Selection 303 Part 1

Mail Art

[#21118]

THE ARCHIVES - PETER VAN BEVEREN

The Archives. Art Information Centre Peter Van Beveren. Hasselt, Provinciaal Museum, 1981, (1),30,(1) lvs., 30 mounted or bound-in artists' contributions, published in 500 numb. copies (400), orig. giltlettered artificial leather, 4to. TOGETHER WITH: Hasselt (B), Provinciaal Museum, 1981. 80 x 56 cm, color offset. Announcement poster for an exhibition about Peter van Beveren's Archives Jan 31- March 15 1981. Design by Richard Hamilton, printed at Steendrukkerij, Amsterdam. Folded 3 times, in very good condition.

EUR 1,500.00

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[#17008]

ARTE POSTALE !

Collection of 25 numbers between no.55 and no.100 of this Mail art magazine of the Ethereal Open Network, edited by Vittore Baroni, near the edge editions. Stapled xeroxed assembling booklets, sometimes containing loose inserts. Various small edition sizes, most copies are numbered. - 55. Mail Art Handbook, 1986. Stapled booklet,15 x 10.5 cm, 24 pp. Numbered 334/500. Loose inserts: Yellow commemorative flyer, 29.5 x 21 cm. Blue arte postale! publicity card, 10 x 15 cm White card with rubberstamped image and stamped texts such as ‘Damned To Be A Tourist; after Dadaism Fluxism Mailsism comes Tourism’, 10 x 15 cm. - 63. Let’s Network together. Vinyl Love Junkie. 1992. Stapled booklet, 19 x 19 cm, 10 pp. Computerized cover art & concept by Piermario Ciani. Numbered 325/600. Includes a 45 RPM vinyl record produced by Le Forbici di Manitu. - 67. Stickerman Scrapbook. Oct-Dec 1993. Stapled booklet,15 x 10.5 cm, 24 pp. Copy number 97/100. ‘Women are Smarter’ sticker on cover, several mounted and loose stickers in the interior. - 71. Fun in Acapulco. May-Sept 1995. Stapled booklet, 15 x 10.5 cm, 24 pp. Copy 120/300. Contains original paint and rubber stamp additions on the front cover and a small painting on paper mounted to the back cover. Loose inserted postcard ‘Hotel Acupulco’, 15 x 10.5 cm. - 74. My own private Internet. Jan 1996. Stapled booklet, 15 x 10.5 cm, 8 pp. Copy 58/300. - 76. Scissures 1. May-Sept 1996. 15 x 10.5 cm, 32 pp. Copy 106/300. With collaged inserts containing a handwritten letter and rubber stamps. Loose inserted neon yellow sticker/postcard featuring a drawing by Thomas Kerr titled ‘This Sticker Has No Splits Peel With A Forbici di Manitou Twist’. - 78. The making of Arte Postale. Jan-Dec 1997. Stapled booklet,15 x 10.5 cm, 16 pp. Unlimited unnumbered edition. With collage on front cover. - 80. Remembering Dick Higgins. Oct 28 1998. Yellow A4 sheet printed in black. Copy 04/60. Features a photocopied letter and envelope sent by Higgins to Baroni on July 30 1982, containing a humourous mixed language text. Added is a rubberstamp of Refluxus Zona West. - 81. Incongruous Meetings. Calendar/catalogue. 1999. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 12 pp. With collaged elements in interior, including a poststamp by Anna Banana. Loose inserted A4 flyer in Italian rubberstamped IM98 with a list of (stamp) artists’ publications, and a sticker from The Sticker Dude titled ‘Marcel is Alive, Elvis is Dead!’, 13 x 10 cm. - 81.bis Incongruous Meetings. 1999. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 8 pp. Housed in transparent plastic sleeve closed with a rubber stamped sticker. With a cassette supplement inside. This is an unnumbered edition. - 82. The table of the little Iconoclast. July 1999-June 2000. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 16 pp. Copy 46/400. Contains an inserted in pad, 5 x 4 cm, dedicated to Michael Scott. includes perforated sheet with stamp-like portraits of mail rtists participating in bassano 2000, int mail art project by baroni. Includes loosely inserted A4 press release for the project. - 83. The David Zach project. July-Dec 2000. Photocopied A3 paper, folded to 15 x 10.5 cm. With some collage and rubber stamp additions. Copy 141/150. Contains loose inserted sheet with collaged poststamp, asking for contributions for Arte Postale! No.84. - 85. Virtual Lands & Creative De-Globalisation. Feb-June 2001. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 24 pp. Copy 14/201. Contains an attached transparent envelope with various artists’ poststamps, which are also collaged throughout the booklet. Several sheets are perforated mimicking poststamp sheets. - 88. Sticking Glue. Sept 2006. Stapled booklet, 15 x 21 cm, 32 pp. Copy 82/150. Profusely collaged with artists post stamps/sticker art. The booklet has a mounted glassine envelope 13 x 8 cm with around 30 inserted stamps/stickers produced by the Sticker Dude. Also included is a loose supplement ‘Stickerman’s Street Art Survival Kit containing around 50 stickers. All housed in an original rubber stamped envelope( ‘Sticking Glue a.k.a. Arte Postale! 88 recto, The Stickerman Museum on verso) - 89. 30th Anniversary edition. Jan-April 2007. Vittore Baroni 1977-2007. Stapled booklet, 15 x 21cm. 40 pp. plus inserts. Profusely collaged with (original) artists’ interventions, rubberstamps, post stamps, stickers. Also contains a small badge by Mark Pawson. Postcard by Enrico Sturani, and a plastic sachet with artists’ stamps honoring Baroni. Loose inserted folded A3 sheet with a Vittore Baroni Chronology and a folded A4 sheet featuring a Mail Order Checklist 1977-2007 listing publications by the Ethereal Open Network Archive. The backcover lists original artists contributions by ao Anna Banana, Guy Bleus, Ryosuke Cohen, John Held jr, Rod Summers. Housed in white envelope profusely decorated with post stamps and rubber stamps. - 90. Hats off to George Maciunas, international hat art defilé. May 26-June 9 2007. Stapled booklet, 29.5 x 11 cm, 32 pp. Copy 50/100. Exhibition catalogue (53 participants from 11 countries) in English plus an inserted 12 pp. booklet with the Italian translation. Contributions by John Held jr, Jürgen Olbrich, Clemente Padin et al. Loose inserts: 1 Bau saluta Fluxus card by Carlo Battisti, 1 postcard for the Creative festival with photo and rubberstamp by Baroni and 1 BAU /Fluxus paper hat by Vittore Baroni. - 91. Piermario Ciani. Un Anno Dopo. July 2007. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 36 pp. Copy 40/55. Includes various coloured collaged inserts plus a cd-rom’ Funtastic United Nations’. In collaged and rubberstamped envelope. - 92. Ciao, Paolina! International Mail Art project dedicated to Paolina Bonaparte. 28 july-31 aug 2007. Coloured wrapper in plastic sleeve (unopened), 17.5 x 13 cm, containing booklets and a Cd-i. With loose inserted invitation card for the show. All housed in rubberstamped envelope. - 93. Machmit Museum Berlin Post. 2007. Pink portfolio, 25 x 17 cm, signed and numbered 27/50. Contains stapled booklet, 8 pp. and several loose inserts such as perforated stamp sheets by Baroni and an attached grey marker which is part of a collage. In collaged and rubberstamped envelope. - 94. Buy my Art or I’ll starve this Dog. Stapled booklet,15 x 10.5 cm, 34 pp. Contains added small objects (sealed in plastic): a rubberband and rubber stamp material. - 95. Libri dell’Utopia/ The Utopian Library. July 2008. Stapled booklet, 15 x 10.5 cm. 48 pp. Copy no. 34/120. Includes mounted collages and rubberstamps. - 96. The Utopian library/ La Biblioteca Utopica. August 2008. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm. 48 pp. Copy 119/200. Catalogue of an exhibition of artists’ books organized by Baroni. Orange cover with collaged picture, interior contains several mounted inserts and a loose postcard ‘Netmail Book Art’ by Vittore Baroni. - 97. Paradigm Shift. Sept 2008. Stapled booklet, 15 x 10.5 cm, 34 pp. Copy 60/100. Includes a loose inserted collaged postcard on yellow stock featuring an original colour photo of a manhole cover titled ‘Paradigm Shift’ and a button (plastic wrapped) with the same image. - 98. You were on my mind. Collages and mail art in correspondence with.. Nov 2008. A4 size stapled catalogue for an exhibition curated by Vittore Baroni, 20 pp. Copy 18/50. Includes an inserted cd, colour photographs, a perforated stampsheet and collages. - 99. Posta per Te. May 2009. 21 x 15 cm, 44 pp. Copy 54/100. Contains collaged elements and a loose inserted postcard. Features articles in Italian about Ray Johnson, Anna Banana, Rod Summers and others. - 100. Klang! documentation of the sonic arts festival Bzzzoing!. December 2009. Blue paper portfolio, with a sticker with the Klang!/Bau logo, 13.5 x 13.5 cm. Contains stapled booklet, 36 pp., plus a closed plastic sleeve with a cd rom and cards. Edition of 100. The exhibition was curated by Barono at BAU, Cultura Contemporanea in Viareggio Italy to celebrate the 100th issue of Arte Postale. - Arte Postale extra: KLang! Unnumbered boxed catalogue set, Klang! Suoni Contemporanei, Pezzini editore, 2009. Catalogue for the exhibition of audio arts celebrating the 100th issue of Arte Postale. Curated by Barono at BAU, Cultura Contemporanea in Viareggio Italy. Original die-cut cardboard box, 13.5 x 13.5 x 2.5 cm. Contains 3 booklets, poster, sticker, cd, cd-rom and dvd. Edition of 1000 copies. The exhibition included installations and audio artworks from 20 international artists, plus the collective project BZZZOING! with musical instruments created by over 60 authors. Contributing artists constitute Henri Chopin, Brion Gysin, John Cage, Brian Eno, Mauricio Kagel, Arrigo Lora-Totino, Carlo Batisto, Ruggero Maggi among others.

EUR 4,500.00

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[#16881]

ARTE POSTALE !

Artist's assembling magazine/fanzine, founded, directed and hand-assembled by Vittore Baroni. Each issue released in an edition of 100 numbered copies. The ‘mail-art fanzine’ contains original interventions and contributions by Baroni and other artists. Each with assembled or partly assembled sheets, stapled or rivets bound, 33 x 22 cm. Contains Xeroxed and original inserts, rubber stamp and copy art. Several manual interventions in paint, feltpen or ink. Slight horizontal fold as all sheets were folded once for mailing purposes. Vittore Baroni 's ARTE POSTALE! (1979-2009) is one of the best known and probably the most long-lived mail art magazine on the planet. Arte Postale! has assembled original works or published materials by hundreds of international networkers a.o.: Paul Carter, Richard Kirk, Gifreu, Pawel Petasz, RoCarlo Battisti, Adriano Spatola, Robin Crozier, Michael Gibbs, Higgins, Ray Johnson,Cavellini, Bill Caglione, Anana Banana, Yoshio Nakajima, Ben Vautier, Rod Summers, Robert Filiou, Timm Ulrichs, Klaus Groh, etc Offered here the now very scarce beginning: Numbers 1-15 plus an index to contributors for issues 1 to 15. Forte dei Marmi (I), V.E.C. 1979/80 (constituting the complete appearance of Arte Postale as monthly magazine. From1981 it was published quarterly and irregularly). ASSEMBLING or PARTLY ASSEMBLING: 33x22,5 cm., stapled, rivets. Xerox and original inserts. Also Rubber stamps and copy art. Several manual interventions, in paint, feltpen or ink. From an edition of 100 numbered copies.

EUR 9,000.00

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1. Arte Postale! No. 1, October 1979 Twelve photocopied sheets with interventions bound with a rivet, 33 x 22 cm. Printed on pink paper. Numbered No.043 stamped on an attached paper square at the rear cover sheet. Front page slightly colour faded, with small rip on top left margin of circa 1 cm. The theme of this issue is ‘Music’. Interventions: Page 2: Paul Carter, pasted stencilled b/w paper, 13 x 9 cm, titled Sid Vicious. Page 4: Tony Bradley and Robin Crozier, 3 stencilled contributions glued and stapled on both sides of the page, containing original rubberstamp ‘artificial music’. Page 7: Marco Pachetti, stencilled sheet with black stars,14.5 x 10 cm. Page 11: Elextrolux Fanclub, pasted b/w image, 6 x 7 cm, with original rubberstamped text. Additional contributors: Richard Kirk, Pawel Petasz, Gifreu, Abdada le Clair, Michael Gibbs, Horus/Llys Dana, Jaroslav Pokorny, Peter Below, Ken Saville, Ruedi Schill. 2. Arte Postale! No. 2, November 1979 Eleven photocopied sheets with interventions bound with a rivet, 33 x 22 cm. Printed black on white paper. Numbered 43/100 on front page on printed plastic label. Music theme with “Special Patty Smith project”. Interventions: Page 1: Pasted on slips of paper in yellow and pink containing rubber stamped title and information text. Page 2: Vittore Baroni, b/w xeroxed sheet with manual paint and rubber stamp additions in yellow, blue and red. Page 5: Henryk Bzdok, original newspaper print with pasted on b/w xeroxed sheet, 17 x 11.5 cm. Page 9: Christoph Machart, original newspaper print with pasted on b/w xeroxed sheet, 10 x 17 cm, and pen markings. Page 10: Robin Crozier, xeroxed text with stapled on torn piece of paper from the original 'Patti Smith Rocking Demonia’ poster. Page 11: Michael Scott, xeroxed b/w sheet with stapled on b/w sheet, 7 x 5.5 cm. Additional contributions: Mara Cini, Ronald Foglietti, Ruedi Schill, Ferruccio Dragoni, Claudio Zoccola, Peter Beckmann, Ron Crowforth, Rino Tacchella, Susan Young. 3. Arte Postale! No. 3, November 1979 Thirteen pages, of which 10 are photocopied, bound with a rivet, 33 x 22 cm. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Numbered No.016 rubber-stamped in green on first page. Slight creasing on right margin of first page. Interventions: Page 3: Paul Carter, One page of Circus magazine, 27.5 x 20 cm, with glued on xeroxed sheet printed on yellow paper, 6.5 x 10 cm. Page 6: Piotr Rypson stapled on xeroxed sheet, 8 x 10.5 cm. Page 7: Vittore Baroni, elaborate handwritten page (30 x 19.5 cm double sided) from an mathematics exercise notebook, with stapled on magazine cut out,9 x 11 cm, and stencilled image on yellow sheet, 13 x 10.5 cm. Page 10: Nello Castaldo, original felt tip drawing on tracing paper, 31 x 21 cm, rubber stamped. Page 13: Nicola Frangioni, pasted yellow paper cut-outs with black stencilled images.This page also features a contribution by Vittore Baroni consisting of a glued on transparent plastic bag containing incense. Additional contributions: Betty Danon, Irene Reddish, David Fobes, Beppe Salvia, Angelika Schmidt, Woody van Amen, Adriana Spatalo, Joao Proteti, David Drummond-Milne, Paulo Bruscky, Emanuele Morgan Mignone, Buster Cleveland, E.F. Higgins III, Piero Simoni, Romano Peli and Michaela Versari. 4. Arte Postale! No. 4, January 1980 Eleven photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and grey tape, 33 x 22 cm. Includes a loose transparent plastic envelope containing a postcard and sticker, 20 x 14 cm. Hand numbered 100/89 on the front page. Contents: “More political satire/Post scriptum” (mail art show in Forte dei Marmi). Interventions: Page 2: Vittore Baroni and Carlo Battisti, original newspaper print with pasted on yellow stencilled sheet, 7x 10 cm. Page 4: Ameila Etlinger, small paper object glued on. Page 9: Woody van Amen, rubber stamped sheet. Stamp ‘Commonpress 23 surplus’ on verso. Page 11: Vittore Baroni, pasted in text on yellow paper introducing the project ’Develop my Dreams’, with a photo negative in transparent plastic sachet,10 x 5 cm. The negative was meant to be used for contributions towards a project in Arte Postale! No.14. Additional contributions: Ray Johnson (contribution on rear sheet), Wieslaw Osewski, Timo R. Malén, Mirella Bentivoglio, Grischa Meyer, Jaume Pinya, Maurice Nicholson, Adriano Spatola, Ginzburg, Gerald Jupitter-Larsen, D.B. Greenberger, New Flying Dutchman, Edson Machado, Henryk Bzdok. 5. Arte Postale! No. 5, February 1980 Eleven photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and red tape, 33 x 22 cm. Printed on white and pink paper. Numbered 100/31 on red and black stickers on the front page. “Speciale Cavelliniana” issue. Interventions (all by Cavellini): Page 3: Red marker addition. Page 5: Segment of a letter attached with Cavellini stamp (now loose) titled ‘a small piece from original Cavellini surplus correspondence’. Page 7: Stapled on sticker sheet with 2 coloured stickers ‘G.A.C. Power’. Page 11: Rubber stamps of Near the Edge editions/V.E.C, two halves of a Cavelinni sticker attached on verso. Additional contributions: Bill Gaglione, Anna Banana, Vittore Baroni. 6. Arte Postale! No. 6, March 1980 Eleven photocopied sheets with interventions, bound with staples and white tape, 33 x 22 cm. Numbered 49 on sticker on the front page. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Theme: "Dada 80” American mail-artists show, featuring Leavenworth Jackson, Bill Gaglione and The Badge Show (rubber stamped on the cover sheet). Interventions in this issue: Page 2: List of participants of the Dadamerica Mailart Show organized by Baroni complemented with various tiny green ‘Arte Postale!’ rubber stamps. Page 3: List of United States Mail Artists’s works at Centro Rosciano with 3 ‘Fake Dada’ stamps rubberstamped in green ink. Page 6: Bill Gaglione, original rubber stamp work titled ‘(Fe) Mail Art’, 27.5 x 22 cm, stamped red and black on off-white paper. Page 8: Small segment of Cavellini sticker attached. Page 9: Leavenworth Jackson, original stamp art work, 14 x 21.5 cm, rubber-stamped in purple, pink and green on off-white paper. Page 11: Perforated sheet mimicking sticker sheets, with added stickers and rubber stamps advertising the Dada 80 mail art exhibition. Additional contributions: Ray Johnson, Richard C., Steven Burland, Anna Banana, Arturo Fallico. 7. Arte Postale! No. 7, April 1980 Ten photocopied sheets of various colors with interventions bound with staples and black tape, 33 x 22 cm. Numbered 26/100. “Refluxus" issue. Interventions include: Page 1: Tommy Mew, stapled Super 8 film fragment, 9.5 x 0.8 cm. Page 3: Jean-Marc Rastorfer, rubber stamped texts recto and verso, including a Fluxus Zona West stamp. Page 4: Jacques Juin (editor of Le Point D’Ironie), hand colored b/w stencilled work, 29.5 x 21.5 cm, signed in pencil R.A. 80 95/100. Also includes a rubber stamped advertorial for Le Point D’Ironie magazine Nr. 5 - 6 (mail art issues). Page 5: Robin Crozier, stencilled drawing with the artist’s address added in blue marker. Page 6: Robin Crozier and Vittore Baroni, magazine page printed both sides, 24.5 x 17.5 cm. Contains taped on paperclip, cut-out images and texts alluding to Fluxus artists Vautier and Knowles, and rubber stamps (futurgappismo and Fluxus Zona West). Page 8: Transparent plastic bag stapled to the sheet containing paper inserts by Baroni (Refluxus), Ben Vautier and Eric Andersen. Page 9: Pietro Turco, thick glossy white sheet with printed text ‘mail art e lo spazio che manca’, with stamp of the artist on verso. 8. Arte Postale! No. 8, May 1980 Eleven photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and white tape, 33 x 22 cm. Numbered 77/100. "Autobiographical issue. Living a renegade life - part I" Interventions: Page 1: Vittore Baroni (?), added drawing in red paint and green stamp ‘Art Renegade’. Page 3: P. Simoni, poem signed in pencil. Page 4: Marco Pachetti, mimeographed drawing ’rose love-potion’ on green (faded) paper, 28 x 22 cm, artist’s stamp in red on verso. Page 6: Enzo Minarelli, original typo-poem signed in pencil. Page 8: Paola Ponzi and Giuseppe Bedeschi, Traliam, text work, 29.5 x 21 cm, on recto. Verso features a small assemblage of drawings, poststamps, stickers and a rubber stamp by Bedeschi. Page 9: Anon, b/w photograph, 4.5 x 3 cm, added to xeroxed sheet. Page 10: Daniele Ciullini, ‘The Oxidized Look’, signed and stamped xeroxed work, 29 x 21 cm. With text label and stamp on verso. 9. Arte Postale! No. 9, June 1980 Twelve photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and white tape, 33 x 22 cm. Numbered 44/100. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Theme: "U.K. special”. Interventions in this issue: Page 4: J.A. Sarmiento, pasted map featuring Hackney Road with rubber stamp ‘Vittore on Tour’, 5 x 5.5 cm. Page 5: Jacques Juin, orange sheet, 29.5 x 21 cm, with stapled printed sheet and rubber stamped text. Page 8: Nicola Frangione, visual poem with text added in black and red marker. Page 10: Julia and Gyorgy Galantai, official Hungarian customs reclamation sheet, 29 x 21 cm, for a contribution to the exhibition ‘Pacco dall’Italia’ by Artpool, containing various Galantai /Artpool rubberstamps and a Postal Artwork poststamp. Page 11: Icarus, original painting on paper, 14.5 x 20.5 cm. Page 12: David Drummond-Milne, b/w stencilled drawings featuring a green string attached by 2 white round stickers. Additional contributions: Tony Bradley, Ron Crowcroft, Andre Stitt, Tara Babel, Mike Taylor, Richard Kirk, Serafin, Lon Spiegelman. 10. Arte Postale! No. 10, July 1980 Fourteen photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and black tape, 33 x 22 cm. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Numbered 75/100 on cover sheet. Theme: "Autobiographical issue. Living a renegade life - part II”. Original works in this issue: Page 3: Ko de Jonge, rubber stamped stencilled sheet, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 4: Andrzej Wielgosz, drawing and rubber stamped text ‘Drawing Activity’, name stamped on verso, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 5: Demos Ronchi, typo poem with stamped name on xeroxed sheet, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 6: Giovanni Fontana, collaged xerox with added marker and artist’s stamp, 29.5 x 21 cm. Signed and dated on verso. Page 8: Mario ‘Art Rat’ Lara, collage with brown paper and rubber stamps on blue checkered paper, numbered edition 79/100. Page 11: Sidac/Piet Franzen, black pen drawing and stamp on blue paper, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 13: Anna Moor, xeroxed image with original text overlay in yellow pencil, 29.5 x 21 cm. Additional contributions: Vittore Baroni, Fulvio Milani, John M. Bennett & C. Mehr, Paul Carter. 11. Arte Postale! No. 11, August 1980 Eleven photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and black tape. 33 x 22 cm. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Stamped No. 070/100 in red on green cover sheet. "Autobiographical issue. Living a renegade life - part III” Original works in this issue: Page 2: Jürgen O. Olbrich, collage of cloth on paper, hand stamped 00056, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 3: MIT, collage on magazine clipping with additional drawings in black and purple marker, 27 x 20.5 cm Page 4: Flavio Ermini, stencilled work with title added in pencil, 29.5 x 21 cm. Rubberstamped by the artist on verso. Page 5: Pawel Petasz, original black pen drawing and red stamped text on tracing paper, titled ‘1/100 of self-portrait. Whole self-portrait is to be seen when one looks through all 100 pages held together against strong light.’ Numbered 073, 29.5 x 21 cm. Artist’s stamp in green. Page 6: Giuseppe Bedeschi, collage and rubber stamped work on white paper, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 7: Leonhard Frank Duch, b/w printed photo on white paper, stamped with the artist’s name, handwritten edition number 35/100, 26 x 21 cm. Address stamped on verso in purple. Page 8: Icarus, collaged watercolour on paper, with added text, thumb print and stamped date. Signed and numbered 6/100. 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 10: Mario ‘Art Rat’ Lara, folded yellow stencilled sheet, 35.5 x 21.5 cm. Attached is a white envelope featuring the stamped Art Rat logo and text ‘a special Art Rat surplus gift enclosed in 50 copies’. Additional contributions: Vittore Baroni, Francis David, Tommy Rinnstein. 12. Arte Postale! No. 12, September 1980 Eighteen photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and white tape, 33 x 22 cm. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Pink cover with slight wear to margins. Numbered 41/100. "All stars issue”. Original works by: Page 9: Baroni & Battisti, photocopied sheet with stapled on white paper napkin containing a stamped logo ‘B&B’ and the rubber stamped text ‘se hai parlato d’arte pulisciti la bocca’. Page 13: Tommy Rinnstein, piece of writing paper, 21 x 15 cm, with attached leporello containing xeroxed photographic images,10 x 12.5 cm, folds out to 50 x 10 cm. Name and address of the artist handwritten in red pen on verso. Page 14: Hanna Bremer, ‘autom*art *ic light meter’, red graphic paper with transparent plastic overlay, signed, dated and numbered 39/100. Stamped on back with title and artist’s name. Page 16: Marilyn R. Rosenberg, b/w mimeographed sheet with added stamps, numbered 41/100, signed in pencil on recto, written text information on verso. Additional contributions: Leavenworth Jackson, Lowry Thompson, Davi Det Hompson (stencil on red sheet, 29.5 x 21 cm), Llys Dana (3 pp. with adverts for the zines Sphinx, Le Pointe d’Ironie, Papiers Peints), Soft Art Press, Groupe Off, Rubber Stamp Show A Propos Gallery Luzern, An Arkhos, Daniel Daligand. 13. Arte Postale! No. 13, October 1980 Fourteen mostly photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and white tape, 33 x 22 cm. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Numbered 55/100 on front sheet. Cover sheet with some wear along margins. Theme: T-Shirt issue. Also includes "The Badge Show" catalogue. Original works in this issue by: Page 2: Albrecht Dietrich, rubberstamps in various colours on white paper, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 4: Vittore Baroni, collage ‘Vampyr 80’ with original b/w photo and red paint, 23.5 x 16.5 cm. Page 7: Vittorio Baccelli, ‘100 giorni’, 14 x 21 cm. Collage on checkered paper, with staples, black pen drawing and text on diary page, rubber stamps. Stamp and signature of the artist on verso. Page 8: Jean Marc Rastorfer, empty grey envelope with Dam Batai stamps. Page 11: Ruggero Maggi, xeroxed sheet with added red paint, glued grains of sand, rubber stamped title ‘Nazca..report’. Artist’s stamp and signature (in pencil) on verso. Page 12: Peter Beckmann, xeroxed b/w drawing ‘Call Girl’ signed and dated by the artist. Page 13: Grupo Texto Poetico, stencilled sheet, 31 x 22 cm, rubber stamped on verso. Contains attached folded white paper napkin,13 x 7.5 cm, rubberstamped with the text ‘propuesto para una music gestual’. Additional contributions: Paulo Bruscky, Timm Ulrichs, Christoph Hachert. 13a. The Badge Show, 1980 Exhibition catalogue produced by Vittore Baroni for The First International Mail Art Badge Show, Forte dei Marmi 8 -16 September 1980. ‘A one-man walking exhibition performed by Vittore Baroni with original badges from 200 mail artists. Six folded photocopied sheets bound with staples, 29.5 x 21 cm. Printed on white and pink (cover) paper. The rear sheet features the name U.Carrion handwritten in red marker. The catalogue presents a list of participants by country and a description of their badge designs (with some illustrations). Samples include Edgardo Antonio Vigo (Argentina) ‘they died in poverty’, Paulo Bruscky (Brasil) ‘anonimos’, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt (DDR) ‘rotating pattern’, Timm Ulrichs (West Germany) ‘my pen is my penis’, Ulises Carrion (Holland) ’if A and if B then X’, ‘if B and if X then A’, ‘if X and if B then A’. 14. Arte Postale! No. 14, November 1980 Eleven photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and blue tape, 33 x 22 cm. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Numbered 31/100. Cover sheet features some toning and wear along the margins. Theme: ”Develop my dreams”. For this project Baroni inserted an original negative in all issues of Arte Postale! No.4, asking for contributions measuring 8 x 10 cm. Loosely inserted in Arte Postale 14! Is a stapled booklet with reproductions of 18 developed dreams he received from contributors. Original works in this issue by: Page 2: Umberto Stagnaro, rubber stamped work on white paper, artist’s stamp on verso, 27 x 21 cm. Page 3: Jürgen Olbrich, xeroxed b/w image with pasted on blue label ‘kontrolle’, orange sticker on verso, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 4: Geoff Rushton, silver paper with added text and sticker, 14 x 10 cm. Page 6: Scarlatina Lust/Smegma, xeroxed b/w image with pasted on stickers and rubber stamped text, 27.5 x 22 cm. Page 7: Leonhard Frank Duch, stencilled b/w image rubber-stamped ‘I am an artist’ in red, stamp of artist, signed in pencil, 27.5 x 22 cm. Page 0: Giampaolo Guerini, collage of stapled pieces of paper including a pen drawing on pink paper, artist’s stamp and stamp of ‘Theater du Silence’ in Bergamo, Italy, 15 x 21 cm. Page 10: Jean-Marc Rastorfer, xeroxed b/w sheet with added stamps and stickers, 27.5 x 22 cm. Additional contributions: Vittore Baroni, MIT. Loose inlay “Develop my Dreams”: stapled photovopied booklet , 21 x 10 cm, 9 pp. Contributions by Wieslaw Osewski (2x), Joao Proteti, Amelia Etlinger (with added tiny original objects), Tulle Konsumkunst, Robin Crozier, Timothy Rutter, Marco Pachetti, Ronald Foglietti, Klaus Gross, Michael Scott, Jan Ostrowski, MP Anker, David Drummond-Milne, Gerald Jupitter-Larsen, Vittorio Baccelli, Paul Nicholson, Giuseppe Bedeschi (with original marker drawings). 15. Arte Postale! No. 15, December 1980 Thirteen photocopied sheets with interventions bound with staples and white tape, 33 x 22 cm. Printed on paper of various colours and sizes. Numbered 32/100. Pink cover sheet features wear especially along the right margins. Original works in this issue: Page 2: Richard Alson, ‘Skin Deep’, visual poem on apricot coloured paper, 28 x 21.5 cm. Page 5: Tabu, Melody Maker magazine clipping with added stencilled image and rubber stamps, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 7: Giuseppe Bedeschi, original colour drawing on white paper, with marker, rubber-stamps, spray paint. Stamped and numbered 63/105 on verso, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 8: Michael Cooper, xeroxed b/w sheet with added poststamp on recto and cut out on verso, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 9: Carlo Pittore, b/w postcard taped to sheet (now loose), 9.5 x 14 cm. Page 10: Vittore Baccelli, collage with rubber-stamps and handwritten text ‘Fuck you Medici’, signed in pencil, rubber stamp of the artist on verso, 14.5 x 21 cm. Page 12: Peter Below, b/w xeroxed sheet with stamps and perforated hole, 29.5 x 21 cm. Page 13: Jouke Kromkamp, white card with rubber stamped images taped on sheet, signed in pencil, 9 x 13.5 cm. Additional contributions: Vittore Baroni, Sophia Martinou, Dietrich Fricker, L. Murnau, Gianni Becciani.

[#20400]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

AU 61 Poster AU [Art Unidentified]. Edited by Shozo Shimamoto. [1-1-10] Koshienguchi, Nishinomiya. Japan. 1984.2. 1. One sheet [42 X 60 cm.] illustrated, printed in black, folded 5 times.

EUR 250.00

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[#20173]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

BRAINCELL - Ryosuke Cohen A “portfolio” of 20 Braincells by R. COHEN w. a signed cardboard sheet as support. A suite of numbers 281--300 Oct. 1993-Feb.20,1994. Together with a sheet detailing the contents/images of all the plates. Plus an additional copy of No. 207, and a sheet with an explainatory text of Brain Cell by Ryosuke Cohen, date June 1993.

EUR 1,200.00

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[#20402]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

AU 84 Poster AU [Art Unidentified]. Edited by Shozo Shimamoto., [1-1-10] Koshienguchi, Nishinomiya. Japan. 7 march-19 March1987 One sheet [42 X 60 cm.] illustrated, printed in black, folded 5 times. Together with; Internationall Herald Tribune.Wednesday September 10,1986. No. 32,285. With original mailing envelope mailed to AMSTERDAM.

EUR 350.00

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Au International Contemporaly Exhibitin 87Tokyo, CA Cavellini. With phototgraphs. The Intl. Herald; has photographs and articles from NWZ, content by Shimamoto: Shozo Shimamoto 1947-1987, Art Space Les Bois, Osaka.

[#20403]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

AU 55 Poster AU [Art Unidentified]. Edited by Shozo Shimamoto. [1-1-10] Koshienguchi, Nishinomiya. Japan. 7. 1883,2.10. One sheet [42 X 60cm.] illustrated, printed in black, folded 5 times.

EUR 300.00

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Reverse side: poster photocomposition: Nuclear War of Modern Art.

[#21001]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

AU 46 Poster AU [Art Unidentified]. Edited by Shozo Shimamoto, 1-1-10 Koshienguchi, Nishinomiya. Japan. 1981.9.30]. One sheet [42 X 60 cm.] illustrated, printed in black and verso in red, folded 5 times.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Shozo Shimamoto. Important information poster announcing projects of periodicals and exhibitions, on verso entitled "AU Mail Art map" with the list of mail-art exhibitions world-wide and the list of participants, in Japanese. Shozo Shimamoto [1928 - 2013], was co-founder of Gutaï, and lateron became important for mailart witht his Art Unidentified association. Texts are in English and Japanese.

[#20113]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

BRAIN CELL - Ryosuke Cohen,TOGETHER with AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) - Shozo Shimamoto. Interesting and visually attractive small COLLECTION of items received by collectors in Amsterdam, as follows: -A: Pieces from Ryosuke Cohen/Brain Cell (Osaka, Japan), together 10 pieces of the stencilled bulletins accompanied by original colour-stamp work on large sheets, often with the original stamp-decorated mailing envelopes -B: 13 stamped postcards. Together with: Various documents: - Brain Cell instructions on a 2 page mimeograph dated Sept 1985, - Several Au and Braincell Flyers, - International Summertime Mail art show, Yokohama-shi Japan, 1983, 51 x 36,5 cm - Poster AU Intl. Mail Art Exhibition in Tokyo, Jan.1984 - Poster Mail Art Campaign Japan, Mar/Nov1984. - Poster Int.Mail Art Exposition Osaka 1984 - Poster For Children of the World, July 1985, Kyoto City Museum. -C: An A-4 stencilled booklet of 24 pages by Shozo Shimamoto explaining the Network: Mail Art Book III (with Manifesto, 2 copies) and several flyers from Shimamoto -D: ca. 14 various handouts and small artworks by Shozo Shimamoto in various sizes. -E: some envelopes, some empty, some with mixed content promo flyers, mailed to Amsterdam.

EUR 2,000.00

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[#20404]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

AU 68 Poster AU [Art Unidentified]. Edited by Shozo Shimamoto. [1-1-10] Koshienguchi, Nishinomiya. Japan. 1985.4.1. One sheet [42 X 60 cm.] illustrated, printed in black, folded 5 times.

EUR 300.00

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Reverse side poster depicts 126 "postage stamps"with the portraits of Internationakl Mail Artists.

[#20399]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

AU 60 Poster AU [Art Unidentified]. Edited by Shozo Shimamoto. [1-1-10] Koshienguchi, Nishinomiya. Japan. 1983.12.1.] One sheet [42 X 60 cm.] illustrated, printed in black, folded 5 times

EUR 250.00

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Japanese Artists up a dead end street. By Lloyd Dykk, Sun Art Critic. The mail art exhibition titles "The Gigantic Chair" will be held at the Tokyo Art Museum from jan 4-25th 1984.

[#20401]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

AU 62, 4.20.1984, Sky Performance Ryujin. With photographs.; Together with ---The Yomuri Shimbun 1984, and a flyer Au Int Mail Art exhibition Osaka 1984. All folded fibe times to fit original mailing envelope with stamp and postoffice, mailed to Amsterdam.

EUR 300.00

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[#20174]

AU (ART UNIDENTIFIED) Tokyo, together with BRAINCELL, Osaka.

AU - AU 76 Poster AU [Art Unidentified]. Edited by Sumiko Kim. [1-1-10] Koshienguchi, Nishinomiya. Japan. 1986.4.1. One sheet [42 X 60 cm.] illustrated, printed in black, folded 5 times.

EUR 200.00

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Shozo Shimamoto, Misao Kusumoto, Yoyoi Yoshitome, Andrej Tisma, Robert Rehfeldt, Karster Matthes, Ryosuke Cohen, Sonja Krepp, Lutz Wohlrad etc. Posterformat 60x42cm, folded 10x21cm 100+ photographs of Shimamoto's travelling tour 1986 in 10 countries.

[#20122]

AU (MAIL ART NETWORK FOR THE CHILDREN)

Ryosuke COHEN + AU-Mail-Art Network. CHILDREN OF THE WORLD: 9-14 July 1985. Kyoto City Art Museum. Original stamp art on pink paper, 23 x 21 cm, folded for mailing. In the Original postmarked Envelope. With many rubberstamps, postagestamps, collage. Dated: Moriguchi 18.II.1985.

EUR 400.00

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Together with: -Kyoto City Art Museum, July '85. The catalog of the show, printed on poster size, with floorplan and the Alphabetical List of the participants. Printed b/w as an unnumbered issuen of AU, folded 4 times to 20,5x9 cm.

[#21083]

Edouard BAL

Amsterdam (NL), Stempelplaats (ca1979). Block of clay (5 x 8 x 2,55 cm.), stamped with air mail post office rubbers.

EUR 300.00

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[#20490]

Anna BANANA

Anna Banana & Bill Gaglione, Invite/ program Futurist Sound, Other Books and So, 29 september 1978, folded A4 size, Stamp in blue on backside

EUR 200.00

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[#21006]

Anna BANANA

Untitled (Crates of Yellow Bananas, Winter)

San Francisco, Self published, undated (c. 1979 ). Thick offwhite sheet, 35 x 28 cm. Hand rubber stamped in black, green and purple. Unique copy in very good condition, unsigned.

EUR 500.00

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[#21085]

BARON

The Baron Publicly Exhibits his Mail Box. BARON. Cleveland, OHIO; 1978. Invitation postcard 10,2 x 15,3 cm.

EUR 90.00

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Invitation addressed to Ulises Carrion

[#21092]

Vittore BARONI

Buon Compleanno V.B.! (Vittore Baroni). BUREAU de l’Art. Lucca (I), Bureau de l'Art, 1980. Flyer 30 x 21 cm, mimeogrphed on newsprint. Invitation to the Mail Art project.

EUR 80.00

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[#21007]

Vittore BARONI

Smell Yellow

No place, Self published, undated. White envelope, 11 x 7.5 cm, rubber stamped in colour on recto with the text ‘smell yellow’, verso contains a red stamp stating ‘Baroni Synthetic Internal Network’. Houses a small faux wood card, 5.5 x 9 cm, rubber stamped in various colours on both sides with an image and the text ‘feel purple taste green’. Mint copy.

EUR 100.00

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[#21121]

Peter van BEVEREN.

Beware, 1977. Original color photograph, 8.5 x 10.5 cm, mounted to a cardboard card, 21 x 15 cm. Artwork, edition of one copy, numbered 1/1 and signed recto on cardboard card at lower margin. In very good condition.

EUR 600.00

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[#21122]

Peter van BEVEREN.

A Peter van Beveren Special. Netherlands Antilles, Cabaron Press, 1978. Small perfume sample booklet including sample bottle (Farouche), containing two collaged thick white cards. One card printed with title and edition information. The other card has a rubber stamp of the editor, Cabaron Press di Korsow run by Dutch artist Hetty Huisman in Curacao, the date 1978 and an inscription in pencil 'For Ulises Carrion'. Unique work, edition of 1 numbered copy (1/1).

EUR 600.00

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[#20153]

Peter van BEVEREN.

The Archives. Art Information Centre Peter Van Beveren. Hasselt, Provinciaal Museum, 1981, (1),30,(1) lvs., 30 mounted or bound-in artists' contributions, published in 500 numb. copies (400), orig. giltlettered artificial leather, 4to.

EUR 1,000.00

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The Archives. Art Information Centre Peter Van Beveren. Hasselt, Provinciaal Museum, 1981, (1),30,(1) lvs., 30 mounted or bound-in artists' contributions, published in 500 numb. copies (400), orig. giltlettered artificial leather, 4to.

[#19548]

Peter van BEVEREN.

Art Information Festival Vleeshal (Townhall) Middelburg, Gemeentelijke Culturele Dienst Middelburg, 1975. Soft cover, orig. Yellow paper wrappers with metal order binder, texts in dutch and English, 234 pages.

EUR 1,200.00

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Contains mail art contributions from a wide variety of artists including Woody Van Amen, Ben d'Armagnac, Anna Banana, Robert Barry, Ben Vautier, Joseph Beuys, Stanley Brouwn, Dr. Brute, Peter Bulthius, Gerrit Dekker, Hans Peter Feldmann, Robert Filliou, Ken Friedman, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Marten Hendriks, Allan Kaprow, Ko de Jonge, Ulay, Soll Lewitt, Pieter Mol, Nahl Nucha, Arnulf Rainer, Dieter Roth, Allen Ruppersberg, Edward Ruscha, Robert Smithson, Jiri Valoch, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Wolf Vostell, Hans de Vries, Emmett Williams, and others.

[#19374]

BILE

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

EUR 3,500.00

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

[#21086]

Guy BLEUS

AirMail by Balloon. Wellen (B), Administrative Centre, (ca1978). Card 10 x 15 cm and balloon. Invitation to the Mail Art project.

EUR 120.00

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[#20339]

Guy BLEUS

World Art Atlas, W.A.A. Mail eArth Project, De Warande Turnhout Belgium, 1983 10 x 16.5 cm, 298 pages, Pocket edition, limited edition of 800 this is number 0109/800.

EUR 500.00

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Includes original envelope sent to Bart Boumans Published by Commissariaat-generaal voor de internationale culturele samenwerking, Brussels Catalogue including all contributions (received before 10th may 1982) for the Mail eARTh-project at the Warande in Turnhout Belgium. Some contributors are: Ulises Carrion, Bart Boumans, Guillaume Bijl, Robin Crozier, Ben Vautier, Ruth Wolf-Rehfeldt, Peter Below, Waclaw Ropiecki, Henrik Gajewski, Opal Nations, Dadaland

[#21088]

Paulo BRUSCKY

- 1° Festival de Invierno. Pernambuco, Brasil. Unicap 1978. Invitation flyer 30 x 20,5 cm. - 1a Exposiçao International de Arte Postal. Recife (BR), 1975. Invitation postcard 15 x 9,7 cm. - I Exposiçao Internacional de Sonhos. Recife, Pernambuco (BR), Unicap 1978. Invitation flyer 31 x 21,2 cm.

EUR 200.00

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[#19149]

BUZON DE ARTE

ARte de BuZon.

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#21008]

Henry BZDOK

Mail Art

Katowice (PL), Self published, 1979. Thin offwhite sheet, 29.5 x 21 cm, hand rubberstamped in dark purple and dark blue. Unique copy signed and dated. In very good condition with some hardly noticeable creases along top margin.

EUR 100.00

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[#17106]

CANBERRA TELEGRAPH.

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

EUR 250.00

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

[#18706]

CARE

a new mail-art magazine

No. 1, March 1982. Art Education. Loose sheets in an illustrated card cover; assembling. Kept in the orig. Mailing envelope. No. 60/75.

EUR 400.00

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Published at the Akademie voor Beeldende Kunst, Enschede. Bart Boumans "Be a Carefool". Loose contributions (ca. 40) by P.I.Paalvast, Wim Wiskerke, Mail art in varying media and sizes from The Netherlands and abroad. There were 13 issues published.( Pernecky/Magazine Network page 228.)

[#20859]

Ulises CARRIÓN

Other Books and So. Original Stationary and printed matter 1975-1980

Ulises Carrión (1941, San Andrés Tuxtla, Mexico - 1989, Amsterdam) was as a prolific artist, bookseller, theorist of the book, and curator. He founded the legendary bookshop and gallery Other Books and So in Amsterdam (1975-1979), the first of its kind dedicated to artists’ publications and mail art. The first OBAS space was located at Herengracht 227, in 1977 it moved to Herengracht 259. In 1979 the bookstore / gallery was closed and it became an archive, Other Books and So Archive (OBASA). It was based at Bloemgracht 121 and temporarily hosted at the artist’s home at the Ten Katestraat 53. Signature stationary was designed by Carrión for the various locations.

EUR 4,200.00

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-[CARRION] HENDRIX, Jan/HELLION, Martha. Other Books And So Moved. Amsterdam OBAS (1976). 64x48cm., silkscreen. OBAS moved from Herengracht 227 to 259. - Other Books and So Herengracht 259. Amsterdam, OBAS, 1975. Brown stationary sheet, 21 x 14.8 cm, with address information mimeographed in green ink. - Other Books and So Archives Bloemgracht 121. Amsterdam, OBASA, 1979. Stationary envelope, 22 x 11 cm, with header offset printed black on white. - Other Books and So Archives Ten Katestraat 53. Amsterdam, OBASA, undated c. 1979/1980. Stationary white sheet, 21 x 29.7 cm, containing an illustrated header offset printed in black. The address mentioned was the home of Ulises Carrion and Aart van Barneveld at the time, where they temporarily hosted the archive. - Other Books and So Archives Bloemgracht 121. Amsterdam, OBASA, 1979. White stationary sheet, 21 x 29.7 cm , offset printed in orange ink. - Other Books And So Archive Bloemgracht 121. Amsterdam, OBASA, 1980. Postcard, 14.2 x 10.5 cm, mentioning the address and opening times of OBASA. Offset printed both sides, black on white. - Archive. Amsterdam, OBASA, 1980. Postcard, 14.8 x 10.5 cm. Offset printed black on white. With address information and a rubberstamped text in red on verso ‘the archive is open, keep in touch’. - Table of Mail Art Works. Amsterdam, OBASA, 1980. Postcard, 14.8 x 10.5 cm, offset printed black on white. - Total Cancellation. Amsterdam, OBASA, 1979. Postcard, 14.8 x 10.5 cm, offset printed black on white. - Here & Now. Amsterdam, OBASA 1979. Postcard, 14.4 x 10.5 cm, offset printed black on white. All items in mint condition. - Ulises Carrion, E.A.M.I.S. (Erratic Art Mail International System). Amsterdam, OBAS, 1977. Grey A4 sheet, mimeographed in green ink, with a rubber stamped addition in red. Press announcement by Ulises Carrion proposing an alternative post system for mail art, with the post office based at the Herengracht 259 (Other Books and So) in Amsterdam. Signed in print by the artist as ‘Post Master’. Mint copy. - Ulises Carrion, Multiple Choice. Amsterdam, De Appel, 1981. Postcard, 14.8 x 10.5 cm, offset printed black on white. Photos by H. Hoffmann & Marike Stooker. The card was distributed at the Amsterdam Central station as part of the project ‘Art for the Millions’. Organized by De Appel, the participating artists were asked to develop new visual communication-strategies playing with the tension between the mass and the individual. Mint copy. - Ulises Carrion, Tasting Mail. Amsterdam, OBASA, 1981. Postcard, 12.7 x 9 cm, offset printed black on yellow stock. Famous photo of the artist ‘eating’ envelopes by John Liggins. Mint copy.

[#19614]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

Open Closed.

No place, no date (1979). Postcard, 15.5 x 10,5 cm. Original postcard, illustrated on one side with original red stamps, signed with stamp in red ink.

EUR 800.00

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[#19621]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

The Stampa Newspaper.

Amsterdam, Stempelplaats, Other Books an So Archive, 1980. Together with the invitation to participate, 1 sheet,33x47 cm, printed recot/verso.

EUR 1,500.00

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This is an unfinished newspaper,intended to be completely stamped, using original stamps of various artists. Two sheets, each 65 x 50 cm (unfolded) and 32.5 x 50 cm folded. In total 8 pages of which 4 are stamped. In total approx 58 stamps. Concept by Ulises Carrion. Paper colored bit yellow.

[#19619]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

Feedback Pieces.

Amsterdam, Print Gallery Pieter Brattinga, 1981. Sheet 21.7 x 30 cm printed both sides in black and orange on white stock, with 2 perforation holes on the left side. Participation call and preview invitation to a Mail Art exhibition by Ulises Carrión organised by Pieter Brattinga.

EUR 300.00

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Carrión dispersed this announcement by sending an envelope containing small torn pieces of this sheet. The receiver was asked to creatively assemble the pieces and send it back to be exhibited in the mail art show. Brattinga (1931-2004) was a Dutch graphic designer, gallerist and artistic director of the famous printing house Steendrukkerij De Jong & Co in Hilversum.

[#19618]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

Total cancellation 79 - Portrait - Stamp here and now.

Amsterdam, Other books an So Archive, 1979. Series of 3 postcards 14,2 x 15 cm (2x) and 14.7 x 10.5 cm. Printed black on white paper, in plain white envelope.

EUR 1,000.00

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Contains printed rubber stamp works by Ulises Carrion on recto and address information of Other Books and So Archive on verso.

[#20167]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

Namen en Adressen

Namen en adressen. Verbale, Visuele, en Luister Werken 1973-1980. Ulises Carrión : Names and Addresses, Verbal, Visual and Aural Work 1973-1980. Maastricht, Agora Studio, 1980. 1 volume 21 X 30cm., 30 pages, mostly printed recto only; kep together by a black plastic strip.

EUR 1,200.00

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Artist book, a sort of biography with a wealth of uinformation Together with the Invitation to the Exposition Ulises Carrión Names and Adresses at the Gallery East at the Art Institue of Boston. 1980. 1 sheet printed recto only, 21x30 cm., folded twice. Reproduced : Reina Sofia page 94.

[#19613]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

Artists’Postage Stamps and Cancellation Stamps Exhibition. A Mail-Art project by Ulises Carrión

Amsterdam, Stempelplaats, 1979. 1 illustrated sheet 21 x 15 cm printed on recto only. Invitation card to the exhibition at Stempelplaats taking place from July 21 to August 17 1979.

EUR 300.00

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[#19612]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

Alphabet.

Stockholm, Edition Embryo 1981. Postcard printed black on white, 15 x 10,5 cm. Titled Ulises Carrión Alphabet.

EUR 200.00

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[#19617]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

Tasting Mail.

Amsterdam, OBAS Archive, 1981. Postcard, 9.1 X 12.7 cm, printed black on yellow stock.

EUR 600.00

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Photographic image by John Liggins on recto featuring Ulises Carrión licking a stack of envelopes. Verso contains title, photo credit and address information of Other Books and So Archive. Together with No. 11 of Libellus edited by Guy Schraenen.

[#19616]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

Stamp Art. 200 artists. 27 April-15 May 1976.

Amsterdam, Other books and So, Herengracht 227, 1976. White card 15 x 10,5cm, illustrated with stamps in various colours printed on one side.

EUR 600.00

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Announcement card for the Stamp Art exhibition by 200 artists at Other Books and So, opening on April 27 1976 with a music performance by E. Carl.

[#19615]

Ulises CARRIÓN.

The "I-want-to-be-in-your-catalogue" card.

Amsterdam, Other Books and So Archive, 1982. Postcard printed black on white stock. 15.6 x 10.7 cm.

EUR 500.00

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Text on recto reads THE "I -want-to-be-in-your-catalogue-no-matter-what-the-theme-of-your-project-is" CARD BY U. CARRIÓN. Verso contains address information OBAS Archive.

[#21115]

Guglielmo Achille CAVELLINI [1914-1990]

== A group of 6 stickers: +Venezia - Palazzo Ducale 7 Sept- 27 Oct, 1978, diameter 10.5 cm. + Firenze- Galleria Uffizi, 23 Aug-27 Oct, 1978, diameter 10.5 cm. + Lettere, undated c. 1974, 13 x 10 cm. + Graffiti, umdated c. 1974, 12 x 11 cm. + Cavellini Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, 1981. 10 x 13 cm. + Informazione, undated c. 1980, 7.5 x 12.5 cm.

EUR 600.00

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[#19609]

Guglielmo Achille CAVELLINI [1914-1990]

==A group of 9 book publications: - Nemo Propheta in Patria. Brescia, Edizioni Nuovo Strumenti, 1978. 30 x 21 cm, 80 unpaginated pp. - Cavellini in California and in Budapest, Living-room show. Brescia, 1980. 78 pp. 29.5 x 30 cm. - Cimeli. Brescia (I), Edizioni Nuovi Instrumenti, 1974. 30x21 cm., 35pp. - Continuo la serie delle mie mostre a domicilio. Brescia (I), Edizioni Nuovi Instrumenti, 1975. 30x21 cm., softcovers, unpaginated. - The Diaries of G. A. Cavellini 1975. Johannes Gutenberg Editor, 1975. 30x21 cm. - 25 quadri della collezione Cavellini. Brescia (I), Nuovi Instrumenti 1976. 30x21 cm., softcovers, 80pp. Offset. Texts in German, French and English. First edition. - 1946-1976 In the Jungle of Art. Brescia (I), J. Gutenberg Editor 1977. 30x21 cm., softcovers, 89pp. Offset. First edition. - Autoritratti / Selfortraits / Autoportraits / Selbstporträts. Brescia(I), self-published 1981. 30x21cm., softcovers, unpaginated. Offset B&W and color. First edition. Introduction in Italian and English. - Nemo Propheta in Patria. Weserburg, Zentrum fur Kunstlerpublikationen, 2014. Brochure of exhibition curated by Guy Schraenen. 21 x 14.5 cm, 14 pp.

EUR 1,000.00

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[#21005]

Guglielmo Achille CAVELLINI [1914-1990]

Guglielmo A. Cavellini, 2 stickers, both in mint state. - Venezia Palazzo Ducale, 7 settembre-27 ottobre, 1978. Circular sticker (10.5 cm ø) printed in black, green and red on white. - Firenze Galleria Uffizi, 23 agosto-27 ottobre 1978. Circular sticker (10.5 cm ø) printed in black, green and red on white.

EUR 80.00

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[#21116]

Guglielmo Achille CAVELLINI [1914-1990]

== A group of cards: 1 cardset and 6 loose cards: Serie Artisti Anomali. Brescia, 1987. 7 postcards 15 x 12 cm in illustrated stiff wrapper. +Venezia - Palazzo Ducale 7 Sept - 27 Oct, undated c. 1974/75, 16 x 11 cm. Printed b/w. + Venezia - Palazzo Ducale 7 Sept - 27 Oct, undated c. 1974/75, 14.5 x 13.5 cm. + Ten Ways to make yourself famous, undated c.1974-5, 15 x 11 cm. + Cavellini's Ten Commandments, undated c. 1974/5, 15 x 11 cm. + Postcard destined to the cavellinean museum, undated c. 1974/5, 15 x 11 cm. + Venezia Palazzo Ducale, serie Autostoricizzazione, undated 1974/5, 15 x 14.5 cm.

EUR 500.00

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[#21113]

Guglielmo Achille CAVELLINI [1914-1990]

== A group of 3 posters: - Cavellini 1914-2014. International Postage 33, undated c. 1975/7]. Large poster 140 x 100 cm, with original stamp in blue ink, signed and dated in felttip pen "GAC, 1981". Folded in 8, with 2 scotch tape remnants on top edges. - Cavelini 1914-2014. Venezia-Palazzo Ducale. 7 settembre-27 octtobre, undated c. 1974/1975. Large poster, 100 x 70 cm with original stamps in black and 3 stickers "Decalogo di Cavellini", "G.A.C Power" et "Cavellini 1914-2014, Venezia-Palazzo Ducale. 7 settembre-27 octtobre". Signed and dated in cloured felttip "GAC, 1981". Folded in 8, good condition. - Cavellini 1914-2014. Lettere. International Postage 333 , undated c.1975/80. Poster, 80 x 60 cm, with original stamp in blue, signed and dated in coloured felttip, "GAC, 1981". Folded in 8.

EUR 1,200.00

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[#21114]

Guglielmo Achille CAVELLINI [1914-1990]

==A group of 8 white perforated sticker sheets printed with stamps: - International Postage 030 et 333, 25 x 35 cm, 18 poststamps of which 9 identical featuring a man on a throne, and 9 mentioning "Venezia Palazzo Ducale 7 settembre /27 ottobre". - De Chirico 1888-1988. International postage 333, 25 x 23 cm, 9 identical post stamps. - Van Gogh 1853-1953. International Postage 333, 23 x 25 cm, 9 identical post stamps, - Cezanne 1839-1939. International Postage 333, 23 x 23 cm, 9 identical post stamps. - International Postage 3, 26.5 x 23 cm, 16 identical post stamps. - International Postage 3, 24.5 x 35 cm. 18 identical post stamps "Rotella 1967". - Lettere. International Postage 333, 27.5 x 23 cm, 9 identical post stamps. - International Postage 333, 16.5 x 23 cm. 9 identical post stamps featuring James Collins

EUR 1,200.00

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[#19610]

Henri CHOPIN

Two signed letters from Henri Chopin to the publisher Guy Schraenen in Antwerp. One typed (29.5 x 21 cm) dated 5/3/74 and one autographed (22.5 x 17.5 cm) dated 12/4/74. In addition there is a unique NEW YEARS WISH dated 4.12.82 by Chopin to Guy Schraenen, handwritten in red feltpen on the reverse of a SHEET OF 42 FRENCH POSTAL STAMPS of 2 centimes (26 x 12 cm). It also mentions the postcard "Le Nez".

EUR 900.00

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This correspondence concerns the production of the postcard "Le Nez" (Je n'ose pas, 1973) by Chopin, which was one of the collection of "15 Cartes Postales de.." published by Schraenen in 1974. A copy of the postcard is included.

[#16213]

CLINCH

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). Genève, 1983-1985. 21x15 cm., stapled. Xerox, original stickers. Edition of 200 copies.

EUR 900.00

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Mail-art periodical, edited by Günther Ruch. No. 1: Mail-Performence; No. 2: Mail-Music; No. 3: Visual Poetry; No. 4: Utopia and Reality; No. 5: Mail Art History; No. 6: Endeless; No. 7: Mail Art Congress; No. 8: Sightseeing; No. 9:Restmaterial and No.10: The Last Issue

[#21099]

COMMONPRESS

Collection of 31 numbers of COMMONPRESS, a Mail Art project initiated in 1977 by the Polish artist Pawel Petasz, based on the concept of an art magazine with a floating editorship. Each issue was compiled by a different editor who circulated a call in the Mail Art network naming a special theme for the coming issue. In turn each contributor was encouraged to edit, print, and distribute a future periodical on a specific theme. During the thirteen years of the magazine’s history 32 numbers were actually published between Nos.1 to 56. The numbering is very erratic, and not always in chronological order. Issue No.7 was never published, the concluding issue No. 100 was published in 1989. 27 numbers are offered in this collection. Most issues were collated and printed low budget, comprising of Xeroxed sheets with some original additions. The edition size of Commonpress varied and is largely unknown, only the cited (numbered) edition size is mentioned in the list of offered issues. Pawel Petasz was the magazine’s coordinator until 1981. Martial law in Poland rendered this role impossible, hence his task was taken over by G. X. Jupitter-Larsen from Canada. The list of Commonpress editors feature a stunning 'who's who' from the international Mail Art community including Peter Below, Guy Bleus, Ulises Carrión, Adriano Spatola and Giulia Niccolai, Klaus Groh, Aart van Barneveld, Guy Schraenen, G. E. Marx Vigo, Vittore Baroni, Johan van Geluwe, György Galántai and Júlia Klaniczay et al.

EUR 28,000.00

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- No.1, Dec. 1977. Pawel Petasz. Arrière-Garde, Elblag, Poland. - No.2, March 1978, Open and Closed. Ko de Jonge. Key-Art editions, Middelburg, The Netherlands - No.3, 1978, Eroticsm and Art. Peter Below. Kitzingen, Germany. - No.5, 1978, Box, Boxing, Boxers. Ulises Carrion. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. - No.6, August 1978, Ideas on Wheels. Carioca. San Francisco, USA - No.8, Nov 1978, Positive-Negative. Hans Brög, Thomas Grünfeld and Hermann Sturm. Bergisch-Gladbach, Germany. - No.11, Dec 1978, Diary. Tommy Mew. Mt.Berry, Georgia, USA. - No.12, January 1979, White Lies. Robin Crozier. Sunderland Polytechnic, Sunderland, England. - No.15, 1979, Selfportraits. Aart van Barneveld. Stempelplaats, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. - No.16, 1979, Artists' Postage Stamps. Guy Schraenen. Antwerp, Belgium. - No.18, August 1979, Nudes on Stamps. E.F.Higgins III. Doo-Da Post, New York, USA. - No.19, 1979, Pigeons of Freedom. G.E. Marx Vigo. La Plata, Argentinia. - No.22, Oct 1979, You Can Know More Than You Can Tell. Steven Durland. Amherst, Massachusetts, USA. - No.23, 1979, Political Satire: Post Scriptum. Vittore Baroni. Forte dei Marmi, Italy. - No.25, Jan 1980, Ruins. Jane Ellen Gilmor. Cedar Rapids, USA - No.26, Feb 1980, Zen and Art. Nicola Frangione. Monza, Italy. - No.28, October 1981, Drawing Activity. Andrzej Wielgosz . Poznan, Poland. - No.32, August 1980. Areas of Artists’ Activities/Künstlerische Arbeitsfelder. Gebhard Eirich. Wulle Konsumkunst, Cologne, Germany. - No.33, July 1980, Meanwhile. Russell Butler. Gurdon, Arkansas USA. - No.36, 1980, Idea & Communication. Günther Ruch. Geneva, Switzerland. - No.39, 1981, Homosexuality. Christoph Machert. MachArt kunstproduktion, Witten, Germany - No.41,1983, Mutual Illumination. Bernhard Suin de Boutemard, Lindenfels/Odenwald, Germany. - No.46, 1982. Photoboothpicture/ Automatenfotos. Angelika Schmidt. Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany. - Call sheet for No.47, 1981, Material Metamorphosis. Postcard mailed by Chuck Welch (editor No.47) from Omaha Nebraska USA to Peter Below in Kitzinger Germany. - No.48, 1982, Selfexamination. Carsten Schmidt-Olsen. Djørring, Denmark. - Call sheet for No.50, 1982, Synthesism. Postcard sent by R. Walsh (editor No.50) from Gulport, Florida to Klaus Groh in Germany. - No. 51, 1984/1989, International Hungary. Gyorgy Galantai. Artpool, Budapest, Hungary. - No.53, 1984, The Dictionary. Klaus Peter-Fürstenau. Frankfurt am Main, Germany. - No.55, March 1984, Mail Art About Mail Art. John Held jr. Richland College, Dallas, Texas, USA. - No.56, September 1984, C.P. 56/ Microfiche catalogue. Guy Bleus. Stedelijk Museum het Toreke, Tienen, Belgium. - No.64, 1986. Ein Berliner im Pariser; wenn Mail-artisten kalauern. Peter Küstermann. Minden, Germany

[#19549]

Robin CROZIER

Views never compiled and edited by Robin Crozier. Sunderland, Self Published, 1983. Mail Art assembling publication by Robin Crozier (1936-2001), regarded as one of the most significant British Mail Artists. Brown A4 portfolio with the cover featuring a handwritten title and date in blue marker and Crozier’s address information rubber stamped in black. Contained are 51 loose stencilled pages printed b/w both sides, with various taped or stapled inserts such as cut outs from colour photos, magazine clippings and postcards. The first sheet provides information and a list of 50 contributors. The project consisted of re-worked replies to Crozier’s request to send a specific ‘view’. European contributors were asked to send a view of a particular town picked by Crozier, South Americans had to send a view from their window, North Americans were asked to walk 200 paces and describe the view. The portfolio was made in an edition of 60, one for each contributor and 10 for Crozier. This copy derives from the collection of Dutch artist Bart Boumans who was one of the contributors. The receival date of the publication is noted on the interior of the folder by Boumans (March 20 1983). Contributions by: Ubaldo Giacomucci (Italy), Angelika Kaufmann (Austria), Metallic Avau (Belgium), Steen Møller Rasmussen (Denmark), Marcia Cardeal (Brasil), Bart Boumans and Willy Scholte (Holland), Robert Swierkiewicz (Hungary), Ruggero Maggi (Peru), Horus co/Llys Dana and Jean Luc Moulene (France), Patricia Munoz (Argentinia), Geza Perneczky (West Germany) among others. The Portfolio has usual agewear, tiny tears and creasing, the artists pages are very good. - Two doublesided stencilled A4 sheets from the series My/Your Fingerprints, with fingerprints and added handwritten notes by Crozier. One sheet was sent to Bart Boumans on Jan 1 1982, which includes the request to send material for the publication ‘Views’. ‘When I write to people I am asking them to send me a view (any size, shape or medium) of a town near where they live. For you, I have decided that you are living (sometimes) in Enschede and so please send me a view of Lonneker. When I have received enough material I print a book and I will mail a copy to you.’ Apparently Boumans did not go all the way to Lonneker, but contributed a view from a village near his hometown Amsterdam instead. The second sheet contains a similar note to Willy Scholte dated 25 4 1982, asking her for a view of Zaandam. A collection of various Mail Art projects 1981-1982 - A letter to Carl Loeffler. Stencilled handwritten letter from Robin Crozier to Loeffler dated 7:5:81. Ten A4 sized pages printed both sides, folded in 3. Original envelope featuring the handwritten title ‘A letter to Carl Loeffler’ and Crozier’s address. Contains an interesting text by Crozier as a reply to Loefller’s question to send some ‘overview type stuff for the Book on Correspondence Art’. Robin Crozier took it all the way, in one sentence (lasting 20 pages) he gives and overview of his network of correspondence artists in alphabetical order interwoven with short comments and/or gossip. The result is an elaborate, personal and humorous who’s who in the international mail art/ correspondence scene. The letter was sent around as a mail art project, and is also held in the Lomholt collection. Carl Eugene Loeffler (1946-2001) was founder and director of one of the first alternative artist-run organizations in California, La Mamelle/Art Com in San Francisco (1975-1995). As artist and publisher, Loeffler produced books on performance art and correspondence art, and the periodicals Art Contemporary/Art Com Magazine, Videozine, Audiozine and Imagezine - Catalogue of the Slide Collection. A4 sheet sent to Willy Scholte, with Scholte’s contribution for the project highlighted with a small drawing, signed by Crozier in pink marker. The sheet functions as ‘the first catalogue of the Slide Collection’ which was a Mail Art type project which was organised by Robin Crozier as part of his course in contemporary studies at Sunderland Polytechnic. The sheet listed the contributors sending in slides for the project, the amount of slides they had sent and a description of one of the slides. For example: Guy Schraenen-1- Blue finger print. John Furnival-19-A to Z consumer goods. Magali Lara-37-bathrooms- Anna Banana-3- Going Bananas Fashion Contest. - Dear Friends 2:1:79. Alternative catalogue for the ‘Blue show in Iceland’ organized by Robin Crozier at Galleri Sudurgata Reykjavik in 1978. 3 A4 stencilled sheets folded in 3 for mailing purposes, featuring a list of contributors and a description of the work they sent in for the exhibition. - Arts Day celebration. Stencilled A4 b/w invitation flyer to participate in the art event organized by Dick Rainer and Robin Crozier at Backhouse Gallery Sunderland, sent to Willy Scholte. Poststamped 7.5.1982, folded in 3, with some adhesive tape remnants. - Artestudio, Fragments. Two announcement posters, A3 & A4 stencilled b/w, for the exhibition ‘Fragments’ by Robin Crozier at Artestudio, Bergamo Italy 6-19 feb 1982. Both posters folded for mailing purposes.

EUR 1,500.00

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The project consisted of re-worked replies to Crozier’s request to send a specific ‘view’. European contributors were asked to send a view of a particular town picked by Crozier, South Americans had to send a view from their window, North Americans were asked to walk 200 paces and describe the view. The portfolio was made in an edition of 60, one for each contributor and 10 for Crozier. This copy derives from the collection of Dutch artist Bart Boumans who was one of the contributors. The receival date of the publication is noted on the interior of the folder by Boumans (March 20 1983). Contributions by: Ubaldo Giacomucci (Italy), Angelika Kaufmann (Austria), Metallic Avau (Belgium), Steen Møller Rasmussen (Denmark), Marcia Cardeal (Brasil), Bart Boumans and Willy Scholte (Holland), Robert Swierkiewicz (Hungary), Ruggero Maggi (Peru), Horus co/Llys Dana and Jean Luc Moulene (France), Patricia Munoz (Argentinia), Geza Perneczky (West Germany) among others. The Portfolio has usual agewear, tiny tears and creasing, the artists pages are very good. - Two doublesided stencilled A4 sheets from the series My/Your Fingerprints, with fingerprints and added handwritten notes by Crozier. One sheet was sent to Bart Boumans on Jan 1 1982, which includes the request to send material for the publication ‘Views’. ‘When I write to people I am asking them to send me a view (any size, shape or medium) of a town near where they live. For you, I have decided that you are living (sometimes) in Enschede and so please send me a view of Lonneker. When I have received enough material I print a book and I will mail a copy to you.’ Apparently Boumans did not go all the way to Lonneker, but contributed a view from a village near his hometown Amsterdam instead. The second sheet contains a similar note to Willy Scholte dated 25 4 1982, asking her for a view of Zaandam. A collection of various Mail Art projects 1981-1982 - A letter to Carl Loeffler. Stencilled handwritten letter from Robin Crozier to Loeffler dated 7:5:81. Ten A4 sized pages printed both sides, folded in 3. Original envelope featuring the handwritten title ‘A letter to Carl Loeffler’ and Crozier’s address. Contains an interesting text by Crozier as a reply to Loefller’s question to send some ‘overview type stuff for the Book on Correspondence Art’. Robin Crozier took it all the way, in one sentence (lasting 20 pages) he gives and overview of his network of correspondence artists in alphabetical order interwoven with short comments and/or gossip. The result is an elaborate, personal and humorous who’s who in the international mail art/ correspondence scene. The letter was sent around as a mail art project, and is also held in the Lomholt collection. Carl Eugene Loeffler (1946-2001) was founder and director of one of the first alternative artist-run organizations in California, La Mamelle/Art Com in San Francisco (1975-1995). As artist and publisher, Loeffler produced books on performance art and correspondence art, and the periodicals Art Contemporary/Art Com Magazine, Videozine, Audiozine and Imagezine - Catalogue of the Slide Collection. A4 sheet sent to Willy Scholte, with Scholte’s contribution for the project highlighted with a small drawing, signed by Crozier in pink marker. The sheet functions as ‘the first catalogue of the Slide Collection’ which was a Mail Art type project which was organised by Robin Crozier as part of his course in contemporary studies at Sunderland Polytechnic. The sheet listed the contributors sending in slides for the project, the amount of slides they had sent and a description of one of the slides. For example: Guy Schraenen-1- Blue finger print. John Furnival-19-A to Z consumer goods. Magali Lara-37-bathrooms- Anna Banana-3- Going Bananas Fashion Contest. - Dear Friends 2:1:79. Alternative catalogue for the ‘Blue show in Iceland’ organized by Robin Crozier at Galleri Sudurgata Reykjavik in 1978. 3 A4 stencilled sheets folded in 3 for mailing purposes, featuring a list of contributors and a description of the work they sent in for the exhibition. - Arts Day celebration. Stencilled A4 b/w invitation flyer to participate in the art event organized by Dick Rainer and Robin Crozier at Backhouse Gallery Sunderland, sent to Willy Scholte. Poststamped 7.5.1982, folded in 3, with some adhesive tape remnants. - Artestudio, Fragments. Two announcement posters, A3 & A4 stencilled b/w, for the exhibition ‘Fragments’ by Robin Crozier at Artestudio, Bergamo Italy 6-19 feb 1982. Both posters folded for mailing purposes.

[#15475]

DATA FILE

A consecutive run (24 issues) of this mail-art quarterly, an assembling from contributor's submissions. Los Angeles, 1983-1989.The issues were numbered by the letters of the alphabet, and run from A to XX) there were two more projected (Y and Z) but we are unsure if they asctually were produced.. Added are three Postcards (Richard Meade, Visuelle Daten, Kassel, West Germany, and a portfolio "88", Tragbare Data 2. Okt.1988). Two of the original envelopes are preserved. According to Pernecky, p. 165 there were 26 numbers published and Y(ourself) and Z(ero) would thus be missinbg.

EUR 1,300.00

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Edited by Richard Meade. Each issue was devoted to a theme starting with the letters of the alphabet , i.e. issue 1 "Animals", 2 "Baggage", 3 "Couple", 4 "Death", 5 "Erotic", and so on. Each issue limited to 150 copies. This run goes on through the letter "XX" (there were two more projected issues, Y and Z). Issue "Weird" includes the Frank Gehry page, apparently missing in some copies. The Portfolio Tragbare Daten is by Richard Meade, Vänci Stirneman, Victoria Zapata (signed). (Pernecky Géza, A Háló, page 53).

[#21029]

Mirtha DERMISACHE

4 cartes postales. Antwerp, Guy Schraenen éditeur, 1978 . Four postcards, 10.5 x 14.8 cm, printed both sides with signature graphics by Argentinian artist Mirtha Dermisache (1940 – 2012). Housed in a printed folded card with title on front cover and publisher’s information on interior of back cover. This is a copy of the unlimited edition, without glassine envelope. In very good condition.

EUR 150.00

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[#20325]

Pier van DIJK

37 Items

Pier van Dijk/RobertJoseph, all 37 items below: - Pier van Dijk, series of handcoloured cards Serie van 4 unieke kaarten, met hand gekleurde vlakken, aantekeningen met potlood -‘herfst’ 1976 verzonden op 22-9-1976, 22.48 uur, pqr uitgave 11 a september 1976, 9/25 -‘herfst’ 1976 verzonden op 10-10-1976, 22.48 uur, pqr uitgave 11 a september 1976, 9/25 -‘herfst’ 1976 verzonden op 15-11-1976, pqr uitgave 11 a september 1976, 9/25 -‘herfst’ 1976 verzonden op 3-12-1976, pqr uitgave 11 a september 1976, 9/25 Pier van Dijk, ‘gestempelt auf dem rhytmus der ersten zwei takte der ‘fünften symphonie’. Uitgever: Hengelo : PQR, 1979. Mail-art, kaart ,11x15 cm. Ansichtkaart met stempels en teksten. PQR, uitgave 61b, juni 1979. Pier van Dijk, 9 postcards - Piet Mondria(a)n died new york/ pier van dijk born amsterdam February 1 1944, signed in pencil 1980 - Postal strike, PQR 105 sept 1981, signed & stamped nov 7 1983, ed 33/40, send to Willy Scholte - My first mail art piece after my fourth stay in Poland, 12/15 signed and stamped feb 20 1983 - Otherwise you would have got this card by post, perhaps! Postcard published on the occasion of the mail artists encounter ICC Antwerp October 3-4 1981, PQR 103, 14.7 x 10.5 cm, signed and stamped june 7 1984. Torn out part. Send to Willy Scholte. - Autum, 1981, written and posted in Hengelo on September 23, 1981, 5.05 am, no 6/9, signed, send to Willy Scholte - A white sheet of paper, invite signed, PQR 123, December 1981, send to Willy Scholte - The end of the Game? Signed and stamped jan 14 1984, 18/25, send to Willy Scholte - Smile, Pier van Dijk/ Waclaw Ropiecki, writing action, Hengelo September 2 1981, PQR 109, 1981 - Zilverdraden tussen ‘t goud, 1976, PQR uitgave 83, oktober 1980, met opdracht voor Willy Scholte, dubbele kaart/kleurendruk Pier van Dijk, postcard Otherwise you would have got this card by post, perhaps! Published on the occasion of the mail artists encounter ICC Antwerp October 3-4 1981,14.7 x 10.5 cm, signed and stamped 3 oktober 1981, PQR 103 Pier van Dijk, postcard What is stamp-art now? Question and answer 1981, stamping action, PQR 107, October 2 1981 Pier van Dijk, postcard Ze waren heerlijk, 1980, verzonden 4 nov 1980 aan Willy Scholte/Stempelplaats Pier van Dijk, postcard 1985 my first sabbatical year, signed and dated verso, 25 sept 1985, send to Willy Scholte Pier van Dijk, De Volkskrant, international mail-art project: - grote bedrukte envelope, 37 x 26 cm, ‘de volkskrant’, international mail-art project, deadline September 30 1981. Met inhoud deelnemerslijst (A4 recto verso) mbt ‘de volkskrant’, international mail-art project van pier van dijk - grote poster 58 x 42 cm (gevouwen in 4) zw met rode opdruk mail art - grote poster 58 x 42 cm (gevouwen in 4) zw. ‘de volkskrant’, internationale mail-artexpositie 16 okt t/m 6 nov 1981 bij de volkskrant Wibaustraat - aankondiging internationale mail art expositie dec 1981-jan 1982 Galerie ‘t Langhuis Zwolle. A4. Pier van Dijk PQR 121 dec 1981 - aankondiging internationale mail art expositie Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, 15 feb- 13 maart 1982. Wat 169 kunstenaars uit 23 landen in September deden met de krant van maandag 24 augustus 1981. Deelnemers lijst. A4 dubbelzijdig, gevouwen. PQR 129, feb 1982 Pier van Dijk, Poland 3, Travelling exhibition 1982, A3 gevouwen, zwarte inkt op bruin papier, text photos design pier van dijk, translation Michael gibbs, edition 1000, date of publication December 1 1982 Pier van Dijk/ Niels Olesen, Glass Recycling, mail-art project 1983, 42 x 29,5 cm, black text and photos on heavy green recycled paper, folded in 3. Design photos and text pier van dijk, edition 250, date may 1984 Pier van Dijk, mail artists encounter ICC Antwerp 3-4 october 1981, A4 recto verso folded in airplane mode, blue and red stamps and stickers added, pqr 115, September 1981 Pier van Dijk, ‘a white sheet of paper’ international mail-art project van pier van dijk, librije hedendaagse kunst Zwolle april-mei 1982 Pier van Dijk, Take a sheet, 1981 stampaction, published by Stempelplaats, A4 folded as envelope text recto/text stamp verso, 3 cards 15 x 21 cm (2 printed, 1 blank) Pier van Dijk / Robert Joseph, postcard de aardappeleters’, een hommage aan vincent van gogh, pqr, uitgave 9/8 a, November 1975 Pier van Dijk / Robert Joseph, boekomslag pier van dijk/Robert joseph, boek visuele poëzie, ‘ stofomslag’, 1978, pqr uitgave 53/20, oktober 1978. Aan binnenzijde stofomslag vermelding Other Books & So tentoonstelling 17 okt- 4 november 1978 Pier van Dijk / Robert Joseph, gedicht met twee stoelen, kunstenaarsboek van performance 1976, 30 x 21 cm, 9 pp, zw/w foto’s, pqr uitgave 67/30, november 1979, uitgegeven ihkv tentoonstelling ‘beelden/installaties/performances’ te Hengelo in 1979. Performance voor het eerst uitgevoerd in Poëziehuis Duiven 18 juni 1976, ‘s avonds, buiten Pier van Dijk / Robert Joseph, invitation, Zoeken naar het middelpunt, Kunstcentrum Badhuis, Gorinchem januari 1980 Pier van Dijk / Robert Joseph, uitnodigingsposter (in 6 delen gevouwen) tentoonstelling ‘t Langhuis Zwolle, maart 1980, 42 x 29,5 cm Pier van Dijk / Robert Joseph, the 12th international sound poetry festival, New York, april 11-20 1980. A4 format, stamped 17 apr.1980, send to Lily van Ginneken De Volkskrant Pier van Dijk / Robert Joseph, invitation, Handdrukken IV, 1980, De Gele Rijder, Arnhem, A4 formaat, 2 zijdig Pier van Dijk / Robert Joseph, invitation, Meetings, Galleri Guld, Skagen Denmark may 1981, PQR 93/54, send to Willy Scholte 18 mei 1981

EUR 1,500.00

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[#19588]

EL DJARIDA

KUNST/MUSIKK/LITTERATUR 1985 – 1990. Numbers 1-8. Artists’ Magazine published by Idiot Press, Trondheim, Norway Folded “newspaper”, 41.5 x 25 cm, each 20 – 30 page. B+w and color offset. 8 issues:

EUR 1,800.00

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Illustrated mail art and graphic magazine.Texts in Norwegian, English, German. -1. PROOFNUMBER (rare) - 2. ART ATTACK - 3. REALLY REAL SERIOUSNESS ARTBEAT - 4. PROPAGANDA (Geza Pernecky, Vittore Baroni) - 5. MAIL ART MANIFEST - 6. THE WORDLESS MAGAZINE (encl. is a personal letter of the editor and a leaflet w. infos) - 7. BURIAL ISSUE. Anthology about Mail Art. Theory + texts by: Monty Cantsin, Steve Perkins, M. Bloch, G. Bleus, Al Ackerman, H. Mittendorf, G. Perneczky and othersl). Loosely enclosed is a small paper multiple. - 8. FLUXUS Performance Workbook. 1990.Ed. Kan Friedman. Together (in very fine condition). Ref. Perneczky.Magazine Network, Cologne, 1993. page 131, 146, 212, 233

[#18698]

DOC(K)S

Nos. 1-86 (all published,complete set except for No.71/75 ), 1976-1987. Collection in the original illustrated card wrappers, some slight rubbings to the spines, but a set in generally excellent condition, composed as follows: No 1/4. juin 1976 No. 5/6. mars 1977 No. 7/8. juillet 1977 No. 9/11. déc. 1977 No. 12/14. été 1978 No. 15/18. juin 1979 No. 23/26. été 1980 No. 27/34. hiver 1980 No. 35/40. hiver 80(?) No. 41/45. Hiver 1981/82: Poemes & Art en Chine. Les "non-officiels". No. 46/49. ETE 1982. No. 50/53. AUTOMNE 1982. No. 54/ 59. 1983. No. 60/65. Hiver 1983/84: British DocksGrands Bretons. No. 66/70. Hiver 84. Les Quebecois. No. 71/75.1985 Italie. Lacking] No.76/79. 1986. Australie. No. 80-86 hiver 1987. Portugal. Added: Special Post Card (Décembre 1978) + Spécial Post Card: Destinataire Paris.

EUR 4,000.00

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The first (and principal) series of this essential periodical on concrete and visual poetry, founded and directed in this period by Julien Blaine, succeeding the Carnets de l'Octeor, Approches and Robho. Volumes mostly dedicated to a geographical zone (Amérique Latine, Japon, Catalogne, Corse, Russie, etc) or a special theme: No. 27/34 "Grand Virage", panorama of the groups in France. Complete with the special Postcard numbers: - spécial Postcard de décembre 1978 : recueil de 120 cartes postales d'artistes comme Chopin, Cobbing, Dachy, Deisler, Hubaut, Nanucci, Sarenco, Le Sidaner, Spatola, etc. - Special Postcard "Destinataire Paris", Le Vert-Galant. A cardboard case with loose postcard included.

[#21010]

Jerry DREVA

Homage to Tut

No place, Self published, 1978. Cut out card, 23 x 7 cm, with b/w image of Jerry Dreva in a coffin. Title, date and name of the artists and photographer (Gartzke) rubber stamped on the back. Very good copy.

EUR 150.00

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[#20495]

EDITION HUNDERTMARK.

Kunstenaarsedities en kunstenaarsboeken Edition Hundertmark, Tentoonstelling Stedelijk Museum Schiedam april-mei 1980 Press release, flyer, press picture Tomas Schmit

EUR 100.00

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[#17092]

EDITION HUNDERTMARK

Booklet (s)

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

EUR 600.00

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

[#16599]

EPHEMERA

A monthly journal of mail and ephemeral works.

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

EUR 3,500.00

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

[#16910]

ESPOSIZIONE INTERNAZIONALE. ARTE POSTALE. MAIL ART. ARTE CORREO.

(Exhibition Poster)

Biblioteca Communale, Forte Dei Marmi, Italy. September 1-16, 1979. Poster. Folded. 27,5 x 19,5"

EUR 300.00

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Done by Vittore Baroni. Dark green silkscreen printed on brown paper.

[#19684]

EXPERIMENTA

Poesia Experimental. Galeria Daniel.

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#20342]

EXPOSITION INTERNATIONALE DE TAMPONS

march 20- april 3 1981 I.S.E.L.P. (Institut supérieur pour l’etude du langage plastique) Brussels, 1981 242 pages A4 (partly paginated), photocopies b&w, cardboard wrapper binding with 2 rings (wrapper slighltly torn at one hole). Mail art contributions, including collection of Herve Fischer and Stempelplaats information. Contributors ao Ben Vautier, Ulises Carrion, Ko de Jonge, Robert Joseph, Pier van Dijk, Robert Filliou, Galantai, Claudio Goulart, Graciela Gutierrez Marx, Robert Jacks, Geza Perneczky, Guy Schraenen, Endre Tot, Peter van Beveren Includes neon green note with compliments of Institut supérieur pour l’etude du langage plastique I.S.E.L.P.

EUR 500.00

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[#19332]

FANDANGOS

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

Nos. 1-11 (December 1973)-1978, which is the complete set of Fandangos proper. It was then followed by (and offered here together with six unnumbered issues. For identification purposes we have provisonally numbered these between brackets (12)-(15), (17). Maastricht, Agora-Studios, n.d.(1980)- 1982. Various sizes. With the rare EXTRA - issue, 1973.

EUR 8,000.00

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

[#17112]

FETICHE JOURNAL.

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

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#18925]

FRONT

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

EUR 350.00

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

[#19974]

FRONT

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

EUR 350.00

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

[#21009]

Bill GAGLIONE

Gaglione 1940 - 2040

Amsterdam, Stempelplaats, 1981. Newsprint sheet, 22 x 16 cm, rubberstamped in red, black and purple. Contains a red stamp of Stempelplaats and a purple stamp ‘Gaglione 1940-2040’. Edition of 50 copies, numbered 28/50 in red pen below the stamps. Very good.

EUR 150.00

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[#21094]

Bill GAGLIONE

fLuXfEsT 95

San Francisco, CA, Stamp Art Gallery, 1995. Sheet 28 x 21 cm, 20 artistamps, offset and green rubber stamp, perforated, glued. Edition size unknown. Signed by Gaglione in green ink.

EUR 200.00

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[#21095]

Bill GAGLIONE

International Artistamps

San Francisco, CA, Stamp Art Galleriy, 1995. Sheet of 20 artisstamps 27,8 x 21 cm, offset red, perforated, glued. Edition size unknown.

EUR 200.00

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Stamp design by Robin Crozier.

[#20741]

György GALÁNTAI

Art Pool Budapest, 1988. 29.5 x 21 cm, 28 unnumbered pages, illustrations b&w and colour. Exhibition catalogue, editor György Galantai, text by Peter Esterhazy, text in Hungarian and English.

EUR 300.00

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The exhibition took place at Váci Görög Templomban, oct 2 – nov 10 1988.

[#21123]

Michael GIBBS

Extinction

Amsterdam, In-Out Productions, 1974. Stapled booklet, 10.5 x 15 cm, 8pp. Small artist's book containing 6 printed photographs of a performance project, published to coincide with the artist's exhibition Language Operations at In-Out Center Amsterdam in March 1974. The cover features a repetition of the rubber stamped title Extinction. Edition of 25, signed and numbered No.13 on the back cover. No rust on the staples. Rare item in good condition. Plus: Extinction. Amsterdam, 1974. Handmade prototype for the artists' book published by In-Out Productions to coincide with Gibb's show at the artists' space In-Out Center. Thick white sheets, 10.5 x 15 cm, 8 pp. hand stitched together with red string. Features handwritten text in ink, pencil and white paint and 6 mounted images on photographic paper. Unique and rare item in very good condition.

EUR 1,000.00

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[#20478]

Claudio GOULART.

2 stamped and stapled cards from Claudio Goulart to Willy Scholte, 1982, one invitation Festival de Stad Arnhem 1983 Bus project Gele Rijder

EUR 200.00

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[#15905]

HALF-LIFE NETWORK MAGAZINE

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

EUR 850.00

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

[#18101]

HANGUPS

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

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#21091]

John HELD Jr.

Performance by John Held. Hiroshima Japan August 2. Published in Dallas, TX, 1988. Gummed handbill 19,7 x 29,7 cm. Offset red, blue and black.

EUR 150.00

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"Mail Art is just a big back and forth without bombs"

[#20739]

Jan HENDERIKSE

Brooklyn Bridge 100 years

New York 1983. Artist publication, edition of 300. Folded card, 10 x 28 cm open, 10 x 14 cm folded. Fold out harmonica style leporello with black & white pictures of Brookyn bridge. Includes letter to Bart Boumans by Jan Henderikse, march 1983, plus original envelope.

EUR 1,000.00

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Mail Art/Artist's Book by Jan Henderikse, a Dutch artist and member of the Avant Garde Nul Group. A mix of mail art / ephemera / artist's book. Folded card opens to information about Henderikse's about-to-be-published book Broadway Book. Opposite that is an 8 fold piece with 13 photos and text about the Brooklyn Bridge. The piece was mailed from New York to Amsterdam and the cover includes cancelled stamp and mailing label. All images black and white photocopy.

[#12187]

Michel HOSSZÚ

Homage to Andy Warhol.

1987. 6 color stamps (each in a different colour) individually mounted on dark gray card-board. Stamps: 5 x 3 cm; cardboard: 44,7 x 31,7 cm.

EUR 1,500.00

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Printed title and stamped number 000095 in an unspecified edition on front, lower edge; printed artist's stamp with title, date and artist's name, stamped date and artist's signature in pencil on reverse, lower right. The image is that of Andy Warhol's 1967 self-portrait.

[#12188]

Michel HOSSZÚ

Andy Warhol 1930-1987.

(Paris) Editions MH', 1987. Unperforated sheet of 25 four-color silkscreen stamps on white card stock with printed perforation. Stamps: 5 x 3 cm; cardboard: 27, 3 x 18, 1 cm.

EUR 1,500.00

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Stamped 000044 in an unspedified edition on lower right edge; signed in pencil along right edge. Mounted on 47,3 x 33,8 cm white mat. The image is Andy Warhol's 1967 self-portrait. During this American episode, where he hangs out at the FACTORY and rubs shoulders with the avant-garde of his time, he discovers screen printing and photography. On his return to France in 1966, in addition to a painful passage under the flags, compulsory conscription, in terms of artistic production, the company was not as progressive as on the other side of the Atlantic and no one expected it.

[#21032]

ICC (INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL CENTER) ANTWERP

International Mail Art FestivaL (Guy Schraenen)

ICC Antwerp, Collection regarding the International Mail Art Festival, October 1981. Includes: ICC bulletin 5/81, International Mail Artists Encounter October. Edited by Guy Schraenen. Antwerp, Ministerie Van Nationale Opvoeding en Cultuur, 1981. No Binding, 21 x 29 cm, 4 pp, b/w illustrations with various added stamps in red. Text in Dutch. Folded twice for mailing purposes. + The same ICC bulletin 5/81 with annotations in blue pen, housed in an envelope addressed to the Dutch Mail Art artist Willy Scholten. The envelope is heavily decorated with coloured rubber stamps, a regular Belgian postage stamp and a stamped address of Guy Schraenen, postmarked February 1982. + Aeropus 1, collective sound composition, 1981. Postcard 10.5 x 15 cm, printed black on white recto and verso. Aeropus took place during the International Mail Art Festival organized by Guy Schraenen at ICC Antwerp. The card was meant to be treated with a contribution and send to Schraenen, to be projected as slides as part of the sound project. Tiny stain on recto, else a good copy. + Aeropus 1 announcement flyer, 30 x 21 cm, printed on thick yellow paper. On verso a programme announcement of the general International Mail Art Festival, with ‘Non stop’ mail art workshops, lectures, video and performances by Groh, Lomholt, Carrion, Summers, Gajewski, Boumans, Goulart and others. + Two labels promoting the Antwerp International Mail Artists Encounter, ICC Antwerp, Oct 1981. Hand stamped cards, 12.5 x 6 cm, on thick green paper with a perforation hole, red sticker and red string. + Surprise envelope (free), Antwepp (sic) International Mail Artist Festival ICC. Glued white envelope, 25 x 18 cm, containing a blue printed text on recto and red and black stamps on verso (one by Bart Boumans). Housed inside is a blue card with a postal address to which it should be returned in order to get a gift. This is a signed copy numbered 41/150 in pencil on recto. + Pier van Dijk, two folded airplane flyers published on the occasion of the Mail Art-ists Encounter at the ICC Antwerp, October 1981. Folded A4 size paper printed blue and white print with various rubber stamps in purple and pink, stamped Oktober 4 1981. One airplane features the text ‘ especially folded for Bart’. Derived from the collection of Bart Boumans. + Two postcards with an image of the Royal Palace on recto and ICC information on verso, 10.5 x 15 cm. One card features a stamp in red by Anne & Guy Schraenen and a blue stamp of the International Mail Artist Festival, the other card has a blue stamp of The Museum of Museums (by Johan van Geluwe). + Two information sheets sent to Willy Scholte by Guy Schraenen, December 21 1981. One sheet announces the definite date for the Antwerp International Mail Art Festival, the other asks for participation in the exhibition Artists Postage Stamps at the Musée Postal in Brussels which is planned for January 1982. The latter features a hand added stamp saying ‘urgent’ and a handwritten note plus a postage stamp by Scholte. The envelope shows the logos of ICC/ Archive of Small Press & Communication and has rubber stamps by ICC, Anne and Guy Schraenen, and the text ‘best wishes for 1982’. + Additional ephemera regarding mail art projects by Guy Schraenen in 1982. Includes: Eye-Land Museum, Guy Schraenen éditeur, Antwerp, 1982. Offwhite sheet, 29.7 x 21 cm, with text and a coloured stamp of an eye. Announcement for a project directed by Guy Schraenen in Antwerp. Contributors: Klaus Groh, Pawel Petasz, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Robin Crozier, Paulo Bruscky. ‘Eye-Land Museum is a collection of several thousands of Art Works memorized via my EYE.’ Mint copy. + Press release sent February 1 1982 announcing the exhibition Mail (art) stamps at Postmuseum Brussels, curated by Guy Schraenen. Typed text on white A4 sheet. Folded twice for mailing purposes. + Announcement flyer for the exhibition Electro-Copy-Work at Guy Schraenen’s Archive for Small Press & Communication in Antwerp in May 1982. A4 sheet printedblack on white paper, with the word ‘invitation’ stamped in red. Folded twice for mailing purposes. + Black Book Slow Mail action versus Guy Schraenen, February 1982. Stenciled letter and memo on pink paper housed in an envelope sent by Jaques (Jaak) de Koninck from Slow-Mail. The letter was meant as a (chain)letter of complaint regarding Schraenen’s (alleged) unauthorized use of artists’ works. + Mail art contribution by Guy Schraenen, sent from Poland to the Art Academy in Enschede, The Netherlands, 1982. Bart Boumans send a postcard with the text If ART is the question then what is your answer. Schraenen added rubberstamps and a handwritten text ‘Homage to all those who are reduced to silence’.

EUR 1,500.00

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[#21011]

Franz IMMOOS

Decode/Deceit

Amsterdam, Self published, 1978. Sheet of tracing paper, 7 x 10 cm, folded, cut and rubber stamped with texts in various colours. Includes rubber stamped name. Size edition unknown. Very good copy.

EUR 150.00

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[#18441]

IN OCTAVO

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

EUR 3,500.00

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

[#17324]

INK, ART©HIVE

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

EUR 200.00

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By Vanci STIRNEMANN. Zürich, (CH),

[#21015]

IT COMES IN THE MAIL

Virginia, Newport News/Ned Brooks, 1973-1976. Included are 13 issues of the zine edited by Ned Brooks: Nos. 6, 7, 8 (1973), 11,12, 13 (1974), 15, 16, 17, 19, 20 (1975) 21, 23 (1976). All stapled mimeographed sheets, 28 x 21.5 cm, generally containing around 20 pages. Added are: 12 copies of The Newport News, an A4 stencilled newsletter sheet published by Ned Brooks, mostly dating from 1974; the Raritan Peace News Vol 1 No.21 April 30 1968 Final Edition, 4 stapled pages; and Alternative Vol 2 No.4 (unda-ted, published by highschool students).

EUR 1,000.00

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Featured is a curious collection of reviews and listings of fanzines, literary magazines, underground press, and books that were recently released. Various artists such as Greg Spagnola, Sheril Birkhead and Sue Donohue-Kallista designed drawings for the cover. Most copies feature age wear, moderate soiling and bumped corners, some pages are loose. Ned Brooks (1938 – 2015), Cuyler Warnell “Ned” Brooks Jr., was a Virginia based collector of books, fanzines and typewriters. His long-running (pers)zines 'It Comes in the Mail' and 'It Goes on the Shelf' are largely devoted to reviews.

[#18788]

Evelyne JANSSEN

Expose or Expire

A group of 9 large envelopes containing art and writings by the Rotterdam mail-art artist Evelyne Janssen, artist magazines, sent to an Amsterdam collector, around 1993, various sizes, collages and small objects.

EUR 400.00

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Evelyne Janssen is the daughter of TV presentator Pierre Janssen, who had an influential art program on Dutch TV. She lives and works in Rotterdam. Since her youth she has collected toys and other objects, which she uses to depict reality in miniature. Janssen sees her artistic practice as, ‘a spectacle for young and old and an autobiographical record of my life and times.’

[#17903]

Ray JOHNSON

(Johnson, Ray) Bourdon, David (text) Works by Ray Johnson. Nassau County Museum 1984. 47 pp. Illustrated. Soft cover. With a loosely inserted folded sheet containing an interview and a Ray Johnson silhouette with an invitation to make a drawing.

EUR 100.00

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[#17898]

Ray JOHNSON

The Paper Snake, Something Else Press. 1965. 22×27,5 cm. (50) pp. Richly illustrated in various colours. Publisher’s printed cloth, dustjacket slightly chipped at top of spine and with wide but small tear to lower edge of back cover.

EUR 250.00

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Text on book flaps by William Wilson. First edition. "Ray Johnson makes eggs out of omelets and Dick Higgins eats them". Seminal artist's book.

[#17902]

Ray JOHNSON

Correspondence: An Exhibition of the Letters of Ray Johnson. North Carolina Museum of Art 1976. 29,5×24 cm. 254 heets, some folded. Soft cover folder with two pockets holding loose sheets that reproduce letters, postcards, drawings, etc. of the late mail artist and founder of the New York Correspondance School, Ray Johnson (1927-1995). Occasional crease to edges of the sheets, else in very crisp and clean condition with only negligable edgewear and tan.

EUR 600.00

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Catalogue for the exhibition held at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC. October 31 – December 5, 1976.

[#20479]

Ko de JONGE.

9 items as follows: -Ko de Jonge, Mail Art project in De Stem, january 198, Newspaperpages, 82 x 57 cm contributions by 300 mail artists -Ko de Jonge, invitationcard for the project above -Ko de Jonge, 5 postcards, 5 handpainted and stamped, some signed, 1982 - 1984 In envelope 1 small artistbook Art Start 10 x 7,5 cm, 1982 -Ko de Jonge, Use this envelope for your Art, stamped envelope in envelope, undated -Ko de Jonge, Directions for use, stamped postcard undated

EUR 400.00

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[#21012]

Jiri KOCMAN

Brno (CZ), Self published, 1971. Grey card, 6.5 x 12.5 cm, with rubber stamped sentence ‘This page was touched by the fingers of J.H. Kocman’. 24.9.1971. In plasticized sleeve,14.5 x 8.5 cm. The plastic cover has some age soiling, else a very good copy.

EUR 700.00

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[#15635]

KUNST STOOT

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

EUR 200.00

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

[#15552]

LIBELLUS

A monthly mail-art publication.

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

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by Guy Schraenen. The complete set of this Mail art periodical, in original layout, a compilation of images, short texts and artists' postage stamps. (Pernecky p. 241). This preceded the "Antwerp International Mail-Art Festival" held in October 1981, with contributions by almost all European mail-artists. Abundantly illustrated. A rare complete set. Number 12,. oct. 1981. prints the list of all artists that were present at the ‘antwerp mail artists encounter’ held on october 3 and 4 ‘81. (metallic avau (b), christian balmier (f), b.f.f.b. (b), guy bleus (b), bart boumans (nl), boudewijn buckinx (b), ulises carrion (nl), ko de jonge (nl),luc deleu (b), lucia del sasso (gb), danny devos (b), gabriele donder-langer (d), henk fakkeldij (nl), ron huiskamp (nl), hetty huisman(nl), clemens jongma (nl), robert joseph (nl), ka-mail (nl), ginny lloyd (usa), niels lomholt (dk), valcarcel medina (e), albuquerque piendes (p), p.nieuwenhuysen (b), peter paalvast (nl), ria pacquee (b), rolf schuber (nl), tomasz schulz, (pl), rod summers (nl), aart van barneveld (nl), c. van der borght (f), sonia van der burg (nl), pier van dijk (nl), eric van der wal (nl), johan uan geluwe (b), annemie van kerckhoven (b), a.m. van oosten

[#20340]

Niels LOMHOLT

Hjorring Annual FilmFestival 1982, Lomholt Formular Press, Falling, Denmark, 1982 Mail art catalogue, 21 x 20 cm, 126 pages, includes original envelope.

EUR 400.00

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International mail art show, contributors ao Albrecht D, Guy Schraenen, Hetty Huisman, Peter Below, Johan van Geluwe, Pier van Dijk, Robin Crozier, Leonhard Frank Duch, Lon Spiegelman, Guy Bleus, Bill Gaglione, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Gabor Toth & PLUS Carsten Schmidt-Olsen & Lomholt Formular Press, Announcement Hjorring Annual FilmFestival 1982 A3 black & white photocopy with handstamped Danish Mail Art in red, and handwritten corrections. Send to Bart Boumans. Book & invite

[#17759]

LOST AND FOUND TIMES

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

EUR 1,800.00

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

[#20323]

LYSS DANA POST (HORUS)

Hieroglyphes & Co. France, numbered and signed, copy 10/50. Publ 1982. Cardboard Box 9,5 x 15 cm including 38 (from 0 to 37) postcards/artworks,

EUR 600.00

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Postcards by : Horus, Jupitter-Larsen, Râ, Evelyne Lassire & Michel Champendal, Philippe Pissier, Cavellini, Jack Marlow, Vittore Baroni, Pégase, Jürgen O. Olbrich, Ulises Carrion, Jean-Pierre Espil, Daniel Daligand, Claude Pélieu-Washburn, Jean-Louis Houchard, Robin Crozier, Harley, Thierry Tillier, Ruggero Maggi, Angela Riemann, Marisa da Riz, Lon Spiegelman, Guy Bleus, Dogfish, Serse Luigetti, Editions Dao Badao, Bart Boumans, Jean-Marc Rastorfer, Pittore Euforico, Angelo Vitale, Gencarlo Martina, Balazs Peter Kovacs, Steen Moller Rasmussen.

[#21111]

MAIL ART COLLECTION PETER VAN BEVEREN

This collection consists of 186 mail art and related materials sent to and collected by Peter van Beveren, during the period 1973 to the mid 1980s, with some later additions. It includes printed, rubber-stamped, and handwritten mail art pieces, mail art documentation, correspondence, visual poetry, and other materials assembled in two ringbinders and a small file containing oversized items. Most examples have been mailed and therefore show usual wear but generally remain in very good condition. Included are contributions by Eleanor Antin (2), Anna Banana (8), Igor Bartolech /Neoist Blood Cell (1), Peter Below (1), Mireille Bentivoglio (1), Peter van Beveren (2), Guy Bleus with Johan Van Geluwe (1), Paulo Bruscky (1), Guglielmo Achille Cavellini (8), Monte Cazazza (5), David Chikhladze (1), Buster Cleveland (1), Ryosuke Cohen (6), David Cole, (2), Robin Crozier (2), Piet Dieleman (2), Pier van Dijk (2), Noël Donna (1), Leonhard Frank Duch (1) Ecart/ John Armleder (4), Ken Friedman (4), Bill Gaglione/Dadaland/ Bay Area Daddaists (6) G. Galantai (2), Johan van Geluwe (3), Krijn Giezen (1), Klaus Groh (9), Wim Gijzen (1), General Idea (1), Michael Gibbs (1), Richard Hambleton (2), E.F. Higgins III (4), Hans Hermann (1), Sheila Hicks (1), Dick Higgins (2), Diederick van Kleef (3), Richard Olson (4), Tod Jargensen (1), Ray Johnson (3), Doung Lindsay and Jill Nelson (1), Scott McCarney (1); Maurizio Nannucci (4), Géza Perneczky (3),Victor Philippe (2); Carlo Pittore (1) Reindeer Werk (2), Gerard Rinaldi (1), Takako Saito (1), Marja Samson (3), Richard Saunders (3), Guy Schraenen (1), Lon Spiegelman (1), Rolf Staeck (4), Chuck Stake (4), Shigeru Tamaru (1), Endre Tót (6), Timm Ulrichs (7), The West Bay Dadaists (1), Johan Van Geluwe (4) E.A. Vigo (2), G.E. Marx Vigo (1), Watson Press (1), Peter Whitson Warren (13), David Zack (4), Group Exhibitions (10) Anonymous and Misc. (6) A full list of contents is available upon request. Some highlights are Anna Banana's Banana Rags flyers, Ray Johnson's Buddha Shit xeroxes, beautiful Galantai prints with rubberstamps and collages, artists' booklets by Geza Perneczky, stamped postcards by Endre Tot, a profusely rubberstamped envelope and broadside by G.E. Marx Vigo and a striking publication for Ecart Geneva by David Zack. Peter van Beveren (The Netherlands, 1952) started in the early 1970s as conceptual artist, and participated in the Mail Art network both by sending and acquiring mail art. He set up an art documentation space in Middelburg, The Archives / Art Information Centre, in the 1970s and published several artists' assembling books. Some correspondence in the collection refers to contributions for these publicatio ns.

EUR 15,000.00

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[#21071]

MAIL ART, STEMPELPLAATS AMSTERDAM

COLLECTION OF RUBBER-STAMPED CARDS

Rubber stamped cards by Stempelplaats: - Willy Scholte. Five unique postcards. All cards, 10.5 x 15 cm, stamped on heavy white sheet, published by Stempelplaats, Amsterdam, 1979-1981. Includes 4 cards from the series 'Spinning fingers'. Title added in handwriting, signed with rubber stamp on verso. Recto features black fingerprints and drawings of a spider weaving a web connecting the fingerprints. Plus 1 card 'Fatalistic Filately', 10.5 x 15 cm, with perforation lines around the borders, a pasted on poststamp from Romania, various rubber stamps in red and black. Titled and signed in pencil on verso. - Barton Lidice Benes, Fragment. Six rubber-stamped postcards, 10.5 x 15 cm, published by Stempelplaats, Amsterdam 1979-1981. White cards each containing a unique stamp in various colours on recto, with title, artist's name and publishers information on verso. Mostly very good, one card with small dent. - Seven postcards published by Stempelplaats, Amsterdam 1978, each 10.5 x 15 cm. Unique stamp by a different artist on each card, verso features publishers information. Stamped works titled' I am not responsible for art', Egozone, Piece of art (Horst Hahn), Edible Art, 1964-1978 the post avant-garde/last fluxus (Ken Friedman), R.D. Schroeck, A piece of Art (Flavio Pons). - Endre Tot, I Am Glad If I Can Stamp. White blank card containing a black rubber stamp, 10.5 x 15 cm. Published by Stempelplaats Amsterdam, undated c.1980 - Waclaw Ropiecki, To Life Through Art. Offwhite blank card containing a red and blue rubber stamp, 10.5 x 15 cm. Published by Stempelplaats Amsterdam, undated c.1978/1980 - GeORge Brett/ OR Post, commemorative stamps. Six rubber stamped cards in original envelope. The envelope is signed and stamped by the artists on verso, recto contains stamps of Stempelplaats and OR post 1979. Includes six white cards, 10.5 x 15 cm, featuring a stamp and address information of OR group members Ray Johnson, Impress/Steve Durland, Aart van Barneveld/Stempelplaats, Gerry Karlovec /der Baron, Joni K. Miller, Al Blaster/Dummyism, Linda McGreevy/Grand Zeppelin, Al Souza. The stamps were designed by George Brett as a visualization of the person's mail art alias. Stempelplaats hosted a show Amsterdam in June-July 1979 where these were shown. They were also reproduced in Rubber Vol.2 No .7 July 1979, published by Stempelplaats. All cards in mint condition. ORGROUP originated in Amherst Massachusetts, in the 70's, as a loose assembling of artists who make mail art. It's history is clouded but both George Brett and Al Souza are named as originators. - Lucia Francesca del Sasso, Stone by Stone. Amsterdam, Stempelplaats, 1979-1981. Grey cardboard folded sleeve with rubber stamped title and publishers information on the cover. Holds six postcards stamped by the artist in various colours. Very good copy. - Stempelakties. Amsterdam, Stempelplaats 1980. Collection of 7 b/w offset printed cards attached with a metal ring, featuring announcements for a series of stamp exhibitions taking place at Stempelplaats Amsterdam from October 18 to December 20 1980. Contributors were Ronald Wigman, Pier van Dijk/Robert Joseph, Hezy Leskly, Uwe Poth, Endre Tot. Mint copy. Various rubber-stamped cards: - Guy Schraenen éditeur. Seven original stamped cards published by Guy Schraenen, éditeur in Antwerp, 1977. All 10.5 x 15 cm stamped on offwhite card. Contributions by Eduard Bal (3 cards with collage), Gerald Minkoff, Henryk Bzdok, Ben Vautier, Michael Gibbs (red stamp 'this is a limited edition of one million copies, of which this is no. 5777'). Very good copies. - Ellen van Eldik. 9 stamped white cards, some with collages, 10.5 x 15 cm. Verso stamped in red ink ‘ellen van eldik 1979’. - Cees de Rooij. 4 cards, 10.5 x 15 cm stamped in various colours. Stamped 1979. - Ko de Jonge. 2 small white cards,10 x 7 cm, rubber stamped Mail Art and Open. - Richard Olson. 2 offwhite cards, 10.5 x 15 cm, with blue stamp 'mirror' and collage and cut out element. - Recycle Art Card, artist unknown. Cardboard rubber stamped card sewn into a transparent plastic envelope with partitions to add your own stamp, address and 'Art'. - Artist unknown. 11 off-white cards with typed and stamped puns, including one collage containing a glued on match and the text 'Paris Match: post this card to a friend in Paris'. All cards are signed on the front.

EUR 1,200.00

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[#21033]

MAIL (ART)STAMPS AND TREATED STAMPS

Mail (art)stamps & treated stamps. Brussels, Postmuseum Brussel, 1982. Illustrated catalogue for the exhibition on artists' stamps at Musée de la Poste, Brussels, curated by Guy Schraenen. Stapled softcover, 15.5 x 21.5 cm, 16 pp. Around 300 artists participated including Ray Johnson, Peter Below, Endre Tot, Cavellini, Kwiek Kulik, Magali Lara, Vigo, Marx. Postage stamp by Willy Scholte on first page, signature by Bart Boumans on verso of the booklet. Rare. In mint state.

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[#18074]

LA MAMELLE (ART CONTEMPORARY)

An alternative anthology of contemporary West Coast.

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

EUR 2,000.00

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

[#17121]

MANIFESTO SHnN ARCHIVES NEWSLETTER.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). East Freedom, PA, self-published 1984. 35,5x21,5 cm. sheet, folded. Xerox. Index of names. Added: Presentation letter (1982) and The 1st Surrealist Underground Liberation Front Manifesto (folded sheet, 1985).

EUR 400.00

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Published by Larry D. Smith. Adressed to Ulisses Carion.

[#21076]

MARÇO

MARIN, Manuel/LARA, Magali. Mexico, DF, Grupo Março1979/81. Number 3: Sheet 62x92cm.,(folded: 305x245 mm). Offset. First edition, size unknown.

EUR 150.00

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[#19545]

MC

Ensemble of 5 issues: Nos. 2-6: New York, 1982-1984

EUR 800.00

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MC: 2, Art Money and Power, april 1982, NY, ed David Cole & Paul Zelevansky MC: 3, News and propaganda, august? 1982, NY, David Cole & Paul Zelevansky in envelope, also contains publication Fizzical Rapture, a physical lyric by David Cole and letter dated dec 20 1982 MC: 4, The Big Picture, March 1983, NY, ed David Cole & Paul Zelevansky MC: 5, Crime, September 1983, NY, ed David Cole & Paul Zelevansky MC: 6, Timeless Light, january 1984, NY, ed David Cole & Paul Zelevansky 9 Envelope decorated with colour stamping)

[#20223]

ME

Vol. 1 no 1: Dirigo:ME. July 4, 1980. 4to, 6 pages. Nice clean copy which has been through the mail. (Printed b/w) together with: - ME Magazine, international mail art exhibition, Maine august 1983 (Printed in red and green with Insert in red and 2 sheets of perforated stamps. together with: - - ME Magazine Vol 3 no 2, USA1983

EUR 500.00

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Mail art publication by Carlo Pittore from 7 issues published till 1985. "If not Me, who ?"…. Self portraits and a review of the Bern Porter retrospective at Franklin Furnace. (Alles, Page 277)

[#21093]

Natal J. MEDEIROS

Expoetica 77. (BR), self-published, 1977. Natal, Rio Grande de Nortre, Brasil. Postcard dead line to the participation at the exhibition of poetry 15,7 x 22 cm.

EUR 150.00

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[#18405]

MELA

Aperiodico di scrittura ed immagini da marciana isola d'Elba. Pagine e documenti raccolti da Maurizio Nannucci.

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Firenze, Bianconero Edizione d'Arte, 1976-1981. Tabloïd sheets of 98x68 cm, folded into 32 pages of 24,5 x 17 cm.; with illustrations. TOGETHER WITH: Méla post card book / A collection of (48) artists' postcards edited by Maurizio Nannucci / Biancoenero Edizioni, Rome. Postcards kept in brown card portfolio in slipcase (just very lightly worn). 14,5 x 9,5 cm.

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by Maurizio Nannuci. Contributors: Ian Hamilton Finlay, On Kawara, Ben Vautier, Niele Toroni, Peter Downsbrough, Hans Peter Feldmann, Alison Knowles, Lawrence Weiner, Bern Porter, John Hendricks, Sandro Chia, Dorothy Iannone, Brion Gysin, Daniel Buren, Markus Raetz, Ida Applebroog, John Lennon & Yoko Ono, Mario Merz, Alighiero Boetti, Christian Boltanski and several others. Mela Postcard Book is a set of artists' postcards with work by the contributors to "Mela", thejourna published by Nannucci, including artists such as John Cage, Dieter Roth and Arnulf Rainer, Daniel Buren, Ed Ruscha, Sol Lewitt, John Baldessari, herman de vries, Ben Vautier, Emmett Williams, and many others.

[#20090]

Plinio MESCIULAM

MOHAMMED SHEETS. Centro di Communicazione Ristretta.

Plinio Mesciulam was a Turkish artist living in Genova,Italy, and early practitioner of Mail Art. This Network Action was launched by him (under the name MOHAMMED in November 1977), by sending 12 identical A-4 size blank letterheads to 12 mail artists, colleagues of Mesciulam and also public figures and institutions (12 member cells, which he termed as Unitas). The participants would create an image or visual message, to be sent back to Mohammed,. Mesciulam would then color photocopy the mailing, assign a unit number, and distribute to the 12 deseignated receivers. With his system Mesciulam extended the concept of "add and pass"first begun by Ray Johnson. Between 1977 and 1981more then 1200 such Unitas were involved. We offer a collection of- a total of 47 sheets of 30x21 cm (unita's) and 3 ORIGINAL WORKS (by No. 535 Charles Dreyfus + No. 820 Wulle Konsumkunst +No.909.1- variant – Johan van Geluwe), All these visually striking. Added are: - 12 of the Original postmarked, rubberstamped, collaged mailing envelopes - An Original handwritten letter signed by Plinio M. and with some rubberstampings -A blank add-to-MOHAMMED-sheet Plus documentation: - The annual yearbook from 1979 recording Plinio Mesiculam’s MOHAMMED-activities, - Referencebook “Viana Conti (edited by), Plinio Mesciulam: The System Mohammed, Genoa, De Ferrari, 2001” FOLIO, approx. 250 pages w. approx 100 color reproduction, bi-lingual in Italian + English.

EUR 9,000.00

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UNITA 98 – P. Mesciulam 250 - Albrecht D. 276 – Crozier 379 - Tim Mancusi 294 – P. Mesciulam 296 – Adriano Spatola 488 – Betty Danon 522 – Carioca 535 – Charles Dreyfus 553 – Buster C. 592 – P. Below 639 – Tomaso Binga 647 – John Held 714 – Below 722 – Rod Summers 729 – Below 750 – Pawel Petasz 752 - Tim Mancusi 757 – Rolf Staeck 788 Irene Dogmatic 793 – Anna Banana 820 – Wulle Konsumkunst aka G.M. Eirich 824 – Ed Higgins 825 – Mohammed 832 – Carioca 839 - Anna Banana 854 - Opal Louis Nations 905- Ken Friedman 909 – David Greenberger 930 – Below 932 - Robert Rockola 933 – Ed Higgins 960 – Below 971 – Carioca 973 - Tim Mancusi 993 – D. Drummond-Milne 1048 - Ken Brown 1051 – G. Fontana 1061 - Robert Rockola 1067 - Carioca ;1074 – John Held 1088 - Ginny Lloyd 1093 - Ginny Lloyd 1097 - Opal Louis Nations 1128 – Higgins 1191 – Carioca 1192 - Opal Louis Nations. 1228 - Peter Below 1276 – Fred Truck

[#19389]

MODERN CORRESPONDENCE MAGAZINE

Nos. 2-5 (of 5 published.). Clandestine Comic Company, Plymouth, CT . 1974-1976 Black and white offset print. Wrappers. Staple bound. Very good condition. Sunning to edges. Dimensions vary by issue.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Tom Hosier. .Published in collaboration with the Museum of Autistic Endeavours. (Ref.Geza Perneczky, Magazine Network) Contributions by: S. Block, P. H. Gervais, A. Greenier, W. Beckett, The Northwest Mounted Valise, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Whitson, Sir Q, Sub Waxin Haddock, Spaceange, K. Groh, G. P. Orridge, D. Coovert, G. Puchalski, Daddaland, B. Buczak, D. Micloskey, T. Gracie.

[#21079]

THE MONTHLY

Vol. 1 no 1, no 2 and Vol. 2 no 1 (all published):1980/81. San Francisco, CA, Lloyd Productions

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Ginny Lloyd. An irregular periodical devoted to Fe-Mail-Art. Contributions by Carioca, B. Wyed, G. Lloyd, A. Banana, Scarlatina Lust, B. Gaglione, Sue Fishbein, Irene Dogmatic, Angelika Schmidt, Pat Taverner, Carol S., P.E.Nations,

[#21089]

MYTHOLOGY (170 Columbus Ave.NY)

Make a Good Impression. MYTHOLOGY. N. p., Mythology, (ca1980). Invitation card 10,2 x 15,3 cm.

EUR 90.00

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[#21090]

Maurizio NANNUCCI

Postcard Show Zona. Firenze (I), Zona 1979. Invitation card 14,5 x 9,5 cm.

EUR 90.00

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[#18152]

NEON DE SURO

Fullet mongrafic de divulgació

We offer 2 issues (including a variant of one of them), 3 issues in all.. All tabloids, printed on newsprint, between 8 and 12 pages. - (No. 1) Sara Gibert, 1975 (1st issue) - (No. 6) Col-lectiu Paris-Neon, 1979. (Rubber stamped by M. Waxman, B. Gaillard, F.Marshall, J. Blaine, M. Borillo, C. Rigal, J. Rabascall et al.). - With another copy of No. 6, variant, with different stamping ( No. 17) Bruno, 1980.

EUR 400.00

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Artist periodical. Mail art. By Steva Terrades. Founded by the Taller Lunatic avantgarde group from Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. 21 issues were published, from 1975 through 1982, each by a different artist and each differently designed. No. 6 with original rubber stamps by M. Waxman, B. Gaillard, F. Marshall, J. Blaine, M. Borillo, C. Rigal, J. Rabascall et al. ( 2 copies, different).

[#19603]

NET.

Jaroslaw Kozlowski & Andrezej Kostolowski. Cologne, Edition Soft Geometry/Geza Perneczky, 1993. 21x 29.5 cm. Stapled illustrated cover with 10 photocopied pages. Signed in blue pen by Perneczky on the third page.

EUR 300.00

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NET was a non-hierarchical network of international artists set up by Polish artists Jaroslaw Kozlowski and Andrezej Kostolowski around 1972. The booklet contains a manifesto and a list of invited co-creators, loosely associated with Mail Art. This is a facsimile (English) version photocopied by Geza Perneczky in 1993. Polish police raided Kozlowski's apartment in Poznan in May 1972 while he was compiling the first publication of NET.

[#20828]

NEW REFORM NIEUWS

Tijdschrift voor actuele kunst.

A group of 11 issues:Numbers26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32,(+,addition) 33/34, 35, 36, 37 and 39: Aalst (B), 1974/197 Different formats, stapled, unpaginated. Mimeograph, xerox, offset, rubber stamps. First edition. Added: Dialectical experience (first issue?). Newsletter announcing the New Reform’s opening on January 1970 with program of the exhibitions planNed and a list of participants. A program of exhibitions 1976 to 1977.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Roger D'Hondt. Contributions by K. Friedman, COUM, P. de Vree, K. Staek, R. Crozier et al. New Reform, an art center for performance art, concrete poetry, plastic arts, video, film, theatre, experimental music and conceptual works,existed in Aalst (Belgium) from 1970 till 1979. This art center under the direction of Roger D’Hondt, turned art upside down and was a driving force in the development of new creative forms which can be called ‘art’ in de traditional sense.

[#20918]

NIEUWE JOURNALISTIEK. STEINLENS 2E PROCEDURE. AMSTERDAM, S2P, CA. 1973

Amsterdam, S2P, ca. 1973. Softcover, 30 x 21.5 cm, 62 pp. Black clip bound, cover printed black on red paper. Mysterious Dutch publication made by S2P (unspecified person/group). Edition unknown.

EUR 400.00

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The colophon mentions a loose assembly of artists, writers and gallerists who may or may not have been involved such as Gerard Brands, Jan Juffermans, Willem de Ridder, Rudi Fuchs, Bram Volkers, Fanny Kelk, Jaco Groot, Wies Smals, Adriaan van Ravesteyn, Riekje Swart and others. Features reproductions of found newspaper texts from July 1971 to 1973, mixed in with some commentary, towards the end of the publication blurry b/w images are added. The book is inspired by ‘Steinlens 2e procedure’, a mail art project by an unknown (Belgian?) artist. The publication was distributed for free at several Amsterdam based galleries such as Art & Project, Asselijn and Printshop, or could be ordered for 10 guilders directly from the unspecified ‘S2P’. Very good copy. Quite rare.

[#21077]

NO NEWS

OLBRICH, Jurgen O., The No Institute (1989). Kassel. 49,5 x 21 cm., folded sheet. Offset orange printed recto on newsprint. Edition of 300 numbered copies. Bulletin on Mail Art related news.

EUR 200.00

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[#19979]

THE NYCS WEEKLY BREEDER (NEW YORK CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL Weekly Breeder).

Vol. 1 no. 1 ("Dada Sucks" stamped). New York, East Side Dada, 1978. 24 pp., original pictorial wrappers (with safety pin piercing intact.) 8vo. Signed by Buster Cleveland on inside front cover.

EUR 800.00

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ART GANGSTER, 1978. Edited by G. Keaton. Signed in pencil by Buster Cleveland and Tod Jorgensen on verso. Unpaginated [24 pages] Editor: Grover Keaton. Assistant Editors: Elmer Picasso, Dadaland, Dottie Duchantel. Xeroxed in black and white (+ two pages in color) with pictorial contributions (each on one page) by: Jerry Dreva, Cavellini, Ray J., Tod Jorgensen, Angelika Schmidt, Buster Cleveland, E. F. Higgins, Dadaland, Mancusi, Teddy, John Evans, Nicola Vanzetti, Pauline Smith, Genesis P. Orridge a.o.

[#20829]

OCEAN FRONT

5 issues: Nos. 6-10 (of 10 issues published): Vancouver (CND), 1979/80 Folded sheet. . Number 6: "Censored". Number 7: "There is no justice in law & order". Number 8: "Entertainment is senseless stupidity". Number 9: "Eradicate all religions". Number 10: "Tolerance is just apathy".

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Gerard Jupitter-Larsen.

[#20343]

Bernd OLBRICH

Rubberstamp show, Kassel 18-10- 18.11 1982, Kassel 1982 Edition of 250, 14.5 x 21cm, 2 books, part one (blue) 72 pages part 2 (grey), numbered 00173, 33 pages

EUR 500.00

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Contributors ao Lon Spiegelman, Rod Summers, Llys Dana, Paolo Bruscky, Ko de Jonge, Robin Crozier, Richard Kostelanetz, Ruggiero Maggi, Eli Content

[#19553]

GezaPERNECZKY

-‘International Stamps’, 1980, handstamped/signed nr 230/365, a4 format -‘International Stamps no 2, 1981, a4 format - ‘Stamp to create a Marxist’, 1983. signed and numbered 00259, in envelope

EUR 1,000.00

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[#19608]

Géza PERNECZKY.

Very alternative art (Merde).

Strip of brown toilet paper (10 x 121 cm) folded in 8 ( 13.5 x 10 cm). Each part has an original rubber stamp with the word "shit" in French, English, German, Slovakian, Hungarian, Arabic and Chinese. The item is contained in a transparent plastic bag. Also includes the original sending envelope addressed to Libellus/Guy Schraenen,

EUR 500.00

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The title "Very Alternative Art" is stamped on the top sheet of toiletpaper.

[#20986]

Geza PERNECZKY

Linear Pictures and Large Pieces 1985. Cologne, Self published, 1985. Stapled softcover, 30 x 42.5 cm, 22 pp. Handpainted covers with ‘Soft Geometry’ stamp on front. Contains 5 original handpainted sheets all signed and dated by the artist, plus 15 b/w stenciled sheets with images and text, some with additional Soft Geometry stamps and 2 pinks sheets in front and rear of the artists’ book. As stated on the first page: ‘This book has been made with attributed original paintings in the size of Din A3 (29.5 x 42 cm) in 200 copies. This copy is number 153’. The book presents a text by Perneczky on ‘Soft Geometry’, a term he uses as a trademark for his work. The stenciled images depict Soft Geometry installations including ‘Cézanne plays a piano’, ‘Malevich plays a piano’ and ‘Secret Life of the Cologne cathedral’. Both covers show some aging, such as creasing and edge-wear, the pink pages are partly faded. The painted and stenciled pages are near mint. Very rare artists’ book by Perneczky, 2 copies are held at the Getty/Jean Brown archive.

EUR 2,500.00

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Géza Perneczky (1936) is a Hungarian conceptual artist, painter, arthistorian, author of objects and artists’ books, mail art rubber art stamps. In 1970 he emigrated to Cologne and became an important mediator between the Eastern European and the international art scene. In the 1980s he became increasingly involved in painting, often produced with custom paint rollers used for wallpaper designs. This way the artist transformed the miniature scale of the rubber stamp art into a ‘monumental’ genre.

[#19607]

Géza PERNECZKY.

Memory by Perneczky.

Cologne, Self published, 1977. Series of 9 sheets in yellow portfolio cover, 22 x 31 cm. Includes an original b/w photograph glued onto the inside of the cover. Published in an unknown yet very small edition.

EUR 500.00

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Handwritten title on opening page. 8 thick white sheets feature stamped marks of the bottom of a liquor bottle. All sheets are signed and dated in pencil and contain a typed and original handwritten text identifying the specific liquor that was "emptied". Savoured are Ballantines whiskey, Cointreau and Tio Pepe, also Sake,Cointreau, Courvoisier,Bisquit Cognac

[#19606]

Géza PERNECZKY.

International stamps (Secret).

Cologne, Géza Perneczky, 1980. Stapled booklet with printed cover, 29.5 x 21 cm. Contains 8 sheets with original stamps. Stamped in white ink on white paper, the (invisible) image features the word 'Secret' in eight languages. Edition of 365, this copy is number 167/365. Numbered and signed by the artist on the first page.

EUR 400.00

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Includes a glued on sheet on the inside of the backcover which mentions that the publication was sent to various V.I.P.'s such as President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing, Bundes chancellor Helmut Schmidt, President Ronald Reagan and the Pope.

[#19611]

Géza PERNECZKY

Stamp International (Secret).

Cologne, International Stamps, 1980. Set of 8 postcards 10,5 x 15 cm, in brown envelope stamped "Stamp International'' on verso.

EUR 500.00

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The beige cards are rubber stamped in white ink with the word "Secret", each in a different language. Recto contains an image of all eight stamps printed in black.

[#21169]

Geza PERNECZKY

EUR 1,200.00

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Also contains the artists' books International Stamps No.1 (1980) and No.2 (1981). Both stapled booklets, 29.5 x 21 cm, 8 pp. and in mint condition. No.1 features the word 'secret' in several languages stamped in invisible ink on white paper, signed and numbered 055/365. No.2, fittingly on brown paper, shows the word 'shit' rubberstamped in various languages. Added in the parcel is a biography of Perneczky and a handwritten note to Gibbs inquiring about new publications.

[#21261]

Géza PERNECZKY

Transcendental Mail Art Box.. An Anthology of 13 little art works made by order of the Secret Society of Diligent Mail Artists by Geza Perneczky 1987-1988. Cologne, Selfpublished, 1988. Cardboard box, 31.5 x 22.5 x 2.5 cm, stapled and taped at the corners as issued. A mounted sheet on the lid doubles as contents sheet as well as a sending label, addressed and poststamped to Gallery A, Harry Ruhé in Amsterdam. The box is numbered No.0229 in red marker on the lower right corner.

EUR 1,500.00

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Contains 14 leafs, 29.5 x 21 cm, including an information/contents sheet and 13 lithographed sheets with original collaged and stamped artworks. Elements used in the collages encompass sand, ribbons, string, wallpaper, pencil and ink. Each sheet is signed, stamped and numbered 0229 from an edition of 300. There is an extra sheet of No.13 Secret Society stamped 0672. The contents list presents 13 artworks, one of them missing (No.1 Transcendental Mail Stamps). This does not seem unusual with this edition, as a special entry for a ‘missing piece’ is mentioned on the contents list. The cardboard box features some rubbing on the extremities and moderate spotting on both the box and the title sheet. The artworks are in mint condition.

[#21013]

Pawel PETASZ

Keep in Touch!

Elblag (PL), Arrière-Garde, 1977. Brown card, 10 x 12.5 cm, offset printed recto, with hand drawn arrow in red. Rubber stamped image and title on the back. Small pinhole (hardly noticeable) in center of top margin.

EUR 100.00

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[#19892]

PONTO

No. 2. Revista de Poemas de Processo. Guanabara - Brasil, nd. (ca. 1967-1968). Loose sheets, printed on various stock, kept in original illustrated wrappers

EUR 1,200.00

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27 loose sheets + 8 smaller ones + 1 envelope and a folded concrete poem by Neid,1967.; contribs. incl.: José Alcides Pinto, Neide Sá, Gutierrez, Joaquim Branco, Clado, Serafini; texts 'Poesia Matematica' (by Ariel Tacla), 'Por que méo da Vanguardia?' (by A. de Sà).

[#20324]

Robert REHFELDT

4 items related to CONTART NEWS - Robert Rehfeldt, Dada is dead Contart living in your mailbox, postcard signed 1979, 15 x 10,5 cm - Robert Rehfeldt, Contart News 1982, signed and dated 1981, handstamped by Robert and Ruth Rehfeldt, A4 black on grey paper, blue stamps, folded in 4 - Robert Rehfeldt, postcard to B.Boumans 1982, 14,8 x 10,5 cm - Robert Rehfeldt, Contart News 1983, signed, handstamped, A4 black on grey paper folded in 2, purple and red stamps, also stamped verso, addressed to Bart Boumans

EUR 900.00

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Robert and Ruth REHFELT were mail artists working from East Germany, East Berlin.

[#19976]

Gerrit Jan de ROOK.

Stempelkunst / Stamp-Art 1975.

STEM-PELK-UNST * STAMP-ART! Gerrit Jan de Rook (editor). D’Hoogt, 1975. The True FIRST EDITION ! Softcover; 30 x 21 cm, in a white clip binding with a cover rubber stamped in red. Inside pages printed in black and white. Unpaginated (ca. 160 pp.)

EUR 1,000.00

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Survey of stamp art edited by the concrete and visual poet G. J. de Rook with contributions by over one hundred artists, mail artists, concrete poets e.g. Albrecht D., Anna Banana, Mirella Bentivoglio, Michel Bertrand, Peter van Beveren, Robin Crozier, Ecart, John Evans, Robert Filliou, Bill Gaglione, Johan van Geluwe, Les Levine, Maurizio Nannucci, Tom Ockerse, Clemente Padín, Genesis P-Orridge, G. J. de Rook, Endre Tót, Cosey Fanni Tutti, Ulay, Jirí Valoch, Ad Gerritsen, Michael Gibbs, Timm Ulrichs, Herman de Vries et al. In very fine condition. Rare.

[#19604]

Gerrit Jan de ROOK.

Stempelkunst / Stamp-Art 1975.

Utrecht, Exp/press, Not dated (1978). Second edition , 21 x 29 cm., spine stapled. Ca. 160 pp.

EUR 300.00

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Survey of stamp art edited by the concrete and visual poet G. J. de Rook with contributions by over one hundred artists, mail artists, concrete poets (the first edition was published in 1975).

[#20474]

Waclaw ROPIECKI

8 items as follows: -- 3 booklets - Il-posed questions, 8 pages, 10,5 x 14,7 cm, 1980 - At their roots, 8 pages, 10,5 x 14,7 cm, 1981 - More light, 10 pages, 10,5 x 14,7 cm, 1983 --3 cards, handstamped handpainted, numbered 3/35, 4/35, 8/35 - Movie picture of you, flyer 21,5 x 15 cm -picture: B&W picture with stamp, 9 x 14 cm, verso stamped address info Waclaw Ropiecki

EUR 400.00

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[#19690]

RUBBER ( STEMPELPAATS - Amsterdam)

Edited by Aart van Barnevelt, exclusive stamp art and mail projects magazine. A monthly bulletin about the use of rubberstamps in the arts.Wants to document the use of stamps in the plastic art internationally as broad as possible. Published by Stempelplaats, which was a mail art gallery in the shop of Posthumus Rubber Stamp Makers in the St. Luciënsteeg in Amsterdam. Produced for small circulation and distribution in the shop. Each with short text about the works of the exhibiting artists, a number of original prints of the stamps the artists used in their work and some reproductions of works. Published by STEMPELPLAATS Amsterdam 1978-1981: complete collection of the Four Volumes of the periodical RUBBER and with ALL (save 4) Printed INVITATIONS to the Openings of the Stempelplaats exhibitions (which accompanied the numbers of Rubber for the individual artists). In addition the collection contains 32 rare EPHEMERAL items related to Stempelplaats and the Exhibitions which were separate and not covered in Rubber. - Volume 1 1978 nr.1 Cozette de Charmoy, january 78 with invitation and stencilled prospectus nr.2 Robert Jacks, february 78 with invitation and stencilled prospectus nr.3 Barton Lidice Benes, march 78 with invitation nr.4 Pawel Petasz, april 78 with invitation and stencilled plan for vol. 1 nr.5 Marie C. Combs, may 1978 with invitation nr.6 Ulises Carrion, Rubberstamps, Theory and Praxis, june 78, no invitation nr.7 Dik Walraven, july 78, no invitation nr.8 Elsa Stansfield/Madelon Hooykaas, VOID, august 78 with invitation (in glassine cover adressed to Judith Hoffberg Umbrella Associates) nr.9 Ray di Palma, sept 78 with invitatio nr.10 J.H.Kocman, oct 78 with invitation nr.11 Ana Banana/Bill Gaglione, november 78 with invitation nr.12 Franz Immoos, dec 78 with 2 invitations Rubber - Volume 2 1979 nr.1 Davi Det Hompson, jan 79 with invitation & stencil with info on vol 2 nr.2 Karimbada, Paulo Brusky, Leonard Frank Duch e.a. Brasil issue, febr 79, no invitation. nr.3 FluxpostKit 7, march 79 with invitation nr.4 Claudio Goulart, april 79 with invitation nr.5 Diter Rot, may 79 with invitation nr.6 Bart Boumans, june 79 with invitation nr.7 DR post, George Brett/ Henryk Bzdok, july 79 with invitation nr.8 Ulises Carrion, mailart project , aug 79, no invitation nr.9 Ken Friedmann, sept 79 with invitation nr.10 R.Saunders, okt 79 with invitation nr.11 Raul Marroquin, nov 79 with invitation nr.12 R.D.Schroeck/Eduard Bal, dec 79 with invitation Rubber - Volume 3 1980 nr.1/2/3 book: Stempelkunst in Nederland, jan-march 80 together with POSTER Exhibition “Stempelkunst in Nederland 12 jan-4 april 1980” (inserted) nr.4 (no number), april 1980, PJ Spettstösser (with invitation) nr.4-6 book: Rubber stamp publications, apr-june 80 with invitation “ Gestempelde publicaties” inserted in book nr.7-9 book: Six mail art projects, july-sep 80 nr.10-12 book: Stamp actions / Stempelakties, oct-dec 80 (With a Card from/by Endre Tot) Rubber - Volume 4 1981 Nr 1 jan- april 1981, 4 projects, in the original stamped Manilla mailing envelope: - Robin Crozier, Table project - Brieven/Letters, Timmers, Vossen, Smit, Oosterbos - Claudio Goulart, Daily Art - Zero Zero, Schrijvers Stempelen (wrong text, that exhibition opens 14 maart 1980, instead of 1981) and Volume 4 (without any numbering): - Rubber Stamp Publications II, 1981 (being an Addition to Vol. 3 no 4/6 - Inviting at Home, vol.4, August 1981, edited by Pim Wiersinga, production Rodolpho/ Rolf Weijburg (2 mail projects; poster folded twice) ALL (except 4) ISSUES OF RUBBER ACCOMPANIED BY THE CORRESPONDING ILLUSTRATED INVITATIONS, which are very rare. THE COLLECTION INCLUDES ADDITIONALLY 34 RARE EPHEMERAL ITEMS: =1976 - Jon Held,stampwork 1976, dec 76, colour picture, handstamped, addressed to Volkskrant =1977 - Niet-stempels: work by Geza Perneczky, Tony vd Burg, Frans de Jong, John Armleder, Michael Gibbs, Sosno, juni 77 (folded A4) - Miroslav Klivar, sept 1977 (los) - Willy Scholte, okt 77 (los) - Wendela Gevers Deynoot, nov 77 (los) =1978 - White envelope with multiple colour stamps, 5 -27 jan 1978, and planned content vol. 1 - Dadaland Stampbook (flyer, los) - Ana Banana, Stamp Out Stamps (card) - Rubber stamp designs ( 5 juli-31 aug) Invitation card - Stencil about Stempelplaats publcations - Regina Silveira, Topografia, oct 78 (flyer) =1979 - Flyer/stencil for last 2 nrs Rubber Vol 2, announcement 3 - Written Projects, febr 79 (card) - Hetty Huisman, aanlopen tot niets, maart 79 (waarschijnlijk 79) (card) - Common Press, sept-oct 79 (card, promotional) - Edouard Bal, december 79 (card) =1980 - Stempels uit Perzië, jan 80 (card) - Poster Zes Kunstprojecten, (l1980 - Stempelakties, booklet with 7 cards 18 oktober-20 december 1980 - Lucia del Sasso, Food for thought, nov 80 (card) - Stempels in kranten en tijdschriften, mei 80 (card) - ‘Vervallen’, Aart van Barneveld to Pim Wieringa, dec 80 (card) - Bart Boumans ‘Strafwerk en ander werk’, maart 1980 (card) - Freak Festival, letter invitation to participate, 2 sheets A4 with stamps and drawing, probably dec 1980 =1981 - 4 projects, jan-april 81, in boekvorm (5 cards) - Papiers d’Affaires, 31 jan 81 (card) - Marius Quee, 23-29 feb 81 (card) - Een Correspondentieprojekt , 8-14 maart 81 (card) - Poster Rubber Stamp Graphics/Stempelgrafiek, Fria Elfen, Leavenworth Jackson, Raymond Titus, mei 81 (folded twice, with stamp and red ink) - Minka Mali, aug 80 (flyer, folded) - Rolf Weijburg, aug-sept 81 (flyer, folded) - Adriaan Loos ‘Lustkunst’ , sept 81(flyer folded) Added: - Announcement flyer on grey paper, 4to, folded cne, “Futurist Sound” Bill Caglione, Anna Banana: In Other Books ad So, on Friday 29th of September 1978; with Progrma, printed and portraits of both artists. - Handwritten message by Aart (van Barnevelt to “Jan”) “hier het eerste nummer van rubber tweede jaargang. Hopelijk steun je ons ook dit jaar weer “. On: Handstamped card by Robert Jacks

EUR 9,000.00

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The collection contains work by (i.a.): Cozette de Charmoy, Robert Jacks, Barton Lidice Benes, Pawel Petasz, Marie C. Combs, Ulises Carrion, Dik Walraven, Elsa Stansfield/Madelon Hooykaas, Ray di Palma, Ana Banana/Bill Gaglione, Franz Immoos, Davi Det Hompson, Karimbada, Paulo Brusky, Leonard Frank Duch Diter Rot, Bart Boumans,, George Brett/ Henryk Bzdok, Ken Friedmann, R.Saunders, Raul Marroquin, R.D.Schroeck/Eduard Bal,Endre Tot, and several others.

[#18025]

RUBBER ( STEMPELPAATS - Amsterdam)

Vol. 4 no 1 (Jan-April, 1981). Robin Crozier Table Project. 16 pages

EUR 100.00

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[#21087]

Ruedi & Suzi SCHILL (APROPOS GALLERY)

Two Shows: 1) Rubber Stamps by Artists. 2) T-Shirt Art. SCHILL, Ruedi. Luzern (CH), Gallery R + S Schill, 1979. Invitation card 10,5 x 15 cm. Hand written letter to Aart van Barneveld, signed Ruedi.

EUR 90.00

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[#16372]

SCHMUCK

(Editors: David Mayor & Felipe Ehrenberg). Cranleigh & Mexico, Beau Geste Press -Libro Accion Libre.

Complete set of this artist/Fluxus periodical by Beau Geste Press, edited by David Mayor and Felipe Ehrenberg. Composed of printed multiples, object-inserts & tipped-in pieces by the contributing authors and artists. Beau(tiful) Geste is a contamination with Gestetner, the brand of the stencil/multiplying machine the publisher used. Schmuck is the name given to this publication, meaning 'penis' in Yiddish and 'idiot'in American slang. Nos. (1)-8 (=last). Beau Geste Press/Libro Accion Libre, Devon, U.K. & Mexico, 1972- All in original pictorial wrappers, unpaginated; 29,5x21 cm (No. 1). Schmuck presents Real Schmuck. March 1972. 64 unnumbered pages, between illustrated wrappers, kept together in the spine with 1clamp, the second clamp replaced by tape. Includes several inserts and additional artwork, Mimeographed in various colours. Contributions include: Yael & Felipe Ehrenberg, Chris Welch, David Mayor,Jim Parker, Marc Chaimowicz, Hammond Guthrie, Richard Kriesche, Michael Gibbs, Carolee Schneeman (from Parts of a body house), Milan Kunz, etc.; (No. 2). Icelandic artists. July 1972, 50 unnumbered pages + collage. Paperbound in orig. wrappers. Mimeographed. Including photographs, artwork,etc.. Contributors including Kristjan and Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Hreinn Fridfinnsson, Hlif Svavarsdottir. (No. 3) Hungarian Schmuck, spine lightly damaged. March/April 1973. 78 unnumbered pages, including artwork, collage,cutouts. photographs, etc.; mimeographed in various colours. Contributors: Gabor Attalai, Imre Bak, Istvan Balint, Laszlo Beke, Peter Donatgh, Miklos Erdely, Peter Eötvös, Tibor Gayor, Béla Hap,Agnes Hay, Tamas Hencze, G.Jovanovicz, Gyula Konkolty, Peter Legendy, Peter Lajtai, Janos Major, Dora Maurer, Gyula Pauer, Geza Perneczy, Tamas Szentjoby, Endre Tót, Peter Türk, Janos Urban (No. 4). Aktual Czechoslovakia Schmuck. (1963-1972). 1974. 4to. Original wrappers. No. 5: 1975. General Schmuck! Typo-pictorial card wrappers designed by Takako Saito. Edition of 550 copies. No. 6: French Schmuck. November 1975. 4to. Pictorial wrappers, double bound, Mimeograph, offset, collages, etc. Edition of 550 copies. No. 7: Teutonic Schmuck. December 1975. 4to. Original wrappers. Edition of 400 copies. No. 8 (Final issue). Japanese Schmuck. Spring 1976. 4to. Original wrappers. Edition of 500 copies. Contributions by Saito, Shiomi, Takahashi, et al . Add: H. Yoshida, “1971.7.4:p.m. 2:00-4:00”.

EUR 10,000.00

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[#20806]

Guy SCHRAENEN

presents

TEXT SOUND IMAGE. SMALL PRESS FESTIVAL. 1976. G.S.éd. 1976. Copyright Guy Schraenen and the Authors. 66, [10] pp. ads & index. Tall 8vo (200 x 110 mm.), pink printed wrappers, two glue-bound gatherings laid-in wrappers as issued. [Antwerp: 1976]. Back wrapper loose from the spine and with a repaired tear; insert on the red cord intact, spine loose and lightly damaged at the bottom, otherwise this fragile booklet in good condition. Rare

EUR 1,500.00

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The scarce catalogue issued by the curator and publisher Schraenen, which lists hundreds of early artists' books; one of 500 copies printed. At the beginning, it contains contributions by Schraenen, Carrión, Kostelanetz, and Klaus Groh. It then lists the works of Beuys, Burroughs, Cage, Carrión, Degottex, Downsbrough, Ehrenberg, Filliou, Ginsberg, Higgins, Jacks, Kostelanetz, Rot, Shiomi, Tuttle, Vostell, E. Williams, etc. There are also long listings of records, magazines, and posters. This catalogue was published to accompany events held in Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent, and Amsterdam in 1976-1977. Schraenen writes in his introduction: "After sending an invitation to participate to the Festival, the amount and quality of the received material exceeded all my expectations. Most of the publications presented in this exhibition are unknown by the public, because they are refused by a majority of bookshops and are distributed mainly in 'circuit fermé'." In very good condition; minor wear to the edges and tail of the spine. A. Desjardin, The Book on Books on Artists Books

[#20722]

Guy SCHRAENEN

"GUESTBOOK"

Berchem, Guy Schraenen éditeur, 1976-1978. Portfolio wrapper with pasted on printed label on front, 29.7 x 21 cm, 25 loose pages (with extra blank pages inserted for protection). Contains 23 original hand imprints (in colour) made by some of the artists who visited Guy Schraenen during the years 1976-78. Printed in an edition of 50 numbered copies of which 24 were reserved for the contributors. This is Numbered copy 16, signed on the first page by Guy Schraenen. Two introductory pages, 23 original artists contributions with a stamped number on verso which refers to the list in the introduction.

EUR 4,000.00

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Handprints from Anna Banana, Bill Gaglione, Ulises Carrión, Mirtha Dermisach, Antonio Muntadas, Eduard Bal, Artur Barrio, Maurice Benhamou, Balint Szombathy, Antoni Miralda, Sef Peeters, Pieter Mol,Teun Hocks, Marc Dachy, Cozette De Charmoy, Françoise Mairey, Michael Laub, Yves Pinguilly, Mirtha Dermisache, Klaus Ritterbusch, Christopher Jones, François Lagarde, John Belis, Jonier Marin, a.o.

[#21028]

Guy SCHRAENEN

Editions & communications marginales d'Amerique Latine. Le Havre, Maison de la Culture du Havre, 1977. Illustrated catalogue on the occasion of the exhibition on Latin American artists' publications organized by Guy Schraenen at Maison de la Culture, Le Havre, 10 - 29 january 1977. 15 x 21 cm, 9 sheets of different colours paper stapled together, Contains an introductory text in French and reproductions of stamps by the contributors. List of participating artists, artists groups and publishers includes (selection): Grupo CAyC, La Pata de Palo, Ovum 10, Poema Convidado, Arte de Buzón, Artemúltiple, Grupo Suma, Vertente, Signos, Diego Barboza, Luis Benedit, Joaquim Branco, Paulo Bruscky, Luis Camnitzer, Augusto y Haroldo de Campos, Jorge Caraballo, Ulises Carrión, Luis Catriel, Dayse Lacerda, Lea Lublin, Jonier Marin, Raúl Marroquin, Graciel Gutiérrez Marx, Cildo Meirelles, Dámaso Ogaz, Clemente Padín, Claudio Perna, Décio Pignatari, Julio Plaza, Liliane Porter, Osvaldo Romberg, Neide Sà, Bernardo Salcedo, Caetano Veloso, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Horacio Zabala. The staple has rusted, bleeding onto some pages. There are three small moth-like holes on the front page. Rare item.

EUR 1,000.00

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[#21027]

Guy SCHRAENEN.

ICC- Int.Cultureel Centrum. 15 Cartes Postales de..

Postcard set and press kit 15 Cartes Postales De ... Antwerp, Guy Schraenen éditeur, 1974 Printed wrapper containing a set of 15 picture postcards and a text by Guy Schraenen. 15 x 10.7 cm. From the regular unlimited edition. Together with: ICC 14.3.74. Antwerp, ICC Antwerp and Guy Schraenen éditeur, 1974. Stapled ochre paper wrapper with rough edges (as issued), 33 x 23.5 cm. Stamped title on front cover and a slit in the back cover which houses an inserted postcard. Contains 4 information sheets about the exhibition ‘15 Cartes Postales De..’ , and the special events programme for March 14 1974 which featured films and performances by Eduard Bal, Lourdes Castro, Henri Chopin, Degottex, Bernard Heidsieck and Francoise Janicot. Includes loose postcards by Eduard Bal and Gilbert Decock. Very good copy, staples slightly rusty.

EUR 600.00

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The card set was created as an alternative cataloque representing the artists Guy Schraenen worked with at the time. With contributions by Eduard Bal, Rene Bertholo, Bram Bogart, Lourdes Castro, Henri Chopin, Antoine de Bary, Hugo de Clercq, Gilbert Decock, Degottex, Jo Delahaut, Henri Gabriel, Rene Guiette, Brion Gysin, Bernard Heidsieck, and Françoise Janicot. In mint condition. Guy Schraenen notes: “Why these 15 artists: because these artists are painters or poets, for whom I organised exhibitions or poetical meetings. I mean that the present edition of post-cards would allow the diffusion of known and less known works and would also give the possibility to illustrate some aspects of actual art. In this first serial, I want to present 15 personalities which are true creators, and who for this edition have been creating works, so that these cards are not reproductions but original post-cards”

[#20910]

SHAZAM!

November 1979. Dubbo NSW (Austrialia), Postcard Preservation Society (P.P.S.), 1979. Stapled catalogue, 33.5 x 21 cm, 42 stencilled pp. plus cover. With loose inserted stencilled sheet ‘What is this postal art, daddy?’ by the editor Tane (aka Tim Burns). Back cover shows a contribution by Cavellini. First page has a handwritten dedication to Gianni (Bertini, one of the participants) on first page, signed by Tane.

EUR 400.00

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Mail Art assembling magazine depicting b/w reproductions of postcards sent to the Postcard Preservation Society, with handwritten captions mentioning the artists and their addresses. The postcards were sent for an exhibition at Dubbo South High School Hall Nov 21-25 1979, a total of 360 pieces by 110 participants from 21 different countries were submitted. Contributions by Robert Rehfeldt, Geoffrey Hendricks, Richard Hamilton, Galantai, Toth, Gerz , Endre Tot, Albrecht d., Gaglione, Higgins, Duch, Graciela Gutierrez Marx, Yoshio Nakajima, Ulises Carrion, Cavellini, Groh, Genesis-p-orridge, Cisoria Arte (Padin & Caraballo), Alison Knowles, Bruscky, Mohammed (Centro Di), Charles Dreyfus, Ecart publications, Pat Tavenner, Carl André, Vigo, Peter van Beveren among others. Regular age toning on cover, staples rusted, interior very good. Item is mentioned in Perneczky, Artpool, Lomholt. Rare

[#20084]

SIGNAL

Internacionalna Revija za Signalisticka Istrazivanja (International Review for Signalist Research).

Nos. 1, 2/3, 4/5, 6/7, 8/9. (probably all published) Beograd, 1970-1973. First issue oblong 8vo. 64 pp; the other issues 4to., 4, 20 pp. (Number 4/5: Signalist Poetry, Selection , 24 pp; Number: 8-9. 1973. Signed by Klaus Groh on the front page.) Together with book: "Signal. Signal poetry, computer science, statistics and random or stochastic". Author: Miroljub Todorović. 1st edition. Edited and published by the author. Belgrade. 1970. Dimensions: 20 x 14 cms. The last sheet is folded in six and printed only by one of the sides in a couché paper of about 70 grms (approx) of 26 '51 cms x 35'6 cms. 24 pages, unnumbered. Spine stapled, paper of 90 grms approx on the inside, on cardboard of 200 grms approx the covers covers card. Condition: Verygood. covers somewhat brushed by use, unpolluted interior.

EUR 1,500.00

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Editors: Vlada Stojilkovic and Miroljub Todorović. Publisher: Signalist Documentation Center. Belgrade. Texts and work of (a.o) S.J. Schmidt, H. Bäcker, A. de Campos, M. Perfetti, Raoul Hausmann, E.A. Vigo, J.F. Bory, P. de Vree, J. Valoch, J. Blain. No. 8/9 contains a 7-page bibliography of the Signalist Documentation Centre.; no. 6/7 with folding-trace and repaired closed tear toward the spine, edges a bit ragged. Features Marina Abramovic Sound Environment White on front cover. Back page with text in English and Serbian.

[#18867]

SMEGMA

The magazine

Nos. 1 (October 1978) through 4 (1981) (all published). New York: Smegmania Productions, Iglust Productions, etc., 1978 - 1981. A complete set in four issues, (No.1 :28 pages incl green cover; No. 2: 24 pages incl.cover in blue and red; No. 3: 28 pages incl.green wrappers, plus additions " Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc", an unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers and paper Insert Hot Dog with Cavellini sticker; No 4: 24 pages, b/w cover wirth 2 additional paper inserts "Page torn from the Bible" and "Moot Point"). ACCOMPANIED BY complete set of supplemental Smegma-related print productions including: - A Supple Mint, nos. 1 (1978) through 3 (1980); - Smegma Calendars for 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1982; - eleven (11) Smegma flyers produced by Lust and Igloo between 1978 and 1981 to advertise forthcoming issues of the magazine; as well as - an extra dis-bound copy of the Smegmatronics "Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc and additional unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers (both also present as called for in issue no. 3 of the magazine). Various sizes, 12 mo. to tall 4to. Near fine. Self wrappers, stapled. Three calendars ring-bound. Related print ephemera in fine condition. Most probably the complete set of all published.

EUR 3,000.00

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Neo-dada underground music and art magazine published by Smegmanagers: Torridzone Igloo (Alexander Hirka), Scarlatina Lust, Contributors were Jim Howley, John Potter, Lester Burg, Spaz Turner, Joan Scholvin, Tuli Kupferberg, Buster Cleveland, Bart Plantenga, Tod Jorgensen, disloKate Klammer, E.F.HiggingsIII, Joanne Mayhew-Young. One of the first montage-style punkzines. Includes some original drawings by Tuli Kupferberg (of the Fugs) etc., with collage and mail-art. The set is accompanied by a complete set of supplemental Smegma-related print productions consisting of: - A Supple Mint, nos. 1 (1978) through 3 (1980): [8; 12; 14 pages; 21,5x17,5 cm; photocopied with colour added by hand] ; - Smegma Calendars for 1979, 1980, 1981, and 1982 ; [24 pages, 21,5x17,5 cm; 13 pages, 35,5x21,5cm; 13 pages, 35.5x21,5cm; 13 pages,12x10 cm]. The Calender pages each month done by other one of the contributors, with sheets of different colour per month. held together by metal rings to allow to turn the monthly pages (last page of 1980 detached from one ring, but otherwise intact). - eleven (11) Smegma flyers produced by Lust and Igloo between 1978 and 1981 to advertise forthcoming issues of the magazine ; as well as an - extra dis-bound copy of the Smegatronics "Hot Dog, You Bet!" 45 rpm flexi-disc and additional unpeeled set of "Smegma: the Magazine" stickers (both also present as called for in issue no. 3 of the magazine). --Contributors were Jim Howley, John Potter, Lester Burg, Spaz Turner, Joan Scholvin, Tuli Kupferberg, Buster Cleveland, Bart Plantenga, Tod Jorgensen, disloKate Klammer, E.F.HiggingsIII, Joanne Mayhew-Young, a.o. Rare. NOT in "In Numbers" and not in "Allen".

[#20984]

SOFT ART PRESS

Soft art Press. Lausanne, Galerie Soft Press, 1975- 1979. 14 issues out of 18 all published. 29.5 x 21 cm (folded sheets). Black, blue, red, green, and yellow offset on white and pink paper. Wrappers. Unbound. Folded. Information about various art archives. Very good condition. Rare. I

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by Noémi Maidan, with Max Bucher from No.12 onwards. A quarterly mail art magazine from Switzerland that reproduces postcards, rubber stamps, mail art notices and announcements of small press releases worldwide. Contains artists’ contributions in the form of offset, silkscreen and rubber stamps. Included are: - No.2 June-July 1975, 8 pp. Featured artists Sylvia and Hernan Sanchez, Max Bucher, group exhibition ‘la vache dans l’art’, Flipper show. - No.4 January 1976, 8 pp. Featured are Urs Banninger, Ecart Galerie, Women in Art, advertisement to order rubberstamps produced by Galerie Soft Art. - No.5 April 1976, 10 pp. Insert on pink paper by René Aeberhard, Exhibition announcement collobaration of three women from California and 3 Swiss artists, advertisement for Art Diary on back cover . - No.6 July 1976, 12 pp. Front cover William Thomas. Featured artists Untel. Items on Video Manifestation during Second Biennial of Swiss art (text in English), La Mamelle Arts Center San Francisco. Various advertisements including Agora Studio Maastricht, Ecart publications Geneva, Intermedia journal. - No.9 May 1977, 10 pp. Cover by René Aeberhard. Backcover by Jorg Glusberg (director of the Centro de Arte y Comunicación CAyC Buenos Aires) titled ‘roads of buenos aires, photographed at a distance of one meter’. Contribution by H.R. Ambuaen (in colour), Debra Rapoport (in English). Announcement for a mail art show by Librije Zwolle, Broodthaers at Malacorda Geneva, advertisements for Egozine and AQ16. - No.10 July 1977, 12 pp. Title has added caption ‘someday it could be a collector’s item’. Cover with image of a Joseph Beuys installation at Art Basel 1977. Announcements include Freedom Research Center Japan, New Reform Belgium, R. Mutt galleries and Banana Productions USA. - No.11 October 1977, 16 pp. Special Japan issue. Printed multi coloured on white. Contributions by Chizuko Komishi, Tatsuo Yamamoto, Ju Imanishi, S. Shimamoto,Keigo Yamamoto and others. Includes a list of small press publications, editorial in Japanese and French. - No.12 January 1978, 14 pp. Cover features Natalia LL. Special inserts W.G. Cassel, Ruedi Schill, Monique Bailly-Roulin. - No. 13 April 1978, 14 pp. Printed multi colour on white. Special pages on Ecart featuring Endre Tot, Dick Higgins, John Armleder, Patrick Lucchini. Ads for Vile International No.6 Fe-MAIL ART/Banana Productions, Cabaret Voltaire, Punk Magazine, Ben Vautier. - No. 14 July 1978, 8 pp. Contains 3 loose inserts (ads for ‘Informazione/Arte’ and Soft Art Press). Printed blue on white. Cover by Klaus Groh. Contributions by Groh, Henri Niotou, Lomholt Formular Press. Includes Ulises Carrion's text 'EAMIS erratic art mail international system- an alternative to the official post offices' (in English), Paolo Brusky announcement for First International Visual Poems on Out-door Exhibition in Recife, Brasil. Announcement Free Clemente Padin and Jorge Caraballo in Uruquay. Ad for Artes Visuales magazine Mexico with the outcry ‘America Latina. “PARLA!!” (speak up) - No.15 November 1978, 16 pp. Theme number dedicated to multi-media art archives. Editor Noémi Maidan sent a questionnaire to an interesting list of international art archives including Art Information Centre Peter van Beveren, Jean Brown, Lomholt, Franklin Furnace, Albrecht D,, Ulises Carrion, G.J. de Rook, Hans Sohm, Printed Matter, Vautier, Zona. Full page ad for Lundada Bank, Galerie St Petri archive of experimenta and marginal art, Lund Sweden. Includes the response to the questionnaire by Ulises Carrion explaining the transition from the Other Books and So bookstore to an archive and exhibition vehicle. He mentions the artists' book show he planned to curate in Alkmaar in which all issues of Soft Art Press would be shown. - No 16 Feb 1979, 14 pp. 'European largest Art Magazine'. Cover by Maidan, printed front and back. Contributions by Scott Helmes, Vittore Baroni, Janos Urban, Marilyn Rosenberg. Ad by Tract Paris (invitation to participate in project 'The Breaking Way'), L'Atta Paris, Ekk de Loro Punkxerox productions Hannover, Other Books & So Amsterdam. - No. 17 May 1979, 18 pp. Cover by Gabor Toth. Information on international mail art and rubber stamp shows. Printed rubber stamp contributions by Pawel Petasz, Image Bank, Peter Schuyff, Robert Saunders and others. Ads by Tract, Galerie Gaetan, New Agency London and an announcement for the Image Bank postcard show. - No 18 Sept 1979, 16 pp. Special on Central and South America. Printed on pink paper. Cover features names of various Latin American mail-art figures. Contributions by Bruscky, Duch, G.E. Marx, Vigo, Magali Lara, Horacia Zabala, Juan Luis Diaz and others. Attention given to Clemente Padin and Jorge Caraballo's detention in Uruquay. Advertisements for Artes Visuales magazine Mexico with the outcry ‘America Latina. “PARLA!!” (speak up), Cres Amsterdam/ Ulises Carrion, Tra, Intermedia, Todorovic documentation centre Belgrade. + Added: Art Power -No.19, November 1975. Lausanne, Impact Gallery, 1975. 29.5 x 21 cm, 14 pp. Featuring the Impact Group: Barbier, Echenard, Ballmoos, Schauenberg, Nussbaumer, Scheurer. Impact Gallery collaborated with the Soft Art Gallery Lausanne. In No.11(text in French) and No.14 Soft Art Press describes itself as follows: 'Soft art Press is a little magazine dealing with non-static art: video, mail-art, artists' public performances. It has 16 pages printed in offset. Original works may be added occasionally.' Distributed ‘in principal countries of the world’. Soft Art Press is mentioned in Gwen Allen p 298, and by Anna Banana in the introduction to Vile #6 Fe-Mail Art, 1978.

[#13971]

SOMMAIRE

Mensuel.

No. 1-35 (Nos.10-12, 20 were never published). Saint-Maur, November 1991 - September 1995. Folded sheets. Size (h/w): 29,7 x 21 cm. The collection includes No. 3' (bis), the second number by Gette with photographs to accompany No.3 with text). All issues were mailed with postmark.

EUR 700.00

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Mail-art publication, edited by Pierre Leguillon with collaboration of Estelle Bernardin, Boris Casrlier, Cecilia Kebaili, John Briens, a.o. Each sheet is designed by an artist amongst which: Gette, Obrist,Signer, Bouabre, Hybert, Messager, Feldman, Koo Jeong-a, Rainer Oldendorf, Thomas Hirschhorn, a.o. Clipping in no. 25 (possibly intentionally done by the artist)

[#21054]

SPECIMEN 1

-Edited by Marten Hendriks, published by de Rook. Utrecht, Exp/press, Nd.1974. Softcover, 29.5 x 21 cm, 54 pp.

EUR 900.00

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Artists’ book with contributions by Felipe Ehrenberg, G. J. de Rook, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Clemente Padín and others. Inserted is a postcard by Clemente Padin, Exp/press info-brochure and folded print Dalibor Chatnry. Text primarily in English, some Dutch, French, Italian, and German. Near mint copy.

[#18762]

LE SPHINX (with Llyss Dana)

Cahiers trimestriels d'alternatives artistiques et culturelles

No. 14/15. Beaugency, hiver 1981. 126 pages, in illustrated card wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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French concrete poetry and mail art magazine, edited by Patrick Mounier. Contributors: Tillier, Horus, Ra, Klesoual'h. Klugkist, Blaine Olbrich, etc.

[#18771]

LE SPHINX (with Llyss Dana)

Cahiers trimestriels d'alternatives artistiques et culturelles

No. 12/13, Été 1981 and No. 14/15, Hiver 1981. Orig. Illustrated wrappers. 144, 126 pages. (Tiny spots on frontcover 14/15, otherwise all in excellent condition). Scarce.

EUR 400.00

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French concrete poetry and mail art magazine, edited by Patrick Mounier.

[#19544]

LE SPHINX (with Llyss Dana)

Cahiers trimestriels d'alternatives artistiques et culturelles

No. 9. Printemps 1980. 88 pages, incl. illustrated wrapper.

EUR 400.00

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Mail art related and artist magazine, directed by Patrick Mounier. The sequel to "Dragon Rouge"by Philippe Pissier. In total 17 numbers published. Contributions btyCorfou, Horus, Vandreporte, Tillier, Cavellini, Gibbs, Zekowski, Bakline, Baroni, etc. Heavily illustrated.

[#21162]

LE SPHINX (with Llyss Dana)

Cahiers trimestriels d'alternatives artistiques et culturelles

No. 5. Beaugency (France), Tatou Productions/ Llys Dana, undated (1983). String bound mimeographed booklet, 30.5 x 21.5 cm, 12 pp. printed on brown and yellow paper.

EUR 600.00

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Brimming with illustrations and unreadable texts, probably an assembling by various artists (no names mentioned). Limited edition of 100 copies, this one number 026 ¾. Dog eared copy, else fine. Sphinx cahiers trimestriels d’alternatives artistiques & culturelles / Journal of alternative art and culture was founded in 1978, edited by Patrick Mounier. Scarce

[#21268]

LE SPHINX (with Llyss Dana)

Cahiers trimestriels d'alternatives artistiques et culturelles

No.6 Trimestriel Summer 1979.Beaugency (France), Tatou Productions/ Llys Dana. Edited by Patrick Mounier. Softcover, Xeroxed journal, 27 x 21cm, 83 pp. printed black on white paper. Assembling magazine featuring texts and illustrations by various artists and publicity/announcements by international alternative art spaces and recently published zines. Text in French. Unknown edition size. Contributions by Thierry Tillier, Roger Avau, Mensuel 25, Le La, Le Crayon Noir, Michael Gibbs, Jean-Pol Lefebvre, Icarus et al. This copy belonged to Michael Gibbs, artist and publisher of Kontexts Publications, Amsterdam. It includes a postcard with a typewritten text by Llys Dana aka Horus: “Hello..Pub for your SELECTED PAGES page 2 and one other page 75 + your postcard… Your collaboration is page 18. It’s good!!! Special Thanks.. Now I expose at Sydney, Anvers, Bremen, Paris.. Perhaps could you put little words or others pubsssss on our Publication in Holland. Amities Horus Co/ Llys Dana.” Sphinx cahiers trimestriels d’alternatives artistiques & culturelles / Journal of alternative art and culture was founded in 1978. Cover with moderate toning else a very good copy.

EUR 500.00

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[#20341]

Peter Jörg SPLETTSTÖSSER

International Rubberstamp Workshop, Bremen 22.8.81- 30.8.81 Weserburg, selfpublished, Worpswede, 1981 14.5 x 21cm x 1.5 cm, 150 pages unpaginated Catalogue conceived and handstamped by Peter Jörg Splettstösser, edition 250

EUR 500.00

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Contributions by Michael Gibbs, Gyorgy Galantai, Robin Crozier, Ulises Carrion, Paolo Bruscky, Edgardo-Antonio Vigo, Takako Saito, Pawel Petasz. Mauricio Nannucci, Richard Kostelanetz.

[#19977]

STAMP-ART (Magazine)

Number 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.

EUR 1,500.00

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All with 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.

[#19978]

STAMP-ART (Magazine)

Number 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 good condition.

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.

[#20059]

STAMP-ART (Magazine)

Number 5. 1984: Editor: Bill Gaglione./ CARE Number 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. Fine condition.

EUR 3,000.00

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[#19596]

STAMP POSTCARDS.

Antwerp, Guy Schraenen éditeur, 1977. Blue paper wallet with 12 postcards featuring original rubber stamp prints in various colours. 10.5 x 15 cm. Includes an extra card with the publisher's information. Edition of 250 numbered copies, this is number 181.

EUR 300.00

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Artists'contributions by Eduard Bal, Ben, Henryk Bzdok, Jorge Carabaldo, Michael Gibbs, Horst Hahn, Robert Jacks, J.H. Kocman, Gerald Minkoff, Maurizio Nannucci, Muriel Olesen, Gabor Toth.

[#17127]

STAMP WORLD.

Only published issue: Seattle, WA, Triangl Post 1984.Tabloid, 8pp. Offset red and black.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by C.T. Chew, C. Berry, B. Cleveland, E.F. Higgins III, A. Banana, Dogfish (R. Rudine), G.A. Cavellini, P. Bielman, G. Maciunas, S. Lust and Doo Da Post and others.

[#19598]

STAMPS IN PRAXIS

Original stamps collected on correspondence, documents and in publications.

Antwerp, Guy Schraenen/Archive Small Press & Communication (A.S.C.P), 1977. Stapled booklet,, 15,5 x 21,5 cm, 12 pages with illustrated cover and original rubber stamps.

EUR 200.00

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Catalogue for the exhibition organised by Guy Schraenen at Galerie Kontakt in Antwerp, November 1977 and Stempelplaats in Amsterdam, January 1978. Contains 4 original stampworks by Eduard Bal, Michael Gibbs, Henryk Bzdok and Robert Rehfelt. Intoduction text by Guy Schraenen.

[#15423]

STEINLENS 2e PROCEDURE (Mail art)

Series of 23 cardboard leaves, mainly 16,5 x 10,5 cm, with mounted (col.)ills. (each 5,2 x 7,5 cm), in various techniques. All cards addressed and sent to the journalist and column writer Simon Carmiggelt, the first 19 to his house address, the later ones to the newspaper Het Parool for S. Carmiggelt.

EUR 600.00

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A series of anonymous mail art objects, that were sent to newspaper journalists in the Netherlands during the years 1970-1972. The artists are not identified. Cards numbered 1-19 in blue ballpoint and 4 cards w. mounted cut out newspaper fragments, all cards with poststamp (postmarked 22/03/1974 to 04/05/1974) and wirth artists/senders stamp "Steinlens 2e procedure" (the last card also "galerie de Kluis"). 'Derdereeks 20steeeuws anoniem'.

[#19601]

STEMPEL PLAATS

Exposiçao Internacionale de Desenhos com Carimbos Borracha

Aart van Barneveld, Recife, Brasil 1978. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15.5 cm, 12stenciled ills. pages. Catalogue for a rubber stamp exhibition organised by Aart van Barneveld at the 1° Festival de Inverno de 15 à 30 de julho de 1978 UNICAP (Universitade Catolica de Pernambuco, Brésil). Introduction text in Portuguese.

EUR 350.00

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The exhibition featured rubber stamp works from international mail art artists such as Ulises Carrión, Paulo Bruscky, Anna Banana, Ray diPalma, Robin Crozier, Bill Gaglione, Klaus Groh, Dick Higgins, Raul Marroquin, Geza Perneczsky, Francesco Pino, Pawel Petasz, Regina Silveira, Gabor Toth, Jiri Valoch, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Paulo Brusky and Vautier. Added is the invitation to join the 2° Festival de Inverno da UNICAP in 1979. Stenciled sheet, 32 x 21.5 cm, folded in 4. Some wear along the edges and folds. Aart van Barneveld ran Stempelplaats, an exhibition and workshop space in Amsterdam (1077-1980) where international artists experimented with rubber stamps and Mail art.

[#19975]

STEMPELBOEK. BOOK OF STAMPS.

Stempelboek / Book of stamps, 1975 published by Brummense uitgeverij van Luxe Werkjes / Jan Brand, Arnhem – Peter van Beveren, Middelburg Linencovered boards, blindstamped title on front and publisher's stamp on back cover, black title on spine. 30 x 21 x 2 cm, 90 pp. Made in a limited edition of 51 + 39 HC. Very good condition.

EUR 1,800.00

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This artists book with ORIGINAL stampings has been made in co-operation with the Kunstinformatiecentrum in Middelburg run by Peter van Beveren. Contributions by Geza Perneczky, Timm Ulrichs, Marten Hendriks, Hans W. Kalkman, Robert Jacks, Ken Friedman, Klaus Groh, Uwe Kreutzfeld, John Armleder, Ben Sleeuwenhoek, Endre Tot, Woody van Amen, COUM Genesis P. Orridge, de Rook , ULAY, Marten Hendriks, Jiri Valoch , Ulisses Carrion, Ad Gerritsen , G. Minkoff , P. Below , Herve Fischer , John Armleder , Pat Lucchini , Robert Rehfeldt , John Liggins , van Geluwe.

[#21078]

STYFF

COLPAERT, Erik. Gent (B), VKH 1981. Vol. I no 2: 29 x 20 cm., stapled, 58pp. (orig.wrappers;publicity band intact. First edition, size unknown.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Erik Colpaert, VKHVZW Centrum voor Kunstadvies,B 8100 Torhout. Mail Art issue: Ulises Carrión, Guy Bleus et al.

[#20476]

Robert SWIERKIEWICZ.

large poster, 47 x 33 cm, Magyar Nemzeti Galeria Budapest, sept-oktober 1982, blue silkscreen, with die cut, perforations; and sticker

EUR 150.00

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[#19599]

Bruno TALPO

Aragon Centre/ Free Palomo

XVI Bienal de Sao Paulo. Brasil. Aragon Centre. 1981. Thick sheet 12,5 x 17,5 cm with 4 stamps (2 identical pairs) printed on perforated paper.

EUR 250.00

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Handwritten text addition in black ink "Sottoscrivete per la liberazione B Talpo" et "Figlio di Edgardo Vigo, Argentina". Added in red on top of the two bottom images 'Free Palomo'.

[#18926]

TEXTILE WITHOUT TEXTILE

in 300 signed and numbered copies

N.p.: Gyorgy Galantai-Artpool 1980. Printed cardboard portfolio, 32 x 22 mm, 54 sheets. Published in an edition of 300. Each contribution is akin to an original artist's work and the magazine a mini self-contained exhibition.

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by Gyorgy Galantai. The first Hungarian assembling magazine, organized and published by the artist Gyory Galantai following the exhibition 'Textile without Textile' curated by Andras Ban (FMK, 19-26 October 1979). Brown decorated portfolio containing 54 contributions (each signed and numbered) of varying sizes and paper stocks. Features litographs, stencils, water color, Xerox, stamps, original photographic prints etc. loose as issued. Participating artists include: Aniko Bajko (Hungary); Mihaly Balazsovics (H); Andras Ban (H); Viktor Benko (H); G.A. Cavellini (Italy); Laszlo Deak (H); Miklos Erdely (H); Gyorgy Fazekas (H); Nicola Frangione (I); John Furnival (Great Britain); Gyorgy Galantai (H); Judit Gink (H); Kati Gulyas (H); Laszlo Herczeg (H); Marc Van Hoe (Belgium); Aranka Hubner (H); Csilla Kelecsenyi (H); Karoly Kelemen (H); Gyorgy Kemeny (H); Andras Koncz (H); Zoltan Labas (H); Andras Lengyel (H); Lorant Mehes (H); Anna Moor (Czech); Laszlo Nagyvari (H); Marco Pachetti (I); Attila Pacser (H); Gyula Pauer (H); Janos Sugar (H); Margit Szilvitszky (H); Zsuzsa Szenes (H); Agnes Szep (H); Balint Szombathy (Yugoslavia); Arpad f.Toth (H); Ferenc Veszely (H), and Andrzej Wielgosz (Poland).

[#21075]

LE TIMBRE

DALIGAND, Daniel. Paris (F), 1985. Last issue, Hommage à Rimbaud: 295x210 mm., stapled, unpaginated. Xerox. First edition of 100 numbered and signed copies.

EUR 150.00

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[#19600]

Endré TÓT.

Ten documents 1973-1980.

Amsterdam, Stempelplaats, 1980. 10 loose offset printed and handstamped cards 14,5 x 20,5 cm contained in thick illustrated folded wrapper.

EUR 300.00

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Contains reproductions of telegraphs sent by the artist between 1973 and 1980. Each document is handstamped in red ink with the message "Documents make me glad. Tótaljoy". Edition size of 200 of which 40 were signed. This is the unsigned version. Wrapper has some creases on upper right part, else very good.

[#19541]

VAGUE

A Nebazine.

Small magazines, from xerox-copies. Nos. 1,2,3,4, 1980, each 13.5 x 11cm, 1982 , With original envelopes. Vague, Special Issue. (nebazine) 37/50, with note by Steve Random, 16 pg, 13.5 x 11cm, 1982

EUR 400.00

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Created by Steve Random. Collaboration of Ben Banville, CarloPittore, Bernd Olbrich, Buster Cleveland, Anna Banana and other. ; 5o copies produced.

[#21283]

VARGEN (The Wolf)

No.5. Hägersten (Sweden), Kulturmagasinet Vargen, 1975. Edited by Carsten Regild and Rolf Börjlind. Staple bound, black front pictorial wrapper with rear cardboard cover, 30 x 21 cm, c. 200 pp. Assembling type magazine featuring b/w photocopied texts and illustrations by Swedish and international artists. Contributions by Wolf Vostell, Hervé Fischer, Albrecht/d., Jorge Caraballo, Eric Andersen, Ben Vautier, Timm Ulrichs, Peter Falck, Endre Tót, Maurizio Nannucci, Jaroslav Kozlowski, Michael Gibbs, Rod Summers, Richard Kostelanetz, Ulises Carrion, Robin Crozier, Gabor Atalai, Bengt af Klintberg, Klaus Groh, Davi Det Hompson, Raul Marroquin, Antonio Muntadas et al. Includes 2 loose inserted textsheets from Moderna Museet regarding the 1977 program, an announcement flyer for a show by Rolf Börjlind at Moderna Museet in 1977 and a 4 page brochure titled 'Carsten Regild - A Lone Wolf’ with an essay by Jean Sellem, 1976. Vargen was an experimental Underground and Art magazine ran by Carsten Regild and Rolf Börjlind from 1973 to 1976, 8 issues were released in total. The cover features some toning, interior is very good. No.6. Hägersten (Sweden), Kulturmagasinet Vargen, 1975. Edited by Carsten Regild. Staple bound, striking colour illustrated cover, 30 x 21 cm, c. 190 pp. Assembling type magazine featuring extensive colour printed texts and illustrations by Swedish and international artists. Contributions by Opal L Nation, Michael Gibbs, Olle Granath, Ernst Buchwalder, Jo Mallander, Wolf Vostell, Lomholt, Mats B and others. Vargen was an experimental Underground and Art magazine ran by Carsten Regild and Rolf Börjlind from 1973 to 1976, 8 issues were released in total. Very good copy. Carsten Regild and Jean Sellem, The Wolf enters the Brain-Bizarre. Stockholm, Wolf Production / Lund, Galerie S:t Petri Archive of Experimental and Marginal Art, 1976. Sraplebound, 29 x 21.5 cm, 25 leaves plus one loosely inserted gold-coloured sheet with die-cut holes. Front pictorial wrapper and rear cardboard cover, originally closed with a pictorial seal (now opened). Features art works and a few texts by Carsten Regild, and an essay by Jean Sellem titled 'Carsten Regild - A Lone Wolf’. Inserted is a 4 page brochure with the same text by Jean Sellem. It houses 5 loose sheets with photocopied works by Regild.

EUR 400.00

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[#19602]

Edgardo VIGO & Horacio Zabala

Ultima exposicion internacional de artecorreo ‘75 - Last international exhibition of mail art '75.

Buenos Aires, Galeria Arte Nuevo, December 1975. Catalogue, 15 x 24.5 cm. 4 loose leaves on thin paper contained in illustrated wrapper. Printed in black and blue.

EUR 300.00

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Catalogue for the exhibition organized by Horacio Zabala and Edgardo Antonio Vigo. Includes a list of participants.Text by Jean-Marc Poinsot in French, Spanish and English. Minor creasing on wrapper, leaves are very good.

[#21081]

VILE

Anna BANANA. . San Francisco, CA, Banana Productions VILE MAGAZINE Number 3 (aka Vol. 3 no1) .1965/80. Christmas Special: 28x21cm., stapled, 66pp. VILE MAGAZINE. Number 4 (aka Vol. I,no 2, Vol. II, no 1). 1975. International Double Issue: 28x21cm., softcovers, VI + 100pp. VILE MAGAZINE . Number 5 (aka Vol. III, no. 2): 27,5x2,5 mm., softcovers, 98pp Summer 1977. First edition of 1000 numbered copies, rubber stamped by Anna Banana.

EUR 1,000.00

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"Vile": the shocking, pioneering, subversive mail-art magazine published by Anna Long and Bill Gaglione (Anna Banana and William Gaglione). It was published between 1974 and 1983 by the mail artists Anna Banana and Bill Gaglione. Visually, the periodical is a parody of General Idea's influential FILE megazine, which itself parodied the format of Life magazin. The contents are examples of international mail art, texts & manifestoes, letters, performance documentation, articles on individual artists & their projects, and faux-advertisements. Each issue featured an introduction by Banana. VILE continued for nine years, until 1983, producing seven issues

[#20098]

VILE

About VILE. A book. Edited and Produced by Anna Banana. Banana Productions, Vancouver, B.C., Canada 1983 First edition. 4to. 106 pp. Near fine in illustrated wrappers. A profusely illustrated history of Vile magazine and the “international mail-art network which Vile reflected between 1974 and 1980.” The promotional flyer that accompanies counts this book as the 8th and final edition of Vile. This copy was mailed to Maledicta editor Reinhold Aman by Banana with a “Bonus Pack” containing - an additional different promotional flyer for this issue, and - the first three Vile Cover Series postcards, upon which Anna Banana has penned a letter to Reinhold Aman, praising his work, and informing him of Vile and her publishing history. - TOGETHER WITH Banana, Anna. ed.: VILE Covers Series cards. Vancouver: Banana Productions [c. 1983 First editions. Nine numbered 5 5 ⁄ 8 x 3 5 ⁄ 8 inch postcards. Fine. A complete set of cards reproducing the covers of the mail art vehicle VILE., Plus: A Bonus Pack, cotaining 4 Postcards of Anna Bananas production, mint, not used.

EUR 1,400.00

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Produced by Anna Banana. Includes a complete set of the postcards. A profusely illustrated history of Vile magazine and the “international mail-art network which Vile reflected between 1974 and 1980.” The promotional flyer that accompanies counts this book as the 8th and final edition of Vile. This copy was mailed to Maledicta editor Reinhold Aman by Banana with a “Bonus Pack” containing a additional different promotional flyer for this issue, and the first three Vile Cover Series postcards, upon which Anna Banana has penned a letter to Aman, praising his work, and informing him of Vile and her publishing historyThe bonus cards reproduced: The Theam; Putting phtsical fitmess on the map; Handcarved rubber stamps by Henryk Bzdok; Storefront of Banana record. An interesting ensemble.

[#19445]

VILE

[VILE MAGAZINE. Vile No.7] STAMPART. San Francisco. Banana Productions. (Made in Daddaland, Dossier Editions). 1979. ( 24 x 17.2 cm ). A Stamp-art assembling, composed of approximately 300 rubber - stamped pages (some signed). Original black card wrappers, bound with metal clasp, stickers and rubberstamp affixed to front cover. A very well-preserved copy, overlapping edges and corners lightly bended but intact, and with minimal wear to this fragile card-cover.

EUR 3,000.00

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STAMPART issue. Edition of 300 copies. A dossier of international stamp works. The most elaborate and rarest of all Vile issues as most copies were distributed back to artist contributors. VILE magazine was founded by artist Anna Banana in response to the magazine FILE’ s growing disdain for mail - art. She worked togetherwith Bill Gaglione and the Bay Area Dadaists. This volume is an assembling of rubber stamp art. One hundred and eighty - five international contributors each sent approximately three hundred rubberstamped pages, which were then collated to create the final assemblings. The volume was produced in an edition of 300, but not many remained because the copies were returned to the condtribuors; a very good copy as offered here is very rare. . [Ref. Gwen Allen – Artists’ Magazines. An alternative space for art, p. 308; Aarons & Roth - In Numbers. Serial Publications by Artists S ince 1955, pp. 404 - 411].

[#21258]

Letters from Rosmarie & Keith WALDROP

Providence (USA), Burning Deck, 1970. Edition of 500, this is 348/500. Signed on front cover. Softcover, orange wraps within an orange wrapper designed to look like an envelope mailed from Munich, 18.5 x 25.5 cm, 20 pp.c

EUR 100.00

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[#21080]

WEEKLY BREEDER

FRANK, Nancy/ LOFLER, Carl/ LLOYD, Ginny. San Francisco, CA, La Mamelle 1980. Vol. I, no 2: 43x28 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset printed recto.

EUR 300.00

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Contributions by Buster Cleveland, Robert Rockola, Bill Gaglione, Kazu Yanagi and Tadashi Oyama.

[#20485]

Ruth WOLF-REHFELDT.

Best wishes 1982, B&W image, text in pencil, signed 1981, A4, thick paper, folded in 4, with stamp on back, ruth w rehfeldt mailart

EUR 200.00

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[#21084]

Ruth WOLF-REHFELDT - 81

Berlin (DDR), self-published, 1981, in folder 21 x 15,5 cm; "Happy New Year". Typewriting card, rubber stamped name and signed on the back; "All the best to you in 1981".

EUR 300.00

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[#20206]

WOW !

Number 5 / Ed. Katalin Ladik et al. 1975 (Novisad, YU).. 4 sheets, stapled, 50,3 x 17,3 cm folded to 25,3 x 17,3 cm

EUR 900.00

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Artists Magazine of the former artists group Bosch+Bosch: Mirella Bentivoglio, Stephen B. Cox, Michael Gibbs, Eugen Gomringer , Vladimir Gudac, Miroslav Klivar, Katalin Ladik, Nicola de Maria, Józef Markulik, Paul Neagu, Padin and Caraballo ("Chile 11. Sept. 1973"), Robert Rehfeldt, René J. Rejl on Miroslv Klivar), Predrag Sidjanin, Petr Stembera, Misko Suvakovic, Bm Sombathy, Gábor Tóth, and others

[#16966]

Yayoi YOSHITOME

Mail Art Archive

Small archive: Art of Shoes. Leather, plaster, putty, sponges, beads + shozo's head. 1995. Postcard + 10 photographs of Shoes Performances (annoted on the back), a picture of the artist, a photograph of the Mail Art Project "Art of Shoes"(Participants 33 countries, 582 artists). In original envelope with a personal note addressed to John Campbell.

EUR 300.00

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In original envelope with a personal note addressed to John Campbell.