Cat. 302 Part 1

Conceptualism, Concrete and Visual Poetry, A-L

[#19431]

317 QUARTERLY MAGAZINE

No. 1. Tokyo 1975. 12 pages in orig. wrappers; spine stapled (lightly stained spine and backwrapper). Published by Shimizu Toshihiko.

EUR 300.00

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Experiments in visual poetry. Editors Shimizu Toshihiko, Ito Motoyuki, Takahashi Shohachiro. Text in Japanese. Contribs by Emmett Williams, Heinz Grappmeyr, Paul de Vree, Augusto de Campos, Jiri Valoch, Eugenio Miccini, etc.

[#19245]

468 REVISTA GRAFICA EXPERIMENTAL

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Ediciones Lorito Tinto. Buenos Aires, Abril 1985-Marzo 1991. Each issue in a different colour card folder with an original ilustration (collage) on the front, containing loose leaves with prints, (colour) woodcuts, collages, xerox, rubber stamps, various printing techniques, paper stocks and even hand drawn illustrations and elaborately folded sheets (in no 3). xerox and dot matrix computer printing as well as woodblocks (style of of Vigo) and other means; folders size 16x21,5 cm. Each with one to six round punch-holes on the bottom corresponding with the issue number. Limited editions of 200. Most contributions are signed. All in excellent condition apart from some occasional light wear and very light foxing on the folders. Ano 1 No. 1. Abril 1985. 15 leaves and 2 double (one in colour). Ano 1 No. 2. (n.d. 1985?). 11 leaves and 1 double. Ano 2 No. 3. (n.d., 1986 ?). 11 leaves and 1 double. No. 4 Julio 87. 10 leaves and 1 double (of which no 10 on tabloid-size folded newsprint). No. 5 Marzo 90. 14 leaves. No. 6 Marzo 91. 14 leaves.

EUR 7,000.00

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Director: Carlos Gregorio Pamparana. No. 1: Contribs. By Claudia del Rio, Francis Picabia, Sixto Gonzalez, Adriana Scattolin, Elvirar Pereyra (cover design), E.A. Vigo (from Hexagono) Cordel, Grupo "Fos". No. 2: (Cow Town Art, First day of issue). Contributors: Enrique Aarau, Liliana Grinberg, Graciella G. Marx (with stam in silver on front cover, and probably the artist of the collage), Gustavo Larsen, Elvira Pereyra, Hilda Paz, Mariella Rothberg. Some contributions signed, numbered and with some rubber stamping. No. 3: Front cover collage by Eduardo Zabalet. Back cover with woodcut and blindstamping. Eds. Adriana Scattoli, Elvra Perayram Contributors: Javier Portela Goyana, Lido Iacopetti, Mariela Rotheberg, Marta Cesarono, Enrique Arau, Alfredo Mauderli. Page 7 with hand drawn illustrations and elaborately folded sheets. No. 4: Cover by Edgardo Antonio Vigo (with blindstamped oval figure, back cover "Anteproyecto de proyecto: realizacion de una tapa de revista). Contribs Ana Perrota,Maria de los Angeles de Rueda, Hilda Paz, Emilio enart, Mario Daniel Gemin, E.A.Vigo, Cecilia Aguero, Daniel Besoytaorube, Julien Blain: tabloid-size folded newsprint, poemes metaphysiques, 8 pages, illustrated, last page with "Note du Jardinier" stamped Jule Blaine, with spanish transl 3 pages typescript on 3 pages. No. 5: Cover by Carlos Gregorio Pamparana. Contributions by Dora Bianchi, Adriana Scattolin, Mariela Rothberg, Guillermo Deisler, Gustavo Larsen, Juan Carlos Romero, Martin Glas, Edgardo Vigo, Pedro Bericat, Carlos Zerpa, Grupo Excombres, Paulo Bruscky. No. 6: Black cover with silver lettering, collage by I Muestranomade Ralveroni, another in colour by Ralveroni affixed to the inside flap, with stencilled text on the "Muestra Nomade" (exposition tinerante). 14 leaves (some unidetified,possibly 1 lacking) by Esteban, Ciampini, Gemin unidentified), Moñoz, Perez Aznar, Lombardo, Gobel, Pamparana, Calderon, Fontana, Guttierrez Marx (unidentified), Vergara (unidentified), Novarin.

[#19376]

491

A group of 10 issues (whole numbering nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 and 15 as detailed below). Forest Park, Georgia and Buffalo, NY 1973–c.1980 Black and white offset print. Wrappers. Staple bound. Very good condition, only some sunning to edges. Dimensions vary by issue.

EUR 1,800.00

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Artist publication. Edited by Greg Puchalski. Contributions by: Spaceangel, O. Nations, S. Haddock, R. Meltzer, M. Gehrlre, A. Banana, Daddaland, T. Hosier, Whitson, Tip Top, a.o. Vol. 1 no. 1 PORTRAIT OF FILE MAG. 11 x 14 cm. Unpaginated [36 pages] Vol. 1 no. 2 MEANWHILE, HELEN, NO. 3, MEETS J.R., NO 2, FOR THE 1ST TIME. Cover by Hoo Hoo Archives J. R. Thomas. 11 x 14 cm. Unpaginated [44 pages] Vol. 1 no. 3 HOMAGE TO VIVIAN STANSHALL. Cover by Whitson. 11 x 14 cm. Includes folded insert. Unpaginated [28 pages] No. 5 PORTRAIT OF STIEGLITZ & DUCHAMP. 14 x 22 cm. Unpaginated [8 pages] No. 6 IT’S ONLY “DADA” BUT I LIKE IT. 14 x 22 cm. Unpaginated [8 pages] No. 7 March 75. SPECIAL OUTDOOR EMBALMING ISSUE. 14 x 22 cm. Unpaginated [12 pages] No. 8 IF YOUR LIFE EVER BORES YOU, RISK IT. 14 x 22 cm. Unpaginated [8 pages] No. 9 KEN FRIEDMAN: A CAMEL AND A WINDOW! Brown offset print and rubber stamp ink. Cover by G. Puchalski. 14 x 22 cm. Unpaginated [8 pages] No. 11 July 77. THE WORD IS NOT DEAD: IT IS SIMPLY CHANGING ITS SKIN. 14 x 22 cm. Unpaginated [8 pages] No. 15 ARE WE NOT MEN? WE ARE DADA. 22 x 36 cm. Unpaginated [8 pages]

[#19320]

a (A NUEVA VISION)

Publicación trimestral de la Editorial Nueva Visión. Publicación de Arte.

Nos. 1-3 (all published).. Buenos Aires, Editorial Nueva Vision. Agosto 1956- Marzo 1958. Unbound, untrimmerd, as issued. Printed on off-white heavy stock, lightly toned. Nos. 1 & 2 each 8 pages, folded from a large sheet to 38 x 28 cm, untrimmed, no. 2 with small closed tear in lower margin of p. 8; No. 3 also 8 pages, folded from a large sheet to 32 x28 cm. , plus a 4 page typeset textual insert on yellow paper and a photogram in black on green paper. Small closed tear in upper margin of p.1/2.The first 2 numbers do not have the textual insert.

EUR 6,500.00

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Publicacion trimestral. Founded/editoted nu Tomas Maldonado and Carlos Ruiz, as a successor to the meagazine Nueva Visión. - Numero 1. Buenos Aires, agosto, 1956. Pages 1 & 8: Fernández-Muro: Tema con círculos y verticales (serigrafías); p 2 Raúl Gustavo Aguirre: hierva, hormiga, guijarro; p 3 & 7 Alfredo Hlito: dibujos; p 4 y 5 Sara Grilo: Composición (Serigrafía numbered 37/100 and signed in pencil); p 6 Edgar Bayley: Poema. - Numero 2. Buenos Aires, marzo, 1956. Pages 1 & 8 Sara Grilo: Composición (serigrafía) p 2 & 7 Edgar Bayley: Poema.; p 3 & 6 Fernández-Muro: Tema con círculos (serigrafías); p 4 & 5 Clorindo Testa: Composición (Serigrafía). - Numero 3. (Dedicated to Dr. Carlos Ruiz, fundador de esta revista). Buenos Aires, marzo, 1958. 8 páginas, 32 x 29 cm. Plus: an insert of 4 pages with printed text on yellow pape; Plus: one sheet: Tapa (serigrafía) y fotograma: Tomás Gonda (printed in black on green paper). ; Page 3 Sara Grilo (serigrafía signed in pencil and numbered 23/50 ); Pages 4 y 5 Clorindo Testa; 6 Eduardo Jonquiéres (serigrafía signed in pencil and numbered 23/50); p 8 Fernández Muro (serigrafía). The yellow 4 page insert has texts by Jorge Rom Brest and Damián Bayón.

[#16129]

A.

An envelope magazine of visual poetry.

Issue 3 / ABC [and] Issue 4 / ABCD. London: Consortium of London Presses at the National Poetry Centre, 1975-1977. First editions. Number 3 is limited to 200 copies, and consists of 50 loose leaves + additional leaf with preliminary information, all printed on various sizes of paper stock with a variety of methods, including mimeograph, and housed in an envelope with printed sticker. Number 4 consists of 42 loose leaves, also housed in an envelope. Collated and complete. Leaves show some occasional faint handling creases to extremities, else fine. The envelope of number 3 shows some wear and creasing, still very good; the envelope of issue 4 shows wear and droplet staining.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Jeremy Adler. Issues 3 and 4 (of 4 published) of this visual poetry assemblage periodical. Includes contributions from a vast array of poets, including Jackson Mac Low, b.p. nichol, chris cheek, P. C. Fencott, Bill Griffiths, Philippa Gray, Bob Cobbing, Sylvia Finzi, Sean O'Huigin, Cris Cheek, Bill Bisett, Lawrence Upton, Peter King, P.C. Fencott, Houédard, Betty Radin, Herbert Burke, and others.

[#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)

[#17102]

ABANDON.

Collection of all the printed publications (12 titles). Rotterdam (NL), Abandon 1978/1981. All limited editions. Detail below.

EUR 1,200.00

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Abandon was founded in 1978 by Dick Harmsen and Han Maagdenberg, within the framework of the Rotterdam Academy of Fine Arts and the Rotterdam Art Council RKS. This is the collection of all the print publications till the end of the partnership in 1982. - Tomatamotboekje, 1978: 21x15 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset, silkscreen,stickers, rubber stamps, original additions. Edition of 150 copies numbered and signed (by D. Harmsen). - Tijdschrift, 1978: 20,5x14,5 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset, silkscreen, original additions. Edition of 250 numbered copies. First and only issue. - Just Words 3, 1978: 19x15 cm., spiral bound, unpaginated. Xerox(?). (Edition of 100 numbered copies). - Keukentafelmanuscript, 1979: 20,5x15 cm., loose leaves in folder, 15pp recto printed. Xerox. Kitchen table manuscript 'musing over the kitchen table'. Edition unknown. - Stommelingen, 1979: 30x21cm., bound by a clasp, unpaginated. Offset, silkcreen, shoe sole imprint. Edition of 100 copies. 'Phonetic texts' and a report on 'rumbling' (stumble, murmuring, clattering) sounds. - Abandon Spontaan, 1980: 30x21cm., bound by a metalic clasp, unpaginated. Stencil, offset, collage, xeroxes. Edition of 100 numbered copies. Presentation of Abandon at the Poetry International Festival in Rotterdam: Abandon 'Spontaneous' for interaction between public and poets. - Summier, 1980: DIN A4 mimeographed sheet between covers. Edition of 100 numbered copies. - Tekstroutes, 1980: 30x21cm., loose leaves, cardboard covers, 7pp + 14pp. Xerox(?) (7pp) and silkscreen (14 plates red on trace paper). Edition of 100 numbered copies. - 20 Small Poems, 1980: 15x10,5 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Textual and visual 'artefacts' some of wich are printed, stamped or sewn but also as small objects physically attached to the pages. Edition of 150 numbered copies. - Entresol, 1980: 20,5x14cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset, xerox, stencil, rubber stamps, collages. Edition of 100 numbered copies. - Sou-n(d), 1981: 19,5x14cm., perfect bound, unpaginated. Offset. Audio tape. Edition of 250 numbered copies.Side A: 'linear' sound pieces; side B: computer generated sound pieces. - Compupoems A, B, C, D and E, 1981: Series of 5 booklets: 14,5x20cm., plastic spiral bound, unpaginated. Computer generated letter sequences, off screen photography. Edition of 100 numbered copies.

[#15918]

ABRACADABRA

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Luxemburg (Hersberg), 1977- 1981. Original (pictorial) wrappers. (Limited edition of 600 copies for the complete set).

EUR 1,500.00

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Experimental/visual poetry magazine. Edited by Marcello Angioni, corresponding editors: Franco Beltrametti & Harry Hoogstraten. Cover by Franco Beltrametti. Includes work by Philip Whalen, Julien Blaine, Adriano Spatola, Richard Kostalanetz. Jochen Gerz, James Koller, Joe Brainard, Anne Waldman, Jack Hirschman, Franco Beltrametti, Michael Gibbs, Suse Hahn, Julian Blaine, Steve Lacy, Anne Waldman, Clark Weissner, Franco Beltrametti, Dieter Roth, Dick Higgins (No.5), Charles Plymell, Henni Koster, Harry Hoogstraten, John Cage (No.4), Rob Stolk and many more.

[#17082]

THE ACTS, THE SHELFLIFE

Polyartistry

Volume 2: Polyartistry. Madison WI: Xexoxial Editions, 1988. First Edition. Small quarto. Illustrations. Stiff cardboard covers printed in green and purple (Probably all publ.; a modest first volume had been published 2 years earlier).

EUR 200.00

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Visual poetry. And, Miekal & Elizabeth Was (editors). Contributors include Bern Porter, Richard Kostelanetz, Geof Huth, Crag Hill, Luc Fierens, Jurgen Olbrich, Ruggero Maggi among others. Maggi's contribution is signed by him and numbered 31/200.

[#13979]

AFFAIRES EN TOUT GENRE

Revue de détails.

1ère Année: nos. 1-4, Jan./Mars - Oct./Déc. 1991. Size (h/w): 23,5 x 15,5 cm. with announcement; Continued as 2ème Année; Continued as no. hors série, postcard. Avril 1992; Continued as no. spécial, Sept. 1992. Size (h/w): 23,5 x 15,5 cm. with invitation; Continued as no.: Pierre-Claude De Castro "Cinq éléments (les effets devenus couses)". 29 Novembre 1992. Size (h/w): 21 x 13 cm. with invitation and press release; Continued as no. 5. Lille, Janvier 1994. Marie-Hélène Poupard "L'Aller-Retour", postcard; Invitation Pierre-Claude De Castro "Les Deplacements" 16 octobre 1994. in envelope size (h/w): 15 x 10,5 cm. Editions de la Pyramide, Wakken, Belgium, 1991-1994. Original wrappers. Added: invitation: Pierre-Claude De Castro "L'Arrêt rue des Ecoles", du 6 au 31 août 1993. Together 6 booklets and 4 cards.

EUR 500.00

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In a limited edition of 200 copies, initiated by Pierre-Claude De Castro, Paul-Armand Gette etc. As far as we were able to ascertain this is the complete collection.

[#16779]

AGAR

Avant Garde Art Review. The future art journal.

Vol. 1-3 no. 4 (probably all published in print). New York, March 1988-May 1990. Illustrated, 4to. Together 16 numbers. Added: 3 signed typewritten letters adressed to 'Robert' by the editor, a leaflet of the Agar Show at the San Francisco Art Institute, and an invitation to a private preview signed by Soreff.

EUR 1,500.00

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The ongoing set of 'The future art journal', a conceptual artwork by editor/artist Stephen s'Soreff (Publ. Div.ProArt). "Its form is intended to add the areas of prediction, speculation, and suggestion to existing art commentary. It's contents consists of specific predictions, speculations, or suggestions in the form of art-reviews of art-works, techniques or materials, which may exists in the future". "The artists and the arts materials are fictional". "The intent of these is visionary suggestion, to the imaginative, of what art could be in the future". Special issues as: Artists in Arms, Artist in the Sky with Crystals, Artist Makes Waves, Art Infinitum?, Artist joins army, Astric Art?", etc. Added: 3 signed letters by the editor and a leaflet of the Agar Show at the San Francisco Art Institute. Most numbers are one single sheet. Vol. 3 no 4 is a special issue of 4 pages. The added letters are adressed to 'Robert' by the editor (one dated 1979, another dated 1984).

[#18715]

AGENTZIA

- No. 1. (Paris, France, Agentzia, 25, rue Vandamme,Paris). no date (Ca.1967). Unpaginated. Accordeon folded, stapled. (29,5 x 10,5 cm) - Number 2. Paris, 1968. Card envelope with loose content. (Very lightly damaged). - No. Double (11/12). "Attention l árt corrompt" in red onthe cover. Paris, 1969. 54 pages, in card cover (21x17,2 cm).

EUR 700.00

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1: Printed in black and red on white paper, texts in French, German and English. Close to Fluxus and the left Underground Press. Photographically illustrated. No editors mentioned, all contributions unsigned (Jochen Gerz and others). 2: 3 visual poems in folded sheets (64x47 Cm.) by Johen Gerz, Pierre Garnier and Jean F. Bory. (3) Mixed content, report on Fiumalbo, Novara,. Manifestations in London, contribs de J. Blaine, J. Gerz, J.F. Bory, J.C. Moineau,, Kostelanetz, T. Shoachiro, Clemente Padin, J. Furnival, Paul de Vree, S. Toshiko, a.o. All published as a periodical of Agentzia, other volume numbers refer to booklets.

[#18817]

AGGIE WESTON'S

Numbers 1-21 (complete run). Belper: Stuart Mills (1973-1984). Twenty-one issues, all near fine or better in illustrated wrappers with the exception of #17, which has some rust to the staples, and #19, that has some faint foxing to the covers.

EUR 2,500.00

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Conceptual artist and poetry magazine. The editor was Stuart Mills, explaining on the inside cover of the issues: "The name of the magazine comes indirectly from a work by Kurt Schwitters; 'A Small Home for Seamen' I have been told that it was one Agnes Weston who founded the seamen's homes in this country and I hope that this magazine will likewise provide some sort of refuge." A rare complete set, with significant contributions by Thomas Mayer, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Simon Cutts, John Blakemore, Thomas A. Clark, Stuart Mills, Trevor Winkfield, Mick Sharp, Andrew Crozier, Gael Turnbull, John A. Davies, Richard Long, Jonathan Williams, and Robert Lax.

[#20105]

AH

tijdschrift voor verbaal - plasticisme / review for verbal-plasticism

Number 8: AH8HA8AH8HA8A8H. Utrecht, 1968-1969. 8 contributions, incl.1 vinyl record.,together in original record sleeve (worn along extremities).

EUR 800.00

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The record contains i.a. sound contributions by Gust Gils, Mauriizio Nannucci, P.de Bree/Cor Doesburg. "Verbo Sonico; Phonographico; Graphico Phono. Sonico Verbo". Contains: Gedicht Paul de Vree, partituur Cor Doesburg; Reveil du Chaos: partituur van een Fonografiek, Deman Utrecht (with Scenario on one sheet), Six-Clus in kraft envelope (5 sheets and 1 on the record), Sheet with Inhoud /Contents of the record; Verbofonie & Fon ogragie, Deman; Consonance/Introduction Gust Gils.

[#19459]

ALFA-BETA

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

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

EUR 2,000.00

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

[#17452]

ALMA

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#19507]

AMENOPHIS

Périodique trimestriel (Revue sous Bandelettes).

A significant collection of 26 numbers between Nos 1 and 32, in 22 volumes (+ one special issue of nr. 5 with handwritten dedication ) published between 1968 and 1985. Various formats, printed in b/w and colour, richly illustrated. The following numbers are included: No. 1, 4, 5 ,5 special, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,+supplt, 12, 13, 14, 15 ,16, 17/18 ,19,20 , 21, 25, 26, 29/30, 31/32.

EUR 4,000.00

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Belgian artist periodical, (in total 38 numbers published). 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, 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 - Nr. 1. Bruxelles: self published, n.d. Small quarto, 34 pages, illustrated throughout. Wrappers illustrated by Gilbert Herreyns. - 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.

[#16416]

AMODULO

(Informazione sulle attivitá amodulo-art).

Nos. 1-5 (all published). Brescia, nov. 1968 - 1970. Tall-narrow 15x30 cm. (Nos. 1-3), and 20x20 cm (Nos.4-5). Orig. wrappers (No. 1 with faint vertical crease in wrapper, but otherwise fine). No. 4 loose in the original plastic folder with the title Amodulo screenprinted on the front. Numerous ills. Amodulo 5: Giugno 1970 Richerche amodulari della cultura. TOGETHER WITH: Edizioni Amodulo 1970 Catalogo Generale Director: Sarenco. Brescia. 12 pages, stapled.. 14x22cm. 12pp. collana 20x20, collana 50x70, collana OPUS, collana TASCABILI, collana REVUE, collana LUXUS . Excellent condition - TOGETHER WITH: Edizioni Amodulo 1968-1972. 4to; 16 pages, spine stapled. Collana; Collana Poesia Sonora; Collana Documen ti; Collana Poesia Visiva; Riviste; Oggetti; Edizioni Sarmic (Sarenco/Miccini).

EUR 2,000.00

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Directed by E. Pedrotti and Sarenco, promoting Amodulo-Art. With photographs of artwork and contribs. by and features on Rosanna, Chiesi, Sarenco, Giusi Coppini, Germana Arcelli & Roberto Comini, Ennio Bianco, Jacques Lepage, Piedro Meldini, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Jean-François Bory, Timm Ulrichs, G.Valentini, a.o. Number 5 quite rare (Maffei bibliography mentions only 4 numbers for the complete set). With the General Catalog of the Editions and another Catalog 1968-1972 (both very rare)

[#18133]

AMONG THE LIVESTOCK

Stockholm, Vavd Editions 1983. Assembling: 28x20 cm., side- stapled. Different techniques and supports. Edition of 150 numbered copies

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Peter Anderson. Original contributions by C.E. Ström, O. Larusson, J. Axen, H.F. Thomsen, M.V. Gudlausson, P. Andersson and B. Andresson.

[#15436]

ANA ECCETERA (Also ANA ETC., or ANA EX CETERA)

Bolletino. Esercizi, Notizie di Lavoro.

Nos. 1-10, Genova. In proprio, 1958-1971. Together with: Prospectus (Analysis of Nos.1-10) and together with Numero Speciale Ezra Pound, Cantos 91,96. (all published). Original wrappers, (nos. 6-10 with the original banderolles still intact)

EUR 2,500.00

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Founded by Martino Oberto. Each number consists of two or more booklets or folded sheets, contained in a wrapper, printed in black and red (a Bolletino, a Supplemento and one or more added sheets, sometimes illustrated). "Una rivista per operatori di cultura- una rivista off - une rivista off kulchur - une rivista per l'anarchia culturale - une rivista per l'anapolitica culturale." ; "ANA ETCETERA + DE CULTURA/ si parla anche di decultura. Di provocazione/PROVO romanzi normali." Contributors include: Ugo Carrega, V. Miller, N.H. Pearson, J. Baltrusaitris, E. Siciliano, G. Barosso, I. Isou, M. & A. Oberto, a.o.

[#15838]

ANALYTICAL ART

No. 1 (of 2 numbers published). Analytical Art Press, Coventry, UK. July 1971. 67(68)pages, in printed wrappers, stapled. (14,5 x 21 cm), slight staining on the covers.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Kevin Lole, Philip Pilkington and David Rushton. Texts by: P. Pilkington, D. Rushton, K. Lole, T. Atkinson, M.Baldwin, G. Howard, I. Burn, M. Ramsden, P. Smith and C.J. Willsmore. Analytical Art was effectively subsumed by Art-Language in 1972.' [Aarons & Roth - In Numbers. Serial Publications by Artists since 1955, pp. 70-77]. Thus Analytical Art ran only to two issues, and remains one of the scarce early documents of Art & Language. The Press also published "The Monogram Series" and "The Monograph Series" . This publication was incorporated in Art-Language in 1972.

[#17721]

AND (&).

Number 2 and 3 (of probably 3 published). Hendon, Arts Together, n.d. (ca. 1954). (22,5x 18 and 20x16,5 cm). In original card wrappers; stapled in the spine; 28 pages each. Numerous illustrations, b/w. (Very good copies with only light wear).

EUR 400.00

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Co-edited by Bob Cobbing and Johan Rowan. Concrete poetry journal, illustrated by Cobbing, Jean Salisbury and Dan Carter. Contributions by Mary Berry, Gerda Mayer, John Wain, Anselm Hollo, Stephen Joseph, Lois Higer, John Rowan (on the writing of Jack Kerouac, simplicity under the bomb), Brian Merton Gould.

[#18355]

ANGEL HAIR

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Angel Hair, New York, 1966-1969. First five issues stapled into letterpress paper covers with overlaying edges (with light wear to the edges, internally fine); No. 6 stapled into mimeo printed covers, fine.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Lewis Warsh and Anne Waldman. Contributions by Pierre Reverdy, Jonathan Cott, Lewis Ellingham, Lee Harwood, Denise Levertov, Gerard Malanga, Janet Thormann, Jack Anderson, John Wieners, Vito Hannibal Acconci, John Ashbery, Robert Duncan, John Perreault, O'Hara, R. Padgett, Ted Berrigan, Schuyler, Clark Coolidge, Tom Clark, etc. Cover of no 6 by George Schneeman. Secret Location 176-181.

[#16588]

ANT ED

Foglio bimestrale di poesia e scienze affini.

Nos.1-4 (All published). Novara, C.D.E., 1968-1969. Large sheets, folded to 24,5 x 13,5 cm. , printed in blue and purple, with text and illustration. Light soilage, and front of no. 4 with light dampstain; some wear and/or loosening over the folds, but overall in good state.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Giorgio Barberi Squarotti, Cesare Greppi Greppi, Luciano Caruso., Sebastiano Vasalli, Ugo Locatelli, William Xerra, Giorgio Fonio, Renato Carpentieri .See: Maffei/Peterlini. Riviste d’arte d’avanguardia. Milano, Bonnard, 2005. pag. 57-58

[#326]

ANTIPIUGIU

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Torino, 1961-1966. Original wrappers (some browning). Rare complete.

EUR 1,200.00

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Experimental and concrete poetry periodical directed by Arrigo Lora Totino, edited by Armando Novero, Giuseppe Davide Polleri, Alfredo de Palchi. Issues of ca. 120 pp. each, with contributions by Aldo Passoni, Paolo Carra, Giorgio De Monte, Sergio Acutis, Celesta Micheletta. The last issue mimeographed, contains poetry by (a.o.) Jochen Lobe, John Ashbery, David Antin, Josef Hirsal and Maria Schiavo, with a note on the poet and his/her work.

[#12867]

APEIROS

Apériodique utopique. Revue de la lettre et du signe. Communication marginale.

Nos.1-9 (all publ.). Vaduz, 1971-1977. 4to; original wrappers. (Tog. 8 nos., as no. 3 never appeared). Illustrated.

EUR 1,000.00

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Ed. by Roberto Altmann. Each issue devoted to a theme: 1-2 Nouvelles Perspectives de la Fiction Narrative; 4: Fiction de Vie, Fiction de Mort; 5: Apeiros en Labyrinthe; 6: Raoul Hausmann et Dada à Berlin; 7: Du Rhin à la Prairie Alpine; 8: Villeglé; 9: Les Vacances. Contributors incl.: Roberto Altmann, Michel Jaffrenou, Maggy Mauritz, Gabriel Pomerand, Gilbert Lascault, Wolman, Pierre Restany, Villeglé, Paul Armand Gette, Annette Messager, William Burroughs, Maurice Henry.

[#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.

[#16781]

APSION

Bremen (BRD), Kryptogame Products (Fehrfeld 61-64, 28 Bremen).1985. Assembling: Original contributions, some signed, in leporello plastic bag (1.80 cm. LONG x 24cm.).

EUR 500.00

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Assembled by Hanna Bremer and Jack Marlow (a.k.a. Icare). Contains contributions (originals in various sizes and materials, incl. plastic gloves, collages, etc. , some signed) by Hanna, The 80’s, H. Nordhausen, Grupo Texto Poetico, Icarus, R. Bayfield, DaDaland, V. Baroni, R. Crozier, T. Rinnstein and Zen Rock Community.

[#16571]

AQ

Situationen der zeitgenössischen Kunst und Literatur( orig.: eine literarische Zeitschrift).

Nos. 10 - 17. Saarbrücken, Dudweiler, Frankfurt, 1970-1980. Added: Sondernummer 5 (=No. 11 bis). 9 issues, in original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 1,500.00

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No. 10: Saarbrücken, Oktober 1970. 74 pages on various stock. Subtitled: Eine Literarische Zeitschrift. Autorenkollektiv, ed. Manfred Schmeling, Erwin Stegentritt, Karl-Heinz Teufel, Volker Triankowski. With artwork, photographs Manfred Klein, contribs. By Rolf Lerner, Günter Buhles, etc. - No. 11: Saarbrücken, Sommer 1971. 64 pages on various stock. (Subtitle and editors as No. 10). - (No. 11 b): Sondernummer 5: April/Mai 1972, Korrespondenzen Ed. Erwin Stegentritt, Hans-Heinrich Pardey, Silke Paull. (28x19,5 cm). 40 pages in stapled wrapper, with 1 art supplement. - No. 12: Theater. Dudweiler, Juli/September 1972: edited by Silke Paull, Erwin Stegentritt. Contributions (on avant-garde theater + film) by Marina Stütz, R. W. Fassbinder, Jost Stenger, Gunzelin Schmid-Noerr, R .Ahrems/W. Albrecht. Richly illustrated. 94 pages + illustrated cover. - No. 13. Photos. Dudweiler, 1973: edited by Silke Paull , Erwin Stegentritt. Cover photo by Chr. Boltanski, contributions and photos by Anthony McCall, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Jean Le Gac, Paul-Armand Gette, Christian Boltanski, Jochen Gerz. -No. 14. Cut up. Eine Anthologie. Dudweiler-Frankfurt, 1973: edited by Udo Breger, Silke Paull, Erwin Stegentritt, with texts and ills. by Burroughs, Pélieu, Plymell, Gibbs, Fauser, Carl Weissner, a.o. ; with a bibiography. - No. 15. Dudweiler, 1975: with cover by John Baldessari, contribs. by Timm Rautert, Baldessari, Helmut Schweitzer, Josef Erben, Edmund Knupper, David Tremlett; - No. 16. Fluxus. How we met, or a microdemystification (photo Petere Moore on the cover); contributions by George Maciunas, George Brecht, AY-O, BEN, R.Filiou, Dick Higgins, Takako Saito, Daniel Spoerri, Hans Sohm (bibliography). Includes fold-out "Wie wir uns trafen" and Cloud Scissors (from Brecht to Filiou) .- No. 17. Eine Bilderschau. Dudweiler, 1980; cover by Boltanski. Photographs by Werner Blin, Holger Milch.

[#20096]

Antonio ARAGAO

Poema azul e branco/ Poema vermelho e branco

Two issues (all published). 1970/1971. Two envelopes (19x18 cm) with a hole showing folded coloured paper (Number 1 in good condition, Number 2 (vermello y branco) lightly stained)

EUR 600.00

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Poetical experiments by the Portuguese poet Aragao (member of the "PO.EX"), "esta poema nao serve para usa nem para consumo". Small coloured production.

[#16308]

ARCHIVIO

Bolletino Periodico del Centro di Informazione e Documentazione Arti Visive/Prato.

Numero 0 (Zero;): giugno 1985. (CID Arti Visive, Prato). Together with. Numero 1. 1987. Orig. Wrappers.. 222 pp., 201pp.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Giampiero Nigro. Articles by Clive Phillpot, Gillo Dorfles, Germano Celant, Filiberto Menna and others. Texts in Italian and in English.

[#18376]

ART COMMUNICATION EDITION (ACE)/ later: STRIKE

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

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#19200]

ART DIMENSION ART

International review of arts.

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

EUR 700.00

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

[#17352]

ART ISSUE 1991

Art Issue 1991. Die Art Sonderausgabe. The Special Art edition. mit künstlern der zeitschriften. with artists from the magazines. Nürnberg: Art Nürnberg 6, 1991. A special edition published on the occasion of an exhibition held during Art Nürnberg organized by Jürgen O. Olbrich.. One of 150 numbered copies.

EUR 1,000.00

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The exhibition showed work from artists that cooperated with: entwerter/oder; Art/Life; Tiegel & Tumult; Doos; Arte Postale1; Collective Copy; Eins von Hundert; Data File; Uni/vers (,); Commonpress. This special edition presents itself in a card board box (31,5 x 22,5 x 6 cm) that contains: a 33 page catalogue that accompanies the exhibition with an introduction by Ral Dittmar and information on each of the represented magazines (edition 750); a 33 page catalogue of the exhibtion 1...2...3 dimensionen/Dimensions Mail Art Projekt Art Network, held Art during Nürnberg 6. Ein Projekt von Harlekin Art Wiesboaden. Konzept + Realisation Jürgen O. Olbrich. with 50 illustrations of work of the participating artists.(edition 750). Furthermore the Programm Zeitung from Art Nürnberg 6, some flyers + colophon page and furthermore 47 original signed and dated works (photocopies, collages, assemblages - most artists with 3 original works) by Vittore Baroni , Wolfgang Hainke, Rainer Resch, Peter Krabbe, Richard Meade, Creative Thing, Uwe Warnke, Thomas Günther, Wolfgang Luh, Niall Monro, Heta Norros, Guillermo Deisler, Gerhild Ebel, Jörg Kowalski, Ann Noël, Emmett Williams and Jürgen O. Olbrich.

[#16572]

ART PRÉSENT

Revue trimestriel (Revue d'art contemporain).

Nos. 1, 2/3 (all publ.). Paris, Art Présent, 1975-1976. 32 pp.; 64 pp, incl. illustrated covers; stapled. 4to. (b/w, photographically illustrated). Light soilage; old ownership stamp on frontcovers, otherwise clean.

EUR 400.00

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Directed by Nicol Genetet-Morel, edited by Alain Pomarède. (a.o.): Interview with Marcelin Pleynet, texts by W.S.Burroughs, Lucio Pozzi, Sylvia Mangold, Michael Goldberg, Renata Ponsold, Jean-Pierre Faye, Jean Delmas, Boudjema Bouhada, etc.; Jean Delor/Pierre Manuel (concrete photographs), photographs by : Renata Ponsolt, Alain Pomarède, Ron Testa, Ignacio Gomez, a.o. .

[#17376]

ART- LANGUAGE

The Journal of conceptual art.

Volumes 1, 2, 3 (Coventry, Chipping Norton, Leamington,Banbury, 1969-1976) and 1 book (1972). All first editions, sizes vary (21x14,8 cm and some A4). Original wrappers (all clean and in good condition) ). Together with: - Art & Language, Texte zum Phänomen Kunst und Sprache, 1972. Köln: DuMont. German-English edition, 350 pages. Texts by Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Michal Baldwin, Harold Hurrell, Joseph Kosuth.

EUR 1,300.00

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Essays, aspects and angles on conceptual art. Edited by Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Michael Baldwin, Harold Hurrell. Contributors include: Sol LeWitt, Dan Graham, Mel Ramsden, Graham J. Howard, Stuart Knight, Ian BurnJoseph Kosuth, Preston Heller, Joseph Kosuth, etc. Volume 1. Number 1. 1969. / Volume 1. Number 2. February 1970. / Volume 1. Number 3. June 1970 / Volume 1. Number 4.November 1971 / Volume 2. Number 1.February 1972 / Volume 2. Number 2.Summer 1972 / Volume 2. Number 3. September 1973 / Volume 2. Number 4. (Handbooks to Going-On). June 1974 / Volume 3. Number 1. (Draft for an anti-textbook). September 1974 / Volume 3. Number 2. May 1975./ Volume 3. Number 3. June 1976 / Volume 3. Number 4. October1976. - Art & Language, Texte zum Phänomen Kunst und Sprache, 1972. Köln: DuMont. German-English edition, 350 pages. Texts by Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, Michal Baldwin, Harold Hurrell, Joseph Kosuth. Vol 2 no 4 (March 1974), Vol 3 No 1 (September 1974) and Vol 3, No 2 (May 1975) were originally printed in A4 format (this is the first edition, in the reprint these issues were reduced in size).

[#18952]

ART- LANGUAGE

The Journal of conceptual art.

Vol. 3. Leamington Spa, Art & Language Press (etc.), 1974-1976. In 4 issues. 4to (2) and 8vo (2). Orig. wrappers. * COMPLETE "Year". - No. 1 was published in Sept 1974; no. 2 in May 1975 (both 4to); no. 3 in June 1976 and no. 4 in Oct. 1976. - No. 1 is titled 'Draft for an anti textbook - Ian Burn, Mel Ramsden, Terry Smith'; No. 4: on cover "Fox 4". - Contributions by (almost) all members of "Art & Language".

EUR 500.00

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[#18069]

ART-RITE

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

EUR 6,000.00

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

[#16905]

ARTE CONCRETO INVENCIÓN.

Revista. Asociación de Arte Concreto Invencion.

Numero 1 (of 2 publ.) Agosto de 1946. Buenos Aires, 1948. Original selfwrappers, illustrated; 16 pages (28,5 x 19,8 cm). Stapled in the spine; with very light soiling and a minimal chip to a corner of the front cover, in fact a fine copy, and COMPLETE WITH Suplemento Poesía (Edgar Bayley/ Simon Contreras (4 pages, 24,5x16,5 cm, printed on different paper) and the Errata-sheet: Fe de erratas (10x21,5 cm). - - TOGETHER WITH: - Exposición Arte Concreto Invención. Octubre 1946 ­ Invitation. (4 pages 14,8X 10,5 cm) - Asociación de Arte Concreto Invención. Invención - Arte Concreto ­ Invención. Recto/verso, 2 pp. (23x16 cm) - Manifiesto de los Pintores Constructivos de Argentina ­Chile y Uruguay. Septiembre 1962. Mimeographed manifest, typewritten, 34x21,5 cm; printed on one side only. Copy with the name of Raul Lozza in handwriting/blue ink and red pencil; small tears to the sides over the middle-fold, light browning, otherwise excellent. - Arte Concreto ­ Invención. Sociedad Hebraica Argentina ­ Prologue by Ignacio Pirovano. 1963. Invitation to the exposition. Printed in black and yellow; 4 pages, 12,3x14 cm. - FORUM. Once Pintores Constructivos ­ Prologue by Maria Laura San Martín. Septiembre 1966. 4 pages (19x16,5), copy of Raul Lozza; light staining to the outside. - Homenaje a la Vanguardia Argentina década del 40. Text by Nelly Perazzo ­ Poster (36, 5 x17cm). Printed in blue. Junio ­ Julio 1976. Faint folds on the lower part, but otherwise excellent condition. - Nelly PERRAZO: Arte Concreto ­ Madi ­ Perceptismo. A mimeographed typwritten text of 4 pages, stapled in left upper corner. - Agencia Espanola de cooperacion internacional, POSTER printed in blue and black on white paper: A 50 años de la Asociación ‘’Arte Concreto ­ Invención ‘’. I. C. I. Julio 1995. Folded thee times, in excellent clean condition.

EUR 2,400.00

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Important collection of this very rare journal with interesting added material. .Edited by Edgar Bayley, Simon Contreras Alfredo Hlito, Raul Lozza; with contributions by and illustrating works of Tomás Maldonado, Alberto Molemberg, Raúl Lozza, Alfredo Hlito, Enio Iommi, Lidy Prati, and others. Contains the 'Manifiesto Invencionista Marzo 1946', also 'Notas para una estética materialista'(Hlito); 'Sobre invencion poetica'(Bayley); 'Haia una Musica Invencionists'(Lozza), 'Lo abstracto y lo concreto en el arte moderno'(Maldonado), etc.; the first of two numbers published..

[#18981]

ARTE MILANO.

Mensile dínformazione artistica.

Anno 1 no 1. Maggio 1972. Orig. Wrappers, 32 pp., fine, with: Anno 1 no 3. Dizembre 1972. Orig wrappers (light wear,name on cover), with Anno 2 no 1. Marzo 1973. Orig wrappers, 32 pp.(light wear to the wrappers).

EUR 200.00

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Attention focused on concrete and conceptual art, directed by Tilde Riva. English parallel text. No. 1 Cover: Fontana. with contribs. Dorfles, Apollonio, Baj, Tadini, Ray Johnson, Kolar, Wunderlich, Allen Jones, Getulio Alviani. No. 2 Cover : Tancredi. Renato Barilli, Paolo Fossato, Gillo Dorfles, Guido ballo, Barbara Rose. Anno 2 no 1: Emilio Scanavino, Valerio Adami, Christian Schad, Marco Gastini,

[#539]

(ARTE NUCLEARE - Il Gesto) - REGISTRATORE NUCLEARE

(Tristan Sauvage, Nuclear Art,1962).

Milan, Galleria Schwarz, n.d. (1962). 2 volumes, of which the first is a portfolio containing 30 original documents, original artwork (lithographs) and periodical (il Gesto) of the Arte Nucleare Movement, and the second the edition of 'Tristan Sauvage.-Nuclear Art. N.Y., Maestro, 1962. L.4to., 242 pp., cloth, with original jacket.,together kept in black cardboard slipcase (slipcase a bit soiled, but internally fine). No. 52 of a limited edition of 190 copies.

EUR 3,200.00

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An archive of the original documents of the movement, Arte Nucleare, published by Gallery Schwartz (with small numbering stamp on the right top corner of each item, which refer to the index). Contained are: IL GESTO. Rassegna Internazionale delle Forme Libere. Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Milano, 1955-1959. Folio, original pictorial wrappers (original lithographs by Colombo, Fontana, Pomodoro, contribs. By G. Bertini a.o. )., and 26 other original documents, manifests, exhibition catalogues: i.a.: Manifeste de la peinture nucléaire (1952), the First Exhibition of the Movimento Nucleare Milano 1952, "Esposizione Asger Jorn (with original lithograph by Jorn), Galleria Lásteriscio, Roma, 1954", Lithograph by Joe Colombo, Exposizione AKT, Esposizione Il Gesto, Contro Lo Stile, Enrico Baj,1959, Interplanetary Art, Sergio Dangelo, Milano 1961 (with signed original engraving, no. 53 of 200). Further detail on request.

[#13701]

ARTES HISPANICAS / HISPANIC ARTS

A magazine of literature, music and visual arts

Vol. 1, nos. 1-3/4 (all publ.). Richmond, VA, Macmillan for Indiana University, 1967-1968. Size (h/w): 25,5 x 21,5 cm. (Nos. 1 and 2 show water staining to edge of covers. Internally clean & unmarked).

EUR 700.00

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A complete run of this lavishly produced bi-lingual literary and artistic periodical edited by Willis Barnstone. No. 3/4 (311 pp.) is guest-edited by Mary Ellen Solt and surveys world concrete poetry, with contributions and manifestos by Ian Hamilton Finlay, Gomringer, the de Campos brothers, Henri Chopin, Jonathan Williams, etc .Contributions in nos. 1-2 by Borges, Paz (trans. Mark Strand), and Guilllen. Issue no. 1 includes a phonograph record of Paz & Borges.

[#18135]

ARTICULES

Nos. 1 and 2 in one volume (all published). Paris, G.R.A.T., 1979/1980. 19 x 21 cm; paperbound; 167 pp.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Gervais Jassaud with Louis Dalla Fior, Martine Roussanides, Ania Starinsky, Keiichi Tahara. Contributions by Daniel Buren, Tanaka Min, Albert Birot, Gervais Jassaud and others. The two issues in one, bound "tete beche ".

[#16315]

ARTWORKERS NEWS.

Number 1 (only published issue). Berlin-Pankow (DDR), Bureau Contart 1976. Poster. 63x49cm. Offset litograph, rubber stamps. Edition of 200 numbered and signed copies.

EUR 500.00

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A poster publication of Robert Rehfeldt, printed at his Kunstfabrik.

[#15582]

ARTZIEN

A Monthly Review of Art in Amsterdam.

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

EUR 2,000.00

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

[#16861]

ASA

The Association for the Study of Arts. Poetry music art.

Nos. 1-6 (all). Tokyo, 1965-1972. Original wrappers. Added: 1969 ASA Tokyo 1969 ( 12 pages, cover in red and blue); 1971 ASA International Exhibition catalogue 'spatialisme / concrete poetry' (16 pp). Minor wear and soilage, excellent set, very rare.

EUR 3,000.00

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Important visual and concrete art and poetry journal, with texts primarily in Japanese, with occasional english and french. With numerous illustrations and visual petry. Edited by Seiichi Niikuni. Numbers 1 and 2 have 48 resp. 44 unnumbered pages stapled between typographical wrapper, later issues have ca. 64 pages each; text in Japanese (title, names and a few texts in English); with ills. No. 1 cover printed in black: Contribs.incl.: Seiichi Niikuni, Fujitomi, L.C.Vinholes, Toshikkiko Simizu, Pierre Garnier, Décio Pignatari, Edgard Braga, Harold de Campos, etc.; No. 2 cover printed in red: Niikuni, Fujitomi, Shimizu, Garnier, Seiko Kanno, Max Bense, Vinholes, etc. ; No. 3:'Poetry, music, art.' Contribs. incl.: Niikuni, Fujitomi, Alain Arias-Mission, J. Blain, Bremer, Garnier, Kamimura ('Situation on concrete poetry in Germany), Tsukada, a.o. No. 4: 'Spatialisme / Concrete Poetry', showing work of Yamanaka, Bory, Carl Fernbach, Allain Arias, o.a. No. 5: 'Spatialisme and Concrete Poetry' with an article on an exhibition in the 'Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam': Sound texts, concrete poetry, visual texts. Contribs. by Pierre Garnier, Jochen Gerz, Alain Arias-Misson, Harry Guest, Sapin, Hideo Kajino, Ian Hamilton, a.o. No. 6: 'Spatialisme / Concrete Poetry' with articles by Eugen Gomringer (Poesie als Mittel der Umweltgestaltung), Seiichi Niikuni (Language and photographs in a poem) and work of Gerz, Arias-Misson, Kamimura, Bory, Parmiggani, Jiri Valochs, a.o. (A 7th volume was apparently published at the Tenth Anniversary of the ASA group, around 1974, but is not included in this set).

[#18950]

ASPEN

The Magazine in a Box.

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

EUR 15,000.00

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

[#18827]

ASSEMBLING

Nos. 1-11 (all publ.but a Number 12 appeared later in 1986, see addition). Gnilbmessa Inc., Assembling Press, Brooklyn, 1970-1981. 4to. Original pictorial wrappers. Number 1 with signature of Kostelanetz on first page. - Added: Volume 12. 1986. Compiled by Charles Doria, Robin Middleman, Jude Schwendenwien and Leslie Hollis Soga. - Together with Precisely Nos. 1-16 (published in 6 issues of which 6/9 is identical to Assembling vol. 9)). New York, 1977. 8vo. Original illustrated wrappers - Together with: Assembling Assembling One issue. Brooklyn, 1978. 4to. Original wrappers.

EUR 7,500.00

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Complete collection. Collective artist's landmark publication compiled by Henry Korn, Richard Kostelanetz and Mike Metz with original art-contributions by Vito Acconci, Elizabeth Ginsberg, Adele Aldridge, Alan Coleman, John Baldessari, Neil Baldwin, John Furnival, Shoichi Kiyokawa, Richard Meltzer, Jonathan Price, Ed Ruscha a.o. Together with Precisely edited by Richard Kostelanetz, Stephen Scobie, Sheldon Frank, Paul Zelevansky, Loris Essary, Dick Higgins and Karl Young. "Eighth/Assembling" appeared as two volumes, alphabetically divided. "Ninth Assembling" is at the same time "Precisely" No. 6/7/8/9. -Assembling 12 was collated and bound at the Douglass Campus of Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, by members of the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Visual Arts Department.

[#640]

AUSGABE

Ein Kunst- und Literaturmagazin.

Heft 1-7 (all publ.). Berlin, Köln, (Ausgabe Verlag). Mai 1976-1983/84. Original pictorial wrappers; illustrated.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Armin Hundertmark. Contributions by Eric Andersen, George Brecht, Günter Bruss, Emmett Williams, Dieter Roth, Hansjürgen Bulkowski, Per Kirkeby, a.o.

[#19765]

AVALANCHE

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

EUR 10,000.00

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An unusually well preserved complete set, in very fine to near mint condition of this important conceptual art magazine, published by Willoughby Sharp, edited by Elizabeth Béar. At the time, Sharp was a New York-based art historian and independent curator and Béar an underground magazine editor who had recently moved to New York from London. They published the first issue in 1970 and collaborated on 13 issues from 1970 to 1976. They both conducted the interviews and conversations with the artists. Avalanche focused on art from the perspective of artists rather than critics, and investigated new forms of art that were developing in the U.S. and Europe with a radical new media format--probing interviews, extensive use of photography and dynamic layouts. For many artists, publication in Avalanche preceded a one-person gallery or museum show. - No. 1: Cover photograph of Joseph Beuys, interviews with Carl André, Jan Dibbets, a portrait of Joseph Beuys by Shunk-Kender, retrospective of Richard Long, Carl Andre, Jan Dibbets, Richard Long, Joseph Beuys, Heizer, Oppenheim. - No. 2: (Body Works). Cover photograph of Bruce Nauman with articles on him, and on Vito Acconci, Terry Fox, Yves Klein, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Klaus Rinke, Richard Serra, Wm. Wegman, incl. a photo of Matta-Clark-installation and Bas Jan Ader: Fullpage b+w photo of 'Too sad to tell you' and text in the Rumble-section. No. 3: (Post-Studio Sculpture). Cover photograph of Barry Le Va. Interview with David Tremlett and features on Jacks (Gordon Matta-Clark), contributions by Italo Scanga, George Trakas and on Barry Le Va (his picture on the cover), Bill Beckley, Joel Fisher, Robert Morris and others - No. 4: (Conceptual Art). Cover photograph of Lawrence Weiner. Jackie Winsor (interview), Sol LeWitt; Howard Fried, Alice Aycock, Stanley Brouwn; Hanne Darboven; Walter De Maria; - No. 5: (Performance). Cover photograph of Yvonne Rainer. Contributions Braco Dimitrijevic; Joseph Beuys (talking at Documenta 5); Jannis Kounellis (interview); Phil Glass; Keith Sonnier; Yvonne Rainer (interview) - No 6: (Vito Acconci). Cover photograph of Vito Acconci and number devoted to him. - No.7: (Humor). Cover Man Ray (name of the dog, photo by William Wegman). Interview with General Idea. Edward Ruscha, Interview with Van Schley ("Different Strokes for Different Folks", which is a green folder, stapled in the middlespread, intact but without the postcard insert), Man Ray, Do you want to.. (interview with William Wegman by Liza Béar) - No. 8: (Sculpture & Performance). Cover Robert Smithson. Exchange '73; A Drinking Sculpture, Gilbert & George. Memorial issue for Robert Smithson. Features Robert Morris, Tina Girouard, Chris Burden and others. Continued in a changes format: --NEWSPAPERS: (Now Published by Center for New Art Activities, Inc., New York.) As detailed below, each issue has several pages of general information, messages, rumbles, films, publications, etc. as well as several pages of advertising and the more specific contents are: - No. 9: June 1974. Issue dedicated to video and performance art. Texts by Willoughby Sharp, William Wegman, Joseph Beuys (contains partial transcript of Joseph Beuys' first US peformance at the New School), Iincludes interviews with Vito Acconci, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra, Robert Bell, Willoughby Sharp and Dennis Oppenheim, Boris Wall Gruphy. 36 pages. . - No. 10: December 1974. Cover photo Jack Smith. Contents: Hans Haacke, Manet Project '74; Daniel Buren, Kunst bleibt Politik; Simone Forti, Dancing at the fence; Stephen Laub, Projections, interview by Willoughby Sharp; Jack Smith, Fear Ritual of Shark Museum (Centerfold) ; Joel Fisher. As strong as a spiders web; Terry Fox: Children's Videotapes (interview); Gordon Matta-Clark: Splitting (interview); The Phil Glass Ensemble (interview by Willoughby Sharp after Music in Twelve Parts performance). 52 pages. - No. 11: Summer 1975. Cover photo Steve Paxton. Contents: Alan Saret. Installation for Man; Darcy Lange. Videography: Work; Joel Shapiro:Torquing; On Kawara: One Million Years (centerfold); Laurie Anderson. Confessions of a Street Talker; Contact Improvisation (Laura Chapman, Scott Jones, Annette La Rocque, Daniel Lepkoff, Steve Paxton, Karen Radler, David Woodbury; Steve Paxton: Like the Famous Tree (Dialogue with Liza Béar). 40 pages. - No. 12: Winter 1975. Cover Photo Barbara Dilley. Contents: Robin Winters: Fairly regular hours; Robert Wilson & Christopher Knowles: Because Why; Alexis Smith: Anteroom; Rita Myers: A remote intimacy; Michael McClard: Mumbo Jumbo; Barbara Dilley: In the 'Dancing Room'; Barbara Dilley Dancing, a picture autobiography. 40 pages. - No. 13:Summer 1976. Cover photo: "Trial Balance". This printed with colour red added. Contents: Fitzgibbon:Colleen; Jim Roche:Straight Razor; Reiner Ruthenbeck:Eclipse; Bas Jan Ader: In search of the miraculous; Meredith Monk: Invocation/Evocation; Diego Cortez: An obvious kind of eyesore. 48 pages. ADDED TO THIS SET AND INCLUDED IN THE PRICE: Facsimile boxed edition in a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered by Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp. Produced by PRINTED MATTER. Number 29 of 100. This boxed facsimile edition of Avalanche's complete run reproduces the first eight issues individually, and the final five in a single bound paperback. Accompanied by a certificate signed by both Liza Béar and Willoughby Sharp shortly before Sharp's death in December 2008. The publication is 1,016 pages and illustrated throughout; is housed in a heavy duty, laminated, archival box measuring 10.5 x 19.5 x 2.5 inches. The first eight issues measure 9.25 x 9.25 inches and are exact facsimiles of the originals; the subsequent five tabloid-sized issues, now bound as a single volume measuring 9.25 x 13.5 inches, have been reduced slightly in scale from the original format.

[#12842]

AXE

Revue.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Antwerp, Guy Schraenen, 1975-1976. 4to; with numerous supplements, loose in the original wrappers as published, copies the regular edition of 370copies. (light soilage to the wrappers, back wrapper of no 3 somewhat shaven, internally fine).

EUR 1,000.00

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Ed. by Guy Schraenen,intended to be the successor of Henri Chopin's publication OU. With contribs. of Belgian avant-garde artists like Degottex, Ung no Lee, Bernard Heidsieck, Bram Bogart, etc., who contributed mounted illustrations and objects, printed on several stocks, many folding plates. Each volume includes a vinyl record by Henri Chopin, Brion Gysin and Sten Harison respectively.

[#16862]

THE AYLESFORD REVIEW.

A literary quarterly sponsored by English Carmelites.

Collection of 5 concrete/visual poetry numbers related to Dom Silvester Houedard , published 1963-1965: Aylesford Priory: St Albert’s Press, 1964. Stapled wrappers, slightly dusty, but good copies. (Detail below)

EUR 300.00

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Important for concrete and visual poetry for the collaboration of Dom Silvester Houedard. Volume V No.3 Summer 1963 .Aylesford Priory: St Albert’s Press, 1963.. Includes ‘Beat and Afterbeat - Poetry and Theology’ by Dom Silvester Houedard Volume VI No. 2 Spring 1964. Includes Review of Reviews: Cisatlantic Scenery by Dom Silvester Houedard Volume VI No.3 Summer / Autumn 1964. Includes ‘To Freshen our Sense of the Language’ by Dom Silvester Houedard. Volume VI No.4 Winter 1964-65 . With inserted printed xmas poem on folded card by Dom Silvester Houedard Volume VII No.I Spring 1965.

[#16195]

BAB ILU

Rivista del gruppo "A" di Bologna (Rivista di letteratura).

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Bologna, 1962. Original pictorial wrappers; (38 pages text+8 ills.; 44 pages). (Light soilage; blank back cover of the second issue with closed tear; otherwise very good).

EUR 1,600.00

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Direttore: Adriano Spatola, Redattori: Miro Bini, Gianni Celati, Giuseppe Landini, Vittorio Puccetti (No. 2 with Aurelio Ceccarelli, Claudio Altarocca, Carlo Conti Marcello). Texts by the various editors and by Emilio Vila, Alain Jouffroy, Alberto Tomiolo, Renato del Bono, Carlo Negri, Ettore Baldini; in no. 2: Roberto Roversi, Claudio Altarocca, Patrizia Vicinelli, Vic Detassi (In memoriam Charlie Parker), Bruno Camoirano, Il Teatro a Bologna (Badini, Cappelli, Cavalli, Dursi, Guazotti, Malavasi, etc.). The illustrations depict work of Leoni, Nino Crociani, Giuseppe Landini; in no. 1: 'La giovane pittura bolognese nel 1961'. No. 2 prints on the frontcover: 'Siamo contro: Moravia, Roversi, Rendiconti, Pasolini, Piovene. Siamo con, Anceschi, Zolla, Banfi, Balestrini, Villa, Cesaire, Robbe-Grillet.'

[#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. (Only no. 9 is lacking but is supplied in photocopy). 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) 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.

[#16609]

BIG VENUS

(Big Big Venus, Big Big Big Venus, Queen Camel Sister To Big Venus).

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). London, Big Venus (Printed by Roy and Erica Eden), 1969-1970.(no. 1 quarto, nos.2-4 small quarto, mimeographed (varying from 33 -62 pages), stapled in the original wrappers (nos. 3-4 illustrated, nos. 1-2 with lettering in the front-page); apart from a little wear a good set.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Nick Kimberley, Contributors include Richard Brautigam, Clayton Eshleman, Bill Butler, Andrew Crozier, Carl Weissner, Claude Pelieu, Bob Cobbing, Charles Plymell, Allen Fisher , George Brecht, John Ashbery, Peter Straub, Gerard Malanga (in no. 3, conversation with Andy Warhol,and others during the filming of 'Empire', Paul Buck (in no 2 included text 'a cunt not fit for the queen' , Fred Buck, and others. Volume four is titled "Queen Camel sister to BIG VENUS."

[#19374]

BILE

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

EUR 3,500.00

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

[#16402]

BIT

Arte oggi in Italia/ art: what's happening in Italy today.

Vol. 1 nos. 1-6; Vol. 2 nos. 1-4 (all published). Milano, Editore "Ed. 912. Edizioni di cultura contemporanea". Together 10 numbers in 9 (no. 3-4 is a double issue, printed and bound as "tête-bèche" with a cover for each issue). Unbound in the original wrappers, some very light dust-soilage, otherwise in good to excellent condition. Number 6 with the screw.

EUR 3,500.00

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Art magazine pulished by "Ed.912, focusing on contemporary avant-garde art and art movements in or related to Italy. With important Fluxus issue.Published in English with parallel Italian text. Daniela Palazzoli Dirretore responsabile / Editor. Comitato editoriale / Editorial council: Germano Celant, Mario Diacono,Daniela Palazzoli, Tommasso Trin . Richly illustrated issues varying in length from 32 - 126 pages. Contributions by and features on: Bruno Munari (letter, in No. 1), Kounellis, Schifano, Enrico Baj, Dan Flavin, Jon Phetteplace, Gianni Emilio Simonetti, Lamberto Pignotti, Concert Fluxus (in no 2), Arman, Brecht, Cage, Castellano, Twombly, Tinguely, Wesselman, Alviani, Scheggi, Arakawa, Bauermeister, Warhol, Vautier, etc.; Interview with Lucio Fontana (No. 5), Biennale di Venezia, Celant, Triennale di Milano, Documenta Kassel, News on Galleries and Exhibitions in Italy. Later issues include also articles on cinema, theatre, music and the current student movements (Anno 2 no 2 on Rudi Dutschke). See: Maffei/Peterlin, p. 71/73.

[#16422]

BLACK GATE

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

EUR 450.00

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

[#18379]

BLAKETIMES

Vol. 1 & 2 (complete). San Francisco: Cloud House (nd, c. 1980). [52 pp & 166 pp]. Two volumes, both fine. Side-stapled.

EUR 400.00

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An odd accumulation of mimeographed or photocopied found poems, newspaper articles, drawings, and more traditional submissions and reprints of work by Jack Micheline, Pancho Aguila, Leonel Rugama (a Sandinista fighter), Kirby Doyle, Ira Cohen, Nanao Sakaki, Guerilla Art Action Group, Antler, Simon Ortiz, Snyder, Kyger, Jack Kerouac (reprinting "Berkeley Song in F Major"), Ginsberg, McClure, and many others.

[#18065]

BLAST

a collective artists'periodical,

Joseph Nechvatal publisher: Jordan Crandall of X-Art Foundation, New York Ed. X-Art Foundation, New York Blast - a collective artists' periodical, a box incl. small objects and printed matter, ed. X-Art Foundation, New York -Blast 1, red cardboard box, ca. 45 x 34 x 3,5 cm; incl. Weiner and other (anonymous) artists, n.d. (1991). (This box also referred to as the Blue Box in 1996 Art Review) -Blast 2: The Spatial Drive, 1992, yellow cardboard box, ca. 51 x 38 x 4 cm, incl. Marina Abramovic, Mary Kelly, Hélio Oiticica, a.o. -Blast 3, black cardboard box, anonymous contributions included. This box "Remaking Civilisation", dated 1993. -Blast 4: Bioinformatica, dark green cardboard box, 1995; Art objects collection. Box and fitted lid, 15 x 12 x 3 inches. Limited to 500 copies. Containing eight works on paper, one floppy disk, 17 multiples, nine artist's publications, 15 printed leaves, one collage, one subscription card, one CD, one photograph, one slide transparency and one poster. All 4 together, believed all published.

EUR 1,800.00

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Joseph Nechvatal publisher: Jordan Crandall of X-Art Foundation, New York. It has been impossible to determine if the contents of the boxes is complete, most of the objects included are unsigned, unnamed and not registered in any way. The boxes were obtained directly from the collector who received them at the time, and he claims that they are as then received.

[#18138]

BLOCK 11

NI VU NI CONNU. N.p., 1985. Assembling: 30x22 cm., stapled, unpaginated

EUR 200.00

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Original contributions: xerox, stencil, original colour additions. The number of copies (14.000) are surely false… Not in Pernecky

[#19535]

BLOCNOTES

Art Contemporain.

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.) Paris, Automne 1992-sept/oct.1996. Original pictorial boards.; complete with No. 12 bis.

EUR 1,500.00

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Text in French & English. .Edited by Frank Perrin, Armelle Leturq, Fr.-Claire Prodhon, Jerôme Sans, Pascal Pique, Terry R. Myers. Thematic issues: No. 1: 'Stratégies d'Exposition'. No. 2: 'Epidemic'. No. 3: 'Dispositifs Contemporains'. No. 4: 'Champs d'Utopies'. No. 5: Dérives d'Hexagone'. No. 6: 'Économies & Système de l'Art. Contr. incl.: Larry Clarck, L. Cottingham, Thomas Wulffen, Robert Fleck, Roberto Ohrt, Philippe Régnier, René Viau, Luk Lambrecht, Sarah Rossiter, Vincent Labaume, a.o. " No. 7: Décalages/Discrepancies; No. 8: Des Laboratoires; No. 9:: Nouvelle Montricités'No. 10: Des Féminités. No. 11:Extreme Beautés; No. 12. Guérillas; No. 12 bis Moblilisation générale.No. 13: La Fête!. The Bloc is not concerned with groups, collectives and felicitous, amnesic congeries. Quite to the contrary, it offers a cross-fertilization of individuals and events, a certain notion of condensation. Nothing else than a sounding board for contemporary sensibiblity...".

[#19436]

BLURB

Onregelmatig verschijnend tijdschrift onder red. van Simon Vinkenoog.

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Paris, (June) 1950 - (June) 1951. In original parts (selfwrappers) as published; illustrated. Limited ed. of ab. 200 copies per number. (In good condition, slight browning and closed marginal tears to nos.1 and 8; no. 6 with handwritten ownership name in ink in the right upper corner). A nice set of this mimeographed periodical. Added: broadside prospectus, signed by Ad den Besten (stencilled, inserted in no 6).

EUR 2,200.00

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One of the important periodicals of the generation of the Fifties in the Netherlands; edited and with contributions by Simon Vinkenoog (sole author for nos. 1-3), Hans Andreus, Lodeizen, Remco Campert, Jan Hanlo, Paul Rodenko, Hugo Claus, W.F. Hermans, Ad den Besten, etc.; with ills. by Russell Sully (in no. 1), Jaap Nanninga, Paul Rodenko, Corneille (in no 5,"pour Hugo Claus" and the cover of no. 8), Simon Vinkenoog. The added prospectus is solliciting subscribers for the De Windroos Series ("Aan de lezers van Blurb""; uitgeversmmaatschappij Holland), signed by Ad den Besten.One of the important periodicals of the generation of the Fifties in the Netherlands; edited and with contributions by Simon Vinkenoog (sole author for nos. 1-3), Hans Andreus, Lodeizen, Remco Campert, Jan Hanlo, Paul Rodenko, Hugo Claus, W.F. Hermans, Ad den Besten, etc.; with ills. by Russell Sully (in no. 1), Jaap Nanninga (in no 2), Paul Rodenko, Corneille (in no 5 and the cover of no. 8), Simon Vinkenoog. The added prospectus is solliciting subscribers for the De Windroos Series ("Aan de lezers van Blurb""; uitgeversmmaatschappij Holland), signed by Ad den Besten.

[#16782]

BO HEEM E UM

Nos. 1-5 (all published). Greenock , Scotland/ Sherborne (UK), South Street Publication. 1968. (4 issues, as number 2 was never published) . Ca 20,5x16,5 cm., stapled, 14pp/12pp/10pp/12pp. Mimeographed, letterpress. (Small stain on frontcover of the first number, otherwise good and clean copies). Rare complete.

EUR 1,200.00

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Concrete poetry journal. Edited by Thomas A. Clark. Contributors: Julien Blaine ; Charles Verey; Dom Sylvester Houedard; E, Young E; ;C. Torrance; G. Smith; Charles Verey; John Sharkey,;M. Clark ; George Dowden; etc. Number 5 is Thomas A. Clark's "Alexander's gaze".

[#19896]

BOLLETINO TOOL

Bolletino aperiodico di informazione sulle forme e le attività della poesia avanzata.

Nos.1-3 ( all published) . Milano, Edizioni Tool. 1 april 1968 - 17 ottobre 1970. Orig.wrappers, or loose as issued. Number 2 still in the original plastic wrapper. Together with: - Poster on the occasion of First Exhibition on Tool Center: Takahashi Shohachiro: photopoems, bookpoems. blockpoems environmental circuits. Tool Center. Milan. 11th - 22th January of 1971. 49´5 x 35 cms. Offset on paper. Condition: Very good. With four folds how it was sent by the postal service.

EUR 4,000.00

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Assembled magazine and magazine as object of art -Number 1. 1 aprile 1968. Redattore: Carrega. 23 sheets,stencilled,recto only, 29,5x21cm, stapled on top; cover by Alberto Grifi. Lossely inserted a subscription form on pink, and a large folding poster:Anaexplosion.La Nuova anarchia.7/1/68 Genova. Light toning, good condition. -Number 2. 17 june 1969. Editor: Ugo Carrega. Publisher: Centro Tool, Milan. Dimensions: Diverse. 19 sheets, unnumbered, mostly folding and with illustrations in b/w, Stencilled. Binding: Folded, stapled and loose pages. It has no covers, contained in ( original ?) plastic pouch, With loosely inserted a booklet of 12 pages on yellow stock, stapled together, 5x21 cm., plus another stapled booklet of 4 pages on yellow stock,5x21 cm., with the names of the participating artists: Michele Perfetti, Madeline Gins, Pantabox, Landi, Blazek, Nebesky, Valoch, Carregam Zurbrugg, Bentivoglio, Ulrichs, Caruso, Hans Clavin, Accame, Etlinger, a.o. Condition: Very good. Yellowed-age toning. Loosely inserted: Universal Declaration for the Rights of Man; and a Signatories form for the Abolition of Military Service (both in Italian). - Number: 3. 17 october 1970. Authors & Editors: Ugo Carrega and Tomaso Kemeny. Publisher: Centro Tool, Milan. Cover: work by Tomaso Kemeny. 21 x 21 cm. 14 pages. unnumbered. Stencilled on paper (inside) or on cardboard (covers).black ink. Binding: White plastic sliding rod. Condition: Very good. Yellowed-age toning. Contributions by: John Furbival, Magd.Mussio, N.Garnier, Sarenco, J.F.Bory, A.L.Totino, Julian Blaine, Anzelm Hollo, Finlay, V.Accame, a.o,. Kitasono Katué, Edg.A.Vigo, Jochen Gerz, Eugen Gomringer, Clemente Padi, Jan Hamilton Finlay, Jean Claude Moineau, Eug.Miccini, Giuseoppe Chiari, Mario Diacono

[#19149]

BUZON DE ARTE

ARte de BuZon.

Ano 1 Numero 1. Caracas, Venezuela. Jabuary 1976. Large sheet 74x54 cm, beige paper, text and illustrations printed rect/verso in purple ink. Folded to 37x27 cm., good condition, except for small closed tear in right margin. Only one more issue was published.

EUR 800.00

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Edita y dirige: Diego Barboza. With contributions by Clemente Padin, Haroldo Gonzalez, Jorge Caballo, Klaus Groh, Peter van Beveren, Pepe Pappa,Ferró, Herve Fischer, EA Vigo & H.Zabala,Oscar Sj/ostrand.

[#16109]

C.U.L.

Nos. 1 (4 octobre 1980) and 4 (24 octobre 1981). 42 pages stapled between plain wrappers; 39 pages stapled between rose wrappers with titel in handwriting in blue watercolour. Mimeographed, offset, with illustrations.

EUR 400.00

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This publication, an assembling of typed mimeographed sheets, was initiated by Jean Dupuy. No. 1: La première soirée C..L. (Columbia University Lecture) a eu lieu à New York le 30 avril 1980; No. 4: CUL IV. Collège Unbiquiste de Lecture (Confessions: 28 Lectures) Soirée organisée par Jean Dupuy chez Antroine Esquilat à Paris). Contributions by Olga Adorno, Denis Aubertin, Elie Ayan, Charles Dreyfus, Jean Dupuy, Antoine Esquilat, Robert Filliou, Joël Hubaut, Jacques Halbert, Arnaud Labelle-Rojoux, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Patrice Lerochereuil, Jacques Monory, Angeline Neveu, Jacques Ohayon, Christian Xatrec, Jacques Pineau, Catherine Parisot, and in No. 4 also: Jean-Luc André, Joanna Bartholomew, Julien Blaine, Henri Enu, Jacques Halbert, Alain Snyers, Anne de Soto.

[#19341]

CENTER

Edited by Carol Bergé

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.). Woodstock-New York: Center (1970-1984). 4to; original illustrated wrappers, in very nice condition except for some faint uneven sunning to nos.4,5 and 10, and "“50c special"” penned to rear cover of #7.(also some ink notes in the text). Side-stapled or perfect bound wrappers.

EUR 2,200.00

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Edited by Carol.Bergé. Contributions by Ray Johnson, Philip Corner, Jackson Mac Low, David and Eleanor Antin, Charles Plymell, Clarence Major, John Wieners, Richard Kostelanetz, Lyn Hejinian,Fielding Dawson, Ivan Gol, Ed Sanders,E lisabeth Moore, Dick Higgins, also David Antin, Carolee Schneemann, Genesis P-Orridge and others.No. 1 and 8 with cover photograph of Georgia O'Keefe by Michael Vaccaro. Final issue is one of 200 numbered copies SIGNED by Bergé, contains a very long list of important contributors.Very rare omplete.

[#18141]

CENTERFOLD

A group of 5 issues, published in Calgary (CND), Parachute 1976-77. The 5 issues: #1 (August 1976), 2 (#Sept. 1976), # 4 and #5/6: Tabloid , 4 and 8pp: followed by a New series in magazine size, (27x20 cm)spine stapled: Vol. 3 no 4 (April/May 1979): . Vol.3 no 5 (June/July 1979): Calgary (CND), Parachute 1976.

EUR 400.00

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At first Distributed free to artists, arts centers and publications throughout the world. By the Parachute Center for cultural affairs, Calgary Edited by Clive Robertson. Contributions by O. Nations, General Idea, D. Higgins and others.

[#16400]

CERVO VOLANTE.

Pubblicazione mensile di poesia ed arte.

Nos. 1-18 (all published). Roma, Etrusculudens, 1981-1983. Original stiff (folding) marbled paper binding cases with titles pasted on the top board, each different. (Together 15 volumes, as 13/14, 15/16 and 17/18 were double). 8vo.

EUR 2,000.00

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Artist production directed by Adriano Spatola, Achille Bonito Oliva and Edoardo Sanguineti. With numerous original lithographs and serigraphies, small booklets etc. by Giosetta Fioroni, Paolo Cotani, Giuliano Della Casa, Gianfranco Baruchello, Pietro & Tommaso Cascella, Pablo Echaurren, Giulio Turcato, Mimmo Paladino and others. Texts by Hans Arp, Nanni Balestrini, Toti Scialoja, Alfredo Giuliani, Corrado Costa, Franco Beltrametti, Julien Blaine, Antonio Porta and others. Texts in Italian and some in English.

[#18176]

CHEETAH

Vol. 1 No.5, February 1968. NY: Twenty First Century Publishing. 4to. Near fine in stapled wrappers.

EUR 120.00

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Edited by Lawrence Dietz. Eugene Wildman presents an essay on the form and a small anthology of CONCRETISM. Reproducing works by Edwin Morgan, Timm Ulrichs, Hansjörg Mayer, and Seiichi Niikuni.

[#17509]

CHEMICAL OF THE MONTH CLUB

Bulletin.

A collection (complete ?) of 6 Issues w/ Ephemera and The Rubber City Chemcorp Special News Bulletin (Number 7 ?). Kent, Ohio: Kent Chemical Group, 1982-88. Offset printed with hand-coloring and sticker elements. Most issues consists of a single leaf printed on recto and verso and folded three times for mailing; one issue saddle-stapled at wraps. Addressed and mailed. With some added ephemera.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Dana A. Beezley. Seven issues of this hardly known conceptual artists' periodical. Each issue of the bulletin took a different class of drug as its subject, such as fertilizers, cleaning products, and romantic aids, and furthered the aims of the society, which were to warn against the evils of nature, and embrace the promise of chemicals. The figurehead of the organization was Chemical Girl, represented by a drawing of a smiling brunette holding up a glass beaker. This run includes assorted ephemera, including a flyer for a 1984 Chemical Girl Party, a couple of small one sheets (Key to the perfect body; The Nitrogen Ciycle; Personal Cleaning tips), and a postcard (Have you seen me?), mailed in 1988, inquiring as to the whereabouts of Chemical Girl, who had gone missing. The final item is a special hand-colored news bulletin from The Rubber City Chemcorp, the association which the Kent Chemical Group had morphed into, announcing the death of Chemical Girl and her subsequent resurrection.

[#17206]

CHEVAL D'ATTAQUE

Revue internationale d'expression ludique.

No. 0, 1-19 ( all publ.). Paris, mai/juin 1968-1978. 4to and 8vo; unbound, original pictorial wrappers; illustrated.Together with: CAVALIER SEUL. Bulletin d'information mensuel publié par "Cheval d'Attaque". Nos. 1-26 ( all publ.). Paris, 5 nov. 1973-février 1976. Folio (first 14 nos. stencilled), original wrappers, unbound.

EUR 1,700.00

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Edited by Didier Paschal-Lejeune. Cheval d'Attaque with contribs. by Marcel Béalu, Henri Chopin, Andre Breton, Suzanne Arlet, Jean-Claude Chastaing, Alain Frontier, Andre Martel, Jean-Pierre Bobilot, a.o., with ills. by Chabel, Gdalia, Paschal-Lejeune, Andre Martel, Jacq. Carelman, H. Chopin, Mirabelle Dors, Alain Frontier, Roland Cat, Maurice Rapin, Jean-Luc Martin-Lagardette, etc.; Cavalier Seul with contribs. by Alain Frontier, M.C. Gee, Carmelo Bene, Yves Giry, Jean-Paul Séguin; covers by Gil, Christian Tobas, Pierre Bassard, etc.

[#17263]

CHORUS

Issues 1 - 11/12 (all publ.). Paris, 1968-1974. 9 physical issues: double issues 5/6, 8/9, 11/12. Small 4to, original typographical & pictorial covers. Profusely illustrated Fine condition.

EUR 1,800.00

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Edited by Franck Venaille (chief ed.) and Pierre Tilman. An avant-garde periodical dedicated to current art movements, pop art and narrative art, primarily focused on France. Thematic issues. Contr.: Franck Venaille, Pierre Tilman, Jean Pierre Le Boul'ch, Daniel Biga, Stockhausen, Pierre Gaudibert, Le Clézio, Jean Clair a.o. Thematic issues (Sensibilté, Réalité, Collages, Solitude, Femme en Fleurs, Vivre, etc. Illustrations by: Peter Klasen, Vasarely, J.-P. Raynaud, Monory, Louis Pons, Arman, Ben, César, Le Gac, Boltanski, R. B. Kitaj a.o

[#16288]

CIRCOLARE SINISTRA.

Rivista bimestrale d'Arte e Letterartura.

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Torino 1955-1956 . Original pictorial wrappers, 16x11,8 cm; different colour for each number, light soilage and small damage to frontcover of nos. 1 and 6, but still a good set. Printed on different colour stock; with numerous ills. (5 physical numbers as 4/5 is double).

EUR 1,000.00

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Magazine of unusual literary texts, art and photographs, edited by the anti-conformist Italo Cremona, together with Mino Maccari. Issues varying from 32 - 48 pp + wrappers, which have the same image of a shouting man with variations applied each time (eye-glass, lipstick-kiss, glasses, moustache, beard). Polemical and satirical against various artistic directions or persons including A. Martini, Gaudi, Moreau, O. Redon, Y. Tanguy, de Sade, Boccini and the futurists, Dali, Huysmans.

[#15775]

CITTÀ DI RIGA

Periodico quadrimestrale d'arte.

Nos. 1-2 (all published). Pollenza, La Nuova Foglio, 1976-1977. 2 vols., 4to; 218, 208 pp. With illustrations. Original wrappers.

EUR 500.00

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Editors: Alberto Boatto, Maurizio Calvesi, Janis Kounellis (cover of No 1) , Fabio Mauri, Umberto Silva. With contributions by the editors and also: Mario Merz, Bruce Nauman, Vito Acconci, Luciano Fabro (cover of no. 2), Magdalo Mussio, Francesco Clemente, etc.

[#18661]

CLEFT

Vol. 1: No. 1 [no publisher], Edinburgh, Small quarto. 35pp. Light rubbing to the stiff wrappers, near fine and Vol.1: No 22. 1964. Edinburgh, 1964. 24 x 18 cm. 32 pp with some b&w illustrations. Wrappers, slightly dusty and worn on cover.hur (ed.), 1964. 24 x 18 cm. 32 pp with some b&w illustrations. Wrappers, slightly dusty and worn on cover.

EUR 1,000.00

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Editor: Bill McArthur. A student-created Scottish literary magazine published in response to criticism of the magazine *Gambit*, which had published William Burroughs's "The Mayan Story." Important for concrete poetry. Includes Henry Miller, William Burroughs ("Martin's Folly"), Gary Snyder, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Mike McClur, Norman Mailer, Hugh MacDiarmid, Anselm Hollo, Louis Zukofsky, Kenneth White, Eugene Ionesco, Giles Gordon, Andrei Vesnesensky, Astrid Gillis, Ian Inglis, Alex Neish a.o.

[#1344]

COLLECTIVE COPY

(By Jürgen O. Olbrich, Kunoldstrasse 34, D-3500 Kassel).

Test Copy/Copy Test, together with: Collective Copy (8+9+10). n.p. (Kassel); n.d. (1980) (Number 10 of 80).

EUR 400.00

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A magazine of copier-art. 'The pages were collected as part of my work for the collective copy magazine. 10 "test Copy/Copy Test" are sent to the people listed below, each copy being different from the others. You will only receive one "test Copy/Copy Test" in your life. It should be kept with your "Collective Copy". There will be no other copy in your town.' (Copies were mailed to Ceja, Krauthammer, Wolf Vostell, U.Carion, a.o.)

[#18440]

COLLEXTION

Artists' books.

colleXtion DELUXE. A series of object books. Produced in offset, photography, serigraphy or copy.Fifteen booklets. Each done by a different artist and containing some (signed) original artwork: The luxe edition consisted of of 20 copies (from 500) 'tirage de tête' numbered and each includes an original artwork. - colleXtion 1. Antwerp, Guy Schraenen éditeur,1975/1977. 10 volumes in-16 [110X 15 cm], stapled. Artists: E. Bal, A. de Bary, M. Gibbs, B. Bogart, Adzak, Maglione, J. Belis, Esmeraldo, H. de Clercq & Aesbacher. -colleXtion suite. Antwerp, Guy Schraenen éditeur,1978. 5 volumes in-16 [11 X 15 cm], stapled. Contains works by L. del Pezzo, K. Ritterbusch, G.Minkoff, B. Villers, C. de Charmoy. Together contained in corrugated carton boxes with red and black stamping.

EUR 2,800.00

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The artists: : Eduard Bal “Middelheim 20/21.8.1978”, Antoine de Bary “Mis sous enveloppe le 14 juillet 1975” ,Michael Gibbs “5 coloured alphabets in black and white”,Bram Bogart “Peinture”; Roy Adzak “Fire-imprint”,; Maglione “La leçon de broderie”,; John Belis “3 sculptures”,Servulo Esmeraldo “Méthode pratique et illustrée pour construire un excitable...”, Hugo de Clercq “Framework”, Aeschbacher “Aeschbacher de Bachi-Bouzouk”. colleXtion suite The artists: Lucio del Pezzo “ABC”, Klaus Ritterbusch “ Oh wie ich deine Kurven liebe!”, Bernard Villers “Trace”, Gerald Leo Minkoff “The theorie and praxis of rubber stamping”, Cozette de Charmoy “Mon centimètre volant”. -

[#19658]

COMMONPRESS

A collection of 29 issues: Commonpress is an Artist's magazine with a unique editorial premise. Every issue has a different editor. It grew out of mail art, and many of the editors were acrtive mail artists. At the time of it's seven-year retrospective in 1984 the magazine listed fifty-nine issues and editors (though a few issues had still to appear). Commonpress magazine began in Poland and subsequently spread geographically with the postal system from Brazil to Australia to the United States and beyond." (From: In Numbers). The numbering is verry erratic. See:Geza Pernecky,Assembling Magazines page 167 Between nos. 1 and 64 there were 15 never published

EUR 17,000.00

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- No. 1. Petasz, Pawel Location: Arriére-Garde Edition, Elbag, Polland. Dec., 1977 - No. 2. What Is The Difference Between Open and Closed? Organizer(s): Jonge, Ko deLocation: Key Art Edition, Middenburg, The Netherlands. : March, 1978 - No. 3. Eroticism and Art. : Below, Peter, Kitzingen, Germany. March, 1978 - No. 5. Box Boxing Boxers Organizer(s): Carrión, Ulises Amsterdam, 1978 - No. 6. Ideas on Wheels. Organizer(s): Carioca San Francisco, California, USA. 1978 - No. 7. was never published - No. 8. Positiv –Negativ. Hans Broeg, : Bergisch-Gladbach (Germany) 1978 - No. 11. Diary Pages :t. Mew. Mt. Berry, Georgia, USA 1978 Commonpress - No. 12. White Lies: Crozier, Robin: Sunderland, England 1979 - No. 15. Selfportraits Amsterdam, Stempelplaats, 15 September – 12 October, 1979. 59 cards illustrated by original stamps in various colours, of wich 2 are the titlepage and list of participants, and 57 numbered. Includes works by (a.o.): Anna Banana, Ulises Carrión, Vittore Baroni, Piotr Rypson, Johan Cornelissen, Bill Gaglione, Robin Crozier, Michael Perfetti, Nicola Frangione, Pavel Peta - No. 16. Artists’ Postage Stamps: Guy Schraenen: Antwerpen Belgium: 1979 -No. 18. Nudes on Stamps: E.F. Higgins III Location: Doo-Da Postage Works, New York, New York, USA. August, 1979 /// 120 color xerox artists’ postage stamps w. collage on cover, rubberstamped. Losely enclosed is a handsigned color-xerox stampsheet by Ed Higgins - No. 19. Pigeons of Freedom: Marx Vigo, G. E.: La Plata, Argentina: June, 1979 - No 22. “you can know more than you can tell”. Ed. Steve Durland, October 1979 - No. 23. Political Satire: Post Scriptu: Baroni, Vittore : Forte dei Marmi, 1979 - No. 25. Ruins - No. 26. Zen and Art: Frangione, Nicola (ed.): Armadio e Officina, Monza, Italy, 1980 - No. 28. Drawing Activity (= a POSTER): Wielgosz, Andrzej : Poznan, Poland, 1981 - No. 32: Artistic Fields. Herausgegeben von Wulle Konsumkunst. 1980 - No. 33. Meanwhile.: Butler, Russell : Gurdon, Arkansas, USA 1980 - No. 36. IDEA and Communication: Ruch, Günter : Switzerland 1980 - No. 39. Homosexuality: Christoph Machart: Witten / Germany 1978 - No. 46. Photoboothpictures. Schmidt, Angelika : Stuttgart, Germany : 198 - No. 47. Material Metamorphosis: Kid, Cracker Jack (Chuck Welch) Omaha, 1982 (Invitation Card to participate in the project (Postmarked). Note: It is not the issue. - No. 48. Selfexamination: Schmidt-Olsen, Carsten : Kiregardsvej, Denmark 1985 - No. 51. Hungary Organizer(s): Galántai, György – Budapest, Hungary 1984 - No. 53. The Dictionar: KP Fuerstenau: Frankfurt, Germany Date: 1984 - No. 55. Mail Art about Mail Art : John Held: Dallas, Texas / USA: 1984 - No. 56. Commonpress Retrospektive, Born To Survive / B.T.S.: Bleus, Guy Wellen, Belgium - Belgium 1984 - No. 64. Berliner im Pariser. Kalauer.: P. Kuestermann: Minden, Germany : 1985

[#16552]

CONTINUAZIONE A-Z

No.1 (all published). Napoli, Continuum, 1973. An illustrated dark-yellow porfolio, containing 25 folded sheets/posters of varying sizes, printed in b/w and occasionally colour, on white stock. Number 43 of an edition of 150, with the original wrap-around intact. Light wear to the edges of the portfolio, very light soiling, but an ecellent copy.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Luciano Caruso, Stelio Maria Martini as a special number of 'Continuum'. Contributions by Bugli, Caruso, Cassola, Causa, Colucci, De Filippi, Della Casa, Desiato, Discono, Dufrêne, Gerz, Locatelli, Marcheschi, Martini, Parmiggiani, Piccolo, Piemontese, Polara, Timm Ulrichs, Vandrepote, Vila, Gallina, Visco. (see extensively:Maffei/Peterlini. Riviste d’arte d’avanguardia p.81; Impassable naufrago, p. 117)

[#17358]

CONTINUUM

Number 0. Napoli, Publigraf, estate 1968. Large sheet of strong white paper, 100x70 cm, printed in black on one side, folded 5 times. In good condition with slight browning on the folds, and just minimal wear.

EUR 700.00

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The zero number of Continuum, of which lateron 5 numbers appeared (1968-1970). Text handwritten (reproduced) and designed within imagery "Non è facile ma noi a Napoli…...I Bambini. Time falls /today /off / because never/ lived/once". Directed by Luciano Caruso and Stelio Maria Martini. Edited by Renato Carpentieri, Luciano Caruso, Giuliano Della Casa, Giuseppe Desiato, Mario Diacono, Stelio Maria Martini and Mario Persico. (Maffei/Peterlini p. 82; Impassibile naufrago, p. 107)

[#18600]

CONTROL

(No. 3 onw. CONTROL MAGAZINE)

Nos. 1-20 (with a variant of No. 3). London, 1965-2018. (First 5 issues 34,5x 27 cm with screenprinted wrappers, then becoming 31x22,5cm.; also nos 6 and 13 with screenprinted wrappers, the others have printed pictorial wrappers). Complete collection of all issues thusfar published . Very light rubbing to the first ones, closed tear of 1 cm on cover of no 2, very light soilage to nos. 6 & 7, but as a set the condition is very good to near mint). Number 3 is present in TWO copies: both have a tipped-in envelope (with 3 Light modulators), and each a different ORIGINAL drawing by Peter Upward (one of 33,2x 52,5 cm, executed in green and pink wax-crayon over an aquamarine background, and the other 33,2x52,5 cm an abstract composition executed in blue, pink and orange wax-crayon on a white surface) and a moveable device (Poem Blanc/Blank Poem etc.), both have screenprinted covers in blue and pink (one a bit rubbed leaving light damage). Number 13 has a screenprint by Glenys Johnson "Agent Orange" and has the original artwork by Anish Kapoor in it (probably limited to 100 copies). Artist magazine self-published by Stephen Willats and with a full list of contents of all the issues.

EUR 5,000.00

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Published and edited by Stephen Willats. "The magazine is concerned with developing conceptual models". Control Magazine acts as a vehicle for proposals and explanations of art practice between artists seeking to create a meaningful engagement with contemporary society…....has documented the work of many artists, both from the UK and abroad and encouraged a wide discussion of artist’s practice". Contribs. include Logie Barrow, Roy Ascott, Mark Boyle, Anthony Benjamin, Peter Stroud, Joe Tilson, Victor Burgin, Derrick Woodham, Eric Brown, Adrian Berg, Douglas Sandle, Don Mason, Kevin Lole, John Stezaker, Peter Smith, Anish Kapoor, Tony Bevan, Mary Kelly, Lili Fischer, Dan Graham, Helen Chadwick, Martha Rosler, Lawrence Weiner, Les Levine, Michael Gibbs, Endre Tot, etc.; also collectives and galleries, special issues (e.g. Coginition Control, Midland Group Gallery, Norringham, 1972;No. 10: Extending the social function of art; No. 11: Self Organisation, the expression of counter consciousness; No.14: Symposium Art Creating Society Oxford, 1989; Art and intervention at Wilma Gold, London, 2003) . Further details on request.

[#17108]

COTO DE POESIA.

4 issues (all published): Assembling. Palma de Mallorca, 1977/78.

EUR 1,200.00

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Edited by Horacio Sapere. Mail pieces in envelope (23x16,5 cm.).Xerox, rubber stamps, silkscreen, collages. Clemente Padin, Jaume Pinya, Horacio Sepere, Geoffrey Cook, Perro Verde, J. Canyelles and others.

[#19670]

CREACTION.

Revue Tract.

Nos. 5, 8/9, 10, 11,12/13. Lille. 1968-1970. Stencilled.

EUR 300.00

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Rédaction: Pierre Vandrepote, Lille.

[#19047]

CURTAINS

Numbers 1-21 (all published). Maidstone (1-3) then Hebden Bridge: Curtains, 1971-78. Various formats, mostly mimeographed, with later issues offset printed. Some numbers with individual titles. With “bullet holes” to the back cover of no. 1, as issued, and occasional pasted in or inserted elements and holograph additions, as issued. A remarkably bright, near fine example, with the exception of number 18/19/20/21, which has a vertical crease to the back cover and last few pages. Exceedingly scarce complete.

EUR 4,000.00

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Edited by Paul Buck. A remarkably sustained project distinguished by the innovative use of the mimeograph, unified design sense, and a far-ranging list of contributors of the most interesting poetry and prose of the decade, especially by lesser known authors. Curtains also made an effort to introduce hitherto unknown French writers in English translation. With contributions from Genesis P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti of COUM Transmissions, Lydia Davis, Paul Auster, Georges Bataille, Maurice Blanchot, Jacques Derrida, Jean-Pierre Faye, Bernard Noël, Edmond Jabès, Robert Kelly, Larry Eigner, Clayton Eshleman, Allen Fisher, Eric Mottram, Ulli McCarthy, Jeff Nuttall, Barry MacSweeney, John Hall, Douglas Oliver, Iain Sinclair, John James, Bill Griffiths, Peter Riley, Pierre Joris, Keith Waldrop, Rosmarie Waldrop, Cid Corman, Claude Royet-Journoud, Roger Giroux, Alain Veinstein, Roger Laporte, Danielle Collobert, Mitsou Ronat, Jacques Roubaud, Marcelin Pleynet, Agnès Rouzier, Joë Bousquet, Jean Daive, Jean Frémon, Susan Hiller, Gina Pane, Vladimir Velickovic, Henri Maccheroni, Jean-Luc Parant, Paul Neagu, Philip Corner, Ulrike Meinhof, Opal L. Nations, Veronica Forrest-Thomson, Anthony Barnett, Michael Haslam, Glenda George, Geraldine Monk, Kris Hemensley, and Brian Catling. A remarkably bright, near fine example, with the exception of number 18/19/20/21, which has a vertical crease to the back cover and last few pages.

[#18711]

D.P.V. - DER POLITISCHE VENTILATOR

D.P.V. Der Politische Ventilator. Number 1 (all publ.). Milano, Mauri, 1973. Tabloid size magazine (40,5 x 28,2 cm), 80 pages, illustrated throughout; kept between two card covers (of which the front-cover illustrated, the back cover plain) , held with three copper bolts in the spine. Size: 40,5x28 cm. A fine copy, rare.

EUR 2,000.00

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Artist periodical directed by Fabio Mauri, Edited by Achille Mauri, Krachmalnicoff. Texts are in Italian, contrary to what the title sggests.Tabloid size magazine (40,5 x 28,2 cm), 80 pages, illustrated throughout .Politically engaged publication with forceful contents related to the war, fascism, Jewish related issues and anti-semitism, etc.; This magazine relates on four performances by Fabio Mauri. Some of the reproduced texts are original contributions, while some where published earlier. The photographs are by Claudio Abate, Ennio Antonangeli, Mimmo Capone, Elisabetta Catalano, Marcella Galassi and Marcello Gianvenuti .Contributors include Achille Bonito Oliva, Giorgio Pressburger, Elisbetta Rasy, John Francis Lane, Eugenio Battisti, Maurizio Calvesi, Tullio Catalano, etc. (See: Maffei/Peterlini. Riviste d’arte d’avanguardia. pag.88-89)”

[#15920]

DA AU DELA (Da -a/u delà)

A magazine of arts and literature.

(No. 1, only published). Milano, ottobre 1966 (Stampa Arti grafiche La Monzese). (w/h 13,5 x 26,3 cm, stiff wrappers, containing 2 sheets in harmonica folding, opening to 14 pages of 6,2 x 26,2 cm and one loose insert of 12 x 26,2 cm printed on the same stock as the covers).

EUR 700.00

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Edita da/ published by "ED.912" Edizioni di cultura contemporanea. Contains texts and illustrations (b&w only) of Slvano Bussotti, Ben Vautier, Emilio Villa, Lourdes Castro, André Balthasar, René Berthold, George Brecht, La Monte Young, Magdalo Musio,, Dick Higgins, Wolf Vostell, Daniela Palazzoli, and others.

[#16424]

DAILY BUL

Moniteur de la Pensée Bûl et de l'Académie de Montbliart.

Number12 : " Who are you ? Oui êtes- vous? ", 1968, La Louvière, Belgique. Size: t 34 x 22 cm, ca. 160 unpag. pp.

EUR 1,500.00

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" Who are you ? Oui êtes- vous? ", Artists were invited to send Original Contributions as an answer to this Question. They mailed drawings, collages, photos, text and projects: Alechinsky, Baj, Ben, Bury, John Cage, Christo, J. Dine, Erro, Gette, D. Higgins, Iannone, Knowles, Kudo, Messagier, Paik, M. Oppenheim, D. Rot, Saito, Spoerri, Topor etc. Filliou declared the page with the list of the 81 Participants as his Contribution, as he is all of them in one person. George Brecht contributed a sheet w. inkdrawings and wordgames on 'La Cédille qui Sourit'.

[#18169]

DEADSTART

A journal of letters, design and typographic printmaking

(No.1 all publ.?) San Francisco: Black Stone Press, 1980. 42 pp.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Peter Koch. Contributions by Hitchcock, Bigus, Walkup, Ratch, Johnston, and several others. Slip laid in stating edition size to be 250 instead of 500 copies.

[#7146]

DELO

Mesecni Knjizevni Casopis.

Vol. 21 no 3. Beograd, 1975. Original wrappers, 204 pp. Illustrated.

EUR 200.00

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Thematic issue: 'Konkretna, Vizuelana i Signalisticka Poezija' / Concrete, Visual and Signalist Poetry'. An Anthology By Miroljub Todoroviç. . Contains work of J. Adler, C. Bremer, J.F. Bory, A. de Campos, H. Chopin, P. Finch, J. Gerz, R. Hausmann, D. Higgins, L. Ori, A. Riddel, T. Ulrichs, P. de Vree, a.o. Cover ills. by M. Todorovic.

[#19044]

DERISOIRE

Nos. 1-2 [Complete]. Paris: c/o Bondage, c. 1986/1987. 4to, first issue xeroxed in b/w and stab-stapled, with two leaflets laid in; second number xeroxed in b/w on different sizes of paper stock, some of the sheets individually stapled together, and laid into a folded sheet. (each ab. 26/28 pages). Fine. Very rare.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Ajax/c/o Bondage. Likely all issues published of this enigmatic artists' periodical, or at least the only two issues noted by Perneczky, who terms it "a French graphzine of a late generation" and proposes a date of 1986. The first issue includes the manifesto of the "Reseau 666" group, as well as pieces by marker (Chris Marker?), ULRIKE MEINHOF (Lettre d'une detenue du couloir de la mort), and Artaud. With additional work across both issues by Bogdan Borkowski , Olivier, Charles W. , Ajax, Yves Thelen, JDM , Noel Gaudin, Philippe Pissier , Nathalie Gauthard , Thierry Tillier , Ossang José Galdo, Kervizic and others. A few texts in English. A text in no. 2 proposes an English version of the issue, but that never materialised. OCLC locates no holdings.

[#16783]

DIER

Assembling: Laren (NL), Stichting Vrije Muziek 1980. 30x21 cm., loose leaves, unpaginated, in folder. Xerox, original photographs, a 45 rpm record , a sheet of sand-paper, etc. (contained in the -somewhat damaged- original mailing envelope) .

EUR 350.00

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Assembling made by Martin Hoogeboom/Stichting Vrije Muziek, with contributions by Arnold Kreps, Peter Kok, Martin Hoogeboom, Gerard de Haar, Hans Bol, Wittgenstein (condensed edition, by hysterionix,1979)

[#16723]

THE DIFFICULTIES

Vol. 1 - 3 (all published). Viscerally Press, 1980-1989. Together six issues (each vol. in 2 issues). Original wrappers.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Tom Beckett and Earel Neikirk. The first two issues are general numbers, printing the work of Cid Corman,Dick Higgins, Fielding Dawson,Theodore Enslin, Larry Eigner, Tom Raworth (his "loose alphabet" small pasta soup letters in a clear envelope), Silliman, Hejinian, Messerli, and many others. Beginning with vol. 2 no 1 each issue features work by a single poet, with others responding to his work. Charles Bernstein, Ron Silliman, David Bromige, and Susan Howe are featured in order. (Secret Location p. 272).

[#17098]

DIREZIONI

Rassegna d'arte e di poesia d'avanguardia.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Milano, nov./dic. 1958 - giugno 1959. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 1,800.00

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Directed by Riccardo e Fabrizio Mondadori. Contributions by Edouard Jaguer, Raoul Hausmann, E. Sanguineti, N. Balestrini, V. Agnetti, H. Juin, C. Vivaldi, C. Cignetti, Francis Picabia, Theodore Koenig, Michel Tapié, François Jacqmin, Kurt Schwitters, a.o. Reproductions after A. Jorn, Hundertwasser, Tàpies, Picabia, Piero Manzoni, Sergio Dangelo, Emil Schumacher, F. Kline, G. Dova, a.o.

[#19303]

LA DRAGA

Arte, arquitectura y urbanismo desde Cantabria

Numero 0, Santander, 1978 (all publ.) . No page numbering (146pp.). Typographical wrappers. 20.5x21, with interesting layout and makeup, richly illustrated. Somewhat dustsoiled, otherwise internally fine.

EUR 300.00

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Directed by Elisa Obregón andRafael Gutiérrez. Collabortors: Isaac Cuende, Jesús Lázaro, Jordi Borja, J.R. Saiz Viadero, F.L.A. The first and only issue of this periodical with rich content. An article on Manuel Raba, concrete poetry by G. Colomer, interview with Vicente Aleixandre, etc.

[#18278]

DREAM SHEET

Number 1 (all publ.) New York, NY, Wakoski 1965. 56x42,5 cm., broadsheet, offset printed on both recto and verso and folded three times, as issued.

EUR 650.00

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Edited by Diane Wakoski. WIth contributions from La Monte Young, George Brecht, George Hitchcock, Kathleen Fraser, Ruth Krauss, Ted Enslin, Carol Berge, Wesley Day, Eniale Fark, George Economou, Larr Goodell, Ken Irby, David Ignatow, Jackson Mac Low, Carol Berge, Jerome Rothenberg, and Harry Lewis

[#16694]

DRECK

Bits & pieces from the frontier

Beau Geste Press, Devon, UK. [January 1972] 4to, 32 pages, mimeographed, on varying coloured stock, sidestapled.

EUR 500.00

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Produced by the Beau Geste Press under the auspices of the American Arts Documentation Center at the University of Exeter. Includes contributions (Poetry, Performing Arts, Film, Criticsm) by Mike Weaver, Mick Gibbs, Jerome Rothenberg, Carolee Schneemann, Luis Bunuel, Tny Rayns, David Mayor, Felipe Ehrenberg (Frontcover, handpainted) , and others.

[#18649]

THE DUMB OX

A quarterly art journal

Nos. 1-10/11 (all published). Northridge/Cal. Summer 1976 - Spring 1980. Original (self-) wrappers, (Nos.1-3 size 43 x 27,5 cm., folded to quarto, later issues 28 x 21,5 cm). Illustrated. (except for light soilage and some foxing all in good condition).

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by James R. Hugunin and Theron Kelley along with various guest editors - Number 1. Summer 1976. premier issue on Conceptual Photography, and Art, Education, and ZenTabloid size folded once, 18 pages, several photographic illustrations + pasted in a red balloon (with printed text: ART’S in the hands of a bunch of nuts). - Number 2. Fall 1976. Photographs by Susan Haller, Robert Cumming, John Baldessari, Eda Bierman, Lew Thomas, John Divola and others. - Number 3. Winter 1977. Tabloid size folded once, 30 pages, illustrated throughout, among which photographs by Paul Sanders, Kenenth Shorr, Robert Cumming, Vida Freeman and others. - Number 4. Artists Books. Spring 1977. Leslie Hugunin, Dwight Chrissmas and Jim cravens (editors). Quarto size magazine, 63 pages, illustrated throughout among which photographic illustrations by Ed Ruscha, Michael Snow; Larry Bell + several photographs of artists books. Illustrated wrappers. Front cover: 8 X 10 by Lew Thomas. I- Number 5. Photography and Ideology. Summer 1977. Leslie Hugunin, Dwight Chrissmas and Jim cravens (editors). Quarto size magazine, 57 pages, illustrated throughout among which photographic illustrations by Martin Lesinski, Lance Rutledge, Hal Fisher, David Watanabe and others. Front cover with still from Antonioni’s CHUNG KUO. - Double Issue. No. 6 / 7. Fall 1977/spring 1978. James Hugunin, Mary Kenon Breazeale, editors. Quarto size magazine, 70 pages, illustrated throughout among which photographic illustrations by Jim Doolin, Charles King Mitchell, Susan Grieger; Robert Heinecken; Karl pretunak; Barry Singer, Marshall and others. Front cover with sketch for the Converter by Bob Bates. - Number 8. Winter 1979. Sociology, Anthropology and Art. James Hugunin. Mary Kenon Breazeale, editors. Special guest editor Kenneth Friedman. Quarto size magazine, 63 pages, illustrated throughout. Front + rear cover by Meyer Hirsch. - Number 9. Summer 1979. Special subscriber’s issue. Quarto, 12 pages, illustrated throughout. Printed wrappers. - Number 10/11. Spring 1980. Performance issue. Guest editors Allan Kaprow and Paul McCarthy. Quarto, un paginated (76 pages), illustrated throughout.Edited by James R. Hugunin and Theron Kelley along with various guest editors -

[#16311]

E MAGAZINE.

Nos. 1-2 (all published?). Rockville, MD/Utrecht (NL), 1976. (No. (1): 19,5x14 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset. No. 2: 28x21cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset.).

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Eugene Carl and Marshall Reese. With contributions by Gabor Toth, Jiri Valoch, V. Radovanovic, Miciael Gibbs. Josef Honys, Karel Adamus, and others. Number 2 is Arrowpoems for Gregg Surrey, with music notations.

[#15598]

E/ MANA/ AZIONE

A group of 9 issues: Nos. 1, 2, 3 (with some handwritten corrections), 4, 7,12,13,19, 20. Ca. 28x 23 cm, some issues a bit larger. Napoli, Firenze, etc., 1976-1980

EUR 1,000.00

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Published and edited by Luciano Caruso, Stelio M. Martini, Franco Magro, with contributions by Franco Visco, Dick Higgins, Emilio Villa, etc.; issues of 4 pages each, with photographic illustrations. "Notizie di laboratorio, foglio dis/continuo a circulazione privata, acefalo, I testi possono liberamente riprodutti. Redazione aperta, extravagante, gli interessati alla realizzazione di un foglio devono communicare a tutti gli altri corrispondenti la data di uscita e il numero, realizzazione a stampa." No.1: april 1976. No. 2: settembre 1976 No. 3: settembre (sic) 1976 No. 4: novembre 1976 No. 7: dicembre 1976 No. 12: febrrairo 1976 No. 13: maggio 1978 No. 19: ottobre 1979 No. 20: marzo 1980 (See extensively biblio: L'Impassibile Naufrago, le riviste sperimentali a Napoli negli anni '60 e '70, Guida Editori, 1986. )

[#17670]

EARTH IMAGE

Collective Notebook. Co-ordinated by LAUGHING BEAR

Assembling: 29,5x22Cm . Vancouver. . Laughing Bear 1972. Bound by a metal fastener, unpaginated (37pp). Various print techniques on differen supports (offset, xerox, screen-print) including original additions (collages, rubber stamps, felt-tip drawings). Edition unknown (100 copies ?, this copy handnumbered as 59/100).

EUR 800.00

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33 participants: K. Allen, Laughing Bear, The Northwest Mounted Valise, David Chandler, General Idea, and others.

[#12854]

EDDA

Cahiers internationaux de documentation sur la poésie et l'art d'avant-garde.

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Bruxelles, 1958-1964. 4to; original pictorial wrappers; illustrated.

EUR 500.00

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Directed by J. Lacomblez, with contribs. by Ed. Jaquer, Marcel Broodthaers, Corneille, P. Joostens, M. Seuphor, J. Schuster, R. Hausmann, P. Alechinsky, C. Bryen, J.J. Lebel, Bertini, Lam, A.Dax, Klapheck, Mesens, etc. Reproductions after Enrico Baj, Corneille, Tajiri, Klaphek, Breton, Servranckx, Gherasim Luca, Marcel Broodthaers, Alechinsky, Wols, Georges Henein, etc.

[#19893]

EDITION ET

Edition Et. Monographical Edition. Rot, Diter / SNOW by Diter Rot. Edition ET /Vol. 15. Berlin, 1966 A printed Portfolio, 23 x 23 x 2 cm, 16 folded printed sheets, each 46 x 68 cm, with 247 b+w photographs,foreword (German) by Daniel Spoerri. Very fine.

EUR 700.00

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In addition to the 4 albums there were 3 monogrphical editions. The present one is no. 15, and nos13 (Bazon Brock) and 14 (vostell) were also published. There were no volumes for numbers 5 to 12 ever published.

[#19924]

EDITION ET

Vol. 1-4 (all publ. as periodical portfolios). Berlin, 1966-1967. Each volume a cardstock portfolio containing (ca 50) loose-leaf plates, in b/w and colour, each measuring 23 x 23 cm. made exclusively for this publication. Each vol. complete with al the sheets (except vol. 4 without the plastic foil by K.Lueg). The set in near min condition.

EUR 4,000.00

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Full set of this artist publication, important for conceptual art and visual poetry, edited by Bernhard Höke (vol. 4 by Rochus Kowallek, entitled Deutschland Report). Each volume complete with the required 50 plates (except for one missing work by K.Lueg in vol. 4) measuring 23 x 23 cm, some double and folded, and a few folded posters, photomontages, typographical art, serigraphies etc depicting work of the most important contemporary artists. Volume 1: containing works by M. Bense, G. Brecht, R. Filliou, Gomringer, Ben Vautier, W. Vostell, E. Williams a.o.; Vol. 2: containing works by E. Andresen, L. Gosewitz, B. Höke, J. Kolar, R. Lichtenstein, B. Lüthi, Nam June Paik, D. Roth, W. Vostell, a.o.; Volume 3: containing works by B. Brecht, Christo, H. Gravenhorst, J. Hidalgo, B. Höke, F. Köther, B. Lüthi, B. Vautier, Vostell, St. Wewerka, a.o. (but lacking L. Lonidier); Vol. 4 (= Deutschland Report) containing works by J. Beuys, KP Brehmer, H. Mack, O. Piene, S. Polke, G. Richter, G. Uecker, Vostell, a.o.; This is compklete for the puvblication as portfolio-albums. There were lateron 3 monographic volumes published, numbered 13-15 (some separately available); no volumes were published for numbers 5-12.

[#17092]

EDITION HUNDERTMARK

Booklet (s)

Nos. 1-10 (stapled in orig. card-wrappers, in orig. cardboard box, lightly sunned, sides loosening, internally fine), Hundertmark, 1976-1982. 15-21 cm. (Each number signed by the autor, no 21 of the limited edition of 80, from a total of 300 printed). All first editions.

EUR 600.00

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The Edition Hundertmark published his first artist booklet in 1976. Each booklet has 16 to 24 pages and is with a cardboard binding. 1. 1976 ENDRE TÓT, "TOTal questions by TÓT" 2. 1976 JII VALOCH, "12 exercises" 3. 1976 GEORGE MACIUNAS, “FLUX PAPER EVENTS” 4. 1978 BERNH. JOH. BLUME, "Einige halluzinative Schraffuren" 5. 1979 CLAUS BÖHMLER, "ERDKUNDE" 6. 1980 PETER PICK, "Physiognomie von Krankheiten" 7. 1980 RUDOLF BONVIE, "Die Jagd ist eröffnet" 8. 1981 AL HANSEN, "Performance / Live Art Notes" 9. 1982 HENRI CHOPIN, "Typewriterpoems" 10. 1982 JOE JONES, "Five Bells"

[#17148]

EDIZIONE CENOBIO VISUALITA

Uno - Sei

Numbers 1-6 (all published). Edizione Cenobio Visualita Ass., Milano, 1979-1984. 8vo., original wrappers, stapled.. Very good condition. Kept in a cloth slipcase.

EUR 1,400.00

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Art direction and design: Aldo Spinelli. Unpaginated issues in white card covers. Text in Italian, French and English. With photo illustrations. No. 1: a cura di Ben. June 1979. . No. 2: a cura de Bernar Venet. Photography: John Abbott, Eeva Inkeri, Andre Morain, Harry Shunk and Grant Taylor. Art direction and design: Aldo Spinelli. No. 3: a cura di Vincenzo Accame. June 1981. Art direction and design: Aldo Spinelli. No. 4: a cura di Sol LeWitt. June 1982. Artists included: John Hilliard, Douglas Huebler, Ian Hamilton Finlay, etc. No. 5: a cura di Giuseppe Panza di Biumo. June 1983. Photography: G. Sinigaglia and G. Colombo. Graphics: P. D'Agostino. Artists included: Carl Andre, Larry Bell, Dan Flavin, Jene Highstein, Robert Irwin, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt - Richard Nonas, Richard Long, etc. No. 6: a cura di Arturo Schwarz. . Artists included: Gianfranco Baruchello, Alighiero Boetti, Alik Cavaliere, Ettore Colla, Flavio Costantini, Sergio Dangelo, Ugo Dossi, Lucio Fontana, Franco Francese, Pinot Gallizio, Osvaldo Licini, Piero Manzoni, etc. Further names of artists included in the various sections on request.

[#17496]

EGGS

Vol. 1 no 1 (all publ.). Princeton: Lewis MacAdams, 1964. [58 pp]. Mimeographed, side-stapled wrappers. "Copy no. 63" inked on the title page, many holograph corrections (probably by the editor).

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Lewis MacAdams, David Schatz, Peter Delacourte. With contributions by Ted Berrigan, Gerard Malanga, Ron Padgett, MacAdams, Jonas Mekas, Joe Brainard, and others.

[#18924]

ELECTRIC ART

Los Angeles, UCLA Art Department, 1969. Small quarto, unpaginated (48 pages), illustrated throughout. Blindstamped copper colored wrappers. Near Fine.

EUR 300.00

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Foreword by Oliver Andrews. An introductory note by Alan Watss + a text by Jack Burnham. Catalogue of an exhibition organized by Oliver Andrews and the staff of the UCLA Department of Art, at the UCLA Art Galeries, January - March 1969, and the Phoenix Art Museum, April - June 1969. Artists represented include Oliver Andrews, Stephen Antonakos, Fletcher Benton, Zbigniew Blazeje, Robert Breer, Jack W. Burnham, Eugenia Butler, James Byars, Enrique Castro-Cid, Chryssa, Mike Cooper, Mary Corse, Francois Dallegret, Dana Draper, Dan Flavin, William Grover, Intersystems, Douglas Huebler, Jessie Jacobs, Edward Kienholz, Gyula Kosice, Joseph Kosuth, Stanley Landsman, Linda Levi, Les Levine, 'Su Li' (Eic Orr), Tom Lloyd, Ronald Mallory, Boyd Mefferd, Pat O'Neill, Nam June Paik, Chuck Prentiss, Eral Reiback, Joseph Riccio, John Rosenbaum, Morio Shinoda, Takis, Jean Tinguely, Sy Weisman and Thomas Wilfred. Includes biographical sketches and a few bibliographical references.

[#16599]

EPHEMERA

A monthly journal of mail and ephemeral works.

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Amsterdam, Other Books & So, (November 1977-October 1978). Each issue between 8 and 16 pp. (31,5 x23 cm), with inserts and collaged items. (Note: Number 5 is present in 2 variants). ADDED: Circular Letter (stencilled) by Ulises Carríon (Postmaster) of ERRATIC ART MAIL INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM.

EUR 3,000.00

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Seminal mail-art journal, nicely produced with mounted inserts, postcards etc. Sometimes colour added. Edited by Ulisses Caríon, Aart van Barneveld, Salvador Flores. Works by General Idea, Raul Marroquin, Katalin Ladik, Janoz Kass, Guy Schraenen, Judith Hofberg, Wally Stevens, Tóth Gabor, Dick Higgins, Richard Prince (in no 1), etc. No. 5: Padin and Caraballo are in Jail! (This issue present in 2 copies, each with a variant of the illustration mounted on the front). No. 10 «Special Langwe Jart issue» printed in white on black stock. No. 11 «Ungary special» No. 12 «Brazil special»

[#17611]

ERSTE HILFE (Immendorf, Heubach & Vostell)

No. 1. (All published). Köln. Eigenverlag. April 1970. 4to. pp. (36). Illustrated throughout with photocopied texts, letters and photoworks. Self-wrappers, simple gummed spine, which is split.

EUR 500.00

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Edited and published by IMMENDORF, Jörg (Büro Olympia) & Fritz HEUBACH (Interfunktionen) & Wolf VOSTELL (Kombinat 1). The one and only issue of this offshoot of "Interfunktionen".

[#17663]

ERSTE ZEITUNG

With: ZWEITE ZEITUNG.

ORTSGRUPPE LUZERN des SWB. (Schweizerischen Werkbund). Luzern (CH), Schill & Cie1976. First and second issues of 3 that were planned (the third was never published). Tabloid, unpaginated (12pp each).

EUR 300.00

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DAS WORT (Erste Zeitung), Ernst Buchwalder: Arbeiten, Studien, Projecten 1969 - 1975. DER PLATZ (Zweite Zeitung), Ruedi Schill and Otti Gmür.

[#7556]

EVENTO

critica e cronaca delle arti.

Nos. 1-9 (all published ?; lacking no. 5). Venezia, Nov./Dec.1957 - Sept./Oct. 1959. Together 6 issues (nos 3/4 and 7/8 were double). Original coloured wrappers (with slight soilage); 4to; illustrated.

EUR 1,500.00

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Directed by Toni Toniato & Federico Bondi, with contribs. by F. Bondi, Toniati, I. Troubetzkoy, Bruno Rosada, A.P. de Mandiargues, Guido Ballo, T. Cerretti, H. Bischoffshausen, F. Russoli, J.J. Leveque, E. Sanguinetti, etc.; featuring artists like: Edm. Bacci, Lucio Fontana, Aldo Bergolli, Mario de Luiggi, Gianni Bertini, G. Mathieu, Calder, Capograssi, Nauman, Pollock, Morani, Burri, Scanavino, Wols, etc.

[#19986]

EX

Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (= last publ.). Roma, editione Ex., 1 giugno 1963-1968. Various sizes, bound card, loose in orig.boards container, last number a poster, folded. Light soilage to some of the covers. Extremely rare complete ensemble of published issues; no 4 (which was published as looose posters rolled into a -cardboard tube) does not have the tube and lacks 2 of the 16 posters;(details see below), otherwise in fine condition, flat and not folded. See Maffei/Peterlini p.92. Here (nor in the numbers themselves) no index of the items contained so that an absolute exact collation (except for No. 4) is not possible. We have indicated how manyf items are contained in each number of this set, whichmakes the impression of being complete.

EUR 5,000.00

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Concrete poetry publication. Contains broadsides by: John Cage: Conferenza su qualcosa; Mario Diacono: M'; S.M.Martini: Para x Logismata; Emilio Villa: Anatomie; N.F. Simpson: Piccolo libro; Emilio Villa: Le Lilber Mutus; Emilio Villa: Tabula Absphixoria; Mario Diacono: Fet Ich Es. No. 1. Numero/ Neombre/ NéhommeRR/ Nehemero/ Nuemère/ Noomero/ Nomero/ NéentreEtc./ Neumero/ Mauombre/ Neomero/ Nihombre/ Noumero/ Numoir/ Noomerit/ Nauhomero/ Néembre 1. Roma, giugio 1963 (Lungotevere Artigiani, 10, Tip. La Litograf. A cura di Emilio Villa e di Mario Diacono e di Gianni Debernardi. 8 broadsides sheets folded to 4to size, contained in original brown porttfolio of heavy card, with imprint on the front cover in silver & black. Emilio Villa, Mario Diacono, John Cage, Stelio Maria Martini, N.F.Simpson. (Ciontains a total of 11 folded items of different sizes. - No. 2: Emilio Vila. La Liberté et la mort. Loose leaves in a card container.: Broadsides and mimeographs, folded, by Emilio Villa, Adriano Spatola, Jean Jacques Lebel, Antonin Artaud, Patricia Vicinelli, Paolo Lionni, a.o.; 14 folded items plus titlelage; - No. 3. marzo-dicembre 1965. Broadsides and mimeographs, folded, different sizes., Emilio Villa, J.J.Lebel, François Dufrene, Pastrizia Vicinelli, William Burroughs, a.o; a total of 11 items contained in a card folder with lterring in brown; the folder with light damage at the folds. - No. 4, 1968 (aprile), 14 posters 69x49 cm. Numero pubblicato sotto la direzione di Emilio Villa e Jean Jacques Lebel. Note: 2 posters are missing as is the cardboard tube. No. 5. folded poster, 83x 64,5, printed in green and red on white paper, folded to 32x21 cm. Emilio Vila, Jean Jacques Lebel. Edizione straordinario per un assassino, Ben1968. (Maffei/Peterlini p.92)

[#20095]

EX

No. 2: Emilio Vila. La Liberté et la mort. Loose leaves in a card container.: Broadsides and mimeographs, folded, by Emilio Villa, Adriano Spatola, Jean Jacques Lebel, Antonin Artaud, Patricia Vicinelli, Paolo Lionni, a.o.; 14 folded items plus titlelage; in good clean condition in the orig. Card container.

EUR 800.00

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[#17468]

EXIT

Revue trimestrielle.

Nos. 1-12/13 (all publ.). Paris, déc. 1973 - automne 1977. Original pictorial wrappers, kept in a fine box designed by Pierre Mercier; numerous illustrations. Together with another copy of No. 1. déc. 1973: De-luxe, No. 36/100, with signed serigraphies by Bellegarde, Nave and Sandorfi.

EUR 1,800.00

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Edited by: Patrice Delbourg, Olivier Kaeppelin, Martine Cagnot, Raphaël Pividal, and with contributions of: William Burroughs, Brion Gysin, Jean-Marie Gibbal, Martine Cagnot, André Velter, Yves Buin, Mac Cullers, Georges Perec,a.o. Photography: Jacques Monory, Marisa Duhalde, Marie Breton, Luc Girard. Informative and well illustrated magazine featuring many contemporary artists (e.g. Bellegarde, Naves, Sandorfi, Gafgen, Messac, Schmosser, Stempfel, Gasiorowski, Kijno, Biasi, Monory, Aillaud, Delay, Babou, Van Velde, Bailly, Lüthi etc.).

[#19684]

EXPERIMENTA

Poesia Experimental. Galeria Daniel.

Eperimenta 2-Propociciones de accion.Primera Parte. 60 loose sheets, printed in red on offwhite paper, in orig mailing cover. Madrid. 27 de marzo 1973.

EUR 400.00

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Works by: Eugenio Miccini, Michele Perfetti, Ferro Antonio, Enrico Bugli, Sarenco, Luigi Ferro, Adriano Spatola & Giuglia Nicolai, Padi, Vostell, Rot, Lora-Totino, etc. Contribution also by Gianno Bertini, who was the recipient of this set in envelope.

[#15727]

EXPERIMENTAL POETRY MOVEMENT - ESCUELA DEL ESPIRITU EXPERIMENTAL.

SERPENTINA - KA-BA, PAMELA 1243, MEDIODIA, SIGLO 1 POESIA, ARTE Y CRITICA. Collection comprising 10 issues of the periodicals Serpentina (l957-1958), Ka-Ba (1958 – 1959), Pamela 1243 (1959), Mediodía, (1963-1964) and Siglo 1 Poesia (published in Mexico) as detailed below. All issues are fragile and aside from occasional soilage and paperspotting in good condition. The total price of the collection is:

EUR 10,000.00

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= SERPENTINA (Buenos Aires). Numero 1. Primavera. 12 pages incl.wrappers, printed in red and black. 31,5 x 14.6 cm; Numero 2: Verano 1957. 24 pages, printed in b/w. 29.5 x 12,2 cm (from in total 4 numbers published). (No. 1 with small chip from bottom of front-cover, very light staining). Director: Tilo Wenner. Artwork: Angel Juri. Editorial board: Luis A. Massa, Simon Kargieman, Raul Quevedo. With the collaboration of: Celia Gourinskii, Simon Kargierman, Hugo Loyácono, Raúl Quevedo, Luis E. Massa, Alejandra Pizarnik, Jorge A. Paradiso, Eduardo Garavaglia, Annelies Hager, St.ohn Perse, Pierre Doudemille, Precedes KA-BA (the organ of the experimental poetry school of Buenos Aires ). TOGETHER WITH: ==KA- BA . Organo de la escuela del espíritu experimental de Buenos Aires. Prolongación fundamental de Serpentina.Director: Tilo Wenner. Editors: Hugo Loyácono, L. Edgardo Massa, Eduardo Garavaglia. Lay-out: Rómulo Maccio. Reproductions of Maccio for the cover; Contributors: Víctor Chab, Pilles Ehrmann, Jacques Herold, Wilfredo Lam, Eduardo Garavaglia, Micheline Caty, H. De Champrel. Numero 1 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, (Libreria Galatea, Via Monte 564). Noviembre 1958. 28 pages in illustrated wrappers. 18,5 x 25,7 cm. (Left bottom corner of the front-cover with light moisture stain, top end and right-hand side a bit shaven, back-cover slightly soiled and closed tear of ab. 1,5 cm). Internally well-preserved and clean. ADDED: 1) a stencilled pamphlet: "Las causas intolerables" (Laid into the back) and, 2) a publicity leaflet, stencilled, with b/w illustration and text: "¡En pie de guerra!. Aniquilando la complicidad. Sin vacilación. KA-BA. Con el violento delirio de la destrucción." (light staining). TOGETHER WITH: ==PAMELA 1243. (Publicación de la Escuela del Espíritu Experimental de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, (KA- BA). Numero 1 (all publ.). Buenos Aires 1958. 8 pages, staples in the spines removed which caused about 0,3 x 0,5 cm loss of paper in the spine where the lower staple had been. Size: 28,8 x 21,6 cm. (Very light soilage to back cover, internally fine). Directors: Tilo Wenner and Luis Edgardo Massa. Interesting typography and lay-out, partly as collages, typewritten and handwritten texts intermingled with illustrations and drawings. Tilo Wenner: 'in Situs. Bandera verde.' (Una metafísco del cuerpo El gran capón padre, Mama es un Araña?, Cuantos neuronas tiene Usted?. Text on procreation and coitus, one word corssed-out in ink). Gherasim Luca (Cuarta de hora metafisica), A photograph of a metaphysical sculpture of Jacques Herold, photographed with the artist and Luca. Paúl Yvenez (Yo se como toto el mundo), text with illustrative drawing in the margin), Tilo Wenner (Ejercicio para marcar un nuevo tiempo), handwritten text with illustrated drawings in the margin, Luis Edgardo Massa (la nuevas comparaciones), handwritten text with drawings in the margin. Black and white illustrations throughout. TOGETHER WITH: ==MEDIODIA. Aparece cada dos meses. Numero 1. Castelar (Buenos Aires), not dated [1963]. 12 pages, selfwrappers, illustrated; rusted staples; 27,7x22 cm. Together with Numero 2. Castelar (Buenos Aires), Octubre 1963. 24 pages in illustrated selfwrappers; stamp on the front cover; right upper-corner repaired. 18,8 x 28,7 cm. (From 6 numbers published, of which the last was a double issue. Both issues with light duststaining and browning, internally good). Directors: Hugo Loyácono,Eduardo Garavaglio, Luis Massa, Raúl Quevedo, Ruben Tizziano, Tilo Wenner. Graphic design: Alfredo Esteban Rey. Illustrated throughout in black and white, drawings and woodcuts by Rios, Romberg, Celaya, Benítez, Rolón. The second number, in oblong size, includes work by Enrique Molina (text and drawing), Raúl Gustavo Aguirre, Raúl Quevedo, Hugo Loyácono, RubenTizziano, and woodcuts by Eduardo Vigo, Luciano Rolón,Raúl Soria, and Miguel Angel Rios. Drawings (some full page) by Daniel Zelaya, David Lamelas 2), Alfredo E.Rey, A photograph (composition) by Ronerto Alvardado. Texts by Amelia Nogueira, Antonio Vigo, Tilo Wenner, Eduardo Garavaglia, Luis Massa, Ruben Tizziani, Raúl Quevedo, Hugo Layocono. Number 1 opens with a manifest: "KA-BA, el espíritu experimental" "..leido y distribuido en el famoso anti-espectáculo ofrecido en el desaparecido Salón Kraft, el cinco de octubre de 1959...". TOGETHER WITH : ==ARTE Y CRITICA. Publicación mensual de cultura. Numero 2. Buenos Aires, Agosto 1964. Original pictorial self-wrappers, 24 pages. 32 x 23,4 cm. (light staining and foxing of front and back covers, internally clean). Directors: Ruben Vela and Tilo Wenner. Editorial Secretary: Celia Paschero. - Miguel A. Ríos (Frontcover). With the collaboration of Daniel Lamelas, Enrique Romano, Aldo Paparaella, Rolón, Oliveira. Notas de Enrique Molina, Basilia Papasmatiu, Alejandra Pizarnik, Hugo Loyácono, Sergio Mulet, Ruben Vela (On Jackson Pollock), Octavio Paz. TOGETHER WITH: ==SIGLO 1 - POESIA. Mensual de poesía, prosa, ensayo, artes plásticas. México, D.F. A group of 3 numbers as follows: Numero 1, marzo de 1964. A sheet of 42,5 x 60 cm, folded to 24 pages measuring 21,5 x 10,5 cm; Numero 3, mayo de 1964. A sheet of 47,5 x 69 cm, folded to 24 pages measuring 23,8 x 12 cm.; Numero 7 noviembre de 1964. Sheet of 44 x 70 cm, folded to 24 pages measuring 22,6 x 2 cm. (From an unknown number of issues published). Large sheets of kraft-paper with text typeset or made with a typewriter, illustrated throughout and printed in black with green-, black with purple- and black with red ink. (Paper browned, and some wear on the folds). Editor Alfonso Loya. With collaboration of Tilo Wenner, Raquel Jodorowsky, Mary Ferrero, Antonio Sosa, Thelma Nava, Hugo Loyácono, Homero Aridjis, Gonzalo Arango, Arturo Calderón, Julio Cortázar, Enrique Bessonart, Federico Campbell. Innovatively designed with texts and illustrations laid-out on large sheets, illustrations based on 15th-18th century woodcuts, drawings by Steinberg, Enrique Bessonart, Alfredo Barazza. The apparently precarious financial situation of the publication is demonstrated by the following SOS-text in no. 3: "Siglo 1- (su revista favorita) Aclama todo tipo de apoyo metálico y aliento de sus lectores....Gracias. El Editor".

[#16104]

EXPERIMENTAL POETRY MOVEMENT - ESCUELA DEL ESPIRITU EXPERIMENTAL.

PAMELA 1243: The ORIGINAL ARTWORK AND PASTE-UP (Maquette) used to print this magazine, which was published in Buenos Aires in 1958. 8 sheets of 31,5 x 24 cm, pasted onto larger beige cardboard sheets of double that size, folded in the spine to form a booklet. (The final printed issue is about 10% smaller in size). Page 1: collage of thick black paper, and white paper superimposed for the titelage, pasted on a black ink-drawing heightened with white gouache. Page 2: typewritten text (with ink corrections) and manually cut-out lettering for the masthead, handwritten texts in black ink and black paper collages in the margin. Page 3: typewritten text with manually cut-out lettering 'Gherasim Luca - Cuarto de hora de Metafisica'. On the right-hand side an original photograph (18 x 12,7 cm) showing an 'Escultura Fisica' by Jacques Herold, flanked by the artist together with G. Luca (the photograph is smudged by white gouache, after the actual printing, as this is not showing in the finalised issue); Page 4: typewritten text by Paul Yvenez 'Yo se como todo el mondo' (extractado de la Rose Parallele, inédito). In the left corner a drawing in black ink, 9,5 x 12,8 cm (heightened with some white gouache) pasted onto the beige underground, and 2 smaller inkdrawings pasted as collages around the text; Page 5: a nicely executed handwritten text in black ink entitled 'Ejercicio para marcar un nuevo tiempo' by Tilo Wenner, the page decorated by an ink-drawing of ab. 5 x 22 cm pasted above the text, an ink-drawing of ab. 8x 6,5 cm and 6,5 x 9,5 cm (drawn directly on the paper) adorning the handwritten text, also some small black paper collages; Page 6: nicely handwritten text by Luis Massa, 'Llas Nuevas comparaciones', adorned by two pasted black inkdrawings (14,4 x 7,2 cm and 13 x 6,8 cm). Page 7: typewritten text, following the text of page 2, with handwritten additions and the name of Tilo Wenner; Page 8 depicts an exploding bomb, collage based on a cut-out of an image of a horse's leg, with black ink applied, manually cut-out text 'Europa Servirá?', and neatly handwritteng in black ink 'El lenguaje de la bombia atómica es una enseñanza europeo-norteamericana. Igual el ser America no puede justificar esto. !América es revolución!'. Handwritten in pencil the instruction for the measurements for printing (44 cm for two facing pages of the front and back cover). The maquette is well-preserved, having served in the printshop it has some light staining, likely caused by chemicals.

EUR 4,000.00

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[#16814]

EXPERIMENTAL POETRY MOVEMENT - ESCUELA DEL ESPIRITU EXPERIMENTAL.

EXPERIMENTAL POETRY MOVEMENT - ESCUELA DEL ESPIRITU EXPERIMENTAL. A collection of ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS and ARTWORK connected with the Experimental Poetry Journals. All are related to Tilo WENNER (1921-1976, one of the initiators and most important members of the Movement. He was a victim of the regime and disappeared in 1976. The collection was acquired from his daughter.). - An original design-paste up by Tilo Wenner for a proposed cover of KA-BA, which was not used, executed in black and white gouache with collaged lettering in yellow, on a dark red underground pasted on black card (20 x 24 cm. - An original design by Tilo Wenner for a proposed (not used) cover of KA-BA , black ink drawing on beige paper (20x26 cm), image of 20x18,6 and the title KA-BA next to it. On the verso in his handwriting: "September 9, 1958: Deuxième lettre a mes amis….Notre Ka_Ba sera essentiellement l'organe de nos experiences (Massa, Caravaglia, Loyacono et moi) et des autres poètes et peintres….." - The original typewriter-script of a text by Paul Yvenez 'Je sais comme tout le monde' (translated 'Yo so etc") and published with illustration in PAMELA by Tilo Wenner) - An original pamphlet signed by Wenner, Massa, Loyacono, Rinaldi, Garacaglia: "La causas intolerables". Stencilled typewritten text. - Pamphlet "Exactamo. Maison des mots, fondée en 1960, Paris (8, rue Joseph-de-Maistre, Partis, 18) . Texts commencing with 'Nous vous donnons le mot.'" Printed on green paper (21x13,5 cm) - 6 ORIGINAL DRAWINGS in black ink by Tilo WENNER.

EUR 3,000.00

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[#16639]

EXTENSIONS

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). New York, 1968-1974. 7 issues (double issue no. 5/6). 8vo. Original wrappers as issued. Printed covers. Each issue 96 pp. All near fine, (except faint foxing to covers of no 4, no 5/6 foxing to front cover, corner-crease to rear, no 7 cover lightly rubbed. no 8 toning to spine, small corner-crease to front cover a complete collection in good condition).

EUR 900.00

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Editors: Suzanne Zavrian, Joachim Neugroschel. Art direction and design: Irene Friedman. Contr. incl.: Vito Hannibal Acconci, Arakawa, Max Bense, André du Bouchet, André Breton, René Char, R. D. Cohen, Jean Daive, J. Dubuffet, Ch. Henri Ford, Jim Fulkerson, Jochen Gerz, Madeline Gins, Carter Ratcliff, Georg Trakl, Oswald Wiener.. Periodical dedicated to Avant-garde Poetry and Literature of worldwide scope with foreign contributors including Miodrag Pavlovic from Yugoslavia, Erling Salomsen from Norway, Wolfgang Hildesheimer from Switzerland, Seiichi Niikuni from Japan…

[#16565]

EXTRA

(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).

[#7607]

FACTOTUM-ART

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Calaone-Baone, Verona, 1977-1979. Original illustrated wrappers; 4to.

EUR 1,500.00

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Directed by Paul de Vree and Sarenco. The first vol. counts 264 pp., later issues 16 pp. each; cover-design by Sarenco. With numerous examples of experimental poetry by Sarenco, Arias-Misson, Paul de Vree, Takahashi Shohachiro, Michele Perfetti, Higgins, Hampl, Trinkewitz, Aubertin, Castagna, Hilgemann, Joseph Beuys, Miccini, Franco Verdi, a.o. The first issue contains o.a. correspondance between Paul de Vree and Raoul Hausmann and articles by Alain Arias-Misson (o.a. on generative grammar-poem, public poem, poesia visiva).

[#16556]

FACTOTUMBOOK

Nos. 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 11,12, 17, 18, 21,26. Calaone-Baone, Verona, n.d. (ca.1979)-1980. Original wrappers; 4to.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Sarenco and Paul de Vree. 14 issues from the collection as follows: No. 1 (Lotta Poetica 1971-1975), No. 2 (16 pp.): 'Poesia Sonora' with contribs. by P. de Vree, B. Heidsieck, Eugenio Miccini, Sarenco, Franco Verdi, No. 3 (Sarenco) "Esenin...No. 6 (S-Cultura 1). No. 7 (L'arte lascia il segno).No. 8 (Rapporto taliano), No. 9 (Jiri Kolar "Anticollages"), No. 10 (Joseph Beuys, Intervista 10/5/1978), No. 11 (Alain Arias-Misson), No. 12 (24 pp.): 'Museum des Geldes' by Joseph Beuys. No. 17 (Paul de Vree, Brandwonden). No. 18 (32 pp.) 'Münchner Gedichte' by Sarenco, Beuys, Guidolotti. No. 21 (48 pp.) 'Futurgappismo' with contribs. by Sarenco, Ulrichs, Miccini, Damini, Baroni, Battisti. No. 26 (36 pp.) 'Piano Album': Short piano pieces 1962-1984, by Dick Higgins.

[#16640]

FAMOUS

Two volumes( all published). Oakland: Whiz Press, 1975 & 1977. Two volumes, each near fine in side-stapled wrappers (28x21,5cm), mimeographed.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Steve. LaVoie and Lana Marie Michaleczko. Oakland: Whiz Press, 1975 & 1977. With contributions by Keith Abbott, John M. Bennett, Dick Higgins, Pat Nolan, Opal L. Nations, Ron Silliman, Kathy Acker, and others.

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FANDANGOS

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

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

EUR 10,000.00

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

[#16533]

FENDA

Magazine frenética.

Nos. 1-4. Coimbra/Porto, 1979(81)-1982. Size: tall 29,3x18 cm.: all in good condition as follows: No 1: Fenda revisitada. Reediçao corrigada do no.1 publicado na Primavera de 1979/ Coimbria, 1981. 50 pages, stapled in orig, pictorial wrappers. No. 2: Coimbra, Verão 1979. 94 pages in original pictorial wrappers. No. 3-4. Porto/Lisboa, Fevereiro 1982. 52 pages, stapled in pictorial wrappers. With: Fenda. Não ela mesma. Publicação não periódica.A. Coimbra, Setembro 1980. 36 pages in yellow illustrated wrappers, size 29,5x 36 cm. Printed in b/w, wrappers in sepia on yellow (wrappers slightly damaged). With: Fenda/O. A Fenda na Poesia 1979-1984. Antologia de Jaime Quebranto. Coimbra, 48 pages in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited and coördinated by Vasco Tavares Dos Santos, close to visual poetry, with a collective of (a.o.) Justino Pinho, Fernando Cascais, Tito (&Brigitte) Cardoso e Cunha, Luis Noguaira, Joaquim Ramos de Carvalho, A. Diogo, Julios Dias Gomes, Margarda Bento, etc.; numerous photographic illustrations, photomontages etc. in an innovative lay-out and typography.

[#17112]

FETICHE JOURNAL.

Number 1 (a.k.a Number 0) - Number 4/5 (all published). Chiuduno (I), Fetiche Editions 1979/1982. 24.5x12cm (Number 0) and 17,5x12 cm., stapled, unpaginated.

EUR 1,000.00

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Journal devoted to concrete poetry and mail art. Edited by Walter Gaspari. Contributions by J. Cage , F. Beltrametti , G. Fontana , M. Perfetti ,P. Rypson, S.M. Martini , G.A. Cavellini , L. Pignotti , A. Schwerner , M. Perfetti , R. Kostelanetz, W. Xerra, W. Burroughs and others.

[#18948]

FILE

Megazine.

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

EUR 16,000.00

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

[#18684]

FLUE

Franklin Furnace Archive

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

EUR 5,000.00

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

[#15344]

THE FOX

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). New York, Art and Language, 1975-1976. Original wrappers, card covers with newsprint pages, ill. 4to.

EUR 500.00

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Published by the Art and Language Foundation. Fundamental journal of conceptualism. Edited by Sarah Charlesworth, Michael Corris, Preston Heller, Joseph Kosuth, Andrew Menard, Mel Ramsden. Contribs. by the editors and Michael Baldwin, Philip Pilkington, Ian Burn, Adrian Piper, Mel Ramsden, Michael Corris, Zoran Popovic, Paul Wood, Lynn Lemaster, Terry Smith, Ron White, Karl Beveridge, Trevor Pateman, Jasna Tijardovic, David Rushton, Martha Rosler, Terry Atkinson. Issues of 144-202 each, fine condition.

[#17312]

FRANKLIN FURNACE ARCHIVE ARTISTS BOOK BIBLIOGRAPHY

Vol. 1-3 (all publ.). New York, Franklin Furnace Archive, 1977-1979. Together 429 bibliographical notecards (10 x 15 cm); published in a limited edition of 500-1100 copies.

EUR 500.00

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Bibliography published in the form of a card index (each vol. 143 cards held together by a rubber band). Includes artists' statements and much information not published elsewhere.

[#18925]

FRONT

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

EUR 300.00

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

[#19974]

FRONT

Vol. 1 No. 4: Special Edition: International Rubber Stamp Exhibition San Francisco, C.,: 23.April 1976 La Mamelle Arts Center, San Francisco 23.April 1976. 12 unpag. , 45x29 cm, Tabloid.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by C.E. Loeffler and Mary Stofflet.. Contributions by Ray Johnson, Hervé Fischer, Klaus Groh, E. M. Plunkett, C. Law, Ken Friedman,Georg Gugelberger, With the list of participants.

[#15581]

FUTURA

Nos. 1-26 (all publ.). Stuttgart, edition hansjörg mayer, 1967-1968. 26 leaves (48 x 48 cm), folded to 24 x 16 cm,Limited edition of 300 copies. A very good clean and bright set.

EUR 2,200.00

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Series of broadsides for experimental Literature, Graphics and Typography, which derives its title from the use of the Futura type-face. Innovative lay-out. Each issue by an author and/or artist close to conceptual poetry, intermedia art and Fluxus. Contribs. by Max Bense, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Diter Rot, Emmett Williams, Bob Cobbing, Dick Higgins, Herman de Vries, Robert Filliou, Peter Schmidt, Wolf Vostell, Hiro Kamimura, Mathias Goeritz, Klaus Burkhardt, Reinhard Dohl, Louis Zukofsky, Bohumila Grogerova, Josef Hirsal, Job Boj, Augusto de Campos, Edward Lucie Smith, , Frieder Nake, Carlo Belloli, Jonathan Williams, Pierre Garnier, Edwin Morgan, Andre Thomkins. Each number contains a short essay about the artist and his work and on the verso poster-sized folding out images, References: Archiv Sohm, p. 155.; Eye on Europe (MoMa); rare complete set.

[#19463]

FUTURA POESIA SONORA

Antologia storico critica della poesia sonora, a cura di Arigo Lora-Totino. Critical-historical anthology of sound poetry edited by Arrigo Lora-Totino Milan, Cramps Records, Avril 1978. A book of 60 pages, illustrated,with text over 4 columns, with Introduction by Renato Barilli. Together with, and contained in a silver-paper covered lettered box together with 7 long-play vinyl disks 33/30, each contained in the original illustrated sleeves (Cramps records 5206-301 to 5206-307).

EUR 1,800.00

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Very complete Anthology of Sound Poetry, with texts in Italian and English by Renato Barilli, richly illustrated with photographs and examples of musical scores and texts. The disks: - Futura 1: La déclamation futuriste: Filippo Tommaso Marinetti (1912-1914), Francesco Cangiullo (1913), Giacomo Balla (1914-1918-1920), Fortunato Depero (1916) & Farfa (1933-1937-1947) .-Futura 2: Lo Zaum, langage transmental: Vladimir Majakovskij (1913-1918), Velemir Chlebnikov (1908-1922), Vasilij Kamenskij (1916), Aleksej Krucenych (1912-1920-1922), Il»Ja Zdanevic (1918). Le simultanéisme français: Pierre-Albert Birot (1916-1918) & Arthur Pétronio (1965). -Futura 3: Precurseurs et dadaïstes en Allemagne: Christian Morgenstern (1890-1905), Paul Scheerbart (1897-1898- 1902), Hugo Ball (1916), Tristan Tzara, Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck (1916) & Raoul Hausmann (1919-1947), Kurt Schwitters (1919-1921-1922-1926-1936-1937-1946). -Futura 4: Face 1: Le cri Antonin Artaud 1947. Face 2: l’ultra-lettrisme: François Dufrêne (1958-1971), Henri Chopin (1974-1975) & Bernard Heidsieck (1974). -Futura 5: La poésie sonore aujourd’hui: Franz Mon (1973), Gerhard Ruhm (1954-1956-1965-1973-1975), Nikolaus Ein - horn (1975), Ladislav Novàk (1970) & Carlfriedrich Claus (1965). -Futura 6: La poésie sonore aujourd’hui: Brion Gysin (1960--1962), Paul De Vree (1965-1966-1974), Bob Cobbing (1975), Isidore Isou (1965), Maurice Lemaître (1965), Altagor (1947-1960), Patrizia Vicinelli (1967-1976) & Adriano Spatola (1976). -Futura 7: La poésie sonore aujourd’hui: Maurizio Nannucci (1976), Demetrio Stratos (1976), Arrigo Lora-Totino (1965- 1970-1974) & Il Concento Prosodico (Sergio Cena, Arrigo Lora-totino, Roberto Muso, Laura Santiano) (1976). The container-box has some wear to the corners,but is otherwise in good condition. The disks and sleaves in perfect condition. [Schraenen Vinyl, p.227; Broken Music p.236; Bonotto PVM0175 ( an edition in 2 volumes).

[#16170]

FYLKINGEN INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN

No. 1. 1966; Nos. 1-2. 1967; No. 1.1969: SPECIAL Issue: Fylkingen Catalogue of TEXT - SOUND - COMPOSITIONS (Cat. Raisonne) Copyright 1969; No. 2.1969. (original wrappers, fine, and the special issue in blue plastic ring binder, w. printed title, 25 x 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp.). TOGETHER WITH: Fylkingen Och Sveriges Radio Presenterar Tre Kvaller Med Text-Ljud-Kompositioner II. April 1969 Stockholm: Fylkingen, 1969. 30 x 21 cm 4 pp loose in folded paper cover. Includes a programme of radio transmissions, loosely inserted. Swedish text. A few marks to cover o.w. very good. (From the archive of Henri Chopin). Probably complete.

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by Fylkingen - Society for Experimental Music and Art . Most probably the complete set. Issue 1/ 1966. FYLKINGEN BULLETIN Nr 1. 1966. Stockholm: Fylkingen Society for Experimental Art, 1966. 24 x 22 cm. 48 pp with b&w illustrations. Swedish text. Printed glossy covers, lightly stained. Contains: John CAGE, Dagbok. (Probably all published of that year). Issue 1/1967 Printed papercovers, 25 x 22 cm, stapled, 44 (+ 2) pp. Texts in English + French. Contributions by K. Wiggen: Memorandum 1965, G. Larsen: Fylkingen, its development and aims, John Pierce, Oskar Hansen, Yona Friedman: Architecture mobile, Anthony Hill, S. Fagerberg, Carl Lesche. Approx. 30 b+w illustr. incl. photogr. of K.H.Stockhausen performing "Kontakte" in 1960 Issue 2 / 1967 Printed papercovers, 25 x 22 cm, stapled, 56 (+ 2) pp. Texts in English + French + Swedish. Contributions by Pierre Schaeffer, Iannis Xenakis, Gunnar Hellstroerm, A. Lucier, NAM JUNE PAIK (Experiment elektronisk bild), Kostas Axelos. Approx. 10 b+w illustr. incl. photographs of PAIK and TV-installation. No. 1.1969: SPECIAL Issue: Fylkingen Catalogue of TEXT - SOUND - COMPOSITIONS (Cat. Raisonne) Copyright 1969. Blue plastic ring binder, w. printed title, 25 x 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp. No. 2. Stockholm, 1969. Original wrappers; 32 pp.; sq. 8vo. Contribs. incl.: 'Some Functions of Music' (by Erik Götlind); 'The Musical Background of Computer Music' (by Knut Wiggen); 'Fylkingen's group for Linguistic Arts and Text-Sound Compositions' (by Bengt E. Johnson); 'Festival à Stockholm' by Henri Chopin; written score of Bernard Heidsieck's composition 'Terre à Terre'. 25 cm, stapled, 32 unpag. pp. Special Issue: Preface in English by the Fylkingen Linguistic Group. Lists works of Henri Chopin, Bernard Heidsieck, Francois Durfrene, Bob Cobbing, O. Fahlstrom, Ilse + Pierre Garnier, John Giorno, Brion Gysin, Dick Higgins, Jandl, Ray Johnson, Kriwet, Bengt af Klintberg, Jackson MacLow, Ladislav Novak, Carl Reutersward, G. Wolman et al. plus a Discography and Addendas.

[#16791]

GALLERIA REPASSAGE, Warsaw

Bulletin.

4 issues of the Galeria Repassage’s Bulletin. Uniwersytet Warszawski 1973/1976. 29x21cm., (1973 issue: 20x19,5 cm.), stapled, unpaginated. Letterset, offset.

EUR 250.00

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Catalogue of the activities of the Gallery: installations, performances, concrete poetry. E.i E. Cieslar,Tomasz Osinski, Grzegorz Kowalski, Piotr Bernacki, Jerzy Kalina, Miroslaw Klivar, Tomek Sikorski, Elzbieta & Emila Cieslarow (1956-1976) and others. Some texts are tranlated into English.

[#18111]

GANG

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

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#17267]

GARD SIVIK

3-maandelijks (lateron: Tweemaandelijks) tijdschrift, uitg. door de Vereniging ter Bevordering van de Avant-Garde Kunst.

Nos. 1-33 (= all publ.). Brasschaat / Antwerpen / Rotterdam. Maart 1955-Feb. 1964. Original (partly) pictorial wrappers, well preserved set, only some sunning and light dustsoilage to a few covers. Number 12 with the rare orig.banderolle/ wraparound (slightly damaged). Tog. 29 physical issues. Complete with the pamphlet "DADA!" (= supplement to no. 12, ab. 25 x 40 cm, folded to 12,5 x 20 cm).

EUR 4,000.00

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Quarterly ( lateron bimonthly) published by the "Society for the Promotion of Avant-Garde Art". Founded by Gust Gils, Hugues Pernath, Paul Snoek, Tone Brulin, Simon Vanloo, Herman Denkens; lateron including H. Sleutelaar, Armando, Cor B. Vaandrager, C. Buddingh, Simon Vinkenoog,a.o.; With contibutions (and /or illustrations) by Asger Jorn, Lucebert, Opland, Gust Gils, Maurice Wyckaert, Paul Snoek, Dan van Severen, Armando, Bob Coolen (vignets), Egbert Munks (photography) , W.F. Hermans, S. Vinkenoog, Remco Campert, Rudy Kousbroek, Heere Heeresma, Gerrit Kouwenaar, Hugo Raes, Sybren Polet, Jan Cremer, Jan Arends, Tone Brulin, Herman Denkens, Vic Estercam, Hugues C. Pernath, Willy Roggeman, Paul Snoek, Rudo Durant, René Gysen, Walter Korun, Serge Vandercam, Maurice Wyckaert, Chris Yperman, Claude Corban, Jan Hanlo, Hans Sleutelaar, Ben Klein, Maurice D`haese, Matta, Ellen Warmond, Hans Andreus, Cees Buddingh, Heere Heeresma, Theo Kemp, Korban, Rudy Kousbroek, Gerrit Kouwenaar, Mischa de Vreede, Hugo Raes, Sybren Polet, Walasse Ting, Paul Rodenko, Jan Walravens, Hans Pieter Verhagen, Freddy de Vree, Jan Arends, Heere Heeresma, Ruud Kuyper, Heinz Neudecker, Cornelis Bastiaan Vaandrager, Ewald Vanvugt, Jan van der Vegt, Hans Warren, Julien Weverbergh, Enno Develing, Nico Scheepmaker.etc. The "DADA" pamphlet, in a lay-out imitating DADA publications, is almost always lacking.It was intended as a protest against the Dada exhibition held at the Stedelijk Museum during Dec.-Feb.1958-59.

[#18773]

GEIGER

Vol. 2. Antologia,1968. Cover by Franco Grignani. (19,4 x21cm). Slightly rubbed; the first blank fly leaf missing, otherwise good clean copy. Number 300/300.

EUR 1,400.00

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One of the first artists' periodicals of experimental visual poetry ever conceived. Handmade and published by Adriano Spatola, together with his brothers Maurizio and Tiziano Spatola. Each number (volume) is an anthology of visual poetry, concrete art and poetical or theoretical texts. Original artwork by internationally reknown artists in various techniques (original drawings, photo-compositions, collages, stencilled, handwritten or photocopied texts and images). All pieces printed on different weights and types of stock. Italian and internationally important contributors include:Brian Lane, Gian Roberto Comini,Lora Totino,Julian Blaine, Hans Clavin,A.Spatola, Maurizio Nannucci, Silvano Vescovi, etc.

[#18774]

GEIGER

Vol. 3. Antologia a cura di Maurizio Spatola. 1969. Cover made of brown wrapping paper, with title handwritten in yellow paint (25x23cm; spine broken, overlaying edges a bit ragged). Upper corner of back wrapper lightly affected by humidity, but otherwise a good clean copy. Copy 132/300.

EUR 1,400.00

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Contributions by Jochen Gerz, J-C.Moineau,F.Tiziano, G. Bertini,Lota-Totino,Jiri Valoch,Maurizio Nannucci, Willam Xerra, Hans Clavin, Sandro Beltramo, etc.

[#18775]

GEIGER

Vol. 10. Dedicata a Adriano Spatola. Antologia sperimentali a cura di Franco Beltrametti, Maurizio Spatola e Arrigo Lora-Totino, 1996. An assembling in the honour of Adriano Spaola, with 103 original signed contributions by internationally important artists, mostly devoted contributors to the earlier numbers (contained in the original yellow case (32x24cm), no 249/300).

EUR 2,000.00

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Introductory text by Maurizio Spatola - Contributing artists ( mostly signed)i: F. Albertazzi, M.angioni, N. Balestrini, G. Baruchello, D. Bedino, F. Beltrametti,M. Bentivoglio, G. Bertini, C. Bertola, T. Binga, G. Bisinger, J. Blaine, I. Blank, N. Bogdanovic, M. Bonazzi, F. Giacopini, A. Bove, P. Brunati, C. Capolongo, A. Cappi, L. Caruso, T. Cascella, L. Castagno, P. Castellin, B. Danon, S. De Alexandris, G. Della Casa, A. De Araujo, K.P. Dencker, L. Drei, P. Echaurren, F. Fedi, G. Fontana, H. Gappmayr, Ilse Garnier, P. Garnier, M. Gastini, J. Genz, J. Gian, G. Gini, J. Giorno, M. Graffi, C. Gregotti, E. Gribaudo, B. Grogerova, F. Guerrieri, E. Gut, P. J.Guttierez, V. Havel, B. Heidsieck, F. Janicot, D. Higgins, J. Hirsal, K. Hofer, S. Lacy, U. Locatelli, G. Locatelli, A. Lora - Totino, F. Manfredini, S.M.Martini, E. Miccini, E. Minarelli, M. Molinari, F. Mon, J. Monod, L. Morales y Mori, M. Mori, L.Mosso, M. Mannucci, G. Nelva, G. Nicolai, S. O'Huigin, M. Osti, C.Padin, E. Pagliarini, G. Pavanello, U. Pignotti, D. Poletti, A. Porta, T. Raworth, A. Ria, G.P.Roffi, C. Rotta - Loria, E. sanguineti, E. Schatz, K.B.Schauffelen, V. Scherstjanoi, S.J. Sshmidt, C.A.Sitta, M. Spatola, P.Spence,E. Szkarosi, H. Tanabu, F. Tiziano, F. vaccari, P. Vangelisti, D.Villa, E. Villa, A.Vitacchio, R.Vitone, C.Vitrotto, W. Xera -

[#18708]

THE GENERATOR

Numbers 1-10, 12 (all published). Mentor, Ohio: Generator,1988-2000. Various formats: Nos. 1,2 and 3 in tall side-stapled wrappers, Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7a and 7b, 8a and 8b all in 8vo paperbound format, Issue 9 is stitched into spray-painted boards, Issue 10 (the most spectacular of them all) is limited to 150 copies and consists of a thick piece of heavy glass packaged in pink foam and a cardboard mailing box. Issue 12 takes the form of a CD. To the best of our knowledge there never was a number 11. All in fine condition.

EUR 2,500.00

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Complete run of this uncommon magazine of visual poetry edited by John Byrum. The magazine ran from 1988 to 2000 and featured a wide array of visual artistry and poetry by Charles Bernstein, Jackson Mac Low, Richard Kostellanetz, Bruce Andrews, Stephen-Paul Martin, Fernando Aguiar, Dick Higgins, Susan Bee, John M. Bennett, Ron Silliman, Tom Beckett, Johanna Drucker, Ruggero Maggi, Clark Coolidge, Tony Green and Nick Piombino , and more. Despite the relatively recent vintage of these publications, even individual issues of this magazine are uncommon and sets are not to be found.

[#15904]

GHEN RES EXTENSA LIGU

Arte genetica e documenti per l'inmaginario.

Numero 1 (in attesa di autorizzazione). Genova, Libreria Il Sileno 1981 (all published?): 50x35 cm. (6 pages plus an insert: Rolando Mignani/Ghen again against). Illustrated. Printed in purple.

EUR 350.00

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Revival/continuation of GHEN. A cura del movimento Arte Genetica (published 3 numbers from 1977-1979). Redazione Rolando Mignani, with collaboration of Rocco Borella, Linco Burlando, Viana Xconti, Biagio Donati, Giuliano Galletta, Marialuisa Greco, Carlo Romano. Contributions by Giovanni Valentini, Peter Below, Roberto Pasini, S.Pacus, Eugenio Miccini, Claudio Costa, V. Accame, Betty Danon and others.

[#16438]

GNOME BAKER

Numbers 1 - 8 (all published). Great River, NY, Gnome Baker ,1976-1981. In 6 physical issues (2/3, 7/8 were double). The first issue is a tri-fold card portfolio, after that bound in original wrappers. In excellent condition

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Madeleine Burnside and Andrew W. Kelly. Number 1 contains work by Michael Davidson, Rita Myers, and Michael Palmer on loose sheets. Number 2/3 featured Lawrene Weiner and Robert Wilson. Issue 4 featured "Language" writing, and came with a large folded poster printing a work by Channa Horwitz,later issues contain more "Language" writing and experimental poetry.

[#20067]

GRAMMA

Bolletino trimestrale di cultura contemporanea.

Nos. 1-4 (all published). Lecce, gennaio-giugnio/settembre 1971. Stapled mixed contents, 33x22 cm., assembling in the style (and editorially connected with) Techne in Florence.

EUR 2,000.00

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Assembling, edited by the Centro Gramma in Lecce, directed Salvatore Vergari, editors: Giovanni Corallo, Francesco de Blasi, Salvatore Fanciano, Bruno Leo. Contains contributions by Lucio Fontana,J-C.Moineau, Euygenio Miccini, Giusi Coppini, Michele Perfetti, Enrico Baj, Ettore Colla, Gruppo Stanza, Vittorio Dimastrogiovanni,Renato Ranaldo, Francesco Pasca, Jochen Gerz, a.o. Maffei/Peterlinii p. 102 (Complete set in 3 physical numbers, 3/4 was a double issue).

[#18894]

-GRAMMES ( - grâmmeS)

Revue du Groupe Lettriste et Hypergraphique (later: Revue du Groupe Ultra-Lettriste).

Nos. 1-7 (last publ.). Paris, 1957 - Déc.1960. Original wrappers; first issue 12,5 x 27 cm, later issues are 8vo. (light soilage to the wrappers, back cover of no. 1 stained; No. 2 present in 2 versions, one with a cover in green and one with cover on beige card). - With another copy of no.2: Original wrappers, inscribed in ballpen on the front cover by François Dufrêne: to my friend Cobbboing Cob Bobbing Bob Cobbing Cobbingbob (we are co-being) -With Invitation to Festival d'Art d'avant Garde Paris Nov.Déc.1960

EUR 2,000.00

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Directed by Robert Estivals. This periodical marks the transition from Lettrisme and Hypergraphie Isouienne to Signisme. Contribs. by R. Estivals, Isidore Isou, Jacques de la Villeglé, François Dufrêne, Suzanne Bernard, Lattanzi, a.o.; The third issue (which has 4 pp only) is:"Prologue au Manifeste du Signisme", Lettriste",arde', (8 pp.), No. 7 carries a large announcement for the 'Première exposition du Signisme' (8 pp.)

[#7834]

GRANTA

Vol. 69 no 1240. Cambridge, Nov. 28th, 1964. Original wrappers, 32 pp. 4to.

EUR 100.00

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Edited by Jim Philip, Reg Gadney. This issue contains the catalogue of the first international exhibition of concrete, phonetic and kinetic poetry held in the Rushmore rooms, St. Catharine's College, Cambridge (4 pp) and poems by Luiz Angelo Pinto, Pedro Xisto, Ernst Jandl.

[#18279]

GRISALDA

En bra konstig tidning

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Lund, [1974]. 42×30 cm. (12) pages, plus 1 loose pink sheet on A4-size (=Grisalda 2, förste maj 1974). Number 1: 420x300 mm., Number 2: Pink loose leaf (295x210 mm.) inserted.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Mats B. (Moderna Museet Stockholm) containing documentation and features on conceptual art and Fluxus. Numerous photographs. Featuring Gabor Attalai, John Baldessari, Daniel Buren, Ken Friedman, Gilbert & George, Ray Johnson, Per kirkeby, Bengt af Klintberg, J.O.Mallander, Sune Nordgren, Carl-Erik Ström and Mats B. (Text in Swedish).A text about Gilbert & George by Mats B., a translation of Daniel Buren's "Beware!" and a variety of conceptual works by John Baldessari, JO Mallander, Ken Friedman, Carl-Erik Ström, Per Kirkeby, Bengt Klintberg, Sune Nordgren, Gabor Attalai, etc; Number 2: Mats B. poem "Internationalen" on the one loose leaf, handed out on the 1st May 1974.

[#16750]

GROUND ZERO

(a magazine of poetry).

Ground Zero (n.p., n.d.). First edition. [72 pp]. Fine in side-stapled plain wrappers. (31 x 18 cm).

EUR 250.00

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Mimeographed, typewriter written, on yellow stock. Edited by RJS. Unidentified works by Kent Taylor, Donn Foster, George Montgomery, Doug Blazek, t.l. kryss, Robert Head, Richard Krech, Willie, and many others.

[#17758]

GRUPO TEXTO POETICO

Ensemble of 4 issues (out of 9 published) . Valencia (E), Grupo Texto Poetico 1980/81 (Bartolomé Ferranco). No 1: envelope (18,5x26cm.). No. 4: folder (26x19 cm.). No. 5: cardboard box (24017cm.). No. 6: folder (23x15cm.). Assembling: xerox, offset, collages, objects, originals by Bartolome Ferrando, Rosa Sanz, David Perez and Mercedes Calpe.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Bartolomé Ferranco.

[#16922]

GUTAÏ

Number 2 : Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Pref., Japan, October 10, 1955. Squaro 4to (25,5 x 26,5 cm)., orig. plain red card-wrappers, with 6 small round perforation-holes showing the title Gutai and the issue number printed on the subsequent white page; total 32 pages incl. the wrappers. Numerous illustrations in the text in b/w, photographical reproductions and tipped-to-page illustrations in colour, and 1 full page in blue serigraphy by Syozo Shimamoto. Wrappers with light soilage, and defects to upper and lower corners of the front and back- covers and small defect to upper-right corner of page 3. Nevertheless a good copy of this extremely scarce number.

EUR 3,000.00

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Directed by: Jiro Yoshihara, edited/published by Shozo Shimamoto. "The second edition of the Gutai is mainly prepared by modern artists in their twenties residing in the Koba-Osaka district as was the case in the first edition. A special emphasis has been given to the works of Miss Toshiko Kinoshita whose art has a unique beauty created on canvas by the adoption of chemicals and also to the young talent seen in Miss Michiko Inui who is only thriteen years old". Other contributors : Atsuko Tanaka, Akira Kanayama, Shigeru Tsugimura, Hiroshi Okada. "Gutaï" might be literary translated as "Embodiment". (Yozo Ukita).

[#15905]

HALF-LIFE NETWORK MAGAZINE

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.?). Glassboro, NJ: Art Department Glassboro State College. 1983/84. Loose sheets in plastic pouches (some toner offsetted on the inside of the plastic). Unpaginated. (30x23cm).

EUR 850.00

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Editors: Bob Cardano, Maryann Koury, Attila Kasco-Matusek, Des McLean. Assembling (100 copies): Photocopied, rubberstamped, handcolored additions; drawing (paint, photocopied); print (photocopied, rubberstamped, handcolored); pages (photocopied colored, collaged, paper, ink, collaged, paper; booklet (concertina, photocopied); photograph b&w, color photographs, cards; loose sheets (play money,clipped). envelope (polyvinyl). Contributors: V. Baroni; M. Bloch; Creative Thing; S. Jackson; T. Kupferberg; D, McLean; Private World; M. Row; S. Shimamoto; L. Spiegelman; Voodoo; L. Suel; M. Cranston .R. Cohen; N. d'Arbeloff; P. Fish; J. Lipman; R. Maggi; JO. Olbrich; J. Pyros; J. Massa and others.

[#18101]

HANGUPS

"Visuell, Konkret, International" (from UND.Zeitschrift f.angebliche literatur & andere branchen übliche Kommunikationsformen in dementsprechender Aufmachung)

Ed. by Klaus Groh. May 1973. Special Edition of Concrete Poetry and Mail Art as # 11/12 of the literary magazine "UND". Illustrated covers, 21 x 15 cm, approx. 80 pages.

EUR 400.00

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With black and white reproductions of ORIGINAL contributions by: Eric Anderson, A. de Aquino, S. Buri, Richard C., Jacques Charlier, CF Claus, Robin Crozier, Guillermo Deisler, K.P.Denker, Felipe Ehrenberg, Ken Friedman, A. Fisher, Fred Forest, Pierre Garnier, J. Gerz, M. Gibbs, Sigi Gudmundsson, T. Kawiak, J. Koslowski, J.H. Kocman, R. Kostelanetz, Natalie L.L., Laszlo Lakner, J.O. Mallander, David Mayor, Maurizio Nannucci, Y. Nakajima, Opal L. Nations, Tom Ockersee, Clemente Padin, Mike Parr, Michele Perfetti, Robert Rehfeldt, Terry Reid, G.J. de Rook, K.B. Schaeuffelen, Mieko Shiomi, Z. Sosnowski, W. Sorensen, M. Spatola, Petr Stembera, N. Stojanovic, L. Szalm, Balint Szombathy, Endre Tot, Gabor Toth, Janos Valoch, Ben Vautier, Edgardo Vigo, David Zack.

[#19097]

HAPPENING NEWS

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#8001]

HARCK ;

Periodico a cura di Magdalo Mussio.

Numero unico, in attesa di registrazione. 71 x 50 Cm., folded newspaper-size, printed on heavy stock (very slightly yellowed), together 40 pages, with illustrations Published in Rome, not dated (ca. 1979).

EUR 2,200.00

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First (and only) issue published of this spectacular giant-sized artist publication of concrete poetry and avant-garde art, produced by Magdalo Mussio, with sections on theatre etc. Contribs. by Paolo Castaldi, Giuseppe Bartolucci, Gustav Bally, Sandra von Glasersfeld, Gaetano Testa, Bertini, Miroslav Klivar, Renato Barilli, Sylvano Bussotti, Gianni Bertini, Luciano Caruso, Giovanni Polara, Michele Mancini, John Furnival, Raoul Hausman etc.

[#18148]

HEAD

Nos. 1-6 (all published). Staatsburg, NY, (1965). 28x21,5 mc., stapled, unpaginated. Mimeograph printing on various colors of paper stock.

EUR 2,800.00

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Edited by Erik Kiviat. Each volume of Head was dedicated to poetry by a single author, accompanied by the work of a single illustrator. The initial volume featured work by William Wantling, illustrated with drawings by Ben Tibbs; The second, stellar number featured poems by Judson Crews, with drawings by d. a. levy; The third number featured poems and drawings by Kiviat; The fourth number was devoted to poems and a drawing by Madeline Landau; the fifth number featured poems and drawings by Nancy Ellison; the final number was dedicated to poems by Lisa Galt, with a cover by Michael Mcclanathan. Though produced from New York State, the magazine bears more of an affinity with the Cleveland Scene.

[#19207]

HEXA'GONO

Nos. 1-13 (all published) ). La Plata, Argentina, 1971-1975. In the original envelopes, as issued. (Comprising Nos. a, ab, ac, bc, bd, be, cd, ce, cf, de, df, dg and e). Jight soilage to some of the issues, light wear to some edges and left lower corner of a few issues with a small dampstain, altogether however an excellent set of this fragile publication, internally fine. The pre-final issue (12) has the attached banderolle "Auto-Censurado" attached and unopened.

EUR 8,500.00

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Edited by Edgardo Antonio Vigo. Visual-poetry and avant-garde publication from Argentina, the successor to DIAGONAL CERO which was published from 1962-1969 by Vigo. The numbering is done by letter combiation. Each envelope contains several (partly colored) prints, leaflets, pamphlets, collages; sometimes with punched holes. Visual poetry, conceptual art, political staments by (a.o.) Clemente Padin, Ginzburg, Edgardo A. Vigo (a.o.: comic-strip & "La Calle: escenario del arte actual); J.C. Romero, D. Higgins, K. Groh, J. Blaine, F. Vaccari, A. Alloatti, Pauline Smith. No. cd entitled 'Arte Argentino de Vanguardia'.

[#16191]

HIDRA

Revista de Desenhos, Poemas, Ensaios.

Organização de E.M. Melo e Castro. ECMA, Porto, 1966. 72 pages plus 1 sheet folding to 3 unnumbered pages, in stiff beige carton (corners slightly bumped) with screenprinted (b/w) design on the frontcover. (34x 24,5cm), cover brownspotted, internally clean. (Empresa Grafica Feirense,Ltda, Vila da Feira).

EUR 1,000.00

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Graphic design and typography by Eduardo Calvet de Magelhaes, this collection brought together by Melo e Castro, with full-page illustrations by Manuel Baptista, Enrico Gonçalves, René Bértholo, António Areal, poetry and texts by A. Arago, G. Cruz, M.A. Menés, Helder de Macedo, J.Rui de Sousa, E.Gonçalves, M.T. Horta, F.Mourào-Ferreira, L.N. Jorge, R.M. Gonçalves, S. Tavares, A. Ramo Rosa, H. Helder, F. Hasse Pais Bramdào, Liberto Cruz and E.M.Melo e Castro (Mapa do Derto, 1962, a visual art poem printed over three pages as a fold-out in the back. (Daniel Pires, Dicionario II, p. 249 mentions a second issue published in Lisbon in 1969, this would have only 18 pages) .

[#19671]

HUMAN DESIGN.

Bimestrale di identificazioni interdisciplinari e di informazione estetica.

Nos. 3/4, 5,6, 7/8, 9, 13, 14. Milano,1970-1974. Original illustrated wrappers; 24x17cm, no13 and following 29,5x21 cm.

EUR 300.00

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Dir. Responsabile: Adriano Foschi.

[#19296]

L'HUMIDITÉ

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

EUR 4,000.00

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

[#20143]

I 4 SOLI

Rassegna bimestrale d’arte attuale

Imortant head of collection comprising Nos. 1-20. 1954-april 1957. Original wrappers,

EUR 900.00

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Journal for Italian abstract art, founded by the painter Adriano Parisot (1912-2004) and the collector Emanuele Micheli in 1954. In total 58 issues appeared till 1969. In the editorial board were Prampolini in Rome and Emilio Vedova in Venice and collaborators in Paris (Gillo Dorfles, Enrico Crispolti , Michel Ragon, Michel Tapié, Édouard Jaguer, Pierre Restany. , Year 1954 (6 num. In 5.), 1955 (6 num), 1956 (6 num.), 1957 (n° 1, et 2).

[#14458]

THE I.S.C.A. QUARTERLY

Journal of the International Society of Copier Artists, Ltd.

Vol. 1-21 no. 4 (= Final Issue; all published). New York, April 1982 - June 2003. Tog. 84 issues; sizes vary; spiral bound and in folder, or loose in special boxes for some issues. Tog. ca 2700 prints or items, all signed by the artist. Limited edition of 100 to 200 copies.

EUR 10,000.00

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The International Society of Copier Artists (I.S.C.A) was a non-profit group founded by Louise Neaderland in 1981, intended to promote the work of copier artists and to advocate for the recognition of copier art as a legitimate form. Complete set of this unique periodical of which each issue consists of an assemblage of photocopied-prints, turned into original artwork by various techniques (colouring, collage etc.), numbered and signed, by artists who use the photocopier as a creative tool, including colour copying. Directed by Louise Neaderland. Contribs.include Anne Gilman, Susan Gold, Ralph Neaderlan, Keiichi Nakamura, Eiichi Matsuhashi, Lisa Reichenberger, etc.; final issue: "War and Peace". The I.S.C.A. Quarterly was published from 1982-2003. Typically, issues were produced in limited editions of 200 copies, with an average of 45 pages of original copier art supplied by I.S.C.A. members. Over the years the form of the Quarterly mutated from a collection of unbound pages to a spiral bound journal with an Annual Bookworks Edition composed of a box of books made by I.S.C.A. members. The work produced for the Quarterly ranged widely in focus from social and political issues to personal and emotional themes. The final issue (Volume 21, #4) was published in June 2003.

[#18607]

IDENTITÉS

Nos. 1-14 (all published). Aix-en-Provence, Nice, juin 1962 - hiver-printemps 1966. Together 11 physical issues (3 double issues), 50x33 cm, varying from 4 to 10 pages, all in good condition (only no 5 light soilage and split spine). An extremely rare periodical,

EUR 4,000.00

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Founded by the painter Marcel Alocco, with Régine Aizertin-Robin. 1962 : 1, juin / 2, sept.-oct. / 3, nov.-déc.- 1963 : 4, avril-mai / 5, hiver.- 1964 : 6, printemps / 7-8, été-automne.- 1965 : 9, hiver / 10, printemps / 11-12, été-automne.- 1966 : 13-14, hiver-printemps. Title suggested by Aizertin, based on a poem by Eluard, dedicated to Dora Maar ("feministe"). Initially a predominantly literary journal (Jean-Pierre Charles, Daniel Biga, Richard Laszlo, Daniel Karm, on Robbe-Grillet, Jean Pastureau, Daniel Reynaud, Renaud Matignon, Serge Bec etc.) the interest and scope widens significantly after the transfer to Nice. In No. 7/8 begins the collaboration of BEN VAUTIER (Une lettre de Ben) and a full-page poster-like supplement, typographically designed wit Ben's handwriting in the middle"Je soussigné Ben Vautier, déclare authentique oeuvre d'art l'ABSENCE D'ART, 1/10/63": Ben's contribution from then on in all the issues and a general interest for FLUXUS. Robert Filiou,George Brecht, John Cage, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Wolf Vostell, Gius.Vhiari, Duick Higgins. No. 10 is devoted to the Beat Generation, contributing are Allen Ginsberg and J. J. Lebel, also François Maspero. It has a full page supplement (printed recto only), with 4 texts by Vautier ("Vers la fin cela devient cochon"). Also Arman,Ben,Gette Gilli, Le3 Clézio,Malaval, Raysse,Venet.No. 11/12 on the Ecole de Nice (drawing by Robert Malaval). A feature on "Lettrisme en 1965" (Isidore Isou). "Architecture dépaysée", Ernest Pigeon. An interest in Fluxus: George Brecht "Conversation avec Ben et Alocco". No. 13/14 devoted to "La musique de la Vie", with "l' Événement happening", with text by Jean-Jacques Lebel. Also contribution by John Cage (conversation with Michel Kirbyand Richard Stechner). A feature on the Young Japanese Poetry (Tajiro Amazawa, Takahido Okada, Makoto Oaka, and Robert Filiou ("Bruits montants de la Fginza"). Feature on Architecture in no 10 " l'Architecture dépaysée" and in no 13/14: Art Habitable by Ernest Pignon. Important contributions on the "Happening" by Ben Vautier, Al Hansen, Gius Chiari, J-J.Lebel, Milan Knizak, Dick Higgins.

[#17537]

IKON (I.KON)

Volume 1 No. 1. February, 1967. 4to; 32 pages in stapled wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Art and Technology. A Dialogue. Steve Paxton and Robby Robinson. Editor: Susan Sherman. Cover by Stanley Sourelis. Contents: Anselm Hollo, Yvonne Rainer, Robert Nichols, Theodore Enslin, Harold Herbstman, Bob Van Nut, Ruth Krauss, Karl Bissinger, a.o.

[#13084]

IMAGES & ISSUES

Contemporary Art Review.

Vol. 1-4 no. 4. Santa Monica, Summer 1980-Jan./Feb. 1984. Original pictorial wrappers (some with light soilage). Illustrated. 4to. (Lacking vol. 2 no 2).

EUR 300.00

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Quarterly, later bi-monthly magazine of criticism and debate on contemporary avant-garde art, film, video, fine crafts, and intermedia activities. Contributions by Robert Atkins, Sandy Ballator, Jan Butterfield, Alfred Jan, Merle Schipper, a.o. Together 17 physical issues.

[#18334]

IMAGO

For an experimental art, human and dialectical in tendency

(2 of a total of 3 issues published). Present are Nos 2 and 3, 1965-1966. Text in English + French. Vienna: Imago, 1965-1966. Some light wrinkling, but still very good copies of this rare periodical.

EUR 500.00

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?-Imago.. Founded in 1963 by Antonio Berni and Andre Verlon in Paris. No. 2. For an experimental art, human and dialectical in tendency. Founded in 1963 by Antonio Berni and Andre Verlon in Paris. Text in English. Vienna: Imago, 1965. Quarto, un paginated (4 pages) folded with 4 illustrations. - Prints an editorial by Verlon: More than mere juggling; two poems by J.F. Hendry; P.M.T. Sheldon-Williams: Imago - The Great Synthesis, Graham Metson: The Return to Content; Ernst Neizvestny: Content – Not Subject but Content. Furthermore notes on the Harlow Arts Festival + a list of ‘exhibitions by imago-artists and their friends’ (among which Richard Antohi, Andre Verlon, Antonio Berni, Martine Boileau, Lipowitch, Ernst Neivestny) + press omments + galleries where works of imago-artists and their friends can be seen and bought. No. 3. Vers un art expérimental à tendance humaine et dialectique. Text in French. Vienna: Edition ?-IMAGO, 1966. Quarto, 10 pages, folded, 7 illustrations. - Guido Marinelli: ?-IMAGO dans le panorama international des arts; Andre Laude: La Terre Engraisse; J.F. Hendry: Les problèmes d’?-IMAGO; André Verlon: Le Grand Pont; J.F. Hendry: Find ‘Histoire; Joseph Ghin: Peinture our Peintures; Antonio Guense: Il nous fait du Vrai!; J.F. Hendry: Metropole (poem); Andre Laude: Planete Provisoire. Furthermore: Galeries ou l’on peut voir les travaux des artistes ‘?-IMAGO’ et de leurs amis:…. + ‘informations’.

[#8220]

IMPULS-68

(After vol. 3 only as IMPULS). Tijdschrift voor kommunikatie.

Years 1-6 no 2. Niels/Kapellen (Belgium). 1968-1975. Original wrappers; 4to & 8vo.

EUR 300.00

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Literary quarterly ed. by Jef Barthels, M. Bartosik, P. Borman, D. Christaens, M. Dangin (i.e. Luc van Klooster), A. Debie, M. Dupuis, etc. etc.; only one more yr. published, then merged with 'Tafelronde'.

[#18441]

IN OCTAVO

Complete set of 10 issues [14,5 X 21 cm], stapled. In Octavo. Antwerp, Guy Schraenen éditeur, 1990/1991. DE LUXE EDITION, one of 20 with each an original signed artwork. Each issue is inserted in a corrugated carton cover, and the whole is again included in a corrugated carton container. [14 x 22 x 16 cm], with printed title label. Added: Octavo 12. Nanne Meyer. The only issue published of a new series that never was realised (one of 500 copies).

EUR 3,500.00

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The following artists have contributed: Aeschbacher “Tian Aden”, Gianni Bertini “Mes cartes”, Henri Chopin “mil 1000 mille dates”,Luc Deleu “Barcelona towers”,Denmark “Multum, non multa”, Peter Downsbrough “For rent”, Wilfried Huet “Eque”, Jiri Kolar “Le vin des mots”, Marie Orensanz “Communiquer...”, Bernard Villers “Géométrie variable”. [Tirage total à 523 exemplaires dont 2 exemplaires réservés aux collaborateurs, 1 exemplaire marqué A réservé à SPC, 20 exemplaires numérotés de I à XX comprenant une oeuvre originale ou un multiple numéroté et signé et 500 exemplaires numérotés] This one of 20 copies.

[#17116]

IN-FOLIO

Peinture-Journal.

Numbers 1 and 2 (all published , Paris 1977. Sheet 50x64 cm., folded.

EUR 500.00

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Published and conceived by Arthur Sagroune, with works by him and others, e.g. Anne-Marie Albiach, Gilbert Bourson, Michael Chevalier, Pierre Rottenberg, a.o.

[#17899]

INFORMATION (MOMA July 2-September 20,1970)

Second printing (?). Museum of Modern Art 1970. 27,5×21cm. 207 pp. Profusely illustrated. Soft cover. Slightly rubbed at edges, spine with a small crease mark, else very well preserved.

EUR 750.00

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Catalogue for MoMa’s landmark exhibition of conceptual and process art featuring many of the seminal international artists within the field. Among the participants were Vito Acconci, Carl Andre, Keith Arnatt, Art & Language Press, Richard Artschwager, Terry Atkinson, David Bainbridge, John Baldessari, Michael Baldwin, Robert Barry, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Joseph Beuys, Mel Bochner, George Brecht, Stig Broegger, Stanley Brouwn, Daniel Buren, Victor Burgin, Ian Burn and Mel Ramsden, Hanne Darboven, Walter de Maria, Jan Dibbets, Barry Flanagan, Group Frontera, Hamish Fulton, Gilbert & George, Giorno Poetry Systems, Dan Graham, Hans Haacke, Douglas Huebler, Stephen Kaltenbach, On Kawara, Joseph Kosuth, Christine Kozlov, John Latham, Sol LeWitt, Lucy R. Lippard, Richard Long, Robert Morris, N.E. Thing Co., Bruce Nauman, New York Graphic Workshop, Group Oho, Helio Oiticica, Yoko Ono, Dennis Oppenheim, Panamarenko, Giuseppe Penone, Adrian Piper,Michelangelo Pistoletto, Yvonne Rainer, Edward Ruscha, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, Ettore Sottsass Jr., Jeffrey Wall, Lawrence Weiner, Ian Wilson, and others.

[#17324]

INK, ART©HIVE

Ink, Art & Text (1996). No 1 (probably the only published): 42x30 cm., folded sheet. Offset B&W and color, rubber stamps.

EUR 200.00

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By Vanci STIRNEMANN. Zürich, (CH),

[#8260]

INS AND OUTS

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.

[#17037]

INSECT TRUST GAZETTE

Nos. 1-3 (all published): No. 1. Philadelphia,: Jed Irwin, 1964. 8vo (light soiling to rear cover, else fine),- ; No 2. Philadelphia: William Levy (1965). 4to. 87 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers;- No 3. Berkeley, 1968. 4to in near fine, spiral-bound wrappers. Rare complete !

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Robert Bassara, Leronard Belasco, Jed Irwim, William Levy. Contributions by William S. Burroughs, Jackson Mac Low, Brion Gysin, Carol Berge, Sinclair Beiles, Claude Levi-Strauss, and others. Secret Location p. 280. No. 2 is the rarest and best issue: Brion Gysin, William S. Burroughs, Concrete poets Houedard, Gomringer, Morgan, Campos, Finlay, work by Jackson Mac Low, Coolidge, Jess, and many others. No. 3 is spiral bound: Front cover: Annette Riddle, back-cover and ills. by Friedrich Schröder-Sonnenstern, Wolfgang Halllman, Jed & Ann Irwin, Claude Levi-Strauss, a.o.

[#19980]

INSTANT MEDIA DISPATCH

The journal of Quick Art.

Volume 1 no. 2. New York: Andrew Nevai, August 1978 Large sheet printed on both sides / 58.5 x 73.1 cm folding to 18.3 x 29.3 cm 36 photographs in a checkerboard design of the artist and others traveling and in performances (Willoughby Sharp, Eldon Garnet, Anna Banana, Bill Gaglione). Inscribed in black marker “Buster Cleveland. A rubberstamp on top of the paper reads “FIRST ISSUE”! Postmarked; slight fold from mailing. Fine.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Buster Cleveland (James Trenholm as). August 24-25,1978, Floridad, NY. This magazine was published only one, it was intentionally misnumbered,

[#16285]

INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS.

Magazine.

September 1968, No. 6: Cybernetic Serendipity Second Issue. 40 pages in illustrated b/w wrappers (24 x 18,5 cm).

EUR 300.00

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The Institute (Nash House,London), has Sir Roland Penrose as Honorary Director, directed by Michael Kustow, Dorothy Morland, Julie Lawson, Jasia reichard. This issue edited by her. Fully illustrated this number includes contributions by Robert M. Coates (The Law), Daphne Oram (Oramics), Max Bense (Generative aesthetics projects), Petar Milojevic (on art/computer relationship), and Nam June Paik (10 pages) "Expanded education for the paper-less society".

[#19754]

INTERNATIONAL SOUND POETRY FESTIVAL

The 12th International Sound Poetry Festival, New York, april 11-20,1980. Ed. by Pier van Dijk/Robert Joseph. Invitation sheet, 4to. Sent to the Volkskrant;signed by the editors.

EUR 100.00

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[#16725]

INTERRUPTIONS

Numbers 1 & 2 (complete). Kent: Tom Beckett (1994-1995). Two volumes, each fine in side-stapled wrappers

EUR 300.00

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Visual and concrete writing and poetry. Edited by Tom Beckett. The first issue features collaborations between Steve Benson & David Bromige, Bruce Andrews & Maggie O'Sullivan, Kevin Killian & David Rattray, Dodie Bellamy & Killian, and others. The second is a general number with work by Piombino, Fielding Dawson, Peter Ganick, Sheila E. Murphy, John Bennett, and others. No issues on OCLC.

[#19464]

INVENCAO.

Revista de Arte de Vanguarda

No. 2: Ano 1, 2.trimestra 1962. Sao Paulo, Massao Ohno Editôra, 1962, 256x185mm, 76p.,Orig.illustrated wrappers. With a colour plate by Augusto de Campos (25,2x17,5), and a large folding plate by’Estela Cubana and Decio Pignatari (33,3x61,5 cm, b/w) Together with: No. 3. Ano 2 Junho 1963. Ediçao Invençao , juin 1963, 256x182mm, 94pp., Original wrappers.

EUR 2,000.00

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Directed by Décio Pignatari with Augusto de Campos, Cassiano Ricardo, Edgard Braga, Haroldo de Campos, José Lino Grünewald, Mario da Silva Brito, Perdro Xisto et Ronaldo Azeredo. Participation of’Haroldo and Augusto de Campos, Estela Cubana, Decio Pignatari, Ronoldo Azeredo, José Lino Grünewald, Cassiano Ricardo, Jorge de Sena, Pedro Xisto, Edgard Brada, Affonso Avila, Paulo Marcos de Andrade, Max Bense, Philippe Jaccottet, Drummond da Liçao de Coisas. Handwritten dedication, by Augusto de Campos with the remark: « Exemplaire très rare, le dernier de ma réserve ». No. 3 with participation of de Rogério Duprat, Gilberto Mendes, Willy Correa de Oliveira, Augusto de Cam- pos, Benedito Nunes, Mario Faustino, Escudo Nosso, Max Bense, Pedro Xisto Manuel Bandeira, Jose Paulo Paes, Felix de Athayde, Joaquim Francisco, Regis Duprat, Luis Angelo, Osmar Dillon, Edgard Braga, Haroldo de Campos, Ronaldo Azeredo, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Edwin Morgan, Eugen Gomringer, Fukiko Kobayashi, Pierre Garnier. 5 numbers published till 1967. Destribats 863

[#18049]

ISSUE NUMBER ONE

Number 1 (all publ.). New York,NY,1967. 28x21,5 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Mimeograph. (light wear to the spine, back cover sunned). Side-stapled into photo-illustrated covers; [26]pp; illus.

EUR 500.00

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Only issue of this arts and poetry magazine, published and edited by Charles Rotenberg. The issue contains a special section on the poetry of Jackson Mac Low, with contributions by Diane Wakoski, Clayton Eshleman, Paris Flammonde, Robert Paton, and others. Illustrations throughout by Franklin Drake, Julie Wagner and Rotenberg.

[#17524]

JOGLARS

Numbers 1-3 (all publ., complete). Providence: Joglars (1964-1966). Three issues, the first two 21,5x13,5 cm., the third folio, all near fine with some tanning to fore-and top-edges of number 1, and rubbing to rear cover of number 2.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Coolidge, Clark and George Palmer. Combination of New York School and concrete influences. Cover design John Furnival, Contributors a.o.: John Perreault, Aram Saroyan, James Koller, John Cage, Piero Heliczer, Kenneth Rexroth, Edwin Morgan, John Hamilton Finlay, Dom Sylvester Houedard, John Furnival, John Cage, Snyder, McClure, Niedecker, Wieners, Zukofsky, Bruce Conner, Eigner, Brakhage, Edson, Jackson Mac Low, a.o.

[#18075]

KAMIKAZE

Revue d'information panique (et de Roman Cieslewicz).

Nos. 1-3 (all published). Paris, juin 1976 - octobre 1997. Large folio, printed on heavy white paper. With numerous photographs and illustrations. No.1 includes the four signed original graphics (limited to 120 copies); no hors-textes were published for the subsequent issues.

EUR 2,200.00

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Magnificent publication, directed by Roman Cieslewicz (Christian Bourgeois for no. 1). Issues from 40 to 60 pages, with full-page illustration and photographs by Rodchenko, Christian Boltanski, Roland Topor, David Bayley, Mark Busse; No. 1: 1976. Entendre. Texte de F. Arraba. WITH FOUR SIGNED NUMBERED SERIGRAPHIS ON FULL PAGE BY ROLAND TOPOR, OLIVIER O.OLIVIER, OSCAR DE WIT, ROMAN CIESLEWICZ. No. 2: 1991. Voir. Text by Jean-Christope. Bailly. No. 3: Sentir. Text by Véronique Petit.

[#19397]

KAO

Carmelo Quin, exhibition Galerie Kief 1989.

KAO. Journal Asiatique. No. 3. octobre 1989 (Supplement du no 2. nouv.série de Kanal Magazine). 42 x29,5 cm. Printed b/w , 4 pages, folded once. The letter O of KAO is a round hole in the paper.The entire issue devoted to the "Arte Madi" artist Carmelo Arden QUIN, and front page is "Manifeste MADI" 1946. In good condition, with only small imperfections to the right margin.

EUR 400.00

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Published at the occasion of the exposition in "Galerie Kief" of Carmelo Quin, 26 oct/26 nov 1989. Contains the Madi Manifest, also "Souvenirs"by Volf Roitman, "Intervation A" (Nice) by Marcel Alocco, Amanda, Quin, Ph.Chartron, a.o., a photograph of Quin together with Julien Blaine, Photo "Réunion Madi" Café La Goutte d'Or, à St.Michel in 1952; article by Michel Giroud "Arden Quin ou l'invention permanente".

[#16965]

KINETECISM PRESS

STATEMENT/PROGRAM

Prospectus, printed in black on whits stock, folded to 13,9x14,4 cm. and unfolding in 5 pages of the same size as a harmonica, to a total length of 69,5 cm (14,4 cm wide). Has been through the mail, with stamp still affixed, and has slight soilage as a result.

EUR 800.00

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Kineticism Press documents and distributes artistic information in many media: Books, Catalogs, Exhibitions, Radio and Television, Multiples. The owners of the press were Willoughby Sharp and Paul Maenz. Included on two pages are their portraits and biographies. Also a statement: There is no arrt, there are only works of art.We are dedicated to the total distribution of artistic information in all media. Signed: WS, PM, New York, 1966.

[#16590]

KING KONG International

Periodico di cultura visiva. An electric magazine of visual culture.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ. ). Milano, Edizioni Galleria Breton. gennaio - giugno 1972. Large folio, printed in offset (each number 16 pages incl.selfwrappers, printed in blue and green on white stock, fully illustrated). Small closed tear on the top edge of no. 1,very light edgewear and very light soilage, but an excellent set of this rare periodical. Loosely inserted a leaflet 'Con ommaggio Flash Art".

EUR 2,200.00

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Edited by Rara Bloom, Dante Goffetti, Bruno Sanguanini, Riccardo Scarbi, Mizio Turchet. Texts in Italian. Contribs.: Interview with John Cage (Intrapresa & caos); interview with Terry Riley; interview with Beuys; Artists videotape performance New York; "Questionnario" by UFO (C. Bachi, L. Binazzi, P. Cammeo, R. Foresi, V. Maschietto): "Elementi di Prossemica Territoriale". Situationist contribution 'Affinche il mondo cambi dalle basi bisogna cambiare le basi del mondo'; Contributors include Jacques Lacan, Philip Pilkington, Kingsley Widmer etc.; reports on exhibitions, Kassel , Venezia, Arakawa, Gastone Novelli, etc. (English summaries at the end of no. 2).

[#14835]

KLACTOVEEDSEDSTEEN

No. 23. (=KLAKTO 23). Heidelberg, Germany: PANic Press, September 1967. Whole number "23/special."

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Carl Weissner. First published in 1965, and maintained as an international journal of the avant garde under the title Klactoveedsedsteen. This issue limited to five hundred copies includes an original woodcut in two colors by Klaus Staeck, signed by the artist in pencil, and literary contributions by Norse, Bukowski, Burroughs, Blazek, Randall, Bergé, Pélieu, Higgins, Ginsberg, Nuttall, Di Prima, Eigner, Malanga, et al. A separate audio recording of some of the authors reading their works was also slated for publication.

[#17282]

KLACTOVEEDSEDSTEEN

KLACTO/23 INTERNATIONAL (Frankfurt: Nova Press, Sept. 17, 1899 sic, ie. 1969). Pub./ed. Carl Weissner. Large folio newspaper format, folded to make four pages. Measures 78x104cm. unfolded. Printed in blue on white stock. Illustrated with photos and graphics. Slight creasing and rubbing along folds and 4 small holes from where this has been pinned to the wall by a previous owner.

EUR 300.00

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Contributions from William Burroughs - "Abstract" and "The Invisible Generation", a postscript to "The Invisible Generation (Continued)"; Jürgen Ploog; Jan Herman; Claude Pélieu; Mary Beach; Harold Norse; Liam O'Gallagher; J.G. Ballard; Wolf Vostell; Allen Ginsberg; Sinclair Beiles; Abbie Hoffman; and Charles Bukowski. The Burroughs texts are in English, most of the others in German. Slight creasing and rubbing along central vertical/horizontal folds.

[#17388]

KLACTOVEEDSEDSTEEN

PROMOTIONAL FLIER: Panic Press, 1966. Single double-sided mimeo, 4to, in purple, green and pink ink. Promotional for No. 4. Dated eptember 1966.

EUR 100.00

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Done by John Weiners, with short typed and signed text by Carl Weissner (sic). On the flier the names of William Burroughs,Diane Di Prima, Alexandro Jodoronsky, Harold Norse, Claude Pelieu, and others. On verso some quotes from press critics.

[#20283]

KLACTOVEEDSEDSTEEN

No. 4. Heidelberg, PANic Press, Fall/Winter 1966. 4to. Original wrappers. Edition limited to 300 copies.

Price on request

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Editor: Carl Weissner. Texts and poems in English, French and Dutch by Di Prima, Berge, Eigner, Norse, Belart, Vinkenoog, Blaine, Van Reen, Bory, Le Sidaner, Lykiard, Hand, Blazek. Cover by Vilmos and Jodorowsky.

[#18806]

KONKRETE POESIE POESIA CONCRETA

Numbers 1-11 (all published) Frauenfeld (CH), Eugen Gomringer Press, 1960/1964. Original paper wrappers, 21x15 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Except for very light soilage and traces of tape in the spine of no. 4 in excellent condition.

EUR 4,000.00

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Rare complete series of concrete poetry edited by Eugen Gomringer the first concrete poetry periodical published, with texts in typography and typescript in various layouts, each about 28 pages. No 1: 5 mal 1 konstellation, Eugen Gomringer. No. 2: texte ohne komma, Helmut Heissenbuttel. No. 3: ideogramme, R. Azeredo; C. Belloli ; C, Bremer ; A. DeCampos; H. DeCampos; E. Gomringer; J.L.Grunewald; F. Gullar; H. Heissenbuttel; K. Kitasono; D. Pignatari; D. Roth; G. Ruhm; O. Wiener; W. Dias-Pino; T. Spanudis; F. Achleitner; E. Williams. No. 4: konstellationen, Gerhard Ruhm. No. 5: tabellen und variationen, Claus Bremer. No. 6: texte poeme poeme texte, Carlo Belloli . No. 7: livro-poema, Ferreira Gullar. No. 8: klare geruhrt, Ernst Jandl. No.9: Edwin Morgan: Starryveld; No.10: Schwer Schwartz, Friedrich Achleitner. No.11: Ideogramme, Claus Bremer.

[#17740]

KONTEXTS

An occasional review of concrete / visual / experimental poetry.

Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6/7, 8, 9/10 (=last published) . Leamington Spa, Exeter, Amsterdam, Summer 1970-1977. 8vo., 4to. and tabloid. Original illustrated wrappers, the tabloid number in mint condition and the envelope of the first number neatly opened on one side and in fine condition. Limited to 200 copies for the complete set.

EUR 6,500.00

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Key Concrete Poetry journal, edited by Michael Gibbs, "occasional review" of visual/concrete/experimental poetry and language art. The early numbers are very hard to find. No. 1. University of Warwick, Spring 1969. Edition limited to 250 copies. (This no 112/250). Brown paper envelope,with text/title printed on one side in black, containing 8 sheets of variously coloured card with text. (21,5 x 14,6 cm). Poems and graphics by Michael Gibbs (Avenue, o/I, , Andrew Belsey (Paranoia), Paul Merchant (Poem, Portrait);, Alan Shut (sock it to me baby), Terence McCarthy (Storm), Wendy Opie (Poetree). No. 2. Summer 1970. Leamington Spa, Warwickshire: Michael Gibbs. 4to, 17 leaves (mimeographed on one side) stapled wrappers. 1 of 250 copies. With contributions by Bob Cobbing, Andrew Lloyd, Peter Mayer, Alan Riddell, Gerald Rocher, Paul de Vree, Nicholas Zurbrugg, a.o. Light wear to extremities. No. 3. Summer 1971. (32 pp), limited edition of 200 copies on colored paper. With contribs. by Adler, Finch, Gibbs, Mann, Meyer, de Rook, Todorovik, Ulrichs, Vigo, Zurbrugg; cover by Bob Cobbing ('found sound poem'). No. 4. Winter 72/73, limited ed. of 250 copies on yellow and white paper. (36 pp + wrapper). Printed at the Beau Geste Press. With contribs. by Richard Kostelanetz, Dan Graham, Hammond Guthrie, Ken Friedman, Robert Lax, John Giorno, Linda Bandt, Wally Depew, Amelia Etlinger, Michael J. Phillips. No. 5. Exeter,Devon, Michael Gibbs, n.d., printed by Beau Geste Press. Oblong, 15 x 20,7 cm. 42 unnumbered pages, printed in b/w and 1 colour, on white and violet stock, stapled in pictorial wrappers. Contents: 4 e. european poets (Jiri Valoch, Karel Adamus, Toth Gabor, J.H.Kocman), also Peter Finch, Bob Cobbing, Jochen Gerz, Ulisses Carion, Michael Gibbs etc; cover art: Clemente Padi; back cover photo: Graham Keen. No. 6/7. 1975. (48 pp); limited edition of 400 copies. With contribs. by o.a: Clavin, Gibbs, Hutchins, John Liggins, Betty Radin, Stephen Williams; cover ills. 'Grambling' by J.C. v. Schagen. 'Kontextsound', published on the occasion of Sound festival Amsterdam, contains o.a. interviews with Sten Hanson, Bob Cobbing. No. 8. Amsterdam: Spring 1976. Ed. Michael Gibbs & Ulises Carrion. Tabloid newspaper format. 18pp., illus. Contributors incl. Jackson Mac Low; Henri Chopin; Arrigo Lora-Totino; and others, together with a report from Le Colloque de Tanger, plus extracts from an interview with William Burroughs by Gerald Minkoff, a photograph by Anne Nordmann of Burroughs looking into a Dream Machine, and two full-page b/w photos of two collages from "The Third Mind". Nos. 9/10. (=last publ.). Amsterdam: Winter 1976/77. Ed. Michael Gibbs. 4to. Wrps. Contributors incl. Dick Higgins; bp Nichol; Peter Mayer; Bill Bissett; Ulises Carrion; Robin Crozier; Ladislav Novak; Nicholas Zurbrugg a.o

[#17118]

KRIWET STARS.

Numbers 1-3 (all publ.). Köln , Kiepenheuer & Witsch 1971. 220x140 mm., softcovers, unpaginated. Letterpress, offset. (Light soilage to the covers).

EUR 600.00

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"Lexikon in 3 Bänden. (Band 1 (A-H), Band 2 (I-Q) and Band 3 (R-Z)". Kriwet's scrapbook of images taken from various sources, magazines, etc., along with some collages. In concept more or less the precursor to "Permanent Food" and "Charley".

[#16608]

KROKLOK

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). London, Writers Forum, 1971-1973. Mimeographed, 32 pages per issue, stapled in illustrated covers; 29,5x21 cm.( Light soiling and some discoloration and rubbing to the spines, otherwise good copies). TOGETHER WITH: Das Grosse Lalula [Broadside Poster for a 1971 Event for Kroklok at ICA] by Morgenstern, Christian

EUR 2,000.00

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Fundamental magazine for Sound Poetry, edited by Dom Sylvester Houédard, published by Writers Forum, advised by Henri Chopin, Stefan Themerson and Bob Cobbing. Experimental typography and illustrations. Contributors (and texts by): D.S. Houédard; C. Morgenstern; R. Hausmann; Lewis Carroll; E. Jandl; F.T. Marinetti; Bob Cobbing; F. DeVree; P. Claire; J. Kerouac ; F. Dufrene; M. Seuphor; P. Scheerbart; G. Severini; T. Van Doesburg; E. Gomringer; P. Albert-Birot; M. Seuphor; H. Chopin; M. Ray; N. Mills; B. Gysin; Iliazd; P. Finch; E. Jandl; P. Greenham; H. Heissenbuttel; A. Stramm; M. Grant; S. Hanson; Four Horsemen; D. Toop; J.P. Ward; L. Upton and others.

[#17619]

KRYPTOGAME

Nos 1-3 (all published). Bremen, 1978/80. 29,5x21cm, stapled. With one original work by the editors in each issue. Light sunning/discoloration of the spines of issues 1 and 2. Kryptogame 1 Bremen (Deutschland): Kryptogame Products, 1979 ( Magazin) 48 unnumbered pages, 29,7x21 cm, Printed in green on light yellow paper, with collaged originals,

EUR 900.00

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Edited by Hamma Bremer and Jack Marlow (a.k.a Icare). Contributions by Llys Dana, O.L. Nations , D. Higgins, V. Baroni, Michel Corfou, Robin Crozier Bruce Hutchinson, D. V. Sloan , Francois Norguet ,Gaston Criel , Giovanni di Simone, Hanna Bremer, Michel Corfou, Jack Marlow a.o.

[#17671]

KUNOLDSTRASSE 34

KUNOLDSTRASSE 34 (KASSEL). 1980 and 1981. (Jürgen O. OLBRICH. Kassel Germany, 1980/81). Assemblings: 2 cardboard file boxes (32x24x7cm) containing documentation of the activities at Kunoldstrasse, 34 during 1980 and 1981 (the only 2 years of this project).

EUR 2,000.00

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Exhibition ephemera, drawings, artist's books, artist's publications, multiples, artist's pages and other material (sand, wood etc.). A variety of print techniques. Edition of ca 20 copies. Works by J. O. Olbrich, K. Urbons, R. Timm-Behme, F. Stier, S. Helmes, R. Summers, B. Schwarz, L. Brigowski, G. Donder-Langer, W. Wisemes, G. Lloyd, De Krant, D. Yeros, J. Olbrich, B. Olbrich, E. Schiffer, B. Nieslony and U. Carrion. T. Mew, B. Berheide, R. Behme, B. Jakob, J. Wagner, A. Winter, F. Solmi, A . Wilgosz, Rà, Llys Dana and others. (a total of ab. 84 pieces).

[#15635]

KUNST STOOT

Nummer 1 (probably the only published). Amsterdam, Voorjaar 1979. Orig. Wrappers, 20,5 x 29 cm. Unpaginated.

EUR 200.00

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Artists periodical. Cover by C.Goulart, texts in Dutch and English; includes work by Erik Mankveld, Claudio Goulart (Mail Art Project), Pamela Kirk, Koos Dubbelman, Aart van Barneveld, Eelco Overman, Henk Noorland, Robin Crozier, Anna Banana, Ostrowski, etc.

[#19202]

KUNST-ZEITUNG

Kunstzeitung No. 3. Düsseldorf: Verlag Michelpresse 1969. Tabloid size (43 x 31 cm), 8 with numerous graphical representations. Folded, some very light browning over the folds and tiny tear in the right margin, but still a good copy of this fragile document.

EUR 250.00

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Hanne DARBOVEN: 6 Manuskripte "69" . Verschiedene graphische Darstellungen von den Daten des Jahres 1969. Miscellaneous constructions derived from the dates of the year 1969. Diverses représentations graphiques des dates de l’année 1969

[#15880]

KUNSTINFORMATIE / KUNSTPUBLIKATIE

Kunstcentrum 'Badhuis' Gorinchem.

Numbers 1-41 (=Year 1-9 no 2, all publ.). Gorinchem, Kunstcentrum Badhuis, 1975-1983. Unbound as issued, mostly still in the original glassine envelopes in which they were mailed. Stapled card- wrappers, 15 x 10,5/ 10,5 x 15 cm., each containing 16 - 24 pp., text in Dutch, English & German, richly illustrated with photographs, mostly b/w, occasionally in colour. - Added: KUNSTPUBLIKATIE. A magazine by artists. (Year 1-2 no 1, Nos. 1-3, orig. wrappers. all publ.). =Exhibitions of Ad Dekkers, (1: Ryszard Winiarski, About Polish Avant Garde in the 20th century; 2. Sjoerd Buisman, Epihyte Project Venezuela; 3. Jan Smejkal, 8 hour drawings (frontcover a bit foxed). With handwritten dedication. -Added: 8 invitations to exhibitions.

EUR 2,400.00

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The complete set of exhibition catalogues and monographic bulletins by the avant-garde art-center '"Kunstcentrum Badhuis" in Gorinchem, The Netherlands, focusing on conceptual and concrete art, in particular the Zero (Nul) Group. The initiator (and editor of these bulletins) was Antoinette Hilgemann-Stigter, with Ewerdt Hilgemann and Jan Hoekstra (to whom this set originally belonged). #1: Ad Dekkers; # 2: Visuele poëzie; #3: M. Boezem; #4: Kees Franse; #5: Symposion Gorinchem: #6: herman de vries: at random; #7: Rational Concepts; #8: Winiarski; #9: Winiarski: Kunst als Proces; #10: S. Buisman; #11: Signalement; #12: A. de Keijzer; #13: Sieraden; #14: L. Nussberg; #15/16: Rationale Koncepte; #17: Calderara; (Bianco/giallo; printed in yellow); #18: S. Hansma; #19: Albani; #20: Textiel als Architektuur;# 21: Signalement. 9 Rotterdammers; #22:Sykora; #23: K. Giezen; #24: (A retrospect) 5 jaar Badhuis; #25: Van Dijk/Joseph; #26: D. Stroobant; #27: M. Smits; #28: U. Poth; #29/30: Boezem; #31: J. v. Munster; #32: J. Smejkal; #33: E. Hilgemann; # 34: D. Postema; # 35: J. Valoch; #36: h. de vries.from here; #37: K. Malich; #38: E. Hilgemann; #39: F. Morellet,; #40: Herinneringen; #41: R.P. Lohse. Rare as complete as this.

[#16033]

L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E

Nos. 1-13 (1978-December 1980) + Supplements 1-3 (1980-1981) + (Volume four) 1981, Special Language Issue of Open Letter (all published, complete with the Index-issue). New York, 1978-1981. All in the single issues as published (21,5 x 18 cm, the supplement 22 x14,5 cm). Fine.

EUR 1,700.00

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Rare complete set, the early issues printed in less than 200 copies. Edited by Charles Bernstein and Bruce Andrews. Language writing forum. Contributions by Larry Eigner, Dick Higgins, Jerome Rothenberg , Lyn Hejinian, Ray DiPalma, Bob Perelman, Ron Silliman, Kathy Acker, Rae Armantrout, Jackson Mac Low, Bernadette Mayer, Rosemary Waldrop, Douglas Messerli, Dick Higgins, Clark Coolidge, Barrett Watten, Susan Howe,etc.; the special issue is Frank Davey's Open Letter. The most important document from the L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E movement.

[#19250]

LABRIS.

Literaris tijdschrift der 60ers (Literair tijdschrift der 60ers).

Vol. 1- 10 number 2 (and 3-4) (=all published and complete). Lier, Berchem-Antwerpen, October 1962 - April 1973. Original illustrated wrappers. (Stencilled and glued or stapled to the spine) ADDED: VERY RARE FINAL ISSUE, JANUARY 1976 with titlepage shared with the periodical 'Ko-Ko'. (Ko-Ko II no. 3) identical to LABRIS Vol. 10 no 3-4. Original illustrated wrappers. This first 4 issues of Yr 1 have been integrated in one volume, with the front cover of no 1 preserved. With handwrittem spine-title, some notes in the poem "Zoja"in no 1; 6 pages (p.29-34) of Van Essche's contribution in no 1 are replaced by a copy. Complete set of the utmost rarity, belonged to Leon van Essche. Some interesting additions in a box, see below.

EUR 12,000.00

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The complete set of one of the key journals of concrete and visual poetry (subtitled "sabril, sarbil, libras,larbis,lirbas,sibral"), published in Belgium with international contributors, under the direction of (and with contributions by): Max Kazan, Leon van Essche, Marcel van Maele, Hugo Neefs, Pierre Anthonissen, Jozef Bierkens, Frans Denissen, Edmond Devoghelaere, Louis Dieltjes, Jan Geerts, Paul J. Lembrechts, Michel Leclerc, Ivo Vroom ,Wilfried Wijnants, Hans Clavin, Arrigo Lora Totino, Philip Ward, OM, Jiri Valoch, Marcel Broodthaers (8 no 1.2;10 no 2). Contributions are in Dutch, French, German and English. Each volume consists of 4 numbers, varying in length from 60-100 pages., each year with a different designed frontcover (designed by Wes Ganzevoort, Walter Goossens, Leon van Essche, W.C. Hoenraat, Wilfried Wijnants). The contents is stencilled typewritten text, often in varying compositions and lay-outs as visual poetry. Also drawings and occasionally photographic illustrations. Volume 5 no 3/4 (218 page + covers) is probably the most important number. It is an "Anthology of avant-guard poetry" including practically all the great names of international avant-garde poetry (Heidsieck, Finlay, Chopin, Furnival, daLevy, Snyder, Sanders, Cobbing, Orlovsky, Bukowski,etc.), compiled with the help of Douglas Blazek, D.Miles, Dom Sylvester Houédard, H.di Campos, Cavan McCarthy, Gianni Emilio Simonetti, Ernst Jandl, Pierre Garnier, E.M. De Melo e Castro, M.Horovitz. A set like this is extremely rare. (See i.a.: Adams/ Breugelmans, Reizende Bladen, p.23). The final issue opens with the information that Labris will be stopped and all remaining funds have been transferred to the benefit of Ko-Ko, which is issuing the Farewell-number of Labris at the same time; the issue opens with a Farewell article of the Labris-editors. Added: Prospectus for Year 8, with overview of all Labirint editions, and brief history (by Hugo Neefs, Michel Leclerc, Leon van Erssche). Also a number of sup[plements LABRISLOS: Periodieke bijdrage,1968-1970, 130 pages.

[#18098]

LAICA - LOS ANGELES INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART - JOURNAL

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

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

EUR 4,800.00

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

[#20019]

LATIN AMERICA ASSEMBLING

Archive Small Press & Communication.

Assembling by Guy Schraenen, Antwerp. A.S.P.C. 1977. 19 various documents,loose leaves in the original envelope. 30x22 cm. Offset, mimeograph, rubber stamps, etc.. Edition ca. 100 copies

EUR 1,300.00

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Contains works by A.A. Barrio, P. Bruscky, U. Carrion, M. Dermisache, F. Ehrenberg, L. Fleury, D. Lacerda, R. Marroquin, J. de Moraes Neto, C. Padin, E. Burello, F. Pons, C.I. Souza, S.A. Spada, E.Zaluar, Also contained: A catalogue: Editions et Communications Marginales d’Amérique Latine”, C.A.Y.C. information sheets and an issue of ESCRITA. Reference: Perneczky Assembling Magazines,Budapest, 2007 – page 190

[#16926]

LES LETTRES

Poésie, Philosophie, Littérature, Arts, Critique.

Nos. 29-35 (=Série 8-9, complete, last published) : dedicated to "La Poésie Nouvelle". (No. 29: Manifeste pour une Poésie Nouvelle, Visuelle et Phonique, by Pierre Garnier). Paris, Eds. André Silvaire, 1963 - 1967

EUR 700.00

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The important New Period: Subtitle changes: Poésie Nouvelle. Revue du Spatialisme. Directeur: André Silvaire; editor: Pierre Garnier, with Robert Ganzo, Louis Guillaume, Robert Kanters, Fernand Marc. Important numbers for visual poetry, special numbers "Poésie Nouvelle" (Revue du Spatialisme, Théatre Spatialiste). With contributions of Pierre Garnier, Franz Mon, Henri Chopin, Julien Blaine, J-F.Bory, Timm Ulrichs, Lad.Novak, Adriano Spatola, Arriugo Lora-Totino, Raoul Hausmann, Max Bense, J.M.Le Sidaner, Théo Kerg, Seiichi Niikuni, etc.

[#8819]

LES LETTRES

Poésie, Philosophie, Littérature, Arts, Critique.

Nos. 1-16, 19/20, 23/24. Paris, 1945-1956. Original wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Directeur: André Silvaire; editor: Pierre Garnier, with Robert Ganzo, Louis Guillaume, Robert Kanters, Fernand Marc. Contribs. By Max Jacob, Saint-Pol-Roux, St. Mallarmé (inédit), J. Bousqet, J.Cassou, P. Reverdy, F. Marc, M. DeSmet, Yvan Goll, Le Sidaner, Max Bense, etc.; special (double)-issues devoted to: Le Romantisme Anglais; Stéphane Mallarmé; Rainer Maria Rilke; Milosz;

[#19540]

LEVEL (5)

Magazine

Assembling, contents loose in plain white envelope, published from Level, POBOX 50164 Indianapolis.In46256. (Geza Perneczky, II,IV: Dennis Baldwin,Brian Callahan).

EUR 200.00

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Contains about 20 multi-coloured stencilled sheets with texts and drawings, and ab20 various loose small items.

[#15552]

LIBELLUS

A monthly mail-art publication.

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Antwerpen, Internationaal Cultureel Centrum, 1980-1981. Size (h/w): 29,7 x 21 cm. Each no. two sheets folded in the middle (stapled together in left upper corner, leaving all issues intact. A fine set., with two original mailing-envelopes added. Illustrated.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Guy Schraenen. The complete set of this Mail art periodical, in original layout, a compilation of images, short texts and artists' postage stamps. (Pernecky p. 241). This preceded the "Antwerp International Mail-Art Festival" held in October 1981, with contributions by almost all European mail-artists. Abundantly illustrated. A rare complete set.

[#15827]

LICHT UND BEWEGUNG.

Kunsthalle Baden Baden, 3.12.1965-9.1.1966. Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. 21x18 cm; 16 textpages folded around 44 pages of illustrations and silver-foil inside wrapper, all stapled in the spine of plain black card wrappers, front cover specially folded, so first white page of catalog is to be seen as a white vertical strip.

EUR 400.00

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Texts in German by W. von Bonin. Artists: Agam, S. Albrecht, Anceschi, Asis, Baschet,Bury, Calder, Lygia Clark, Colombo, Duchamp, Goepfert, Mack, C. Megert, Le Parc, Piene, Takis, Talman, Tinguely, Uecker, G. V. Graevenitz, Hans Haacke, P. Kowalski, H. Kramer, B. Lacey, Leblanc, Man Ray, G. Rickey, N. Schoeffer, Soto,Vasarely, N. Vigo, W. Weber, Wilding, Yvaral etc. This copy with a dedication to an Avantgarde Gallerist, handsigned by W. v. Bonin, Harald Szeemann (art show curator), Christian Megert, Herman Goepfert, Ursula Lichter (Avantgarde Gallerist), Walter LeBlanc, W. Weber and others.

[#16551]

LINEA SUD

Nuova rassegna d'arte e di cultura d'avanguardia.

LINEA SUD. Nuova rassegna d'arte e di cultura d'avanguardia. Nos. 0,1,1 bis, 2, 3/4, 5/6. (all published). Napoli, Luca, 1963-1967. Original wrappers (tall narrow 4to; illustrated wrappers; first 2 issues on tabloïd size, folded twice, with light wear on the folds). TOGETHER WITH: DOCUMENTO SUD Nos. 1-6 (all published). Napoli, n.d. (1959-1961). Size (h/w): 22,5 x 24,5 cm. Original pictorial wrappers

EUR 5,000.00

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Linea Sud Nos. 0 and 1 in tabloid size ;Linea Sud No. 2: "PO IO RA MAspatolaballestrinimiccinigiulianiportapediomatticarregapignottimartinitolagiorgipersicobuenoscgiariluicapoole" No. 3/4: "NUO VERE ALTADE LLAPIT TURA ANA POLI". Contribs.on Mimmo Paladino, Desidato, Morelli, Matarese, Rubino,Diodato. Linea Sud No. 5/6: Includes 2 loose inserted supplements with a poem by Ian Hamilton Finlay: 'Nets' (39 x 37,5 cm) & 'Sails' (59 x 37 cm), folded to fit the size of the issue. With: Documento Sud: Directed by Luca Luigi Castellano, published by Edizioni Sud-Arte. Contributions by Andriani, Biasi, Jaguer, Goncalvez, P. Jorre de Saint Jorre, I. Michiels, E. Sanguinetti, F.T. Marinetti, F. Picabia, M. Persico, Toniato von Holten, a.o. Illustrations after Baj, Mesens, di Bello, Man Ray, Picabia, Biasi, Bertini, Kalinowski, Fahlstroem, Sant'Elia, Persico, a.o. Cover ills.: G. Biasi, M. Persico, G. Moreau.

[#17904]

LIVE IN YOUR HEAD

Live in your head. When Attitudes Become Form. Works-Concepts-Processes- Situations-Information. Kunsthalle Bern [1969]. 30×21 cm. Richly illustrated. Dossier binding, printed cardboards with minor bumps,lettered tabs for each letter of the alphabet and artists.Overall very good.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Harald Szeemann, who curated this landmark presentation of conceptual art in the Kunsthalle Bern. The exhibition (sponsored by Philip Morris Europe) contained works by among others: Carl Andre, Joseph Beuys, Douglas Huebler, Edward Kienholz, Yves Klein, Sol LeWitt, Bernd Lohaus, Richard Long, Walter de Maria, David Medalla, Mario Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Naumann, Claes Oldenburg, Panamarenko, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, Richard Tuttle and Lawrence Weiner. Texts in English, German, French and Italian.

[#13831]

LOCUS SOLUS

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.) Lans-en-Vercors, France, Winter 1961-1962. Size (h/w): 18,2 x 12,4 cm. Original wrappers.

EUR 800.00

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Magazine for experimental poetry and prose in the early sixties, and an important Beat periodical. Edited by novelist Harry Mathews and poets John Ashbery, Kenneth Koch and Jimmy Schuyler, all of whom contributed to its pages. Other contributors were Frank O'Hara, LeRoi Jones, Edwin Denby, Diane DiPrima, Ted Berrigan, William Burroughs, Gerard Malanga, Barbara Guest and Daisy Aldan. Outstanding was a special issue devoted to the neglected art of literary collaboration, a historical survey which included translations of Japanese, Chinese, Provençal and French surrealist poets. Nos. 3/4 were combined to a double issue. No. 5 is extremely scarce.

[#14794]

DER LOEWE

Eine kulturphilosophische Zeitschrift.

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

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.).

[#18043]

LOS RINOS

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

EUR 700.00

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

[#17759]

LOST AND FOUND TIMES

Nos. 1-54 (all publ.). Columbus, OH, Luna Bisonte Productions 1975-2005. 21,5x14 cm., stapled. Nos. 1 and 2 single DIN A4 sheets.no. 21,5x17,5 cm. and no. 6/7: 20 DINA4 sheet in envelope). Offset printing and xerox..

EUR 1,800.00

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Editor: John M. Bennett. Conceptual art publication Contributions by D. Higgins, B. Porter, R. Johnson, S. Hitchcock, O.Nations, J. Blaine, P. Petasz and others. No. 26 complete with the tape.

[#17251]

LOTTA POETICA

Serie 1: Nos. 1-50 (all published). 1971-1975. (No. 46 signed by Beuys in pencil). - Together with: - Serie 2: Nos. 1-24 (all published). 1982-1984. - Together with: - Serie 3: Nos. 1-2 (all and last publ). 1987. Altogether a set of 49 physical issues (some were double or triple, the issues 47-50 of the first series are 2 physical issue). Milan, Anvers, 1971-1987. Original issues, 4to, stapled in the spine or paperbound in pictorial wrappers. With numerous illustrations. TOGETHER WITH: - Logomotives 1963-1983. Spécial Doc(k)s & Lotta poetica: Lille, DRAC, 1984. In-4°, 272 pages. Volume publié à l'occasion de l'exposition Logomotives Hotel Scrives à Lille Octobre/ Novembre 1984. - Exhibition catalog. Poesia e prosa delle avanguardie: Esperienze di ua rivista:lotta poetica 1971-1975. Commune di Verona, Museo del Castelvecchio 20/2-20/3,78. 4to, pp. unnumbered, illustrated in b/w throughout. Spine and corners lightly bumped; some foxing to wrappers, page edges and outer leaves. - Omaggio a Lotta Poetica. 74 artisti e una rivista. Catalogo originale della mostra (Brescia, Fondazione Berardelli, 17 maggio - 30 settembre 2009). 34x23,8 cm. 127 (11) pages.

EUR 6,500.00

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The complete set of this seminal concrete poetry journal, directed by Paul de Vree & Sarenco. Contribs. in English, Italian, French and German. The journal seeks to promote an opening-up of poetry to audio-visual forms and the media, in order to reach a wider audience. Contribs. include: Paul de Vree, Gianni Bertini, Sarenco, Jean-Fraçois Bory, J.H. Koeman, E. Ferrari, P. Manzoni, Herman de Vries, Joseph Beuys, Baj, Aubertin, Timm Ulrichs, Aldo Albanese, Carlo Alberto Sitta, Richard Kostelanetz, Takahashi Shohachiro, Antonio Vigo, Guillermo Deisler, Joseph Kosuth, Akldo Mondino Stephen Kaltenbach, Ben Vautier, Richard Artschwager, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Vladimir Burda, On Kawara, Elio Mariani, Jochen Gerz, Jan Wojnar, Karel Trinkewitz, Jiri Valoch, Karel Adamus, Nicholas Zurbrugg, Daniel Spoerri, Bernard Heidsieck, Eugenio Miccini, and many others.

[#17321]

LOVELY DAZE

Numbers 1-6 (all publ.) New York, NY, 2005/09. (all published): 25x19 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Edition of 500 numbered and signed (by the editor) copies.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Charwei Tsai. This bi-annual publication provides a platform for artists to present their ideas with abstract aesthetics that will keep curious minds intrigued: Jesse Alexander, Cory Arcangel, Aaron Bennett, Kelly Carmena, Rita Ackermann, AA Bronson, Max Gleason, Butt Johnson, Aude Jomini, Pali Kashi, Ian Kazanowski, , Paper Rad, Cristina Rodriguez, Sabrina Shaffer, Charwei Tsai, Vito Acconci, James Burke, Crystal Understanding, Shilpa Gupta, Jennifer Wen Ma, Yoko Ono, Cristina Rodriguez, Fiona Ryan, Max Schumann, John Giorno, Fritz Haeg and others

[#8959]

LUNA-PARK

Nos. 1-8/9 (all publ.). Bruxelles,Transédition, hiver 1974-1985. Original illustrated wrappers. Very good condition. Together with Luna Park - Numéro 1 - Nouvelle série - janvier 2003 - orig. Wrappers with a small disk by Takahiko Suzuki.

EUR 400.00

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Together 8 issues (no 8/9 is a double/issue) of this periodical devoted to experimental art and literature, edited by Marc Dachy who was awarded" Le Prix des Créateurs" for the publication by Eugène Ionesco in 1978. Thematic issues: no . 1: Proses en experimentation (cover: Frederic Bal; with photographs of W. Burroughs by Rapael Sorin; ) no. 2: Graphies (cover: A.Spilliaert, graphics byAltman. Dotremont, Guyotat, etc) ; no 3: Qui a suicidé Meinhof; no. 4: Gertrude Stein (photos: Cecil Beaton) no 5: Antonin Artaud (photos Georges Pastier); no. 6: Sophie Podolski Snow Queen (with numerous illustrations); no 7: Cover Dotremont; no. 8/9: Un siécle d'avant-garde. Contributions, texts and ills. by.: Alain Arias-Misson, Christian Dotremont, Roberto Altmann, Henri Lefebvre, Fr. Collin, Matisse, Picasso, Artaud, Fr. Rivière, James Joyce, S. Beckett, Ezra Pound, Kurt Schwitters, Tzara, etc. The new series contains contributions by http://www.abebooks.fr/servlet/BookDetailsPL... Luna Park - Numéro 1 - Nouvelle série - janvier 2003 - Artaud, Gysin,Alechinsky,Dachy,Borer,John Cage a.o,. (Probably no more published adfter this number).

[#15955]

4 TAXIS (QUATRE TAXIS)

Numbers 2, 3/4, 5 and 8. Bordeaux, 1978-Hiver 1981/82. Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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Rare early numbers of this journal published in Bordeaux in the Eighties by Michel Aphesbero, with correspondents in Barcelona, Rome and New York: "4 Taxis moves about between 4 cities... a quarterly publication of works (photos, drawings, texts...) designed for the magazine... 4 Taxis appears unnecessary 4 Taxis appears unnecessarily". Editing staff: Françoise Aphesbero, Michel Aphesbero, Danielle Colomine, Christian Gouby, Jaume VallcorbaPlana. Contr. incl.: Christian Boltanski, Annette Messager, Pablo Echaurren, Steve Payne, Mac Adams... Special topics: - Issue no. 2 (august 1978) entitled "Parfum de New York" with special contr. by Peter Grass, Italo Scanga, Mike Robinson ("Dirty sex photo"), Jimmy de Sana ("Esclave"),Nicholas Hondrogen, Pat Place, Italo Scanga, Peter Grass, Mike Robinson, Steve Gianakos, Jimmy de Sana, Patrick Gifreu, Claudia Salaris, Pablo Echaurren, Lefevre Jean Claude,Michel Bourel, Dominique Marchès, Daniel Busto this issue limited to 650 unsigned copies… - Issue no. 3/4 (March 1979) entitled "Folie noire" / "Mystery Rages" dedicated to "romans noirs" with special contr. by Francis Mériguet, Ch. Bourel, Alain Lestié, Jean-Christophe Christoflour, Jean Le Gac, John Howell, Tony Mascatello,… Francis Mériguet, Christine Bourel, Alain Lestié, Jean-François Christoflour, Jean Le Gac, Pedro Bustos Domecq y Ortega y Gachet’, Danielle Colomine, Tallers “Pessic”, Jean Calens, Michel Rubio, Sergi Capellas, Pablo Echaurren, Luigi Ontani, Martine Aballéa, John Howell, Tony Mascatello, Steve Payne, Mac Adams - Issue no. 5 (summer 1980) "Waiting for your taxi which taxi never comes" and bears a title "cover issue" and a sub-title "a notebook for travel & holidays" and therein presents blank pages except for a double page parodying "Le Monde".. - Issue No. 8 Berlin (suite), Walter R, , Barcelone déraille (Steva Terrades). Impresions de Majorque,Neon de Surol Joan Brossa, Enric Satué, Marta Sentis, Manuel Forasté, Quim Monzo, Jean Calens, Patrick Gifreu, Ouka Lele, Laurie (6 photographies de Barcelone: Muxart, Bover, Freixa, Casals, Bover, Frroxa, Rivas)

[#19760]

REINDEER WERK.

Soft Eggs Dread.

Soft Eggs Dread. With handwritten text by M. Yeck and photographs by Angela Puckey. Beuningen, Brummense Uitgeverij van Luxe Werkjes, 1976 . 34 pgs, 23 x 16.5 cm, clothbound with blindstamped frontcover. Without pagination. edition size 83.

EUR 600.00

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