Cat. 301

FALL/WINTER 2019/20

[#20168]

A PARTIR DE CERO.

Revista de poesía y antipoesía.

Complete collection: 3 issues (all published); narrow folio; small illustrations in the text. - Nos. 1-2 (all publ of the frst series). Buenos Aires, [Printer: Talleres Graficos Verdad], 1952, 2 issues, each number 8 pages, tall-small folio, printed in b/w on white stock (47,5 x 16,2 cm); good copies of this fragile publication, light yellowing of the front page and a small waterstain in the left bottom corner. Followed by: - (No.3) Segunda época. Sept. de 1956. Buenos Aires, 1956 (all published). (35 x 12,8). (16 pages, sewn in illustrated wrappers, in an unusual manner, in which some pages fold out twice. With numerous illustrations. Wrapper lighly soiled and some foxing inside, but altogether a very good copy.

EUR 3,500.00

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Full collection of this magazine, landmark off Argentinean avant-garde and Surrealsm. Gathering the most important names: i.e., Enrique Molina, Aldo Pellegrini, Francisco Madariaga, Llinás, Olga Orozco, etc. - No. 1 (november 1952): ,8 unnumbered pages, 6 drawings by Juan Battle Planas. Texts by Enrique Molina, César Moro, Aldo Pellegrini, Giselle Prassinos, Benjamin Péret, Carlos Latorre, Julio Antonio Llanas. - No. 2 (december 1952): Directed by Enrique Molina. With texts by André Breton, Paul Eluard, Carlos Latorre, Enrique Molina, Aldo Pellegrini, Antonia Porchia, Georges Schehadé, Juan A.Vasco. In the middlespread on double page 'Homenaje a Paul Eluard'. (Lafleur, p. 261). -Seg. Epoca No 1: Actually the third (and last) number of this South-American surrealist-avant garde periodical, . Edited by: Carlos Latorre, Lulio Lliná. F. J. Madariaga, Enrique Molina, Aldo Pellgrini, J. A. Vasco. With contributions by César Moro, Benjamin Péret, Giselle Prassinos. Texts by Antonin Artaud, Leonora Carrington, Ingemar Gustafson, Enrique Molina, Aldo Pellegrini, Carlos Latorre, Julios Llinás, Olga Orozco, Francisco José Madariaga, Blamca Varela, José Antonio Vasco. Important illustrations by Juan Estban Fassio, Enrique Molina, Alvaro Rodríguez, Julio Llinás, Martha Peluffo, Carlos Latorre. (Lafleur p. 260).

[#16436]

ACTS

Nos. 1 - 10 (all publ.). San Francisco. 1982-1989. Nine physical issues (8/9 was double). Orig. wrappers (Varying sizes between 27,5x21 cm, and 23x15 cm).

EUR 450.00

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Edited by David Levi Strauss. Initially a general literary periodical with a focus on new poetry in the SF Bay Area. Contributions by Duncan, Meltzer, Palmer, Eigner, Berkson a.o. Starting with no. 3 attention moves toward the "Language" writers. No. 5 is "A Book of Correspondences for Jack Spicer" . No. 7 "Analytic Lyric"; No. 8/9 "Translating Tradition: Paul Celan in France"; No. 10 "in relation," (to previous issues of ACTS, and to world issues). Rare complete.

[#18719]

ADVENTURES IN POETRY

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). NY: Adventures in Poetry, 1968-1975. Twelve issues, all 4to, in side-stapled wrappers. Most issues in very good state, with light wear and rubbing to the covers, notably no 3 (very light dampstaining to cover); no 4 (dampstaining around margins of the cover not penetrating interior); no 7 ( dampstaining on covers and on page 1 ( as well as some soilage on the front), no 8 faint dogear right upper-corner of cover.

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by Larry Fagin. A vehicle for the second generation NY School: Joe Ceravolo, Dick Gallup, Berrigan, Brainard , Padgett, Jim Carroll, Coolidge, Giorno, Waldman, Schuyler, and many more. Produced within the Poetry Project at St.Mark's Church. Notable cover art by John Giorno, Rudy Burckhardt, Aram Saroyan, Jim Dine, George Schneeman, Ed Ruscha (No.4), and Joe Brainard. Issue no. 10 was an anonymous issue, with no imprint information or attribution, only a pornographic comic strip to cover (School Days).

[#16575]

ALCHERINGA

Ethnopoetics.

Numbers 1-5 (all publ.). Boston, Fall 1970 - Spring/Summer 1973, continued as New Series Vol. 1-4 no 2 (all publ.). NY & Boston, Boston University: 1975-1980. Complete set of thirteen issues. With all 9 flexidiscs (not all issues had a fexidisk indluded) present.

EUR 900.00

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Edited by Jerome Rothenberg and Dennis Tedlock. Published transcriptions of songs, poems, fables, and other texts from various world-wide native traditions. In addition to the work of poets like Rothenberg himself, Simon Ortiz, Pound (!), Robert Kelly, Anselm Hollo, Mac Low, Tarn, Olson, Harry Crosby, Snyder, and more. Rare with the disks.

[#20146]

AMSTERDAMS BALLON GEZELSCHAP

- Amsterdam Balloon Company: 12 page glossy program,, fully illustrated, outlining the aims and background of the Balkloon Company, "Freiraum/Free Space-Espace Libre", the baginning of Ruigoord. -PSI: Journal, magazine for the good new times; 40 pages, in glossy wrappers, fuklly illustrated (no date). - A.B.G. Reizen. 18 pp. Stencilled pamphlet, sewn in the spine,. Together with: -Amsterdams Ballon Gezelschap; Ballon Courant 1e jaargang nr. 1, de Volle Maan, 1979 72 pp. + covers, glued in the spine; mnimeigraphed. Together with: - Reisverslagen (Travel accounts of the Ballon Company): together 4 volumes , one 1/2ouble and nos 3,4,5. , together with - De Keerkring,77; 72 pages, spine-cglued in illustrated wrappers. (Interesting survey of new thibnking and creative living, Nuicolaas Kroese,Grootveld,Hillenius, etc.).

EUR 600.00

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Interesting ensemble of Post-Provo developments: -The program has numerous photographs and poublished the program: ""…rooted in a long tradition of happenings by various groups from the magican cantre Amsterdam.From the tumultuous days of Provo onward a liberation of the mind and nature has been spread in words and deeds: Deskundologisch Laboratorium, Insktensekte, C omitee 2000, Bohemin Mystery school…"; Together with the magazine PSI- - The stencilled pamphlet announces the projected travel by balloon of a select group of travllers, the "Amsterdam Ballon Association", and prints with photographs and addresses the partcipiation fee receipts (varying from 10 to 25 guilders): a.o. Johannes van Dam, Hennie van der Louw, de familie Veldhoen, Hillenius, Louis Kley, Michel Stoopman,

[#18356]

ANTAEUS

Nos. 1-75/76 (all publ.). Tangier & Hopewell: Antaeus/Ecco 1970-1994. Complete run of sixty-five issues (there were double numbers), all fine in wrappers.

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by Daniel Halpern, and associate editors including Paul Bowles,and others. One of the best literary periodicals of its generation. Frequent special issues stand out, and among the contributors here are found Berryman, Bowles (frequently), Durrell, Fowles, Gunn, Ferlinghetti, Kosinski, T. Williams, Vidal, Oates, Burroughs, Ginsberg, Hollander, Moss, Roditi, Stafford, Boyle, Hawkes, Merrill, Auden, Bishop, Lowell, Rich, Ashburyand many others, Anderson &Kinzie, pp. 676-7

[#308]

ANTÉE

Revue mensuelle de littérature.

Tome 1-6 + Nouvelle série No. 1 (all publ.). Bruges, Bruxelles, juin 1905-janvier 1908. Bound in 6 vols., contemp. h. cloth over marbled boards (retaining ab. half of the original wrappers, which are all identical ); untrimmed.

EUR 1,000.00

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Founded by Henri Vandeputte and Christian Beck, containing firstprints by Joseph Bossi, Emile Verhaeren, Maurice Maeterlinck, Lucien-Jean, Fabrice, Isi Collin, Arthur Toiseul, Colette Willy, Francis Jammes, Ctesse. de Noailles, Henri de Régnier, Ch. Vanlerberghe, Francis Carco, Aubrey Beardsley, Louis Thomas, Stuart Merrill, and many others. After January 1908 elements of this periodical were taken on by 'Phalange', published in Paris. (Les Lettres Belges, No. 114).

[#12884]

L'ARCHIBRAS

Le Surréalisme...

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Paris, avril 1967 - mars 1969; 4to; in original wrappers; illustrated.

EUR 400.00

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Direction: Jean Schuster; Edition: Le Terrain Vague. Collaborators to this Surrealist periodical were a.o.: Camacho, Schuester, Bonoure, Royen, Duras, José Pierre, Mansour, Ills. by Miro, Sanchez, Joubert, Brauner. Includes the scarce fourth and fifth issues, produced "out of series" - both of which were confiscated by the authorities for their attacks on De Gaulle and material on Czech Surrealism.

[#20184]

ARK

The Journal of the Royal College of Art.

Nos. 1-54: cplt set, all published. London, Oct. 1950 - 1978. Original pictorial wrappers, obl. folio, later 4to.; numerous illustrations. Added: Index to volumes1-48 (published in 197).Set overall in very good condition, with the illustrated colourful wrappers. The important numbers all in excellent condition: No. 10 (Len Deighton)) No. 24 (Fontana), 25 (Brigitte Bardot cover and 3-page foldout), 26 and 31 (both in metallic wrappers), No 40 (embossed cover by Graham Percy).The set includes no. 51 in larger format (tatty at spine) and the rare December 1976 "blank cover" issue

EUR 5,000.00

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Ed. by Jack Stafford, John E.Blake, Roger Coleman, o.a.; a very good set of this journal of avant-garde design and the fine arts, published three times per year by students of the Royal College of Art. ARK attracted international attention for its often bold and fast-changing design as well as the extraordinary cast of writers and artists who contributed to its pages, including Ralph Rumney, Lucio Fontana, Alison and Peter Smithson, Toni del Renzio and Reyner Banham, in addition to College students and staff.). Some numbers with lithos in colour; important for the current trends in avant-garde of the fifties and sixties of the postmodern and pop-art generation. Number 24 (had the original wrap around banderolle intact, laid in) is on the spatial Technical manifesto by Fontana and has a green cover after a design by Fontana (with handcrafted spatial holes). This issue in excellent condition (Note: there also exists a variant of the cover in orange with the same design; we offer the green cover only). Nos. 26 & 31 have metallic covers (silver & gold, both excellent condition). Essays and other contributions by Henry Moore, Gordon Russell, Hugh Casson, Robert Leman,David Hockney a.o. ; spine of no 20 slightly damaged and front wrapper a bit frayed; No. 25 slight soilage and faint fold in front wrapper. Number 10 incl. Ark Supplement "Dove" no. 1; added few inserts related to Ark.

[#477]

ARSON

An Ardent Review. Part one of a surrealist manifestation (all publ.). London, Toni del Renzio, [1942] . Original wrappers (light soilage and wear, but a good copy), 32pp., illustrated, 4to.

EUR 300.00

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Surrealism in Britain, edited and published by Toni del Renzio. Texts by Robert Melville, Pierre Mabille, Nicolas Calas, Conroy Maddox, Giorgio de Chirico, Toni del Renzio, New York interview with Breton,a.o. Reproducing work by Eileen Agar, John Melville, Gordons Onslow-Ford, a.o.

[#19210]

ARTES PLASTICAS

Revista de artes plasticas.

No. 5, 7/8. Porto, Sept 1974--Dez/Jan. 1977. 4to., illustrated wrappers.

EUR 250.00

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Direction: Egidio Alvaro, Jaime Isidoro. Contributions: No. 7/8: Terceiros Encontros Internacionales de Arte em Portugal. Contributions: Lima de Freitas, Agidio Alvaro, A.Q.Ribeiro, Giov. Joppoto, Fernando Lanhas, etc.

[#15678]

ARTFORUM

Vol. 1-41. San Francisco, New York, 1962/63- 2003. Set in issues, with the original wrappers, in generally good to excellent condition. )

EUR 5,000.00

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Good set, unbound, untrimmed, in the ORIGINAL WRAPPERS. RARE. The set lacks only one very small issue (1 no 7) which will be added in copy. Artforum was edited by John Irwin, Philip Leider, John Coplans, Joseph Masheck, Ingrid Sischy etc. Includes several much key thematic issues and covers, e.g. the September 1966 (vol. 5 no 1), Surrealism issue, with cover design by Edward Ruscha; the film issue Sept.1971; Vol 13 no 3 (Nov.1974) the issue with the notorious Lynda Benglis advertisement with large dildo; Arntzen/Rainwater Q 86.

[#18656]

AUDIO ARTS

(later: AUDIO ARTS MAGAZINE).

Vol. 1 nos. 1-4; vol. 2 nos. 1,3 & 4; vol. 3 no 2; vol. 5 no 1, 3-4. Together 12 cassette tapes. London, 1974-1982. Original cassettes, each incl. a photograph of an author on the front panel.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by William Furlong. From the contents:: Vol. 1: Caroline Tisdall: Auto interview by Ad Reinhardt; Wyndham Lewis: Extracts from One Way Song; Interview with Michael Craig-Martin; Noam Chomsky: Interview by Dr. Chr. Evans; A question of James Joyce by Margaret Henry; W.B. Yeats reads The Song of the Old Mother; Anne Yeats: Memories of her father, interview by William Furlong. Vol. 2 no 1: R. Buckminster Fuller (extract from a lecture) and Joseph Beuys. Vol. 2 no 3:Conversation with Edna O'Brien. Vol. 2 no 4: Marcel Duchamp (interview by Richard Hamilton) and Hermann Nitsch. Vol. 3 no 2: Recent English Experimental Music: John White, Michael Nyman, Howard Skempton, Gavin Bryars, a.o. 5 no 1:Conversations with Helen Chadwick, Maggi Hambling, Ian McKeever. Audio Arts; Vol. 5 no 3-4: 3 tapes in a carton box: Live to Air. Artists' sound work.

[#13693]

AUDIT

Vol. 1, no. 1-2. Buffalo, N.Y., 22 Feb. 1960-28 March 1960. Size (h/w): 25,4 x 19 cm. Stapled in self-wrappers; mimeographed. (Occasional pencil note in no 2, otherwise excellent condition).

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Ralph Maud. Contributions by Roger Shattuck, Guy Davenport, R. Ohman, R. Conquest, Philip Larkin: "As Good As a Mile" (poem).

[#20207]

AVANT GARDE 61.

Staedtische Museum Trier (Germany). Oct,/Nov. 1961.

"AVANT GARDE 61" Staedtisches Museum Trier (Germany), Oct/Nov. 1961 Illustr. cardstock covers, 26 x 16 cm, stapled, 6 pp. gray cardstock paper, printed in letterpress. Losely laid in are two (folded) sheets (41 x 58 cm) of semitransparent paper with 25 b+w photos of works.

EUR 1,800.00

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Texts (G.) by Dr. Emil Zenz + Klaus Juergen-Fischer and brief biographical information on the participating artists. Artists are Manzoni, Fontana, Kusama, Lo Savio, Schoonhoven, Armando, Castellani, Dorazio, Girke, Henderikse, Henk Peters, Piene, A. Rainer, Uecker, Zangs and others. Reference > Gagosian / Celant: Manzoni, page 348

[#20196]

AVANT GARDE: Zeitschrift fuer Kunst & Kommunikation

1975 / Issue (no) 1 (= all published). DE-LUXE EDITION, ONE OF 3. Editor: Werner Mathes, Fulda (Germany) Illustrated papercovers, 30 x 21 cm, stapled, 44 pp. incl. covers. Printed in black on white and red paperstock. Texts in German and English. This copy is a Special Deluxe Editon limited to 3 (three numbered copies) only with several signed works by the Japanes Fluxus Artist Yoshio Nakajima (+Bauhaus Situationiste). A large handsigned Xerox-Print with several rubberstampings in color is mounted in between two blank pages.

EUR 2,500.00

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Contributions by Bernard Amiard, Gunter Guben, HW Kalkmann, Miroslav Klivar, J.H. Kocman, Malgorzata Kubiak (Ubbeboda Artists Syposium), Raul Marroquin, Juergen Blum on Situationismus, Concept Art interview w. Klaus Groh, FLUXUS + Concept art by Ken Friedman, Balint Szombathy, Gabor Toth, Phisical + Semiological Information, Janos Urban, Mike Parr, Yukata Matsuzawa, Marjo Schumans et al. Profusely illustrated by b+w photographs. This copy is a Special Deluxe Editon limited to 3 (three numbered copies) only. with several signed works by the Japanese Fluxus Artist Yoshio Nakajima (+Bauhaus Situationiste). A large handsigned Xerox-Print with several rubberstampings in color is mounted in between two blank pages.

[#17796]

AZ

Arte d'oggi. (First number subtitled "Mensile d'arte", No. 12: Arte d' Oggi + Estetica Industriale).

Nos. 1-12 (all published, also numbered as Anno 1- anno 3). Milano, 1 luglio 1949 - april/maggio 1952. Tabloid-size (50x 35cm); 4pp per issue. All issues were originally folded twice (for mailing) and the fragile paper shows moderate wear and discoloration over the folds, sometimes with very minor loss of text and image). This is in particular the case for No. 12. The first number has small loss of text on the folds and small inkstains. Altogether a good set of this very rare publication. TOGETHER WITH PRECURSOR: ARTE ASTRATTA IN ITALIA One sheet of newsprint, with text and reproductions in b/w on both sides, forming the Manifest and Catalogue of the Exhibition on Abstract art in Italy, Roma, ART CLUB, 1948. One sheet, 60x47, folded , with some toning and light wear over the folds and margins. With texts and illustrations of the leading figures.

EUR 5,000.00

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Together with "Arte Astratta in Italia" these are the first Italian journals after the war to be exclusively engaged with avant-garde abstract art, modern architecture and music. Director: Mario Ballocco. Contributors include: George Braque, Aaron Copland, Eugenio Gentili, Bruno Munari, Pietro Reina, Luigi Pestalozza, Gianni Monnet, J. Belampo, Ignazio Gardella, Renato Righetti, Giorgio Dolfini, Carlo Perogalli, Luigi Veronesi, (No. 8 on the 25th Biennale di Venezia), etc.; numerous illustrations featuring Italian and foreign artists. Very rare complete set. "Arte astratta in Italia" opens with the text of the manifest starting with: "Dall'Impressionismo fino all Cubismo si è sviluppata una vera e propria rivoluzione contro quanto di metafisico e transcendente vi era nell'arte." - Comitato organizzativo: Perilli, Roma; Sottsass Jr., Milano e Torino; Pizzionato, Venezia. Comitatio d'onore: G.C.Argan, P. Bucarelli, G. de Angelis d'Ossat, G. Ginghirellui, C. Maltese, L. Marchiori, C. Sotgiú, E. Villa, L. Venturi. Exhibitors (with depicted works): Accardi, Attardi, Consagra, Dorazio, Dorfles, Dova, Fontana, Garau, Ghiringelli, Guerrini, Licini, Magnelli, Manisco, Massaglia, Mastroianni, Maugeri, Mazzon, Monnet, Munari, Perilli, Pizziano, Prampolini, Reggiani, Sagfilippo, Soldati, Sottsass Jr., Spazzapan, Turcato, Vedova, Viani. Critical and introductory texts, in Italian and some in French by J.Albers, M. Bill, G. Dorfles, G. Formaggio, W. Kandinsky, Le Corbusier, F. Léger, P. Mondrian, G. Morri, E. Sottsass Jr.

[#18014]

BETWEEN WORLDS.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.) San Germán (Puerto Rico): Inter American University, 1960-1962. Three issues; also numbered as Vol. 1 nos 1-2; Vol. 2 no 1). Nice clean copies. Printed by Allen Swallow in Denver. Cover design by Man Ray.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Gilbet Neiman. Produced at the Inter American University of San German, Puerto Rico. Contributors include Henry Miller, Anselm Hollo, Russell Edson, Robert Lowry, Harry Roskolenko, Gil Orlovitz, George Dillon, Daisy Aldan, David Cornel DeJong, Allen Ginsberg, Duchamp, Gregory Corso, Man Ray, William S. Burroughs, Edward Dorn, Gary Snyder, William Carlos Williams, Creeley, Ginsberg, Breton, Nin, and Mina Loy.

[#18300]

BEV

Blad van EVA

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

EUR 1,000.00

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Feminist Erotic photomagazine. Editor: Leonie Geefkens. Contributions by WILLEM DE RIDDER (lay-out), Frederice van Faassen, Peter Giele, Yvonne Kroonenberg, Ellen Schippers, Rob Scholte, Arno Hintjes, Hans van Maanen, Simon Vinkenoog, Joost Zwagerman, Loes Luca, and many more. .

[#16481]

DAS BILDERHAUS

Nachrichtenblatt für Mitglieder des Freiburger Kunstvereins.

Jahrgang 1 Heft 1-12 & Jahrgang 2 Heft 1-7 (all publ.). Freiburg i. Br. 1955/56. Tog 19 numbers, large 8vo; each number between 8-12 pages in selfwrappers. With (partly coloured) orig woodcuts on the frontpage. In 2 plain cardboard slipcases. Fine.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by S. E. Bröse. With firstprints in German by Hans Arp (in no 5); reports from artists centers in Germany and abroad, and a regular report from Paris (Pariser Bilderbrief). Orig. woodcuts by E. Heckel (cover of number 1; Dube 409 B), Grieshaber (cover of no 2), F. Harnest, W. Wohlschlegel, H. Arp (in colour, no.5; Arntz 206 b), W. Herzger, R. Dischinger, J. Bissier, G. Biese, W. Gothein, J. Lacasse (2), E. Bizer, C. Westphal, W. Becker, W. Helbig, G. Meistermann, and woodcuts after S. Delaunay ( 2 no 6) and Alcopley (2 no 7).

[#16863]

BLACK COUNTRY MEAT CHRONICLE.

Number 2. Edgbaston: B.M.C. Press, 1969. 33 x 20 cm unpaginated c. 30 sheets, with colour and b&w illustrations. Card covers, with tie binding, some edges creased and other minor wear, but on the whole. very good.

EUR 400.00

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Underground artist periodical. "The only underground magazine with green shield stamps "(stamp affixed). Edited by Richard J. Miller & Alvin Stinton. With extract from an unpublished novel by Jeff Nuttall. Contributions, artworkand texts by Jim Duke, Richard Miller, M.Peniket, John Upton a.o.

[#19538]

BLACK DADA NIHILISMUS

45 r.p.m. thin vinyl, Situation 15/A/aug 67: recorded in U.S.A., all rights U.P.S.(underground press syndicate), sonopresse,holland. A: Le Roi Jones, New York Art Quartet.3'35"; B: Poems: Hans Wesseling. 4'22''. In original printed brown kraft sleeve, with black pinted text (see below)

Price on request

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-Freak-in-love-out and it happens…for over.(Hans Wesseling: Who wants yesterday's papers?, Nobody in the world; Jan van de Meer,Winand Mens, Ernst Cats, Enno Veldhuys, Hans Schmidt). Iets-Member, The Hague.) - Black Dada Nihilismus, Le-roi jones new ark detroit, MILWAUKEEE,wahington……

[#19510]

THE BLACK MOUNTAIN REVIEW

Vol. 1 no 2, Summer 1954, Black Mountain College, Black Mountain N.C. Orig wrappers, light toning, very lightly soiled.. Small repair to top of spine. Very good. . [Clay & Phillips 106-109]. [Anderson & Kinzie 248].

EUR 800.00

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Includes work by Artaud (transl.Rexroth), Toda Tomoya, Paul Blackburn, Douglas Woolf,Kizu Toyotaro, Lucy Lapp, Creeley, Charles Olson, Irving Layton, Ronald Mason. Photographic insert of Mayan sculpture.

[#15772]

BLACK THEATRE

A periodical of the Black Theatre Movement

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#19340]

BLACKFISH

Nos. 1 - 4/5, (all publ.). Burnaby, B.C. (Canada). Spring 1971 - Winter/Spring 192/73. Stapled wrappers, mimeographed.

EUR 180.00

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Edited by B.T.Brett, Allan Safarik. Contribs. By Jayne Berland, earle birny, George Bowering, etc.

[#15711]

BLANK PAGE

5 portfolio-volumes (of 6 published, missing volume 2). London: Philip Dobree & Adrian Self, 1988-1991. Large folios, unpaginated.- All volumes first editions. Each volume is one of 150 numbered copies and each work of art (screen print, relief print, collage, visual poetry, wood cut, lithograph, blind block or drawing) is numbered and signed by the artist. All volumes are in near fine condition.

EUR 1,400.00

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Blank Page was published in 6 volumes over a period of three years and contains original work by 110 different contributors from all over the world. Blank page was published and designed by B4 publishing and printed at Book Works, DJ Litho, Aldgate Press, and various artists studios. The artists represented (all works are numbered and signed) : Vol. 1: Selima Hill, Michael Symmons Roberts, David Powell, Alan Bold, Patricia Conolly, Nicholas Rawson, A R Lamb, Norman MacAffee, Douglas Allsop, Matthew Tyson, Teal Trigs, Francesca Lowery, Childe Roland, Volker Strater, Matteo Adinolfi, Marco Bettoni, Josephine Pryde. Vol. 3. Juan Agudelo, Nubia Arcia, Bosco Centeno, Jonny Chavarria, Elvis Chavarria, Ivan Guevara, Donald Guevara, Pedro Pablo Meneses, Felipe Pena, Olivia Silva, Charles Bezie, John Carter, Gottfried Honneger, James Juszczyk, Claude Pasquer, Yves Popet, Nico W. Pot, Perry Roberts, David Saunders, Francisco Soto Mesa, Jaak Vuylsteke, Elizabeth Willmoth. Vol. 4: Andrew Benjamin, Geoff Bennington, Jean-francois Lyotard, Stephen Melville, Timothy Murray, Peter Osborne, Douglas Allsop, Richard Bell, Marian Bruce, Tam giles, John Goodyear, Rity Jansen Heijtmeijer, James Hugonin, Ray Masters, Dora Maurer, David Rubello, Albert Rubens, Clifford Singer, G R Thomson, Ian Tyson, Opy Zouni. Vol. 5: Dietrich Mahlow, Mirella Bentivolgio, Peter Downsborough, Heinz gappmayer, Pierre Garnier, Ilse Garnier, Bohumila Grogerova, Josef Hirsal,Wilfred Huet, Angelika Janz, Arrigo Lora-Totino, Ann Noel, Mari Orensanz, Andrzej Partum, Jadwiga Przbylak & Janusz Bakowsky, Eino Ruutsalo, Takahashi Shohachiro, Yves de Smet, Grzegorz Sztabinski, Bernar Villiers, Emmett Williams. Vol. 6: Stephen Bann, Andrew Benjamin, Adrew Wilson, Marcel Baugniet, Charles Biederman, Cesar Domela, Marcel Floris, Anthony Hil, Gottfried Honegger, Michael Kidner, Max Mahlmann, Francois Morellet, Aurelie Nemours, Gudrun Piper, George Rickey, Michel Seuphor, Anton Stankowski.

[#17317]

BLIND

Nos. 1 and 2 (all published). Amsterdam, 1988/89. 20x13cm., orig.wrappers, unpaginated.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Paul Groot & Gerald van der Kaap. Offset. Contributors: the editors, with Peter Klashorst, H. Gorter, M. Kremer and others. Design/layout: Linda van Deursen, Armand Mevis.

[#19531]

BRAAK

Maandelijks Cahier voor proza, poëzie en critiek.

Braak. Amsterdam, 1950-1951. 4to. Original pictorial wrappers. With several illustrations in the text. The complete series vols. 1-7 in deluxe orange cloth box with gilt morocco title piece on spine. The collection consists of: Vol. 1, numbered in pen and dated mei (stamp) 1950, p. 1-24 Vol. 2, numbered and dated in pen 'Juni' 1950, p. 25-48 Vol. 3, with cover illustration by Lucebert, p. 49-76 Vol. 4, p. 77-104, printed in black, green, red and blue, with cover illustration by Remco Campert, signed "erce" [= R.C.] Vol. 5, p. 105-136, printed in black, green and red, with cover illustration by Lucebert Vol. 6, p. 137-164, with cover illustration by Oscar Scheffel [=Lucebert] Vol. 7, p. 165-184, uncut, with cover illustration by Nico Lijsen Fine set of this rare periodical, sewn in loose original covers, staples removed in order to prevent rust. Literature: Hans Renders. Braak. Een kleine mooie revolutie tussen Cobra en Atonaal; Stokvis, Dr. Willemijn. Cobra. De weg naar spontaniteit, fig. 198 Provenance: Collection Gert Jan Hemmink, Amstelveen; Collection Karel Nijkerk, Amsterdam Notes: With typed letter from legendary Dutch antiquarian bookseller Max Schuhmacher on the stationary of Antiquariaat Schuhmacher, signed, dated 17-4-1989. Addressed to the famous collector K.J. Nijkerk and concerning the market value of Braak (f. 5.800 [sic!] "waarvoor wij het meerdere malen verkocht hebben"). Schuhmacher offers issue no. 7, missing from Nijkerk's collection. Attached is a copy of Nijkerk's baiting answer stating that he was able to buy the missing issue elsewhere paying a price he previously considered too high: less than half the amount asked for by Schuhmacher. "ik heb het toch maar gekocht zodat mijn serie nu compleet is. Er komt nog een doosje omheen ter bescherming van de papierafbraak". Added: Hans Renders. Een kleine mooie revolutie tussen Cobra en Atonaal. Met een facsimile uitgave van het tijdschrift.

EUR 4,000.00

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BRAAK - CAMPERT, Remco (Dutch 1929); H.R. KOUSBROEK (Dutch 1929 - 2010) (red.).

[#16702]

BRUMES BLONDES

Bureau de Recherches Surréalistes.

Nos. 2-8 (=all published, no. 7 never appeared and No. 1 was a stencilled pamphlet of 2 pages only). Amsterdam (selfpublished), stencilled and stapled (Nos. 2 and 4 with handmade covers). Size: 28x22 cm, except nos. 4 and 6 which are smaller, 22x13,5 cm. No. 8 is stencilled, list of publications. Together with: Numéro hors-série. Décembre 1966, 312 pp.: Lautréamont in Nederland, by Her de Vries (stencilled, green covers, stapled (more or less replacing unpublished No. 7) Then continued as: (Series 2) Nouvelle série: Nos. 1-8 (last publ.). Stencilled sheets, stapled within printed illustrated white boards (except No. 1 which has beige covers imprinted "Courant de Force!!"). Size: 27,5x21,5 cm. All in good condition (no. 7 upper side of frontcover sunned, very light soilage to others). With a signed copy of the text for the opening of the exhibition "Surrealistische Onmoetingen"in Leiden, 1961 (no. 21 of 25 published); a special issue being "De Witte Schelp", maart 1977, for the Exhibition in Galerie Bouma, Amsterdam (Rik Lina, Raúl Perez, Cruzeiro Seixas, Philip West), a (slightly stained) copy of "Op Engelvoeten, à Pas de loup", Eds/Surréalistes Brumes Blondes, 1975 (this would be the unnumbered no. 9 of the journal), and some stencilled pamphlets (detailed below).

EUR 1,800.00

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Artist periodical, and the only surrealist periodical published in The Netherlands, edited by Her de Vries and Laurens van Krevelen (Laurens Vancrevel). Published by their "Bureau de Recherches Surréalistes" in very small editions (the early issues only in 50 copies). No. 2 with the enclosure Realiteiten in Neder/Hol/land 2. 8 pp. No.6 entitled Afgekloven Opperhoofden, is a polemic against Podium, in particular against Camille Houckaert (= W.F. Hermans) and Remco Campert. No. 8 is the list of publications of the Bureau; Contributions by the editors, Raymond Soriano, Peter Berger, Karel Sebek, Leo Garet, Mario Botas, Georges Gronier, Ted Joans, Arnost Budík (La deuxième "Renaissance Surréaliste " en Tchecoslovaquie), a.o. Illustrations by Paul Louwers, J.H. Moesman, Kristians Tonny, Schlechter Duvall, Rik Lina & Jan. G. Elburg. Wolfgang Cordan, Edouard Jaguer, Jan Elburg, Octavio Paz, a.o. Front-covers by E.F. Granell, Philip West a.o. The added pamphlets are: "Toute und Vie" in French and in Dutch, rememberance to Breton, 28 sept.1966; De Wederopstanding van King Kong, Surreële paasboodschap 1968 (signed by the Surrealistische Groep in Nederland); Le Surréalisme d'abord et toujours"(avril 1969) Onze ogen leven in het wild"(juni 1969). Complete sets are quite rare.

[#18882]

BUNKER

Revue

No 1."Poésie comme avant tout" (all published). Paris, May 1978, 4to. Loose sheets folded into wrappers, unpaginated (24 pages).

EUR 120.00

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Participants: François Aubral(photo), Michel Bulteau, Gilbert Chaudanne, Claude Dupitier, José Galdo, etc. "Sous le signe du Refus…Poésie comme avant tout". Inside front cover draws attention to Abdellatif Laabi, an imprisoned poet. Inserted flyer for Galdo's Lutte Vulva. Text in French

[#17999]

BUTTONS

Number 1 and 2 (all published). Berkeley, CA, 1972/73. 26x19,5 cm., glued in the spine, softcovers, unpaginated. Mimeograph printing. Covers lightly soiled (in particular no 2).

EUR 500.00

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Experimental poetry magazine. Edited by Jim Rosenberg. Contributions from David Bromige, Jim Rosenberg, Arthur Sze, R.G.Barnes, Fred Berry, Karen Daley, Gary Fitts, Sherril Jaffe, Ann Kim, Mary Norbert Korte, Mac McClain, Adrianne Marcus, Clive Matson, Michael Palmer, David Schaff, Lynn Shoemaker, Marty Mosko, Jean Puphrey, David Schaff, Rodger Scott, Mark I. Smith, Lynn Strongin, Peter Veblen, & Elaine Zimmerman.

[#16536]

CALIBAN

Nos. 1, 2, 3/4 (all publ.). Impresso na Tipografia Litografia Globo, Ida. Lourenço Marques, 1971-1972. 8vo; original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 800.00

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Rare art and literary periodical from Mozambique, edited by J.P. Grabato and Rui Knopfli. Contributions by Eugénio Lisboa, Francisco de Sousa Neves, João Bettencourt da Camara, José Cravirinha, Jorge Viegas, Linda Hlongo, Orlando Mamdes Rui Knopli, Rui Nogar. Also Portuguese collaborators: Fonseca Amaral, Gloria de Sant'Anna, J.P.Grabato Dias, Leite de Vasconcellos, L. de Carvalho, Seb. Alba.

[#18796]

CATERPILLAR

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

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

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#16410]

CAW!

Magazine of Students for a Democratic Society.

Nos. 1, 2 & 3 (all published). New York, 1968. Original illustrated wrappers; 86, 96 & 96pp. (Wrapper of no 2 with edgewear and small chips),

EUR 300.00

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Publication of the SDS, edited by Jerry Badanes. In the first issue o.a. 'A tribute to the work of Che Guevara' with texts by Pablo Neruda, Fidel Castro Javier Heraud, Margaret Randall, Cesar Vallejo. Second issue: cover- VietCong Flag at Sit-In Columbia University; Contributors include Victor Hernandez Cruz, Julius Lester, Todd Gitlin, Robin Morgan. The third issue with coverage of the Paris Student strike and other international student protests.

[#20104]

CHELSEA (Review)

Nos. 1-38. Chelsea Review. NY: Chelsea Foundation. Summer 1958-1979. Orig. Wrappers (very well preserved set, with only light dustsoiling; no 30/31 is double isue).

EUR 2,000.00

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Important little magazine established in 1958 by Ursule Molinaro, Venable Herndon, George Economou, Robert Kelly and Joan Kelly.] Later, Sonia Raiziss was an editor. It published poems and prose by Denise Levertov,[Umberto Eco, Raymond Carver, and Grace Paley. Writers such as W. S. Merwin, Sylvia Plath, A. R. Ammons and Paul Auster were published in the magazine when they were still emerging.

[#15238]

LE CIEL BLEU

Hebdomadaire littéraire pour tous. De l'autre coté du miroir...

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). Bruxelles, 22 février - 19 avril 1945. Unbd. (36,5 x 27,5 Cm.), as issued with folding creases in the middle of each issue, some wear and discolorations on the folds. (Nos. 8-9 printed on green stock). Illustrated.

EUR 500.00

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Belgian surrealist periodical, directed by Paul Colinet, Chr. Dotremont, Marcel Mariën, with unpublished work by Breton, Lewis Carroll, Picasso and contribs. by Magritte, Louis Scutenaire, Jean Pfeiffer, Piqueray, Armand Permantier, a.o. (Vasseur p. 29).

[#16637]

CITY

Nos. 1-5 (complete). NY & San Francisco: City, 1967-1975. Mimeographed;14 x 8 1/2 side-stapled sheets. All near fine except that the last pages of no 2 are detached

EUR 400.00

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All near fine except that the last pages of no 2 are detached. A short-lived periodical with contributions by Anne Waldman, Helen Adam, Hacker, Lewis Ellingham, Samuel R. Delany, Marie Ponsot, Thomas M. Disch, and James Sallis a.o.. The third number is devoted entirely to Helen Adam, featuring her poems and an interview. Photographs by Peter Reinstorff, ilustrations by Russell Fitzgerald (i.a. cover drawing for no 2 is portrait of Harold Reynolds (Urban Renewal).

[#16530]

CIVILTA

Rivista della Esposizione Universale di Roma.

Anno 1-3 no 1 (all published, also numbered as Nos. 1-11). Milano, Bompiani, 1940-1942. Large folio; original pictorial wrappers; numerous illustrations and photographs. (Contents of some issues loosening in the spine and some covers very lightly damaged,otherwise very good conditon).

EUR 500.00

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Published to promote the Esposizione Universale di Roma ('E.42') which in fact never materialised because of the developments of the war. Covers by M. Campigli and A. Funi. Texts by C. Alvaro, R. Bacchelli, M. Bontempelli, E. Cecchi, S. D'Amico, G. Gentile, A. Libera, C.E. Oppo, M. Piacentini, G. Piovene, M. Praz; depicting art by Bartoli, Campigli, Carra, Casorati, De Chirico, De Pisis, Funi, Marini, Severini, Sironi, Soffici, Tosi. Of special interest is the important advertising section, printed on full page,glossy paper and full colour.

[#17566]

CLARTÉ

Art, Art-décoratif, Architecture.

Années 1-12 (all publ.). Bruxelles, 1928-1939. 4to; original wrappers; with numerous illustrations and photographs. 4 years are complete,in 8 years lack a total of 10 numbers;detail below. A rare ensemble. Good condition,, wrappers occasionally with discolorations, small markings or rubber stamps of the previous owner, but internally clean..

EUR 3,000.00

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Belgian journal dealing mainly with the visual arts, interior decoration, industrial design, architecture, sculpture, fashion, painting, graphic arts, etc., edited by H. Dons. Published monthly; no yearly indexes were published. Very scarce, even in an incomplete set. (1928 Lacking only November; 1929 All 12 issues present; 1930 Lacking only August; 1931 All 12 issues present ; 1932 Lacking August and November; 1933 Lacking June and October; 1934 Lacking only September; 1935 All 12 issues present; 1936 Lacking only April; 1937 Lacking January; 1938 Lacking only November; 1939 All 12 issues present

[#14824]

CONTOUR QUARTERLY

Nos. 1-4 (probably all publ.?). Berkeley, April 1947-1949.

EUR 750.00

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Rare complete set of this important little magazine, produced by Christopher (and Norma) Maclaine in conjunction with his early poetry collections and slightly later experimental films. No 1: Robert Duncan, Jack Spicer, Philip Lamantia, Bern Porter. No 2: Rexroth, Levertov, Patchen, Crews. no3: Zahn, Joyce ("Ibsen's New Drama"), Mason Jordan Mason. No 4: Patchen, Lamantia, Corman. All are printed letterpress, Number includes two color silkscreen cover, number 4 was entirely handset, printed and bound by Christopher and Norma Maclaine.

[#15719]

CORMORAN Y DELFIN

Mar – Poesía – Buenos Aires – Mundo. Revista Internacional de Poesía (after No.13 subtitle changes to Revista Planetaria de Poesia).

Numbers ("Viajes") 1 -28/29 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, enero 1964- diciembre 1972. Original wrappers (some browning, paperspotting, handwritten names on front-covers, but generaly inl good condition; front-cover of No. 1 faded). Some issues with the original banderolles.

EUR 2,000.00

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Devoted to avant-garde poetry, illustrated by many original woodcuts. Director : Ariel Canzani D. Co-director : Albino Fernández (until number 3). With contributions by: César Tiempo,Ruben Vela, Luisa Pasamanik, Horacio Salas, Lysandro Galtier, Ruy Rodríguez, Alejandra Pizarnik, Roberto Juarroz, Ariel Canzani D., Lydia Alfonso,Santiago E. Kovadloff, Lizardo Zía, Carlos M. Grunberg, Juan José Caselli, Rafael Squirru, León Benarós and translations of work by Bender, Grass, Sinisgalli, Joostens, Thom Gunn, Enzensberger, Daumal, Artaud, Spender, Nooteboom, and many others. Several issues devoted to a single country (Brazil, Uruguay, The Netherlands, Catalunya, Chili, Hawai, Peru, Italy, Spain, etc., the last number "Testimonio de la revolucion chilena"). -Artwork (original xilographies) by Edgardo A. Vigo (in no 20/21), Albino Fernández, Daniel Zelaya, Alfredo de Vincenzo, Miguel Angel Ríos, Victor R.Rebuffo, Esteban Adam, A.M. Armagni, Abel B. Versacci, Sergio Sergi, Luciano Rólon, Rubén Montoya, Alfredo Bellocq, Ariel Canzani, Velia Zavattaro, José Rodrigo Belloso, a.o. -Number 27 on Visual Poetry (contribs. By Paul de Vree, Bob Cobbing, Gerz, Accame, Caruso, Bense, Bory, John Furnival, etc.). Editorial changes are reflected in changes in subtitle:from no 13 onward «Revista Internacional de Poesía « a «Revista Planetaria de Poesía». «El PLANETARISMO es nuestra enloquecida consigna, de ahí ese estar fuera de todo tipo de grupos o de clanes» .In No. 14:«Manifiesto de la Poesía Loxodrómica» donde explica que «...está sumergida en la realidadinmediata del planeta ( se ubica en el sentido individal y social de la palabra y del lenguaje ) y navega con organicidad-necesidad semántica (o polisemántica si se prefiere) hacia un futuro revolucionario del opus artístico , y con el aditivo de ser no para castas, clases, academias o grupos de poder, sino para todos.Si se nos permite utilizar el término la denominaríamos super vanguardia.»

[#17487]

DYN

The Review of Modern Art. Publ. & Ed. by Wolfgang Paalen.

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Mexico City, April 1942-Nov. 1944. In 5 issues (nos. 4/5 double), 4to; original wrappers, folio. (Light chipping to right upper corner of the frontcover of no. 1and light spoiling, no. 6 has a band of soiling along the fore-edge, a bump and split down the crown of spine, and nine pinholes through the rear cover, extending 11 leaves into the volume; other volumes in very good condition) Altogether an excellent set; complete quite rare.

EUR 1,500.00

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Published in Mexico during the wartime, international journal for modern art and literature with strong ties to surrealism. Contributions by Wolfgang and Alice Paalen, M. Alvarez Bravo, Henry Moore, Henry Miller, Anais Nin, Valentine Penrose, Alexander Calder, Robert Motherwell, Covarrubias, Matta, Picasso, Pollock, Edw. Renouf, César Moro, and many of others. All prints and (tipped to page) plates present. Texts in English and in French.

[#19279]

ECHO DES SAVANES - MORMOIL - CANARD SAUVAGE - TOUSSE BOURIN - VAMPIRELLA - CIRCUS - AH! NANA, (and others from the French Underground Press)

A Collection of 3 complete French subversive (comics)-magazines (bandes dessinées), in total 54 physical issues. The collection reflects the typical provocative character of this type of underground periodical of the 1970's in France. The contents are a mixture of strips, cartoons, comics, photo-novels, etc. by wellknown illustrators. Characteristic features are horror, science fiction, humor, detectives, westerns, comics, also political satire and film. Some illustrations are rather shocking, violent or obscene. All publications are in the original pictorial wrappers, Rare complete sets.

EUR 2,500.00

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--L'ECHO DES SAVANES. Réservé aux Adultes. Nos. 1-71. Paris, Editions du Fromage, 1972-1980, together with L'ECHO DES SAVANES SPECIAL U.S.A. Trimestriel. Nos. 1-13. Paris, 1976-1979. All in original wrappers, unbound as issued, fine. Dir.: N. Mandryka. Picture-stories, science fiction, fantasy, comics, cartoons, satirical drawings by a.o.: Gotlib, Lob, Wallace Wood, Solé, Petillon, Baudoin, Marcelé. The special U.S.A. issues devoted to science fiction in the U.S. with contributions by Neal Adams, Richard Corben, Bretécher, Mike Kaluta, Jim Starlin and Jeff Jones. --AH! NANA.Nos. 1-9. Paris, oct. 1976-déc. 1977. Unbound, in orig. Wrappers as issued. Fine.-- Edited and with contributions by almost exclusively female journalists and illustrators. Ed.: Janic Guillerez. With strips, photo-novels and cartoons and with contribs. on feminism, politics, film, music, theatre. Illustrated front- and back wrappers. Contributions by Marj Marlowe, Arlette Stroumza, Paula Jacques, Marjorie Alessandrini, Agnes Varda, Wanda Makowski. Ills.: Nicole Claveloux, Chantal Montellier, Irina, Lili White Cat, Liz Bijl, a.o. With thematic issues as: Le sexe et les petites filles, Spécial Sado-Maso, Homosexualité / Transsexualité, L'Inceste. --MORMOIL. Réservé aux adultes. Nos. 1-7. Paris, mars 1974-nov. 1975. Unbound, in orig.wrappers as issues. Fine. Dir.: J.-C. Morchoisne; Ed.: Rampal & Lucques. Illustrated satirical magazine, containing cartoons, photo-stories, strips and contributions on film, politics. Contributions by Lucques, Konrad Lorenz, Nisset-Raidon, Rampal, Christian Binet. Illustrations by a.o.: Mulatier, Barbe, Ricor, Bridenne, Gir, Clays, Morchoisne. Each issue with a satirical drawing on the front- and backcover.

[#18051]

EGOZINE

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

EUR 900.00

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

[#20177]

ELEPHANT

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). New York: Perreault, Summer 1965 - 1966. illustrated wrappers, stapled; mimeo printed rectos only; (No 1: 22x18 cm,34 pp; No 2: 28x21,5 cm.,70 pp; No. 3: 28x21,5 cm., 24 pp).

EUR 700.00

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Edited by John Perreault. Ted Berrigan,, Aram Saroyan, Ruth Krauss, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, Thomas Clark, Clark Coolidge, James Brodey, Joseph Ceravolo, Gerard Malanga, Kathleen Fraser and others. Ills.: Hugo Mujica.

[#7441]

ELLEBORE

Nos. 1-8. Paris, 1979-1984. With: Catalogue de l'Exposition Ellebore, 24 mars/30 avril 1982. 4to; original pictorial wrappers; illustrated.

EUR 450.00

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Nicely produced art and literary periodical with strong ties to Surrealism; ed. by Jean-Marc Debenedetti. Issues dedicated to themes like: L'Objet magique; Lethal; ...du réel; Quant à l'objet; La poésie c'est parfois poème; Refléchier; Amérives. Covers designed by: Guy Rousille, Arthur Cruzeiro-Seixas, Giovanna; Marcel Lannoy; Jean-Pierre Griffoul. Contribs. by Jean Orizet, Pascale Falvigny, Bernard Atmani, Patrick Grainville, Francoise Jones, Philippe Casella, Pierre Sabourin.

[#19231]

EVERGREEN

(Nos. 1-31 publ. as: EVERGREEN REVIEW). Nos. 1-97 (last publ.). New York, 1957/58-1973, then No. 98 (last and all published), New York, Grove Press, 1984. Original illustrated wrappers; in-8 and in-4. A few corners and spines with faint creases or slight wear, but on the whole a fine set. Very rare complete. ADDED: A signed copy of Vol. 1 no 2 : San Francisco Scene 1957 Rosset, Barnet ( Editor ) Pictorial wrapper. UNIQUE copy of the most important Beat writing published prior to Kerouac's 'On The Road'. This 'San Francisco Scene' issue celebrates the epochal 'Six Poets at Six Gallery' reading, which turned several of the young poets, especially Allen Ginsberg with his reading of Howl (first appearance), into instant celebrities. Ferlinghetti offered to publish 'Howl' the next day. Signed by Ferlinghetti, Michael McLure and Gary Snyder at the respective contributions. ADDED: A poster for Evergreen . An original 44-1/2 inch high by 29-1/2 inch wide color poster illustrated with Sergei Ivanov's May Day image advertising the counter-culture political periodical, the Evergreen Review. Circa 1967, the poster is illustrated with Ivanov's image of a festive maiden in a sheer dress scattering roses over the heads of the massed proletariat. Cyrillic text is printed above the periodical's name "Evergreen" which is boldly printed across the top. The Cyrillic text is explained at the bottom as being a translation of the periodical's slogan: "*In Russia it means Join the Underground". This is boldly printed at bottom left next the request to "Demand Evergreen at your newsdealer" and an illustration of the magazine with the same cover image. There are several chips and short tears along the edges with a tiny piece out from the bottom left corner and a heavier crease to the top left corner.

EUR 5,000.00

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The magazine of the Beat-Generation, edited by Barney Rosset, with contribs. by Henri Miller, L. Ginsberg, Albert. Camus, Jack Kerouac, Samuel Beckett, J.P. Sartre, Eugène Ionesco, Karl Jaspers, Tennessee Williams, Malcolm X, Vladimir Nabokov, Boris Pasternak, interviews with Bernadette Devlin (Women's Lib and other topics), Fernando Arrabal, Ingmar Bergman. Several issues were banned, and sets are now hard to find.

[#20244]

EXALTO

Literair filosofisch maandblad.

Jaargang 7. 1962, No. 7/10. Rotterdam, 1962.

Price on request

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Hoofdredaktie: Tobias Ritman, contribs. Esrteban Lopez, Vera Ellis, Reid, Kees Stempels.

[#20214]

THE EXPLORER.

Nos. 1-5. All published.: No. 1 (juni 1984), No. 2 (april 1985), No. 3 (december 1985), No. 4 (december 1986), No. 5 (december 1987). 10x19 cm, orig.pictorial wrappers, spine stapled. ( pages: 18, 48+wrps; 32 pp + wrps + 2 inserts; 38 + wrps; 42 pp incl. wrps.).Mint condition; with the orig.mailing envelope to the subscriber of this set. Very rare; the edition was only 70 copies (but probably some only 15). Handmade and xerox-copies. !

EUR 400.00

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Founded and edited by Piet Schreuders "…onderzoekt dingen die no niet eerder onderzocht zijn". With texts in dutch and english, line-drawings and photographs; nicely presented and with original lay-out. A rare collection.

[#16651]

THE FAR POINT

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Winnipeg, University of Manitoba, 1968-1973. 22,8 x 15,2 cm. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Myron and George Amabile. Publishes only poetry, articles on contemporary poetry and reviews. ( Charles Wright, Carol Shields, George Bowering, William Heyen, Ralph Gustafson, A.D. Whitney, Douglas Blazek, Joyce Carol Oates, bill bissett,, Richard Kostelanetz, a.o.

[#17571]

FATHAR

Nos 1-7 (all publ.). Buffalo, 1970-1975. Seven issues (titled: one, 2, III, for, 5, Sixt-six, Zayin), side-stapled wappers with light wear to the yapped edges.

EUR 400.00

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Literary journal published by Duncan McNaughton, with contribs. by Gerard de Nerval, John Wieners, Charles Olson, John Thorpe, Vincent Ferrini, Stephen Jonas, Ted Berrigan, Ed Sanders, John Clarke a.o.; covers with photographs by Ronni Goldfarb,Eleanor Lewis, Helen Macleod, David Tirrell, Zoe Borwn, Rose Dunn.

[#18819]

FERVENT VALLEY

Nos.1-5 (complete run). Placitas: Fervent Valley (1972-1974). Five issues, orig.wrappers, sizes differ.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Larry Goodell a.o. The first four issues are general numbers, featuring Ginsberg, Bukowski, Codrescu, Dawson, Burroughs, MacAdams, Creeley, Olson, Malanga, Raworth, and more. The last issue is a book, INTERORBITAL, by Bill Pearlman.

[#16652]

FIRE EXIT

Numbers 1-4 and 5 broadsides (all published). Cambridge & Boston, Fire Exit 1968-1974. Four numbered issues,orig. stapled wrappers, plus five folded unnumbered broadside issues.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by William Corbett and Fanny Howe. Began as "The Magazine of the New Poet's Theatre," Contributions by James Tate, Andrew Wylie, Jim Harrison, Corbett, Tim Reynolds, Sam Cornish, Robert Creeley, John Wieners, Clark Coolide, and Russell Banks. The magazine continued from number 4 as a folded broadside featuring the work of one or more writers and artists. Philip Guston did the cover of one, another entire issue was devoted to the work of Susan Howe. Simic, Olson, Wieners, Michael Palmer, John Yau would all appear in other issues. Secret Location (p. 275) lists the four issues + four broadside issues, the run here offers the four plus FIVE broadside issues

[#17488]

FITS MAGAZINE.

Numbers 1 and 2 (all published) San Francisco, CA, Fred' s Press.1971. 27x20 cm, stapled, unpaginated.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Aland and Nancy Senauke. Contributions by Irons, Greg, Rory Hayes, Simon Deitch, Ron Padgett, George Schneeman, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, Tom Clark, Andrei Codrescu, and others. Number 2, If The Shoe Fits : Color cartoons by Bill Griffith on upper and lower wrappers. Allen Ginsberg's poem On a Hermit's Cabin. Other contributors include Diane Di Prima, Judy Grahn, Lewis MacAdams, Ron Padgett et al. Illustrations by Kim Deitch, Justin Green, Rory Hayes, Alan Senauke, Spain, Trina Roberts and others.

[#20165]

FOLHEMA

Numbers 1 and 2 (complete set). July and august of 1966. Author, Editor & Publisher: António Aragão. Funchal( Portugal). Measures: 45 x 68 cms extended; 17 x 22´5 cms folded. Each number one sheet, folded in eight. Typography on ivory paperof 120 grms aprox. Black ink for number one, Grey and purple ink for number two. Printed on both sides. Light toning, but very good condition.

EUR 500.00

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Complete set of this small poetry magazine, by António Aragão, painter, sculptor, historian, researcher, writer and poet, is considered one of the fathers of experimental poetry in Portugal, cofounding (together with Herberto Helder and EM de Melo e Castro) the first journals for experimental poetry.

[#19990]

FREEK PRESS

Isle of Wight Festival (UK), 1970. Nos. 1 to 8 (all published): Single foolscap sheets stencilled on both sides (except nos. 2, 3 and 7, rectos only). All originals except no. 33 supplied in xerox facsimile.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Mick Farren, collaboration of Friends, Ink, OZ, Free(K) Press: on the occasion of the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival. Featuring Robin Farquarson, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, The Doors, Tiny Tim, Angels President Buttons, Donovan, Jeff Dexter, and Joan Baez are among those mentioned en passant, along with news of 'Performances', printing a lengthy quote from Donald Cammell.

[#15305]

FRONT

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). The Hague, N.V. Servire, Dec. 1930 - May 1931. Size (h/w): 23,5 x 17 cm. Original wrappers on red blue or orange stock. Very rare complete!.Apart from a discoloration and small damage tot the right front cover of No. 4 a very nice and clean set.

EUR 1,000.00

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Complete set of this radical avant-garde periodical, edited by Sonja Prins, later together with X. Abril, Masaki Ikeda and N. Macleod. With texts in english, french and german. Postscript to the last issue: 'The first 4 issues have provided a field of operations for many literary forces; henceforth, we will only concern ourselves with literature as an art when it arms the workers against the bourgeoisie'. Contributions by Ezra Pound, J. Bousquet, V.F. Calverton, J. Dos Passos, C. Einstein, C.H. Ford, E. Jolas, Ph. Lamour, V. Maiakovski, P. Nizan, A. Scheer, S. Tretyakov, V. Veressaiev, R. Vitrac, W.C. Williams, L. Zukovsky, C. Duff, I. Jiga, H. Kesten, N. Macleod, E. Reinhardt a.o.

[#18749]

FRONT UNIQUE

Rivista trimestrale.

Nuova serie: Anno 1 nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Milano, Primavera 1959-Automno 1960. Original pictorial wrappers; illustrated.

EUR 400.00

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Surrealist periodical, directed by Jean-Jacques Lebel & Tristan Sauvage, the second number by Arturo Schwarz. With texts by A. Breton, Tr. Sauvage, Fr. Picabia, J.Cl. Silbermann, Joyce Mansour, B. Péret, G. Schéhadé, A. Pieyre de Mandiargues, etc.; ills. & photographs after works by Arp, Duchamp, Ernst, Lam, Matta, Picasso, Tanguy, Baj, etc.; covers by J.J. Lebel, Victor Brauner & Roberto Crippa. The first series of 6 issues was published in Paris in 1956.

[#19160]

FURORE

Nos. 1-24 (last publ.) Together with the four pre-publication issues which were numbered as Minus-numbers -5, -4, -3, and -1/-2. Amsterdam, 6 June 1975-Winter 2000-2019. Together 28 issues, in the original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 1,200.00

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Rare complete, Piet Schreuders production. Dutch avant-garde art & literary periodical, ed. by Aart Clerkx, Laurie Langenbach, Franka van der Loo, Piet Schreuders, important for its innovative design. Literary contribs. include W.F. Hermans (prepublication of 'Onder Professoren'), Campert, Heeresma, Komrij, Schippers, Carmiggelt. Design & ills. by A. Clerkx, Piet Schreuder, a.o.

[#13578]

GANGURINN / THE CORRIDOR

Nos. 1, 2 and 5. Reykjavik, 1981, 1982, 1989. Size's (h/w): vary between: 20,7 x 14,7 cm and 30 x 21,5 cm. Original wrappers. Illustrated. Nos. 1 and 5 original wrappers; no. 2 consists of 15 loose prints in portfolio.

EUR 300.00

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Published by the Gangurinn (The Corridor) Gallery. With original graphic illustrations by Icelandic artists, Hreinn Friofinnsson, Kristinn G. Haroarson, Birgir Andrésson, Arni Ingólfsson, Kees Visser, Ivar Valgarosson, Martin Disler, Olafur Lárusson, Magnús Pálsson, Erlingur P. Ingvarsson a.o. No.1: 20x15cm., 20 unnumbered pages two of which are coloured by hand and one loose page (by Hreinn Friðfinnson).On the occasion of a year of 10 exhibitions No. 2: folder A4 size, with 15 loose prints with each a contribution of one of the artists, partly with original additions.. On the occasion of an exhibition of Árni Ingólfson, Birgir Andrésson, Dadi Gudbjörnsson, Helgi Fridjónsson, Helmut Federle, Ívar Valgardsson, Jan Mladovsky, John van’t Slot, Kristinn G. Hardason, Magnús Pálsson, Ólafur Lárusson, Pétur Magnússon, Sigridur Gudjónsdóttir, Tumi Magnússon and Valgardur Gunnarsson. No. 5 is a booklet, with 21 b/w reproductions of artworks from the Gallery's artists. (No. 141 of 250).

[#19147]

HET GEWICHT

Maandelijks verschijnend.

Jaargang. 1 no. 0, 1-8 (cplt.). Aug. 1975 - zomer 1976; Jg. 2 nos 1-3 (Dec. 1976/Jan. 1977 - Mei 1977). Large folio and tabloid, on newsprint; with numerous illustrations, photographs. The zero-issue with light spine damage, otherwise all numbers in good clean condition,

EUR 800.00

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Dutch language progressive (semi-underground) monthly literary magazine, starting with the zero number. Edited by Bert Jansen, with contribs. by Willem van Malsen, Remco Campert, Wim Noorthoek, Martin Schouten, Freek de Jonge, Jan Siebelink, H.J.A. Hofland, Mensje van Keulen, Bernhard Holtrop, Maarten Biesheuvel, Wim Noordhoek, Charles Bukowski, William Levy, Interview with Herman Brood, Egbert Zuiderveld. Monochrome illustrations, cartoons and comics by Bernhard Holtrop a.o.

[#16445]

HANGING LOOSE

Nos. 1-4 (all published?). Loose sheets (size (h/w): 23 x 15,2 cm.) in printed envelope: No. 1. New York, Dick Lourie (1966). Loose sheets (all fine) in a printed envelope with sunning to extremes and wear to flap. No. 2. New York, Dick Lourie (1967). Loose sheets (all fine) in a printed envelope with sunning to extremes and wear to closure flap. No. 3. New York, 1967. Loose sheets) in printed envelope, as issued. Envelope somewhat worn, contents fine. Together with: No. 4. Winter, 1967 Special Issue: American Writers In Greece. New York, copyright 1968, loose pages in white pictorial envelope, Fine in good envelope that has been opend on one side & partly on another, unpaginated.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Ron Schreiber, Dick Lourie, Emmett Jarrett and Denise Levertov. Cover by Mimi Gross. Contributions by the editor, Piercy, Silliman, Eshleman, a.o. For number 4: contributors include: Aris Fakinos, Joanne Hotchkiss, Kay Johnson, Jacqueline Lapidus, Robert Lax, Marge Piercy ("her first book of poems will be published by Wesleyan."), Eric J. Solibakke, "The Editor for this special Greek issue: Emmett Jarrett",

[#8105]

DE HOEK VAN DE STRAAT

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

EUR 700.00

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

[#16628]

HOLLYWOOD QUARTERLY

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

EUR 1,400.00

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

[#17498]

HORDE

Number One (all publ.). December 1964. London: Horde, 1964. 50 pp. Side-stapled wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Johnny Byrne and others. Cover art by Miles, contributions by Pete Brown, George Dowden, Spike Hawkins, Angus Mac Lise, Anselm Hollo, and many others. Center insert fold-out, cartoons by Mal Dean, present and fine. Inside the rear cover is an advertisement for Horde 2, including the contents, but there is no evidence that it was actually published. Miller & Price D213.

[#17949]

HYPHID

Nos 1-4. (all publ.). Weed/flower Press, Toronto, January-December 1968. Orig.stapled wrappers.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Nelson Ball, with contributions by William Hawkins, Victor Coleman, Carol Bergé, bill bisset, Anselm Hollo, David McFadden, George Bowering,

[#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).

[#19724]

INCENSE

Number 16 (=last issue published) . . Buffalo: Mike Aldrich, Jan.-Feb. 1968. Mimeographed sheets of varying colors stapled at one corner. One of 300 copies evidently out of the English Dept. SUNY at Buffalo (SUNYAB).

EUR 450.00

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Edited by Michael Aldrich. This is the "Mantra" issue dedicated to Allen Ginsberg who was making an appearance in Buffalo, also the fnal issue. Virtually all content by Aldrich, an exception being a letter to him from Ginsberg, a page of Mantras "as taught by AG", and a reprinted essay by Ginsberg on mantras. Other work includes reviews of The Fugs and Dylan albums. Mike Aldrich was a doctoral student at UB and began a LEMAR (legalize marijuana) chapter on campus. (There is much online regarding "Dr. Dope" as he became known and the "Fiedler Scandal".) An early artifact in the legalization of marijuana, by one of the founders indeed scholars of the movement. It is likely that the last few pages are missing as references to a review of the Rolling Stones album and "the latest on the Fiedler Case" intimate that pages are not present. Otherwise, with faults like a coffee ring stain, a good copy. Even incomplete it is rare - only seven institutions hold copies of any issue (only a couple with this issue) as found on WorldCat or commerce as of 10/18/18.

[#19220]

INSOLATIONS

(Bernard Dufour, Bruno Roy).

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Editions Fata Morgana (Bernard Dufour,Bruno Roy). Montpellier, 13 juin-9 décembre 1968. 4to; Loose sheets as issued in cardboard folders with ties.Labels on the upper covers (no3 relaid), fine. All three in excellent condition. Ills. Limited edition (130 copies for number 1, -200 copies for numbers 2 and 3), numbered and signed by the collaborators. The edges of all the sheets in all three volumes are slightly darkened, which is a normal phenomenon of the heliographic paper.

EUR 3,000.00

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'Insolation est un procédé héliographique de réproduction qui donne son titre à cette série d'ouvrages'. This original production process originates from the revolutionary days of May 1968 when in the Ecole des Beaux-Arts the posters where produced by heliography. - No. 1: 'TOURMENTE'. Onze Poèmes de Michel Butor. Calligraphie, dessins et dactylographie: Pierre Alechinsky, Bernard Dufour, Jacques Herold. - No. 2: 'SORBONNE'. Contribs.: Jean Pierre Faye, Claude Ollier, Maurice Roche. Dessins: Bernard Dufour, Matta. - No. 3: 'LE SEUL MOT DE LIBERTÉ EST TOUT CE QUI M'EXALTE ENCORE' (A. Breton, 1924). Contribs., calligraphie et dessins. Textes de Pierre Guyotat, Denis Roche, Romain Weingarten, Kateb Yacine; Dessins de Bernard Dufour, Ipousteguy, Wilfredo Lam, François Lunven. This volume with the bookplate of the English Surrealist John Lyle.

[#17242]

INTERNATIONAAL INSTITUUT VOOR HERSCHOLING VAN KUNSTENAARS.

Schriftelijke Cursussen I.I.v.H.v.K., Prinsengracht 225, Amsterdam C. "Weet U het ook niet meer? ", "Voor welke cursus hebt u talent ? ". Pamphlet 24,5x32,5, printed in black on beige stock (edges, in particular rirght hand margin ragged, but without loss of text). Together with -Invitation voor X-mas exhibition in Galerie Espace "Gans Zijn aarde is van Zijn heerlijkheid vol".Printed on green stock, 8,2x29,7 cm.

EUR 350.00

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Contributions (with photographs) by the teachers of the institute: Lucassen (Cursus pop-art ,bijcursus 'Het naakt in het landschap'), Dibbets (Cursus "hard-edge" (bijcursus Nieuwe Installaties), Ger van Elk (Cursus plastik en polyester (bijcursus "Doctrine van het nieuwe zien").

[#16765]

INVISIBLE CITY

Nos. 1-28 (all publ.). Fairfax: Red Hill Press, 1971-1981. Tabloïd size, on good paper, in 20 physical issues.

EUR 800.00

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A Collection of Poetry, Translations, Reviews & Statements, edited by Paul Vangelisti and John McBride. Largely devoted to foreign avant-garde poetry in translation (mostly by Vangelisti or Hirschman), also featuring many American poets of the day. Photographs on cover by Tony Spadarella, Robert Gumpert, Lewis W.Hine group, Giuliana della Casa, Contributors include Charles Bukowski, Guillevic, Blazek, Jack Hirschman, Pier-PaoloPasolini, Charles Wright, Paul Malanga, Henri Michaux, Charles Price, Sam Hamill, Gerda Pendolfd, René Daumal, Kenneth Rexroth, Paul Eluard, Tristann Tzara, Huidobro,and many others. Number 6 is an all Artaud issue. Vangelisti , broadside "Air" present in Number 8, Later issues have contributions by many of the concrete & visual poetry people: Spatola, Julien Blaine, etc.

[#16408]

JOURNAL FOR THE PROTECTION OF ALL BEINGS

A Visionary & Revolutionary Review.

Number 1: Love-Shot Issue. San Francisco, City Lights Books, 1961; Number 2: On the barricades. Revolution and Repression (1968); Number 3: Green Flag (1969); Number 4: (1978) A commemorative issue published by The CoEvolution quarterly, issue no 19. (all published). San Francisco, City Lights Books, 1961-1969 (1978). 4 issues, (No. 1 & 2: 30x 16,5cm,No. 3: 25x11,5 cm; No. 4: 27,3x 18,5 cm).; original wrappers (light foxing and staining, but altogether very good).

EUR 1,400.00

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No. 1 Love Shot Issue. Editors: Michael McClure, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, David Meltzer. Other contribs. by Bertrand Russell (Statement of July 23), Gary Snyder, Antonin Artaud, Gregory Corso (Interview with Allen Ginsberg), Albert Camus, Michael McClure, Allen Ginsberg, Norman Mailer, etc.; A Photo Essay ("Death") by James Mitchell. - No. 2 is entirely devoted to the May 1968 uprisings in France, with an excellent photo documentation of Paris May. Photos by Caron, posters by students of the Ex-Beaux Arts, texts by Marcuse, etc. -No. 3 (Green Flag) is edited by Corrie, Sandra and Stine, Laura. People's Park Poetry. No. 4: (1978). Rebirth of City Lights' "A Visionary & Revolutionary Review" disguised as a CoEvolution Quarterly. Included: Artaud, Brecht, Creeley, Ginsberg, Kerouac, Ishmael Reed, Vachel Lindsay, Walt Whitman, Thoreau, Ben Shahn, Herbert Read, many others. Pages uniformly tanned, as expected, a hint of age-toning to the covers, else a fine, unread copy in illustrated cardstock covers.

[#16804]

THE JUDSON REVIEW

Vol. 1 (all published). New York, NY, Judson Review 1963. Orig. pictorial wrappers; 22,5x15 cm., 75pp.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Al Carmines and Don Katzman. Works by Gary Youree, Jackson Mac Low (an excerpt from Stanzas For Iris Lezak), Anselm Hollo, Denise Levertov, Diane Wakoski, Carol Berge, Allen Katzman, Gary Youree, Maurice Abramson, Howard Ant, Susan Sherman, Carl Sesar, John Thomas, Kathleen Fraser, Joel Oppenheimer, John Keys, and Howard Moody.

[#18566]

JUST ANOTHER ASSHOLE

Numbers 3 ,5, 6 and 7 (=last), together: - - Unnumbered issue (No. 3). New York City, n.d. Folio, 48 pp. Original newsprint wraps with small tears at spine. - Just Another Asshole no. 5 - Vinyl LP Record & CD - Z’ev, Arleen Schloss, Gail Vachon, Herr Lugus, Sonic Youth’s Thur / Ess, Barbara; Glenn Branca, eds New York: Just Another Asshole, 1981. First edition. LP Record with CD. New York: Just Another Asshole, 1981. LP, black vinyl in original sleeve. The record is very good with only faint wear. The sleeve is a plain white with a “Just Another Asshole” stamp on the front and a label with the track list on the verso. The sleeve has rubbing, spotting, corner wear, a two-inch split on the bottom egde, and a faint dampstain on the lower left edge. - No. 6. Ess, Barbara and Glenn Branca, eds. Softcover, 186 pages; good condition; front and rear covers have some pin/staple sized holes; spine creased; no internal marks. Includes writings by: Kathy Acker, Eric Bogosian, Jack Goldstein, Dan Graham, Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Richard Prince, Kiki Smith, David Wojnarowicz and many others. - No. 7 (=last published). Thought Objects. Photographs (pages 1-120, Essays pages 121-141 + Index). 21x21 cm.; orig.pictorial covers. Includes photographs by Sarah Charlesworth, Nan Goldin, Jack Goldstein, Dan Graham, Peter Hujar, Barbara Kruger, Richard Prince, David Wojnarowicz and many others. Essays by Gary Indiana, Cookie Mueller, David Rattray, Amy Taubin, Lynne Tillman, et al. Minor rubbing along spine.

EUR 1,600.00

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[#17912]

Billy KLUEVER

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

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

EUR 900.00

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

[#19720]

KNIJP

Maandboek voor iedereen.

Nr. 1-4. (all publ.) Amsterdam, Studio HBM, Triton Pers, 1967. Oblong, spine stapled. In original photographically illustrated wrappers. Complete set in very fine condition.

EUR 400.00

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

[#8724]

KUNST EN MUSEUM JOURNAAL

Vol.1-7 (all and last publ.). Amsterdam, 1989/90-1996. Original wrappers. With precursor: MUSEUMJOURNAAL. (Twee-)Maandelijkse publikatie voor moderne kunst. Vol. 1-34 (all publ.). Amsterdam, 1955/56-1989. Original wrappers. Front wrappers after 1986 frequently with faint traces of removed library stickers. Altogether however a nice set.

EUR 1,000.00

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Complete set in original wrappers of the most important periodical for contemporary art in the Netherlands, created by 3 museums (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Van Abbe Museum, Museum Kröller-Muller) it expanded to the organ of almost all the museums of modern art in The Netherlands. Edited by V.W. van Gogh, A.M. Hammacher, W.J.H.B. Sandberg, E.L.L. de Wilde, a.o.; covers by Karel Appel, Roy Lichtenstein, Yves Klein, E. Joosten, a.o.

[#20253]

KUNST-ZEITUNG

Nos. 1-8 (all published). 1968 - 1990 / Michel-Presse Düsseldorf. Folio, 42 x 31 cm, each issue 8 - 24 pages. Profusely illustrated in color and b+w. Texts in German, English, French. In fine condition. Complte set NOT FOLDED and absolutely clean, close to Mint.

EUR 2,200.00

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An Artist’s Magazine. ("Ïnhalt und GestaLtung bestimmt der Künstler ohne Einflussnahme der Herausgeber"). Produced at the expense of the artists in a large edition as indicated 10 thousand copies) , but nevertheless very rarely found because most were dispersed and no proper distribution was made. Sets are quite scarce. - Nr, 1: Peter Brüning. Brüning's Superland. Kunstzeitung 1968 / Düsseldorf. All in color - Nr. 2: Bernd and Hilla Becher. " Anonyme Skulpturen ". Kunst-Zeitung - 1969. First edition. Folio ( 43 x 31 cm), stapled. 12 pp. Title cover w. a fullpage b+w photoreproduction and the title text in pink printing "Anonyme Skulpturen" 22 b + w Photos, 4 fullpage reproductions, the others in groups of 4 on a page. Text by Pierre Restany + Statement by the artists in German, English and French. This Issue was designed by the Bechers themselves as an Artists' Book in Magazine Form. Enclosed is a red sheet w. texts concerning the previous issue of Kunstzeitung. - Nr. 3: Hanne Darboven. "6 Manuskripte, 1969 ". Kunstzeitung/ 1969. 42 x 31 cm, 8 pp. w. miscellaneous constructions derived from the dates of the year 1969. This publication was her very first not selfpublished Artists Book in Magazine form, published by Michel Press, Dusseldorf. [Reference Cat. R. of Books (Bippus /Westheider) # 5]. Fine. Scarce. - Nr. 4: Max PEINTER . Kunstzeitung / 1970. 12 pages; frontcover with red, otherwise b/w - Nr. 5: The Edinburgh Festival 1970 . Kunstzeitung / 1970. 24 pages; b/w , photographs of work by Alvermann, Beuys, Becher, George Brecht, Brüning, Filliou, Graubner, Iannone, Kagel, Klapheck, Knoebel, Kriwet, Mack, Palermo, Polke, G. Richter, D. Rot, Ruthenbeck, Spoerri, Thomkins, Uecker, FE Walther, Wewerka, Broodthaers - Nr. 6: K.O. Götz.: Kunst-Zeitung / 1989. 10 pages, mostly colour. - Nr. 7:Edgar Hofschen: Kunst-Zeitung / 1989. 10 pages;photographs parly colour. - Nr. 8: Jaschi Klein. Kunstzeitung / 1990. 14 pages; photographs.partly colour.

[#17085]

KUNSTmagazin. (Formerly: Magazin KUNST)

Das deutschsprachige Kunstmagazin.

Years 14- 20. 1974-1981: in a nearly complete set for this period, comprising Nos. 53/54 , 55/56, 57/58, 59/60, 61/62, 65/66, 67/68, 71/72, 73/74, 75/76, 77 thru 91 incl. All quarto’s, with in between 78 and 146 pages. All issues illustrated throughout, in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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- Vol. 14. Nr 1. (53/54) 142 pages. Includes: Georg F. Schwarzbauer. Der Mensch als Demonstrationsobject. Körperanalyse. Selbstdarstellung; -Nr. 2. (55/56). 160 pages. Includes: Margarethe Jochimsen: Story-Art. Text-Foto-Synthesen. - Nr. 3. (57/58). 148 pages. Includes: Georg F. Schwarzbauer. Kunstlerstempel. Mitteilung als Formel. : - Nr. 4. (59/60) 128 pages. Video. Ein neues medium in der bildenden Kunst. -Vol. 15. (61/62). Nr 1. 146 pages. Timm Ulrichs: Stempel, zur Kunst gestempelt. + “Graphikbeilage’ with 9 original offset lithographs by Fritz Schwegler.; - Nr. 3. (65/66) Die Graphik-Biennalen 1971-1974. + “Graphikbeilage” with 17 original offset lithographs by Walter Stöhrer. - Nr. 4. (67/68). 128 pages. Frauenkunst. Frauenspezifisches in der Kunst am beispiel von sechs Künstlerinnen. (Dorothea Tanning, Louise Bourgeois, Magdalena Abramowicz, Käthe Kolwitz and Dorothea Lange. -Vol. 16 Nr. 2. (71/72). 115 pages. “Graphikbeilage” with 18 page off set lithographs ‘Jungwirth und Frankfurt und alles’.] - Nr. 3. (73/74). 146 pages. Kunst in Berlin. “Graphikbeilage” with offset lithographs by Jörg Remé. - Nr. 4. (75/76). 150 pages. Georg F. Schwarzbauer. Kunst – Fotographie. Fotografie – Kunst. Wechselbeziehungen zwischen Kunst und Fotografie. - Vol. 17. Nr. 1. (77) “Ein Neues Museum gefühl – Das Centre National d’art et de Culture Georges Pompidou”. - Nr. 2. (78). 148 pages. Feministische Kunst / Tendenzen der Zwanziger Jahren. -Nr. 3. (79) 106 pages. Documenta 6.; - Nr. 3. (80). 120 pages. Politikum der Sammler Ludwig. Birgit Hein. Expanded Cinema. - Vol. 18. Nr. 1. (81). 104 pages. Paolozzi/de Chirico/ CAYC. - Nr. 2. (82). 86 pages. Das fotografische Bild./ Hajek/ Charles Simonds. -Nr. 3. (83). Bilder und Worte. Anne und Patirck Poirier. Nr. 4. (84) 78 pages. Beuys.” Kunst und Staat”/ Pistoletto/ Ruhrberg. -Vol. 19. Nr.1. (85). 106 pages. Zwischen Anpassung und Widerstand. Monograph James Lee Byars. -Nr. 2. (86). 88 pages. Kunst und macht. Monographie Dennis Oppenheim. Article on Endré Tot. -Nr. 3. (87). 86 pages. Dieter Sauberzeig. Die Stellung des Künstlers in der Gesellschaft. -Nr. 4. (88). 104 pages. Dieter Honisch. Die soziale Dimension der Form. Kunst verändert eine Stadt (Stuttgart). - Vol. 20. Nr. 1. (89). 96 pages. Monographie Dorothea Tanning. - Nr. 2. (90). 100 pages. Hans albert Peters. Fluxus und der ‘Erweiterte Kunstbegriff’. - Nr. 3. ( 91). 110 pages. Monographie Bernard Schulze. - -Nr. 4. (92). 92 pages. Manifest Michael Ligner. [ Nr. 2. (63/64). 166 pages. Mailand. eine europäische Kunstmetropole. + monographies on Marcel Broodthaers + Jorge Castillo.;] [Vol. 16. Nr 1. (69/70). 148 pages. Harald Szeemann: Die Jungesellenmaschinen. “Graphikbeilage” with 18 page original offset lithographs by Christian Ludwig Attersee. Nr. 2. (71/72). 115 pages. “Graphikbeilage” with 18 page off set lithographs ‘Jungwirth und Frankfurt und alles’.]

[#18630]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 6. revista de artes plastics. Paris: Junho de 1960. Small quarto, 32 pages. Wrappers after work by Gonçalo Duarte.. One of 500 copies. With original silk screens by Gonçalo Duarte (2), José Escada (3) and Antonio Saura (1, folded in 3). Contributions by Manuel de Castro, Sebastião Fonseca, Alfredo Margarido and Michel Tapié.

EUR 1,600.00

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[#18632]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 8. "No. Vostok," Automne 1961. Quarto, 48 pages. Front wrapper imitated with aluminum paper over boards (without the blind stamps by Lourde Castro which shows on the original) + printed on rear board. With silk screen prints by Lourdes Castro (+ collage element, placed after the print by Escada toward the end), Joăo Lopes Vidal, Gianni Bertini, João Vieira, Arpad Szenes, J.J. Levêque (with a pasted in piece of magnetic tape – cette bande a ete enregistree lors du voyage intersideral du pilote sovietique Titiov le 6 aout 1961 - ), Gail Singer, António Costa Pinheiro, Vieira da Silva, Conçalo Duarte, Guido Biasi, Jorge Martins, Christo (+ wrapped silver colored cone attached to the inside of the rear board), René Bertholo, Manolo Millares, Guy Weelen, Peter Klasen, Jan Voss, Pfahler, Gerresheim, and Jose Escada, Texts by José-Augusto Franca, Jean Jaques Levêque, Andre Peyre de Mandiargues, Claus-Peter Jllinger, Antonio Arcal, Jaques Spacagna, Manuel de Castro, Carl Laszlo and Bazon Brock. This copy without the embossed silver foil (by Lourdes Castro), but with an – imitating plain aluminum paper cover front board with the letters KWY (done later with some letra set letters). --------------

EUR 1,500.00

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[#18633]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 9. Primavera de 1962. Quarto, 36 pages. Wrappers with original silkscreen by Jan Voss in collaboration with Guido Biasi. One of 300 copies. Original silkscreen prints by Jan Voss, Guido Biasi, George Noël, Lourdes Castro, Paul Wunderlich (a double silkscreen with some damage in the spine and top of the left page), and Rene Bertholo. With reproduced art works by Cy Twombly and Christo. Texts by Guido Biasi, Benjamin Patterson, Carl Laszlo, François Dufrêne, and Jean Jaques Levêque.

EUR 1,700.00

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[#18634]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 10 .Automne 1962. Quarto, 44 pages. Wrappers with original silkscreen by Rene Bertholo. One of 300 copies. Original silkscreen prints by René Bertholo, Peter Saul (2), Corneille, Lourdes Castro and António Costa Pinheiro. Collages by Robert Filliou and Jesus-Rafael Soto, (the needle-object no longer present). Texts by Mimmo Rotella, Jose Augusto França, Jean-Clarence Lambert, Nuno de Bragança, Pol Bury, Imre Pan and Robert Filliou.

EUR 3,000.00

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Complete except for the needle-object at the end.

[#18635]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 11. Primavera de 1963. Quarto, 60 pages. Wrappers with original silk screen print by Christo after photograph by ‘Harry Shunk and Janos Kender’ . One of 300 copies. Original silkscreen prints by Yves Klein, Niki de St. Phalle, Jean Tinguely, Francois Dufrêne, Martial Raysse, Lourdes Castro. Reproduced works by Christo, Tinguely, Jacques de Villeglé, Gerard Descamps, Mimmo Rotella, Arman , Ben Vautier and Martial Raysse. Texts by Yves Klein, Pierre Restany, Pol Bury, Andre Balthazar, Robert Filliou, Francois Dufrêne, Alain Jouffroy, Mimmo Rotella, Emmet Williams, Daniel Spoerri and Ben Vautier. Includes a 45 rpm flexidisc by Bernard Heidsieck (poem " Exorcisme")

EUR 2,200.00

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[#18636]

KWY

Revue trimestrielle d'art actuel.

KWY No. 12. Album.Hiver 1963. (february 1964). Quarto, 42 pages. Stiff wrappers with original silk creen by Lourdes Castro. One of 300 copies. Special issue with 54 silk screened, collaged and reproduced postcards on 18 perforated card sheets. Images by Lourdes Castro, Karl Brust, Colinet, Sergio Fergola, Samuel Buri, René Bertholo, Spribille, Hervé Télémaque, Guido Biasi Mercedes Prado, Conçalo Duarte, Camille Bryen, Iria Bernardini, Erro, Dick Casse, Corneille, Julio LeParc, Pol Bury, Jan Voss, Alejandro, Otero, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Alberto Greco, Pierre Alechinsky, Marta Minujín, Christo, Jan van der Heyden. Includes poetry by Blaise Cendrars and Andre Balthazar.

EUR 2,000.00

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[#10791]

L'VII

Revue trimestrielle des poésies et de proses originales.

Nos. 1-34/35 (all publ.). Bruxelles, 1959-1970. Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 700.00

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Complete set of this literary review of the sixties, directed by Roland Busselen and Alain Bosquet. Covers designed by Max Ernst. Contribs. by S. Beckett, Krolow, B. Pasternak, Ionesco, Michaux, Norge, Borgès, Butor, Tzara, etc.

[#19743]

DE LAATSTE SCHREEUW

[Jong, F. de]. De Laatste Schreeuw. No. 2-10(= last) Amst., F. de Jong, 1991-1998, 9 vols., plates by i.a. A. BARBAIX, F. DE JONG, W. MOLIN, M. VELTMAN, D. DE VRIES, contents loose as issued, orig. wr., sq. 4to. Most in orig. envelopes, occas. signed by F. de Jong. Printed in an unspecified limited edition.

EUR 600.00

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Produced by the Master Printer Frans de Jong. (Frans de Jong is one of the last master-printers, unique in his experimental combinations of printer's materials). , plates by i.a. A. BARBAIX, F. DE JONG, W. MOLIN, M. VELTMAN, D. DE VRIES, a.o.. The setof the periodical publication thus complete; Number 1 (not present here) was a small book.

[#20088]

LEPEL (Adriaan Peel)

(helemaal geen echt tijdschrift)

Nos. 1-9 (all publ., in 7 issues, 4/5 and 8/9 were double). Antwerp, 1963-1966, mimoegraphed, oblong, handwritten covers stapled in tghe spine, oblong. Edited of 50 copies, with collages,tipped-to page orig photoghraphs, various collaged materiakls.The platic spoon (lepeltje) that was affixed to the cover of the last number ihas not been preserved.

EUR 1,000.00

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Complete set of this Antwerp one-man literary and artist periodical written and self-published by ADRIAAN PEEL. A playful and critically observing chronicle of the Antwerp Avant-Garde in the early sixties: attention for the literary world in Belgium and Antwerp (e.g. Labris, P.de Vree, . the local happening scene, but also developments in The Netherlands (Provo) and dutch authors (Jan Cremer whose book cover is mocked by a photograph of Peel on a motorcycle). Visually attractive because of the illustrations, tipped-to page original photographs (fullpage by Eddy Ausloos orig. b/w photocomposition and textcollages. The last double-issue dedicated to the Antwerp police (Politie Festival) and Happenings, contains a plastic pouch with washing powder, visuaslly attractived full-page text-collages and a small unidentified round photograph (E.Ausloos?).

[#13258]

LONDON GALLERY BULLETIN

Editor: E.L.T. Mesens.

Nos. 1-20 (all publ.). London, April 1938 - June 1940; Original wrappers preserved, 4to., illustrated. Light dustsoilage to most numbers on the outside, but internally fine; light sunning to edges of cover of no 7; cover of no 12 is very lightly stained; light sunning to spine of no 15/16; cover of no. 17 with small stains of red ink; no 18/20 with very light staining on the leftside of the frontcover. The set as a whole in good to very good condition.

EUR 3,000.00

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The London Gallery, directed by Mesens since 1938, was the publisher of the only avant garde publication in England at that time, and brought Surrealism to England. Nos. 4/5 (The Impact of Machines Yves Tanguy), No. 6 (De Chirico and Diego Rivera with Breton, Manifest), Nos. 8/9 (Living art in England), and Nos. 15/16 (Picasso in English collections) are double issues, Nos. 18/20 is a triple-issue (the last published, done by the Surrealist Group in England). This number has "La Guerre" by De Chirico on the cover and 2 woodengravings in two colours by S.W.Hayter (engr. Buckland-Wright) and John Banting, plus 5 wood/lino-engravings (Len Lye, in the text; John Buckland-Wright, full page). The journal contained the exhibition-catalogues of the Gallery, and all important names of the international contemporary surrealist literary and art movement are represented. (Magritte, Breton, Miró, Marcel Marien, Max Ernst, Van Velde, Picasso, Read, Melville, Penrose, Scutenaire, Agar, Gabo, John Heartfield, Jennings, Maddox, Piet Mondrian, Ben Nicholson, Tanguy, De Chirico, etc. )

[#19992]

LONG NEWS IN THE SHORT CENTURY.

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.).. New York, NY, Long News 1991/94. Orig.pictorial b/w covers, Illustrated b/w throughout. Complete set.

EUR 800.00

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An urban journal of art poetry and prose, published bi-annually. Edited by Barbara Henning. Contributions by Diane DiPrima, David Rattray, Lewis Warsh, Ron Padgett, Ann Waldmann, Paul Buck, Tom Clark, Clark Coolidge, Joyce Mansour, Aram Saroyan, Richard Kostalanetz, Carolee Schneemann, Elaine Equi, Lewis Warsh, Leslie Scalapino, Laynie Browne, Lorenzo Thomas, Bernadette Mayer, Maureen Owen, a.o.

[#13684]

LUI

Le Magazine de l'Homme Moderne.

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

EUR 3,000.00

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

[#12942]

LUIZENCAHIER

No. 1 (all publ.). Utrecht, Grafisch Gezelschap De Luis, 1962. 4to; original wrappers stitched in the spine, with mounted linocut title-piece. Limited edition of 100 copies.

EUR 300.00

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Dutch surrealist periodical, edited by J.H.Moesman (the only 'officially recognised' Dutch Surrealist), H. van Maarseveen and W.D .Kuik. Contains i.a.: 2 signed lithographs by W.D. Kuik. 2 lithographs by J.H. Moesman, a signed aquatint etching by K. van der Sluis, a signed lithograph by Peter Vos and contribs. by T. Sontrop, A. Teister, a.o.; also an advertisement for 'La Brêche' designed by Moesman.

[#16398]

LES LÈVRES NUES

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Bruxelles, 1954-1958. 8vo. Original wrappers; together with: Nouvelle série. Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Bruxelles, janvier 1969-avril 1974. Unbound, original wrappers, light dust soilage. Numerous illustrations.

EUR 500.00

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Belgian Surrealist and pre-Situationist publication, edited by Marcel Mariën, with contributions by Bourhoigne, Brecht, Debord, De Rache, Nougé, Scutenaire, Van Bruaene, Wolman, Magritte, etc.; the new series formed also part of 'Le Fait Accompli'.

[#16615]

M.O.M. A. - MAGAZINE OF MODERN ARTS.

No. 1 (all publ.?) Leeds, ( Leeds University Union). Waverley Press. February 1969. 28 pages stapled in pictorial wrappers, spine faded, otherwise good.

EUR 200.00

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Editorial board: Bill O'Brien, Liam & Sandra Cox, Lou Lavender, Andrew Lloyd, Cavan Maccarthy, Dave Shutt, Terry Wordingham. "…to fill the gap left when Ikon, a general arts magazin, folded up" . First issue timed to coincide with the 5th Leeds Students Arts Festival. Drawings: Mike Peters.

[#20060]

THE M: F: CHRONICLE //

“L’Ecole De L’Art Infantile” (Genesis P-Orridge) COUM Transmissions. AVANT-GARDE / SIDEWAYS-GARDE / DADA ART /MAMA ART /ANTI ART / UNCLE ART edited by (Genesis P-Orridge) 8 Price St. Off Dagger Lane, Hull, England. (1972-73)

EUR 5,000.00

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Assembling Magazine. 26 x 21 cm. Covers from pink cardstock. Staplebound and spine reinforced w. yellow/green tape. Cover titles and cover art entirely made by hand (collages, rubberstamping, holograhic text). Added to frontcover by hand: “Being the first ©COUM Transmissions. 27-2-73” Contributions are mimeographs, collage, rubberstampings, found and ready-made papers (e.g. an original bankstatement of Genesis P-Orridge’s account), one original b+w photograph etc. (some dated 1972) by Genesis P-Orridge (incl. several lyrics of his music), Opal Nations, Hans Clavin, cosey Fanni Tutti, Robin Klassnik, Pauline Smith (later to become Adolf-Hitler-Fanclub), JC Moineau, F. Tiziano, Giulia Niccolai, Lloyds Bank Statement, S. Gasmantell, Anna Banana ... Losely enclosed is photocopy of a letter by Opal Nations: “... Genesis P-Orridge and I have just founded a new art movement L’Ecole De L’Art Infantile, and we are looking for artists the world over, to participate – as a sort of mail art exchange and documentation...” Approx. 40 “pages” of different kinds of papers and formats as well colors. Most likely this is an UNIQUE item since everything is made manually. Fine conditon

[#9026]

MAGAZINE 5

New York, Interim Books, 1972. Consists of 10 pamphlets, each in a handsewn edition of 500 copies, kept in original cardboard box.

EUR 250.00

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Edited and published by Kirby Congdon; book design by Ralph Simmons. Contents: No. 1: 'A conversation by mail' among the poets Margaret Randell, Reginald Gay, Robert Bly, Harry Smith and Kirby Congdon; No. 2: 'Dear Fathers', a tract on religion by Gregory Corso; No. 3: 'The Frightened Enemy' the symposium on poetry at the Library of Congress; No. 4: 'Counting out' rhyme by Helen Adam; No. 5: 'XI Poems' by Joan Colby; No. 6:'What is Poetry for?' an essay by Kirby Congdon; No. 7: 'Young America' poetry by Carl A. Robins; No. 8: 'Poems 1972', by Charles Bukowski, Walter Griffin, Esther M. Leiper, David Gerry, a.o.; No. 9: 'Poems 1972' by Norm Moser, Bruce Rettman, Jay Socin, a.o.; No. 10: 'A Gallery 1972' portraits of people behind the scene.

[#13142]

MALOS AIRES

No. 1/2 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, December 1969. Large sheet (71 x 102 cm.) folded to 8 pages size 35,5 x 25,5 cm (loosening over the folds, but intact)..

EUR 250.00

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Editors: Juan Carlos De Brasi, Carlos Espartaco, Martin Micharvegas. Contributions by Felipe Noé, Enrique Barilari, Marta Peluffo, Norberto Cúppola, Susana Lago, Roberto Carri, Mario Trejo a.o.; illutrations by Chumy Chumez.

[#20159]

MANDRIL

Maandblad voor mensen.

Years 1-4 (5) (all publ.). Amsterdam, Jules Perel, oct. 1948 - jan. 1953. Tog. 43 issues, in the coloured illustrated wrappers, 4to. Profusely illustrated. Scarce!

EUR 2,500.00

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The complete set of one of the most significant periodicals of the post-war period in the Netherlands (the so-called 'Vijftigers'). It was designed as a Dutch version of "The New Yorker". Editors were C. Boost, E. Elias, Henri Knap, F.v.d. Molen, H. Jans, E. Messer, A. Duif, B.J.F. Steinmetz, C.B. Zijlstra; covers designed by Wim Bijmoer, Doeve, Hugh Jans, Wim Heesen, Ducro (=J.B. Kuijper), a.o.; The very important list of contributors includes : Remco Campert, H. Andreus, H.v.d. Bergh, G. den Brabander, H. Brugsma, , S. Carmiggelt, L.P.J. Braat, Anna Blaman, M. Dendermonde, Alex Cohen, J. Gans, E. Hoornik, M. van Loggem, Marga Minco, H. Mulisch, Ad. Morriën, H. van Norden, M. v.d. Plas, G.K. van het Reve, Annie M.G. Schmidt, B. Voeten, E. Warmond, etc. etc.; Important illustrators: Lucebert, P. Citroen, J. Bieruma-Oosting, W. Bijmoer, , Melle, Opland, Ted Schaap, Fiep Westendorp, J.P. Vroom, etc.

[#15594]

MANIFESTAZIONI ARTISTICHE FIORENTINE. MAF

4to., die-cut wraps. I Tigli.,1971. Edited by Antonio Armidelli, Eugenio Miccini, Alfredo Picchi,.. Unpaginated catalogue of approx. 150pp., fully illustrated in b&w.

EUR 300.00

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Comprehensive catalogue of pop art manifestations in Florence in the 60's.

[#16348]

MESSAGE FROM NOWHERE

Message de nulle part. November 1944 (all publ.). London, London Gallery Editions, 1944. Selfwrappers, 24 pp.; 8vo.

EUR 300.00

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London Gallery. Collection of poetry, drawings & criticism, ed. by E.L.T. Mesens. Contents: Hommage to Jarry, poems, surrealist texts, critical notes, drawings (F.A. Cazals, Picasso (Portrait of Ubu), Edith Rimmington, John Banting, Robert Baxter).

[#16474]

META

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

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

EUR 600.00

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[#16517]

META

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

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

EUR 600.00

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[#16518]

META

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

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

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#16519]

META

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

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

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#16520]

META

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

No. 8: Kunst und Poesie aus Österreich und Dänemark. - Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, april 1952, sm.4to, stapled, 10pp. ills.b/w. Added: original lithograph by K.O.Götz, 1953

EUR 900.00

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

[#20278]

MOKSHA

Psychedelisch bulletin (en tijdschrift voor bewustzijnsverandering en drugs. Cosmic Circuit).

Nos. 1-11 (all publ.). Amsterdam, 1968-1969. 4to; mimeographed; (Nos. 3 and following have illustrated front covers; , nos. 4 and 9 handcoloured; Number 11 is Speciaal Surrealistisch Nummer. Set in good condition except for some toning and light staining, but all in original first printing.

EUR 1,000.00

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The first Dutch publication to deal with psychedelics and drugs in an informative way, which laid without doubt the basis for this countries' later liberal and tolerant attitudes in this respect. Editor was Hans Geluk, with contribs. by Hans Plomp, Alexander Koppenol, Richard Huebner, Herman Cohen, Rik Lina, etc. articles about effects provoked by drugs, history of drugs, translations of articles from the foreign specialised, medical and psychiatric press, etc.with psychedelics and drugs in an informative way, which laid without doubt the basis for this countries' later liberal and tolerant attitudes in this respect. Close to the Provo movement. Editor was Hans Geluk, with contribs. by Hans Plomp, Alexander Koppenol, Richard Huebner, Herman Cohen, Rik Lina, etc. articles about effects provoked by drugs, history of drugs, translations of articles from the foreign specialised, medical and psychiatric press, etc . Number 11 is Cosmic Circuit: Zwart zon/Bloem in opstand. Surrealistische manifestatie in Scheveningen,oktober 1969.

[#15075]

LE MOT

Ed. Jean Cocteau ("pseudonym Jim").

Nos. 1-20 (all publ.). Paris, Nov.1914 - July 1915. Bound, private binding. Folio, untrimmed. Includes various invitation-leaflets for a subscription.

EUR 2,000.00

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Complete set of the famous satirical bi-monthly by Jean Cocteau, strongly anti-German. All issues illustrated by Paul Iribe (covers), and other illustrators were Léon Bakst, Raoul Dufy, Alb. Gleizes, Andre Lhote, Cocteau.

[#16726]

THE MYSTERIOUS BARRICADES

Numbers 1-4 (all publ.). NY: The Mysterious Barricades (1972-1976). Four issues, the first three 28x21 cm, side-stapled wrappers, the fourth octavo illustrated wrappers. (Small library stamp to cover of the first and third issues, else all good condition). Number 4 signed by Paul Auster at his contribution five poems).

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Henry Weinfield with Toby Olson, Charles Kutcher, David Levine, William Bronk, Gilbert Sorrentino, Barbara Holland,, Edward Sarmiento, Donald Phelps, a.o.

[#12264]

DE NIEUWE STIJL

Werk van de internationale avant-garde.

Vol. 1-2 (all publ.). Amsterdam, Bezige Bij, 1965-1966. Paperback, mint condition. Illustrated.

EUR 500.00

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Continuation of the review Nul = 0 of the Dutch Nul-group, and close to Zero and the nouveau réalistes. Editors: Armando, Henk Peeters, Hans Sleutelaar, Cornelis Bastiaan Vaandrager, Hans Verhagen with Zero-artists: Schoonhoven, Manzoni, Uecker, Mack, Fontana, Kusama, Klein. Photographs by Philip Mechanicus, Egbert Munks, Wim van der Linden a.o. Complete in 2 vols. of 180 pp. & 206 pp. each.

[#19547]

OMIBUS PRESS.

Omnibus Press, Thomas Niggl - Zum Wohnsystem, Omnibus Press Architecture 1, 1971. ( Bijlmer project)

EUR 200.00

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[#16648]

OPEN SKULL

Number 1 (all publ.). San Francisco: Open Skull, 1967. 34 pp. Fine in stapled wrappers. Together with: A catalog from Open Skull Press, with three folding inserts with information on Douglas Blazek and publications of this small Press; in orig.cover/rare.

EUR 100.00

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Edited by Douglas Blazek. The only magazine dedicated exclusively to correspondence between writers. Letters from Plymell, Wantling, Norse, Purdy, Kryss, Cauble and others with 4 "ink pressings" by Blazek in the center sections. Conceived as a continuing dialogue, but no more published after this.

[#19446]

OZ

Ed. by Richard Neville, later by Felix Dennis and Jim Anderson.

Nos. 1 - 48 (= last issue). Complete collection. London, February 1967-1973. - All first editions, various formats and sizes in the original stapled wrappers. Condition is very good to near fine, making a clean and near fine set, excellent for exhibition purposes, in particular with the inserts and the scarce additions. Complete with the following: - An Oz subscription slip in #2 and folding small poster from the back cover; - A folding poster from the back-cover (81x29,5 cm)in black and gold; (#4) - The Che Geuvara (sic) folded poster insert (#8); - The rare 'Yoko Ono at the Saville' flyer (#8) - Oz goes big, poster in centerspread#12; - Small folding poster from the cover #13 (small price in pencil on front-cover); - The Outcry! People's Park poster and Running Man Book News booklet (#21); - The Honeybunch Kaminski poster (#24) - ThePrint Mint posters leaflet (#26) - The Jimi Hendrix/Oz News poster (#30); - The Janis Joplin/Oz Old Bailey Trial poster (#36); - Poster for the Sex-issue (girl held by Gorilla with hasj-plants around. ca. 50-75 cm., two colours.,light wear. - Subscription form, advert for Wembley Rock'nRoll show (#43); - Subscription form/advert for Cozmic Comics (#44): TOGETHER WITH THE FOLLOWING RARE OZ- Ephemera: - AN ORIGINAL T-SHIRT for the OZ Obscenity Trial Old Bailey London 1971, designed by Richard Adams. Size Small, titles in blue around an oval portrait in blue and red, on orange cotton. N.p. (London, Oz Publications, n.d.,1971). A very rare example of this famous T-shirt. Hole in front part of collar and a bit faded. The imprint depicts Scotland Yard's Detective Inspector Luff, described by Oz-defender Geoffrey Robertson as "a policeman not motivated by money. He was religiously committed to the closure of Oz" (Robertson 'The Justice Game', 2011). - PAMPHLET, PROGRAM: SOUNDS FOR OZ. Presented by the Norh American Student's Association. A festival of Pop, Poetry, Films, Songs, Mime and Dance, at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Nash House, The Mall, Wednesday August 25 and Thursday August 26. (1970). All proceeds to Oz. Two folded handouts of 4 pages each (8vo bifolium), with identical front page, but different contants, one the Announcements of the program and the participating performers, the other the Programme itself. ParticipantsAnthony Howell,John Welsh,Marianne Faithful, Spike Milligan,Frank McConnell, Eggs Over Easy (American Rock Group). - POSTER: announcing Oz magazine's FIFTH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE, February 1972 (Oz #40) - "On sale now 25p". Printed in red and purple on white stock. 54.9x37cm. Designed by John Fawcett, and illustrated with a full-length photograph of Sarah Bernhardt alongside a large image of Mickey Mouse in his Wizard's hat from the 1940 Disney movie, 'Fantasia'. The fifth anniversary of Oz was celebrated as a defiant landmark following the obscenity trial and the myriad attempts to close down the underground press. Fine. Provenance: The Felix Dennis Estate. -PROMOTIONAL POSTER: THE LAST ISSUE OF OZ. announcing the last issue of Oz magazine (November 1973), designed by Ed Barker, promising "Sex, Drugs, Violence and Bolshevism (ho, ho) from - Richard Neville, Timothy Leary, Adolph Hitler [sic], Martin Sharp, Heathcote Williams and other OZ favourites." Offset litho, printed in red and black on thin buff-coloured paper. 73.5x48.1cm. (tiny nicks to top edge, OTHERWISE FINE) Illustrated with a cartoon by Rand H. Holmes (reproduced from The Georgia Straight) and a version of the magazine's front cover featuring contact sheet images of Richard Nixon and a group photograph of naked Oz staff by Phil Franks. The photograph, a different shot from the one chosen for the magazine's cover, features, on the back row from left: Don Atyeo (assistant editor); Marva Rees; Felix Dennis (editor); bottom row from left: Pat Woolley (of Wild & Woolley, the Australian alternative magazine and book distributor); Jim Maguire (advertising manager); and Maria Lexton (ex-Time Out poetry editor). --OZ LETTER. A Typed Letter Signed by Oz Secretary, Bridget Murphy, dated February 10th, 1970. The brief letter, typed on b/w Oz letterhead paper featuring the pregnant elephant logo, answers a reader's query about the availability of back issues and lists the unavailable numbers. A few months later Murphy was photographed by David Nutter for the School kids issue as a bare breasted St. Trinian's schoolgirl brandishing a fake AK47, but the image was not used (Jim Anderson had recently met David Nutter, brother of Savile Row tailor Tommy Nutter, through Gay Liberation Front). Three faint horizontal mailing folds, o/w Near Fine. - FRIENDS OF OZ PRESS KIT. An original 'Friends of Oz' Press Kit (June 1971), designed and compiled by Richard Adams, and reputed to have been distributed to The New York Times, The Herald Tribune, Le Monde, and Der Spiegel. Large quarto glossy yellow card folder, with Oz pregnant elephant and two Honeybunch Kaminski stickers to front cover. -OZ. A printed sheet announcing Oz magazine's change of address to 19 Great Newport Street in early 1972. Printed in dark blue on pale blue stock. 14.9x21cm. Illustration by Rod Beddall. Fine. e. - OZ. A single sheet (small size) of unused Oz Publications letterhead stationery featuring Robert Crumb's 'Three Graces', c. 1972. Printed in red, blue and black on grey stock. 20.8x14.7cm. Designed by Richard Adams. Fine. AN EXCEPTIONAL SET with the additions and in this condition.

EUR 15,000.00

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Landmark underground paper (at the same time one of the most important subversive and revolutionary papers of the world), pioneering in modern avant garde art and counterculture of the sixties, lavishly illustrated with much colour and spectacular designs on the wrappers. Edited by Richard Neville and others. Artwork and contributions by: Martin Sharp, Rick Cuff, R. Crumb, Michael English, Larry Smart, Vytas Serelis, John Hurford, Willem (= Bernard Holtrop). Other contributors include: Andy Warhol, Germaine Greer, Edward de Bono, Colin MacInnes, Peter Porter, Alan Watts, Dave Dellinger, Auberon Waugh, Raymond Durgnat, Pete Townsend, a.o. - Number 5 "Special Surprise Issue" was issued as a yellow poster "Plant a Flower Child" (114 x 76 cm) folded to 28,7 x 19 cm). Oz Magazine, along with International Times was the underground magazine of the late Sixties in England. The magazine originated in Australia where it was founded by Richard Neville and Martin Sharp, who had moved to the UK in early 1967. The lavish and admirable illustrations are by Martin Sharp (the Bob Dylan cover of no. 7 is widely known), Rick Cuff, R. Crumb, Michael English, Larry Smart, Vytas Serelis, John Hurford, Willem (= Bernard Holtrop). Contributors included Germaine Greer, artist and filmmaker Philippe Mora, photographer Robert Whitaker, journalist Lillian Roxon, cartoonist Michael Leunig, Angelo Quattrocchi and David Widgery. We also find Andy Warhol, Edward de Bono, Colin MacInnes, Peter Porter, Alan Watts, Dave Dellinger, Auberon Waugh, Raymond Durgnat, Pete Townsend, a.o. With the emergence of new printing techniques and fluorescent inks and the use of new stock (also metallic foils). Oz quickly won renown as one of the most visually exciting publications of its time. Several issues of Oz include psychedelic wrap-around or pull-out posters by Sharp, London design duo Hapshash and the Coloured Coat and others. The all-graphic "Magic Theatre" edition (Oz no. 16), overseen by Sharp and Mora, has been described by British author Jonathon Green as "arguably the greatest achievement of the entire British underground press." The magazine regularly enraged the British Establishment with a range of left-field stories including heavy critical coverage of the Vietnam War (cover of no. 10) and the anti-war movement, discussions of drugs, sex and alternative lifestyles, and contentious political stories, such as the magazine's revelations about the torture of citizens under the rule of the military junta in Greece. In 1970, the editors put a notice in the magazine inviting "school kids" to edit an issue. The opportunity was taken up by around 20 secondary school students who produced "SCHOOLKIDS OZ". This term was widely misunderstood to mean that it was intended for school children, whereas it was a statement that it had been created by them. Oz was one of several 'underground' publications targeted by the Obscene Publications Squad, and their offices had already been raided on several occasions, but the conjunction of schoolchildren and arguably obscene material set the scene for the infamous Oz obscenity trial of 1971.This brought the magazine to the attention of the wider public. John Lennon and Yoko Ono joined the protest march against the prosecution and organised the recording of "God Save Oz" by the Elastic Oz Band to raise funds and gain publicity. The T-Shirt included with the set was meant to raise funds for the defense.

[#20169]

PARKETT

Schweizer Kunstzeitschrift/Swiss Art Magazine.

Ns. 1-100/101 (all publ.). Zurich/ New York, Parkett-Verlag, 1984-2017. richly illustrated, orig. unif. wr., 4to. Added: a group of catalogues, surveys and retrospectives.

EUR 3,000.00

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Complete set of this essential art periodical, with text in German and English, ed. by Peter Blum, Jacqueline Burckhardt, Bice Curiger, Walter Keller; thick issues, richly illustrated, dealing with contemporary avant-garde art. Collabs.: Martin Disler, Eric Fischl, Markus Raetz, Francesco Clemente, Bruce Naumann, George Baselitz, Andy Warhol, Kippenberger, Rebecca Horn, Meret Oppenheim, Brice Marden, John Baldessari, Ed Ruscha etc.; includes several special issues, all in first edition and perfect copies (e.g. No. 2 with the spiderweb photography paper pullout multiple of printed filmstrips made by Polke, No. 4 with pages die-cut in the shape of a glove by Meret Oppenheim, No. 7 has folding by Brice Marden and a 32-page insert by John Baldessari, No. 9 contains a color poster by Ed Ruscha) etc. Many of the Parkett-issues are now our of print.= All vols. are compiled in collaboration with an artist, and all (except for the first 2) contain an "insert" by artists like E. Ruscha, R. Mapplethorpe, A. Penck, B. Kruger, G. Förg, S. Polke, W. Wegman, D. Byrne, R. Crumb, K. Holmqvist, T. Madani and N. Relph.

[#15452]

LA PART DU SABLE

(Cahier de littérature appliquée, Art et Liberté))

(No. 1). Le Caire, n.d. (15 février 1947). 4to; original pictorial wrappers; illustrated. (No. 2). Le Caire, avril 1950, Original wrappers (17 x 24,5 cm); (Cahier de Littérature appliquée, 68 pp). [Destribats, 502] Together with: - Encore l'inconnu. Avril 1959. Le Caire (Imprimerie Alaa Eddine el Chiaty). 20 pages + illustrated wrappers (16,5 x 23,5 cm) with hors-texte (folding out) lithograph by Samy Ali. Numerous illustrations and photographs. Texts in French and in Arabic. - Hommage à Georges Henein. Dernier Cahier de littérature appliquée. La Part du Sabe, Le Caire, Juillet 1974. 130 pp and photograph; original wrappers.

EUR 2,500.00

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"Textes poétiques et critiques, achévé d'imprimer au Caire le 15 février 1947", edited by the movement 'Art et Liberté', directed by Georges Henein and Ramses Younane: periodical of the Surrealist Group in Egypt, with illustrations by Fouad Kamel, Samir Rafi, Hassan el Telmisani, Ramsès Younane; literary contribs. by Henein, Jabès, Luca, Lundkvist, Henri Michaux, Henri Pastoureau, etc. No. 2 Rédaction: Charles Lucet, Edmond Jabès, Yves Regnbier, Georges Henein, Jean Grenier, with texts by Ikbal e, Alaily, Roger Arnaldez, Yves Bonnefoy, René Char, Henri Michaux, etc. -Encore línconnu witrh frontipiece hgoto by Chafik Chammas. Texts (in French and Arabic) and illustrations ( many photographs) Sonia Younane, Khadiga Riaz, Ramses Younane, Georges Henein, Roland Vogel, Hamdi Khamis, Alexandre Hornstein,Kouad Kamel, Mounir Hafez, George Andrews (in English), Esther Ménaché, Hassan Hassan, Philippe dÁrschot, Serge Vandercam.

[#20160]

PARTNER

Maandblad voor mannen.

Nos. 1-15 (all publ.). Antwerpen, 1968-1969. 4to; unbound, original pictorial wrappers; illustrations & photographs. Rare complete.

EUR 500.00

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A Belgian version of 'Playboy magazine', with very good contributors, i.a. Jeroen Brouwers, Lous-Paul Boon ("Fenomenale Feminoteek" published here complete), Nic. van Bruggen, Jan Cremer, interviews with Hugo Claus, Ramses Shaffy, Liesbeth List. Ed. by Nic. van Bruggen W.J. Lagrilliere, later by L.P.Boon and Carlos U. Vergaelen.

[#18737]

POEMS FROM THE FLOATING WORLD

Vol. 1-5 (all publ.). Hawk's Well Press, NY, 1962-1963. [Size (h/w): vol. 1-3: 11,5 x 8,5 cm; vol. 4-5: 22 x 17 cm.]Original wrappers. Cover of vol. 2 waterstained, overlaying edge of vol 4 has small closed tear.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Jerome Rothenberg. Contributors include Bly, Breton (Poems of André Breton by David Antin), Neruda, Antin, Borges, Wakoski, Duncan, Hollo, Micheline, Levertov, Creely, Snyder, Lamantia, Merwin, Maclow and others. Very rare complete.

[#15723]

POESIA INMEDIATA

Vol. 1, no. 1-2 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, March - April 1959. Mimeographed, with light soilage and rusting staples.;( 22 x 34 cm.)

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Rodolfo Alonso. Contributions by Raúl Gustavo Aguirre, Juan Gelman, Francisco Urondo, Edgar Bayley, Roberto Arlt, Macedonio Fernández a.o.

[#17089]

PRINTLETTER

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

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

EUR 600.00

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

[#16541]

PUNT. 5 - POINT.5 - PUNKT. 5

Numbers 1- 2 (no more publ.?). Mortsel, self-published, n.d.(1961?)-1962. Not paginated, loose as issued in original wrappers (24,5x14,5; , with Manifest Maart 1962 (Broadside, folded), and an invitation for the presentation of the periodical. (Very light wear to the portfolios, otherwise in excellent state.) An attractive periodical, complete quite rare.

EUR 700.00

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Belgian avant-garde artist periodical, directed by Paul Kiks, editors: Freddy Beyns, Marc J.Dalain and Paul Kiks. Poetry by Hughes Pernath (die stunde marat), Kiks, Dalain,Marc Callewaert and orig.linos by Wim Van de Velde, Piet Sluys, Pol Kiks (signed) Thomas Bonduku, Marcel Mariën. H. Prem, Alain Desvergnes, Theo Vesseur, Guido Biasi, Henri Trouillard, Roger van de Wouwer, etc.

[#18638]

QUI. ARTE CONTEMPORANEA

No. 1. Luglio 1966. Edizioni D’Italia, 1966. Quarto, 70 pages, Illustrated wrappers.

EUR 150.00

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Published between 1966-1977. Text in English, Italian & French.Edited by Lidio Bozzini. Contributions by Charles S. Spencer, Elio Mercuri, Marisa Volpi, Giovanni Carandente, Andre Balthazar, Jurgen Claus, William J. Sandberg, Marisa Volpi, Lucia Dembi, Aldo D’Angelo and Claudio Bruni. A large retrospective exhibition was held around “QUI arte contemporanea” in the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome from 19 october 19 until january 27, 2013.

[#18491]

REF.

Audience Fashion Magazine

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

EUR 500.00

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

[#14553]

THE RESUSCITATOR

A literary magazine.

Nos. 1-7 & second series nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Paulton, Bristol, Autumn 1963 - Feb. 1969. Size (h/w) around 20 x 15 cm. Original photographically illustrated wrappers. Library stamp and note in ink to cover of one issue.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by J.G. James, C.I. McNeill and N.R. Wayte. With contributions by Tomlinson, Zukofsky, Corman, Olson, Creely, Oppen, Eigner, Bowering, Snyder, Turnbull, Raworth, Prynne, and many others. First series mostly American poets, second series British.

[#19993]

REVOLUTION IN JEOPARDY

Section Francaise de l'Internationale Punk.

Nos 1 and 2 (all publ.) Ligne Rauque, 1984/85.: Folded sheet,s (30x21cm., Xerox printing).

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Bertrand Laidain. French punk and anarcho-punk fanzine put out by the project "Ligne Rauque". Text in French. No 1 includes an article on Maximumrocknroll, with portions of Crass's Yes Sir I Will translated into French. No 2 an article on Hardcore, and a piece on London.

[#10441]

LA REVUE DES IDÉES ET DES LETTRES

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.?). Bruxelles, Janvier 1953-1954. Original wrappers (light soilage).

EUR 200.00

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Directed by Réné van der Elst, with contribs. by himself (i.a. Sur Lucien Marchal; Du côté du Surréalisme), and by Berthe Bolsée, Percy Pasleau, Georges Linze, E. Dantinne, Charles Conrardy, Louis Musin, etc.

[#12471]

RHÉTORIQUE

"Revue à parution irrégulière".

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.). Tilleur-lez-Liège, 1961-1966. Original (partly illustrated) wrappers, varying sizes (16 x 22 to 21 x 14 cm), kept in cloth box with perspex window. With publicity leaflet for No. 1 (Mai 1966) and 4 postcards.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by André Bosmans. Dedicated to the work of the Belgian Surrealists, especially Magritte whose work is predominant in this publication (three covers with Magritte drawings). No. 3 is a special Magritte issue (by Pierre Demarne). Contribs. include René Magritte, André Bosmans, Louis Scutenaire, Gérard Van Bruaene, Marcel Lecomte, A. Pieyre de Mandiargues, Jean Seeger, etc.

[#16264]

RONALD REAGAN

The magazine of poetry.

Number 1 (all published). London. Summer 1968. Mimeographed text, stapled into pictorial wrappers.llustrated.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by John Sladek, Pamela Zoline and Tom Disch. Includes what is generally regarded as the first appearance of J. G. Ballard's classic, "Why I Want to Fuck Ronald Reagan", along with work by Acconci, Harwood, Giorno, Waldman, Padgett, Schjeldahl, Warsh, and others.

[#17517]

ROY ROGERS

A magazine of the arts and sciences.

"Gala First Anniversary Issue" New York, 1970. Mimeographed, 86 pages side- stapled in photo-illustrated wrappers. Small inked price to front flyleaf else a fine copy.

EUR 300.00

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Published slowly by Horspitality House, copyright 1970 Edited by Bill Zavatsky. A scret location, mentions a second issue published in 1974. Contributions by David Anderson, William Butler Yates, LarryWieder, Don Weingarten, Jonathan Kundra David Goldberg, a.o.

[#16327]

SALON ("Salon")

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

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#19784]

SEARCH AND DESTROY

New Wave Cultural Research;later: Rebel Youth Culture.

Numbers 1-11 (all publ.). San Francisco: Search & Destroy (1977-1979 ; number 11 numbered as Vol. 2 no 11. Tabloïds, on newsprint, fully illustrated with numerous photographs, folded, as issued. Each 12pp.-24pp. Illustrated throughout. All original printings, including both states of the first issue (the first state has red stamps to the front cover). Small Compendium Books price sticker to cover of second issue, otherwise all near fine. Vale, then working at City Lights, started work on Search & Destroy in January 1977 with the help of a few hundred dollars from Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. His intention was to provide a voice for the punk movement (a "total cultural revolt") and the new freedoms opened up in its wake. Later, he told Jon Savage that he had been inspired by Finger, one of the further-flung outposts of porn publishing: "Finger magazine was a great inspiration to me with Search and Destroy. It was an incredible, reader-written magazine on newsprint, stapled, a classic. All these people sent in their photos and the kinkiest stories. The most incredible, accidental poetic language. They did a parody of Patty Hearst, with a slavey-looking girl posing as Patty with a fake Symbionese Liberation Army banner. They showed things like sex with amputees, animal sex, everything that was taboo, they presented it. That was the aesthetic" (quoted in England's Dreaming, p.440. Faber, 1991). The sixth issue prints Jon Savage's first interview with Genesis P-Orridge (2pp.)., conducted in P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti's house in Beck Road, and their Martello Street studio, in late 1977, around the time of the release of TG's first album. The interview is illustrated with a photo of TG by Fizzy Paet, and Cosey Fanni Tutti's "Sexual Transgressions No.5" photo (one of the images displayed at the ICA exhibition). Accompanied "by friend Sheila" [Rock], Savage's in-depth interview ranges over a variety of topics, including punk, violence, William Burroughs, and Image Bank. Other interviewees featured include: Crime; The Avengers; The Ramones; The Clash; Devo; Tom Verlaine; Alternative TV (including Alex Fegusson, later of PTV, with TG references by Mark Perry); The Damned; Blondie; The Weirdos; Iggy Pop; Jordan; Patti Smith; The Dead Boys; Metal Urbain; Helen Wheels; The Screamers; Nico; Suicide; Talking Heads; The Nuns; Negative Trend; Buzzcocks; Pere Ubu; The Mutants; The Sleepers; John Waters; DNA; Roky Erickson; The Zeros; The Dils; The Cramps; Siouxsie & The Banshees; Chrome; Patti Palladin; Syl Sylvain; Dead Kennedys; David Lynch; Steve Jones; Russ Meyer; William Burroughs; and JG Ballard. (12 items).

EUR 2,000.00

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Complete run of this first San Francisco-based tabloid zine devoted to the nascent Punk Rock Scene. Edited by V.Vale. Issues of 16-28 pages. All fine, all FIRSTprintings including the very rare original edition 1978 of Number 10 (the Burroughs issue which was reprinted ten years later). All the important UK and US bands of the day represented (Sex Pistols, The Ramones, Pere Ubu, Crime, Dead Kennedys, Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, Screamers, Clash, Throbbing Gristle, Buzzcocks, Talking Heads, Devo, Weirdos, and Suicide. Search and Destroy also served as a bridge between the punk scene and the literary/visual artists who both influenced and were influenced by punk: Ginsberg, Burroughs, Ballard, Acker, John Waters, David Lynch, Bruce Conner, Russ Meyer, and Nico Ordway. Founded by Vale Hamanaka who worked at Lawrence Ferlinghetti's City Lights Bookstore and originally funded by Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg. Named for the Stoogie's proto-punk anthem, SEARCH AND DESTROY remains one of the most important, vibrant, and influential documents to emerge from punk. Vale, then working at City Lights, started work on Search & Destroy in January 1977 with the help of a few hundred dollars from Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. His intention was to provide a voice for the punk movement (a "total cultural revolt") and the new freedoms opened up in its wake. The sixth issue prints Jon Savage's first interview with Genesis P-Orridge (2pp.)., conducted in P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti's house in Beck Road, and their Martello Street studio, in late 1977, around the time of the release of TG's first album.

[#19686]

SEMINA (Berman, Wallace)

Collection of 5 numbers ( Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8 from 9 published) in very good to excellent condition, as follows:

EUR 45,000.00

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-SEMINA 2 . Los Angeles [and Jackson Street, San Francisco]: Wallace Berman / Stone Brothers Printing, 1957. First Edition. Slim octavo (21.5cm); brown sheets with variously-sized handset plates tipped in, saddle-stapled into cardboard covers, with Charles Brittin photograph of Suzi Hicks mounted to front wrapper; the original of the typed statement by Berman regarding his Ferus Gallery debacle mounted to lower rear wrapper; [28pp]; illus. Mild offsetting to mounted plates in-text (as is common with this issue), subtle toning to covers, with two small stains to front wrapper and a small abrasion (ab.1x1 cm) on the bottom of the photograph; With contributions by Berman, Hermann Hesse, Paul Eluard, Jack Anderson, Charles Bukowski, Cameron, Jean Cocteau, Zack Walsh, Eric Cashen, Lynn Trocchi, Idell T. Romero, J.B. May, Charles Baudelaire, Peder Carr, Judson Crews, John Reed, Lewis Carroll, David Meltzer, Michael McClure, Alexander Trocchi, Paul Valery, Rabindranath Tagore, and others. - -SEMINA 4. San Francisco: Wallace Berman, 1959. First Edition. Small quarto (24cm); cardboard portfolio, containing 24 variously-sized hand-printed inserts housed in a pocket mounted to inner cover; large printed photographic portrait of Shirley Berman mounted to front cover. Mild toning and some faint creasing to portfolio, shallow loss to three corners, with old, faint stain to rear cover; thin splits to sides of inner pocket; Some of the inserts show mild offsetting, else in very good condition. The only issue which includes the work of principle Beat figures Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs alongside the work of those within the Semina circle.With contributions by Berman, I.E. Alexander, William Blake, Ray Bremser, John Chance, Beverly Collins, Judson Crews, Charles Foster, Robert Kaufman, Philip Lamantia, Michael McClure, John Reed, Ron Loewinsohn, John Wieners, W.B. Yeats, and others. -SEMINA 5. Larkspur, CA: Wallace Berman, 1960. First Edition. One of 350 copies. Slim octavo (18.75cm); photo-illustrated card portfolio, with 18 loose handpress-printed sheets held in a pocket mounted to inner cover. Mild wear along spine-fold, a few faint creases to extremities, condition near fine, only some inserts show mild offsetting. Complete copy of the "Mexican Issue" of Berman's iconic assemblage zine, the front cover featuring a Charles Brittin photograph of a Mayan stone phallus. Contributors include Berman, Antonin Artaud, Kirby Doyle, John Hoffman, Lawrence Jordan, Michael McClure, Philip Lamantia, Robert Kaufman, Christopher MacLaine, Ruth Weiss, John Wieners, David Meltzer, John Reed, and others -SEMINA 6 (VI.) "THE CLOWN: A POEM" Larkspur, CA: Wallace Berman, 1960. First Edition. One of 335 copies. Slim octavo (21cm); photo-illustrated card portfolio, with 14 handpress-printed loose sheets held in a pocket mounted to inner cover.Trivial wear to extremities, a few faint creases along lower edge, with two thin splits to inner card pocket; Attractive, complete copy of the sixth issue of Berman's iconic assemblage zine, dedicated entirely to David Meltzer's 13-part poem "The Clown." Berman illustrated the title leaf and designed the photographic collage on the cover of the portfolio, featuring four images with shotgun of his Larkspur landlady and Sausalito gallery owner Phyllis surrounding an image of the Semina Gallery. - SEMINA 8. Los Angeles: Wallace Berman, 1963. First Edition. One of 149 copies. Octavo (18cm); thick boards bound with black fabric tape along spine, with 15 handpress-printed loose sheets held in a pocket mounted to inner cover; altered press photograph of "Lipstick Killer" William George Heirens by Dean Stockwell mounted to front cover, with a black Aleph embossed to lower right corner of rear cover; right edge of boards punctured for string clasp, with a short length of the original twine mounted to inner cover. Two faint stains to front cover, with some trivial wear to corners; occasional mild offset to inserts, with 1 insert of the original 16 lacking (Berman collage of Lenny Bruce); Near Fine. Penultimate issue of Berman's iconic assemblage zine, and the issue with the smallest limitation. Includes contributions by Antonin Artaud, Wallace Berman, Cameron, Robert Duncan, Kirby Doyle, John Reed, William House, Jess Collins, Jerry Katz, Michael McClure, Aya Tarlow, Elias Romero, John Wieners, Zack Walsh, and Llyn Foulkes.

[#17657]

SIGNAL

A Quarterly Review

Vol. 1 nos 1-3 (all publ.). NY: Brownstone Press 1963-1965. Three issues, in illustrated wrappers. Nice condition.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Bret Rohmer and others. The first and second issues bring NY School and Black Mountain writers (Frank O'Hara, Le Roi Jones, Kirby Doyle, Joel Oppenheimer, Diane Di Prima, Fielding Dawson), number 3 has translations of French avant garde (Tzara, Desnos, Reverdy, Apollinaire, Prevert).

[#15798]

THE SILENT PICTURE

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

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#19888]

THE SITUATIONIST TIMES

International Edition.

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Hengelo (The Netherlands), Copenhagen, Paris, May 1962 - 15 Dec. 1964. 4to; original lithographed wrappers. (first 3 issues spine-stapled, nos.3-6 perfect bound.) Nos. 1and 2 printed on paper of different colours and sizes. No. 6 with 33 original colour lithographs. Complete set, in excellent condition,

EUR 3,000.00

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Edited and published by Jacqueline de Jong (first 2 nos. With Noël Arnaud) in an edition of 1000 copies for the first issues, thereafter expanding to about the double. De Jong created this periodical as an answer to her expulsion from the International Situationist group for her sympathies for the german Spur Group. This first Number is largely devoted to the differences inside the Situationists and defends Spur. Contribs. by Wolvercamp, de Jong, Armando, Vanderkamm, Art Group SPUR, de Boer, Edle Hansen, Singer, Fazarkely, Max Bucaille, G. Hay, A.sger Jorn, Peter Schat, N. Arnaud, P. Alechinsky, B. Vian, and many others. No. 1 No. 3 is 'International British Edition'; No. 4 devoted to labyrinths; No. 5 to the ring; No. 6 (International Parisian Edition) contains 33 original lithographs printed in 4 colours (Alechinsky, Lourdes Castro, Bertholo, Klasen, Jorn, W. Lam, R. Matta, Topor, Saura, Biasi, de Pezzo, Soerensen, etc.

[#10969]

LES SOIRÉES D'ANVERS

Cahiers

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Anvers, Editions Ça Ira, 1961-1965. Original wrappers; edition limited to 100 copies for the complete set. Untrimmed, fine; with handwritten dedication to Franz Hellens on 5 title-pages.

EUR 400.00

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Nicely presented periodical by Paul Neuhuys, with contribs. by Willy Koninckx, Willy Prins, Michel de Ghelderode, Eug.Fromentin, Franz Hellens, Paul Dewalhens, a.o.; special issue on Young Flemish Poets, another on 'Jeune poésie française'; each frontcover illustrated by a drawing.

[#20059]

STAMP-ART (Magazine)

Stamp-Art (Magazine) # 5. 1984: Editor: Bill Gaglione./ CARE # 11 Ed. Bart Boumans DOUBLE ISSUE of the two “magazines” Plastic covers, spiralbound, 28 x 22 cm. Limited editon of 150 copies approx. 150 unpag. pp. all w. Original rubberstampings and collages, orig. drawings, handapplied labels and cards by 100 artist (list of names on request) Different kinds of paper. Very fine.

EUR 3,000.00

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[#19978]

STAMP-ART (Magazine)

No. 3. 1982: Editor: Bill Gaglione. Plastic covers, spiralbound, 28 x 22 cm. Limited editon of 150 copies approx. 80 unpag. pp. all w. Original rubberstampings and collages, orig. drawings, handapplied labels and cards by 100 artists. Different kinds of paper. Very fine.

EUR 2,500.00

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Publisher:Abracada. Editors: William John Caglione, Darling Darlene, Margaret Uhlarik, Joel Rossman, Tim Marcusi, Ginny Lloyd, Murina Golden, Roberta Elias, Hesh Rosen; Design Concept: Dadaland.

[#19977]

STAMP-ART (Magazine)

No. 2 (n.d. = 1981). Editor: Bill Gaglione, San Francisco. Produced in a limited Ed. of 150. Stamped title cover, 28 x 22 cm, spiralbound, approx. 70 unpag. pp. ALL w. ORIGINAL rubberstamp imprints by: Gaglione, Abott, Baroni, Buster Cleveland, Ko de Jonge, John Bennett, M. Cooper, Dogfish, Nancy Frank, Judith Hofberg, Leavenwort J., Birger Jesch, J. Juin, Ginny loyd, LeClair, R. Maggi, tim Mancusi, Carlo Pittore, J. Reva, Lon Spiegelman, etc. Some contributions are handsigned by the artists, some stamps on colored paper. With a handsigned dedication by (Dadaland)Gaglione. Rare.

EUR 1,500.00

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[#11083]

DE STROOM

Algemeen Maandschrift voor Vlaanderen.

Year 1 nos 1-4 (all publ.). Antwerpen, Flandria, 15 juli - 15 oct. 1918. Original wrappers; 4to.; light foxing and spines a bit soiled. With illustration.

EUR 800.00

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Complete set of this important Flemish periodical, edited by Lode Baekelmans, A. Claus, Eug. de Bock, Herman Vos, a.o. Contributions by Pol de Mont, Alf. de Cock, L. Brulez, and the very important contribution by Paul v. Ostayen, 'Expressionisme in Vlaanderen' in nos. 2-4. IIllustrations after Floris Jespers, Oscar Jespers, Paul Joostens, a.o.

[#16978]

THE STRUCTURIST

Nos. 1-21/22. 1960-1981/82. Some covers lightly soiled, Two issues with spine defects (8 & 9) and no. 8 has a loose page.

EUR 500.00

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Published annually, and after 1972 biennially as double issues, under the editorship of Eli Bornstein of the University of Saskatchewan. Leading international organ of the structuralist movement in art, focusing on geometric abstraction.

[#17193]

STYX

bulletin skupiny Lacoste.

No. 1. Juin 1966. 4to, sidestapled, roneotyped, 38 pages + 3 unnumbered pages, with 13 tipped-to-page original photographic ilustrations. On the front cover an original (unsigned, unidentified) gouache of ab. 5,5 cm diameter. No. 28 of a limited edition of 98 copies. With dedication to Max (Valter) Svanberg, signed by the 4 contributors. (Last pages detaching from the staples and light damage to the lower spine, otherwise an excellent copy). - Together with: Nos. 4 (1967/68) and 6 (1968, replacing 5 ?). Roneotyped. (No 4 with 2 plates and a loose supplement 'Separat Lacoste' by A. Budik and J. Havlicek). Orig. stapled wrappers, front wrappers with original (unsigned, Havlicek ?) artwork; no. 6 lacks pages 17-20 (which were likely removed for political reasons).

EUR 1,500.00

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Together 3 out of 5 published issues (the number 2 was never pubished,exists only in manuscript), very rare as most were banned by the Censorship. Published by the Czech Surrealist group. No. 1: Directed by Arnost Budik. With texts in Czech and in french; the illustrations reproduce work by the contributors. Texts (and illustrations) by Arnost Budik, Jiri Havlicek, Ales Navatil and Vaclav Pajuruk. Limited edition of 98 pages. - Nos. 4 and 6 in a limited edition of 128 numbered copies (colophon to no. 6); both issues edited (and signed) by the members of the group: Arnost Budik, Jiri Havlicek, Joself Krelacek, Vaclav Pajurek. In Czech, occasionally in English and French. ("The greater part of this number originates before the fatal 21 August 1968. For the time being we do not intend to react spontaneously and we follow the challenge to introduce certain 'inner censorship' as requested by the present political situation of our country. Thus the tabooed questions are dealt with in another issue, the No.5 of this bulletin which -because of the well known reason- may appear only in a single example"). There were apparently 7 issues , but only 5 physical issues published, numbers 2 and 5 were not published for political reasons

[#17446]

SUBJECTIF

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Paris, février 1978-1979. Unbound, original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 400.00

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Illustrated art and literary periodical, issues of 50-64 pages. Directed by Gérard Guégan; réd.: Alice Brignon, O. Cohen, Ph. Cournarie, Ph. Delaroche, P. Fauvel, Alain Le Saux, etc.; some special/dedication issues: William Faulkner; Spécial U.S.A.; Chaleur-Volupté; La Ville; Nouveau Roman de Bukowski; Le retour du je.

[#17447]

LE SURRÉALISME, MEME

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Paris, 1956-1959. Sq. 8vo.; original illustrated wrappers (handwritten price on the frontcover of no 4, and small samage in the margin, otherwise good). Complete with the two rare suppl. pamphlets (Palau: 'Les Détraqués' & 'Le Royaume de la Terre' by Gance and Kaplan).

EUR 900.00

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Ed. by Jean Schuster, director André Breton; illustrated with photographs, drawings, photomontages, etc.; contribs. by Julien Gracq, A. Pieyre de Mandiargues, A. Jouffroy, O. Paz, H. Bellmer, J. Mansour, B. Péret; Ills. by Man Ray, Arp, Toyen, Duchamp, etc. Covers designed by Duchamp, Molinier, Gabriel Max, Bellmer and Arp.

[#20161]

TEGENDEEL

Periodiek voor de leden van het Genootschap voor Tegennatuurlijke letteren.

N.pl., Genootschap voor Tegennatuurlijke Letteren, 1983-2013, 127 vols., in parts as issued, ills., orig. wr., 4to. = Comprises: year 1, no.1-10 (complete); II, no.1-5 and 7-12; III, no.1-9; IV, no.1-11 (in 7 parts); V, no.1-11 (in 9 parts); VI, no.9/10; VII, no.2, 6 and 10; VIII, no.8-12; IX, no.1/2-4 and 7-12 (in 8 parts); X, no.1, 2, 10 and 11; XI, 2, 3, April/May/June and July (in 4 parts); XII, Jan. and Febr.; 2002, Sept. and Dec.; 2003, Jan., Febr., March, May and June; 2004, April-June, Sept., Nov. and Dec.; 2005, Jan.; 2006, Nov. and Dec.; 2008, Jan.-May, Nov.; 2009, Nov. and Dec.; 2010, Jan., April-June, Sept.-Dec.; 2011, Jan.-June and Sept.-Dec.; 2012, Jan.-June, "Speciale Zomeraflevering", Oct. and Nov.; 2013, Jan.-March. Together with a few unspecified issues (i.a. "Johan B.W. Polak 1928-1992"), a special issue "Album door het Genootschap voor Tegennatuurlijke letteren aangeboden door Harry G.M. Prick op 17 december 1983 (...)", and some related documents.

EUR 1,500.00

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=Substantial set of this extremely rare periodical, published in a very small (±25) number of copies for the members of the"Society for 'counter-natural' letters". Extremely rare periodical (still in progress), published in a limited edition of 25 copies for members of the society only. Publication of a select group of homosexual lovers of literature and art with a strong tendency to dandyism and ethical thinking. Even among the members of the society only a few complete runs exist. Contains publications by i.a. P. van Capelleveen, P. Coret, T. Leenhouts, A. Litzroth, N. Maas, J. Polak, D.J. Simaleavich and P. Snijders.

[#14611]

THE TIGER'S EYE on Arts and Letters

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). Westport, Connecticut, 1947-1949. Size (h/w): 26 x 18,3 cm. With many illustrations (partly tipped-in), photographs, elaborately printed on different stock. Original illustrated wrappers.

EUR 2,000.00

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Designed by Ruth Stephan (who also was Editor); art-editor (and design for covers): John Stephan; typography by Sven Jansen, printed by the Elm Tree Press. Deals with modern avant-garde literature and art; issues of about 140/150 pp. each. Reproduces work by Ernst, Lam, Tanguy, Magritte, Klee, S.W. Hayter, Calder, Dhagall, Picasso, De Chirico, Miro, Tanguy, W. Kandinsky, etc.; contains literary contributions by T.S. Eliot, W.C. Williams, Stephen Spender, K. Seligmann, Michaux, Rexroth, Motherwell, Bataille, Borgès, Neruda, Genet, Artaud, a.o.

[#11369]

TWO WORLDS

A Literary Quarterly Devoted to the Increase of the Gaiety of Nations.

Nos. 1-4 (= vol. 1), New York, Sep. 1925-June 1926. In original lettered wrappers.

EUR 450.00

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Edited by Samuel Roth. These issues contain "A New Unnamed Work" (Finnegan's Wake). Pirated selections unauthorized by Joyce; they ceased because no further fragments were available for Samuel Roth to reprint. Other contribs. are by D.H. Lawrence, Thomas Hardy, Oscar Wilde (unpubl. portion of De Profundis), Arthur Symons, Max Beerbohm, Frank Harris, Louis Zukofsky, etc. Also unpublished material by Lewis Carroll, William Hazlitt & Chekov. Linocuts by Alfred Warbis, woodcuts by Grace E. Rogers, Evelyn Waugh and Cecil French, drawings by Alfred Warbis, Sidney Hunt, John Austen and Jean Bousschere and a lithograph by Cecil French. All issues are limited editions of 500 copies of which 450 were set aside for subscribers.

[#13157]

TWO WORLDS

A Literary Quarterly Devoted to the Increase of the Gaiety of Nations.

Nos. 1-8.. New York, Sep. 1925-June 1927. First 4 issues (= vol. 1 ) in lettered wrappers, nos. 6-8 (= vol. 2) in original decorated wrappers, 4to. ( Front-cover of no. 8 repaired in the right bottom corner)

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Samuel Roth. These issues contain "A New Unnamed Work" (Finnegan's Wake). Pirated selections unauthorized by Joyce.. Other contribs. are by D.H. Lawrence, Thomas Hardy, Oscar Wilde (unpubl. portion of De Profundis), Arthur Symons, Max Beerbohm, Frank Harris, Louis Zukofsky, etc. Also unpublished material by Lewis Carroll, William Hazlitt & Chekov. Linocuts by Alfred Warbis, woodcuts by Grace E. Rogers, Evelyn Waugh and Cecil French, drawings by Alfred Warbis, Sidney Hunt, John Austen and Jean Bousschere and a lithograph by Cecil French, also illustrations by J.R. Laedlem, G. Grosz, Jo Cain, Aubrey Beardsley, Alexander King/. All issues are limited editions of 500 copies of which 450 were set aside for subscribers.

[#16450]

LE TÉMOIN

Lot of 9 issues Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. (4e Année); 17 avril - 29 mai 1909. Light foxing, but otherwise good. 3e Année : No. 25, 20 juin 1908 (La vérité sur le discours de Guillaume II). Soiled and a bit damaged. 3e Année: No. 49 (n.d.)

EUR 450.00

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Issues of the rare "fiirst" Témoin of which 5 years were published (a revival was published from 1933-1935, again initiated by Paul Iribe). With partly coloured full-page illustrations by Paul Iribe, Fernand Fau, Juan Gris, Xavier Gosé, Polida, Grossmann, Portalez, Florane, W. Howard, Florane, George Delaw a.o.

[#19541]

VAGUE

Vague, small magazines nr 1,2,3,4, 1980, each 13.5 x 11cm, 1982 , With original envelopes. Vague, small magazine(nebazine) 37/50, with note by Steve Rand, 16 pg, 13.5 x 11cm, 1982

EUR 300.00

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Vague, small magazines nr 1,2,3,4, 1980, each 13.5 x 11cm, 1982 , With original envelopes. Vague, small magazine(nebazine) 37/50, with note by Steve Rand, 16 pg, 13.5 x 11cm, 1982

[#18863]

WHITEWALL

Isssue 24 (Winter 2012). New York: Sky Art Media, 2012. Folio; glossy, illustrated wraps, perfectbound; 128pp; illus. A Fine, unread copy of this art and lifestyle magazine, still covered with the gently-opened original shrinkwrap.

EUR 200.00

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KAWS (cover & artwork); The issue notably contains an interview with renown street artist-cum-fashion mogul KAWS, amidst a 12 page photo spread highlighting his artwork, along with interviews with Moby and artist Walton Ford.

[#6879]

THE WINDMILL

Nos. 1-12 (also as vols. 1-3, all publ.). London, William Heinemann, 1944-1948. Original wrappers, lightly dustsoiled but in quite good codition, altogether a nice set.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Reginald Moore & Edward Lane, whichb was the pseudonym of Kay Dick (journalist of the New Statesman). With contributionss. by Henri Miller, Lawrence Durrell, Robert Graves, George Orwell, Graham Greene, Somerset Maugham, etc.

[#19536]

WORMHOLE

Nos. 1-4 (all published). Rotterdam (NL), Time Stereo 2000-2006. Orig.pictorial wrappers. 24x17 cm.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Roland Cornelissen, in collaboration with Paul van der Eerden. Contains work by Brainard (USA), Kalervo Palsa (Fin), Ann Course (UK), Wim (NL), Mohammed (NL), Reginald Drooduin (NL) en Gilgian Gelzer (FR) and is devoted to comic book artists from all over the globe. The first issue of Wormhole features drawings and comics by Fabian Posse, Partie, Tobias Tak, BenSchot, Olaf Brandt, David Bade, Ronald Cornelissen, Ewoud van Rijn, Arnold Mosselman, Elise Tak, Hitoko Sakai, and Koji Tano; later issues with Anold Mosselman (NL), Lizette Daas (NL), Chris Johanson (VS), Gerrit Jan Fukkink (NL), Ben Augustus (NL), Hein Dingemans (NL), Davin Brainard (VS), Koji Tano (JA), Lily van der Stokker (NL), Michael Hurley (VS) en Ronald Cornelissen.

[#15404]

ZET

Das Zeichenheft fuer Literatur und Graphik.

Jahrgang 1-3 (comprising nos. 1-12, all pulished). Heidelberg, 1973-1975. Orig. Wrappers (spines faded, otherwise fine); with one orig.graphic to each issue. Numerous ills.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by W. Rothe. Important contributions to contemporary (mostly graphic) art; Orig. Graphics by HAP Grieshaber (No.3, Fürst 73/43 d), P. Ackermann, H.E. Kalinowski, H. Knoke, Chr. Meckel, E. Paolozzi, M. Schoenholtz, B. Schultze, G. Uecker, U. u. St. Wewerka. Contribs. Include Mynona, R.D. Brinkmann, H. Frick, a.o.

[#15515]

ZODIAC

International Magazine of Contemporary Architecture / Revue Internationale D'architecture Contemporaine / Revista Internazionale D'architectura Contemporanea / Internationale Zeitschrift Fur Moderne Architektur

Vol. 1-22 (all publ. of the first series). Milano, 1957-1970. Bound (ex-library) with covers preserved; ( small library stamps on some covers and a few minor damages). Number 8 (America-number) in nice condition, original wrappers, unbound. (Number 9, in original wrappers is slightly worn, Number 10, in original wrappers, is repaired with tape).

EUR 2,200.00

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Richly illustrated magazine devoted to contemporary architecture, founded by Adriano Olivetti, edited by Bruno Alfieri, later by Carlo Santini, Renzo Zorzi, Guido Canella. Articles by prominent architects and art historians (o.a.): Aldo Rossi, Claudio Dini, James Stirling, Roberto Gabetti, Morris Adjmi, Manfredo Tafuri, Gutstav Peichl. First series (publ. till vol. 22, 1973) with texts in Italian, French and English;

[#15522]

ZODIAC

International Magazine of Contemporary Architecture / Revue Internationale D'architecture Contemporaine / Revista Internazionale D'architectura Contemporanea / Internationale Zeitschrift Fur Moderne Architektur

An international review of architecture. New Series. Vol. 1-4. Milano, Feb. 1989-Sept. 1990 Original illustrated wrappers 4to.

EUR 500.00

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