FOLIUM- DIGITAL 2020

[#20061]

aaa. AZIONE OFF KULCHUR

Nos.1-3 ( All published). Milano, Tool, 1969 Unbound, as issued, varying sizes; an original mailing envelope added.

EUR 1,500.00

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Published by "Tool Editoria clan destina" directed by Ugo Carrega and Mario Diacono as a sequel to the journal "Tool" (published from 1965-1967 in 6 issues). Concrete and visual poetry, with contributions by the editors and Vincenzo Accame, Luciano Caruso, C.F.Claus, Hans Clavin, Jan Hamilton Finlay, Rolando Mignani, Hidetocho Nagesawa, Joel Rabinowitz, Takahashi Shohachiro, Emilio Vila, etc. (see:Maffei/Peterlini. Riviste d’arte d’avanguardia. Milano, Bonnard, 2005. p.49)

[#20546]

AMENOPHIS

Périodique trimestriel (Revue sous Bandelettes).

Numéros 1-35. Bruxelles,1968-1985. Significant collection of 30 numbers between nos 1 and 35 (plus one special issue of nr. 5 with handwritten dedication ) Various formats, printed in b/w and colour, richly illustrated including some originals. The following numbers are included: No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ,5 special, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, suppl 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 ,16, 17/18 ,19, 20 , 21, 25, 26, 29/30, 31/32, 35.

EUR 6,500.00

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Artist periodical founded by André Morlain, directed by José Goemaere (Lot/Brabant, Belgique), with André Vandegeerde, Marie-Claire Gouat, Robert Kayser, André Morlain, contributions by Charles Autrand, Jean-François Bory, G.Bertini (several contributions, of which 1 coloured) BEN (original signature), No. 5 double, of which on Another copy of issue 5 with only 22 pages loosely inserted in the original covers. The pages seem to be proof prints for issue 5. The cover of this issue with original (different) handwriting by the contributors being a presentation copy for Francois Di Dio: ‘Cet Exemplaire est une incarnation de L”ERREUR nous le DIDIONS a Francois du soleil NOIR. Art pour Art Pur . Notre pharaons reincarne sous l’angle (Noir)Jochen Gerz, Enrico Baj, Claude Moineau, Thierry Agullo, C harles Autrant, Pierre Boujut, Stanislas Defize, Pierre Gallissaires, José Goemaere, Marie-Claire Gouat, Horus, Robert Kayser, Théodore Koenig, Nefertiti, Lucifer, Jean-Marie Le Sidaner, André Miguel, Jean-Claude Moineau, André Morlain, Pierre-Yves, Christian Prigent, La tatane à toutoune, Albin Tzaut, Michel Vachey, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Nicole Verheyden. Details of the issues on request. - Nr. 1. Bruxelles: self published, n.d. Small quarto, 34 pages, illustrated throughout. Wrappers illustrated by Gilbert Herreyns. - n° 2, février 1969 [36 p.] André Morlain, Bonne bible ! / Lieux communs / Comptine à rebours / Interview, poème / Le Rêve passe..., Robert Kayser, Homme-femme, André Miguel, S en ciel, poème, Marie-Claire Gouat, Odabul, José Goemaere, Pour une exposition, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Inédit, Robert Kayser, Questionnaire, Jean L’Anselme. - n° 3, mai 1969 [36 p.] / « Jean L’Anselme » André Miguel, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Jean L’Anselme, … Ill. : Marie-Claire Gouat, Gilbert Herreyns, Robert Kayser, André Morlain. - Nr. 4. AMemNOnPHIS fait une place aux Soleils. Bruxelles: self published, octobre 1969. Square quarto, 42 pages. illustrated throughout. Front cover by Jose Goemaere. - Nr. 5. Aménophis pour voir LEU mONdd à travers lev MONDD. Bruxelles: self published, janvier 1970. Square quarto, 44 pages, illustrated throughout + inserted photogravure by Francois Massal. Front cover by Robert Kayser. The sheet covering the image in place. - Special: Nr. 5. Aménophis pour voir LEU mONdd à travers lev MONDD. Another copy of issue 5 with only 22 pages loosely inserted in the original covers. The pages seem to be proof prints for issue 5. The cover of this issue with original (different) handwriting by the contributors being a presentation copy for Francois Di Dio: ‘Cet Exemplaire est une incarnation de L”ERREUR nous le DIDIONS a Francois du soleil NOIR. Art pour Art Pur. Notre pharaons reincarne sous l’angle (Noir) - Nr. 6. Mai 70. AMEnauFILS. Bruxelles/Paris: Amenophis/Charles Autrand, 1970. Square quarto, 38 pages, illustrated throughout, with original hand colored collage + tipped in thin plastic glove. Illustrated wrappers by Marie Claire Gouat. - Nr. 7. Bruxelles/Paris: Amenophis/ Charles Autrand, Jean-Francois Bory, Aout 1970. Illustrated portfolio illustrated by Robert Kayzer, containing 2 folded posters. Poster 1: ‘La Cocote des Arts’ (68 x 54 cm unfolded, printed in red) by Marie-Claire Gouat, Robert Kayzer, Nicolas Poster 2 (61 x 53 cm unfolded, printed in blue) ‘Trop Milles millions de milliards de trop pas de vis universel trop simple trop de O zeros” Texte Morlain Graph Kayzer. - Nr. 8. Poster. J.F.Bory;, printed in black on white paper, 56,5x45,5 cm. folded 3 times [septembre 1970) - Nr. 9. Bruxelles : Amenophis, octobre 1970. Square quarto, un paginated, 44 pages of which two fold-outs. - Contributions by Thierry Agullo, Charles Autrant, Gianni Bertini, Etienne Bertozzi, Daniel Biga, Robert Kayzer, Dr Leon, Werner Lambersy, André Miguel, Cécile Miguel, Norge, Clemente Padin, Michele Perfetti, Jean-Marie Le Sidaner, Christian Tobas, Jean-François Bory, Jochen Gerz, Roland Flexner, Marie-Claire Gouat, Jean-Claude Moineau, André Morlain, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Chimele Vernon, Nicolas & Inconnu. - Nr. 10. Poster. Littérature Policière, Série Noire. J.C.Moineau; adressed and mailed to Gianni Bertini. 10 décembre 1970. (With two staple-holes; this has possibly been originally stapled to another piece, which we do not have) - Nr. 11. 2 Posters, Azerty, mars 1971 & C'Est une histoire..,Ivan Alechin. Together with: Supplément au n° 11. Rotterdam: Kunstcentrum ‘t Venster, September 1970. Bruxelles / Paris / Milano: Amenophis / Charles Autrand/ Jean Michel, 1970. Square quarto, 14 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. . Published on the occasion of an art manifestation held in ‘t Venster (Rotterdam), from September 5 25, 1970. - Nr. 12. Made in Italy, 1971. Bruxelles: Amenophis, 1971. Yellow printed envelope containing 12 mimeographed contributions printed on different colored stock. - . Contributions by Salvatore Passarella, Sergio Dangelo, Nicolas, Besozzi and Emilio Cremonesi a.o. (This copy belonged to Gianni Bertini and was mailed to him) - Nr. 13. Decmbre 1971. One sheet, 61x43 cm., folded to 22x15,5 cm., b/w. Together with supplement: a brown envelope "Cette enveloppe contient des graines d;Utopie"; adressed to Gianni Berrtini - Nr. 14. Mars 1973. Bruxelles/ Paris: Amenophis, 1973. Tall quarto, un paginated, (42 pages), illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. (portrait d’apres nature d’un enzyme glouton). Wrappers lightly foxed towards edges. - Nr. 15. Bruxelles: Amenophis, fevrier 76. Quarto, 44 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers by Eliane Maurissen. - Nr. 16. si ce héros ne vous plait pas Amenohis peut vous en offrir un autre. Bruxelles: Amenophis, decembre 76. Quarto, 60 pages (+ a 28 pages insert by Justine Envermer), illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers by R. Kayser. - Nrs. 17-18. Special Nourriture. Bruxelles: Amenophis, Mars 1979. Quarto, 96 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers (le saucisson utilize en couverture a ete grassement prete pa la firme Van den Bouf). - Nrs. 19. Le Pied. Bruxelles: Amenophis, novembre/ decembre, 1980. Quarto, 60 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. - Nr. 20. Autopsy I. Bruxelles: Amenophis, Juillet / Aout-Septembre, 1980. Quarto, 48 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. - Nrs. 21. Autopsy II. Bruxelles: Amenophis, Juillet, 1980. Quarto, 66 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. This issue with an original signed and numbered (77/100) lithograph by Pierre Pourbaix. - Nr. 25. On lui a tout pris et elle ne se révolte pas. Bruxelles: Amenophis, Juin, 1983. Quarto, 58 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. Wrappers by Roland Topor. Second half of this volume damped and some waving pages toward the end. - Nr. 26. Le hareng mystique. Bruxelles: Amenophis, novembre, 1983. Small quarto, 84 pages, Illustrated throughout + one original 'montagemanuel d'une bande magnetique' by Jean Francois Lacroix. Illustrated wrappers. - Nrs. 29-30. Le Trou. Bruxelles: Aménophis, mars - juin, 1985. Folio, 80 pages, illustrated throughout, Illustrated wrappers. - Nrs. 31-32. La dérive des continents. Bruxelles: Aménophis, 1985. Folio, 80 pages, illustrated throughout, Illustrated wrappers. Contributions by Arbizzani, Barzin, Bertola, Bragard, Burgaud, Chaty, Colaux, Collignon, Colot, Compere, Criel, Darbellay, De Taeye, Devil, Gasmi, Gouat, Joos, Kayser, Lefevre, Mastin, Mawet, Morlain, Nupi, Orester, Petchanatz, M&G Piqueray, Pochet, Puttemans, Reszohazy, Tania, Trentini, Vancluysen and Vinche. Added: Supplement A (no date) Poster "Oproject for the World"No 5. Tobas. - A more detailed list with the contributors to the individual issues on request. n° 2, février 1969 [36 p.] André Morlain, Bonne bible ! / Lieux communs / Comptine à rebours / Interview, poème / Le Rêve passe..., Robert Kayser, Homme-femme, André Miguel, S en ciel, poème, Marie-Claire Gouat, Odabul, José Goemaere, Pour une exposition, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Inédit, Robert Kayser, Questionnaire, Jean L’Anselme, - Aménophis, n° 3, mai 1969 [36 p.] / « Jean L’Anselme » André Miguel, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Jean L’Anselme, … Ill. : Marie-Claire Gouat, Gilbert Herreyns, Robert Kayser, André Morlain. Publication continued till no 38.

[#17544]

APPROCHES

Revue de recherches.

Nos. 1- 4. (all published). Paris: Les Carnets de l'Octéor, Nouvelle série. Jean-Francois Bory, 1965-68. 4 issues in generally good condition (complete with the flex-disk and fold-outs in no 4, detailed below).

EUR 1,500.00

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Direction: Jean-François Bory, Julien Blaine. Contributors: the editors and J. Furnival, F. Popper , P. & I. Garnier, J. L.Brau, F. Dufrêne, H.Chopin, B.Heidsieck, C. McCarthy, Ian Hamilton Finlay, E. Gomringer, G. Bertini, S. Niikuni, M. Bense, B. Grogerova, Paul de Vree, Adr.Spatola, Claude Pelieu, Heinz Gappmayr, Jochen Gerz, Alain Schifres, Jean-Claude Moineau, Timm Ulrichs, Bob Cobbing, Edg.A.Vigo, Fr.Vaccari, a.o. No.1: Paris, Les Carnets de l'Octéor, Nouvelle série, 1965. Panoramique de la poésie expérimentale (19 x 11 cm, 121 pp with b&w illustrations and concrete poems throughout. wrappers, loosening in the spine, otherwise nice clean copy). No.2: 1966. L'Erotisme dans la poésie matérielle.(21 x 14 cm 130 pp with b&w illustrations. wrappers, tear to spine o.w. very good). "L'érotisme dans la poésie matérielle". Cover by Cat Parczewska. No.3: Vers un nouveau langage.(20 x 17 cm 206 pp with numerous typographic illustrations. wrappers, a little dusty and marked on cover o.w. very good). "Vers un nouveau langage". No.4:1969. Cinq trajets. (21 x 18 cm 176 pp with b&w illustrations, cut-outs, fold-outs etc. wrappers, light fading and wear on cover o.w. very good). "Cinq trajets", complete with the flex-disk by Jean-Claude Moineau.

[#16077]

BARBARBER

Tijdschrift voor teksten.

Nos. 1-91 (all published, nos-1-87 of the first series and nos 88-91 published later, see below)..Amsterdam, 1958-1971 and 1989-1999/2019.. Original wrappers; tall narrow folio (no. 1, 8vo.); till no 35 stencilled.. No. 75 is the record by Jan Hanlo. All in original first edition and in good condition (except some damage on lower part of front-cover of no. 7 and no 9 in photocopy) ADDITIONS: nr. 47B (= Gemeen Goed Uitgave nummer 3, december 1976; a small portfolio) - Barbarber 1968: Vouwblad met 3 gedichten. Folded sheet. Edited, numbered, and signed by the three poets: J. Bernlef, G. Brands, K. Schippers, in only 50 copies. - Numbers 88 and 89 (Published 19 years later) Barbarber 88. Oude kuk Reinold Kuipers: c'est notre père. N.pl. (Amst.), J. Bernlef, G. Brands and K. Schippers, "26 augustus 1989", (4)p., linocut by P.Y. DE VRIES, printed by Ser J.L. Prop in 75 copies, orig. wr., sm. folio. = "Deze uitgave is gemaakt voor Reinold Kuipers, ter gelegenheid van zijn vijfenzeventigste verjaardag (...) Barbarber 89. N.pl. (Amst.), Barbarber, 1990, bottle of wine (Côtes du Ventoux, Domaine la Reynarde 1988) w. printed colophon label on the back. - Sm. scratch on front label. = Very rare, unopened bottle. "Barbarber 89 verschijnt in een oplage van 144 exemplaren in februari 1990. Elk nummer is door de redactie gesigneerd." Signed by J. BERNLEF, G. BRANDS and K. SCHIPPERS. PLUS: Together with No. 90 (Barbarber Alfabet). Amsterdam, Em.Querido,1990. 3975 pages, bound, with orig. wrapper: by J. Bernlef, G. Brands and K. Schippers; -No. 91. Barbarbar DVD. 1991. and extra edition: BBB-Extra Zending. Published by Demian at the occasion of the exhibition in Antwerp 2018/2019.

EUR 5,000.00

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Edited by J. Bernlef, G. Brands and K. Schippers. Extremely rare complete set (initially from an edition of 100 copies only) of one of the most influential periodicals of literary avant-garde and innovation in The Netherlands, following and continuing the Generation of the Fifties. Experimental and concrete poetry, ready-mades, by o.a. Buddingh, van Geel, Jan Hanlo, Jos Ruting, T.M.F. Steen, Campert, M. Stigter, Bert Voeten, E. Warries, a.o.

[#12379]

DIE BOETTCHERSTRASSE

Internationale Zeitschrift.

Jahrgang 1-2 no. 2 (=all publ.). Bremen, Angelsachsen Verlag, 1928-1929. Tog. 14 issues; folio; original pictorial wrappers (in good condition,only lightly frayed); kept in cloth-over-boards box. A nice set.

EUR 500.00

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Elaborately produced art- and general cultural monthly, sponsored by the proprietor of the coffee-factory "Kaffee Hag" ("Sanka") L. Roselius, whose main-offices were in the Böttcherstrasse in Bremen, where he opened an intellectual center. Next to him Bernh. Hoetger and Georg Eltzschig were the editors of this luxurious publication with numerous illustrations, photographs, colour-plates, tipped-in ills. and supplements. Issues are often devoted to special topics like Modern Architecture, Women's Movement, World Press, Travels, Nordic Countries, Indo German, Technics, Philosophy, etc.; contribs. include: Brod, Corbusier, Döblin, Loerke, Mendelsohn, Wright, Zuckmayer, G. Biermann, L. Klages, etc.; the first issues list the names of an impressive number of internationally outstanding contributors and correspondents.

[#20771]

Lucio FONTANA

Museumjournaal, serie 9, no 5/6.COVER design, with punched holes, by FONTANA. Stichting Kunstpublicaties, Otterlo,1958/59. Softcover, frontcover with punched holes and signed in print by Fontana, the perforations done by Jan Henderikse and Henk Peeters on a design by Fontana. A very important number as this was at the same time an important Zero/Nul issue with " Yves Klein-blue"" opening page. Very well preserved, unmarked and untrimmed clean copy.

EUR 1,200.00

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With contributions by H. de Vries, Henk Peeters(on Zero/Nul)Hans Sleutelaar, W.A.L.Beerens (on Armando). (Ruhe/Rigo Fontana Bibl., p. 205)

[#20691]

Lucio FONTANA

ARK No. 24, with cover design by Fontana, green cover with (hand-made) punched holes. London, October 1958. (16)48(12)pages with folding insert. Untrimmed, and fine condition, 27x21,8 cm.. Inside front cover text printed in green and orange. Together with the promotional leaflet,10x21,5 printed in gold on shiny black paped,folded once (this was originaklky intende to be wrapped around the cover, and is now loosely inserted inside, fine.

EUR 2,500.00

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This is the green version of the cover (there was also a similar version in Orange). Contains also by Fontana: Technical Manifesto,presented at the 1st Inter.Congress of Proportionat the 9th Triennale,Milano 1947, w.commentary by Lawrence Alloway (pages 4-7) Complete with Pochoir by Michael Davies and the folding inserted sheet Ëvery Which Way (project for a film) by Robyn Denny & Richard Smith, and Leaning Tower of Venice (Ralph Rumney). Also litho insert on p. 3. This is an issue of the periodical ARK of the Royal College of Art, London, published from 1950-1973 (Ruhe/Rigo Fontana Bibl., p 204).

[#20769]

Piero HELICZER

The Plays of Piero Heliczer

Volume III: Haruno B U, The Blue Centaur, Bessie Smith. Paris: Dead Language Press, 1971. First edition of 100 copies. 4to; 13 leaves mimeogeraphed on recto and verso, with illustrated yeallos coversheet, bound with a green clip into glassine covers. The glassine scratches and cloudy with someedge damed, the contents,inside covers and text pages are in very good clean condition, undamaged. SIGNED by Heliczer on front cover. .

EUR 1,000.00

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Small run from the Dead Language Press. Contents are three Plays by Helicze, and an interview with Heliczer by Terry Ork oon the last page and inside front cover, which also contains a list of Dead Language distributed titles.

[#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.

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.

[#16520]

META

Moderne Kunst und Poesie (from no.3 onw: Monatszeitschrift für zeitgenössische experimentelle Kunst und Poesie).

No. 8: Kunst und Poesie aus Österreich und Dänemark. - Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, april 1952, sm.4to, stapled, 10pp. ills.b/w. Added: original lithograph by K.O.Götz, Edited by Karl-Otto Götz. Reprod. of works by Edgar Jené, Maria Lassing, Kurt Weber, Wilhelm Freddie, Sven Dalsgaard, poems by Hanns Weissenborn, Michael Guttenbrunner, Max Hölzer, Paul Celan, Ove Abildgaard, vg, german text.1953

EUR 900.00

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Edited by Karl-Otto Götz. Reprod. of works by Edgar Jené, Maria Lassing, Kurt Weber, Wilhelm Freddie, Sven Dalsgaard, poems by Hanns Weissenborn, Michael Guttenbrunner, Max Hölzer, Paul Celan, Ove Abildgaard, vg, german text.

[#20850]

META

Moderne Kunst und Poesie (from no.3 onw: Monatszeitschrift für zeitgenössische experimentelle Kunst und Poesie).

A group of Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (out of 10 published). No. 4: Junge Maler und Poeten in Paris. Edited by Karl-Otto Götz - Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, Febr.1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp, ills, b/w., poems by Paul Meyer, Edouard Jaguer, Max Clarac-Serou, reprod. of works by Francis Bott, Matta, Henri Goetz, Henry Nouveau, Tajiri, *added: leaflet with poems by Mayer and Clarac-Serou, Jaguer* (loose as issued) vg, german text No. 5: Meta Junge Maler u. Poeten in England - Edited by Karl-Otto Götz.Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, März.1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp, ills, b/w., poems by Maurice Carpenter, Crieff Williamson, reprod. of works by Peter Lanyon, Charles Howard, Alan Davie, William Gear, Stephen Gilbert, vg, german text (with the loosely inserted green sheet with english translations). No. 6. Frankfurt am Main, Verlag Neue Presse GmbH, Juli 1951. Size (h/w): 18,5 x 20 cm. 8 pp. Original self-wrappers. Illustrated. Very good copy, light wear to covers. "Junge Maler und Poeten in Holland". Original woodcut in colour on frontpage by Ger Gerrits. Publishes work by Cobra-artists Constant, Wolvenkamp, Appel, Brands, Rooskens, Lucebert, Elburg and Schierbeek. No. 7: Deutsche Kunst und Poesie der gegenwart. Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, november 1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp. (Spine splitting, very light toning, but overal an excellent copy).ills.b/w. Cover: original coloured woodcut by K.O.Götz, Added: original coloured lino by S. Stolpe No. 8: Kunst und Poesie aus Österreich und Dänemark. - Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, april 1952, sm.4to, stapled, 10pp. ills.b/w. Added: original lithograph by K.O.Götz, Edited by Karl-Otto Götz. Reprod. of works by Edgar Jené, Maria Lassing, Kurt Weber, Wilhelm Freddie, Sven Dalsgaard, poems by Hanns Weissenborn, Michael Guttenbrunner, Max Hölzer, Paul Celan, Ove Abildgaard, vg, german text.1953

EUR 3,500.00

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[#16474]

META

Moderne Kunst und Poesie (from no.3 onw: Monatszeitschrift für zeitgenössische experimentelle Kunst und Poesie).

No. 4: Junge Maler und Poeten in Paris. Edited by Karl-Otto Götz - Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, Febr.1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp, ills, b/w., poems by Paul Meyer, Edouard Jaguer, Max Clarac-Serou, reprod. of works by Francis Bott, Matta, Henri Goetz, Henry Nouveau, Tajiri, *added: leaflet with poems by Mayer and Clarac-Serou, Jaguer* (loose as issued) vg, german text

EUR 450.00

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[#16518]

META

Moderne Kunst und Poesie (from no.3 onw: Monatszeitschrift für zeitgenössische experimentelle Kunst und Poesie).

No. 6. Frankfurt am Main, Verlag Neue Presse GmbH, Juli 1951. Size (h/w): 18,5 x 20 cm. 8 pp. Original self-wrappers. Illustrated. Very good copy, light wear to covers.

EUR 800.00

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"Junge Maler und Poeten in Holland". Original woodcut in colour on frontpage by Ger Gerrits. Publishes work by Cobra-artists Constant, Wolvenkamp, Appel, Brands, Rooskens, Lucebert, Elburg and Schierbeek.

[#16519]

META

Moderne Kunst und Poesie (from no.3 onw: Monatszeitschrift für zeitgenössische experimentelle Kunst und Poesie).

No. 7: Deutsche Kunst und Poesie der gegenwart. Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, november 1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp. (Spine splitting, very light toning, but overal an excellent copy).ills.b/w. Cover: original coloured woodcut by K.O.Götz, Added: original coloured lino by S. Stolpe

EUR 800.00

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Ed. By Karl-Otto Götz. With hand coloured orig. woordcut on frontcover by K.O.Götz, and an orig. woodcut in black and orange by S. Stolpe (loosely inserted). Reprod. of works by Götz, Carl Buchheister, Hann Trier, Willi Baumeister, Otto Greis, poems by Franz Mon, Hübner, Lothar Klünner, Anneliese Hager.

[#16517]

META

Moderne Kunst und Poesie (from no.3 onw: Monatszeitschrift für zeitgenössische experimentelle Kunst und Poesie).

No. 5: Meta Junge Maler u. Poeten in England - Edited by Karl-Otto Götz.Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, März.1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp, ills, b/w., poems by Maurice Carpenter, Crieff Williamson, reprod. of works by Peter Lanyon, Charles Howard, Alan Davie, William Gear, Stephen Gilbert, vg, german text (with the loosely inserted green sheet with english translations).

EUR 500.00

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[#20711]

PSYCHEDELICATESSEN

Sales catalog collection of "Psychedelicatessen" the first headshop in New York to sell a wide variety of drugs, pipes, rolling machines, paper, scales, glass beads, all that was needed for smoking and tripping, Edited and produced by Rick Sanders Southworth and Susan Swede, illustrated by John Ka. New York: Psychedelicatessen, 1967. Unpaginated. 14 unbound sheets (printed on both sides, and 2 printed recto only in a variety of colours offset from holograph text and illustration, inside the pink silk screen printed wrappers). Together with two stamped and postmarked manila envelopes in which these had been sent to a customer in New Jersey (and two more wrappers). All sheets near fine, the two manila envelopes bear the signs of being through the mail. One envelope has a b/w illustration by psychedelicatessen, and both contain the psychedelicatessen stamp.

EUR 4,000.00

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Psychedelicatessen was located at 164 Avenue A between 10th and 11th Streets - just up the block from Tompkins Square Park, around the corner from the Peace Eye Bookstore, and a few blocks from the Fillmore East -- the Pyschedelicatessen was at the center of psychedelia and counterculture on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. This collection of sheets comes from the silkscreened catalogs of products offered for sale which were mailed to a customer in New Jersey. "Opened in 1966, the store immediately drew widespread attention. Though open for less than two years, the Psychedelicatessen was written up in Time magazine, the subject of a photo-essay in OZ, and satirized on the NBC television program, Jack Benny’s Bag. It is described in some detail in Fug You, the memoir of Ed Sanders, and the Fugs even played at least one show there.The shop was also subject to police harassment from the very beginning and on June 22, 1968, the Psychedelicatessen was finally shut down. Rick Southworth and Susan Swede were apparently not just proprietors of this early headshop, but also the leaders of a new religious movement / psychedelic cult, The Church of Mysterious Elation. As detailed in the New York Daily News ("Raid Hippie Cult, Seize $6M Dope", Friday, September 27, 1968, p. 5), their home and church, and then their store, were raided by the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs and "10 pounds of hashish, believed the largest haul of that drug in New York City; 11 pounds of marijuana; 4,500 tablets of LSD; 1,500 tablets of speed, 150 mescaline capsules and 150 tablets of various hallucinogens" were seized."

[#19126]

RADICAL SOFTWARE

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 very 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

[#17432]

REVUE DE MOSCOU

Bimestriel.

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.

[#18504]

SNIFFIN' GLUE

And Other Rock'n'Roll Habits for a bunch of bleeding idiots (subtitles change)

Numbers 3-12 (=last published). November 1976 -n.d.(end of 1977). London.Quarto; offset printed recto and verso, and stapled at upper left corner. Some light, general edgewear, but altogether a wonderful well preserved document. Complete with the flexi-disk that came with No. 12.

EUR 4,800.00

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Important set of this rare UK Punk zine. Founded by Mark Perry, and aided by friends Danny Baker and Steve Micalef, Sniffin' glue was an alternative voice to the mainstream music papers, covering the punk music scene at a time when little else was available, running to a total of 12 issues. - No. 3. London, September 1976. 10 xeroxed sheets, printed on rectos, brass staple in left upper corner, excellent condition with only some trivial wear and tiny spot on the back cover. Front cover photo of Bryan Jones of The Damned, interview with that group, also Iggy Pop, Sex Pistorls, partial interview with Johnny Rotten etc. - No. 4. London, October 1976. 10 xeroxed sheets, sbrass staple in left upper corner. Minor creasing and wear, very light shaving to front cover, most likely already occurred during the production process. Featuring The Clash, Buxxcocks, Saints, Patty Smith new LP, etc. - No. 5. November 1976. 10 pages, corner stapled. Eddie and the Hot Rods, The Subway Sect+ Chelsea, Anarchy in the singles!, Eddie and the Hot Rods. Cover photo of Barrie Masters by Michael Beal. Editor Mark P, (also layout), with Steve Mick, Michael Beal, Sheila Rock, Subway Sect (photos). - No.6. January 1977. 13 pages, corner stapled. Sex Pistols (the full version of an article by Perry published in Time Out magazine, photos), Eater, Generation X, Chelsea, Clash cover photo by Sheila Rock, other photos by Erica Echenberg, Harry T. Murlowski & Jill Furmanovsky, scene news and reviews - No. 7. February 1977. 14 pages, corner stapled. Photos: Harry T. Murlowski. The Adverts. The Gorillas, Roxy Club News, Dobn Letts interview, Erica's (Erica Echenberg) Hang Ups (Photos)The Damned. - No. 8. March 1977, 14 pages, corner stapled. Mark P. Editor; Harry T. Murlowsky, Photographer; Steve Mick, Bump and grind stories. New York Invasion ! Heartbreakers, Cherry Vanilla, Wayne County, Buzzcocks, The Jam, The Clash, Qwhite Riot, Brian James,Damned. - No.9. April/May 1977. 14 pp. Guest-edited by Steve Mick with contributions from Mark Perry, Harry T. Mulowski, Danny Baker, Erica Echenberg, Jill Furmanovsky & Caroline Coon. Features the Models, the Cortinas, The Damned,Joey Ramone drawing of Dee-Dee ('Don't Punk Out'), news, reviews including the Damned in Great Malvern and New York,The Clash, Johnny Moped, The Jam, The Saints, The Stranglers, Skrewdriver, Eddie & the Hot Rods, Elvis Costello, Blondie, and more - including several great period ads. including one from Shane MacGowan for a drummer in the Erect Nipples. - No.10. June - 1977. 14pp. No longer edited by Steve Mick, with significant input from Danny Baker as well as Perry. Chelsea, Johnny Moped, reviews incl. Clash / Buzzcocks / Subway Sect at the Rainbow, full page ad for Sex Pistols/God Save the Queen. Photos by Jill Furmanovsky, Erica Echenberg, Harry T. Murlowski, Caroline Coon & Michael Clifford. 'With Sniffin' Glue the relevant issues are 1-4 and 9 to 12' (Baker). Very minor creasing and wear. - No. 11. July 1977. London, 1977. 28 pages. Edited by Mark Perry and Danny Baker. Includes letter from Mick Jones and Robin Crocker of The Clash, article on Jonathan Richman, reviews, ads (New York Dolls, Squeeze, etc.), Erica's Hang-Up, Music from the dead factory, Speed London Press,. Get Funked, and more. - No. 12. [publisher: Rough Trade, London] Quarto; 14pp. stapled at upper left corner. Some light, general edgewear; final page is detached, though original staple is still intact; Together with Alternative TV's 'Love Lies Limp' flexi disc, unplayed, and still in the original insert sleeve; Fine. This final issue features a detailed history of Chiswick Records, show review of the Sham's at The Vortex, a nice Clash photo insert, a write-up on Generation X, and several articles. Perry stopped Sniffin' Glue with number 12, about the same time he suggested that punk had been assimilated into the music industry. A clean copy complete with the original flexi-disc that's usually missing.

[#11017]

SPEKTRUM

Vierteljahresschrift für Dichtung und Graphik (also: Vierteljahresschrift für Originalgraphik und Dichtung).

Nos. 1-133 (=all publ.). Zürich, 1958-1992. Folio; original loose issues; nos 1-94 kept in 10 plain black portfolios.Complete set.

EUR 2,500.00

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Ed. by S. Knebel & F. Rellstab; contains hundreds of original graphics by all the leading artists. Woodcuts a.o. by Faesi, Liemann, Vennekamp, Waldschmidt, Staeck, I. Reiner, Rössing, Fuchs, Rohse, Meckel, Grieshaber, and artists-issues no. 25 (Grieshaber, 8 woodcuts), 48 (Hansen-Bahia (12 woodcuts); 51 (Durer, with 7 woodcuts by Grieshaber); 58 (Griechenland, with 7 woodcuts by Grieshaber). Contribs. by Artmann, Bachmann, Celan, Eich, Dürrenmatt, Enzensberger, Walse, Kaschnitz, Bobrowski, Fuchs, Grass, Kunert, a.o.

[#16450]

LE TÉMOIN

A group of 9 issues of the rare "first" Témoin of which 5 years were published prior to WW1 (a revival was published from 1933-1935, again initiated by Paul Iribe, and prior to WW2). Available are Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. (4e Année); 17 avril - 29 mai 1909. Light foxing, but otherwise good. 3e Année : No. 25, 20 juin 1908 (La vérité sur le discours de Guillaume II). Soiled and a bit damaged; and 3e Année: No. 49 (n.d.) which is L'Affaire Steinheil.

EUR 1,500.00

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With partly coloured full-page illustrations by Paul Iribe, Fernand Fau, Juan Gris, Xavier Gosé, Polida, Grossmann, Portalez, Florane, W. Howard, Florane, George Delaw a.o.

[#20702]

LE TÉMOIN

Dir.: Paul Iribe.

Nos. 1-69 (all publ.). Paris, 10 déc. 1933 - 30 juin 1935. Rare complete set, in original parts as issues, not trimmed..Folio (except no. 48-56, which are tabloïd-size). The first 43 numbers (comprising years 1933-34) are loose in the rare original publishers bindingcase, all in excellent condition, the binding case with some wear to the clothbacked spine. Nos. 44-69 are loose,unbound, (Nos. 48-56 which are tabloïds, are folded in the middle). Issues of this section are sometimes a little britte, rusting staples and 5 issues with light damage (the final issue bottom&spine damaged,but image and text intact).. Altogether however a very good set, quite rare as complete as offered here. Folio, bound in 2 vols. Contemp.cloth with title-shields (except no. 48-56, which are tabloïd-size, folded in four, contained in a folder at the end volume 2). Very good clean set, only slightly trimmed.

EUR 7,000.00

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Artistically high-ranking, vigorous French nationalist satirical weekly, 16 pp. per issue, with illustrations by Paul Iribe, Chas. Laborde, J. Villemont, Sennep, Vertès, P. Laurier, a.o. Acting against upcoming Fascism. All issues have on the front and back page a satirical drawing by Iribe in "tri-colour", many of which have become quite famous. Iribe was close to the couturier Coco Chanel, and used her face to depict French "Marianne" in many of the images. This is the complete second series of Le Témoi by Iribe whihg was published earlier.

[#20204]

ZWEITSCHRIFT

Edited by Uta Erlhoff, Michael Erlhoff (and Lutz Jörgens).

Nos. 1-10 (all published). Hannover, 1976-1982. 4to (except no 3 which is 29x17cm, no 8 which is oblong and no 9 and 10 which are 24x15,5cm), orig. illustrated wrappers.

EUR 2,500.00

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Edited by Uta Brandes-Erlhoff & Michael Erlhoff, later with Paul Komor, Harald Weltzer. "In der Zweitschrift werden theoretische Aufsätze verschiedener Argumentationsweisen zu unterschiedlichen Themen veröffentlicht…..(literatur, bildende kunst, photographie, musik, architektur, …)..und sie sollen spaß an der Zweitschrift haben." Original contributions as follows: No.1: Contributions by Albrecht D., R. Filliou, T. Ulrichs, Ben, G. Rühm a.o.; No.2:“Neue Musik”: 112pp. Contributors: G. Brecht, J. Cage, G. Chiari, V. Export, A. Kaprow, A. Knowles, P. Weibel, T. Ulrichs, J. Gerz, D. Iannone, H. Flynt a.o.; No. 3: “Architecture + Cities” 113pp. Contributors: K. Wetzel, Christo, F. Janicot, J. Voss, B. and H. Becher, D. Oppenheim a.o.; No. 4/5: "Framed ist der fremde...”: Contributions by D. Buren, P. Corner, U. Carrion, V. Export, G. Rühm, P. Oliveros, T. Ulrich, On Kawara, L. Weiner a.o.; No.6: "How to Write in Bielefeld”: Contributions by G. Rühm, P. Garnier, G. Guben, J. Adler, T. Ulrichs, J. Gerz a.o.; No.7." IKG. Internationales Künstler Gremium. 1979/80. 4to, 104 pages, numerous photographic illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.-Documents the "Internationales Künstler Gremium", founded in 1979. Contributions by Bazon Brock, Michael Buthe, Herbert Distel, Lili Fischer, Karl Gerstner, Gotthard Graubner, Johannes Grützke, Max Imdahl, Bernd Koberling, Kasper König, Meret Oppenheim, Nam June Paik, Klaus Rinke, Rainer Ruthenbeck, Jean Tinguely, Timm Ulrichs, Ben Vautier, Oswald Wiener Lawrence Weiner and many others; No.8: "M.U.(Z.I.E. K.)”105pages + wrappers. Contributions by D. Roth, R. Crozier, B. Heidsieck, P. Weibel, S. Hanson, C. Morrow. Nam Jun Paik, Kippenberger + S.O. 36 , Lugus, Peter Pakesch, a.o. Joint: 45 rpm single by Monsti Wiener and Valie Export (Capri-Fischer/ Bananen).; No. 9: also entitled and numbered as COPIE1: (24x15,5cm). 30pp. W. Hein, F. Heubach, Jack Ox; No. 10: Hannover, 1982: Gleichsam. (24x15,5 cm), 78pp. Rolf-Peeter Baacke, Uta Brandes, Ingrid Buschmann, Michael Erlhof, Gerrti Fietzek. With Flex-disk: " Luxus. All songs written by R.P.Baacke, 1982."