Photography, Film



Issue 00 11. Hollywood, CA: Arkitip, 2001. One of 500 copies hand-numbered on the front wrapper, this being copy no.126. Quarto; illustrated wrappers; 80pp; illus. Light wear to rear wrapper, else very Near Fine, lacking the original unprinted polybag. Together with the original insert: 8 Kimpsons trading cards designed by KAWS, each measuring 9,5x7,5cm,wrapped in printed wax paper with circular seal; small creases to wrapping paper, seal present but obviously opened; cards uniformly Fine.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by KAWS (a.k.a. Brian Donnelly). Early issue of this highly-regarded art and culture magazine, typically produced in small numbers with creative packaging and design by artists of greater and lesser renown. Cover and insert by KAWS, together with an interview and photo spread by the guerilla street artist-turned-gallery darling. The insert cards feature 8 images of his "Kimpsons" canvas series on rectos; versos feature an 8-part black and white image of one of his early vinyl KAWS Companion toys. With contributions by Terry Richardson, Angela Boatwright, Yogi Procter and others. A highly sought-after issue, sold out upon publication



Years 1-(27). Amsterdam, Geillustreerde Pers, 1965-1992. Folio; a set in the original pictorial wrappers, unbound. Very good condition.

EUR 3,500.00

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The trend-setting monthly in this period in The Netherlands. Fashion, interior decoration, art, design, literature and literary criticism, etc.; contributions by the leading contemporary Dutch authors and artists; particularly important for the photographic ills. by photographers like Ed v.d. Elsken, Paul Huf, Boudewijn Neuteboom, Oscar van Alphen, Kees Scherer, Eddy Posthuma de Boer, Bart van Leeuwen. Other contribs. include J.H. Donner, Hugo Claus, Jan Cremer, Mulisch, Hermans, v.h. Reeve, Renate Rubinstein, Annie M.G. Schmidt, Cees Nooteboom, Wim Hora Adema, Dimitri Frenkel Frank, Harriet Freezer, Wim de Bie, Bert Voeten, Bertus Aafjes, A. de Swaan, etc. (Publication went on till 1995, when the magazine folded; our set lacks the May issue of 1992 only).



Blad van EVA

Year 1 nos 1-5 (complete).Amsterdam, 1988- May 1989. 35x28 cm, 36 pages each. Discoloration of front and back cover of number 2, number 5 has some folds in the upper right front cover corner.

EUR 800.00

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Feminist Erotic photomagazine. Editor: Leonie Geefkens. Contributions by WILLEM DE RIDDER (lay-out), Frederice van Faassen, Peter Giele, Yvonne Kroonenberg, Ellen Schippers, Rob Scholte, Arno Hintjes, Hans van Maanen, Simon Vinkenoog, Joost Zwagerman, Loes Luca,; fotografie in zwart wit; m.m.v. o.a. Marlo Broekmans, Riet Corveleyn, Peter Giele, Henk ter Kulve, Lian Ong, Betty Paërl, Maud Vink, Joost Zwagerman en Johan Suttorp; and many more. .



Tweemaandelijkse uitgave.

Year 1 nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Amsterdam, 1969-1970. Original wrappers, tall small 4to, 20 x 33 cm. (No. 1 with light damage to upper part of the spine, otherwise a very good, near fine set).

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Remco Campert, Geertjan Lubberhuizen & Rudy Koopmans. Contribs.: W.F. Hermans, H. Claus, H. Verhagen, Willem (B.Holtrop), W. van Malsen, Elsa Botenbauwer, B. van Garrel, S. Vinkenoog, J.B. Charles, Jerzy Kosinski, Ischa Meijer, etc.; photos by Ed v.d. Elsken (most covers and inside several nude pictures), Posthuma de Boer, P. de Lussanet, a.o.



No. 00 (=No. 1 of Pre-Blow) and Nos.1 - 14 Dublin, 2010 - 2014/15. (41,5x29,5 cm, the zero-issue 2 cm.taller). In the original photographically illustrated wrappers, fine.

EUR 500.00

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Editor: Agata Stoinska. BLOW Projects is about bringing people together around totem of photography. Artists, Enthusiasts and Collectors engaged in creative exchange. The platforms we provide include exhibitions, workshops as well as digital experiences. Contributions by Julia Fullerton-Batten, Deirdre Brennan, Aleksandra Katuza, Derek Brunell, etc.



Numbers 1-3 (all publ.). . London (UK), Cinema Rising Ltd. 1972. Tabloid, unpaginated. Very good, almost mint set.

EUR 1,100.00

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Ed. Tony Rayns. The first issue: The Naked Lunch on Film ?, background to Third World Cinema Film Festival, Film in Belfast; Cannes '72; Directory of Independent Film Makers; interview with Antony Balch (maker of "Towers Open Fire", "The Cut Ups", and "Bill & Tony"), and features stills of William Burroughs from "Towers Open Fire". Interview with Donald Cammell, incl. stills from "Performance" and a photo of the director with James Fox in Powis Square. Photos of Kenneth Anger at work; cover photo of Joe Dallesandro; etc. Number 2: Hitchcock's Frenzy, interviews with Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut, etc. Number 3 with an interview with Mike Hodges; reviews of Warhol movies shown at Cannes; Fellini's "Roma"; Hitchcock; "Fritz the Cat"; back page ad. for "A Clockwork Orange".



London Film Makers Co-operative.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). London, (n.d.,1968)- Spring 1969. 20 pages (incl. 2 full page illustration on coloured stock), glued in the spine between pictorial wrappers; 16 pages stapled in brown paper wrappers, with screenprint illustration; 32 pages, stapled selfwrappers.

EUR 1,500.00

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Rare complete set: Editor: Philip Crick, Arwork: Lawrie Moore; Production: Bob Cobbing. The LFMC was led by Harvey Matusow, Paul Francis, Bob Cobbing. A platform for imaginative writing on and around the theme of contemporary cinema . 'We aim to go beyond the thought-barriers of the cultural glossies... ' Articles by Pier Pasolini, Jonas Mekas, Simon Hartog, Malcolm LeGrice, Steve Dwoskin, Michael Snow, i, Raymond Durgnat, Ron Geesin, Jonas Mekas, Tjebbe van Tijen, W. Breuker, Pier Paolo Pasolini, etc.



A group of 6 issues published by POOL, Territet. Present are the followingissues: Vol.II - No 6, June 1928: Vol. III No. 2, August 1928; Vol. V No. 1, July 1929; Vol. V No. 4, October 1929; Vol. V No. 5, November 1929 and Vol. VI No. 1, January 1930. Covers (some with pasted-on photographs) preserved, some spines lightly damaged. Inside some browning, but overal good codition..

EUR 350.00

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The Only Magazine Devoted to Films as an Art. Edited by K. Mecpherson, assisted editor: Bryher.



Nos. 1-12 (of Année 1-2). Paris, nov. 1936-févr. 1937. Bound in one vol., original illustrated wrappers preserved; folio; illustrated.

EUR 360.00

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Issues of 32 pages each with pictorial covers and numerous photographs of the 'jet-set' of these days. Contributions by and features on: Georges Simenon ( la retraite, le commissaire Maigret), Kiki de Montparnasse, Marlène Dietrich (Mon Fantôme), Al Brown, Ray Ventura, Marcel Achard, Paul Santo, Grock le Clown, Kisling (peintre), Joan Warner, Charles Boyer, Jean Cocteau, André Maurois, Ullmo, Suzy Solidor, Marcel Prévost, etc.



Revista de Teatro e Musica.

Nos. 1-53/54 (all published). Lisbon, Sept. 1922-July/Aug. 1927. Original pictorial wrappers, paper rather brittle (few spines & front-covers loose and some marginal damages; some with repais). Lacks 6 nos. Illustrated. 8vo & 4to.

EUR 400.00

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Ed. by Mario Duarte. Monthly on theatre and music-halls in Lisbon during the 20s; each issuecontains in addition to articles and citics on artists and performances a complete script.. Text in 2 columns. Interesting advertising sections. Nos. 43-53/54 also numbered as Series 2: nos. 1-11/12. Nos. 37-42 are lacking.



A Photography Quarterly

Nos. 1-20 (all published). Tokyo, Photo-Planete, 1990-1995. Large quarto, thick issues in stiff pictorial wrappers, mint condition.

EUR 3,000.00

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Edited by I(a.o.) Izawa Kohtaro, Sawada Yoko; art directors: Komagata Katsumi, Tsuchiya Naohisa, Kawahata Naomichi. Beautifully designed and impeccably produced Japanese photo magazine. No.1. Cover photo by Kurigami Kazumi. Theme: l'oeil de déjà-vu (Moriyama Daido a.o.). No.2. Cover photo by Tahara Keiichi. Theme: le théâtre de la mode (Jan Saudek a.o.). No.3. Theme: travel documents (Wim Wenders a.o.). No.4. Araki Nobuyoshi a.o. No.5. South (Minato Chihiro a.o.). No.6. Front and back covers: Kurata Seiji. Theme: Documentary Photography Today (Jane Evelyn Atwood, Martin Parr a.o.). No.7. Front cover: Emmet Gowin. Theme: Landscape and Silence (Emmet Gowin a.o.). No.8. Dedicated to Gocho Shigeo. No.9. Theme: Private Life (Nan Goldin a. o.). No.10 features Robert Mapplethorpe and Araki Nobuyoshi (Images of Girls). No.11 features Inose Kou and Frederick Sommer. No.12 features Yasui Nakaji and the 1930s, Touhami Ennadre. No.13 features Larry Clark and Sebastião Salgado. No.14 on The 'Provoke'Era; Anselm Kiefer. No.15. Tokyo Diaries, Philip-Lorca DiCorcia. No.16 Louis Faurer; Photography and Obscenity. No.17 Furuya Seiichi; August Sander. No.18 New Tokyo Photographers (Kasai Chikashi, Konno Kumiko, Kanemura Osamu, Yoshino Erika, Nagashima Yurie, Nomura Sakiko). No.19 Bauhaus Photography (Yamawaki Iwao a.o.). No.20 Araki Nobuyoshi and the 'I Novel'



Nos. 1-3 (all published). Köln, 1985-1989. 40x26 cm., (No. 3: 30x24,5 cm.), stapled, 76pp, 84pp and 108pp.

EUR 1,200.00

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Published by the Monika Sprüth Galerie in Cologne, which focussed strongly on female artists and feminist art. Edited by Monika Sprüth, Jutta Koether, Karen Marta, photography and illustrations in b/w and colour. Includes: Barbara Kruger, Annette Messager, Cindy Sherman, Susan Hiller, Ulrike Rosenbach, Nancy Spero, Meret Oppenheim, Rosemarie Trockel, Jenny Holzer, Dorine Mignot, Eva Meyer, Louise Bourgeois, Barbara Bloom, Hanne Darboven, Sophie Calle a.o.



Revue de mode et de photographie.

Numbers 0 and 1-17. Paris, 1977-2014. Original issues as published. (Together 29 physical issues as the last 6 are in 2 volumes each, and Number 3 is missing). Unbound,b/w printing on heavy white stock, 40x30cm. No. 0 mai 1977, No. 1 novembre 1977, No. 2 décembre 1977, No. 4 mai-juin 1979, No. 5 1982 (lacks 8 leaves,4 pages), No. 6 1982, No. 7 1983, No. 8 - Ava Gardner - 1984 No. 9 - Richard Avedon - 1985, No. 10 - Andy Warhol - 1987, No. 11 - Isabelle Adjani - 1989, No. 12 - Tome 1 : Yannick Noah - tome 2 : Glucksman - 1992, No. 13 - Tome 1: Uma Thurman - tome 2 : Le Cirque du Soleil - 1996 No. 14 - Tome 1: Gérard Depardieu- tome 2: Soeur Emmanuelle. No. 15- Tome 1: Natalia Vodianova (faint fold front cover, small stain, but otherwisevery good).- tome 2: Bernard-Henri Lévy. No. 16(2011)- Tome 1: Keira Knightly -tome 2: Jasmes Thierrée (small chip lower corner back cover,otherwise fine) No. 17 (2014) - Tome 1: Cate Blanchett- tome 2. Golsifteh Farahani

EUR 5,000.00

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French "Cult" photography journal on large size, luxuriously produced, very nicely printed on large paper (40 x 30 cm). We offer a near complete set (lacking only no 3). Very rare, in particular with the Zero number. Founded by Gérard-Julien Salvy. Directrice Nicol Wisniak. Financed by advertising of the great brands of perfume, jewelry, watches and fashion. With the contribution of famous photographers (Helmut Newton, Richard Avedon, Bettina Rheims, etc.), on full page in black and white. With literary contributions by Marguerite Duras, Cioran, Françoise Sagan, William Styron, Jean d'Ormesson, Michel Tournier, Bernard-Henri Lévy, François Nourissier, etc. Nº 0 mai 77: Jean-Edern Hallier, Loulou de la Falaise, Matthieu Carriere, M. Cholodenko, Ph. Solliers, M. Lassance, J.-A. Leger, P. Eudeline, L. Catelli, Fr. Hardy, S. Gainsbourg, C. Chatmet, B. Jacquot. Nº 1. novembre 77: Andy Warhol - Regine, Francois Mitterand - G. Saint-Bris, Tan Giudiceli, Jean-Edern Hallier, Serge Gainsborg. Nº 2. décember 77: Mick Jagger - Jodie Foster, Jorge-Luis Borges - G. St. Bris, Hubert de Givenchy, Yvette Horner - Ingrid Caven, Philippe Sollers - Patrice Chereau. Nº 4 Mai-Juin 79: Jean-Paul Sarte, Edgar Faure, Joseph Losey, Gloria Swanson, Helmut Newton, Madame Gres, Jean Verame, Tom Wolfe Nimen II, Madame Paulette. Nº 5: Isabelle Adjani, Samuel Beckett, Indire Gandhi, Arthur Rubinstein, Karl Lagerfeld, Dalida, Gore Vidal, Sonia Delauney, Olivier De Kersauzon, Éric Rohmer, Maurice Rheims, Pascal Greggory, Emanuel Ungaro, Pincemin, Marc Cholodenko, Alice Springs Nº 6: Emile Aillaud, Ricardo Bofill - Claire Bretecher, Roger Corbeau - Clio Goldsmith, Roy Lichtenstein - André Lwoff, Lisa Lyon - Andrzej Zulawski, Abris anti-atomiques, Exposition Universelle 1989. Nº 7: Mikhaïl Baryshnokov, Caroline Grimaldi, Simone Veil, William Styron, Général Bigeard, Chalotte Rampling, Angelo Rinaldi, Jean-Jaques Beineix, Gae Aulenti, Elsa Schiapareli, Jean-Pierre Changeux, Brassaï, Yves Saint Laurent, Françoise Sagan. Nº 8 AVA GARDNER, Norman mailer, Margaret Thatcher, Ieoh Ming Pëi, Maurice Pialat, Valérie Kaprisky, Caroline Gimaldi, Lawrence Durell, Inès de la Fressange, Pina Bausch, Helmut Newton. Nº 9 RICHARD AVEDON, Helmut Newton, Françoise Sagan, David Hockney, Philip Johnson, Jrean d’Ormesson, Bernard Frank, Michel Tournier, Françoise Verny, Alive Springs, Catherine Deneuve, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Raïssa Garbatchev, Caroline Grimaldi, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Jacques Chirac, Drew Barrymore, Philippe Grumbach. Nº 10: ANDY WARHOL, Federico Fellini, Liliane Bettencourt, Françoise Sagan, Helmut Newton, Chet Baker, Patrice Chéreau, Sigourney Weaver, Kark Lagerfeld, Marguerite Duras, Jean-Paul Goude, Bettina Rheims, Brassaï, E.M. Cioran, Raymond Barre, Julian Schnabel, Richard Avedon, Yves Saint Laurent, Jeanne Moreau, Robert Evans, Ivo Pogorelich, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Bernard Frank, Betrand Poirot-Delpech, Philippe Grumbach. Nº 11: ISABELLA ADJANI, Marella Agnelli, Richard Avedon, Milhaïl Gorbatchev, David Lynch, Twyla Tharp, Guy Bourdin, Samuel Beckett, Francis Bacon, Jorge Luis Borges, Françoise Sagan, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Bernard Frank, Angelo Rinaldi. Nº 12 - Tome I: YANNICK NOAH, Patrice Chéreau, Lady Di, Antoine Gallimard, Sylvie Guillem, Saul Steinberg, Stepahnie Seymour, Eimuntas Nakrosius, Bruna Nuytte, Marguerite Duras, Oson Welles, André Glucksmann, Richard Avedon, Peter Handke, Elie Wiesel, Luc Bondy, François-Marie Banier, Jean Baudrillard, Bernard Frank, Jean d’Ormesson, Françoise Sagan, Philippe Grumbach. Nº 12 - Tome II: ANDRÉ et RAPHAËL GLUCKSMANN Nº 13 - Tome I: UMA THURMAN, Richard Avedon, Sharon Stone, Salman Rushdie, William Styron, Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Françoise Sagan, André Glucksmann, Valérie Lemercier, Le Cirque du Soleil, Stephanie Seymour, Diane von Fürstenberg, Botho Strauss, Luc Bondy, François-Marie Banier, Khalida Mesaoudi, Bettina Rheims, Marguerite Duras, François Nourissier, Philippe Sollers, Bernard Frank, Patrick Besson, Philippe Grumbach. Nº 13 - Tome II: LE CIRQUE DU SOLEIL Nº 14 - Tome I: Gérard Depardieu - Tome II: Soeur Emmanuelle. Nº 15 - Tome I: Natalia Vodianova - Tome II: Bernard-Henri Lévy. Nº 16 - (2011) Tome I: Keira Knightly - Tome II: Jasmes Thierrée Nº 17 - (2014) Tome I: Cate Blanchett - Tome II: Golsifteh Farahani



Eine Europäische Zeitschrift.

Jahrgang 1-5. München, 1963-1967. 4to; original wrappers (first 4 years in binding-cases); numerous illustrations.

EUR 300.00

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Photographically illustrated general cultural monthly of the 1960's,. Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Verlage Arnoldo Mondadori Editore S.p.A., Mailand, & Süddeutscher Verlag, München . Ed. by Werner Rukwid, Lorenz Winter, Jusch Zoeller-Dudman. Bildredaktion: Uta Bauer. Contains a.o. interviews with Oskar Kokoschka, Axel Springer, Erich Maria Remarque, a.o.



Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). New York, Spring 1962 - Winter 1962. Folio; orig stiff boards . Numerous illustrations. Almost unread set in exceptional clean, near fine condition. With prospectus in No. 1.

EUR 750.00

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Published by Ralph Ginzburg, with a.o. contributions on erotic art (Erotic sculpture in India; The Brothel in Art), literature and photographic essays by Garry Winogrand (Love in the Subway), Marvin Newman (Les Demoiselles de la Rue St. Denis), Madame Tellier's Brothel, by Guy De Maupassant, illustrated by Edgar Degas. In no. 3 'The last portraits of Marilyn Monroe' by Bert Stern, shot 6 weeks before her death .Contribs. by Nat Hentoff, Arthur Herzog, Leo Kanner, David Bar-Ilan, Dan Greenberg, Ray Bradbury, Allen Ginzberg, Ralph Ginzberg, etc. Ginzberg was indicted under federal obscenity laws and publication ceased with No. 4.



Casopis Moderní Zeny.

Years 1-14. Praha, 1928/29-1942. Original clothbound , bindings slightly rubbed,(most issues without the original wrappers). Folio. Ills.

EUR 800.00

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Luxuriously produced progressive Czech magazine for women edited by Jarmila Nováková, publ. 22-24 issues per year (each issue ca. 30 pp.). Richly illustrated. Fashion (usually with coloured illustrations, drawings), cosmetics, home, cooking, garden, etc. but also articles of general interest, music, literature, theatre, sports, etc. Photographs by Jan Lukas, Carola, Binder, L. Schützová, Vorisek, Sudek a.o. Most volumes are bound without the orig. wrps. and the yearly index; vol. 5 lacks no 3 & 6 pages, and a total of 66 pages is missing from 7 other vols. Still a very good set and rare.



(An Artists Magazine).

Numbers 1 - 5 (all publ.). Köln, Juli 1974 -1975. Quarto, original pictorial wrappers. Pictorial covers, a very nice set, as new. Rare complete.

EUR 2,500.00

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Edited by Werner Lippert, with original contributions by the artists. No.1 : Front cover courtesy Paula Cooper. Contributions by Hans HAACKE with text about the refusal of his project'74 'Manets Spargelstilleben' by the Wallraf-Richartz Museum, which was shown later in the gallery of Paul Maenz. Urs LÜTHI: 'The Numbergirl 1973', Daniel BUREN: 2 pages with vertical yellow bands printed on vellum. Duane MICHAELS: 'portrait of Andy Warhol, 1973'. Joseph KOSUTH: (Notizen) 'Über eine anthroplogisierte kunst' and Jean le GAC – ‘Les Anecdotes, 1974’. + loosely laid in one page text ‘Zusatz sur Projekt 74 Ausgabe'. - Number 2: Bernar VENET: Analysis of the graphic representation of the Function y =x etc.; Anne + Patrick POIRIER: Dodici Vedute etc. + Tempio C Dell' Acropoli etc.; A. DIAS: The Illustration of Art; Karl BLOSSFELD: 5 photographs; Art & Language, Joseph Kosuth, Iole de Freitas.- Number 3: Robert BARRY: 25 Words and 5 Blank Pages 1974; Terry ATKINSON: Article concerning Kosuth's Anthropologized Art"; Hanne DARBOVEN: Manuscript for a Film 1970-74; Ralph GIBSON: From Days at Sea 1974; Roman OPALKA: Details and Voyage Notes; Sol LEWITT: Drawings 1974. - Number 4: Devoted to David ASEKEVOLD: Complete Documentation of his Works 1968 - 1974. - Number 5: G. PENONE: Five pressures w. constant spatial characteristics etc…; Rune MIELDS: Line drawings on transparent sheets; Hans Peter FELDMANN: Pin Up Girls (photographs); Lewis BALTZ: Installations (photographs); G. ZORIO: Energy as Absence / Energy as Presence (photos on transparent sheets w. red line drawings).



The International Review of Graphic Design. Die Internationale Fachzeitschrift fuer Grafik-Design.

Nos. 1-58. London, 1990-2005. Original pictorial wrappers. Fine.

EUR 1,600.00

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Quarterly review of graphic design with an innovative typography, edited by Rick Poynor. Features (in English, French and German), on (e.g.): Blue Note designer Reid Miles & photographer Francis Wolff, Posters of Freedom, Flash Art!, Experiments in publishing, W.A.Dwiggins (The man who invented graphic design), Play-centre of the avant-garde (on London's Institute of Contemporary Arts), etc.



Die Oesterreichische illustrierte Zeitschrift.

Nos. 1-3, 6-8, 10, 12, 15, 17, 23, 24, 28, 31. Wien, 1946-1948. Original wrappers; folio. Ills.

EUR 230.00

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Together 14 issues of this Austrian film magazine with contributions by Willi Frost, Leitich, E.W. Wehle, Csokor, a.o. Besides film we find contributions on the occupation, music, "Künstlerkolonie Hochhaus" and in the first issue unpublished photographs of Eva Braun by L. Rübelt. One wrapper slightly damaged.



International review of advance-guard cinema

4 issues: New series Number 3, Spring 1934 (spine rapaired with tape) Volume 2 Number 5, Winter 1934 Volume 2 Number 6, Autumn 1935 Vol. 3 No. 9 Autumn 1936 front cover loose, back cover missing

EUR 300.00

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Edited by B.Vivian Braun, Irene Nicholson and John C. Moore, contributions by S.Eisenstein, Basil Wright, Marie Seton, L.J.Jordaan, Oswell Blakeston, Robert Fairthorne et a.o.



(Later: America's Independent Film Magazine). Published every two months.

No. 1. January 1955. Orig. Pict. Wrappers, spine stapled. ( 22x15,3 cm). 64 pages. Light edgewear to front cover, spine shaved. Otherwise a good copy.

EUR 400.00

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The first issue of the avant garde film magazine. On the front cover: Orson Welles as Othello. Editor: Jona Mekas; board: Eduard de Laurot, George N. Fenin, Gordon Hendricks, Aodolfas Mekas. Contributions by Erich von Stroheim, Orson Welles, Han Richter, Edouard de Laurot, Herman G. Weinberg, William K. Everson, a.o.



(Later: America's Independent Film Magazine). Published every two months.

Number 45. NY: Film Culture (1967). Summer. sm 4to. [64 pp]. Crease to lower front corner,otherwise almost fine in illustrated wrappers. Guest-edited by Gerard Malanga, designed and produced by George Macunias. A Warhol-themed issue featuring film stills, interviews with members of his circle, and contributions by Mac Low, Wieners, Malanga, and many others.

EUR 400.00

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Guest-edited by Gerard Malanga, designed and produced by George Macunias. A Warhol-themed issue featuring film stills, interviews with members of his circle, and contributions by Andy Warhol, Jonas Mekas, Gerard Malanga, Jackson Maclow, Nico, Piero Heliczer, Jack Smith, E. Sedgwick



(Later: America's Independent Film Magazine). Published every two months.

Number 30. Edited by Jonas Mekas. This issue devoted to a work by filmmaker Stan Brakhage entitled Metaphors on Vision. A very good copy in corrogated cardboard with very light staining. Obi present in good condition with a few small chips at edges, some light creasing to a few pages.

EUR 900.00

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Edited by Jonas Mekas. This issue devoted to a work by filmmaker Stan Brakhage entitled Metaphors on Vision. Covers designed by fluxus artist George Maciunas.



(Later: America's Independent Film Magazine). Published every two months.

A group of 8 issues from No. 9 thru No. 18, 1956-1958. Orig. Wrappers, with light wear but in generally good condition. Vol. 2 no 3 (9).1956 Vol .2 no 4 (10). 1956 Vol. 3 no. 3(13) 1957 Vol. 3 no 4 (14) Nov.1957 Vol. 3 no 5 (15) Dec.1957 Vol 4 no 1 (16). Jan.1958 Vol. 4 no 2 (17). Feb.1958 Vol. 4 no 3 (18). April 1958

EUR 700.00

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Aktuelle Information für Filmfreunde.

Jg. 4 - 27 no 9. Frankfurt a/M, München, 1960 - Sept. 1983. Original illustrated wrappers (except vol. 4-5, which are bound; vol. 4 incl. original wrappers). Illustrated. Set lacks 32 issues (of 285 publ. during this period).

EUR 700.00

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Critical film-monthly, edited by and with contribs. of: Enno Patalas, Wilfried Berghahn, W. Bühler, R. Gansera, W. Gollus, E. Ludwig, G. Theuring, Hartmut Bitomsky, Manfred Blank, Jürgen Ebert, Harun Farocki, Felix Hofmann, Peter Nau, Melanie Walz, Hans Zischler, a.o. With interviews, reviews, film-literature, filmographies, and several thematic issues (o.a.: Eric Ambler, Roberto Rosselini, Jean-Luc Godard, Jorges Luis Borges, John Ford, Hitchcoks 'Vertigo'). A total of 32 issues are lacking (of which 17 nos in vols. 15-16) i.e.: 15 no 2, 4-12; 16 no 1-3, 6-9; 18 no 9; 19 no 5, 6, 11; 20 no. 6, 12; 21 no 6, 11-12; 23 no 2,5; 25 no 1-2; 26 no 8-9. Several issues with mailing-address (stamp) on cover; vols. 17-18 with underlinings and 5 years lack the yearly index.



(Orgaan der Ned. Filmliga). Tijdschrift voor zelfstandige Filmkunst (after 1931 subtitle becomes: Onafhankelijk Maandblad voor Filmkunst).

Vol. 1-8 (all published. Amsterdam, J. Clausen (later: Rotterdam, Nijgh & v. Ditmar), 1927/28-1935, together with the continuation: FILMGIDS. Vol. 1 nos. 1-6 (last and all published, on orig. wrappers, light wear). Rotterdam, Jan.-June 1936). A complete collection, entirely in the original wrappers, in very good near fine condition.

EUR 13,000.00

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"Film League". Complete set of the only serious avant-garde film periodical published in the Netherlands; first year (nos. 1-12) entitled 'Orgaan der Ned. Filmliga', published monthly in relation to the programs shown by the league, with very serious articles on the films and their makers; in later years the contents become less strictly connected to the league's monthly program, but are not less serious. Editors: Menno ter Braak (till 1931), Joris Ivens (till 1930), L.J. Jordaan, H. Scholte, C. van Wessem, Knap, J.F. Otten. Contribs. include (apart from the editors, who gave an important share, especially ter Braak en Ivens): El G. de Roos, M.H.K. Franken, M. Sluizer, D.A.M. Binnendijk, N. Rost, A. Muller-Lehning, J. Lenauer, Lou Lichtveld, Jef Last, C.J. Graadt van Roggen, Math. Visser, Ch. Boost, Rico Bulthuis, and numerous important contributors from abroad (often publishing in German, French or English) e.g.: Cavalcanti, Marko Bardach, W. Ruttmann, Fr. Rosenfeld, Symon Gould, S. Silka, V. Huszar, Germaine Dulac, Eisenstein, D. Marion, Rene Clair, Moholy-Nagy, H. Richter, G. van Hecke, Mary Dressler, Ellen Kahn, Erika Mann, etc.; Illustrations include: woodcut by Mirowitch; potraits by Jordaan (Renée Clair, Cavalcanti, Lang, Bataloff); Mitry; photo's by Germaine Krull; photo composite by Paul Schuitema, Moholy-Nagy (Photogram), Man Ray; etc. etc.a few issues on a special theme (Hollywood, Disney, Dutch Cinematography, Film in the Netherlands). Two supplementary plates (by Cavalanti and Mirowitch, and photomontage by S. van Ravesteyn) are present. Year 1 (12 numbers), 1927-Aug.1928, with woodcuts by Cavalanti and Mirowitch in no.1; Photomontage by S.van Ravestein included in no 11in/bw,(same image as the cover which has red added;some repairs to the edges,but front cover in perfect condition). All typographical covers. Year 2 (10 numbers). Oct.1928-Oct.1929. White typographical covers, with (mostly) photograpical (Joris Ivens) or woodcut illustrations. Year 3 (10 numbers). Nov.1929-May 1930. White typographical covers, illustrated as Yr. 2. A small stain on the front cover of no 5 and no 9/10 with light damage to the right edge. Years 4 and 5 (12 numbers each). November 1931-Oct,1932. Covers in colour, designed by and with photomontages of Paul Schuitema.Two issues loose in the spine and 2 issues slightly stained, otherwise all excellent. Year 6 (12 numbers). November 1932-Dec,1933. Photo illustrated covers. Year 7 (12 numbers). January-December 1934. Covers photomontages by Cas Oorthuys. Year 8 (12 numbers). January-December 1935. Covers photomontages by Cas Oorthuys.



Vakblad voor de Cinematografie in Indië.

Year 1 nos.1-13 (15 Juli 1934 - Juni 1935) and Year 5 nos. 50-62 ( Juli 1938 - Juni 1939). Batavia, 1934-1939. Bound in 2 vols., contemp. hcloth, slightly worn; pictorial front & back covers preserved, 4to. No. 59 is a special edition with covers and one page printed on golden and reverse on green stock. In vol. 1 are last 6 nos. stained at lower right corner (without any serious damage or loss of text), no. 61 without front-cover. Illustrated. Vol. 5 with hors-texte plates in colour.

EUR 400.00

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Magazine on Movie theatres and film distribution in the Dutch East Indies. Directed and edited by A. G. de Jong, with announcements and summaries of new releases, also with a regular survey of movies approved by the censor. The issues are not paginated, therefore hard to collate; it seems that a few pages in no. 51 are not present. It is also hard to establish if the nicely produced 5 supplementary plates are part of the magazine or just inserts.



The Monthly Magazine.

Vol. 1 nos 1-11; Vol. 2 no 1 (all publ). New York, Febr.1950-Jan.1951. Folio; unbound, original pictorial wrappers; numerous illustrations, photographs, etc. Together with: FLAIR ANNUAL. 1953 (all). New York, 1952. Original publ. dec. cloth. 230 pp; folio. All are in fine condition, a few small defects to spines and very slight dust-soilage to some covers (only vol.1 no 7 with slight damage to the punch-hole). A bit of negligible soilage to some of the covers, altogether an excellent set.

EUR 2,000.00

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Complete set in fine condition of this magnificently produced monthly, edited by Fleur Cowles, with colour-ads, inserts, and beautiful coloured wrappers, several of which (as a special trade-mark of the publication) have a see-through punch hole as part of the design. Flair was a magazine of Art, Fashion, Literature, Entertainment, Decor and Travel, with innovative lay-outs and designs. Issues of 130 pages on glossy paper, full of photographs and illustrations, and with contribs. byJean Cocteau, W.H. Auden, Tennessee Williams, Salvador Dali (The Gypsy Angels of Spain), François Mauriac, Jean Genet, Colette, Jules Supervielle, Simone de Beauvoir, Helene Walker, John O'Hara, Robert Ruark, and many others; special issues on Paris, New York, London, the 'All Male'-issue College Review Issue, etc. This fine magazine, very typical for the early fifties and epoch making in journalism, had to give up publication after twelve issues. The Flair Annual was an attempt to revive this splendid production.


FORTUNE (Magazine)

Complete years Vol. 1 no 1, 1930 thru December1950. Chicago, Time Inc., 1930-1950, with Index 1930/37. Bound in library boards or cloth (WITH all ORIGINAL PICTORIAL WRAPPERS PRESERVED) frequently with library stamp, but overall in very good condition. An excellent set, and rare nowadays, collections like this have become unfindable.

EUR 10,000.00

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Complete set THRU 1950, INCLUDING THE IMPORTANT EARLY YEARS of this famous "magazine for the business-world and corporate America" (Henry R. Luce, editor). Elaborately produced and lavishly illustrated with photographs (black and white & colour, fine colour printing) of wellknown photographers (Margaret Bourke-White, Ralph Steiner, Arthur Gerlach, Ansel Adams, Erich Salomon, Bernard Hoffman, Berenice Abbott, etc. . WALKER EVANS wrote and photographed for Fortune starting in 1934 (from 1945-1965 as staff-photographer and photo-editor). Of particular importance are also the beautifully illustrated covers, for which the magazine is famous (designs by Diego Rivero, Ant.Petrucelli, Herbert Bayer, Matthew Leibowitz, Paolo Garretto, Fernand Leger, etc.). The many advertisement-pages (all included in the set) give an important survey of the developments in graphic & advertising design. Illustrated articles give an overview of half a century's technical and industrial progress (Cars, aviation, steel, computers, business & finance, travel,traffic, film). Also attention to the visual arts (in 1941 no 6.Grosz, Dali, Chagall, Ernst, Tanguy, Masson etc.) and also contemporary American art. This set, fully collated and with very minor defects (detail on request) is ex-library, but in very good condition. If desired the set can be extended till the year 1990.



Edited + published by Jerzy OLEK, . Wroklaw (Poland), 1976/77. 30 monographic bulletins: 22,5x10,5 cm., folded sheets. With illustrations and texts in Polish by the artists (see below)

EUR 800.00

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I. Kulil/R. Tabaka; B. Malysa; R. Kutera; R. Plocki; A. Jorczak; A. Kutera; A&A; M. Bacciarelli; H. Gajewski; G. Sztabinski; W. Liszkowski; Natalia LL; A. Saj; B. tachow; L. Szurkowski; A. Borkowski; Laboratorium TP; W. Ropiecki; A. Rozycki; W. Bruszewski; A. Sapija; Z. Sosnowski; J. Robakowski; J. Wojciechowski; R. Wasko; L. Mrozek; J. Swidzinski; J. Olek; A. Lachowicz and Z. Dlubak.



Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Amsterdam, Oct. 1976-1977. L. folio; ills. (No. 3 is present with 3 variant-covers, silver/aluminum, yellow and red with identical image, light wear to edges, but generally fine).

EUR 700.00

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Ed. by Robert Malasch & Carlot Wissing. Photographs, interviews, reports on the Amsterdam avant-garde art scene, galleries, theatre, dance, new trends in fashion, interesting lay-out and advertising. Interviews and features include Sandberg, Aldo van Eyck, Gilbert & George, Paul de Leeuw, Wally Tax, Philip Glass, photographs Kerr, Charlie Wissing, Koen Wessing, etc.



Volume 1 - 5 (all publ.). Berkeley & Los Angeles:(University of California Press), 1945-1950. Together 20 issues and supplement issue to 1 no 1. Original printed wrappers. An excellent set.

EUR 1,400.00

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Edited by John Howard Lawson, S.T. Farquhar, a.o. (Hollywood Writers Mobilization). Precursor to The Quarterly of Film, Radio, and Television, and Film Quarterly, which is still being published. "The first issue of Hollywood Quarterly, in October 1945, marked the appearance of the most significant, successful, and regularly published journal of its kind in the United States. For its entire life, the Quarterly held to the leftist utopianism of its founders, several of whom would later be blacklisted. The journal attracted a collection of writers unmatched in North American film studies for the heterogeneity of their intellectual and practical concerns: from film, radio, and television industry workers to academics; from Sam Goldwyn, Edith Head, and Chuck Jones to Theodor Adorno and Siegfried Kracauer." (Quoted from the Univ.of Calif.Anthology).



Ano 1-9 (most probably all publ., comprising nos. 1-215). Barcelona, 1888-30 Dec. 1896. Folio; bound in three large vols., red h. leather with gilt title on spine. Numerous illustrations.

EUR 1,000.00

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Directed by Felipe Pedrell, ed. by Jacinto E. Tort y Daniel, published by Victor Berdós. Illustrated weekly issues of 8-12 pp. each, text on three columns. Every issue illustrated with at least one portrait of a composer or musician on the front page and 2-3 (mostly full page) woodengravings inside, often depicting scenes from operas, theatre pieces, music halls or musical scenes, lateron also some art prints. The editorial content deals extensively with musical life in Spain and abroad, concerts and opera performance, etc.; the musical supplements announced in each number are not included; no. 135 is missing, otherwise the set is fully collated and complete. No. 68 is a special issue devoted to Verdi. Added: in sheets, pages xix, 1-316 of 'Dicionario biografico y bibliografico de musicos Espenoles, etc.', by Felipe Pedrell, probably published as supplements to the journal. This periodical is obviously very rare: not mentioned in Torrent/Tassis in the history of the Catalan press, not mentioned in the Union List of Serials in the USA nor in Cat. Collectif du B.N.; Fellinger mentions the title as no. 1044 and (most probably in error) indicates that 10 years were published; he does however not indicate more than 3 libraries with holdings of this title, none of which complete.


image (Hans-Peter Feldmann)

No. 1. 1979 (all published). InK, Halle für internationale neue Kunst (MGB), Zürich, Switzerland (Distributed in Düsseldorf). Tabloïd, 12 pages, on newprint. (folded, with slight wear and discoloration over the folds, ownership-stamp of Henk Peeters in right upper corner). With exclusively large photographic illustrations (some full-page).

EUR 1,200.00

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A Magazine of Awareness.

Nos. 1-4/5 (all publ.). Amsterdam, June 1978 - July 1980. Original pictorial wrappers; illustrations & photographs.

EUR 1,000.00

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Journal of the "Magic Amsterdam" 'avant-garde', edited. by Edward Woods, with assistance of, and guest-editorships by Ira Cohen, Mel Clay, Neeli Cherkovski, Hans Plomp, William Levy, a.o. Articles & photographs by Steef Davidson (on the Nieuwmarkt: Subway Culture in Amsterdam), Mel Clay (The Myth of the Male Orgasm. Window Shopping in Amsterdam Red Light District), Hans Plomp, Rachel Pollack, Ira Cohen, Simon Vinkenoog (on Magic Amsterdam). Marijke Mooy,, Steve Weiss, Jessie Gordon, Bruce Carpenter & Charlz Baba, Rachel Pollack, Magic Mike Taylor.Bert Schierbeek, Tajiri, Marpa, a.o.




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.

EUR 5,000.00

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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.



Nos. 1-5. Odhams Press Ltd., 189 High Holburn, London. September 23 - October 21, 1967, plus two unnumbered issues dated November 11 and December 2, 1967. Orig. selfwrappers, illustrated throughout; issues of 30 pages, width 17,5 x heighth 44 Cm; clean copies, occasional dogeared, only the first number lacks ab. 3 cm of the right top corner of the front cover.

EUR 1,000.00

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Beautifully produced lifestyle magazine, a weekly for fashion, design, pop-culture and music, printed on newsprint in bright colours, with many full page illustrations, fashion photographs etc. The first number "promises you: the kind of magazine somebody ought to have started years ago. The kind of magazine that knows what's going on…We're brighter, using colours in far-out new ways… News about clothes, hair, make-up, News about people, records, jobs, clubs, opinions, places, your loves, hates…."



Quarterly publication for the communication of thought and interests.

Issue 1 (all ?). Publication for the Communication of Thought and Interests. New York 1999. 24x19cm; 100 pages, illustrated;numerous pictures.

EUR 200.00

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Artist periodical with many photographic contributions. By Jan-Willem Dikkers (photography). Contributions by Ben Freedman,The Loud AZ F*CK Festival, Medieval Virtual Reality (Giono), The Door (Youth Center in N.Y.), Danita, New Jerusalem, (Acupuncture, by Tess Ghilaga,photography Mark Lyon; Lodge Kerrigan, Christopher Wool by Larry Clark. Includes a CD-ROM.



Maandboek voor iedereen.

Nos. 1-4 (all). Sept.-Dec. 1967. Oblong folio; unbd., in pictorial wrappers; with numerous illustrations and photographs. Very good clean copy.

EUR 300.00

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Glossy underground magazine.with important photography. Issues of 42 pp. covers each; art-direction: Jan Mulder, Niek Hiemstra; contribs. of Duco van Weerlee, Bert Vuijsje. Ch. Vlek (photogr.), Ed. Visser, S. Vinkenoog, Ewald Vanvugt, Joop Slagter, Wim Noordhoek, Eva Mulder, Cor Jaring, P. Dicampos, Ph. Mechanicus, J.Vrijman (photogr.), Jojanneke Claassen, Frits Boer, Robert Ebell etc.



Eine kulturphilosophische Zeitschrift.

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

EUR 1,000.00

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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.).



Le Magazine de l'Homme Moderne.

Nos. 1-100. Paris, déc. 1963 - mai 1972. In original wrappers (a few somewhat finger-soiled, but generally in very good condition). Illustrated. Quite rare complete set from the start.. Added supplement: LUI. Mode Masculine. Hors Série: Nos. 1-(2). oct. 1966 - janv. 1967.

EUR 2,000.00

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French equivalent to "Playboy" with contributions on Brel & Brassens, Jeanne Moreau, Anouilh, Salvador Dali, Jean-Paul Sartre, François Truffaut, Charles Trenet, Françoise Sagan, Vadim, Alain Delon, Johnny Hallyday, Charles Aznavour, Stokely Carmichael, Angela Davis, etc. and interviews with Henry Miller, Kim Novak, J.J.Servan-Schreiber, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Brigitte Bardot, Arthur Miller (by Oriana Fallaci), etc. Photographs and covers by Frank Gitty, Francis Giacobetti, Max Danton, Bruce Davidson, Jean-Claude Sauer, Sam Levin, Michel Holsnyder, a.o., with photoreports on Brigitte Bardot (in 5 nos.), Jane Fonda, Claudia Cardinale, Jane Birkin, Ursala Andress, etc. Illustrations by Siné, Tome Ungerer, Sempé a.o. One issue (2) slightly worn, rest in very good condition and complete with all centerfolds.



Jahrgang 38-51. Berlin, 1923-1936. Folio; (2 vols. Half-leather,a bit rubbed, remainder unbound in the original wrappers. (Lacking one vol. and 9 issues, detail below).

EUR 1,400.00

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Interesting illustrated entertainment weekly with contributions by Charlie Roellinghof, A. Moszkowski, Hermann Krause, Rudolf Presber, Fenneker. Illustrations by Heilenstädt, Pem, Cucuel, Walter Trier, Vallée, Paul Simmel, J. Bahr, W. Krain, Holstein, Herbert Döblin, Barta, Fenneker, Ehrenberger, a.o. Several issues dedicated to one topic like 'Badenummer', 'Sportnummer', 'Automobil-Nummer', Räucher-Nummer', 'Week-end', 'Wintersport'. Vol. 43 (1928) and 9 issues (all from vol. 45) are missing; ab. 10 covers with small defects. Therwise good condition.



Die Zeitschrift für das moderne Leben.

Heft 8-59 (= last published). Frankfurt a.M., Kölln, 1956) - Nov. 1966. Original illustrated wrappers. 4to.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Karl H. Pawek, later by Alfred Neven DuMont. Numerous photo-illustrations on glossy paper. Most issues devoted to a topic connected to contemporary art, social life, design, film, politics, intellectual mainstreams, etc., such as Die Situation der Frau, Der Dadaismus in unserer Zeit, with a contrib. by Hans Richter (Dada ist tot, es lebe Dada!, illustrated by Hans Arp, .Documenta der Kunst, Tabu, Am Ende Europa etc. Contribs. By Ernst Topitsch, Heinrich Böll, Golo Mann, W. Sandberg (Steindruckerei und Avantgarde), R. Becker, H.M. Enzensberger a.o. Collaboration of important photographers like Daniel Masclet, Werner Bischot, Robert Capa, Herbert List, David Seymour, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ernst Haas, Toni Schneiders, Rolf Winquist, Werner Wünsch, Kurt Schwarz, a.o.



20 Monographic bulletins of the MALA GALERIA, Warsaw (PL), PSP - ZPAF 1977/1983 ca19x19.5 cm., stapled, unpaginated.

EUR 1,200.00

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Bulletins of the Mala Gallery (started 1977 in Warsaw), Mała Galeria Związku Polskich Artystów Fotografików Centrum Sztuki. in letterset, offset : Jadwiga Przybylak; Kazimierz Bendkowski; Andrzej Jorczak; Andrzej Paruzel; Ewa Partum; Leszek Brogowski; Lodz Kaliska G.T.; Andrzej Kuczminski; Stanislaw Filko; Jan Swidzinski; Anna Kutera; Jan Jaskiewicz; Zygmunt Swiatek; Zygmunt Rytka; Akira Komoto; Marek Janiak; Andrzej Jorczak; Tomasz Sikorski; Richard Boulez and Pawel Kwiek.



Nos. 1-36 (all publ.). Los Angeles, Los Alamitos, 1956-1966. Orig. colour pictorial wrappers, (13 x 19 Cm, last 2 issue 2 Cm. taller), Numerous photographs. A mint set.

EUR 1,500.00

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Photographed and published by Bruce of Los Angeles this publication started to openly publish male physique photography in pin-up style. Issues are also numbered as Volume, and average 48-56 pages. Photography and covers in the beginning b/w only, starting with no. 24 there are colour covers and also some colour photographs inside.



Nos. 1-6/7. Paris, nov. 1976-février 1979. Large folio, original illustrated wrappers; printed on colored stock. Illustrated.

EUR 1,500.00

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Directed by Cl. Eizykman, especially of interest for experimental cinema and video animations. Together 5 issues (nos. 4/5 and 6/7 are double-issues) of 12-16 pp. each, printed on colored stock, experimental lay-out. Fabricants: Pascal Auger, Claudine Eizykman, Guy Fihman, Prosper Hillairet, Erik Lambert, Christian Lebrat, Dominque Willoughby. Articles incl. (a.o.): No. 1 (nov.'76) yellow issue, printed in black: Andy Warhol interview (by Jonas Mekas); 'Les surréalistes et le Cinéma'. No. 2 fév.'77) blue issue, printed in red: 'Moholy-Nagy' (by Patrick de Haas); Robert Breer (interview); 'Le cinéma indépendant vu de Beaubourg' (Alain Sayag). No. 3 (av-mai'77) pink issue, printed in bronze: 'Stars: Tension, soleils, flexion' (Eizykman); 'Warhol' (F. Coblence); 'Ciné oubri à Ouagadougou' (D. Avron); 'Fernand Léger (P. de Haas). No. 4/5 (déc.'77) orange issue, printed in purple: 'Différence Independance' (P. Hillairet); 'Chronologie du cinéma expérimental (Hillairet, P. de Haas); 'Du ballet mécanique au cinéma structurel' (C. Lebrat); No. 6/7 (fév.'79) various colored stock (red, green, blue, white), printed in various colours: 'En territoire animste' (D. Avron); 'Le cinéma parallèle' (P. Rovere); 'extrait de Brakhage et les Structuralistes' (Jonas Mekas).



Nos. 1-20 (out of 24 nos. Publ.). Paris, (Éds. du Terrain Vague), mai/juin 1962 -1970. Original pictorial wrappers; roy-8vo., later 4to. Numerous illustrations. A few spines and covers slightly damaged or creased.

EUR 400.00

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This periodical is devoted exclusively to fantasy in film, fiction and performing arts, directed by Eric Losfeld, edited by Alain LeBris & Michael Caen. Thematic issues, e.g.: Terence Fisher; Vamps Fantastiques; Special King Kong, Special Dracula; Comte Zaroff; Erotisme et Epouvante dans le cinema anglais, Tour du Monde fantastique, Fu Manchu, Polanski, Japon, Wakamatsu Koji, Science Fiction, Gaston Leroux, etc.



Publication hebdomadaire.

Nos. 37-318. Paris, 9 août 1914-28 déc. 1919. Bound in 6 vols., uniform h. calf; folio. With numerous illustrations and photographs.

EUR 600.00

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Massively illustrated record of the War from the French point of view,of interest for the early years of photo-journalism with thousands of photographs.



Incorporating "The Club Photographer."

Vol. 1-8 (comprising nos. 1-208). London, 1923-1926/27. Bound, contemp. h.leather, some spines repaired. Illustrated

EUR 500.00

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Editor: Geoffrey E. Peachey. With hors-text photographic illustrations. Publication went on till vol. 11 (1928), to merge into Amateur Photographer and Cinematographer.



ein Photomagazin / Zeitschrift für Photographie.

Nos. 1-6. Orig. wrappers; contained in publisher's cardboard box, 'Feldmann Verlag, Düsseldorf. Original wrappers; fine.

EUR 400.00

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The first six issues (of 17 published) of the magazine of the Ohio Group, to which (for these first issues) also Hans-Peter Feldmann belonged. Mostly staple-bound issues. (the full editorial group consisted of Uschi Huber, Stefan Schneider, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Jörg Janka). Complete including the loose inserts and vinyl record by Red Crayola in number 6.



Nos. 1-2 (all published ?). Sound Beach, N.Y. 1982-1985. Oblong (21,5 x35,5 cm), side-stapled in original wrappers.

EUR 220.00

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Magazine for specialist photography: Panoramic images, from Fox Talbot to the present day. Editor, publisher, photographer: Norman Weisberg.



Journal mensuel illustré consacré à la photographie (artistique).

Nos. 1-34 (last publ.). Paris, Charles Mendel, Éditeur, August 1919 - December 1923. Original pictorial uniform wrappers. 4to. Illustrated. Lacking 2 nos. Publication suspended in 1921. Lacking no. 2-3. Continued by LA PHOTO POUR TOUS. Revue mensuelle illustrée de photographie et de cinématographie d'amateurs. Nos. 1-37. Paris, 1924-1927. 4to. Original wrappers. Illustrated.

EUR 1,000.00

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Directed by G. Pascaud. Populari photo-magazine with numerous photo-illustrations and advertisements.




Nos. 210-419. Paris, 12 sept. 1929 - 14 sept. 1933. Folio; bound in 4 vols. hcloth, with pictorial wrappers.

EUR 1,200.00

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Humorous, satirical and gallant weekly, typical for the style of the thirties; issues of 20 pp., with full-page coloured ills. on front-and back wrappers; numerous illustrations especially by René Giffey, also by Louis Forton, Jack Abeille, Conrad, Rolno, Lindel, Marcel Bloch, Jac, Moriss, Gil Boer, etc.; also photographic ills., and interesting advertisement section.



Nos. 1-3 (most probably all published). Paris, décembre 1960 - février 1961. (3 issues, 24,5 x 28,5 on glossy paper in pictorial selfwrappers a little tatty, small pencil notes on the front covers). With numerous illustrations and photographs.

EUR 300.00

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Glossy magazine, very typical for the period; director: Michel Salomon, (with Marc R. de Gravier and Mathieu Galey), contributions by Cornell Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Maurice Henry, Françoise Prévost, Philippe Larue (in particular No. 3: A Megève) Chaval, Ed. Roditi (Londres), F.Nourissier (feature on Brigitte Bardot), Georges Garcin (on the Strip Tease), Albert Simonin (Portrait des Jules), Jacques Sternberg, Ylipe, Georges Dudognon/Robert Giraud (Les Gitanes de Paris), Chaval, Etiemle, Gébé, Folon, etc.



Nos. 1-2. Rotterdam (NL), Galerie voor Fotografie 1980. 29,5x21cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Bas Vroege. Photography magazine. Texts in Dutch and English. Appeared until 1994.



Journal de Photographie et de Cinématographie.

Série 2/3, 4, 7-10. Paris, avril 1893-1901. Bound in 4 vols. (with the supplements), two spines stained.

EUR 400.00

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First years of this journal, edited by Charles Mendel Richly illustrated articles on alll aspects of photography, and an extensive advertisement section. Years 1893/95-1900 also numbered as Année 5-12.



A Pictorial and Literary Record of the best Photographic Work of the Year (subtitle later: The Annual Review of the World's Pictorial Photographic Work).

Vol. 49-67. London, 1944-1962. Mostly bound; 16 plates (in 3 vols.) are missing.

EUR 800.00

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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.

EUR 650.00

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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.



Vol. 1-3 no 1 (all publ.?). Palo Alto, Natural Wonders Inc., Spring 1972- June 1973. Folio; pictorial wrappers.

EUR 350.00

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Thick issues, finely produced, with numerous full-page photographic ills.; ed. by Barbara & Dudley DeZonia, Pam Frierson, Doug Gunesch, James Holdorf, Baine Kerr, Trudy Smith, A.M. Gretsch, H. Yale Ehresh. Herald R. Hoyt, Margaret Phillips, David Meltzer, Vicky White, a.o.; Reflects much of the spirit of the sixties. Each issue on a theme: Workingman's Guide to the Universe; Star Route One; See America First; Rogues Gallery, Neon Rose.



Maandelijks familie-film-magazine.

Nos. 1-5. Amsterdam, oct. 1978 - januari 1979. With the preliminary (0)-issue, and the prospectus. With numerous illustrations; original wrappers.

EUR 100.00

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The beginning (with preliminary-issue) of this glossy Dutch film magazine, published monthly.



Internationale Informationsschrift fur Kunstlerische Photographie/ Informations internationals sur la photographie d’art/International newsletter for Photographic Art.

Nos.1- 32, together with Nos. 36, 37, 40, 41/42. (37 numbers in 36 issues). Zürich:,Marco Misano, january 1976-dec 1982. All quarto size issues with in between 15 and 47 pages, numerous illustrations and stapled illustrated wrappers. No. 15 with 2 square inch missing from top front wrapper, all other copies very good.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Marco Misano. Contributing and consulting editors: Inge Bondi, Peter Benelli, L. Fritz Gruber. With articles on ‘schadographie’, ‘pictorialisme’ ‘Arles Photo meeting’, ‘Documenta 6’, ‘photokina’, on Japanese, Norvegian, Spanish, Italian, Australian (etc) Photography and articles on (among others) Robert Frank, H. Hajek Halke, Herbert List, Ray K. Metzker, Rene Groebli, Philip Trager, Paul Caponigro, Paul Outerbridge, Derek Bennet, Christian Staub, Kozo Miyoshi + info on books, international exhibitions and auction news.



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.

EUR 1,800.00

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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.



Number 1. Association Belle Haleine, Paris, France. February 23 - April 17, 1994. 64 pages. Printed in black, magenta, green;pictorial wrappers (18,2 x 24,5 cm). Photographically illustrated.

EUR 200.00

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"In 1992, Elein Fleiss and Olivier Zahm started the magazine Purple Prose as a reaction against the superficial glamour of the 1980’s; much as a part of the global counterculture at the time, inspired by magazines like Interview, Ray Gun, Nova, and Helmut Newton’s Illustrated, but with the aesthetics of what usually is referred to as anti-fashion". There were 13 issues published, and several other "Purple" magazines were published as offspring. Directrice de la Rédaction: Elein Fleiss .Contributors: A. Zittel, R. Bogwa, J. Avgikos, M. Kippenberger, (Courrier, mail from Vienna), P. Van Caeckenbergh (interview with Lieven Van Den Abeele), V. Glabel, J.-L.Vilmouth, D. Lerner, J. Koethe (Interview), J.-C. Menu, Havhivi Edgard Heep of Birds, P. Bouchitey, D. Robbins, Kitten, F. Roche, D. Blair, H. Bond, J. Decter, Inian Summer, (The Elephant Siam , interviews Jean-Luc Vilmouth) , D. Oletsijczuk, D. Jasiak, P. Flessig, Z. Veilhan and J. Rian. Texts in French and English



Nos. 1-13 (Rare complete , forming Volume 1, all published before the publication split up into various other series). Paris, automne 1992-1998. Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 2,500.00

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In 1992, Elein Fleiss and Olivier Zahm started the magazine Purple Prose as a reaction against the superficial glamour of the 1980’s; much as a part of the global counterculture at the time, inspired by magazines like Interview, Ray Gun, Nova, and Helmut Newton’s Illustrated, but with the aesthetics of what usually is referred to as anti-fashion". There were 13 issues published, which consitute "volume 1", and are offered here. Based on their personal interests and views Purple was, made much in the same spirit of the fanzine. The magazine quickly became associated with the "realism" of the new fashion photography of the 1990’s, with names like Juergen Teller, Terry Richardson, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Mario Sorrenti.Several other "Purple" magazines were published as offspring. Directrice de la Rédaction: Elein Fleiss .Contributors: A. Zittel, R. Bogwa, J. Avgikos, M. Kippenberger, (Courrier, mail from Vienna), P. Van Caeckenbergh (interview with Lieven Van Den Abeele), V. Glabel, J.-L.Vilmouth, D. Lerner, J. Koethe (Interview), J.-C. Menu, Havhivi Edgard Heep of Birds, P. Bouchitey, D. Robbins, Kitten, F. Roche, D. Blair, H. Bond, J. Decter, Inian Summer, (The Elephant Siam , interviews Jean-Luc Vilmouth) , D. Oletsijczuk, D. Jasiak, P. Flessig, Z. Veilhan and J. Rian. Texts in French and English Offered here is: Purple Prose volume 1 complete: 1, automne 1992- 2, hiver 1993, -3, été 1993, -4, automne 1993, - 5, hiver 1994, - 6, été 199- 7, automne1994- 8, hiver 1995- 9, été 1995-10, winter 1996-11, summer 1996 - 12, summer 1997 -13, winter 1998.



Nicht links, nicht rechts sondern Quer. Dino Simonetts Bildungsreisen in Wort und Bild.

Nos. 6-12. Zürich, Frühling/Sommer 1985-Juni 1988. (Each ab. 42 x 15 cm.) original wrappers; photographic illustrations.

EUR 200.00

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Photographien und Text: Dino Simonett. 6: André Heller, 7: Viva la Grischa; 8: Au tour Du Léman; 9: Madame Manhatten; 10: Prima Materia; 11: Quer durch Europa; 12. Quer durch Zürich (No. 9 contains orig. mounted photographs). Out of a total of 13 issues published.



A set of 10 consecutive issues (from 11 published in total, thus altogether complete except for vol.2 no 6). Comprised are: - 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. Original. pict. wrappers, 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. -Volume 2, number 2. New York, Spring 1973, (30x23 cm). 64 pages; stapled. Orig.covers (somewhat yellowed). - Volume 2 ,number 3. Video City. Designed and edited by Phillip G Gietzen. Changing Channels. 64 pp, in orig.,wrappes (lightlwear on the wrappers, otherwise very good). -Volume 2 , number 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). -Volume 2, number 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).

EUR 6,000.00

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The rare original edition of this early video art publication, probably the earliest publication on the use of video as an artistic and political medium, 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



Audience Fashion Magazine

No. 1-5 (all publ.). Tokyo, Autumn 1999-2001. Orig. Pictorial wrappers, 25,5x18 cm.

EUR 500.00

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Journal of design and photography. Publisher: Yutaro Oka, Editor: Keriko Maeda. Art Direction: Synchro Design Tokyo. No. 1. Autumn 1999: Debut. 14 Tokyo Live Audience Style Collection; Featuring audience of High-Lows, Thee Michelle Gun Elephant, Polysics, Supercard, Number Girl, Marylin Manson, Mod Mayday, The Fuji Rocj Festival '99 No. 2. Winter 1999/2000. Photograophy of Arzuo. The Fashion made by Music. Featuring 22 lives. Field of Dreams (Phography by Arzuo), audience of "Rave Dead", Pavement, Cibo Matto, The Offp[sing, Guitar Wolf, The Sebadoh, E.Yazawa, Preschool and more. No. 3. Spring 2000. Cover SDT+Tequila design. The Fashion made by Music. Featuring 13 lives. George Clinton and P-Funk, All Stars, Primal Scream,Brahman, Heads 326, Noodles, Brian Betze Orchestra, and more. No. 4. Summer 2000, The Fashion made by Music, Access all Area. Phish, Bornded by Blood, Tatoo2000, No. 5. 2001. Cover by Osamu Yamada, contents photography Jyujin Sato. Rcollection of Summertime. Vans Warped Tour 2000; Wire00; High-Lows; Big Rumble; Paul Weller; Music-Believe Girls room, etc.




Nos. 1-6. Société des Journaux et Revues. Jourgaz de Moscou, 1935. Original pictorial covers,well preserved numbers. 22,5x29,5 cm; issues of 42-48 pages.

EUR 1,000.00

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Frontcovers nos. 2 & 3 with photograph by Chaguine resp. Friedland. Photographs by Sossfenev, Chaguine, Alpert, Sternberg, Rodchenko.


SALON ("Salon")

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Düsseldorf, Gerhard Theewen, April 1977 - 1983 (1993).Orig. Wrps.(15 x 21 cm). Issues of ab. 78 to 96 unpaginated pages, perfect bound in white (b/w) illustrated wrappers, some with light tanning, but altogether an excellent set. Rare complete in the original first edition.

EUR 1,000.00

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Conceptual art periodical edited by Gerhard Theewen, with photographs, collages, drawings and text, all original and espressly made by the artists and authors for Salon. In total 11 numbers appeared from 1977-1983 and in 1993 a number 12 was published (entitled "Uniformen der Kunst"by Gerhard Theewen).. Covers of numbers 1-11 are based on photographs by Hans-Peter Feldmann (also contributions by him in nos. 1,6 and 7 which is complete with the loosely laid in Feldmann booklet (strollers and toys15 x 10,5 cm, stapled, 12 pp. w. images.) . Number 6 is the catalogue of the show "Salon Presents" in the Museum Folkwang in Essen, a review of the first five issues and an original contribution by all artists previously published, including: Adamski, Alessandro, Askevold, Barry, Bartolini, Bay, Blume, Bunk, Burden, Carpi, Charlier, Collins, Cumming, Dahn, Disler, Federle, Feldmann, Forman, Höckelmann, Holstein, Hoogstraten, Marx, McLean, Minnich, Much, Odenbach, A. & M. Oehlen, Päs, Paladino, Paolini, Pfeiffer, Richter, Sauer, Scanga, Silber, Titus, Vasquez, Vespa, Weiner, Wilhite, Winnewisser, Zolper j.



Rassegna di teatro.

Anno 1 (Nos. 1-12, complete). 1 maggio - 15 decembre 1923. Bound with front and back covers in a contemp.private binding (lightly soiled and damaged, but internally fine).

EUR 300.00

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Artistically illustrated Italian theatre monthly, directed by Francesco Prandi. The journal existed for the duration of only 7 years, with irregular appearances, and a new series was published only after 1945. This is the complete first year, with coloured illustrated covers by M.Murtas, Enrico Prampolini (collaborator of Dadaism and Futurisn), Mario Pompei, Onorato, and illustrations and line drawings by these and other artists. No. 8 contains complete text of the Chinese drama Ho-Lang-Tan with illustrations by Onorato.



A magazine about the art of fine photography.

No. 12. November/December 1988. Danville/Kentucky. Toy Camera Work. 32 pages. Tabloid, folded. b/w.

EUR 100.00

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Printed on newsprint; Edited by D. Price. Photographs by Emily Evans, Mary Lou Hess, etc.,



The only serious quarterly devoted entirely to the art and history of the silent motion picture.

Nos. 1-17, 19. Cincinnati (Ohio), London, Winter 1968/69-1974. (end of publication ?). The original first editions. 4to; orig. illustrated wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Published by First Media Press. Edited and published by Paul O'Dell and Anthony Slide, at first as a simple roneotyped production, lateron getting more eleborate and illustrated. Added: a poster and some ephemera.



Nrs. 1- 33. (all published) Originally planned as a quarterly magazine. Vienna: Sissi Farassat, 1999 - 2010. All small duodecimo’s (10,5 x 7,4 cm) unpaginated (in between 28 – 100 pages). Some issues stapled, some hand stitched, some unbound , while some in an oblong format + nr 17 as a leporello. Illustrated wrappers.

EUR 2,500.00

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Photographer Sissi Farassat showcasing both her own work and work by 138 other artists - viennese and foreign. Thoughtfully and very personally presented + most issues signed and dated by Farassat; some with looslely inserted original work: in nr. 7 a contact print and original photographs in nrs. 9, 20, 24, 30. Nr. 2 of Sioseh is published as part of Eikon. Internationale Zeitschrift fur Photographie und medienkunst. (Heft 26/27) 1998/1999. Nr. 32 consists of loose contributions by a great number of artists with cut outs, photographs, a cd, a silk screen print, a collage, a drawing etc. all part of a street art/graffiti exhibition. nr. 33, the last issue consists of 94 loose cards in a printed slip case. farassat asked the artists to make for this last issue a contribution around the theme 'selfportrait'. 92 of the artists made such a contribution. ' Thirty-three is what SIOSEH means: the smallest photography magazine in the world. Quite extraordinary how a periodical on photography has made its way into public domain because its second issue is not a publication in its own right but a contribution in another photography journal. Such unique placement is quite typical of SIOSEH whose editor will present each new issue at different locations: cafés, bookshops, boutiques, etc. However, with the presentation of a magazine in another a specific quality was lost, namely, the image of a medium. This is whySIOSEH’s size that makes it so striking: the booklets with 36 to 48 pages are the size of a postcard – needless to say when open […] The buyer holds in his hands something not everybody has access to and only a few know. He thus resembles a collector who looks for beauty in the small and creates a universe of his own with his discoveries. Such clientele is quite like the editor herself who usually finds her topics and authors amongst the friends and acquaintances that she gathers around herself. Yet again, she selects a frame that seems quite familiar: each issue ranges from fashion, travel to black and white photographs and begins with commented portraits that Sissi Farassat herself provides. Nevertheless, the outlines of the topics are almost always blurred: at times fashion photos turn out to be murder stories and a journey could lead to Korea or be along the blockade around Vienna’s Parliament building. Often other genres such as pictograms, film stills or comics are also included. One could say that the editor likes to draw borders just to show that they are essentially permeable. Nevertheless, her path does not lead to arbitrariness— there are too many breaks for it to be the case. Sissi Farassat questions the mainstream by taking it with humor, by regarding it as if it were an exotic universe, curiously registering all that surrounds us and by not following the current dictates of taste (…) SIOSEH is not really a magazine but a work of art. Each of its issues is a minor event and occasions an encounter with its editor... (Excerpt from: Timm Starl, “Dreiunddreißig heißt SIOSEH, die kleinste Fotozeitschrift der Welt,” in: FAZ, Feuilleton, 03. 16. 2001, p. 46, ) eyes on im MUSA: Sissi Farassat "SIOSEH forever" by theartVIEw



Maandelijks filmtijdschrift.

Vol. 1-22. Amsterdam, 1963-1986. Bound, original wrappers preserved.

EUR 400.00

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Profusely illustrated Dutch film magazine, founded by Rob du Mée. An important source of information on the Dutch film industry, with contribs, by Rein Bloem, Jan Blokker, Jan Vrijman, Charles Boost, Nikolai van der Heyde, Pim de la Parra, Wim Verstappen.




Nos. 1-91. Amsterdam, 1968- Nov. 1979. [Nos. 1-26/27 & 61-91 bound in 6 vols. (most ex-library) with wrappers; rest in orig. wrappers.] Illustrated. 4to. Added two memorative issues: nos. 129/130 "15 Jaar!", 1983 & 165 "Jubileumnummer 20 jaar Skrien", 1989 (69 pp.).

EUR 1,000.00

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First ten years of the Dutch avant-garde film magazine. The first 18 issues were stencilled, then published on glossy paper. Ed. by Annette Apon, Ruud Bishoff, Carel Donck, Jan Röfekamp, Edgar Burcksen, Stephan Geerling, Léon de Winter, Gerrard Verhage, Paulien Terreehorst, Karel Dibbets, a.o. This collection includes the separate edition of No. 32 "de enige echte" by Bishoff when he was leaving the ed.-board after a conflict with other members.



Bruce Weber Picturebook: Per Lui Edizione Speciale. Milan, Italy. Conde Nast & Company 1986 Magazine. First edition, first printing.

EUR 250.00

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Photos by Bruce Weber. In PER LUI men's magazine,, special issue, originally appeared with the July/August 1986 issue. Collection of b & w vintage, tinted and full-colour photographs



Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). (Torino), Teatro di Torino ( Frassinelli Tipografo - Torino), 1929 - 1930; 21x16,5 cm., bound h.leather (spine rubbed), with the covers preserved.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Marziano Bernardi for this prestigeous Theatre, a former dance hall, refinanced and restructured by Riccardo Gualino. No. 1: coloured cover. 26 (8) pages, Texts on «Teatro Ebraico Habima», «La stagione d'opera Rossiniana» (staged by Virgilio Marchi), «Gli spettacoli della Almirante-Rissone-Tòfano», «Il teatro di Torino nei primi quattro anni di vita» (staged by Gigi Chessa); No. 2: coloured covers. 20 (6) pages. «Il nostro cinematografo», «Il ritorno di Ruggeri», «La compagnia di Marta Abba», «Serge Prokofieff», «Paul Robeson interprete dell'anima negra», «L'euritmia del Goetheanum di Dornach», «Le danze indù di Uday Shan-Kar», «Libri di teatro»; No. 3: coloured covers. 16 (6), pages: «Tairof», «Jack Hilton e la sua orchestra», «I Sakharoff», «Lo spettacolo di Bragaglia», «Concerti». After 19031 the theatre became property of the broadcasting company (the later RAI); it was destroyed in 1942.



(from no. 2 onw.: TABOE.). Blad voor jonge mensen.

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Amsterdam, Uitgeverij Twen/Uitgeverij Amstelpers. 1960-1961. 26,5 x 34 cm.. 4to., original illustrated wrappers with illustrations and photographs. Set in good clean condition with only light edge- and spine wear.

EUR 400.00

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TWEN Nummer 1:Wie Dit Leest Wordt Gek - TABOE Nummer 2 :Maar 't Went Wel - TABOE Nummer 3 :Samen Wonen Kijk Kijk Kijk Maar - TABOE Nummer 4: Ssst Ssstdijk Soestdijk. Directed by André v.d. Louw, R. Ferdinandusse, a.o.; with contribs. by R. Campert, H. Claus, C. Nooteboom, S. Vinkenoog, Lucebert, Bibeb, Mischa de Vreede, W.F. Hermans, Hans Andreus, Jack Kerouac, Peter Schumacher, Aya Zikken a.o.. ; Oscar van Alphen, Ed van der Elsken, Ata Kando, Joan van der Keuken, Henri Cartier Bresson en Elliot Erwitt (Magnum), Eddy Posthuma de Boer, Leonard Freed en anderen. Omslagen Ed van der Elsken, Eddy Posthuma de Boer, Peter Ruting en Shunk-Kender. Illustraties door oa. Frank Lodeizen, Oey Tjeng Sit, Tomi Ungerer.etc. Covers, ills. and photographs by Oscar van Alphen, Ed van der Elsken, Ata Kando, Joan van der Keuken, Henri Cartier Bresson en Elliot Erwitt (Magnum), Eddy Posthuma de Boer, Leonard Freed, , Peter Ruting en Shunk-Kender. Frank Lodeizen, a.o.



Issue 1 (of an unknown number of issues published, possibly no more). Richmond,Va., Spring 1977. 40 unnumbered pages (some printed on one side only), within stapled paper wrappers. Illustrated throughout, one page with film attached.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Bob Martin, inscribed by him. Contributions by G.Beery, Mrs. B.Byerley, E.Cameron, D.Trotten Chase, B.Farley, M.Gillilan, R.Kostalanetz,,Mark Melkonian, T.Sherman, T.Mcauley, J.Jebb, etc.



Moeurs, Elégantes, Choses du Jour, Fantaisies, Voyages. Théatres, Musique, Modes.

A collection of 160 issues of the New Series between Nos. 1-228. Paris, 1949-1969. With Special Issues Été & Automne 1948 and two Supplementary Issues Les plus belles filles (1963) & Rythmes, formes et beauté (1969). Original pictorial wrappers. Profusely illustrated.

EUR 1,200.00

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The post-war period of this famous French glamour pin-up magazine with numerous photographs of pin-ups and strip-tease stars, but also of movie stars such as Brigitte Bardot, Anita Ekberg, Jane Birkin and Agnès Spaak. Photographs by Bernand, George Henri, Serge de Sazo, Paul de Cordon, André de Diénès a.o. Drawing and covers by Martio. J.-P. Denbis, Pierre Laconte, A. Genta a.o. In one issue a few pages torn at upper-corner. A new series was started on a smaller format in 1970, of which we add the first issue.



A Palm Beach Production / Made in Switzerland. (Continuing Palm Beach News)

- Annoucement of the new title: 4 pages sampling No. 2: including a poster calender and an inserted postcard to ask for the full issue, followed by - Nos. 2-7 (the complete appearance under this title) and a - Number 8 which was published as FLITZ FLYING MAGAZINE. (The first issue was published as 'Palm Beach News'). Basel, November/ December 1976 - November 1977, No. 8 dated 1982.Tabloid size, folded once, With numerous photographs.

EUR 1,500.00

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(Formerly: Palm Beach News, only No.1 published)). Well presented trendy (mostly) photography magazine edited by Beat Presser and Rolf Paltzer, who were the art directors. Nicely laid-out, well designed magazine. This is the sequel to a publication called "Palm Beach News" of which ony a number 1 appeared (Nov./Dec. 1976, not offered here. No. 2: Exclusive Fashion Photography (Paris). Photography by Claude Guillemin, Peter Knapp, Laurence Sackman etc.; (Together with No.2 Annoucement, 4 pages). No. 3: Architecture, Fashion. Photography by Beat Presser, Gunar Larson, Dorotea Quarella, Sackman, Lothar Schmid, Knut Bry, Georg Staerk; Cover: Friedrich Rawyler; large poster by Jo Francki unfolding in the middlespread; No. 4: Movie Issue with Klaus Kinski, Daniel Schmid, Maria Schneider. Shortstories. Experimentalfilm. Fashion; No. 5: UFO's, Soucoupes volantes, YALTA (Chess for three) etc.; photographs of flying saucers etc. from the collection Lou Zinsstag, Basel. Poster by John Thornton; No. 6: Punk Rock, Reggae, Charles Bukowski, Exchange. Photography by Jean Philippe Daulte, Karen Knorr, Annette Weatherman etc.) Poster by Paul Roberts; No. 7: First half of the 20th century. Photography by Francis Hoffmann, Ralph Gibson, etc.; poster by Brion Gysin. No. 8: FLITZ FLYING MAGAZINE. Werner Herzog Magazine (with Klaus Kinski, Claudia Cardinale and Indios).



No. 3 (EROTICA). Fall 1991, by Stephen Gan, James Kaliardos, Cecilia Dean. Visionaire Publishing, New York, 1991. Loose inside original corrugated cardboard cover-portfolio (without the black elastic band), internally mint.

EUR 500.00

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Early issue of Visionaire (quarterly multi-format album of inspiration, a journal of fashion and art, a tribute to creativity ../.. and in this issue, our third, we explore EROTICA). Limited edition of 1000 copies. Photographic illustrations and facsimiles of original artwork by Jean-Paul Goude, Michael Capotosto, Ruben Toledo, Mats Gustafson, Steven Meisel, Andrew Brucker, Elaine Gran, Michael O'Brien, Fran Collin, Noelle Hoeppe, The Lady Bunny, a.o.; includes also "The Rythm of Fashion". The Fall 1991 Collection, story and Photographs by Bill Cunningham. 16 pages of fashion photographs., 4to;



Publicació de Film Video Informació

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Barcelona, 1977-1978. 15,5x 21,3 cm, orig. pictorial wrappers. Together with the Prospectus, announcing the journal, 4 pages (with some discoloration on the right margin.). Rare periodical.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Eugenia Balcelss, Eugenio.Bonet, Manuel Huerga. 1: 'Shirley Temple Story' de Antoni Padrós.; Miseria del cine militante por Jean-Paul Fargier.Un simple historie por Juan Bufill, Entrevista con Marcel Hanoun, Formalismo y política, Entrevista con Anthony McCall por Gautam Dasgupta, Film-Catálisis-Comunicación por Anthony McCall, El sector vídeo a Documenta 6 (Kassel) por Joaquím Dols, Antoni Mercader. 2: Entrevista con Serge Daney; 3 films de Michael Snow; Juan Bufill:Decimo aniversario, Carl Th.Dreyer;Boet/Bufill.Huerga: Hamlet; J.Rabascal:Megalopolis; Chg.H.Morr:Practica 'd Angels Ribe; Ignacio Juliá:Stephane Marti y La ciudad de nueve puertas.


THE WORLD PHOTOGRAPHER SERIES (Sekai Shashin Sakusha Series).

Complete 14 volume series published by Heibonsha, Tokyo, Japanese editions of selected photobooks from all over the world. All with the original decorated wraparounds carton bindings, in good to excellent condition (unless stated below)

EUR 700.00

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- Animals: Big & Little by Ylla (1957) Text in Japanese only. - At a Shipyard by Kimura Ihei (1958) slight spine damage. Text in Japanese and English. - Au Royaume des Neiges Eternelles by Rébuffat, Gaston(1957) Text in Japanese and French. - Children's World by Magnum photographers (Taconis, Seymour, Rodger, Cartier-Bresson, Arnold Morath, Capa and Erwitt). (1957) Text in Japanese only. - Fiesta in Panplona by Morath, Inge (1957. Copyright 1956 by Robert Delpire in Paris. Text in Japanese and French. Text in Japanese only. - Lido's Ballet by Lido, Serge (1958) Text in Japanese only. - Little Ones by Seymour, David (1957) Text in Japanese only. - Moscow by Watanabe Yoshio (1957) Text in Japanese and English. - Mountain by Tabuchi Yukio (1958) Text in Japanese and English. - Nu by Savitry, Emile (1958) Spine damage. Text in Japanese and French. - Ode Maritime by Boubat, Eduard (1957) Text in Japanese and French. - River Kitakami by Sonobe Kiyoshi (1958) Text in Japanese and English. - Scènes d'enfants by Doisneau, Robert (1957) Text in Japane and French. Light cover soilage. - Urumchi by Hamaya Hiroshi (1957) Text in Japanese and English.



Magazine voor mannen.

Years 1-4 (all publ.). Amsterdam, 1979-1982/83, with 2 specimen issues. 4to; original wrappers. Illustrations & photographs.

EUR 500.00

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Trend-setting glossy periodical, ed. by Joop Swart, with innovative design and contribs. by important Dutch artists and photographers (e.g. Paul Huf) and authors (e.g. Eelke de Jong, Aad Nuis, W.L. Brugsma, Wim Bary, Hannes Meinkema, Izzy Abraham), deals with (male-) fashion, autocars, art, creative photography, etc.



Le Magasin de l'Image.

Nos. 14-28, 30, 31, 34, 36-38, 40, 42-44, 46. Paris, 1972-1977. Folio; original wrappers; numerous photographs.

EUR 250.00

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A group of 26 issues of this glossy magazine for photography and design in the seventies, with spectacular colourful covers and photographic illustrations.