Their walls are to be unbroken. Then they are left to melt. Poster is 14 x 18” tall when opened. This copy folded thrice for mailing, else a very good to near fine example. This copy was mailed to fluxus artist Jackson MacLow with his address sticker and stamp to verso. . - Kaprow,Allan. 1968. Runner. took place along a private suburban roadway outside St. Louis. On the first day, a mile’s length of tar paper, weighted with cinder blocks placed every twenty feet, was laid along the shoulder of the road. This procedure was repeated twice the next day, the second and third layers of tar paper and blocks being laid over the first, beginning at opposite ends of the mile-long stretch each time. On the third day, all three layers were removed fro m the roadside.The activity of placing theblocks on the tar paper became something of a body mantra -a constant, incremental measure of the physical experience of working one’s way across the land. This copy mailed to Hansjoachim Dietrich of the Verlag Kalender. - Kaprow,Allan. Round Trip. A Happening by Allan Kaprow.1968.(43 x 55.5 cm).Black print on white paper, folded. Offset lithograph. Announcement poster, addressed to Hansjoachim Dietrich, stamped, and postmarked on verso. - [Round Trip:was a happening that involved the rolling and unrolling of a ball of paper, cardboard and string. Organised by The University of New York, Albany, taking place in March, 1968.] With reproduction of photograph by Peter Moore. -Kaprow, Allen. Overtime. A Happening (for Walter De Maria).(1968).(53 x 41 cm). Black print on white paper, folded. Offset lithograph. Announcement poster, addressed to Hansjoachim Dietrich, stamped, and postmarked on verso. With reproduction of a photograph by Peter Moore. - Kaprow,Allan. Population. A Happening by Allan Kaprow.(1968).Black print on white paper, folded. Offset lithograph. Announcement poster, addressed to Hansjoachim Dietrich, stamped, and postmarked on verso. The Population happening was organised by Colby Junior College, New Hampshire, April 1968. - 1968. Runner took place along a private suburban roadway outside St. Louis. On the first day, a mile’s length of tar paper, weighted with cinder blocks placed every twenty feet, was laid along the shoulder of the road. This procedure was repeated twice the next day, the second and third layers of tar paper and blocks being laid over the first, beginning at opposite ends of the mile-long stretch each time. On the third day, all three layers were removed fro m the roadside.The activity of placing theblocks on the tar paper became something of a body mantra -a constant, incremental measure of the physical experience of working one’s way across the land. This copy mailed to Hansjoachim Dietrich of the Verlag Kalender. - Kaprow, Allan, Course. A Happening by Allan Kaprow. (1969).(53 x 38 cm).Black print on white paper, folded. Offset lithograph. Announcement poster. Participants were invited to dig tributaries in a river, then to use buckets to remove the water from those tributaries to carry them to tributaries upstream, until finally there were no more tributaries. Commissioned by the University of Iowa, May 9, 1969. - Kaprow, Allan. Homemovies. A marriage Happening for Catherine + Daniel Schmidt some time after their marriage -July 11, 12, 13.1969).(43 x 28 cm).Black print on white paper, folded. Offset lithograph. Announcement poster. The first phase of Kaprow’s happening consisted of videotaping the Schmidts as they greeted each other, took leave of each other, and left together. Then the videotapes were shown to a group of friends, who were asked to imitate the couple. The imitations were videotaped and shown to the couple, who then imitated the imitations in the presence of their friends. -Kaprow, Allan. Pose: carrying through the city; sitting down here and there; photographed; pix left on spot; going on. Note: occurred in and around Berkeley, California, March 22, 23, 1969 [title on manila envelope]. NY: Multiples, 1970. 7 stiff sheets with illustrations, (27. 5 x 20 cm), in printed manila envelope. One sheet was overprinted with one of the other images, but the obliterated picture is supplied in a photocopy by the previous collector (most described copies only mention 7 sheets). -Kaprow, Allan. Days off: a calendar of Happenings…. NY: Junior Council of the Museum of Modern Art, 1970. About 64 pp. of newsprint (38,5x27,5), bound at the top with three large staples and punched with two holes. An illustrated calendar of Happenings. Photograph by Peter Moore on the front page. (A gouge near the top edge of the cover a few small tears on the sides of some pages and some staining on the back leaf and the bottom edge). Still a very good copy of this fragile piece. -Kaprow, Allan. Time pieces 7/12/73. Pulse exchange. 9 sheets printed both sides, except final blank, and bound with 1 staple. 21 x 29.7 cm (oversquare). Soiled and with creases and wear at edges. -Kaprow, Allan. On time. Paris: Galerie Gerald Piltzer, performed 21/9/74. [16] pp., illustrated; white self covers, stapled in spine, 21 x 29.7 cm. Lightly foxed. -Kaprow, Allan. 2 measures. Torino: Martano Editore, 1974. [40] pp., illustrated; glued into white white cover, , 34 x 24.5 cm. -Kaprow, Allan. 2nd routine. NY: sponsored by Stefanotty Gallery, March 11, 1974. [12] pp., illustrated; white cover, stapled in spine. (28x16cm). Front cover rather foxed and soiled, but INSCRIBED by Kaprow ("For Elly and David Antin, in friendship"). -Kaprow,Allan. Rates of exchange. 15/2/1975. NY:D'Arc Press, 1975. [8]pages, black covers, stapled. -Kaprow, Allan. Comfort zone. Madrid: Galeria Vandrès, June 1975. [28] pp., illustrated; black covers, stapled in the spine, 32.6 x 22.4 cm. Lightly worn. -Kaprow, Allan. Echo-logy. NY: D’Arc Press, 1975. [12] pp., illustrated; black covers, stapled in the spine. (30,3x22,6 cm). Fine. -Kaprow,Allan. Likely Stories. Milano, Luciano Anselmo, Grafic Olimpia, 1975. 32 pages on artpaper, with photographs, kept in grey covers (light soilage to cover). August 1975 (photos: Jürgen Müller-Schneck). Published for the proposed happening in Milano in December 1975. -Kaprow, Allan. Match. Wuppertal, Germany: Kunst- und Museumsverein, July 1975. [12] pp., illustrated; black covers, stapled in the spine. ( 29.5 x 21 cm). -Kaprow, Allan. Routine. 1975. [8] pp., illustrated; white covers, stapled in the spine (27,9x21,5cm). -Kaprow, Allan. Air condition. 1975. [8] pp., illustrated; white cover, stapled in the spine (27,9x21,5cm). -Kaprow,Allan. Likely Stories. Milano, Luciano Anselmo, Grafic Olimpia, 1975. 32 pages on artpaper, with photographs, kept in grey covers (light soilage to cover). August 1975 (photos: Jürgen Müller-Schneck). Published for the proposed happening in Milano in December 1975. -Kaprow, Allan. Warm-ups. September, 1975. [12] pp., illustrated; black covers, stapled in the spine (27,9x21,5cm). -Kaprow, Allan. 7 kinds of sympathy. Bochum, Germany: Gallerie Baecker, 1976. [12] pp., illustrated; black covers, stapled in the spine (27,9x21,5 cm). -Kaprow, Allan. Maneuvers. Napoli: Framart/Studio, March 1976. [12] pp. illustrated; black cover, stapled in the spine (32.4 x 24.5 cm). -Kaprow, Allan. Sweet wall testimonials. Berlin: Edition Rene Block, 1976. [32] pp. illustrated; black covers, stapled in the spine (22,8x15 cm). -Kaprow, Allan. Testimonials. Bochum, Germany: Gallerie Baecker, 1976. [8] pp., illustrated; black covers, Stapled in the spine (27,9x21,5 cm). Light wear. -Kaprow, Allan. Satisfaction. NY: M.L. D’Arc Gallery, 1976. [12] pp., illustrated; black covers, stapled (27,9x21,5 cm).Fine. -Kaprow, Allan. Standards. Cedar Falls: University of Northern Iowa, 1979. [32] pp., illustrated; white covers, stapled. (28x 21,5cm). A bit foxed. -Kaprow, Allan. Collagen, Environments, Videos, Broschüren, Geschichten, Happening- und Activity-Dokumente 1956-1986. Dortmund: Museum am Ostwall, 1986. INSCRIBED by Kaprow "For Ellie and David with fondness and admiration,Allen 1986" . Profusely illustrated, [150] pp.; printed covers of corrugated cardboard bound with 2 brass post screws, 17 x 27 cm (oblong)

[#17859]

KINEMA JUNPOU-SHA. UNDERGROUND'68

Underground '68. Cinema Junpou.

Ist edition published by Kinema Junpou-sha, 1968. In original pictorial wrappers. 25,7x 18,2. 134 pages, with illustrations in b/w and colour. Spine a bit rubbed, otherwise very good condition.

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Contains. A Love Story of Dream. The Trip. LSD, page 96 and following.

[#18281]

KISS, DON'T KILL

GENERAL HERSHEYBAR. Den Haag (NL), Handicap Publications (1967). Only published issue: 28x21,5 cm., stapled, 128pp.

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General Hersheybar (aka Calypso Joe) is a satirical character of the Vietnam War-era protest movement, who parodied U.S. General Lewis B. Hershey, then Director of the Selective Service. He was usually seen partnered with General Waste More Land (aka Tom Dunphy), a parody of General William Westmoreland. The characters were common at street theater performances and demonstrations against U.S. military involvement in Vietnam. General Hersheybar would appear in a comical military uniform complete with a plastic toy fighter-jet attached to his "officer's cap" and hand out fliers promoting his satirical diatribe. In addition he self-published several monographs and booklets. A one shot underground magazine from the sixties from the eccentric anti-war hero. Profusely illustrated by collage, including clipping from other underground press magazines of the era. Scarce; oclc locates but three copies.

[#19326]

Theo KLEY (INSEKTEN SEKTE and DESKUNDOLOGIE)

Moeder, wat is er mis ..... met deze planeet? :

( Mother what is wrong with his Planet?..) Moeder, wat is er mis ..... met deze planeet? : een dozijn populair-wetenschappelijke projekten / van Theo Kley ; zoals verteld aan Ineke Jungschleger. [1969] Amsterdam : Thomas Rap, 150 unnumbered pages.Photographic illustrations. Original paper wrappers, slight wear.

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Kley founded In 1968 "Het Eksoties Kietsj Konservatorium" and in 1969 he was one of the founders of the " Insektensekte". In the same year he authored the TV-Opera " Moeder wat is er mis met deze planeet" . In 1971 he founded with Max Reneman and Robert Jasper Grootveld the "Deskundologies laboratorium ". They were the first in The Netherlands who focused on the ecological problems. They had a meeting with John Lennon and Yoko Ono at the Hilton Hotel during their Bed In there. 1969.

[#17912]

Billy KLUEVER

Record of interviews with artists participating in the Popular Image Exhibition.

Washington Gallery of Modern Art, April 18–June 2, 1963. 1963. 12˝ LP record. + 22 page booklet, illustrated. Cover with some shelf wear, edges somewhat rubbed and with a few occasional cracks; booklet with small creasing and a 2 cm tear at foot. Cover not carrying the catalogue design but being all white (not printed) with the vinyl’s printed labels pasted on. Condition very good over all.

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Edited by Billy Klüver, Interviews by Billy Klüver, conducted in March 1963, with Jim Dine, George Brecht, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, John Wesley, Robert Watts, Tom Wesselmann, Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenburg, Jim Rosenquist, and Robert Rauschenberg. The exhibition catalogue booklet with text by Alan R. Solomon. Very scarce.

[#19158]

Nicolaas KROESE (INSEKTEN SEKTE and DESKUNDOLOGIE)

The secret of 127. Choc des opinions- Amsterdam, in eigen beheer (self published by) Nicolaas Kroese Five Flies Anno 1627 (Quinta essentia), z.d. (ca. 1968), (67) sheets., 4to. Signed and dated on the frontwrapper.

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Important Pre-Provo doc ument. Collection of the pseudo-scientific ideas of Nicolaas Kroese, the founder (1939) and owner of the famous restaurant "The Five Flies" (De Vijf Vliegen) near the Spui (which still exists). He was the maecenas of the Provo’s , and a fantasy-rich private philosopher. He has also supported the anti-smoke movement of Jasper Grootveld and offered him the location of the anti-smoke temple.

[#18098]

LAICA - LOS ANGELES INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART - JOURNAL

(Also entitled: Journal. A contemporary Art Magazine.)

Numbers 1-48 (all published). Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art (LAICA). Complete set June 1974 - February 1987. All original copies, most in fine condition (small shortcomings noted below).

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Published initially simply as "Journal " (A contemporary Art Magazine), also as L.A.I.C.A . Journal (The Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art). Editors Fidel Danieli, Eleanor Antin,Julius Kaplan, Michael Auping, Barry Brennan, Bridget Johnson,Debra Burchett-Lere, Francis Colpitt, Michael Delgado, Cindy Berry, Douglas Blau, Jerry Dreva, Mareianna Ziotnick, Lane Reelya, Number 2 reports on the first LAICA General Membership Meeting, June 1974. Numbers 12-28 printed on a cheaper quality paper, mostly in b/w only, with occasional colour covers. From then on the magazine becomes more substantial and contains artists' pieces. No. 40 offers a survey of previous numbers. Featuring: John Baldessari, Eleanor Antin, Hans Burkhardt, Lorser Feitelson, Helen Lundeberg, Rachel Rosenthal, Allen Kaprow, Newton & Helen Harrison, Karl Benjamin, Ed Ruscha, John McLaughlin, Wallace Berman , Ruscha, Kaprow, Peter Krasnow, Rauschenberg, Charles & Ray Eames, Stan Brakhage, Erichard Prince, Boltanski, Richard Diebenkorn, Douglas Huebler, Number 28 is a very curious issue in which the entire publication is printed in mirror images, normal on the rectos and reversed on the preceding versos. From here on the magazine becomes much more substantial and contains many artists' pieces. Also various thematic issues(e.g.: Video art; Italian art; film, photography, Chicano art, Transatlantic artists, Transgressive phenomena, Music/Arty, Fluxus, Performance, Conceptualism, etc. Small shortcomings to condition: Number 2 (light cover soilage), Number 6 (small staple holes in the first 32 pages front edge), Number 10 ( ballpoint markings and address label on front cover), Number 14 (browning of front cover, small hole in right hand corner bottom), Number 22 (felt tip marking top left front cover), Number 24 (light cover soilage).

[#14794]

DER LOEWE

Eine kulturphilosophische Zeitschrift.

Nos. 1-9 (all published). Bern, Mai 1974-April 1976. Original wrappers; illustrated. Sm. 8vo. Added: Das Sofortbild Polaroid.

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Ed. by G.J. Lischka. Thematic issues: Aktionismus (Theater Environment, Happenings, Aktionismus, Body & Earth Works), Theorie Dialogue, "Realismus", Fotografie. Issues of 60-80 pp.; no. 6 entitled "Die Löwin". Artists featured include: Brus, Nitsch, Rainer, Muhl, Kaprow, Cage, Richter, Warhol, Boltanski, Kienholz, etc. Added : Das Sofortbild Polaroid. Hrsg.v. Gerhard Johann Lischka , Ausstellung Aktionsgalerie Bern,Oktober 1977. 126 pages. (Distributed by Der Löwe, contribs. Include Richard Hamilton, John Baldessari, Image Bank, Andy Warhol, Ulay, Jochen Gerz, etc.).

[#18043]

LOS RINOS

Art Total Grup Los Rinos (Barcelona 1985). Only published issue: 50x35 cm., unbound, unpaginated (12pp)., original rubber stamps, print, offset (the outside sheet on white artpaper with photographs).

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Sergi Caballero, Pau Nubiola and Marcel.lÌ Antunez Rocca made up the collective Art Total Grup Los Rinos and their activities spanned many different fields. Initially the collective was mainly involved in graffiti. The group painted bullseyes in public places and the concentric black and white circles became their logo. The bullseye moved to other media, such as the bodies of animals, leading to the bullseyeing of sheep and goats. They also created a headpiece topped by a bullseye which the Rinos wore as they walked through the streets. Lastly they designed and made up their own Rino suits, using a fabric printed all over with bulleyes. All this work was recorded in a publication containing photos of the graffiti and all the actions related to the bullseyes as well as the Rinos' opinions about art. From 1987 onwards the Rinos' activities extended to other areas. In May of the same year they carried out a large-scale mural painting called Atlas, in conjunction with the collective Gegant. The mural was painted on the side of a building in Barcelona by means of hanging down from a balcony. (This action would be repeated in 1990 in Yokohama, Japan.) In spring 1987 they presented a video performance called Rinosacrifici portraying the Rino's crude and domestic vision of sacrifice. This is the only publication of this underground group containing photos of the graffiti, all the actions as well as the Rinos' opinions about art.

[#18074]

LA MAMELLE (ART CONTEMPORARY)

An alternative anthology of contemporary West Coast.

Vol. 1 no. 1 thru Vol. 7 no. 1 (complete as far as published as a print publication, also numbered as Nos. 1-25, but lacking no. 10. Continued as an electronic journal). San Francisco, Ca., 1975-1984. In the orig. wrappers or unbound as issued. Including rare No. 12: Newsstand Edition Art Contemporary August 1978, published as a special issue of Only Paper Today. All in good condition, only No. 18 has stained front cover. After 7 no 1 continued as an electronic journal.

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" Nourishing source: la mamelle. A space for art. " After no. 4 as LA MAMELLE MAGAZINE: ART CONTEMPORARY). Edited by Carl E. Loeffler. "Art Com, a medium for contemporary Art communications, is published on a quarterly basis by artists for artists and functions as a chronicle of contemporary new Art activity occurring in North America; Mexico, Canada, and the United states. Art Com presents information regarding telecommunications, performance, artists' spaces, conceptual and idea oriented work, videotapes, recordings, artists' books, Art periodicals, and marginal activity." - Volume 1 nos.1- 2 (Summer-Fall 1975. Berkeley, 1975. Orig. wrappers. 21,5x27,5cm (first issue with light wear, no 2 fine). Then changing to tabloid format 45x30 cm, on newsprint, folded once (with light wearon the fold): - Vol.1 no. 3 Special Video Issue; Vol.1 no 4 Special Performance Issue. Then changing to quarto format.no. 9: From Europe 1977.no. 12: Newsstand edition, Special issue of Only Paper Today; no. 13 Retrospective issue. (See Allen Artists'Magazines p 276).

[#19566]

Raul MARROQUIN

How?. Beau Geste Press - Mad Ent. Inc, [print: Agora - Maastricht], 1974 , 20x15,7 cm, orig cover of light brown ondulated thin package-paper, stapled-bound in the spine (with a neat repair). 36 unnunbered pages, 2 original collages on front and on back cover. Printed in blue on white paper. . Libro d’artista collettivo interamente illustrato con disegni di Anton Verhoevendi e immagini fotografiche di Rod Summer, con testi didascalici in lingua inglese di Raul Marroquin. Design di Marjo Schumans. Edizione originale. € 600 ▼ Het kunstenaarsboek How? (Beau Geste Press/Mad Enterprizes Inc. en uitgegeven door Agora Maastricht 1974) heeft een hoog Fluxus gehalte: het is onduidelijk of het serieus moet worden genomen of niet. Het is sociaal gericht. De realiteit van het dagelijks leven (zowel handelingen als voorwerpen) is interesanter dan kunst. How? Een aantal voorbeelden: How to arm a fire brigade? Give them water pistols. How to make the public yell at a horror film? Explode a paper bag at the climax of the picture». En zo zijn er nog elf tips. (Cfr. http://kunstenaarsboeken.blogspot.it/2011_06_01

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Artist book with drawings by Anton Verhoeven, photographyi Rod Summer, texts in English by Raul Marroquin (in typewriter writing), lay-out:Marjo Schumans. Fluxus-influenced : How to arm a fire brigade? Give them water pistols. How to make the public yell at a horror film? Explode a paper bag at the climax of the picture etc.

[#19069]

NEW YORK PROVO

"On THE OPEN PRESS".

A group of 5 handouts, mimeographed from typescript and/or holograph, printed "on The Open Press" by New York Provo. Each 28x21,5cm, printed on recto only. (1) New York Provo. Psychedelic Explosion, Part 2. New York: The Open Press,[ c. 1967]. Mimeographed from typescript and holograph on yellow paper. Handout describing a smoke-in provocation at the Daily News Building in New York, in which "50 Anarcho-hippies Blow Grand Central's Mind." The flyer concludes with notice of two block parties, one of which, on East 7th street, advertises two bands, films, and a "total environment". The second advertises the band "Group Image." Very good with toning and brittleness. (2) New York Provo. Police Harassment. New York: The Open Press, nd [c. 1967]. crudely mimeographed from typescript on yellow paper. A leaflet issued by the group reporting on a Smoke-In the previous week in Tompkin's Square park, one of a series of such gatherings the group helped to put on which were inspired by the Dutch Provo movement. The leaflet describes police harassment of the event, tips to avoid being busted by cops, and also urges participants to not be destructive in the park. The leaflet concludes by soliciting a photographer to document the harassment. Fair only with toning, chipping and creasing to extremities, and smudging - a heavily worn but basically sound copy of a fragile and very ephemeral flyer. (3) New York Provo Announces the Formation of a New Food & Drug Administration To Administer Food and Drugs to Those Who Need Them. New York: The Open Press, nd. mimeographed from typescript on yellow paper. Manifesto critiquing the failure of the Washington FDA to adequaltely provide food and drugs to the people, which announces the formation of a NY Provo FDA - one branch to distribute legal goods, and another, secret branch called NARCO (National Association for the Relief of Conscious Obstruction) which would concern itself with illegal goods, chemical and botanical research to create better drugs, and raids on government stockpiles. There are also references to a free food program in Tompkins Square Park to fill the void left by the Family Commune's free food events, and solicitations for volunteers to help in free food projects. Fair only with toning, chipping and creasing to extremities, a heavily worn but basically sound copy of a fragile and very ephemeral flyer. (4) Hate Parade. New York: The Open Press, [1967]. crudely mimeographed from typescript on yellow paper. A leaflet issued by the group reporting on a "Hate Parade" held that day, which marched from Columbus Circle to Tompkins Square Park, where the group held many events. The provocative event - certainly one of the stranger protests of the decade - is described in detail. The leaflet concludes with a paragraph on LSD, solicits donations for the Gallery Freestore, and proposes an upcoming Be-in at the Bronx Botanical Garden on Sunday, September 17, dating the leaflet to 1967. A fair only copy, with heavy toning to the brittled paper and some soiling. (5) What To Do When the Man Comes. New York: The Open Press, nd. [c.1967].Opens with a quote from Harry Hemphill. Mimeographed from typescript and holograph on yellow paper on recto only. Handout describing ways to deal with arrest police, especially at gatherings, and how to spot undercover cops at gatherings. It also includes a Harry Hemphill Quote. A brittle, good only copy with chipping, creasing, and closed tears.

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The New York Provo took its name and inspiration from the Dutch Provo, and was an antecedent group of the Yippies. Printed material from the group is very rare.

[#16793]

OPEN

Numéro 1, Février 1967. Nice, Marcel Alocco. 1967. Orig.paper covers.

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Edited by Marcel Alocco. Texts by George Brecht, Emmet Williams, Jacques Lepage, Ben, Henri Chopin etc.

[#17813]

OTHER SCENES (JOHN WILCOCK'S OTHER SCENES)

The International Newspaper

-A major collection of 48 issues, from the start in 1967 till 1971 [Years 1-5] with erratic and often false or misleading numbering. Our description follows the publication dates and we offer as follows: [First year]: Vol. 1 no 1, Vol. 1 no 2 (frayed along the edges), Vol. 1 no 3 (frayed along the edges), Vol. 1 no 4 , Vol. 1 no 6 , Followed by an undated issue: “Free issue June 1967”,( this copy repaired with tape)] Vol. 1 no 7 (bad condition) Vol. 1 no 9, Vol.1 no 10, OZ ISSUE , Vol. 1 no 11 (paperspotted), Vol. 1 no 12, Vol. 1 no 13 (this entitled “Shinjuku Sutra”, in 2 versions, also Shinjuku Sutra # 2); ; - Followed by an unnumbered issue dated January 1968 (published in Los Angeles). - [Second year]: First issue (of Other Scenes & The New York Seer), March 1968; Second issue, May 1968; (Vol. 2 no. 3), June 1968, (Vol. 2 no. 4 = VENICE BIENNALE), July 1968; (Vol. 2 no. 5) August 1968; - Followed by two unnumbered issues, both dated September 1968 with different content; -Then continued as: (Vol.1, error should be) Vol. 2 no. 6, September 1968; (Vol.1, error should be) Vol. 2 no. 7, October 1968; (Vol.1, error should be) Vol. 2 no. 8, November 1968; (Vol.1, error should be) Vol. 2 no. 9, December 1969; Special Digest Issue Oct-Dec 1968; (Vol. 1, error should be Vol. 2 no. 10, January 1969. - [Third year]: 3rd year no. 2, February 1969; 3rd year no. 4, April 1969 incplt; Special Digest Issue, May 1969; 3rd year no. 6, June 1-14, 1969 (cover damaged); Vol. 3 no. 7, June 15-30, 1969; Vol. 3 no. 8, July 1-14, 1969; Vol. 3 no. 10, August 1, 1969; Vol. 3 no. 11, August 15, 1969 (including the Summer Rerun Section); Vol. 3 no. 12, September 1, 1969 (pencil on the cover); Vol. 3 no. 14, Sept.30; Vol. 3 no. 15, October 15; Vol. 3 no. 16 (misnumbered, =17), December 1969 (spine damage); Vol. 3 no. 18, Christmas 1969 (light damage); - [Fourth year]: 4th year no. 2, February 1970; 4th year no. 4, April 1970;. 4th year no 5, May 1970 Vol. 4 no 8, October 1970; - [Fifth year]: Vol. 5 no. 1, Spring 1971; Vol. 5 no 3, Fall 1971 With: - Special issue dated June 22-30 (1969?), most of which consists of blank pages; details in Centerfold (= The Do It Yourself Newspaper Contest); - A Nation of Gamblers issue [not dated] (bad condition) ; -An unnumbered issue published in the UK dated Sept. 1973.

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John Wilcock's Other Scenes, ostensibly a fortnightly gazette, appears 20 times a year (but appearance is not necessarily always in the same format or can be in another manifestation). " Wilcock was one of the pioneer-founders of the Underground press and closely connected to Andy Warhol. He was also the first printer of Andy Warhol's Interview. Other Scenes was his own publication. It emerged from a column by that name (which Wilcock wrote for the East Village Other) to a full-scale paper about the international underground scene. Amongst the very numerous and varied contributions (a mix of original work and contributions by the network of correspondents quoting from the international underground press) we find Ed Ruscha (logo's for nos. 4 and Newsletter 4). J.J. Lebel, Claes Oldenburg (Juxtapositions,1 no 8), Simon Vinkenoog (Amsterdam City on the Make), Simon Watson Taylor, Geldzaher (a.o. on Warhol), Bill Beckman, David Widgery, Nad Freedland, Robert Wolf, Alan Kaprow, Rosemary and Tim Leary, Billy Name, Shunk-Kender (photography), Tuli Kupferberg, Pete Young, Les Levine, Ania Steckel (Photography). Pictorials by Norman Rubington (drawings reminiscent to Max Ernst), Tony Azuth, Gerard Malanga, Mazaro Nahoki, Gilbert Skelton, Denis-Lebois-Quarez, Chis Pelletier, Sine, John Bruce Walker, John Webster, Allen Katzman, Neil Phillips, Bill Hughes, Ray Johnson, John Byan, John Lennon and the Peace Campaign, Cathe Cozzi (collages), Billy Name, Irwin Goldstein, etc. ; 1967 no 2: Poem for Warner Stringfellow by John Sinclair; nice photocomposition on frontpage; 1967 no. 3 with compositions of photographs of beat bands,by Derek Taylor; letter from jail; 1967 Newsletter: Love-In Inventory; L.A. Weekend with Andy Warhol; 1967 no.4 Underground Press Syndicate Members First Meeting; photographs of Tuli Kupferbarg, Art Kunkin (selling prototype of L.A.Free Press). 1967 no 6: Jean Jacques Lebel, Claes Oldenburg, Simon Vinkenoog. 1967 no.11 is printed in green, on larger size; unfolded it has a poster "Tanea"on the backside; deals with the regime in Greece and censorship. 1967 no. 13 was published in Tokyo, December, produced in conjunction with SHINJUKU-SUTRA, Japan's first underground paper (printed on better paper, 24 pages). Martin Cohen on "Vinyl" (first Andy Warhol film shown in Japan; New Face of Buddha by Schecter; poem by Mikhai Kashmarin, Haneda Riot, Karmiol with photographs of Nichigeki, and other Japanese underground issues). 2 no 4 is Venice Biennale Edition (Wallace Berman,Yoko Ono, Kaprow, Nam June Paik, Christo, Ruscha), 3 no 5 has supplement Underground Cinema Eroticism and Visual Poetry Supplement (Warhol, Brakhage), etc.

[#19137]

(Revue) OU - CINQUIEME SAISON

(partly in DE-LUXE edition) A magnificent collection comprising Numbers 1-44 (in 32 physical units, as some were double or triple issues), founded and published by HENRI CHOPIN from 1958 till 1974, plus the concluding number 45 published in Bourges, 1979. This is the most important collection of Concrete and Visual Poetry ever published. Detailed as follows: - CINQUIEME SAISON: Nos. 1-19. Paris, printemps 1958 - automne 1963. Original illustrated wrappers (only lacking no 5). , 8vo, later sq. 8vo.; fine; complete with the gramophone record belonging to no 14/15. Together with All three Supplements 20 Octobre 1961, 20 Janvier 1962, 3 Mai 1963 (signification de l’art) - OU: Nos. 20-44 (= last published). Sceaux (France), from no 34 Ingatestone (Essex,Great Britain. 1964 - 1974. In the original illustrated and decorated wrappers and portfolios. THE NUMBERS 20/21, 22, 23/24, 25, 26/27, 33, 36/37, 38/39 are in the DE-LUXE EDITION and no. 34 is one of the lettered edition B-J. - and additional :13 letters and a postcard from Gianni Bertini to Chopin, dating 1974/75/76 concerning their works and collaboration. “

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Cinquième Saison” was at first edited Raymond Syte, after the first 2 numbers it was taken over by Henri Chopin and continued under his editorship. With contributions by Chopin, Syte (under various pseudonyms), Michel Seuphor, Pierre-Albert Birot, Guillevic, Jean Follain, Luc Estang, Saint-Helm, Jacques Spacagna, Bernard Heidsieck, Paul de Vree, Ime Pan, V. Feyder, M. Cahn, Arthur Petronio, etcetera. Artistical contributions by: Bertini, Key Sato, Chavignier, Paul Arma, Hundertwasser etc. - No. 1 (printemps 1958): Directeur: Raymond Syte, with Chopin (Petites Suites). - No. 2 (aout 1958): with Chopin (Vouloir) and Jacques Spacagna (Peu pressés). - No. 3 (décembre 1958, entitled 'La Poésie Jazzante') contains Chopin's first 'audio-poème' (La Pêche). - No. 4 (mars 1959) Henri Chopin becomes the sole responsible editor-in-chief. On white paper, untrimmed. - No. 5 (été 1959): Chopin Piece politique, Claude Pelieu, Gaston Puel. (This issue now missing) - No. 6 (Automne 1959) contains Poème-concret 'La Peur' pour trois voix et bandes magnétiques. - No. 7 (hiver 1959/60): Chopin adds Arthur Pétronio and Pierre-Albert Birot. - No. 8 (printemps 1960): 'Poésie ouverte' . - No. 9 (été 1960): the number of pages doubles; for lack of money Chopin published this and the next issue with cooperative support from his authors "Au plus près 1". - No. 10 (automne 1960): "Au plus près 2". First issue to contain illustrations (Rousselot, Pierre-Albert Birot, Edmond Humeau, Sain Helm, Michel Seuphor, Ernest Haumesser). Monogram of Arthur Petronio. - No. 11 (printemps 1961): Contains Jean-Jacques Lévêque: Labyrinthe. Mythologie personelle. With illustration by Hundertwasser; (Covers of nos. 11-13 and supplements designed by Ernest Haumesser). - No. 12 (été 1961): first issue with collaboration by Smadja; nos 11 & 12 contain first publications of Sol Air. - No. 13 (automne/hiver 1961): Chopin 'Sur-dada 1961'. Luc Peire, composition graphique. - No. 14/15 (printemps/été 1962): enlarged size (19 x 19 cm), cover by Luc Peire & Henri Chopin. Article by Chopin, Lovano and Seuphor: 'Introduction sur les arts nouveaux'. The first number to be published with a gramophone record ('Flutes de sang' by G. Murail & 'Mélismes' by M. Delannoy). - No. 16 (automne 1962): Cover by Key Sato & H. Chopin, reproducing works of various Japanese artist (Numéro franco-japonais). Stamp of Petronio. - No. 17 (hiver 1962-63): Cover by Chavignier. 'Numéro d'échange entre la Belgique et la France'. WithMonogram of Artur Petronio - No. 18 (printemps 1963): Cover by Léo Breuer. Dessins et textes de Gaston Chaissac; Michel Seuphor: L'éphémère est éternel (written and with stage settings by Piet Mondrian in 1926); etc. - No. 19 (été/automne 1963): Cover by S. Rodillon. Contributions by Paul de Vree, Jean Arp (unpublished poem 'Motus Motus'). De nouvelle dimensions sonores et visuelles (Hansjorg Gisiger; Tjerk Wicky/Luc Peire: Filme Pêche de Nuit; M. Arnould, etc. Monogram of Arthur Petronio, also inside. Together with: - Supplément (1) 20 oct. 1961: Poèmes-objets. - Supplément (2) 20 janvier 1962: Poésie objective. Exposition 'Galerie La Jeune Parque, Lyon' de J.J. Lévêque, G. Guillot, H. Chopin, J. Pérol.- and the very rare Supplement : Signification de l’art du xx.es. Mai 1962, by Seuphor and Chopin. From here onward with change of name: --OU Nos. 20-44. Sceaux/later Ingatestone. 1964-1974, partly in DE-LUXE with many additional supplements, as detailed below, and the No. 45 (last published) which is a reprospective published in Bourges,1979. -n°20/21. 1964 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale de Gianni Bertini. Dim : 27 x 27 cm. 1/10 exempl. de luxe une gravure originale de Guitet (signée) et un bois de Bertini (signé) dans un étui-chemise gris. Contributions de Bertini, Guitet, Gysin, Dupuy, Janicot, Berthier. Inclu un disque 33 tours : face A : Heisieck Poème-partition et Gysin I am, Machine-Poem, face B : Gysin Machine-Poem et Chopin Vibrespace Audio Poème. De plus : - l'exempl. est signé par Chopin - Gysin et Heidsieck sour leur nom au colophon. - l'exempl. est dédicacé au libraire et éditeur Jean Petithory par Bertini avec un jeu de mots sur OU. Joint : Bulletin de souscription - n°22. s.l.n.d. [1964]: DE-LUXE. Couverture originale de Paul-Armand Gette. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe sur Arches avec une lithographie originale de Gette et une gravure originale de Berni dans un étui toile où est inscrit OU au pochoir. Contributions de Berni, Sharkey, Furnival, Altmann, Houédard, Heidsieck, F. St.-Thibault, Chopin, Burka, Morgan, Pelieu, Finlay, Haussman. Joint : Bulletin de sousciption - n°23/24 . 1965 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale de Kosice. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe : Etui contenant l'exempl. + une suite contenant un photomontage original de Kocise et une lithographie signée de Rotella. Contributions de Man Ray (Rayograph), Bertini, J-L. Philippe, Rochber Gybduf (lire : ROtella, CHopin, BERtini, GYsin, B. heidsieck, DUFrêne), P.A. Gette, B. Heidsieck. Recueil (19 x 19 cm, 16 pp) : contributions de Caniaris, P. Clerc, P. de Vree, G. Foreau, Janicot, Lattanzi, Rotella. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), Face A : Dufrêne Crirythmes 1958 et 1964, Rotella 7 Poèmes phonétiques 1949 à 1963, Heidsieck Poème-partition "J" 1963, face B : Heidsieck Le Quatrième Plan 1963, Brion Gysin 3 Permutations 1960, Chopin Audio-poème "l'energie du sommeil" 1965. - n°25 . 1965 : DE-LUXE. Couverture illustrée (auteur anonyme). Dim : 26 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe avec une lithographie originale de Chopin et une néo-gravure en relief de Krasno dans un étui toile. Ce numéro a été réalisé à l'occasion des Scéances de Poésies de la Quatrième Bienale de Paris. Contributions de Dufrêne, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Jean-J. Lévêque, Gabriel Paris, Dora Feilane, Chopin, Serge Béguier, Bertini, Fr. Saint-Thibault, Laura Sheleen, John Giorno, Brion Gysin, Heidsieck, Les Aëlys, P.A. Gette, Alain Jouffroy, Jean-Clarence Lambert, Rodolfo Krasno. - n°26/27. 1965 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale illustrée de Burka. Dim : 27 x 27 cm Le homard Cosmographique. 1/10 exempl. de luxe dans un étui in 4 oblong sur lequel est collé une empreinte-photo de Béguier et contenant le n° sur Arches + la suite comprenant une aquatinte de Roberto Altmann et une sérigraphie de Furnival. Contributions de Edmund Alleyn, Roberto Altmann, Serge Béguier, Bertini, Jan Burka, Henri Chopin, John Furnival, Ilse et Pierre Garnier, Hirsal Grögereva, Jiri Kolar, Kosice, Hansjörg Mayer, Rancillac, C. Frederick, Reutersward, Rotella, Ben. Disque 45 tours (17 cm) face A : Raoul Hausmann Poèmes phonétiques 1918, Face B : Bernard Heidsieck Poèmes-partitions 65, Chopin Audio-poèmes 1962 et 1963. - n°28/29. 1966 : Couverture originale illustrée de Henri Chopin. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. Contributions de François Dufrêne, Spacagna, Julien Blaine, Cozette De Charmoy, Melo e Castro (Objet poématique, Chopin raconte que l'artiste est venu les apporter lui-même pour éviter la censure), Adriano Spatola, Yaacov Agam, Alain Arias-Misson, Fr. Saint-Thibault, Laura Sheleen, Jean Boudet, F. Dufrêne, Paul de Vree. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A : Dufrêne 12'35. triptycrirythme 1966 et Paul de Vree veronika 1953, Face B : Paul de Vree Ogenblik 1948, Kleine Caroli 1963, Vertigo Gli 1963, Een Roos a Rose 1964 et Chopin Sol Air, ballet des espaces 1961. - n°30-31. 1967 : Couverture originale de Ben Vautier. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. 9 poèmes + 1 badge poétique de Yaacov Agam, 1 dépliant-relief-objet de John Furnival (signé et daté 1967), 1 dessin d' Aude Jessemin, 1 graphie de Luc Peire, 2 poèmes futuristes polonais d'Anatol Stern, 1 poème graphique 2 couleurs de Luigi Ferro. + joint le bulletin de souscription. Disque 33 tours (25 cm) de Chopin Le corps, 22' pour Vivre pour vivre II, 1957, enregistrement exclusivement vocal 1966. - n°32. 1967 6 pages agrafées publiées à l'occasion de l'exposition Lumière et Mouvement, de Dufrêne, Chopin et Wolman au Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Dim : 21 x 27 cm Textes La Guerre - deux périodes de Blaine, Chopin et Muller, Crirythme en six de Dufrêne (correction manuscrite de Chopin), La Mégapneumie de Wolman. - n°33. 1968 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale de Bernard Aubertin. Dim : 19,5 x 19 cm. 36 pages. 1/10 exempl. de luxe sur Arches avec un dessous d'affiche de Dufrêsne, un collage d'Heidsieck, un poème graphique (dactylopoème) de Chopin, un scotch de Wolman dans une boite de toile noire. Contributions de Albert Birot La Grande Vie, Jean Claude Moineau Manifeste significations, Henri Chopin Lettre ouverte aux musiciens aphones. Disque 45 tours (17 cm), face A : B. Heidsieck : Biopsie V 66, Quel Age Avez-Vous?, Dufrêne : Crirythme 67 Dédié à H. Chopin, face B : Gil J. Wolman : Mégapneumes 67, La Mémoire, Chopin : Audio-poème 67, le Ventre de Bertini. Joint : Bulletin de souscription - n°34/35. 1969 : Edition 1/10. Couverture originale cartonnée rouge estampée à froid de Gisiger. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl numérotés de B à J dans un étui de toile rouge avec en plus une gravure estampée à froid de Gisiger signée, l'offset de Balch-Burroughs-Gysin-Sommerville signé par Chopin et mis à part l'offset de Balch-Burroughs-Gysin-Sommerville et le poster de Degottex, tous les posters sont sur papier de luxe. Contributions de Balch, Burroughs, Gysin, Chopin, Bob Cobbing, P.A. Gette (affiche 68 Le mur - the wall, sur papier fort), Degottex (affiche en sérigraphie Il faut du noir pour sortir du rouge), Hugh Davies,Gomez de Liano, M. Seuphor. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A: Dufrêne Haut-satur 1967, face B : Bob Cobbing Marvo movie natter 1968, Spontaneous Appealinair Contemprate Apollinaire 1968, Chopin : Mes bronches 1966. Exempl. dédicacé et signé par Chopin. Joint : Bulletin de souscription - n°36/37. 1970 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale en plastique rouge de Gianni Bertini Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe avec une sculpture magnétique de Alice Hutchins et un chapeau sonore de Anna Lockwood conservé dans une boite de toile rouge avec une fenêtre laissant apparaitre un sein de la couverture sculpture de G. Bertini. De plus, les posters de Neuhuys, Moineau et Chopin sont sur papier de luxe. Contributions de Raoul Hausmann, Novak, Stefan Themerson, A. Hutchins, A. Lockwood, Tom Phillips, Paul Neuhuys, Moineau, Matusow, R. Hausmann, Paul de Vree, H. Chopin, Michel Seuphor, Brigitte Chopin (fille d'Henri). Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A : Ladislas Novak La stucture phonétique de la langue tchèque 1969, Hugh Davies Shozyg 1 & 2, , face B : Sten Hanson Don't hesitate do it, do it right now - The glorious desertion 1969, Chopin Les grenouilles d'Aristophane 1967, Heidsieck Ravaillac, tu connais ? 1969. - n°38/39. 1971: . Couverture originale de Henri Chopin. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe comprenant une sérigraphie de Marcelle Cahn et une de Marcel Janco, le tout dans une boite noire avec un bois marqué review en rouge. Contributions de Chopin (Affiche en sérigraphie sur un texte de Burroughs + Affiche en sérigraphie sur un texte de Phases), Cahn, Cozette de Charmoy, Jean Degottex (Affiche en sérigraphie Feu la culture), Gisiger, Raoul Hausmann, Marcel Janco, Marcel Mariën, Richard Orton. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A, Chopin : le rire est debout 1969, B.E. Johnson : (Among) II, 1970. Face B, Hanson : Railroad poem et Révolution 1970, J. Bekaert : The day after 1969. - n°40/41. 1972 : Couverture originale de plastique noire de Hansjörg Gisiger (Portrait d'Ernest). Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. Contributions de Lacasse, Gerz, Hutchins, Themerson, Norguet, C. de Charmoy, Chopin. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A : da Silva Audio-poem 1971, William Burroughs Valentine Day Reading 1965, face B : Brion Gysin Poems 1960-62, Heidsieck Passe-Partout no 4 1970, Chopin Le soleil est mécanique. La couverture est un peu défraichie. - n°42/43/44. 1974 : Couverture originale de Axel Knipschild. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe avec un collage de Maccheroni (Sens interdits) et la suite de Tom Phillips sur beau papier signée et numérotée + objet en bois sur lequel est inscrit OU n°42/43/44 signé par Chopin le tout dans un étui de toile rouge. Contributions M. Corfou, T. Phillips, M. Janco, A. Lora-Totino, Chopin, N. Zurbrugg, Jo Verbrugghen, Henri Maccheron(affiche signée), R. Aaron et l'Association. Le fac-similé de la lettre de Roussel annoncé au colophon n'est jamais paru dans aucun des tirages. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A : W. Burroughs Reading 1965, Ake Hodell Numro Ba Besch, 1970, face B : Amirkhanian Each 'LL 1971, Novak Two poems 1958-62, Rimbaud Le Vrai Sonnet des Voyelles, Chopin Les mandibules du "Déjeuner sur l'herbe" 1971. Exempl. dédicacé au libraire et éditeur Jean Petithory. Joint : 5 sérigraphies de différentes tailles de Tom Phillips signées et dédicacées à Henri Chopin.

[#17672]

P.S. PRIMARY SOURCES ON THE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS

Numbers 1-7 (all publ.). London (UK), P.S. Publications Association 1979/81. Large tabloid folded in two, ca 25 pp each issue. Numerous illustrations/photographs, b/w.

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Edited by Jean-Claude Masson, Roger Ely, David Dawson, Max Eastley. Magazine exploring and covering 'live art', 'performance art' and 'multi media' activities. Interview with Kenneth Williams, Jimi Hendrix Festival (Paradiso Amsterdam), Jail Warehouse, Whirled Music, Captain Beefheart, Semza Pozcu, Rose Garrard, Monty Python, Anemic Cinema, Eadward Muybridge, Gilbert & George, Geneis P. Orridge Suburband Relapse, Joseph Beuys in conversation with Rob Con, Mark Pauline, Adrian Henri, Performance Art (Jeff Nuttall), the I.O.U.Theatre, Jazz in Scandinavia, and much more.

[#17885]

DE PANIEKZAAIER

No. 1-4. (Amst.), 1971-1972 (all published). 4 vols., ills., orig. wr., narrow 4to., Mimeographed/offset.

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Provo and Kabouters-related publication. Contains contributions by i.a. Roel van Duyn and Bernard Holtrop ("WIllem"). Treats ecological issues, nuclear armament and other issues related to a new society. No. 1. Kabouters in paniek!; 2. Speciaal waternummer; 3. Bouwen aan de Toekomst; 4. Vrolijk nummer. Complete rather scarce.

[#19427]

PARADISO FOX (Later: FOX; later: THE DAILY LIAR)

Nos.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (complete, all published). Amsterdam, n.d. (ca. 1970)-1971. 16-20 pages, colour printing, 42 x 30 cm; in very good, near mint condition. Complete set, scarce.

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Elaborately produced pop and underground paper, initially published in the Amsterdam Popmusic and Hippie-Center "Paradiso", but number 4 published independently as FOX and number 5 as THE DAILY LIAR. Editor: J.V.Ricard Vesga, with Bob Rivera, Dennis Maguire, Lil Pehrsson, Dick Breebaart; contributions by Balthazar Venet, Hans Bruggeman, P.R.Lawson, Jan Swagerman, Eva Bouman, Brother Rap Lee, Michael Chapman, Jan Swagerman, Steve Fadidson, etc; No. 1, Year 1: Consciousness; No.2 publishes Declaration of Independence of Orange FreeState (Amsterdam Elfencity,1970). No.3: Full colour issue.the quality of the paper is better than rthe quality of the paper. 20 pages; No. 4: "Fozxhole". Fanny Fox Cookbook (Cannabis recipees); No. 5: "Fox Fux", The Great Rock N'Roll Rip Off; Kabouters National Liberation, Wet Dreams; Dolle Minas; Suburban Monastery Death, by D.A.Levy

[#16893]

PERFORMANCE ART / LIVE:Performance Art.

A periodical of Performance Arts Journal Publications

Nos. 1-6/7 (all publ.). New York, 1979-1982. Original pictorial wrappers; oblong (1-2 size 17,5x28,5 cm; nos. 3-5 size 20x28,5cm).

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Publishers, editors designer and photographer: Bonnie Marranca, Gautam Dasgupta, John Howell, Johan Elbers, Nathaniel Tielston, Nancy Campbell, Paula Court, staff and contributions by: Robert Wilson, Ken Friedman,Laurie Anderson, Dick Higgins, Eric Bogosian, Joan Jonas, Robert Ashley,Charlie Morrow, Jean Dupuy, and Stuart Sherman. Features interviews with Carolee Schneemann, Ralston Farina, an "auto-interview" with RichardForeman.Robert Atkins, Bruce Barber, Ann Sargent-Wooster, a.o. No. 6/7 is a thick number featuring Glenn Branca, with Robert Ashley, John Cage, Dan Graham,Charles Frederick, Sally Randall, Shelly Rice, (Nos. 1-2: Performance Art 1-2; then becoming LIVE nos. 3-5,6/7).

[#18100]

THE PERFORMANCE SPACE

Numbers 1-14 (all published). Strawberry Hills, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 1994-1997. Orig. pictorial wrappers, 22x21 cm.; small abrasion to front cover of no 9, otherwise all very good, near mint.

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The Australian counterpart of 'High Perfiormance', issues of ab. 26 pages each, fully illustrated. Edited by Billy Crawford, Angharad Wynne-Jones, Jonathan Parsons, Lynne Mitchell. Contribs. Ny John Baylis, Nigel Kellaway, Shelly Lasica, Derek Dreckler, a.o. ; apparently no sets in libraries outside Australia.

[#19306]

PIN UPS

Number 1 (all and only published, by TAJIRI SHINKICHI (1923-2009). Barlo (Limburg, The Netherlands) ), april 1968, 21x30 cm, portfolio consisting of 18 loose sheets, of which 14 photographically illustrated, 1 introductory text and 3 signed by Tajiri, contained in the original manilla envelope with 1 title-sheet superimposed on the front. l Number 58 of an edition of 250 handnumbered.

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Colophon page signed by Tajiri (no 58), the photos are part of a series intended for a catalog of Tajiri's work at the Hamilton Galleries,London and Galerie 20 in Arnhem.

[#16977]

Ine POPPE

(Mothermilk cheese/ Moedermelkkaas)

Three photographs on baritepaper (photographs by Jetty Verhoeff). Signed by Ine Poppe, in cardboard mounts (each one out of 3 impressions). TOGETHER WITH: the artists book: 40 pages on 20 loose sheets, as issued. Booklet detailing and informain about the project, signed. Amsterdam, no date (ca. 1983)

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The artist-journalist Ine Poppe becomes an international sensation because of her art-project "Mothermilk Cheese". She fabricated cheese from her own mothermilk and named it "Le Bébé Hollandais"., with designed packaging. This created considerable publicity in the local and international press, and it even made it on Japanese television.

[#19419]

POPPETGOM:

Theater Scarabee

Amsterdam, published by Octopus Foundation, 1970. Large tinplate oil can containing a catalogue and an inflatable yellow plastic cushion. Oil can made by Thomassen & Drijver-Verblijfa in Deventer. Catalogue: 224 pp., paperback, illustrated throughout.

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Designed by Jan van Toorn in Amsterdam. Play composed and produced by Adri Boon, Raf Thunnisen and Jan van As; text by Lucebert; directed by Adri Boon. The premier of the avant-garde stage production “Poppetgom” - similar to a “Happening” - took place at Studio Scarabée, an experimental theatre founded by the painter Adri Boon, before being shown at the Stedelijk in Amsterdam and then being adapted for television. The book is made up of photographs of scenes, pieces of dialogue, collages and illustrations, and contains numerous socio-political connotations involved in the techniques of “Happenings”. The catalogue is concealed inside the tinplate oil can. It is very rare to find an item like this, in its original state with the can unopened.

[#19020]

PRAXIS

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Chicago, Jackson Gray, 1979-80. A complete run, 6 issues published in various sizes, with numerous photographs of rock and punk music scenes, also design advertising.

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A short-lived art, music, and design magazine with a New Wave and Punk aesthetic that came out of Chicago in 1979-80, and was hardly distributed outside. An experimental magazine publishing a mix between pop culture, high art, fashion, poetry and punk music. Articles and interviews on music groups. profiles on fashion designers Elio Fiorucci and Thierry Mugler, contributions from poets Jerome Sala, Elaine Equi, Gerard Malanga, and photographers Michael Weinstein, Bill Edmundson, Alan Bass, Jim Elliott, etc. Music groups include 8-Eyed Spy, Gang of Four, the Buzzcocks, B-52s, Roxy Music, Pere Ubu, the Cramps, Robert Fripp, Jonny III, Tuxedo Moon, Peter Murphy, etc There were only 6 issues, each one in a different format. -No. 1 June 1979 (30,5x30,5 cm) 50 pages, spine stapled in blue/red cover (very lightly shaven). b/w photographs. - No. 2 August/Sept. 1979. (25,5 x 25,5 cm) 60 pages, green cover, spine a bit worn, otherwise very good. - No. 3 Dec.1979. Oblong, 20x30,5 cm. 96 pages. Dark-red/green cover. With fexidisk (Robert Tripp) and with the original Small pouch of BLUE HAIR. Fine condition, still in the original plastic mailing pouch. - No. 4 Poster, printed in colour, recto/verso, 88x112 cm., folded to 28x22 cm., , with only very light wear over the folds, in excellent condition. Not dated but in the right corner is printed "Parxis 4, Decade Dispatch, Homewreckers Calender, Road Map to1980". - No. 5. March 1980. 35,5x27,5 cm. Red/yellow cover, 60 pages, with 4 loose sheets extra. Excellent condition. - No.6. Nobember 1980. A white card portfolio of 96 unbound sheets with 4 pages added (spine a bit worn); with a vinyl 45'record (Big Clock Music). It was not distributed outside of Chicago and print runs were relatively small, very rare.

[#19327]

PROVO

Blauwe Maandag. Omdat mijn huis daar stond.

Albert Blitz, Loe van Nimwegen (compilation and lay-out) - Blauwe maandag. Omdat mijn huis daar stond 24 maart 1975. Een verslag in fotoos van de gebeurtenissen die dag in de Amsterdamse Nieuwmarkt - (Amsterdam), Aktiegroep Nieuwmarkt, no date (1975) - 1st edition (1000 copies) - 64 pp. - Paper wrappers - Size: 14 x 20,5 cm. Rare 'Provo' book. Good condition.

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Famous small photobook., throughout illustrated (56 photos). Photographic contributions by Pieter Boersma, Vincent Mentzel, Roberto Peeters, Wim Ruigrok, Rob Stolk, Dolf Toussaint, Gerda van Veen, Hannes Walrafen and Koen Wessing. In Parr & Badger, vol III, pages 68, 69. And in 'Het Nederlandse fotoboek', Gierstberg a.o. page 175.

[#18776]

PROVO (MAGAZINE)

(Occasionally subtitled 'Provo-Anarchistenblad').

Nos. 1-15 (all publ.). Amsterdam, June 1965-April 1967, together with: Extra Bulletin AND the special Provo-rubber stamped edition of 'In Dienst '(cover with the Banner). Tall narrow 4to, mimeographed, illustrated with political cartoons. All issues unbound and untrimmed, in original wrappers, stapled or with tape in the spine, as issued. In generally good condition, with light soilage, some paperspotting, dogears and browning. Exceptional set with: No. 1. Amsterdam, 12 juli 1965 in the original first edition, with the unexploded explosive cap on page 21 intact. Original wrappers, with closed tear on upper part of frontwrapper, with only very small paperloss, and small imperfection on the right margin. A very good copy and extremely rare with the famous cap. ADDED: promotional leaflet/small sized poster "Provo is uit! " (Provo has appeared).

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Complete set (all in the original first edition) of the journal published by the Amsterdam Provo-movement,. Several numbers were banned or confiscated by the police. Illustrations are by (Bernard) WILLEM (Holtrop), contribs. include Peter Bronkhorst, Roel van Duyn, Rob Stolk, Constant Nieuwenhuys, Bernard de Vries, Luud Schimmelpenninck, Duco van Weerlee, Hans Korteweg. etc.; The special edition "In Dienst"is quite rare; it is an issue of the official publication of the Defense Ministry for distribution to the soldiers; Provo rubber-stamped a number of these as 'Provo Special Edition",

[#19029]

PROVO (MAGIES CENTRUM AMSTERDAM)- INSEKTEN SEKTE and DESKUNDOLOGIE

Historic photo of the 'Magical Provo' Max Reneman. Photographer: JARING, Cor (Dutch 1936). Max Reneman in white lab coat with gas mask and stethoscope as leader of the Sect of the Insects', 1969. Gelatin silver print, with copyright stamp of Cor Jaring (on the reverse). Some wear and creases along the margins, foxing spots throughout. Dimensions: 29.7 x 24 cm.

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In this outfit Max Reneman visited John Lennon and Yoko Ono in their room in the Amsterdam Hilton to appoint them as honorary members of the 'Insektensekte' and hand over the Butterfly flag, together with Huub Mathijsen and Theo Kley, members of the 'Sect of the Insects'. This photo is taken during a happening in Amsterdam. Artist or Maker: JARING, Cor (Dutch 1936) Provenance: From the estate of Max Reneman

[#18887]

PROVO (MAGIES CENTRUM AMSTERDAM)- INSEKTEN SEKTE and DESKUNDOLOGIE

INSEKTEN SEKTE (The Insect Sect); MAX RENEMAN: The Magical Provo. Initiator of the Insect Sect and the Expertology Lab. A collection of original documents and art work by Max Reneman.

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A ) .The Butterfly Opera and the Insekten Sekte. Poster "Moeder, wat is er mis met deze Planeet ? Tentoonstelling georganiseerd door Werkgroep V.U…in de Biologische Faculteit der V.U. (Free University) 19 september-13 oktober 1969, with: Insectensecte: Vlinderopera, Resistentieorkest, etc. 62 x46 cm. In perfect condition, only small chip from right upper corner. B ) The text and musical score of the "Vlinder Opera", on 3 sheets stencilled on white paper, b/w. 4to size. Together with the VERY RARE recording: An LP inoriginal plain white sleeve, with enclosed a sheet of stationary of the Deskundologisch Laboratorium with the content of the disk (1 sheet, a few fold and a tiny closed tear at the bottom). The Butterfly Opera recorded, together with recordings of pieces of music, poems, interviews, and other sounds by people who played a role in the 60’s Provo movement in Amsterdam. Collaborators were: Jasper Grootveld, Theo Kley, Max Reneman, Karel Alphenaar, Marte Benders, Zuster Clara, Else Krieg, Chaim Levano, Huub & Joost Mathijsen, Kunstspelpiano Steck. Also collaboration of Het Amsterdams Ballongezelschap or de Nieuwe Zotten. f Comes in the original white paper sleeve. Contains the tracklist,and a 1930-photograph of the young Dutch queen Juliana and her husband Bernhard. C ) Sketchbook of Max Reneman. 32,3 x 23,5, stiff beige wrappers with spiral binding. Schetsbook printed in red, with several ink drawings of Butterflies and Dragonflies on the front and 5 full sheets with ink drawings still attached to the spiral-spine. With loosely inserted 6 other studies, drawings and watercolours ( 4 b/w and 2 colour). D) 5 WATERCOLOURS BY Max Reneman, - 1 study on a sheet of 65x50 cm, Iimage 32x20,5 in blue/white and greay, with ab. 20 times the original stamp of "insekten Sekte", - 1 full colour watercolour of a sitting man in a fantasy chair. Signed Max Reneman - 1 full colour watercolour on sheet 34 x 21.5 , with original stamp of "Insekten Sekte". - 1 full colour watercolour 50x40, depicting a Fantasy raft with chairs and an "Insect shaped sail ", clearly by Max Reneman, not signed. - 1 full colour watercolour, 23x31 cm, depicting a fantasy bird/insect, flying over a sea, with text in pencil "en zal dit beeld verdwijnen dan besta ik niet". E ) A sequence of 5 original photographs by Chiara (the artists daughter) showing how to rescue oneself: Typed text on stationary of "Deskundologisch Laboratorium" (The Expertology Lab.). "De Waalfiets. Gevonden op 1 januari 1972 op het Waalstrand bij Nieuwwaal aan de Waal: a large plastic bag as a raft, found near the river, nylon panties filled with styrofoam and a selfmade sail. Text handwritten in pencil experiment succeeded and another of the sunken raft, experiment failed. A loose photograph: " floating body and head". E) Deskundologie, Deel 1. Handboek der Deskundologie Deel I. Onder redactie van Jan Juffermans. Medewerkers o.a. Jan Willem Beunk, Robert Jasper Grootveld, Cor Jaring, Theo Kley, Max Reneman, Piet Holstein (106 pp.). Ex bibliotheek Akademie voor beeldende kunst Enschede, omslag geplastificeerd, stempels aan binnenzijde.

[#19063]

PROVO (MAGIES CENTRUM AMSTERDAM)- INSEKTEN SEKTE and DESKUNDOLOGIE

John Lennon en Yoko Ono: -Bed Peace, Hilton hotel. 2 b/w photographs.Later inkjet-prints on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper with blindstamp and signature of Nico Koster. Each 33 x 48 cm. -

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[#19405]

PROVO (MAGIES CENTRUM AMSTERDAM)- INSEKTEN SEKTE and DESKUNDOLOGIE

The Butterfly Opera recorded, together with recordings of pieces of music, poems, interviews, and other sounds by people who played a role in the 60’s Provo movement in Amsterdam. Collaborators were: Jasper Grootveld, Theo Kley, Max Reneman, Karel Alphenaar, Marte Benders, Zuster Clara, Else Krieg, Chaim Levano, Huub & Joost Mathijsen, Kunstspelpiano Steck.

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Also collaboration of Het Amsterdams Ballongezelschap or de Nieuwe Zotten. f Comes in the original white paper sleeve. Contains the tracklist,and a 1930-photograph of the young Dutch queen Juliana and her husband Bernhard. Tracklist A1 Tsjaikowsky (Uit Everybodies Favourites) A2 Denkend Aan Holland A3 Phryasland A4 Amsterdam A5 L'Elisir D'Amore A6 Downtown Written By – Middleton A7 Milieu Verveling A8 Moeder Waar Zijn De Vlinders Henen B1 Er Was Een Tijd (Why Do You Cry Butterfly) B2 Indianola Written-By – Onivas*, Henry* B3 Zielkundologie B4 Doremi, D.D.T., Wit B5 Si Vous L'Aviez Compris Written-By – Denza* B6 Mother There Is Something Wrong (Moeder Wat Is Er Mis Met Deze Planeet) B7 Cavatine En Versjes Written-By – Raff* B8 Stars And Stripes Composed By – Souza*

[#18789]

PROVO - ORANJEVRIJSTAAT- KABOUTERS

Important collection related to Kabouters (the successors of Provo) and Orange Free State, and the municipal elections in Amsterdam, with victory of the Kabouter Party. Quite rare ensemble as follows: ORANJE VRIJSTAAT. A: -Interesting group of ab. 16 stencilled illustrated PAMPHLETS AND HANDBILLS related to the Kabouters and the Promotion of the Kabouter Party for the municipal elections and for the other Kaboutercities (some illustrated). Includes 6 flyers/handbills stencilled in Red on white paper as election propaganda for Kabouter Party. B: - 6 publications related to Kabouters/ Orange Free State: 3 issues of FIZZ, organ of the Free State in North-Holland; Kabouter Prikkrant, No. 1; A script of a Radio Broadcast regarding the Provo movement and Kabouters , 1 Oct.1972. Het Blije Volk. 4. Rotterdam Kabouterstad. (Oranje VrijstaatRijnmond). C:- a file with ab. 35 various stencils related to the Kabouters operating in the Municipal Council. - Informatie Bulletins 2, 3, 4, 6, 7. Each ab. 8-12 pages, stencilles, stapled (Published by Kabouter Informatie Centrum). and -Toneelnota. Aan de Gemeente Amsterdam. (publ.: Kabouter Vrij Pers). - Soft Drug Nota.. Amsterdam Kabouterstad. 26 pages stapled in wrapper D: a file with newspaper clippings of the debates between Roel van Duynn, Ton Regtien, Rob Stolk. E: - ORANJE VRIJSTAAT POSTAGE STAMPS. - Oranje Vrijstaat. First Day of Issue, 20 juni 1970; envelope met zegels en stempels, 10,3 x 23 cm - Oranje Vrijstaat. Boycot de Volkstelling, 15 januari, 1971; enveloppe met zegels en stempels, 10 x 18,9 cm F:- POSTERS: - "Er gaan veel kabouters op één zetel" (poster, 27x44 cm., n.pl., n.publ., 1965) - "Zonder jou gaat het niet. Stem maar lijst 10 oranje vrijstaat" (poster, 28x44 cm., n.pl., J. Baas, ±1965) -"Zij hebben hun tong gescherpt als een slang, ander vergif is onder hun lippen. Psalm 140: 4" (poster, 62,5x42,5 cm., Amst., Polak & Van Gennep, 1967).

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[#18969]

PROVO - ORANJEVRIJSTAAT- KABOUTERS

-Interesting group of ab. 16 stencilled illustrated PAMPHLETS AND HANDBILLS related to the Kabouters and the Promotion of the Kabouter Party for the municipal elections and for the other Kaboutercities (some illustrated). Includes 6 flyers/handbills stencilled in Red on white paper as election propaganda for Kabouter Party

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[#19064]

PROVO- PHOTOGRAPHS- Henk J MEIER

Collection of 9 original b/w photographs, all 14,7 x 10,5 cm, of which 7 photographs of Provo actions and protests around the statue "Het Lieverdje" (Spui Amsterdam) and 2 of the Ant-Vietnam Protests on Dam square. All stamped on the backside "Copyright Candid Pix Press Service, Amsterdam" and each with handwritten explanatory texts by the journalist Henk J. Meier.

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Explanatory handwritten texts on the rearside of the photographs in free(abbreviated) translation : - Provo's white bicycle happening - Striptease of Provo puber/painter - Provo pubers + retarded pubers painting bicyles with white paint - Provo assembly around "Het Lieverdje" chased by the police - Saturday night demonstration around "Het Lieverdje", coughing the Ugh-Ughe and carrying flowers - Fight with empty vegetable cans - Provo's (or "Nozems") marchuing with red Image banner - Picture of poster & pamphlet from the Provo riot, Roel van Duyns anarchists, 4 were arrested, and the "Klaus Pampflet", censored picture of Bernhard - 2 photographs of demonstration on Dam Square 6 Aug 1965 commemmorating 20-yers ago A-bombs on Japan,and commemoration meeting in Krasnapolsky (De Derde Weg; Kerk & Rede; Pacifist group Pax Crhtisti, Young Socialists", etc.

[#18231]

PROVOKE

Subversief Anarchistenblad. Provoceer !!!

(Provo Den Haag) September 1967. 21,5 x 14 cm, 8pp. (all publ.). With illustrations; spinestapled.

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Unsigned articles. (Edited by G.C.Kuntz). Address: Postbus 667 Den Haag. Rather violent text, and a design for a timebomb. "Demonstration against the Minustry of Defense. Against the murder of the individual." Rere publication of the Provos in The Hague.

[#15389]

Erwin PULS

Collection.

Collection of rare Puls items as follows: - Erwin Puls in Schaffhausen. Der Karton enthält Drei Fotos von WOLFGANG RADECZKI. Einern Pressespiegel, eine Verfügung, eine Kritik der Ausstellung in Zürich. Die Begründung der Interpellation "Verbot der Ausstellunbg"vom 7.11.1989 im Grossen Stadtrat Schaffhausen. Contained inplain cardbooard box, (28 x 342 cm). Numbered 1 (of an edition of 6) and signed by Puls. The three photographs individually signed by Radeczki, .Herbstpresse Wien, 1990. Together with: - Schaffhauser Bürgerposse. Aufgezeigt anhand der Pressemeldungen anlässlich des Verbotes der Ausstellung "PUL"durch den Sgaffhauser Stadtrat. - Ein Puls ! Aufzeichnung einer Kunstauktion in Wien 1972. Ein Puls! Gespäche über den Tod. 2.verbesserte Auflage. Orig. Wrappers. With photographic ills. - Pul für den Imtimbereich. Roman. Nicht vor der Jugend oder sonst sittlich unreifen Personen öffnen. 1.-2.Tausend. Kunsdtanstalt 'Der Puls'Wien, 1975. Ca. 120 unnumbered pages with reproductions of phographs and clippings. 13,5x10 cm; orig.pict.wrappers with dustjacket. -Puls. Der klare Blick, das wahre Wort. 8 journals, tabloïd size, dated Sonntag den 18 April - Sonntag den 25. April 1982. Morgenausgabe. Folded and kept in orig. Portfolio, no. 17/300 signed by Puls. - Puls. Im Herrenzimmer. Freibord Sonderdruck 9. Wien, 1984. One of 500 numbered copies.

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Erwin Puls, born in 1939, studied 1962-1964 in Düsseldorf with Joseph Beuys. He became noted as promotor of "pornographic images"; Some of his exhibitions closed by the authorities (as the one in Schaffhausen). .Editor of the "Puls"Zeitung (as offered here).

[#18835]

QUADERNI DI 'TECHNE'

TEATRO: Vol. 1 & 2 : Quaderno No. 5 and Quaderno No. 14. Stapled between orig. Wrappers; 31,5x21,5. Firenze, Techne 1970. 2 volumes. Loose mimeographed and printed sheets, text and illustrations. Some chipping and nicks around top and bottom of cover.

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Edited by E. Miccini. Published alongside the assembling periodical TECHNE from the Centro Techne (founded in 1969). Contributions on Artist Theatre, by Patrizia Bonifazi, Achille Bonito Oliva, Jean François Bory, Giusi Coppini, Ketty La Rocca, Lucia Marcucci, Eugenio Miccini, Luciano Ori, Michele Perfetti, Lamberto Pignotti, Sarenco, Gianni Toti, Franco Vaccari, Ben Vautier,.Chiari - L.Ori , S.Bussotti , M.Perfetti ,L.Marcucci ,U.Carrega , V.Accame.

[#19126]

RADICAL SOFTWARE

Nos. 1 - 4. New York Spring 1970 - Summer 1971. (each 6-8 double sheets of 57x36 cm for the first 3 numbers , no 4 39,5x28 cm. , 3 + 24 + 16 pages , in original cover by Ant Farm. Library stamp (ex New Mexico Univ) on nos 3 and 4 , else in excellent condition,with only very moderate wear on the edges. - together with: No 5. New York, Gordon & Breach. 1972. 120 pages, 30x22,5 cm., orig.pictt.wrappers, paperback , light to moderate wear to corners and edges(on cover: and The Realistic Hope Foundation. -together with: -Volume 2, number 1. New York: Gordon & Breach, Science Publishers, Inc., 1972. Quarto, 72 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers by Ira Schneider. Discreet trace of tape on top front wrapper + former library stamp on title page, otherwise fine. -Vol. 2 no 2. New York, Spring 1973, (30x23 cm). 64 pages; stapled. Orig.covers (somewhat yellowed). -Vol. 2 no 4. Published by Gordon and Breach, New York, 1973 Solid State. (contribs: Vic Gioscia, Milton Berger, Bob Sandidge, Michael Shamberg et al.) (this issue with light wear). - Vol. 2 no 5. Published by Gordon and Breach.1973. Video an Envrironment. . (Juan Downey, Frank Gilette, Beryl Korot, Ira Schneider). (Vol.2 no 6 was the last published, but not present in this set). ).

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Together 9 consecutive issues (from 11 published in total). The very rare original edition of this early video art publication, edited by Beryl Korot, Phyllis Gershuny, Michael Shamberg. No.3: "Grassroots Television", titlepage illustrated by Andy Poynor, No. 4 edited by Beryl Korot with Megan Williams: "Raindance", cover illustrated by Ant Farm. All 4 numbers with contributions of Ira Schneider. With No. 5 of vol. 1 the periodical switches to commercial distribution by Gordon & Breach (1972) Editors: Dudley Evenson, Michael Shamberg, assoc.editor Beryl Korot Vol. 2 no 1:Changing Channels.. Vol.2 no 2: The TV Environment by Beryl Korot & Ira Schneider "A celebration of 1950s and 60s broadcast Television. Chronicles the careers of Dennis James and Bill 'Gray. This issue, from the minimal front cover to the off-screen image of Tex Antoine on the back cover has an informational conceptual art look". On the editor: " Beryl Korot is an internationally exhibited artist first known for her early pioneer work in video art, and for multiple channel work in particular. She was co-founder and co-editor of Radical Software (1970), the first publication to document artists' work and ideas concerning video….." Publication continued till vol. 2 no 6. See: Gwen Allen, p.289

[#19094]

DIE REIHE

Periodical Devoted to Developments in Contemporary Music. Bryn Mawr:

Volumes (nos)1-8 ( all publ.). Theodore Presser in Association with Universal Edition, 1958-1968. 8vo, each volume an 8vo bound in printed wraps of varying colors, by the Austrian designer Willi Bahner. Spines a bit worn, with reading creases and some light chipping to paper, and creasing to the wraps, but otherwise a sturdy, very good set. Scarce complete.

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The English language edition of one of the most important contemporary music periodicals , which began publication in German in 1954 out of the circle of composers which coalesced around the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk (NWDR). The covers are brilliantly and minimally designed by the important Austrian designer Willi Bahner. The contributors are largely European, though John Cage offers several important texts. The periodical was the most important English language source of information for European experimental and serial music, though this English language version was often contentiously received by English language readers. The periodical came to an end after a falling out between the two editors, with the epic issue no. 8. To the credit of the periodical, one of the most bitter attacks on the magazine was published in die Reihe itself, an attack on work by Stockhausen by the Dutch physicist Adriaan Fokker - a fitting coda to a provocative and contentious periodical. Each issue was devoted to articles on a particular theme. No. 1 - Electronic Music, No. 2 - Anton Webern, No. 3 - Musical Craftmanship, 4. Young Composers, 5. Reports Analyses, 6. Speech and Music, 7. Form-Space, and 8. Retrospective. More detailed contents on request.

[#18977]

WILLEM DE RIDDER

RADIO ART: -RIDDER, Willem de and LEVY, William. Radio Art. Amst., Gallery 'A', 1981. 4to. Orig. wrappers (sl. soiled). Illustr. b/w. folded 3 times; Onvitation Nov/Dec 1979. * Text in English. - Radio Art Gids/Guide. Utrecht, Knippenberg, 1981. Orig. wrappers. Illustr. b/w. 62 p. - Radio Art. The end of the Graven Image.16 pp incl. illustrated covers. (4to; published by Gallery A, Amsterdam). (2 copies) -2 Invitations concerning 'Radio Art'. 1982, 1986. Diff. sizes. * 1982: Eindhoven, Apollohuis; 1986: Berlin, Daadgal

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[#18978]

WILLEM DE RIDDER

WILLEM DE RIDDER- FLUXUS ARTIST. Paper Fluxwork. 14 cards. N.Y., Fluxus, ca. 1967. Plastic box with label glued on lid. 9 x 12 x 1.3 cm. In very good condition. -

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Silverman 103 mentions 7 cards, while Silverman 101 mentions 14 cards, but these were kept in manila envelope. - On the label is blindstamped in lower right corner "ReFlux".

[#18979]

WILLEM DE RIDDER

Number 1. Wie zijn nek uitsteekt haalt zich het leven op de hals. Lijfblad voor Radikale Traditionalisten. Undated, ca. 1978. Tabloid on newsprint.(out of 4 issues published). Together with: NTERNATIONAL REFLECTIONS POST. Not published with the New York Post and the Washington Times. No. 1. Amst., 13 febr. 1987. Tabloid format. Illustr. b/w. 8 p. * Texts in Dutch. - Edited and designed by Willem de Ridder. - All published? (a promnotional piece for a fashion store.

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"Willem de Ridder Krant". Publication by Willem de Ridder, founder of Hitweek/Aloha, Suck, and many other publications. Also Dutch member of "Fluxus". This newspaper published by NYX Global, and Radio Art Foundation, Alerx.Boersstraat 30 Amsterdam. Numerous risky erotic/pornographic photographs and articles by De Ridder and others on a wider variety of topics.

[#19417]

WILLEM DE RIDDER

GOD. Klankblad voor Niet Blinden

"Holland's first sound magazine for the Not-Blind". Uitgeverij Drukwerk ‎– DR 01. Vinyl LP, released 1978. Radioplay, Spoken Word, Experimental. With accompanying book:80 pages 29 x18,5 stapled in the spine. Record in orig sleeve (small abrasions on the lower side of the front cover;the record and booklet in excellent state.

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Artwork – Peter Pontiac Artwork [God-logo] – Robert Williams (15) Sleeve, Design – Elsa del Puerto Voice – Willem de Ridder Voice Actor – Ciska van Houwelingen, Elsa del Puerto, Peter Pontiac, Rita Dolce Vita Recorded in Santa Margherita Ligure, August 1978. Liner notes: Do not play this album without reading GOD sound magazine at the same time... Without GOD you will not understand this album." GOD stands for Grote Oto Derby.

[#17340]

ROMAN HIGH ROMA SOTTO

Later FALLO!.

Anno I, numero 1- 3, n.d. (1971 - 1973) - (3 of 6 published, there was also a 0 - number!).In generally good condition (detail below).

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--numero 1: - happenings in-off-beat-sexy-underground-crazy-free in Italian-english every two weeks-quindicinale. octavo, 48 pages, numerous illustrations, printed in several colors. Illustrated wrappers, in good condition.. With attention for, film, music and "WHAT'S ON" in Rome. Articles on pink floyd, chicago, women's lib, drugs and revolution + a two page cartoon by crumb. --numero 2: - milano sotto / underground / comuni- communes / rock / erotic cinema / cartoons. Small folio, 15 pages printed in several colors with numerous illustrations. Small closed tear in right margin of front page.. Articles on uriah heep, pink floyd, andy warhol, a double page cartoon by crumb, women's lib, james bond and info on milano's underground. --numero 3: - sesso - 10 domande a una virgine Italian / droghee - quello che nessuno vuole dirvi / rock - un anno di Rock in Italia - poster / rivoluzione - se un movement deve nascere. Small fl folio, 15 pages printed in several colors with numerous illustrations. Some wear on the right upper edge. With articles by: dr. Hippocrates on soft and hard drugs and an article on the clitoris. An article o magic and info on what's on in London, Amsterdam, Milano and Savona.

[#18695]

S.M.S.

Bi-monthly portfolio.

New York: The Letter Edged in Black Press, 1968. A set of Volume 1-6, in six 6 portfolios (all-issued) containing 73 artist's multiples, each housed in artist designed envelope, with each portfolio housed inside original cardboard mailing folder printed with the press address. Edited by William Copley. See: Gwen Allen, Artists'Magazines,p297 Note: Set is complete including the rare original reel to reel tapes by Terry Riley and La Monte Young and the Yoko Ono piece contains the original broken ceramic pieces.

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Six folders of 73 loose multiples and printed matter; each in artist designed envelope. Each envelope is housed inside original cardboard mailing folder printed with the press address. The contents are in very good to excellent shape, also the folders in fine condition, and the mailing folders in excellent condition (only small stain on outside of no2). Because many of the objects are printed pieces of paper of odd sizes that are often folded to fit into the folded artist designed envelope, some "condition problems" naturally occur. Often objects sit next to other odd materials, so some creasing, wrinkling, impressions, etc. were unavoidable. List of contents on demand.

[#18444]

SEKIGUN

(The Red Army)

Pamphlet No. 3 (all and only published). Special issue, manifest poster-journal. Tokyo 1972 (Bureau of Pornography of the Kansaigakuin University). 1 sheet of off-white newsprin (56x42 cm), printed recto/verso in red. Text and illustrations, text in Japanese, with occasional english words in latin letters. Issued by Nagata Hiroko and Takita Osamu.

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In the 60's/70's the Kansaigakuin University was the breading ground for student activism of various directions: Zenkyôtô, Zenagakujichi, Seikyô and Sekigun (Red Army, which was the most active). At the culmination point of the struggles it seems that the Red Army students had pressed the editorial office of the University newspaper to print this parody with the logo of the Red Army replacing the official logo and to place the name of the Red Army in large print on the front page. This was similar to the logo of the journal of the Japanese communist party Akahata (The Red Standard). Special issue on Drugs, Mind Liberating Plants, Green Revolution. (On the front page in capitals: Drug Freegras). Marijuana and LSD were the keywords for mental freedom, and here a guide is offered how to cultivate and fabricate it, and they advocate free distribution all over Japan. The picture of the love-making couple placed over a large image of a marihuhana leaf on the front page went too far for the authorities, the partciipants were arrested and the journal was forbidden.

[#15781]

SOMETHING ELSE GALLERY- POSTERS

VOSTELL: Poster for Exhibition DOGS AND CHINESE NOT ALLOWED. Exhibition of Notations and Erasures of the Happening at the Something Else Gallery, May, 28 through June 8th,1966. Opening of the Exhition May 27th…; Dé-coll/ages-Happening at 9:oo pm. WOLF VOSTELL. Printed in purple on off-white stock. Size (h/w) 54x75 cm, folded to 13x19 cm for mailing. Mint condition.

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Text by Vostell, with plan of the subway and one drawing. - The happening, which lasted 14 days, took place all over New York and used the entire subway network. On the backside a full list of publications distributed by Something Else Press for Typos Verlag such as Vostells Dé-coll/age nos 4 and 5, and others.

[#19169]

SOMETHING ELSE GALLERY- POSTERS

ANNOUNCEMENT POSTER: Announcing the Something Else Gallery, New York City. Poster on thick offwhite paper, 55,5 x 75,5 cm., folded to 18,5x 14 cm. Published by Something Else Press, Inc. "Object Poems" April 16th to April 27th, 1966. Opening: April 15th, 8:00 to 10:00 PM. Printed in green on lightly green tinted thick paper;very light soilaged and tiny chip to one corner, nevertheless a very good copy.

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With a listing of the artists: George Brecht, Robert Filliou, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Peter Green, Al Hansen, Dich Higgins, Diter Rot, Gertrunde Stein, Wolf vostell, Emmett Williams.

[#19095]

SOUNDINGS

Volumes 1-16 [Complete]. Sylmar, California : 1972-1990. First edition. 4to, various paginations. 16 numbers in 13 volumes. Some issues with individual titles. Title written ink to edge of text block of two issues, single small unobtrusive ink notation to the cover of one issue, but generally near fine to fine.

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Edited by Peter Garland, who started this following a workshop attended at California Arts Inst with Dick Higgins. Soundings was notable for reproducing scores, many from the composer's holograph. Number 13 is a special issue devoted to the music of James Tenney. With contributions across the numbers by Lou Harrison, Pauline Oliveros, Wolfgang Stoerchle, Harold Budd, James Tenney, Robert Ashley, Harry Partch, Dick Higgins, Philip Corner, Paul Bowles, Silvestre Revueltes, Guillermo Ceniceros, Steve Reich, and many others.

[#15338]

SPANNER

A set of 18 numbers: Nos. 2 - 14, 16, 17, 19, 20 (+ Supplement to no 20) , 21. February 1975 - April 1981.

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Published and edited by the Fluxus poet and artist Allen Fisher. Verse and found poetry from this artist, writer, and publisher. No. 14 American Strange: SIGNED and dated (1979) by author Porter to title page. - No. 2 Martin Thom ‘Ironwork’ - No. 3 Various artists ‘FLUXUS FLUXSHOE FLUXES’ - No. 4 David Miller ‘Developable Surfaces’ - No. 5 Ken Smith ‘Wasichi’ - No. 6 Bill Sherman ‘Frazier Ali, Licence to Dream’ and 'Like James Dean’ - No. 7 Various poets, artists, musicians (editor not named) ‘CRUST’ - No. 8 Phil Maillard ‘Keeping Still’ - No. 9 Dick Higgins and Eric Mottram ‘Call it ‘Something Else’’ and new work by Higgins - No. 10 John Welch ‘A Tale of Peter and other poems’ - No. 11 Clive Bush ‘Muriel Rukeyser: the poet as scientific biographer’ - No. 12 Colin Simms ‘Humility’ - No. 13 Eric Mottram ‘Elegy 15: Neruda’ - No. 14 Bern Porter ‘American Strange’ - No. 16 Kevin Power ‘Conversations with Michael McClure’ - No. 17 J. Christopher Jones ‘How my thoughts about design methods have changed’ - No. 19 (Together with 20)‘Speech Poetry’ issue, edited by Allen fisher incl. Paul Buck, Pierre Joris, Eric Mottram, Lawrence Upton, A.J. Bassett - No. 20 (Together with 19). E.E. Vonna-Michell ‘A Reinhold Placed Near’ - No. 21 Anthony Barnett ‘Forest Poems

[#19363]

STASH- File related to INTERNATIONAL CANNABIS LEGALIZATION

- STASH. Numbers 1-2 (all publ. ?). Legalize Cannabis Picnic. Saturday May 12th (1979?/1980?). Speakers Corner Hyde Park. Each issue 36 pages, 4to.; cover in red and green., no 2 b/w only. With stamp of Real Free Press Int. Text mimeographed. With many illustrations. - NORML: The Marijuana Issue. National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws. Washington. Pamphlet of 18 pages, stapled in wrappers. And a letter with official letterhead by Icar Administration Together with Marijuana,The Facts. Brochure Jan. 1979 -ICAR: Int. Cannabis Alliance for Reform. News letter. Together with Agenda for the "1st International Cannabis Legalization Conference. Amsterdam, Feb, 1980 (The Kosmos). -A Guide to British Psilocybin Mushrooms. By Richard Cooper. 1977. Hassle Free Press, 32 pages + wrappers.

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- Edited by the "Smokey Bears". All contributions under pseudonym (Bear). Much information on Marijuana, also many pictures and ddrawings. - Brief legal history of Marijuana; Marijuana Usage Today; Dangerous to use ? Legal options etc., Legal Cannabis Rally Hyde Park, Mau 10 (1980?). Documents of NORM and ICAR. Plus 4 issues of HOME GROWN with invoice on their Lettarhead Paper.

[#18662]

STEREO HEADPHONES

An occasional magazine of the new poetries.

Nos. 1, 2/3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8/10 (all published)., ALL (except no 1) in DE-LUXE EDITION OF 12 to15 COPIES (total edtion was ab. 500). Kersey, 'Church Steps', Spring 1969 - 1982. Original (partly illustrated) wrappers (8vo, expanding to 4to). With the record to number 8/10. Added: 2 letters from the editor (laid into no. 1).

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- No. 1: (24 pages + wrapper). With contributions by Stephen Bann, Thomas A.Clark, Dick Higgins, Anselm Hollo, Robert Lax, Edwin Morgan, B.P.Nichol, Jiri Valoch, Charles Verey, Pedro Xisto, Nicholas Zurbrugg- - No.2 & 3.Spring 1970. The new french poetries-The death of concrete. In-8 [14,5 X 23 cm.] [36] pages and 2 horstexts (incl. cover) signed by Nicholas Zurbrugg. One of 12 copies on handmade paper, this Number 3. Wiith 2 original poems, signed and numbered by Henri Chopin and one by Edwin Morgan.mprimés sur “hand made paper” - No.4. Spring, 1971. The poetry of sound/The sound of poetry In-8 [15,5 X 25 cm.] [36] pages and 1 horstexte. Signed by Nicholas Zurbrugg on wrapper. One of 15 copies on hand made paper” with a signed and numbered serigraphy by Raoul Hausmann. Copy No.2. -No. 5. Winter 1971.The next visuel & photo poetries of Japan In-8 [19,5 X 26 cm.] [36] pages and 3 hors-textes. Cover illustrated by Okasaki Katsuhiko, signed and numbered on back cover by Nicholas Zurbrugg. -One of 15 copies printed on “hand made paper” including a reversible work by Dom Sylvester Houedard, a poem by Ernst Jandl, a lihographs by Maurizio Nannucci, signed and numbered by the artists. This copy No.7. -No. 6. Summer 1974. The treated text In-8 [20X 27 cm.] [70] pages and 3 horstextes. Cover illustrated by a metro ticket picked-up by Gérard Vargas, glued to the front cover. Cover signed by Nicholas Zurbrugg. One of 15 copies on “hand made paper” with a reversible artwork, embroidery by Lourdes Castro of plexiglass, a serigraphy by Hans Richter, a poem by Edgardo Antonio Vigo, signed and numbered by the artists.Copy No.12. -No. 7. Spring 1976 In-8 [18,7 X 25,5 cm.] [56] pages and 3 orig horstextes (incl. cover) Cover illustrated by a photopoem by Kitasono Katué, signed and numbered by Nicholas Zurbrugg on the cover. This one of 15 copies on handmade paper imprimés sur “hand made paper” containing a photo poem in colour by Kitasono Katué, a handwritten poem by Robert Lax, a serigraphy by John Furnival. Signed and numbered by the artists. This copy No.1. -no 8/10 in the DE-LUXE EDITION Numbered 2/15 on special paper, signed by Nicholas Zurbrugg and a signed cut-out color photograph of Lourdes Castro, a signed Humument etching by Tom Phillips and a signed silkscreen print by Barry McCallion.

[#19487]

STREET WALL JOURNAL.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). New York, 13 May 1970-21 May 1970. 3 broadside posters,folio size, printed on recto only.

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Broadside journal distributed free of charge asmurals by Committee to Defend the Panther 21, for students in New York in support of their protest strikes against the War in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. Also for the liberation of Bobby Seale and other members of the Black Panthers. Later the movement spread further to intellectuals in the "Art worker's coalition, NYU film, school of Visual Art, Pratt institute".... Together with a Poster Free New University Conference. New York, 15 June1970. In folio.

[#17909]

TECHNE

A PROJECTS AND PROCESS PAPER. Published in New York.(Experiments in Art and Technology, E.A.T.)

Volume 1 Nos.1-2 (all publ.). New York, Experiments in Art and Technology, April 14, 1969 - November 6, 1970. 12 pp. each. Folded tabloïds. 39×27,5 cm. (12); (12) pp. Illustrated. First issue folded one additional time. Excellent copies.

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The only two issues published of this spin-off from E.A.T.’s exhibition activities. Published by Billy Klüver. Layout by Tom Gormley. Contributions include: "The Pavillion" by Billy Klüver, (on the Pepsi pavillion of Expo '70), Fujiko Nakay (Making of Fog or low-hanging stratus cloud) , Interview with Claes Oldenburg, Experiments in Art and Technology (Brooklyn Museum), Naum Gabo (Kinetic sculpture), Max Neuhaus and Ted Wolff Interview, Niels Young, and Project, Artists in India, etc. Rare complete.

[#18710]

THIS IS NOT HERE

Yoko ONO and JohnLENNON Guest Artists at Everson Museum of Art,

Syracuse: Everson Museum of Art, 1971. Tabloid size catalogue (42 x 55,2 cm), 12 pages, illustrated throughout. Design George Maciunas. Catalogue shaped as a newsppaper. 1971 Syracus/NY. Everson Museum of Art. 55x42cm, folded once. Illustrated. 12 pp. Fine.

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Fluxus inspired exhibition catalog of Ono's works. Poster for the event on one cover. 1971. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Everson Museum from October 9 – 27, 1971. Mostly reproducing newspaper clippings about exhibitions and reproducing exhibition announcements, small comics and drawings by Yoko Ono. The rear wrapper, which doubles as the exhibition poster, features a sequence where the couple’s faces were typographically morphed from one to the other, images that would later be used on the labels for “Happy Xmas (War is Over)” and “Some Time in New York City.” This retrospective exhibition at the Everson’s ‘was nearly closed when it was besieged by excited Beatles fans, who broke several of the art pieces and flooded the toilets.’

[#11287]

TIRADE

Years 1-47 (= nos. 1-402). Amsterdam, 1957-2003. Original wrappers.

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Literary and artistic monthly, founded and ed. by G. van Oorschot, with R. Nieuwenhuis, R. Campert, G. v.h. Reve, A. Morriën, Jessurun d'Oliveira, A. Nuis, a.o. Contribs. by the most important authors of the period and ills. (incl. many lithogr. cover ills.) by Herman Berserik, Nico Wijnberg, Chagall, de Chirico, Herman Gordijn, Metten Koornstra, Melle, Han Mes, Jan Peeters, Yrrah, etc.

[#19375]

TOTAL METAL (TÖTAL METAL)

Artist’s publication. Curated by Richard Phillips. Publisher: Simon Watson, New York, NY. nd [1990] Black offset print on white and color paper. Staple bound. Very good condition. Two staple holes near top left binding. 11 x 8.5” Unpaginated [92 pages]

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…"...to examine the ways in which contemporary artists have used, or have been influenced by, the Heavy Metal industry."... Contributions by: A. Agerbeek, Axel, A. Bickerton, K. Burckhart, J. Currin, J. Decter, J. Diamond, C. Donegan, A. Perlstein, T. Henry III, M. Kelley, D. Kloster, D. Kraker, B. Krasner, D. Trebitz, S. Landers, R. Lee, D. Levine, Lip Service LA, K. Lum, P. Martori, A. Morgana, V. Muniz, P. Nagy, C. Ostendarp, K. Landers, J. Otterson, R. Pettibone, P. Pockock, R. Pruitt, J. Early, A. Rockman, G. Simmons, D. Stoller, J. Watchel, and C. Wilder.

[#11407]

UBU

Nos. 1-7/8 (all publ.?). Milano, dic. 1970 - giugno/luglio 1971. Original wrappers folio. Ills.

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Director: Franco Quadri. Together 6 issues (no. 5/6 & 7/8 are double-issues) of 24pp. each, richly illustrated. Contribs. on American underground, film, theatre, feminism, popmusic, a.o. Articles incl.: 'Dopo l'Underground' (Calendario dell'underground e della rabbia-New American Cinema anno 70-Rivoluzione è teatro per la strada-Comics and Stories by Crumb); 'Brecht antibrecht'; 'Ginsberg a Chicago'; 'Liberazione Femminile' / 'Gay Power'; 'Rapporto Viet-Marijuana'; 'Manson Innocente?'; 'L'Era dell'Acquario'; 'Rock Power'(Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan); '12 modi di fare teatro', etc. Contribs. by (a.o.) Giuliano Scabia, Gianni Buttafava, Franco Cavallone, Fernanda Pivano, Jerome Savary, Marisa Rusconi.

[#19110]

UPFRONT.

a Journal of Activist Art (originally 1ST ISSUE. Published by PADD. Political Art Documentation/Distribution.

Numbers 1-14/15. Complete Set including the Winter 1986-7 Supplement Concrete Crisis. New York, February 1981-Winter 1986/87 (all published, first 2 issues under the title "1st ISSUE".). Very good,near mint condition; some issues with very small library stamp, 1 issue with mailing label on the back. Starts with issues of 18, resp 16 pages, gradually enlarging to 84 pafges in coloured covers.

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Edited by Lucy Lippard and Miriam Borofsky, Elizabeth Kulas, PAD/D Political Art Documentation and Distribution. Dynamic journal of the artist's and artworker's activist group PADD, documenting in words and images subversive cultural activities of the Reagan & Bush years. Texts and illustrations by Lucy Lippard, Nancy Angelo, Susan McCarn, A panel discussion on Art, Ideology and Education with Carol Duncan, Dan Newman,Tim Rollins, Ira Shor, Hans Haacke and others. Publication is irregular, as folows: 1st Issue #1 February 1981; 1st Issue #2 May-June 1981; Upfront #3 Dec/Jan 1981; Upfront #4 Feb/March 1982; Upfront #5 February 1983; Upfront #6-7 Summer 1983; Upfront #8 Winter 1983-4; Upfront #9 Fall 1984; Upfront #10 Fall 1985; Upfront #11 Winter 1985-86; Upfront #12-13 Winter 1986-7; Upfront Special Exhibition Supplement Concrete Crisis: Urban Images of the 80s Winter 1986-7; Upfront #14/15 Winter Spring 1987-88. Contribs. incl. o.a. Charles Frederick, Margia Kramer, Irving Wexler, Anne Meiman, Keith Christensen, Lucy Lippard, Anne Pitrone, Stuart Garber. Covers by: Doug Ashford, Rachael Romero, Roberto Clemente, Jerry Kearns, Anton van Dalen, a.o. Articles incl.: Hispanic Art from Outrage; Cuban photopgraphy; Art against Apartheid; Not for Sale, The East Village Art Scene and the Lower East Side; Native American, Black and White Artists in search of democracy; no. 12/13 incl. "Concrete Crisis": Urban Images of the '80s (an exhibition of Street / Gallery Posters). First two issues entitled: '1st Issue'; the last double-issue subtitled: A Journal of Activist Art. '....P.A.D. is a left-to-socialist artists' resource and networking organization coming out of and into New York City. Our goal is to provide artists with an organized relationship to society, to demonstrate the political effectiveness of image making ....'

[#12177]

Ben VAUTIER

La Signature. Art is a question of signature.

Atelier Laage, Saint Paul de Vence (1975). 9 silkscreens (8 on board, 1 on clear plastic), loose in printed cloth over linen back and corners portfolio with ties. Portfolio: 25, 1 x 32,8 cm; silkscreens: 23, 3 x 31,7 cm each (2 silkscreens with very tiny foxing spots, otgherwise in fine condition.)l

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No. 41 of 80 numbered copies, and with the justification and the publisher's mark stamped on the inside of the portfolio's front cover. All silkscreens, except the one on clear plastic, have the justification stamped on reverse and the publisher's mark blind stamped. The back cover bears the following text by the artist: "Pour changer l'art il faut changer l'homme/ pour changer l'homme il faut changer l'ego/ mais l'ego ne pourra changer/ que le jour ou l'homme ne signera plus"

[#14277]

Ben VAUTIER

FOURRE TOUT.

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Organised, assembled and distributed by Ben (VAUTIER) et Annie in Nice (rue Tondutti-de-l'Escarene), No. 1 dated 1967; No. 2 dated 4 mai 1967. From an edition of 250 numbered copies. "Fourre Tout parait independamment de Tout, pas de numero de tete, pas de numeros de luxe, cent cinquante expedies en service de presse, cent en vente. Fourre Tout pourra contenir selon le numero: un billet de 100 F, une cigarette, une idee, pas d'idee…ou un chat mort, c.a.d. absolument n'importe quoi". Contributions include items from: Daniel Spoerri, Dieter Rot, Henri Chopin, George Brecht, Jean Tinguely, Paul Armand Gette, Ben Vautier, Ray Johnson, Robert Erebo, Andre Thomkins, Takahisha Kosugi, Marcel Alocco, Lourdes Castro, Daniel Buren, Parmentier & Torini, Daniel Biga, Milan Knizak, Tomas Schmit, Eric Anderson, Rene Bertholo, Karl Gerstner, F. Arrabal, Maurice Lemaitre, Hugo Nespolo a.o.

[#15332]

Ben VAUTIER

A p'art. Va de retro puntura! - Nice, Garage 103, 1977. 30 x 21 cm ; 24 pages stapled in llustrated covers (internally fine, cover slight soilage). With ills.and photographs. Rare.

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The first (and only) number of a magazine of Ben, directed by Olivier Garcin. Opens with "Citations á propos de l'art (Cravan,Picabia)", followed by the editorial article: A propos de a p'art by Ben, followed by A propos de a p'art, with a half blank page with the name of the reader (Olivier Garcin) leaving space for his comments. Contributions by J.J.Sweeney (Interview with Duchamp), Sempé cartoons), Amiard, Kosuth, Ray Johnson, Alain Roussel, Guillaumon, John Lathan, Peter Hutchinson, Christian Boltanski, Olivier Mosset, Henry Flynt. Bernard Venet, and several articles by Ben Vautier, also Ben et Maccaferri.

[#15595]

Ben VAUTIER

GALERIE BEN DOUTE DE TOUT PRESENTE.

GALERIE BEN DOUTE DE TOUT PRESENTE. 32, Rue Tondutti-de-l'Escarène. Nice, 06. Orig. Wrappers, with very light moisture waving ; 9 sheets, mimeographed on one side,stapled in brown kraft paper with text in black,. Ben 8 Octobre 1967.

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First sheet by Ben 8 Octobre 1967, on Theatre, Musique, Happening, Lárt Total, Les Createurs, and th following pages all dealing with music, performances, composers, etc. by Ben.

[#17095]

Ben VAUTIER

(Poster)

For nine directions in Art, Amsterdam, Gallerie Amstel 47 [printer: Arts Graphiques - Nice], 1964 (November); 55x38,5 cm. Poster printed in offset, black on light beige paper.

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Published at the occasion of the second personal exhibition (Amsterdam, Gallerie Amstel 47, 25 november 23 - 12 december 1964).

[#17900]

Ben VAUTIER

L’objet du délit. No. 1, 2000 (all publ?). Nice [1999] 29,5×21 cm. (32) pp. Illustrated. Printed on newsprint, loose, not stapled. A very good copy

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[#19398]

Ben VAUTIER.

OPEN TOUT AND CLOSE NOTHING.

Merino donne Carte Blanche à Ben. (1968). A long strip of paper measuring 16 x 251 Cm, folded 30 times to measure 8,5 x 16 cm, printed b/w recto/verso, with texts and photo illustrations, kept in (original?) clear plastic pouch.

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Issue no. 4 "Open Tout and Close Nothing". (Ben Vautier's new version of his magazine. The look of the magazine has now changed from the shape of a book to a long roll of paper). "Après la parution d'open no. 3 j'ai pensé quíl serait intéressant, pour qu'Open soit chaque fois différant, de sonner carte blanche à quelquún dáutre pour chaque numéro. C'est ce qui est arrivé, Voici donc Open No. 4, rédigé par Ben. Qui sait le procchain sera peut'etre fait par mon garagiste ?" « Ecrit en mai. On se bat à Paris, j' entends penser Lebel, Jouffroy, Levêque, Guy Debord, etc. ».

[#18521]

VDRSVPVDRSVP

[Numbers 1-3 all published with the Madison WI Underground Newspaper KALEIDOSCOPE]. 1969 . July 4-17, Aug. 29 - Sept. 11, and n.d. Nova Broadcast, 1969.(San Francisco (Athens, New York, Cologne,LA, Paris,Mannheim : Nova Broadcast Press). Rare copies of these fragile broadsides, in very good condition.

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Broadsides distributed as supplements to Kaleidoscope. Edited By Norman Ogue Mustill and Jan Jacob Herman. Single sheets, folded up to three times. Printed front and back in a 7-column newpaper format, with photocompositions. No. 1: Contains Burroughs (The Moving Times), Weissner ( Death TV) , Nanos Valaoritis (The story of Scroloboulopoulos) along with work by Mary Beach, Alan Ansen and the editors. This was inserted into the second section of the July 4-17 issue of the Madison WI Underground Newspaper KALEIDOSCOPE. No. 2: 'We pick up where the hen leaves off. .An investment in the smell of rotten eggs". Contributions by Carl Solomon (War), A. Rooney & S. Beiles (Collectors corner), Alan Ansen (Professor Joe, a candidate for the presidency), N.O.Mustill (2 photocollages), Wolf Vostell ( Four Instant Happenings,1968 and a serigraph), J.J.Herman (collage), Jochen Gerz (photocomposition), Carl Weisner (photocomposition), Allen Ginsberg, James Silver, Carl Weissner, Harold Norse, and several others. This issue probably published as Broadsheet, inserted into the second section of the July Aug. 29 - Sept. 11 issue of the Milwaukee (Wisconsin) underground newspaper Kaleidoscope. A third issue was published Nova Broadcast, 1969. No. 3:Nr. 3: "Artists all/find a dark corner/sit down/place youyr right calf on back of neck/place left calf on right shin/and suck+++weather/zonk". " An army of technicians stand vehind our product". The third and last issue of the artists' periodical, with contributions from the editors, Herman (A dangerous opiate) ; Carl Weisner (Stasis Inc.); Jeff Nuttal (drawing), N.O.Mustill( photocomposition, The Vietnam Question); Wolf Vostell (Miss America, photocomposition); Jochen Gerz (Theory of mobile texts); Alison Knowles (The big book, phtocomposition); Claude Pelieu; Sinclair Beiles (Notes from a tour); J.J.Lebel (Erotic traveller); , Carl Solomon (The adventures of Zig-Zag), and Gail Chiarello Dusenberry, Nanos Valaoritis. Nova Broadcast, 1969.

[#19062]

Aat VELDHOEN (Bart HUGES)

Print Bart Huges.

Early rotaprint by Aad Veldhoen of BART HUGES with bandaged head with blood along his cheeks, after performing the self trepanation. 13,7x 167,3. Signed in pencil and numbered 2/10. RARE.

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[#19061]

SIMON VINKENOOG

Dossier Simon Vinkenoog from the Archive of journalist Henk J. Meier, documenting Vinkenoog and the Drugs scene in Amsterdam - a) Flyer for a Teach In !!! "Openbaar debat over de middelen Marihu, amphetamine, L.S.D. (..) met Robert Jasper Grootveld en Simon Vinkenoog." Zaterdag 4 Dec.1965 Roneotyped in blue23,5 x 32 cm. folded. - b) Documents on the person of Simon Vinkenoog: photograph by Tom Weerheijm of Vinkenoog, . 18 x 13 cm. Flyer Images du Paradis (Vinkenoog and Opland)" and 1 for Paradiso copy of Marriage act and photograph of Vinkenoog with Reineke Offprint Ons Amsterdam, newspaper clipping NRC, + 2 others - c) "Wat ze zeggen. Eigen en andermans teksten. - Arcadia Pers, Bloemendaal, februari 1964. "(uitverkocht; 120 exemplaren voor intekenaren)" Stencilled typoscript; 7 sheets + 3 sheets, stapled, with texts about drugs (in dutch) by (i.a.) Ginsberg en William S. Burroughs. 34 x 21,5 cm. - d) NCRV-tv script Marihuana. Nederlands Film Persbureau, Henk J. Meier, 1965. Together with a typed interview with met Vinkenoog. (all in dutch) - e) two typoscrpt letters each 3 pages from Tobias Ritman to Simon Vinkenoog. - f) typed retrospect of Rob Stolk

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[#19234]

Simon VINKENOOG - OPEN HET GRAF

Happening (December 1962) organised by Melvin CLAY, Frank STERN & Simon VINKENOOG

Vintage poster: Original poster on light-yellow paper of a higher grammage than used for the regular edition (which was printed on lighter paper and mostly folded to A4 size). This is probably a proofprint. 57,5x41 cm. Simon Vinkenoog used the backside to schedule the content of his book ‘Weergaloos’ (1968 Hilversum, Paul Brand) and mounted three pages typoscript – overworked with corrections in manuscript – on the backside (the third page has partly been ripped off). Unfolded, with minor tears and pinholes. TOGETHER WITH Original program booklet. Open het graf. A Homage (sic) to the Dead, A Warning to the Living.Wereld (world) Premiere Necrofilie Bi-lingual Multi-national Happening, Amsterdam 1962 (9 December 1962, Prinsengracht 146). 22p. 30:22 cm. Mimeographed on pink, green and white paper with blind front and back cover in gold card, stapled on topside with 3 staples (one still in place), Edition of 50 copies. With contributions by Simon Vinkenoog, Rijk van Bentum, Melvin Clay, Jan Cremer, Robert Jasper Grootveld, Bart Huges, Jean-Jacques Lebel (Ambassador of Catastrophe), Jean-Pierre Moulin, Frank Stern, Cornelis Bastiaan Vaandrager and Simon Vinkenoog. Stapled, with two out of three staples missing. Complete copy, including the publicity insert of ‘De Bezige Bij’. In very good condition.

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The poster accompanied by the very rare PROGRAM: (Simon Vinkenoog) of this Happening. - Programme of Open het graf! 9.12.62. Stapled sheets with title in handwriting, complete: Title Open Het Graf: A Hommage to the Dead, a Warning to the Living: Wereld (world) Premiere Necrofilie Bi-lingual Multi-national Happening, Amsterdam 1962 (9 December 1962, Prinsengracht 146). Authors Simon Vinkenoog, Rik van Bentum, Melvin Clay, Frank Stern, Robert Jasper Grootveld, Bart Hugues, Bezige Bij G.A. Published 1962 Length 22 Pages: stencilled/mimeographed on one side on varying coloured paper, in gold-coated card, front and back cover present, but staples from the top removed (possibly after an exhibition to show all sheets individually.) On the top cover: title in pencil handwritten "Copyright Simon Vinkenoog 1962, voor de 3/4". - The Happening was a parody inspired by the charity event "Open het Dorp"by Mies Bouwman in junction with death of Princess Wilhelmina and the funeral in the Royal Tomb. There was an improvised art project with a shrine for Marilyn Monroe.

[#15433]

W(olf) VOSTELL

Fandango. Environments.

Milano, multhipla edizioni [1975]. 4to. 56 unnumbered pages (glossy paper interspersed with printed transparancies). Orig.wrps. (Signed copy, 12/50)

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Exhibition catalogue with many, partly colour illustrations. This copy annotated by Vostell, with one photo-page heightened in red and black gouache and signed by Vostell. At the end of the catalogue 4 images were pasted over and replaced by new images.

[#19452]

Wolf VOSTELL

Environments / Happenings 1958-1974. 1974 Paris, Editions du Chene, First edition, one of 500 numbered copies with a numbered and signed serigraphy by Vostell laid in, 276p. 25:31 cm. Original binding with dustcover. Fine.

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First edition, deluxe issue. One of five hundred numbered copies with an original serigraph by Vostell , signed and numbered by him in pencil.

[#15434]

VOSTELL - Rainer WICK:

Vostell soziologisch.Eine Studie von Rainer Wick.

75 pages printed on one side in coloured original wrapper by Wolf Vostell. Bonn, Rainer Wick, 1969. 4to. WITH AN UNUSED STRIP OF CHEWING GUM (Wrigley's Fruit) mounted by Vostell ont he front cover. Limted ed. of 150 copies.

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First edition. No. 12 of the copies signed and numbered by Vostell. Also a handwritten dediction to Hans Sohm by Rainer Wick (signed).