Cat. 302 Part 2

Conceptualism, Concrete and Visual Poetry: M-Z

[#17002]

MAGAZINE

Nos. 1-6 (all published). NY: (np). [1964-1966]. Six issues, each fine in wrappers and dust jacket made from sheets of newspaper, stamped with the word "MAGAZINE" either in purple or red ink, or gold paint. A fine set (except for some staple holes to the page edges of No.6). Rare complete and in such good condition.

EUR 1,200.00

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Artist periodical, edited by Lewis Ellingham and David Franks. Contributions by the editors, Creeley, Levertov, Blackburn, Sanders, Wakoski, Kyger, Blaser, Frank O'Hara, John Sinclair,Martin Kramer, Paul Blackburn, Robin Eichele, Elliot Coleman, Gary Snyder, Joan Gilbert, Marilyn Hacker, a.o. Ills. by Edwin Shostak ('The Supremes'), R. Fitzgerald, Armando Navarro, John Dowd ('Bob Dylan'), a.o.

[#16242]

MAIO

International Poetry Magazine.

Number 1 (all publ.). London, Alberto de Lacerda, 1973. Original printed wrappers (title in English on the front- and in Portuguese on the back-cover). Stapled (very light soilage to the spine, but otherwise very good). 8vo., 92 pp.

EUR 800.00

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Founded and edited by the poet [Carlos] Alberto [Portugal Correia] de Lacerda (born Moçambique Island, 1928, died London 2007), with a subsidy from Boston University. All of the contents are originals and previously unpublished. There are texts in Portuguese, Spanish, French and English. Included are extracts from the novella Titânia by Mário Cesariny [first published in book form in 1977], with an illustration by Cruzeiro Seixas, poems by Octavio Paz, Júlio Pomar (the first published poem by this important Portuguese painter), Augusto de Campos, Luís Amorim de Sousa, Jorge Guillén, and Murilo Mendes. Also contributions by Anne Beresford, Ben Norwood, Celia Gilbert, Claude Royet–Journoud, David Steiling, David Wevill, Dominique Fourcade, and Ruth Lepson.

[#17120]

MALA GALERIA.

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

EUR 1,200.00

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

[#19988]

MALEBOLGE

Rivista di letteratura.

Quaderno n. 1 primavera-estate 1967. By Giovanni Anceschi, Corrado Costa, Antonio Porta, Adriano Spatola. (The only published supplement to the periodical). Original wrappers, with publicity band intact. Numbered copy 64. Very lightly dustsoiled,otherwise fine.

EUR 300.00

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Testi poetici di Nanni Balestrini, Corrado Costa, Antonio Porta, Adriano Spatola, Pierre Garnier, Giorgio Siribaldi Luso, Alberto Episcopi, Arturo Fittipaldi, Claudio Baisi, Felice Piemontese, Joan Brossa. Testi critici di Giorgio Siribaldi Luso, Giorgio celli, Vincenzo Accame, Corrado Costa. Contiene inoltre il «Manifesto dell’arte permutazionale» di Abraham A. Moles, «Comunicazione e semiotica» di Tomàs Maldonado, due manifesti di Henri Chopin e un testo sulla poesia concreta brasiliana di Haroldo de Campos.

[#20222]

MALEBOLGE

Rivista di letteratura.

Nos. 1, 2, 3/4 (all publ.). Reggio Emilia/Milano, (Technostampa-Scheiwiller). 1964-1967. (4 numbers, square 8vo). Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 2,000.00

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Journal of visual poetry founded by A. Spatola, G. Celli, C. Costa, close to the Gruppo 63. Contributors include A. Porta, V. Accame, E. Sanguinetti, N. Balestrini, A. Giuglielmi, U. Eco, H. Chopin, etc . Responsable for the graphic design and layout: Giovanni Anceschi (covers in nice typography with round and square cut-outs showing green, blue, red and yellow stock behind..

[#17081]

MALTHUS.

Numbers 1-4 (all publ.). Berkeley: Dale Jensen (1986-1987). Orig. stapled wrappers. A photograph mounted to the cover of number 1; also some stamp art.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Dale Jensen. An artisanal production with several illustrations and pages of varying size. An emphasis on visual and concrete poetry. Contributions by Ivan Arguelles, Dick Higgins, jw curry, Jack Hirschman, Guy Beining, Larry Eigner, Geoffrey Cook, Richard Kostelanetz,Joes Keppler, and many others. Number 3 indicates the presence of two chapbooks issued together with this issue, but they were bound separately and individually, and are not present. Complete sets are rare (edition limited to 200)

[#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).

[#8986]

MANDALA

Tijdschrift voor internationale avantgarde en etno-literatuur (later subtitle changes to: Grenzenloos literair tijdschrift).

Nos. 1-8, then changing its numbering to Vol. 3 (comprising 4 issues) and 4 (comprising 2 issues). All published. Amsterdam, Lente 1975-1980. Original wrappers. ( front covers of nos. 3/3 and 3/4 with stamps, otherwise a good clean set). .

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Jos Knipscheer. Contribs. by Fr. Beltrametti, O.R. Castillo, Gr. Corso, Ch.Bukowski, Lawrence Ferlinghetti (transl.Vinkenoog), Diane di Prima, Piero Heliczer,Gary Snyder, Steef Davidson, H. Hoogstraten, Jos Knipscheer, Sj. Kuyper, P.H. van Lieshout, Beno Lubini, Lapok Manau, P. Nijmeijer, P. Schuddeboom, a.o. No. 2 of 1979 devoted to 'One World Poetry 1978'.No. 5 is Poetry International No. 7 is Montagna Rossa (a cura di Franco Beltrametti, incl. a.o. Spatola, Blaine, Padin), 3 no 2 signed by and with 2 corrections by Simon Vinkenoog.

[#18350]

MAO TSE TUNG

One issue (np): (np) (1970). 4to. [40 pp]. Corners bumped, else near fine in side-stapled wrappers.

EUR 140.00

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Contributions by Stephen Benson, Alan Berheimer, Bill Graves, Pat Bizzell, Rodger Kamentz, Steve Miller, and Alex Smith.

[#20257]

THE MARRAHWANNAH QUARTERLY

Vol. 3 no 3 & Vol. 3 no 4 & Vol. 4 no 2. Cleveland, Renegade press, 1967, 1967/68. Three issues. Original illustrated wrappers; 4to; 34, 31 pp., mimeographed leaves; , stapled in spine; cover of the second issue with marginal tape-marks

EUR 2,400.00

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Edited by d.a.levy. Concrete and visual poetry, typewriter poetry Vol. 3 no 3 mimeographed leaves (rectos only), side-stapled and glued into an original watercolored outer wrapper by d.a. levy; 34 unnumbered leaves, plus outer wrapper; The concrete issue, with statements by B.P. Nichol and d.a. levy, followed by contributions by T.L. Kryss, levy, Julian Kallander, David W. Harris, Russell Atkins, B.P. Nichol, Adam Kadmon, "Linda", E.S. Harmon, Bill Bissett, E.R. Baxter, Robert J. Sigmund, D.R. Wagner, and Mara.; Vol. 3 no 4 incl. poetry by T.L. Kryss, Al Bell, S.M. Kane, drawing by Steve Ferguson, silk-screen cover by Kryss; Vol. 4 no 2 contains poems by Don Thomas, BJT, E.R. Baxter, front-cover by Toni Thomas, back-cover by Sandy-Jo Hickel.

[#17499]

MAYA

No. 1 (all publ.). N.d., n.p. (Bristol), UK. 20 pp. Side-stapled wrappers.

EUR 120.00

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Dedicated to the Bristol Bus Crews. Contributions by Andrew Robinson (translations of Jacob and Reverdy), Ian Johnson, Val Torrance, and W.E. Wyatt. Wyatt's "Four Breakfast Poems" is dedicated to d.a. levy. Nice handmade coloured cover (unsigned).

[#17605]

MEC

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Milan, 1969-1971. 4to; original wrappers. No. 1 entirely produced in silk-screen print. Limited edition. 23x25 cm, 12 + 20 pages. In pefect condition.

EUR 450.00

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Texts and illustrations by Gianni Bertini, the director of the magazine. No. 1 with Henri Chopin, Jean-François Bory, Paul-Armand Gette, Julien Blaine, Robert Filliou, Pierluigi Albertoni, Jochen Gerz, Eugenio Miccini a.o.; reproduces the subsription form of Henri Chopin's OU; No. 2 with G. Bertini, J.F. Bory, H. Chopin, F. Dufrene, Kitasomo Katuè, U. Locatelli, E. Miccini, F. Millan, C. Padin, C. Parmiggiani, M. Perfetti, G. Rocher, Shimizu Toshihiko, M. Spatola, T. Stefanoni a.o.; text by the "Gruppo di Artisti aderenti alla Lega Marxista-Leninista d'Italia". Prima edizione 2 fascicoli Contributions by Julien Blaine, P.A. Gette, Tino Stenoni, Gerard Guillot, Robert Filiou, J.F. Bory, A. Spatola, Piero Albertoni, Seiichi Niikuni, Jochen Gerz, Kitasomo Katué, Shimizu Toshihiko, Henri Chopin.

[#19420]

MEDIODIA

Aparece cada dos meses

No. 2. Octubre 1963. Buenos Aires, Castelar. Oblong 19 x28,5. Orig. Wrappers, stapled in the spine (loosening). 22 pages; with artwork.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Hugo Loyacono,Ed.Caravaglia, Luis Massa Raul Quevado, Ruben Tiziani y, Tilo Wenner.With contributions by Edw.Vigo, Alfredp E.Rey, David Lamelas Daniel Zelaya, a.o.

[#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). . 14,5x 9,5 cm.

EUR 3,000.00

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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.

[#9088]

MELBA

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

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#9089]

MELE

Carta Internacional de Poésia / International Poetry Letter.

Nos. 9, 11-13, 15, 17, 18. Honolulu, Univ. of Hawaii, 1968-1971. Original illustrated wrappers. 4to; mimeographed.

EUR 350.00

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Together 7 issues with contributions, mostly in English, by a.o.: M. Butor, K. Krolow, G. Eich, T. Tzara, G. Ungaretti. Editor: Stefan Baciu.

[#16973]

E. M. de MELO E CASTRO

Collection of publications and posters.

Ernesto Manuel de Melo e Castro (Covilha 1932 - ) is the founding father of Experimental Poetry in Portugal. He contributed to several journals and collections.

EUR 3,000.00

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1. Poesia Experimental : Supplément spécial au Jornal de Fundao.Organisateurs : Antonio Aragao et E.M. de Melo e Castro.Fundao, 1965, 4 p. in folio Un des textes les plus importants et pivot pour le mouvement de la Poésie Expérimentale portugaise. Sont réunis les manifestes théoriques sur le mouvement, soutenus par un certain nombre de textes inédits de leurs précurseurs. C'est sans aucun doute le manifeste qui assoit la Poésie Expérimentale comme un des courants artistico-littéraires de la seconde moitié du XX s. Il est à noter que c'est la même année que sort le premier essai qui affirme les propositions théoriques du mouvement. (A proposiçao - Poesia Experimental. Lisboa, Col. Poesia e Ensaio. Ed. Ulisseia) publié peu de temps après ce journal, suivi par le deuxième numéro de la revue PO.EX. L'année 1965 est l'année de la division théorique et le mouvement plastique. Le Supplément au Journal do Fundoa illustre parfaitement cette réalité. Tous les grands représentants de la Poésie Expériemntale sont représentés ici : Antonio Aragao, E.M. de Melo e Castro, Antonio Ramos Rosa, Jose Blanc de Portugal, Maria Alberta Meneres, Herberto Helder, Jose Alberto Marques, Luis Veiga Leitas, Salette Tavares, Antonio Barahona.Il offre également des représentations de l'exposition Visopoemas et une chronologie du mouvement expérimental et ses relations avec les pays étrangers entre 1962 et 1965. 2. AFFICHES - Poesia ouvida Poesia vista ! E. Melo e Castro (poeta) et Joao d'Avilo (actor) Circulo cultural de Setubal Dim : 42,4 x 29,1 cm - Encontros com a poesia Melo e Castro, Centro cultural de Setubal Dim : 30,6 x 23 cm - Poex Hoje. Melo e Castro Centro de convivencia UFRN 18 juillet 1985 Dim : 48,5 x 33 cm - Que poesia para o ano 2000 ? Conférence de Melo e Castro le 29 juillet 1985 à Recife Dim : 35,5 x 21,7 cm - Poème visuel tiré en lithographie Dim : 40,6 x 40,6 cm (que l'on retrouve reproduit dans l'ouvrage : Melo e Castro -Jose Alberto Marques : Antologia da poesia concreta em Portugal Lisboa, Assirio & Alvim. 1973.) 3. OEUVRE ORIGINALE Dessin original Stylo à bille noir et rouge signé EM de Melo e Castro et daté Mai 70 Dim : 30 X 21 cm 4. AFFICHES AUTRES INTERVENANTS - XIV bienal internacional de S(ound) P(oetry) Dim : 32,6 x 22,2 cm - Anima Teatro Acçao de textos visuais Dim : 35,8 x 25,4 cm -Groupe des 8 à la Galaria de Arte Moderna. Belem Avril 78: Jose Carvalho,Antonio Palolo,Jose Conduto, Joaquim Carepinha, Joaquim Tavares, Dimas, Madeira da Rocha, Nelson Ferreira dos Santos Dim : 39,2 x 48,1 cm 5. AUTRES AUTEURS - Jose Alberto Marques : Do punto ao final 1980, in 8. 30 feuillets sur papier glacé réunis dans une enveloppe - Emilio Villa : Carta para ruggero jacobbi Dim : 28 x 29,7 cm

[#16406]

METEK.

Babbecedario allunatico illustrato ad uscita irregolare.

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Roma, De Luca, 1996 - 2001. Original typographical wrappers; issues of 64 pages with b/w illustrations.

EUR 500.00

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Edited and collected by Achille Perilli, together with Nanni Balestrini, Alfredo Giuliani, Jean Clarence Lambert, Anka Ptaskowska, Sylvie Richtérova, Irmela Heimbacher, Evangelisti, Edith Schloss, Raoul Hausmann, and Stanislav Kolibal. Texts by G. Druidi, L. Novàk, N. Balestrini, J.-C. Lambert, etc.

[#17845]

MIGRANT

Nos 1-8 (all publshed|). Ventura & Worcester, 1959-1960. Covers of the first issue are stained, else all near fine in stapled wrappers with faintly sunned spines. Printed by mimeograph, each issue 20-36 pp.

EUR 1,000.00

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Published and edited by Gael Turnbull. Contributors include Delattre, Dorn, Creeley, Duncan, Levertov, Eigner, Tomlinson, Finlay, Olson, and others.

[#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.

[#15859]

MODULO

Poesia Concreta. Rivista di cultura contemporanea

Number 1 (all publ.). Genoa, Edizioni Masnata. 1966. Orig. printed wrappers (21,8,x15,6cm), 134pages.

EUR 400.00

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Directed by: U.Apollonio, M.Bense, G.Beringheli, G.Celant, G.Dorfles, A.Lora Totino, E.Zaffiri. Other contributors: H. Gappmayr , R. Azeredo, C.Belloli , C. Bremer , A. and H. DeCampos, C. Claus , I.H.Finlay , J.L. Grunewald , B. Grogerova, V. Havel J. Hirsal , D.S. Houedard ,l E. Jandl, K. Kitasono , Y.Fujitomi, Jiri Kolar ,F. Kriwet, EM Castro ,F. Mon , E.Morgan, L. Novak , S. Niikuni , A. Ypazarkaya, A. Pinto D. Pignatari, D. Roth , G. Ruhm , K. B .Schauffelen etc. (Maffei,Riviste d'Arte, p.124/125)

[#9224]

MONSIEUR BLOOM

Revue trimestrielle.

Nos. 1-6 (all published). Paris, juin 1978-mai 1981. Original wrappers; with illustrations & photographs.

EUR 1,400.00

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Directed by Franck Venaille. Includes works by Jacques Monory (Ma voiture en Californie) , Lou Bernardó (Franck Venaille), Patrick Beurard-Valdoye, Daniel Biga, Marc Blanchet, Yves Buin, William Cliff, Fabienne Courtade, Marc Dachy, Jacqueline Dauriac, Bernard Delvaille, Jacques Estager, Jochen Gerz, Emmanuel Hocquard, Charles Juliet, Olivier Kaepplein, Peter Klasen, Dominique Labarrière, Emmanuel Laugier, Hubert Lucot, Jean-Pierre Milovanoff, Jacques Monory, Emmanuel Moses, Georges Perec, Raquel, Alain-Christophe Restrat, Maurice Roche, Umberto Saba, Alain Veinstein, Frank Venaille, Jan Voss, Illustrattions: Mohror, Jacques Monory, Raquel, Jan Voss, …Photos: : Christian Boltanski, Maya Klasen, Jacques Monory, Franck Venaille, … Hubert Lucot, Charles Juliet, Bernard Delvaille, Jacques Estager, William Cliff, Alain-Christoph Restrat, Jacqueline Dauriac, Alain Veinstein, Jean-Pierre Milovanoff, a.o .No. 1: Fiction quadrillée; No. 2: L'Espace mental; No. 3: De Mémoire; No. 4/5: Pages d'écriture; No. 6: Fragments.

[#14477]

MONTANA GOTHIC

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Black Stone Press, Missoula, Montana, 1974-1977. Size (h/w): 21,5 x 14 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Illustrated.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Peter Koch. With nicely illustrated covers (each in a different colour) and drawings inside, two fold-out plates in no. 6. Illustrations by Ludwig Zeller, Bruce Lee, Russell Smith, Shelley Hoyt-Koch, Dana Johnson. Contributions by Ira Cohen, Robert Bly, Daumal, Kostelanetz, Opal Nations, Douglas Blazek a.o.

[#20259]

MOTHER

A Journal of New Literature.

Numbers 3-9 (=last publ.). New York, Nov/Dec.1964-ca.1967. All in the original wrappers, No. 9 is a 45 Record Album . A good set, some light soiling & wear.

EUR 1,200.00

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Edited by David Moberg and Jeff Giles. With illustrations by Joe Brainard ,with contributions by William Burroughs, Peter Schjeldahl, Tom Veitch, André Breton, Ted Berrigan (interview with John Cage), John Asbery, John Wieners, John Giorno, Ron Padgett,Brion Gysin, etc. No. 9 has Jim Dine on cover, Ginsberg poem read.

[#15498]

MW MAGAZINE

Nos. (1), (2), 3, 4, 5, 6 (incl.supplement). Noordwijk, 1982-1984. Printed as a newspaper (46 x 29 cm: no 5: 33,5 x 25 cm), 20-32 pp. each, except no 5 which has 8 pp.; illustrated, b/w. On newsprint.

EUR 1,500.00

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Artist journal, printed in edition of 1000 copies ( except for no. 5,Panamarenko ,which had only 200 copies), but due to it's fragile and inconspicuous appearance almost no copies survived, and thus very rare. Edited by Martina Wagener. No. 5: "Project Ruimteschip": (8 pp.), limited ed. of 200 copies. Other contribs. by Helgi Porgils Fridjonsson (drawings), Dieter Roth (drawings), Richard Long (Stones in Iceland 1974), Robert Filliou (drawing), Robert Smithson (Broken Circle Emmen), Jean Leering (Greenhouses - The New Landscape), Jan Dibbets (Black an White Structure 1978), Per Kirkeby (text with drawing), Günter Brus (text with drawing), Panamarenko (Magnetic Flying Saucers), Jan Schoonhoven (drawings), Ian Hamilton Finlay (with Nicholas Sloan: Sparta), Sig. Gundmundsson, B. Flanagan, Richard Long (Nepal), Erich Wichman, Leon van den Eijke; & Theo van Laar, Scientific Institute for the prevention of rumour), Chr.Bastiaans, Jean Le Gac, Paul van Hoeydonk, Sarkis, a..o., As far as we could ascertain there were in total 10 numbers published.

[#19361]

MY OWN MAG

A group of 12 numbers comprising: Nos. 5 - 17 (out of 17 published, without no 8). . Barnet, Herts.,May 1964--Sept. 1966. Mimeographed sheets, foolscap stapled. Illustrated. Individually cut pages, with some issues featuring 'designed' stains, gaps cut into the text, see-through burns, and inserts.

EUR 4,500.00

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Edited by Jeff Nuttall.. Amongst other things important for the collaboration of Burroughs, who introduced his own newspaper, called variously (The Burrough and The Moving Times) , also with Claude Pélieu and Carl Weissner. No.5 No date (May 1964). Contains the first appearance of The Moving Times, defined by Nuttall as Burroughs' "programmed assault on reality" via the cut-up method. Described as a 'Special Tangier Edition', the cover has a full-page drawing of Burroughs wearing a fez. (M&M C100). Also: Jeff Nuttall. Light staining, mostly on the blank back-page No. 6 No date (July 1964). The "Cut-Up Issue", with most pages having been cut into eight squares which are stapled at edges to backing sheet. Contains "Afternoon Ticker Tape" in The Burrough, appearing as the last two pages of My Own Mag. In "St. Louis Return" Burroughs refers to this magazine appearance, "an experiment in newspaper format…largely a rearrangement of phrases from the front page of The New York Times, September 17, 1899, cast in the form of code messages." (M&M C95). Also: B.S. Johnson; Anselm Hollo; Keith Musgrove; Jeff Nuttall. A bit stained, rusting on the staples No.7 No date (July 1964). Contains "Bring Your Problems to Lady Sutton Fix" and "Over the Last Skyscrapers a Silent Kite", in The Moving Times. (M&M C97). Also: Alden Van Buskirk (his first publication); Jeff Nuttall. The second burned cover, with see-through window. Staples sl. rusty, with a few staple-mark indentations.No. 9. 1st Nov. 1964, 12pp. A fine copy save for small crimp at one outer edge. Burroughs contributes "Extracts from Letter to Homosap" (9:11) (C101); "Personals Special to The Moving Times" (9:12) (C102). Has a special "Fall Out Shelter" cover and a brown-green stain running down the front. A small square has been cut from bottom of front page. "Special Post-Election" issue. Also work by Robert Creeley, Allen Ginsberg, B.S. Johnson a.o , No.10 No date (Dec. 1964). All British number, featuring Bill Butler, Tom McGrath, Dave Cunliffe, and others. Very well preserved, clean.. No. 11 (Feb. 1965). Contains "Dec. 29: Tuesday was the Last Day for Singing Years", "Letter to Jeff Nuttall", and "Collage" in The Moving Times; plus letters and quotes from newsclippings on Dr. Dent's apomorphine treatment. (M&M C105-108). Also: Michael McClure; Jeff Nuttall; Anselm Hollo. Near Fine No. 12 (May 1965). Contains "The Last Words of Dutch Schultz" (first appearance) and "Letter to Sunday Times". (M&M C112-113). Also: Carl Weissner; Jeff Nuttall (on Sigma); Martin Bax. Staples sl. rusty, o/w Near Fine. No. 13 (Aug. 1965). "Dutch Schultz Special", containing "The Dead Star". One of 500 numbered copies in offset facsimile of the original manuscript. (M&M C122). Also: Jeff Nuttall. Wear to the righthand margin. No. 14 (Dec. 1965). Contains "Moving Times", being Burroughs quotes in collaged material by Carl Weissner. (M&M C131). Also: Charles Plymell; Brian Patten; Tom McGrath; Bill Butler; others. Near Fine. No. 15 (April 1966). With Editorial Bit (2 small leaves), and list of subscribers/stencilled, stapled to front page. Contains "Nut Note on the Column Cutup Thing", "WB Talking", "Quantities of the Gas Girls", and an untitled piece, all appearing in The Moving Times. (M&M C137-140). Also: Bill Butler; Claude Pélieu; Jeff Nuttall. Near Fine. No.16 (May 1966). Edited by Clifton DeBerry (c/o Better Books), ie. Nuttall, who only later discovered that the 'real' DeBerry was a black American Communist, former Wobbly and two-time Socialist Workers Party candidate for President of the United States. Near Fine. No. 17 (Sept. 1966). Contributors incl. Carl Weissner (a cut-up of a Burroughs text); Jim Haynes; Criton Tomazos; Wm. Wantling; Doug Blazek; Claude Pélieu; Charles Plymell; Jeff Nuttall. The last issue. (M&M C154). Near Fine.

[#20179]

NE COUPEZ PAS

Apériodique.

A set consisting of Nos. 1 ,3 and 4 (of 4 numbers published). Selfpublished, 1968- 1969. - Numéro 1: Les étudiants d’Orléans. Journal réalisé par les membres de la Commission Culture occupant la bibliothèque universitaire : Claude Alliot, Michel Blandin, Monique Crespeau, Jack Gasperini, Claude Landre, Dominique Lepingle, Jean-Claude Moineau, André Rouchier. Orléans,Les auteurs, mai 1968. Fascicule [21,5x33,5 cm) 14 twosided stencilled stencilled sheets, stapled and folded.. - Numéro 3. Orléans, Jean-Claude Moineau, mai 1969. 29 two sided stencilled sheets, 21 x27 cm, with a sericgraphy in green on orange paper, one card, ]and a selfadhesive sticker, kept together asba packanged in brown kraft paper with handwritten title label., With participation of Jean-Claude Moineau “A mots couverts” et reproductions d’oeuvres -entre autres- de Bernard Aubertin, Lygia Clark, Claude Landrà, John J. Sharkey, Gérald Rocher, Constantin Xénakis, Brian Lane, Jiri Valoch, J.F. Bory, Alain Arias-Misson, Henri Chopin, Tom Phillips, P.A. Gette, Bernard Heidsieck, Jochen Gerz. -No. 4 (last). Paris: Self published, novembre 1969. "vouz aussi pouvez faire votre journal". Folded poster, 55x43,5cm, containing approximately 45 lose pages. (different sizes,most 4to), Some browning towards the edges and folds of the poster, internally content is clean and untrimmed as issued.

EUR 3,000.00

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Edited by Jean-Claude Moineau (Mathematics teacher at the Science Faculty of Orléans), who organised in May 1968 the occupation of the University Library. He starts an artistic revolutionary groupe GRRRR [Groupe de Recherche et de Réalisation d’une Réflexion Révolutionnaire] and this journal, which is devoted to political discussions, visual poetry and typographical and design experiments. Most of the pages by Jean-Claude Moineau, with numerous “meta-art” texts. Also contributions by Christiane Frougny, Joachim Branco & Flavio Almada; a postcard with text - ‘text capital’ and a ‘communiqué’ printed in red – don’t commune don’t communicate; a 16 pages catalogue – ‘livres meta-art’ + two postcards + a pink label with attached wire. As there is no table of contents it is impossible to check for completeness, but the impression is that the issues are complete as publisheed under the originsl stapling.

[#17944]

NEUE MUSIK.

Kunst- und gesellschaftskritische Beiträge

Heft 1-6 (all published). Münchener Jugendkulturwerk. Jeunesse Musicales. Studio für Neue Musik München. (1961). In original issues 20,5x15 cm, each varying from 12-22 pages; illustrated selfwrappers, printed on glossy paper, lightly toned, but otherwise in excellent condition. Loosely laid in: invitations to 2 performances in Munich at the T.H. and Hochschule für Musik (15 Nov.1960/12 March 1961; 3 Feb. 1961). Very rare.

EUR 1,200.00

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Contributions by G. Ligeti, M. Kagel, W. Rosenberg, H. Schwimmer, K. Stockhausen, D. Schnebel u.a Reproductions of artwork by E. Cimiotti, F. Thieler, F. Kriwet, H. Platschek, E. Schumacher, J. Mitchell, J. Bissier, K.O. Götz, G. Deppe, P. Brüning, L. Fischer, W. Wessel, H. Claus, P. Dorazio, O. Piene, A. Tapies, A. Saura, M.Cuixart, G. Hoehme, K.R.H. Sonderborg, Cesar, L. Fontana a.o.

[#16869]

NEUE TEXTE

No. 1: november 1968. Linz: neue texte, 1968. 25 x 21 cm unpaginatd. Wrappers, minor shelf-wear. Together with: No. 2: mai 1969 Linz: neue texte, 1969. 26 x 21 cm unpaginated . English and German text. Wrappers, very good.

EUR 400.00

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The first two of this concrete poetry journal/series, edited by Heimrad Bäcker. Contributions by Eugen Gomringer, Bob Cobbing, Ian Hamilton Finlay, John Furniva, Raoul Hausmann ,etc.

[#16567]

NEUER BERLINER KUNSTVEREIN E.V. - VIDEOTHEK

NBK Videothek (2 Volumes). Neuer Berliner Kunstverein , 1972 , 1973/74 (all publ.) Folded posters in printed portfolios, 21 x 21 cm. The inside cover of 1972 autograph signed by the artists: J. Beuys, K.P.Bremer, K. Hoedicke, W. Kahlen and Vostell. Card portfolios in good condition with very light foxing and wear;spine of 1972 reinforced from the inside. The first porfolio includes the invitation for the opening reception of the Videothek and an announcement for Vostell's films.

EUR 1,500.00

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The two portfolios contain folded posters, each 80 x 58 cm, for each of the videos. Detailed information is printed on the reverse of each poster. Includes a textbooklet by Jörs Merkert. -1972: Beuys: Transibirische Eisenbahn 1970 (Cat. Raisonné of posters # 6); K.P.Brehmer,Walkings; K.H.Hödecke:tartaruga a.o.; Wolf Kahlen: Reversible Prozesse; Wolf Vostell (Desastres, 1972). -1973: Cornelia Balcerowiak / K. H. Hödicke / Helmut Wietz, Made in New York, 1973; Richard Hamilton, 1969; Rebecca Horn, Performances I, 1970-72; Taka Imura, Video-Tapes 1970-73; Allan Kaprow, Time Pieces, 1973; Wolf Vostell, dé-coll/age Filme 1963-71.

[#19517]

DE NEW BABYLON

Informatief. Number 4. Edizione Internazionale (Amsterdam: June 1966). Speziale per il padiglione Olandese al XXIIIa Biennale di Venezia. Tabloïd. 8 pages, folded twice, very light wear over the folds. Very good copy.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Constant / R.W.D. Oxenaar / Jurriaan Schrofer (lay-out), a.o. Text and images by Constant Nieuwenhuis. Solely devoted to the artist's new urbanist strategies and projects. "New Babylon the world of Homo Ludens". Includes a full-color map of the artist's New Babylon Town. Texts predominantly in English, with some in French and Dutch. Published at the occasion of the exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculptures and New Babylon constructions by Constant Nieuwenhuys at the Venice Biennale. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Includes an essay by Simon Vinkenoog on 'Life in New-Babylon'; a collection of texts by Constant, including 'The Revolution of Creative Man' (1964): "The international phenomenon of young people who refuse to accept the existing order - the 'hipsters', 'teddy boys', 'rockers', 'mods', 'halbstarken', 'blousons noirs', 'beatniks', 'nozems', stilyagi', or whatever they may be called - this phenomenon has a revolutionary effect which, so far, has been neglected…Yet this urge can be contained no longer". Relates to The Situationists: 'La Déclaration d'Amsterdam', Constant and Guy Debord's joint manifesto on unitary urbanism, first published in Internationale Situationniste #2 (December 1958).

[#17129]

THE NEW COMMERCIALIST.

(a review).

Nos. 1-3 (all published). San Francisco, CA, 1978/81. Orig. wrappers. (With text and photographs).

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Meyer Hirsch. No. 1 (Advertising, Sociology, Aesthetics): 28x22 cm., original brass clasp bound, unpaginated (78pp recto printed. Edition unknown. Contributions by T.J. Kelly, R. Misrach, G. Cook, Harley W. Lond, Carl E. Loeffler, H. Fischer, James Hugunin etc. No. 2 (Gay Semiotics): 28x22 cmm., original brass clasp bound, unpaginated (51pp recto printed. Edition unknown. Contributions by E. Mycue, Shirley Garzotto, A. Rosenberg, P. Adair, Chuck Moser, Beau Riley, Harley W. Lond. No. 3 (On Methodology): 37,5x28 cm., stapled, 220pp (144pp unpaginated, text and photographs). Edition unknown. Contributions by E. Mycue, M. Hirsch,P. D'Agostino, G. Wescott, K. Stiles etc. A number 4 (The Institution) was announced but never materialised.

[#18020]

NEW ETER

No. 3. Malmö, Sweden, 1971. 4to, anvelope with lettering in black, and content 4 sheets and contents page.

EUR 200.00

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c/o Waldstein, Malmö. 4 full page loose inserts : R. Flexner, Fr.Janicot,, one illustrated page by P. Skelby; one page with a reproduced photograph; one page with a pasted on postcard by P.A. Gette.

[#9428]

NEW ETER

No. 1. Malmö, 1969. Original wrappers. 16pp., loose, oxidized staples in spine.

EUR 300.00

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With (handwritten) texts and drawings by Arman, Jean-Claude Moineau, Dufo, Bertholi, Gette, Xenakis, Gilli, Valoch, Segal, Kosice, L. Castro, Hummel. Cover by Gette; added: a booklet (16 pp.) by P.A. Gette (1966), publ. by Editions Lettrisme et Hypergraphie (=no. 13: Morphomythologie). (There were 6 issues published of New Eter between 1969 and 1973).

[#16984]

NEW OBSERVATIONS

Art and Culture.

Nos. 1-85. New York, New Observations Ltd., 142 Greene Street, 1981-1991. 4to; stapled in the spine (the first numbers as loose sheets with pin in the left upper corner.)

EUR 2,000.00

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Published by Peter Licht, Issues of ca. 25-50 pages each, incl. b/w illustrations. Each volume with a guest editor and various contributors, e.g: No. 1. A Gathering in Morocco June 25, 1981 with Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Michael Goldberg, Peter Licht, Lucio Pozzi, David Shapiro, Carmen Gloria Morales, Doug Sanderson, Stephen Paul Miller, Jeanne Siegel, Susanna Tanger and Lynn Umlauf; -No. 2. Yoshiteru Kawasaki & Sabu Kohso September 21, 1981with Shigeru Kawada, Yoshiteru Kawasaki, Iwasaburo Kohso, Izumi Muraki, Shintaro Otsuka, Kazuko Sumi, Hideyo Takahashi, Mari Uchida, Lei Ujika. - No. 3. Narrative Painting -Lisa Zwerling October 5, 1981 Mike Berg, Bruno Civitico, Sue Daykin, Tom Duncan, Eric Fischl, Gregory Gillespie, Sidney Goodman, Susan Grabel, William Haney, John Laney, Michael Mazur, James McGarrell,Bill Midgette, Eva Papadopulos, Len Petrillo, Toni Siani, Richard Uhlich, William Wilkins, Lisa Zwerlin -No. 4. Group Issue - Jennifer Golub December 14, 1981 Julie Watchel, Haim Steinbach, Paul Alexander, Frank Young, Jennifer Golub, Jaye Ballo, Steve Miller, Shelley Silver, Michael Robbins, Gina Freschet, Barbara Lipp, Tom Koken - No. 5. De Kalb Issue -Paolo Colombo May 25, 1982 Timothy Brown, Rex Burwell, Paolo Colombo, Jim Disrud, Joseph Gastiger, Larry Gorman, Karolyn Schalk, Tom Small, Jean Swiderski. - No. 6. Group Issue (Tanger, Morocco) -Lucio Pozzi June 7, 1982 Jerry Berger, Emory Craig, Abderrahmane Darouiche, Abdelilah En-Nassef, Jack Flam, Burt Hasen, Kay Hillman, Hamid Irbouh, Lacheb, Judith Lerner, Abdelwahed Maimouni, A Moroccan Student, Jo Mullen, Lucio Pozzi, Shelley Rice, Calvin Siebert, Jeanne Siegel, Frederic Tuten, Dooley Worth-Beck. Etcetera: complete list on demand.

[#16439]

NEW WILDERNESS LETTER

Nos. 1-12 (all published). New York, NY, New Wilderness Foundation, 1977-1984. Orig.pictorial wrappers, varying sizes (27,5 x 21,5 to 21 x 14cm).

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Jerome Rothenberg. Managing editor: Diane Rothenberg. After leaving the editorship of Alcheringa, Rothenberg started up this periodical, carrying through the interest in "ethnopoetics" ,but also printing work by Schneemann, Ginsberg, McClure, Kaprow, and many others. -No.1: Contributions by Harold Cohen and J. Rothenberg. -No. 2:The Poetry of Numbers”: Poems by Gertrude Stein, Charles Olson, Charlie Morrow, Kurt Schwitters, Karen Shaw, Jackson Mac Low, Steve Mcaffery a.o.- No. 3/4: ( 40pp). Contributions by M. McClure, Paulina Oliveros, Allan Kaprow, Dick Higgins and others. Added: ephemera and supplement. -No. 5/6: Includes Keith Wilson, Edmond Jabes, Navajo, Hebrew and Chinese texts and others. -No. 7: E. Jabès, J.-P. Faye, L. Montano a.o.- No. 8: E. Cardenal,A. Knowles, K. Friedman a.o.- No. 9: Allen Ginsberg, A. Artaud, B. Einzig a.o. -No. 10: special Dream-Work Issue, edited by Barbara Einzig: S. Hiller, G. Hendricks, C. Schneemann, J. Mac Low, B. Cohen &P. Oliveros a.o. (Cover photo by Lisa Kaghane (Carolee Schneemann performing. No. 11. The Book, Spiritual Instrument. Mallarmé, Stephen Lansing, Alison Knowles, Dick Higgins, Jerome Rothenberg, a.o. No. 12: (also entitled WCH Way 5), edited by D. Byrd and J. Rasula.

[#17534]

NEW WORLD JOURNAL

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Berkeley: Turtle Island/Nezahaulcoyotl Historical Society ,1975-1980. Five numbers in four issues, orig.wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Bob Callahan. Contributions by Carl O. Sauer, Ernesto Cardenal, Charles Olson, Jaime de Angulo, Ed Dorn, Kenneth Irby, Ishmael Reed, David Meltzer, Susan Howe, Tom Raworth, Fanny Howe, and many others.

[#9445]

NEWS. (N.E.W.S.)

(Uitg. De Harmonie, Amsterdam).

6 numbers (Nos. 1-4 unnumbered, Nos. 5 & 6 numbered, all publ.). Amsterdam, 1976. Loose-leaves, with original envelopes. (Contents fine, envelopes a bit worn on the edges as they have actually been through the mail).

EUR 1,500.00

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Limited ed. of 200 copies loose-leaves in mailing envelopes, by Jeroen Henneman and Marthe Röling. . Publication supported by Markus Raetz. Comprises 176 leaves in black & white, with ills., drawings, literary contribs., photographs, etc. by these two artists. One issue (as far as we could tell this is the unnumbered no.3), consisting of 30 leaves, is an illustrated contribution by Henneman on the design of a "city-lightning object" (Metten Koornstra), photographs by Dirk Ayelt Kooiman,Jaap de Graaf, Waldo Dettling, Cor van Weele. No. 2 contains a text and work by D.A.K. (Dirk Ayelt Kooiman).

[#16544]

NO NEWS (CONTINUATION OF : ZEITSCHRIFT FUER TIEGEL UND TUMULT -NO NEWS

Numbers 1-25 (all under this title). Kassel, 1986-1992. Continued as: NO NEWS. Numbers 26-40 and 1 'Extra-gabe' (together 41 vols, all and last published). Kassel, 1992-1998. In a great variety of presentations, originally in folders, lateron becoming an object periodical, with various ready-mades, objects and supplements. From an edition of originally 150 copies reduced to 60 or 75 for 'No News'.

EUR 5,000.00

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Edited by J. O. Olbrich and W. Luth. Each number/volume of this periodical was realised in cooperation with an artist, e.g.: Hainke, Stake, van Scooten, Jappe, Williams, Heckert, Heidsieck, Arts, Noel, Monro, Schnyder, Baroni, Norros, McLean, Koch, Resch, Böhmler, Die Zwei, Selg, Rindlichs bacher, Andryczuk, Ay-O, Dahn, Figueiredo, Franzobel, Hildebrandt, Spoerri and others. The numbers 16 and 25 with signed contributions by various artists. Detailed list of artists and contents of the issues on request.

[#17643]

NO. 1, 2, 3.

Nuovo operativo di communicazioni di massa e cultura di classe come momento di qualifiocazione idelologica e di selezione poetica.

Nos.1-3 (all published), Napoli, Sud-Arte, 1969-1971. Orig. wrappers; 34x12,5 cm. (unfolding to 34x50 cm). Every cover is in unfolded state a poster. Contents each issue 30 pages; stapled in the spine (no 1 loose and spine and folds slightly damaged, otherwise in good condition, except for very light soilage to the covers).

EUR 1,100.00

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Directed by Luca (Luigi Castellano). Affiches by Luca (2x) and "Gruppo Rosso 2", Texts and images by Enrico Baj, Rosario Boenzi, Geppino Cilento, Cipriano, Di Bello, Persico, Maraniello, Del Vecchio, Tariello, etc. ( Maffei/Peterlini. pag.126)

[#9508]

NOTHING DOING IN LONDON (ONE & TWO)

Vol. 1-2 (all publ.). London, 1966-1968. Loose leaves in original wrappers, as issued. Limited edition of 500 copies.

EUR 220.00

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Direction: Anthony Barnett, for France: Claude Royet-Journoud. Contr. incl.: Samuel Beckett, J. Cocteau, A. Crozier, T. Pickard, S. Montgomery, D. Coxhead, Yoko Ono ("On Paper" in no 2), Stephen Dwoskin, Jean Cocteau etc.

[#20181]

NUL

(Tijdschrift voor structurele literatuur).

Years 1-3, comprising nos. 1-9 (all publ.). Sint Niklaas, 1961-1965. In original wrappers; roy. 8vo. and 8vo; illustrated. (a good set, only no 6 wrapper badly stained, internally good).

EUR 1,500.00

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Published by Paradox-Press, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium. Director: Dirk Claus. Eds.: Roger Dacremont, D. Claus, Fr. Neels, F. de Vree; contributing eds. in the USA, Germany, France, England and The Netherlands. Interesting typography; orig. graphic supplements by Mark Claus, Gust Romijn, Peter Royen. Contribs.: H. Richter, G. Grass, Klaus Volker, Ivo Michiels, Tony Rombouts, Joh. Daisne, M. Butor, Max Kazan, Adr, de Roover, Hugo Claus, F. de Vree, etc .Rare in a completeset.

[#18339]

NUMBERS:

by Richard Kostelanetz

(1) POEMS & STORIES. Assembling Press, Brooklyn, 1976. Tabloid format, 24 pages printed on newspaper stock. Self wrappers. Folded once, otherwise very good.

EUR 250.00

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With acknowledgements and notes by Richard Kostelanetz. All pages printed with numbers. The titles of pages or group of pages are: short fiction; ambiguity, times perceived; numerations; olympian progress; multiples; combinational rotations; fun; self-portrait and two thousand fifty-six.

[#20182]

NUMBERS:

by Richard Kostelanetz

Numbers 2: Luna Bisonte Prods and The Future Press, Columbus, OH and New York. First Edition. Seven loose "numbers" broadsides by Kostelanetz in printed envelope. Broadsides are dedicated to poet Karl Young. Envelope a bit browned, but intact. Encliosed a typed signed letter by Kostelanetz on Univ.Texas Austin letterhead stionary.

EUR 400.00

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University of Texas at Austin letterhead, where Kostelanetz was then employed as a Visiting Professor. Contains 7 of his concrete Number poems in a printed envelope. Envelope Very Good, a bit wrinkled, poems are Fine, as is TLS.

[#15783]

NUMMER (EINS) - (ZWEI , DREI, VIER)

Eins, Zwei, Drei, Vier (all published). Köln (Depot), Juni 1971- n.d. (1972?). 4to; 28 pp (+ 3 inserts); 62; 74; 58 pp. Paperbound in original photographically illustrated wrappers (nos. 2 and 3 covers with light damage). With numerous illustrations and photographs.

EUR 700.00

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Editors: E.Prangenberg and H. Breloh. Published by 'Depot'(Moltkestrasse 27, Cologne which organised "Veranstaltungen" (Performances) . With contributions by Charlotte Kaindl, Eberhard Prangenberg, Matthias Schäffer, Rainer Maul, Heinz Breloh, Reiner Stumm, Lothar Reiners, Krimhild Becker, Gordon Matta- Clark (in No.2, fold-out), Peter Pick, Heinz Breloh, David Dye, Reiner Stumm, Géza Pernecky, Christian Boltansky, John Stezaker, Peter Adamski, Klaus Groh, etc.;

[#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 1,000.00

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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.

[#17666]

O FETO

Assemblings Nos. 3, 4 and 6 (=last). Rio de Janeiro , 1973/76. 22x16,5 cm., stapled and loose leaves. (Mimeograph, xerox, etc..) Contributions by A.H. Neto, F. Gomes, N. Souza, L.S. Galdi, Samaral, J.C. Sampaio et al.

EUR 800.00

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Visual poetry. Assembling, organised by Marco Rocha, Fernando, Sergio Amaral, and others of the Escola de Comunicacode Nacional. Contributions by A.H. Neto, F. Gomes, N. Souza, L.S. Galdi, Samaral, J.C. Sampaio and others.

[#16261]

OBLEK

(O.Blek). A Journal of Language Arts

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). NY & Stockbridge: Garlic Press/Oblek Editions, 1987-1993. Orig. wrappers, 12 issues in 13 numbers (19x13,5cm)(no 12 in 2 parts on larger size).

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Peter Gizzi and Connell McGrath. Cover art by Norman Bluhm, Trevor Winkfield, Brian Schorn, Win Knowlton, Jess, among others. With contributions by Coolidge, Jabes, Michael Palmer, Charles Bernstein, Charles Simic, Creeley, Mac Low, Hejinian, Berrigan, Ashbery, Spicer, Duncan, Volume 9 is a Burning Deck 30th anniversary tribute issue. Volume 9, on size 15x23 cm) in 2 parts is called: Writing from the New Coast,Technique + Presentation.

[#17334]

OBSCURE OBJECTS MAGAZINE

Number 1 (all publ.) .New York, NY, 555 Foundation 1996. tabloid (41x30cm.), loose leaves, newsprint10pp. Offset.

EUR 200.00

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Publisher/editor: Lucy Jung, with Aryeh Dubinsky, Alexander Gelman, Baruch Gorkin.

[#19046]

OCULIST WITNESSES

Nos. 1-3 (all published). Dorchester, MA: Other Publications, 1975-6. 4to. First two issues mimeographed; third issue photocopied. Stapled in illustrated covers.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Alan Davies. Complete set of this little magazine of experimental poetry. A short manifesto in the first issue outlined the magazine's goal, which was to print several poems by each poet alongside other writings, such as letters or criticism. The quality of the contributors and the submissions was very high. Issue one features a great self-referential and visually punning cover by George Schneeman. The scarce second issue features a great drawing by Joe Brainard, who also contributes four short stories to the issue. Other contributors to the first two issues include John Wieners, Fielding Dawson, Gerard Malanga, Lewis Warsh, Aram Saroyan, Bernadette Mayers et al. The final issue inaugurates a shift towards the language tendency, including Ron Silliman's "OF NOTE CONCERNING THE CURRENT STATUS OF aRb" and foreshadows the editor's little magazine A Hundred Posters, which would become one of the seminal publications of the Language Poets. Some scattered foxing and spots soiling, still very good.

[#16228]

OHIO

ein Photomagazin / Zeitschrift für Photographie.

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#15460]

OLE

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). Bensenville/Ill., 1964-1967. Various sizes, mimeographed, folded and stapled. (Front cover of no. 4 with slight staining, oherwise fine).

EUR 1,700.00

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Rare complete. Edited by Douglas Blazek (Open Skull Press), with contributions by Bukowski, Al Purdy, Norse, Wantling, d.a.levy, Jeff Nuttall, Lee Harwood, Willam Burroughs, W.C.Williams, Anais Nin, James Baldwin etc. No. 1: "Dedicated to the cause of making poetry dangerous"; No. 2: "A magazine for all those unacknowledged legislators of the world, especially those who are really unacknowledged" … OLE as in hole, not bulls … ; No. 3: "The original Consciousness-Expanding magazine"; No 4: The poetfood for champions; No. 5: Harold Norse special; No. 6: The weird harvest special; No. 7: review issue; No. 8: last issue before move to the West coast.

[#12810]

OMNIBUS NEWS 1

( First and only issue, unnumbered, all published). München, 1969. 4to; original pictorial wrappers on red stock, with numerous photographs and illustrations.

EUR 400.00

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The oldest assembling publication (it started one year prior to 'Assembling' in Brooklyn, the magazine that gave the name to the genre). Omnibus was organised/edited by Thomas Niggl, Chr.d'Orville, Heimrad Prem. With contribs. by: Ludi Armbruster, Eric Anderson, Stanley Brouwn, Dick Higgins, Michael Badura, Herbert Distel, Feelisch, Gerz, Jorg Immendorff, Milan Knizak, Gerhard Merz, Hermann Nitsch, Arnulf Rainer, Schmettau, Staeck, Ulrichs, Ben Vautier, Wolf Vostell, Zimmer a.o.

[#15814]

ON SITE

No. 4. New York: Site Inc., (1973). Oblong quarto, 48 pages, numerous illustrations. Illustrated wrappers. Tiny bump to upper right corner, otherwise good.

EUR 200.00

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Editor: Alison Sky. Foreword by James Wine. SITE is an environmental and conceptual architecture partnership whose founding partners are Wines and Sky. Articles by Juan Downey – invisible architecture, Vittorio Georgini – spatiology, Emilio Villa – introduction to the exhibition in the palazzo diamante, Les Levine, Robert Smithson – entropy made invisible, Charles Simonds – miniature dwellings, Peter Hutchinson – The suit-case: nucleus of the temporary home; articles on Friedrich St. Florian, Yves Klein, Missing Link productions inc., Alan Sonfist, Haus Rucker, Inc. . Other contributions by Mauricio Bueno . Nancy Holt. There were 5 issues published (the last one double 5/6).

[#16793]

OPEN

Numéro 1, Février 1967. Nice, Marcel Alocco. 1967. Orig.paper covers.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Marcel Alocco. Texts by George Brecht, Emmet Williams, Jacques Lepage, Ben, Henri Chopin etc.

[#16648]

OPEN SKULL

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

EUR 100.00

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

[#16534]

OPERAÇAO

OPERAÇAO 1. Portfolio containing 1 sheet of text + 27 sheets visual poetry, printed in b/w and in colour. 51 x 36,5 cm, top board made of an original off-set printing plate of a Lisbon newspaper. Lisbon, ediçao do autores, Tip. Jornal do Fundão, 1967. Very light foxing.

EUR 1,000.00

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One of the most important periodicals of the Portuguese literary avant garde. Collection under the editorship of and financed by E. M. de Melo e Castro. With a sheet of text- introduction in 3 languages by João Vieira, and 27 sheets of experimental visual poetry: Antonio Arago (2), Ana Hatherly (9), Melo e Castro (3 with 10 images), José Alberto Marques (9), Pedro Xisto (4). A second volume, of lesser interest and much smaller, was published later; Operaçao in the large format can be considered all published. From an edition of ca. 100 copies.

[#19137]

(Revue) OU - CINQUIEME SAISON

(partly in DE-LUXE edition) A magnificent collection comprising Numbers 1-44 (in 32 physical units, as some were double or triple issues), founded and published by HENRI CHOPIN from 1958 till 1974, plus the concluding number 45 published in Bourges, 1979. This is the most important collection of Concrete and Visual Poetry ever published. Detailed as follows: - CINQUIEME SAISON: Nos. 1-19. Paris, printemps 1958 - automne 1963. Original illustrated wrappers (only lacking no 5). , 8vo, later sq. 8vo.; fine; complete with the gramophone record belonging to no 14/15. Together with All three Supplements 20 Octobre 1961, 20 Janvier 1962, 3 Mai 1963 (signification de l’art) - OU: Nos. 20-44 (= last published). Sceaux (France), from no 34 Ingatestone (Essex,Great Britain. 1964 - 1974. In the original illustrated and decorated wrappers and portfolios. THE NUMBERS 20/21, 22, 23/24, 25, 26/27, 33, 36/37, 38/39 are in the DE-LUXE EDITION and no. 34 is one of the lettered edition B-J. - and additional :13 letters and a postcard from Gianni Bertini to Chopin, dating 1974/75/76 concerning their works and collaboration. “

EUR 40,000.00

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Cinquième Saison” was at first edited Raymond Syte, after the first 2 numbers it was taken over by Henri Chopin and continued under his editorship. With contributions by Chopin, Syte (under various pseudonyms), Michel Seuphor, Pierre-Albert Birot, Guillevic, Jean Follain, Luc Estang, Saint-Helm, Jacques Spacagna, Bernard Heidsieck, Paul de Vree, Ime Pan, V. Feyder, M. Cahn, Arthur Petronio, etcetera. Artistical contributions by: Bertini, Key Sato, Chavignier, Paul Arma, Hundertwasser etc. - No. 1 (printemps 1958): Directeur: Raymond Syte, with Chopin (Petites Suites). - No. 2 (aout 1958): with Chopin (Vouloir) and Jacques Spacagna (Peu pressés). - No. 3 (décembre 1958, entitled 'La Poésie Jazzante') contains Chopin's first 'audio-poème' (La Pêche). - No. 4 (mars 1959) Henri Chopin becomes the sole responsible editor-in-chief. On white paper, untrimmed. - No. 5 (été 1959): Chopin Piece politique, Claude Pelieu, Gaston Puel. (This issue now missing) - No. 6 (Automne 1959) contains Poème-concret 'La Peur' pour trois voix et bandes magnétiques. - No. 7 (hiver 1959/60): Chopin adds Arthur Pétronio and Pierre-Albert Birot. - No. 8 (printemps 1960): 'Poésie ouverte' . - No. 9 (été 1960): the number of pages doubles; for lack of money Chopin published this and the next issue with cooperative support from his authors "Au plus près 1". - No. 10 (automne 1960): "Au plus près 2". First issue to contain illustrations (Rousselot, Pierre-Albert Birot, Edmond Humeau, Sain Helm, Michel Seuphor, Ernest Haumesser). Monogram of Arthur Petronio. - No. 11 (printemps 1961): Contains Jean-Jacques Lévêque: Labyrinthe. Mythologie personelle. With illustration by Hundertwasser; (Covers of nos. 11-13 and supplements designed by Ernest Haumesser). - No. 12 (été 1961): first issue with collaboration by Smadja; nos 11 & 12 contain first publications of Sol Air. - No. 13 (automne/hiver 1961): Chopin 'Sur-dada 1961'. Luc Peire, composition graphique. - No. 14/15 (printemps/été 1962): enlarged size (19 x 19 cm), cover by Luc Peire & Henri Chopin. Article by Chopin, Lovano and Seuphor: 'Introduction sur les arts nouveaux'. The first number to be published with a gramophone record ('Flutes de sang' by G. Murail & 'Mélismes' by M. Delannoy). - No. 16 (automne 1962): Cover by Key Sato & H. Chopin, reproducing works of various Japanese artist (Numéro franco-japonais). Stamp of Petronio. - No. 17 (hiver 1962-63): Cover by Chavignier. 'Numéro d'échange entre la Belgique et la France'. WithMonogram of Artur Petronio - No. 18 (printemps 1963): Cover by Léo Breuer. Dessins et textes de Gaston Chaissac; Michel Seuphor: L'éphémère est éternel (written and with stage settings by Piet Mondrian in 1926); etc. - No. 19 (été/automne 1963): Cover by S. Rodillon. Contributions by Paul de Vree, Jean Arp (unpublished poem 'Motus Motus'). De nouvelle dimensions sonores et visuelles (Hansjorg Gisiger; Tjerk Wicky/Luc Peire: Filme Pêche de Nuit; M. Arnould, etc. Monogram of Arthur Petronio, also inside. Together with: - Supplément (1) 20 oct. 1961: Poèmes-objets. - Supplément (2) 20 janvier 1962: Poésie objective. Exposition 'Galerie La Jeune Parque, Lyon' de J.J. Lévêque, G. Guillot, H. Chopin, J. Pérol.- and the very rare Supplement : Signification de l’art du xx.es. Mai 1962, by Seuphor and Chopin. From here onward with change of name: --OU Nos. 20-44. Sceaux/later Ingatestone. 1964-1974, partly in DE-LUXE with many additional supplements, as detailed below, and the No. 45 (last published) which is a reprospective published in Bourges,1979. -n°20/21. 1964 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale de Gianni Bertini. Dim : 27 x 27 cm. 1/10 exempl. de luxe une gravure originale de Guitet (signée) et un bois de Bertini (signé) dans un étui-chemise gris. Contributions de Bertini, Guitet, Gysin, Dupuy, Janicot, Berthier. Inclu un disque 33 tours : face A : Heisieck Poème-partition et Gysin I am, Machine-Poem, face B : Gysin Machine-Poem et Chopin Vibrespace Audio Poème. De plus : - l'exempl. est signé par Chopin - Gysin et Heidsieck sour leur nom au colophon. - l'exempl. est dédicacé au libraire et éditeur Jean Petithory par Bertini avec un jeu de mots sur OU. Joint : Bulletin de souscription - n°22. s.l.n.d. [1964]: DE-LUXE. Couverture originale de Paul-Armand Gette. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe sur Arches avec une lithographie originale de Gette et une gravure originale de Berni dans un étui toile où est inscrit OU au pochoir. Contributions de Berni, Sharkey, Furnival, Altmann, Houédard, Heidsieck, F. St.-Thibault, Chopin, Burka, Morgan, Pelieu, Finlay, Haussman. Joint : Bulletin de sousciption - n°23/24 . 1965 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale de Kosice. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe : Etui contenant l'exempl. + une suite contenant un photomontage original de Kocise et une lithographie signée de Rotella. Contributions de Man Ray (Rayograph), Bertini, J-L. Philippe, Rochber Gybduf (lire : ROtella, CHopin, BERtini, GYsin, B. heidsieck, DUFrêne), P.A. Gette, B. Heidsieck. Recueil (19 x 19 cm, 16 pp) : contributions de Caniaris, P. Clerc, P. de Vree, G. Foreau, Janicot, Lattanzi, Rotella. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), Face A : Dufrêne Crirythmes 1958 et 1964, Rotella 7 Poèmes phonétiques 1949 à 1963, Heidsieck Poème-partition "J" 1963, face B : Heidsieck Le Quatrième Plan 1963, Brion Gysin 3 Permutations 1960, Chopin Audio-poème "l'energie du sommeil" 1965. - n°25 . 1965 : DE-LUXE. Couverture illustrée (auteur anonyme). Dim : 26 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe avec une lithographie originale de Chopin et une néo-gravure en relief de Krasno dans un étui toile. Ce numéro a été réalisé à l'occasion des Scéances de Poésies de la Quatrième Bienale de Paris. Contributions de Dufrêne, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Jean-J. Lévêque, Gabriel Paris, Dora Feilane, Chopin, Serge Béguier, Bertini, Fr. Saint-Thibault, Laura Sheleen, John Giorno, Brion Gysin, Heidsieck, Les Aëlys, P.A. Gette, Alain Jouffroy, Jean-Clarence Lambert, Rodolfo Krasno. - n°26/27. 1965 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale illustrée de Burka. Dim : 27 x 27 cm Le homard Cosmographique. 1/10 exempl. de luxe dans un étui in 4 oblong sur lequel est collé une empreinte-photo de Béguier et contenant le n° sur Arches + la suite comprenant une aquatinte de Roberto Altmann et une sérigraphie de Furnival. Contributions de Edmund Alleyn, Roberto Altmann, Serge Béguier, Bertini, Jan Burka, Henri Chopin, John Furnival, Ilse et Pierre Garnier, Hirsal Grögereva, Jiri Kolar, Kosice, Hansjörg Mayer, Rancillac, C. Frederick, Reutersward, Rotella, Ben. Disque 45 tours (17 cm) face A : Raoul Hausmann Poèmes phonétiques 1918, Face B : Bernard Heidsieck Poèmes-partitions 65, Chopin Audio-poèmes 1962 et 1963. - n°28/29. 1966 : Couverture originale illustrée de Henri Chopin. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. Contributions de François Dufrêne, Spacagna, Julien Blaine, Cozette De Charmoy, Melo e Castro (Objet poématique, Chopin raconte que l'artiste est venu les apporter lui-même pour éviter la censure), Adriano Spatola, Yaacov Agam, Alain Arias-Misson, Fr. Saint-Thibault, Laura Sheleen, Jean Boudet, F. Dufrêne, Paul de Vree. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A : Dufrêne 12'35. triptycrirythme 1966 et Paul de Vree veronika 1953, Face B : Paul de Vree Ogenblik 1948, Kleine Caroli 1963, Vertigo Gli 1963, Een Roos a Rose 1964 et Chopin Sol Air, ballet des espaces 1961. - n°30-31. 1967 : Couverture originale de Ben Vautier. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. 9 poèmes + 1 badge poétique de Yaacov Agam, 1 dépliant-relief-objet de John Furnival (signé et daté 1967), 1 dessin d' Aude Jessemin, 1 graphie de Luc Peire, 2 poèmes futuristes polonais d'Anatol Stern, 1 poème graphique 2 couleurs de Luigi Ferro. + joint le bulletin de souscription. Disque 33 tours (25 cm) de Chopin Le corps, 22' pour Vivre pour vivre II, 1957, enregistrement exclusivement vocal 1966. - n°32. 1967 6 pages agrafées publiées à l'occasion de l'exposition Lumière et Mouvement, de Dufrêne, Chopin et Wolman au Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Dim : 21 x 27 cm Textes La Guerre - deux périodes de Blaine, Chopin et Muller, Crirythme en six de Dufrêne (correction manuscrite de Chopin), La Mégapneumie de Wolman. - n°33. 1968 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale de Bernard Aubertin. Dim : 19,5 x 19 cm. 36 pages. 1/10 exempl. de luxe sur Arches avec un dessous d'affiche de Dufrêsne, un collage d'Heidsieck, un poème graphique (dactylopoème) de Chopin, un scotch de Wolman dans une boite de toile noire. Contributions de Albert Birot La Grande Vie, Jean Claude Moineau Manifeste significations, Henri Chopin Lettre ouverte aux musiciens aphones. Disque 45 tours (17 cm), face A : B. Heidsieck : Biopsie V 66, Quel Age Avez-Vous?, Dufrêne : Crirythme 67 Dédié à H. Chopin, face B : Gil J. Wolman : Mégapneumes 67, La Mémoire, Chopin : Audio-poème 67, le Ventre de Bertini. Joint : Bulletin de souscription - n°34/35. 1969 : Edition 1/10. Couverture originale cartonnée rouge estampée à froid de Gisiger. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl numérotés de B à J dans un étui de toile rouge avec en plus une gravure estampée à froid de Gisiger signée, l'offset de Balch-Burroughs-Gysin-Sommerville signé par Chopin et mis à part l'offset de Balch-Burroughs-Gysin-Sommerville et le poster de Degottex, tous les posters sont sur papier de luxe. Contributions de Balch, Burroughs, Gysin, Chopin, Bob Cobbing, P.A. Gette (affiche 68 Le mur - the wall, sur papier fort), Degottex (affiche en sérigraphie Il faut du noir pour sortir du rouge), Hugh Davies,Gomez de Liano, M. Seuphor. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A: Dufrêne Haut-satur 1967, face B : Bob Cobbing Marvo movie natter 1968, Spontaneous Appealinair Contemprate Apollinaire 1968, Chopin : Mes bronches 1966. Exempl. dédicacé et signé par Chopin. Joint : Bulletin de souscription - n°36/37. 1970 : DE-LUXE. Couverture originale en plastique rouge de Gianni Bertini Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe avec une sculpture magnétique de Alice Hutchins et un chapeau sonore de Anna Lockwood conservé dans une boite de toile rouge avec une fenêtre laissant apparaitre un sein de la couverture sculpture de G. Bertini. De plus, les posters de Neuhuys, Moineau et Chopin sont sur papier de luxe. Contributions de Raoul Hausmann, Novak, Stefan Themerson, A. Hutchins, A. Lockwood, Tom Phillips, Paul Neuhuys, Moineau, Matusow, R. Hausmann, Paul de Vree, H. Chopin, Michel Seuphor, Brigitte Chopin (fille d'Henri). Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A : Ladislas Novak La stucture phonétique de la langue tchèque 1969, Hugh Davies Shozyg 1 & 2, , face B : Sten Hanson Don't hesitate do it, do it right now - The glorious desertion 1969, Chopin Les grenouilles d'Aristophane 1967, Heidsieck Ravaillac, tu connais ? 1969. - n°38/39. 1971: . Couverture originale de Henri Chopin. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe comprenant une sérigraphie de Marcelle Cahn et une de Marcel Janco, le tout dans une boite noire avec un bois marqué review en rouge. Contributions de Chopin (Affiche en sérigraphie sur un texte de Burroughs + Affiche en sérigraphie sur un texte de Phases), Cahn, Cozette de Charmoy, Jean Degottex (Affiche en sérigraphie Feu la culture), Gisiger, Raoul Hausmann, Marcel Janco, Marcel Mariën, Richard Orton. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A, Chopin : le rire est debout 1969, B.E. Johnson : (Among) II, 1970. Face B, Hanson : Railroad poem et Révolution 1970, J. Bekaert : The day after 1969. - n°40/41. 1972 : Couverture originale de plastique noire de Hansjörg Gisiger (Portrait d'Ernest). Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. Contributions de Lacasse, Gerz, Hutchins, Themerson, Norguet, C. de Charmoy, Chopin. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A : da Silva Audio-poem 1971, William Burroughs Valentine Day Reading 1965, face B : Brion Gysin Poems 1960-62, Heidsieck Passe-Partout no 4 1970, Chopin Le soleil est mécanique. La couverture est un peu défraichie. - n°42/43/44. 1974 : Couverture originale de Axel Knipschild. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/10 exempl. de luxe avec un collage de Maccheroni (Sens interdits) et la suite de Tom Phillips sur beau papier signée et numérotée + objet en bois sur lequel est inscrit OU n°42/43/44 signé par Chopin le tout dans un étui de toile rouge. Contributions M. Corfou, T. Phillips, M. Janco, A. Lora-Totino, Chopin, N. Zurbrugg, Jo Verbrugghen, Henri Maccheron(affiche signée), R. Aaron et l'Association. Le fac-similé de la lettre de Roussel annoncé au colophon n'est jamais paru dans aucun des tirages. Disque 33 tours (25 cm), face A : W. Burroughs Reading 1965, Ake Hodell Numro Ba Besch, 1970, face B : Amirkhanian Each 'LL 1971, Novak Two poems 1958-62, Rimbaud Le Vrai Sonnet des Voyelles, Chopin Les mandibules du "Déjeuner sur l'herbe" 1971. Exempl. dédicacé au libraire et éditeur Jean Petithory. Joint : 5 sérigraphies de différentes tailles de Tom Phillips signées et dédicacées à Henri Chopin.

[#16386]

THE OUTSIDER

Nos. 1-4/5 (five numbers in four issues, first three in original wrappers ,Numbers 4/5, "The Patchen issue": stiff decorated wrappers). All published. New Orleans/Tuscon, 1961-1969. (With a few additions as described below).

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited and hand-printed by Lou & Jon Webb. Complete run of this important magazine of art and literature from the Loujon Press. (Volume 1, numbers 1, 2, 3, and volume 2, numbers 4/5, complete in 4 issues. New Orleans (nos. 1-3) and Tucson (nos. 4/5): Loujon Press, Fall, 1961; Summer, 1962; Spring, 1963; and Winter 1968-69). Contributions by Bukowski, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Mezz Mezzrow, Charles Olson, Harold Norse, Rexroth, Lawrence Durrell, D. Levertov, DiAna di Prima, Dick Higgins, Henry Miller, Gary Snyder, LeRoi Jones, Robert Bly, and many, many others. Large section of the final issue is devoted to Kenneth Patchen. Illustrated with photographs. Laid in no 4/5 are: an Outsider order blank, creased and with some silverfish damage; "The Editor's Bit and Obit," an account of the making of this issue and the many afflictions that beset the editors (also printed in the magazine); and a reprint of an article from the Tucson newspaper describing the disastrous effects of a flash flood that destroyed much of the stock.

[#19891]

OVUM

2a Epoca

No. 4, December 1974. 11.75 x 8.25 Handwritten on the plain front cover: Ovum is a Jail. Unpagined [26 pages incl wrapper] with inclusions: -one sheet, folded insert by C. Padin( Galeria U Montevideo,Festival de la Postal Creativa,Sky Art, 4 pages), - prospectus Liberarse (Exposicion Ibnt. De la Nueava Poesia) - Card (7x10,8 cm) white stock, by Davi Det Hompson and Clemente Padi.

EUR 800.00

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Artist periodical. Revista de investigacion artistica y de difusion de la corrientes del arte. Ed. by Clementie Padin. A second era of OVUM 10, produced as an assembling with (signed or unsigned) contributions by Neil Baldwin, Jorga Caraballo, Daniel Daligand, Enrique Gomez, Davi Det Hompson, Urban Janos, Malhander, Eugenio Miccini, Knude Pesersen, Horacia Zabala, David Zack.

[#19890]

OVUM 10

No. 3. Junio 1970. 16 pp.incl.wrappers. Frontcover illustration Gianni Bertin

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Clemente Padín. Articles on concrete and visual poetry, expositions, etc. . "Ovum 10 es una revista de investigación poética y de difusión de las corrientes de la nueva poesía…" . Contribs.: Mirella Bentivoglio, Gianni Bertini, Luigi Ferro, Milan Grygar, Richard Kostelanetz, Ketty La Erocca, Clemente Padi, Ladislav Nebesky, Luciano Ori, Sdarencom Dailor Varela.

[#17672]

P.S. PRIMARY SOURCES ON THE INTERNATIONAL PERFORMING ARTS

Numbers 1-7 (all publ.). London (UK), P.S. Publications Association 1979/81. Large tabloid folded in two, ca 25 pp each issue. Numerous illustrations/photographs, b/w.

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by Jean-Claude Masson, Roger Ely, David Dawson, Max Eastley. Magazine exploring and covering 'live art', 'performance art' and 'multi media' activities. Interview with Kenneth Williams, Jimi Hendrix Festival (Paradiso Amsterdam), Jail Warehouse, Whirled Music, Captain Beefheart, Semza Pozcu, Rose Garrard, Monty Python, Anemic Cinema, Eadward Muybridge, Gilbert & George, Geneis P. Orridge Suburband Relapse, Joseph Beuys in conversation with Rob Con, Mark Pauline, Adrian Henri, Performance Art (Jeff Nuttall), the I.O.U.Theatre, Jazz in Scandinavia, and much more.

[#15816]

PA-RA-BÜ

Nos. 1-5. Frankfurt (Patio Verlag). 1977. Orig. pictorial wrappers; 8vo; stapled. Added: Prospectus of Patio Verlag.

EUR 500.00

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PAtios RAritaten BUcher (texts you are unable to find anywhere else) is a series published by Patio (Karl Riha). Texts in German. Nr. 1. E. Ullirsch: Goethe als Dadaist (1919). Mit einem Nachwort von Karl Riha. 16 pages ; Nr. 2, Hans Wald : Wissen-schafts-prosa, eine Parodie, 20 pages ; Nr. 3, Wolfgang Maier: Beiläufig Bundeseck, Erzählung. 20 pages ; Nr. 4, Agno Stwitsch : Alles zielt auf einen punkt (1963/65). 38 pages ; Nr. 5, Raoul Hausmann : Die Sprache der Fische und Vogel und die Phonie. 16 pages. Nr. 1prints a text of an unknown author published in a daily paper in 1919 in which Goethe is presented as a pre-Dadaist. Nr. 2 is a parody on a text by Benno von Wiessen's introduction on "Die Deutsche Tragodie…." in which the crucial words in the texts are simply switched or replaced by signs: tragische-tragodie; komische-komedie; musikalische - musik; witzige -witz…..Nr. 3 a story about a writers bar in Berlin in the 60's; Nr.4 An issue with visual poetry by 'agnostowich'. Nr. 5 a first publication of a text by Raoul Hausmann. All 5 issues with a Post face by Karl Riha.

[#16612]

PAGES

International Magazine for the Arts.

Nos. 1-3 (all published) . London, Autumn - Winter 1970, 1972. 4to; stapled in original pictorial wrappers.(40, 36, 24 pages, including the pictorial wrappers). A good set with only very light soilage.

EUR 1,200.00

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Edited by David Briers. Full set of all three numbers and complete with the loosely-inserted postcard by Richard Hamilton in number 1. Texts and contribs. by Diter Rot, Emmett Williams, Tom Phillips, Luigi Ferro, Ben, Jiri Valoch, Ginzburg, Mauricio Kagel/Joseph Beuys, Richard Demarco, a feature on M. Art, John Furnival, Robert Filiou, Herman Damen (cover for no. 2) etc. Number 3 published in 1972, designed by Alastair Campbell, with contributions by Janos Urban, Hans-Wener Kalkmann, William Luis Sorensen, Wolf Vostell, Joseph Beuys, Franco Vaccari, Franco Ravedone, Peter Kennedy, Edgar Antonio Vigo, Bern Porter.

[#18574]

PAGES SANS TITRE

Paris, Editions hors-commerce François Norguet, 1976-1980. Issues 1 - 11 (all publ.). 10 physical issues, complete, as no. 5 never appeared. Each part in leaves under a folded jacket. Roy. 8vo. Very fine condition. Kept in box with perspex window.

EUR 2,000.00

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- No. 1, june 1976: François Norguet. Limited edition of 50 copies in photo-copy, signed and numbered (no. 4). - No. 2, january 1975 (january 1978): Marcel Boussand. Limited edition of 150 copies, signed and numbered (No. 4). - No. 3, june 1978: Michel Corfou. Limited edition of 60 copies, signed and numbered (no.4). - No. 4, (1969) october 1978: Jean-Luc Parant. Limited ed. of 300 copies of which 60 copies numbered and signed (our copy no. 4). - No. 5. Not published. - No. 6, november 1978: Alexandre Bonnier. Limited edition of 60 copies, all signed and numbered (no. 4) - No. 7, november 1978: Alexandre Bonnier, "Merde à la mort". Limited edition of 60 copies, all signed and numbered (no. 4) (Manuscript and drawings) . - No. 8, may 1979: Michel Corfou. Limited ed. of 60 copies, all signed and numbered (no. 4). - No. 9, june 1979: Pierre Albert-Birot. Limited edition of 150 copies. - No. 10, december 1979: Jeanne Gatard. Limited edition of 70 copies all signed and numbered (no. 20) (with original colour illustration on silk). - No. 11, april 1980: Daniel Cabanis. Limited ed. of 60 copies signed and numbered (No. 14). Offset printing and photo-copies. The first 4 issues are offset printed from typewriter-art originals, later numbers are offset printed from manuscripts and original artwork.

[#17332]

PAINTED HORSES

New York, NY, Doones Press 1970. Only published issue: 28x21,5 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Mimeograph. Contributions by Tom Raworth, Gerard Malanga, Darrell Gray, Victor Coleman, Lewis Warsh, Michael Lally, et al.

EUR 300.00

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Published./edited by Raymond (Ray) DiPalma. Contributions by Tom Raworth, Gerard Malanga, Darrell Gray, Victor Coleman, Lewis Warsh, Michael Lally, and others

[#15815]

PAKET

Cardboard box (2,5 x 31 x 22) Trier: Éditions Trèves, Juni 1975.Containing a collection of poetry, prose, a photograph and graphics (all loose as published, mostly mimeographed).

EUR 400.00

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Vertrieb: Dieter Walter, Hattingen. We were unable to ascertain if this is the only volume published. With contributions by: bahl, bottinelli, ingo cesaro, julien czalaun. bernhar hoffmann, hans joachim kann, horst knauf, rolf mörschel, norbert ney, robert messmer, rb (rainer breuer) orig.fotografik (s/b/n/d), heinrich retörsch, salzburger autorengruppe projektIL/ christine und eberhard haidegger: lyrik und ‘Schneckenhaus’ , theo schneider, reutlinger drucke, postkartenset der edition leonhard als beilage, cartoongrafik von jan totnaschoff .The signed text page by Botinelli is missing as well as the booklet ‘peni-vagi by heinrich retörsch, But there are three additional booklets that are not mentioned in the table of contents.

[#15304]

PANDORA'S BOX (contributions by Josef BEUYS, Sol LeWITT, Richard HAMILTON, Rob SCHOLTE a.o.)

Contemporary Archaeology.

Complete edition, consisting of 3 boxes with original, unique works of art. Rotterdam, Publishing House Bébert (Bebert), 1985-1990. A mixed-media collection containing signed work of 31 noted artists: Box 1: From source to use. Pandora Part One. [Rotterdam], 1985. Rose laquered box (35,2 x 28,3 x 12,7 cm). Copy No. 101. Box 2: This box contains items you ordered. Pandora Part Two. [Rotterdam], 1987. White laquered box (35,2 x 28,3 x 14,3 cm). Copy No. 95. Box 3: Protect me from what I want. Pandora Part Three. [Rotterdam]. 1990. Black laquered box. (35,2 x 28,3 x 25,2 cm). Copy No. 186. Publishing House Bebert. Limited to 150 copies (75 for sale) for the complete set of 3 boxes (Boxes 1 and 3 limited to 200 copies each, box 2 limited to only 150 copies). (Added: 5 subscription forms and invoices from Bébert to the original subscriber of this set).

EUR 13,000.00

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A remarkable artists project, containing signed works of artists such as Joseph Beuys (Dyptich ,silkscreen on felt and wood), Sol LeWitt (set of 5 silkscreens), Maria van Elk (folded litho), Arie van Geest, Richard Hamilton (colotype), Lawrence Weiner (text object), Rene Daniels (silkscreen/drawing and painted bow tie) , Klaus Gubbels (collage,drawing), Ben Vautier (text and record), Richard Artschwager (Face, silkscreen), Daniel Buren (Untitled, folded silkscreen), Guillaume Bijl (Composition trouvée for a girl's bedroom); Jenny Holzer (Protect me from what I want), Edwin Janssen, Aldo Rossi (The Dutch Tower), Rob Scholte (Echte meesters signeren hun werk altijd; photograph pressed on stretched canvas), and many others. The wooden boxes made by Piet van Schadewijk (1 & 2) George Stefansson (3); Text printed in silk-screen by Ger Stahlhofer (on Hollands Register, 200 grams for boxes 1 & 2; Arjomari,Rivoli 240 grams for box 3. More detailed list of contents on demand.

[#12662]

PANJANDRUM

Number 1. San Francisco, Panjandrum Press, ca. 1972. Loose sheets within portfolio plus gramophone record, kept in orig.box (small stain on top and sides a bit damaged).

EUR 300.00

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Contents are graphics and poetry by Josie Grant, Steve Campbell, Deward Drollinger, Sheila Brady, Diana Foldvary, the record contains poetry readings (Lennart Bruce, G.Ushanoff, D.Gittin, John Logan, George Hitchcock, Patrick Todd, Allen Ginsberg, a.o.)

[#16849]

PARACHUTE

Art contemporain/Contemporary Art.

Nos. 1-125 (all published sofar, publication suspended). Montreal,1975 - January 2007. Original pictorial wrappers. Plus Duane Michels special issue. (No.55 frontcover and first pages waterdamaged, No. 3, 11 and 16 in xerox-copies).

EUR 3,500.00

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Parachute was founded by René Blouin and Chantal Pontbriand, who met at Véhicule, one of the first artist-run centres in Canada, (together with A Space and the Western Front) and the Research Group in Arts Administration. It became one of the leading journals on contemporary and modern art dealing with architecture, artists books, curating, music, painting, photography, artists projects, sculpture, theatre, video. Contribtions (in French and English) by: George Bogardi, Chantal Darcy, France Morin, Roland Poulin, Marc Dachy, Philip Fry, Robert Racine, Andrew Forster, Marine Meilleur, a.o.

[#19125]

PARIS-MAI.

PARIS - MAI. La Nuit du 13 mai 68. Published as Agentzia No. 3 (Paris-Mai) by J. GERZ, J.F. BORY and A. HUBSCHMID. Paris, Small Press Scene; 30x30cm; published in the format of a longplaying record-cover with photograph of the May rebellion on the front. A near mint copy, very rare in this condition.

EUR 800.00

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Photograph on the font cover, text on the back cover, also extracts from Le Monde. Inside are two cardboard disks mounted on a cardboard underground with texts and photographs related to the May rebellion; one disk is 'Reaction', the other 'Revolution', each with cut-out windows, which by turning the disks around a center-pin reveal the pictures and corresponding texts of Paris-Mai (May 3-22 1968).

[#17122]

PAVAN.

Nos. 1-15 (all publ.). Stockholm (S), Kerberos Forlag / Rönnells Antikvariat 1965/1970 - 2001/2003. 5,5x17 cm.,softcovers. Issues of ab. 25 pages each., b/w and colour.

EUR 650.00

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Edited by Elis.Eriksson (Stockholm 1906-2006). The 5 first issues published by Kerberos Forlag in 1965/1970, and the following 10 issues in facsimile by Rönnells Antikvariat in 2001/2003. Each issue 24pp. plus cover, fully illustrated, written and designed by Eriksson, and each issue seems to be a different story with a cast of characters created by Eriksson.

[#13746]

pe

Nos. 16-19 (last publ.). Neukirchen / Seebüll, 3 Juli 1963 - Jan. 1968. Size (h/w): 29,7 x 21 cm. Original illustrated paperboard-wrappers (incl. original graphic work), stencilled text. One of the "de-luxe" editions (published in 50-100 copies) with signed original graphics added. Added: a photocopied edition of no. 15 Juli 1963. "Steine und Zeichen"; Broadside: Timm Ulrichs: "100 Fahndungsplakate" with text by Klaus Hoffmann; as well as SEMEION EXTRA. Sporadisch erscheinendes Flugblatt. Nos. 1-4 (all publ.?). (1966-1967). Illustrated. Werner Schreib

EUR 1,800.00

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Edited by Holger Hattesen, Klaus Hoffmann and Erik Nielsen. Many (tipped-in) illustrations including original graphic work (of which 7 contributions signed by the artist, i.e.: Werner Schreib, Bierzunski, Omar Alt, Jürgen Claus, Raimund Girke, Frieder Nake, Joh. Schreiter). No. 16 "Semantische Malerei" devoted to Werner Schreib and Luciano Lattanzi; No. 17: "J.-H. Bierzunski: Claff und die Hierarchie der Punkte. 49 Katalaunica"; No. 18: "Materialen zur zeitgenössischen Kunst"; Neue Ornamentik". No. 19: Neue Ornamentik. Contributions by Jürgen Claus, Karl Otto Götz, Heinz E. Hirscher, Heimrad Prem, W. Schreib, Peter Gorsen, Reinard Döhl, a.o.

[#17017]

PE- DE- CABRA

Publicação não periódica.

(Unnumbered). Probably only issue published. Porto, rua de Serralves. Dez. 1979. 60 pages, offset b/w, within stiff illustrated b/w) wrappers, light soilage, traces of a small removed sticker, ownership stamp JB, internally fine.

EUR 200.00

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Designs (most on full page) by Fernando Albertino, texts by Jose Correia, Carlos Monteiro, Maria Alexandra, Simoes Pinto, Virgilio Liquito.

[#9866]

PEQUOD

A Journal of Contemporary Literature and Literary Criticism.

Vol. 1-3. Forest Knolls, San Francisco, Spring 1974 - 1981. Original illustrated wrappers. Tog. 12 issues.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by David Paradis and Richard Bell. Publishes poetry, prose, literary criticism, with works by o.a: Paul Blackburn, David O'Dell, Tom McHale, Mimi Albert, Boris Pasternak, Paul Nemser, Michael Zimmerman, Jean Follain, Liza Tucker. Vol. 2 no 2: 'Special Eugenio Montale issue'. Each issue ca. 60-90 pages. Covers: Ed Shostak, Christo, Sol Lewitt (cover slightly shaven), Robert Bechtle, Audrey Flack, Philip Pearlstein, Joyce Kozloff, Richard Tuttle, Terry Fox, Dotty Attie, Helene Aylon.

[#17425]

PERCEPTISMO

Teorico y polemico.

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Buenos Aires, 1950/53. Unbound as issued. (40x29 cm) Printed in b/w, with numerous illustrations; Nos. 1-5 have 8 pages per number, 6-7 have one colour added on the first page, and 12 pages per issue. Very good condition, with a faint horizontal fold as issued; the first number has light wear over the fold and some light marginal damage; small handwritten notes in the margin by an unidentified reader of the first 2 articles; the other issues are very good to mint).

EUR 4,500.00

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Theoretical and programmatic journal for Concrete Art, edited by Raúl Lozza, the artist who founded the movement known as Perceptismo: an avant-garde movement in Argentina that followed Arte Concreto, Invencion and Madi. Between 1950 and 1953 Lozza wrote, designed and published the seven issues of the Perceptismo magazine, in which his brother V.D.Lozza and Abraham Haber collaborated. This publication shows part of the copious theoretical production that went along with his artistic labor. One of his researches’ essential subjects was color. The first issue of the magazine includes an article entitled:The Color in Art. ( Abstract and excerpts from a book in printing, which as a book remains unedited. He insisted on the concept of unity between form and color. The interaction of these determined the structural harmony of a painting. Some of the key concepts for an ideal materialization of Lozza’s works were published in 1952 in the No. 4 of Perceptismo). Articles by Raúl Loza (e.g. El Color en el Arte; La Nueva Estructura de la Pintura Perceptista; De la Abstraccion al Perceptismo; El Perceptismo y lo Functional; Forma y Contenido), Abraham Haber Pintura y percepcion; (Matematica y Fisica en la Nueva Pintur; Lo Objetivo y lo No-objectivo den el Arte; Lo Magico y la Expresion; Nuestra; Nuestra Estetica; Psicología de la forma y fenomenologia;El proceso pictórico del perceptismo), V.D. Lozza (El Arte y el Hombre; Espacio y Tiempo). - ADDED is an important group of catalogues of exhibitions of Raúl Lozza and other contemporary artists: - Ocho artista constructivos (Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, B.A., Julio 1963; - Grabados y Afiches de Humngria, 1964; - Raul Lozza, pinturas, Galeria Primera Plana,1969; - Barragan, Espinosa, Lozza, Morana, Sociedad Argentina de Artistas Plasticos, 1968; - Lozza, pinturas,1973, Van Riel Galeria; - dedicated copy of '16 Anos, El movimiento 'Forma y Espacio'; - and ab. 20 small pampflets, inivitations to exhibitions etc.

[#17088]

PERESEMPIO

International Review for Poetic Research in Anthropological Art. Edited by Toni Ferro and Sue Melikian. Folio internazionale di ricerca poetica dell’arte antropologica.

Numbers 1-2 (all published). 1983. - "Peresempio"” Il Sogno. "for example the dream", march ’83. March. 1983.Naples and New York).Tabloid sized magazine, 16 pages with 4 page transparent inlays, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. Small tear to bottom of front wrapper, otherwise fine - "Peresempio"” Il Mito. "for example the myth". Naples and New York, nov. ’83. Tabloid sized magazine, 20 pages with 4 transparent inlays, illustrated thoughout. Illustrated wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Toni Ferro (Naples) and Sue Melikian (New York) . One of 350 copies. Ferro writes: - THE DREAM « Memory and nature, the fictitious desire to revive a « lost object », are the real qua¬lities of the dream ». This quote from the « Introduction of Zero - Setting Anthropology » documented our presentation at the Pompidou Center (Bergamene, Bugli, Luca, Fiorentino, Lista, Luksa and I) which was attended by Pierre Restany. I reconfirm it now. I repeat that the objects of anthropological art are one time machine traveling in the consciousness of man. It is the poetry of history (micro and macro) that creates the objects and actions of « Zero - Setting Art », « on the border of art». This Zero - Setting brings man's existence and poetry together into the same space. This is why I begin «peresempio» with the dream », a theme I proposed for poetic research in this newspaper with other artists who have a calling for this poetry. My gratitude and esteem goes to them and all others involved in this collaboration. And here is the dream, or the awakening? Naples february 1983 T. F. Contributions By Bergame, Bugli , De Joanna , Ferro , Fiorentino , Galzarano, Lista, Meilikian, Nocito, Restany , Sacco, Sala, Vallone, Ventura. -IL MITO: contains works by Bergamene, Bugli, Carr, De Joanna, De Credico, Ferro, Fiorentino, Gambardella, Hirscher, Lista, Lo Russo, Massey, Melikian, Restany, Sala, Theunissen van Manen. With original contribution by Sue Melikian, by Bergamene, a collage by De Credico, a pasted in original relief print (numbered and signed in pencil) + an original collage by Jack Massey + one by Toni Ferro. (See: Impassibile naufrago, p. 168)

[#16893]

PERFORMANCE ART / LIVE:Performance Art.

A periodical of Performance Arts Journal Publications

Nos. 1-6/7 (all publ.). New York, 1979-1982. Original pictorial wrappers; oblong (1-2 size 17,5x28,5 cm; nos. 3-5 size 20x28,5cm).

EUR 1,200.00

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Publishers, editors designer and photographer: Bonnie Marranca, Gautam Dasgupta, John Howell, Johan Elbers, Nathaniel Tielston, Nancy Campbell, Paula Court, staff and contributions by: Robert Wilson, Ken Friedman,Laurie Anderson, Dick Higgins, Eric Bogosian, Joan Jonas, Robert Ashley,Charlie Morrow, Jean Dupuy, and Stuart Sherman. Features interviews with Carolee Schneemann, Ralston Farina, an "auto-interview" with RichardForeman.Robert Atkins, Bruce Barber, Ann Sargent-Wooster, a.o. No. 6/7 is a thick number featuring Glenn Branca, with Robert Ashley, John Cage, Dan Graham,Charles Frederick, Sally Randall, Shelly Rice, (Nos. 1-2: Performance Art 1-2; then becoming LIVE nos. 3-5,6/7).

[#18100]

THE PERFORMANCE SPACE

Numbers 1-14 (all published). Strawberry Hills, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 1994-1997. Orig. pictorial wrappers, 22x21 cm.; small abrasion to front cover of no 9, otherwise all very good, near mint.

EUR 1,200.00

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The Australian counterpart of 'High Perfiormance', issues of ab. 26 pages each, fully illustrated. Edited by Billy Crawford, Angharad Wynne-Jones, Jonathan Parsons, Lynne Mitchell. Contribs. Ny John Baylis, Nigel Kellaway, Shelly Lasica, Derek Dreckler, a.o. ; apparently no sets in libraries outside Australia.

[#17319]

PESSIMISTIC LABOR

Numbers 1 & 2 (all publ.). Oakland, CA, W.N.F. Publications 1984/1987. 25,5x18cm.,. Orig,wrappers;, 62pp and 52pp.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Michael Anderson. Contributions by Erica Hunt, Michael Amnasan, Pat Reed, Jessica Grim, Fiona Templeton, P. Inman, Bernard Welt, Andrew Levy, Diane Ward, Hannah Weiner & David Sternbach a.o.

[#15308]

LE PETIT COLOSSE DE SYMI

The Nothing Else Review.

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Basel/Zurich, 1966-1967. Illustrated; untrimmed as published. (Number 3 signed by Spoerri on page 3).

EUR 500.00

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Ed. by Daniel Spoerri & Kichka Baticheff, (edited from Symi, Dodécanèse, Greece) with contribs. by Diter Roth, A. Thomkins, D. Spoerri (Dissertation sur le ou la Keftedes,in no 3; Conserves de magie à la noix in no. 4), G. Brecht, Tinguely, Luginbuhl, E. Williams, a.o.; published in large sheets of 32 pp each, first 2 nos. on coloured stock.

[#16886]

PFIRSICH (PFERSCHA)

Together 13 numbers in 10 physical issues as follows: No. 1 (1969), No. 2/3 (Oktober 1970), No. 4 (mai 1971), No. 5 (November 1971), No. 6 (=Pferscha 1, October 1972, reduced size,29,5x 21 cm), No. 7 (März 1973), No. 8 (mai 1973, reduced size, 23,5x23,5 cm), No. 9 (Mai 1973). No. 15 (1975/76), No. 16/17/18 (Juli 1976). Graz, Verleger Pool, 1970-1976. All 35,5 x 30 cm, except the two indicated on smaller size. Stapled in the spines, later custombound. In the original (self)-wrappers. No.1 with small defect to front cover, rest (except for occasional light foxing and dustsoilage) in good condition.

EUR 1,800.00

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Experimental art-publication publ. by Horst Gerhard Haberl, Richard Kriesche, Karl Neubacher and edited by Hansjörg Spies. Artist journal concerned with conceptual and avant-garde art. "…Produkt eines grafischen Grossbetriebes und dient als Experiment und Leistungsbeweis zur Förderung und Integration der Kunst in der Gesellschaft". Herausgeber: po ol,(Graz). No. 1: (20 unnumbered pages. Axel Corti, Roland Goeschl, Richard Kriesche, Imgeborg G. Pluhar etc.) No. 2/3: (Horst HG.Haberl, W.Skreiner, Richard Kriesche etc. ); No. 4: Music issue (Jankowski, Schwertsik a.o.); No. 5: (John Stezaker, Richard Kriesche, Klaus Groh a.o.); No. 6:(=Pferscha 1, Erwin Aschacher, Josef Bauer, Jan Breakwell, Michael Gibbs, Sigi Krauss, David Mayor a.o.); No. 7: Gazi Herzog: Ist design was zu spielen ?; No. 8: Life Video Sound Polaroid, R. Kriesche;No. 9: Kriegspfirsich: 56 black sheets in wrapper, with as text in silver-lettering all the wars from 1899 till 1971; No. 15: Friederike Pezold. Ausstellungen in München, Graz, Köln, Wien und Berlin 1975/76, texts by Armin Zweite, Wolfgang Längsfeld, Wulf Herzogenrath, Horst G. Haberl ; No. 16/18: Video End. 97 pages, wit ills., contributors incl. Wolf Vostell, Peter Bloch, John Howkins ( also: Douglas Davis, Druks, Fansten, Haberl, Pezold, Ross, Santanera, Tirfoin)

[#18283]

PIECES

Pieces: only published. Newcastle (UK), The Basement Group n.d (ca1980). Assembling: 29,5x21 cm.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Richard Grayson and Belinda Williams. Contents are: 19 loose xeroxes in envelope, and one pair of surgical gloves (G. Cain). Edition unknown. 16 contributions: K. Atherton, J. Bewley, D. Bradford, GT. Cain, I. Cuttler, F. Fidi, K. Gill, G. Gini, R. Grayson, P. Horobin, J. Kippin, B. McLean, G. P. Orridge, J. Rigby, I. Robertson and F. Wire.

[#9971]

PILIPILI

Jong, kreatief, informatief, plasties en elektries tijdschrift.

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). Mechelen, 1970-1971. Original pictorial wrappers; 8vo., obl. 4to and 4to.

EUR 250.00

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Literary and artistic journal. Ed. Wim Geerts, Luc v. Hoeylandt, D. Gooris. First issues 16 pp., expanding to ab. 30 pp.; stencilled. The double-issue 8/9 contains orig. graphics by M. Broukaart, J. de Winter, L. Dutoy, W. Geerts, G. Gooris, E. Goyvaerts, W. van Eeckhout, F. van Zaelen, and poetry.

[#20205]

PLANTSUEDEN !

An Artists Magazin.

Issues 1-10 (= all published) Tokyo & Polling. 1993-1999. In original pictorial wrappers, printed in different colors, 24 x 17 cm, pages are heavy cardstock.

EUR 1,700.00

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!PLANTSUEDEN! Each issue was designed by a different artist. With original contributions and a series of " Special Reproductions of Hands of Artists". Texts are in English, German and Japanese. -No. 1/1993. Yayoi Kusama, Robert Menasse, Bernd Zimmer, Sumio Miyamoto, Bujin Hiraj et al. & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 16 Offsetprints by Yayoi Kusama. Total of 112 pages. Cover and orig. contrib. by KUSAMA + Hiraj. -No. 2/1994. Frank Krens, Troels Woersel, Henry Miller, Thomas Nitsche & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 30 Offsetprints by Troels Woersel. Total of 96 pages. Cover and orig. contrib. by T. Woersel. - No. 3/1994. Walter Vopava, Robert Menasse, Walter Vogl, Birgit Jürgenssen, Caroline V., Anselm Gluck, Lee Williams, Josef Ramseder, Arturo Silva, Thomas Votourba, Joachim Riedl & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 16 Offsetprints by Walter Vopava. Total of 104 pages. -No. 4/1995. Martin Disler, Peter Zweny, Klaus Wittkamp, P.G. Rossetti & pages w. the Hands of Artists (Zush). Special Offset Edition 24 Offsetprints by Martin Disler. Total of 112 pages. - No. 5/1996. Lou Reed, Cesare Pavese, Frank Krems, Siegfried Anzinger, E.F.Cherrytree, Guiseppe Ferri, R. v. Luckwald, Che Guevara, Karl Imhof & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 24 Offsetprints by Siegfried Anzinger. Total of 112 pages . -No. 6/1996. Allen Ginsberg, Saiko Nomura, Michiyo Nakamura, Rainer Maria Niedermeier, Tatsumi Orimoto, Birgit Jürgenssen, Zush & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 24 Offsetprints by ZUSH. Total of 109 pages - No. 7/1997. Plantsueden + Kalt. Roland Fischer, Meuser, Markus Oehlen, Reinhard Stangl, Walter Vopava, Olav Christopher Jenssen, Camill Leberer, Raimund von Luckwald, Troels Woersel, Bernd Zimmer, Herbert Brandl, Bodo Buhl, Reinhard Pods, Norbert Prangenberg, Hubertus Reichert, Michiyo Namura, Jan Cremer USA & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 32 Offsetprints by Hubertus Reichert. Total of 144 pages. Oehlen (Artist's Hand + Drawing) - No. 8/1998. Roger Fritz, Rainer Anton Niedermeier, Philipp Imhof, Ian McKeever, Jochen Niessen, Yhie Iizuka, Karl Imhof, I. Fukushi & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 29 Offsetprints by Ian McKeever. Total of 127 pages. - No. 9/1999. Ramesh Chandra, Shamala, Srinivas Prasad, Edgar Honetschlaeger, M.S. Umesh, Seichi Furuya, Archana Hande, Thomas Steiner, Andreas Weber, Rhagavendra Rao, Timm Ulrichs, Peter Schwarzenberg & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 11 Offsetprints by M.S. Umesh. Total of 80 pages. Cover Silkscreen. Sheets are heavy Asian Wove Paper. Centerfold by M.S. Umesh. - No. 10/1999. Orimoto, Toru Fukushi, Clemens Kaletsch, Irima Kaoru, Martin Fengel und Georg M. Oswald & pages w. the Hands of Artists. Special Offset Edition 33 Offsetprints by Tatsumi Orimoto. Total of 100 pages. Tatsumi Orimoto (cover).

[#14147]

+ - 0 (PLUS-MOINS-ZERO)

Revue d'Art Contemporain.

Nos. 1-54. Genval, Bruxelles, Sept. 1973-Oct.1989. Folio; original illustrated wrappers; numerous illustrations. With 7 nos. in perfect photoreprint (i.e. nos. 1-5,7,8)

EUR 3,000.00

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Belgian journal for progressive contemporary art, directed by E. Rona, later by Stéphanie Rona, ed. by Pierre Sterckx, Marian Verstraeten, Alain Macaire. Issues in the beginning of 8 pp. expanding to about 40 pages. No. 42 (102 pp) incl. a chronological index and no. 50 has 182 pp. Covers by Jacques Charlier, Broodhaers, Panamarenko, Joseph Beuys, etc.; contribs. include Otto Hahn, Vera Molnar, A. Stevens, C. Stellweg, Ph. Minguet, Roger D'Hondt, Vincent Baudoux, a.o. Set incl. no. 52bis & 53bis; No. 13 misnumbered as 12bis.

[#13347]

PLUS-NIEUWS

Veeltalig Orgaan/Organe Polyglotte/Polyglot Newspaper.

Nos. 1- 4, 8-12, 13, 14-16, added: special (unnumbered) issue: Art by Designers, Design by Artists. (No. 14 lacks screenprint). Ghent (Belgium), Plus Kern, 1969-1971. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrated. Sq. 8vo.

EUR 800.00

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Together 13 (out of probably 18 nos. published). 'Plus Kern" was a centre for constructive design, conceptual art, concrete poetry in Ghent. Ed. in-chief: Yves (& Jenny) de Smet. Contribs. by Sol Lewitt, André Beullens, Paul de Vree, Alice de Bakker, S.Brouwn, Plompen, Jac Charoux, Hugo De Clercq, Henri Chopin, Fr. Morellet, Ad Dekkers, Gijs Bakker en Emmy van Leersum, Servranckx, Bram Bogart, Raoul de Keyser, etc. Number 16 folds out to a poster, at the occasion of the exhibition Colombo, Morellet & Joel Stein in Plus-Kern.

[#15580]

POETS POEMS

Nos. 1-21 (all publ.). Aggie Weston's Editions, Belper, 2000-2005. (Orig. wrappers, 20 x 14 cm., stapled booklets; no. 13 not published !)

EUR 400.00

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Coordinated by Stuart Mills these nicely printed booklets contain the selections of favorite poems by 20 poets (Thomas A.Clark, Gael Turnbull, Sinon Cutts, Alan Halsey, Edwin Morhgan, Roy Fisher, Gerraldine Monk, Robert Creeley, Ian Sinclair, Stuart Mills, Peter Riley, Jonathan Williams, Karen MacCormack, Andrew Crozier, Adrian Mitchell, Richard Caddel, Majorie Welish, Peter Larkin, Charles Tomlinson, Michael Heller).

[#17660]

POGAMOGGAN.

New York, NY, Omphalos Press 1964. Number 1 (all published): 25x17cm, softcovers, 175pp.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Harry Lewis. Leonard Neufeld, Robert Shatkin. Literary magazine with contributions from Allen Ginsberg, Larry Eigner, Anselm Hollo, Diane Wakoski, Rochelle Owens, Paul Blackburn, Howard Cooper, Ian Hamilton Finlay, David Schloss, George Economou, Leonard Neufeld, Robert Kelly, Jackson Mac Low, Jerome Rothenberg, Ronald Giteck, Harry Lewis, Murray Mednick, Theodore Enslin, Robert Shatkin, Jonathan Greene, David Antin, David Margolis, Armand Schwerner, Steve Kowit, and David Ignatow

[#10047]

PONTO

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Revista de Poemas de Processo. Guanabara - Brasil, nd. (ca. 1967-1968). Loose sheets, printed on various stock, kept in original illustrated wrappers (overlays of the wrapper of the second issue a bit damaged, but illustrated front-cover fine). No 1 includes a leaflet (Bookmark) woodcut in red with round hole and stamp Edito Diagonal Cero and signed by Vigo. In ink.

EUR 2,500.00

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Concrete poetry edited by the groupe "Poema/Processo" founded in 1967. The first issue contains 17 folded sheets with contributions by Wlademir Dias-Pinto, Alvaro de Sá, Moacy Cirne, Neide Dias, Anselmo Santos, George Smith, Ariel Tacla, Jose Luiz Serafini, Nei Landro de Castro, Dailor Varela, Anchieta Fernandes; texts by A. de Sà: 'Vanguardia Poética no Rio Grande' and 'Proposiçao quantidade x qualidade'. Conce poems and photocompositions. The second issue: 27 loose sheets + 8 smaller ones + 2 envelopes; 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). (Ostensibly complete).

[#14442]

POOR.OLD.TIRED.HORSE.

Nos. 1-25 (all publ., but without nos. 2-3, which are included in fine photocopies). Wild Hawthorn Press, Ardgay & Lanark ,Edinburgh, 1961-1967. A set in the orig. issues, mostly quarto-size, but some of the later numbers in varying (slightly smaller) sizes. A fine set, quite rare.

EUR 5,000.00

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Foremost concrete-poetry journal, edited by Ian Hamilton Finlay, published at the Wild Hawthorn Press in Scotland. With illustrations and texts by John Furnival, Ian Hamilton Finlay, J. Steele, Gael Turnbull, Marvin Malone, E. Jandl, Paul de Vree, E. Morgan, Dom S. Houédard, Peter Lyle, Margot Sandemann, P. Steadman, Charles Biederman, Graham Keen(photography in no 24, photo-issue for the Concrete Poetry Festival in Brighton), J. Nicholson, Ronald Johnson (io and the ox-eye daisy), Bernard Kops, Larry Eigner, Robert Creeley, Poesia Concreta from Brazil (no.6), Pedro Xisto, Edgard raga, Bridget Riley & Ad Reinhard (no. 18), Robert Lax, Jim Nicholson, Jeffrey Steele, etc.

[#10067]

POWEZIE GAZET van JAN D'HAESE

Nos. 1-2 (all). Gent, n.d. - 1971. Unbd., 28 x 37 Cm., illustrated.

EUR 200.00

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Two issues of 4 pages each, printed in black and red. Edited, published and written by Jan D'Haese. Ills. signed KH.

[#19682]

PRO

Blätter für neue Literatur (later: Ein schriftlicher Vorgang); later:Jahrbuch für Mitteilungssysteme).

Heft 1-27 (all publ.). Bochum, Düsseldorf, Bulkowski, March 1966-1977. Unbd., original issues printed on various coloured stock , size 30 x 21 cm, later for numbers 13-20 changing to 21 x 15 cm.printed as Photocopies, Letterpress, Offset, Original works (collage etc). with all decorated original wrappers and supplements preserved, stapled in the spine or archival binders. Set in mint condition; illustrated.

EUR 4,500.00

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Complete set of this important example of the anarchist and leftist "mini-presses" of the sixties. Strong ties with Leftist movements worldwide, of which Bulkowski acted as the German language spokesman and reporter. Issues are usually around one topic:: No.5 Anarchie und Humor (Provo), No. 8 Texts of the Hippies ; No. 6 Beat-Beat with texts of the Beats; No. 10 Ideal Werbetext; No. 11/12 with orig. Plastic coloured artwork of Thomas Bayrle; No. 18 inspired on the Situationists; No 20 in orig.brown envelope. Numbers 13-21 on quarto size photocopied and combined together with original documents. They are interesting for content, typography and lay-out. Contributors include: Thomas Bayrle (Original color silkscreens on plastic foils), Horst Bingel, Paul Schallück, G. Zwerenz, Max v.d. Grün, N. Born, P. Faecke, D. Hoffmann, G. Kunert, K. Marti, Simon Vinkenoog (Provo), , Peter Chotjewitz, G. Guben, Reimar Lenz, Dietrich Albrecht (Fluxus), Hans-Peter Alvermann,Claus Boehmler, Rolf-Dieter Brinkmann, Stig Brogger, Stanley Brouwn, Henning Christiansen (Fluxus), Hans Peter Feldmann, Robert Filliou, Jochen Gerz, Ludwig Gosewitz (Fluxus), ans Imhoff , H. Kaminski, Tuli Kupferberg, F. Mayroecker + E. Jandl , Franz Mon , Maurizio Nannucci , A.R. Penck , J. Ploog , Chris Reinecke (LIDL) , Ralf-Reiner Rygulla, Wolfg. Schmidt, Tomas Schmit (Fluxus), Klaus Staeck / Eric Thygesen, Miroljub Todorovic , Vangelis Tsakiridis, Iannis Xenakis and numerous others.

[#19631]

PROFIL

Kunstmagazin

Nummer 1 - 10 (all publ., of which 6 numbers in De-Luxe edition). Düsseldorf. Profil und Galerie Kunst im Salon. 1978 - 1983. Orig. Pictorial wrappers. 21 x 15 cm. In very good condition, except for some occasion light toning and some browning on the spines. In this set 6 numbers are from the de-luxe, numbered 37/50 (the regular edition was 500 copies). The de-luxe numbers contain original signed graphics (as detailed below, all measuring approx. 20x15 cm or smaller). A ltogether there are 26 added originals, all signed by the artists and numbered 37/50. The set is composed as follows: Numbers 1 and 2 (regular editions) Number 3 (although not a numbered de-luxe edition contains on inside cover 3 an original signed pencil-drawing by Klaus Rinke). Number 4 (de-luxe 37/50) with 3 signed originals: Halina Jaworski (Polaroid), Mario Reis (Radierung in Pergamintüte), Yoshio Shirakawa (Stempel und Text in Wachskreide auf Abrissblatt); (Frontcover has a few spots in the right upper part). Number 5 (de-luxe 37/50) with 5 signed originals: Franco Campana (Radierung), Otto Piene (mit Filzstift ummalter Offsetdruck, 59/80), Klaus Ritterbusch (Kolorierter Offsetdruck), Keiji Uematsu (Blesitiftzeichnung und Offset), Van den Valentyn (Text), Number 6 (de luxe 37/50) with 3 signed originals: W. E. Herbst (Linolschnitt), Barbara Petri (Kolorierter Offsetdruck), Johannes Lenhart (Materialcollage), Number 7 (de luxe 37/50) with 2 originals: Christoph Ingenhoven(Siebdruck), Tomas Schmitt (Künstlerbuch); Number 8 (de luxe 37/50) with 6 originals: Heinz Scharbert (Radierung), Tatsuo Tsuda (Übermalte Materialcollage), Bernard Bazile (Foto), Wolfgang Döring (mit Wachskreide kolorierter Offsetdruck auf transparentem Pergamin), Hildegard Schöneck (Zeichnung, Buntstift), Erwin Heerich (Offsetdruck); Number 9 (de luxe 37/50) with 6 originals: Rüdiger Kramer (Radierung), Helmut Sundhaußen (Siebdruck), Hella Lütgen (kolorierter Offsetdruck), Johannes Erdmann (Radierung), Paul Wienand (Aquarell), Wolfgang Stickel (kolorierter Offsetdruck). Number 10 (regular edition). With contributions by Joseph Beuys, Theo Lambertin, Günther Uecker, Fritz Schwegler, Erika Kiffl.

EUR 2,500.00

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Edited by Hans Georg Ruckes, editorial board Fr.Becker, W.Döring, Harald K.Hülsmanb. Helga Meister,Stephan v.Wiese, With contributions by Joseph Beuys, Theo Lambertin, Günther Uecker, Fritz Schwegler, Erika Kiffl., Dubbick, Hülsmann, Piene, Uematsu, Petri, Ingenhofen, Döring, Kratzer, Lambertin, Winkler, Thiede, Klaus Rinke, Nishikawa, Overdiek, Peetzinka, Pesch and others. Number 4 is special: Kunstpomade. Haar-Scharf (Kunst im Salon).

[#19982]

PROP

Artists Magazine/ The Basic Magazine of Marginal Desires.

Together 10 issues: Nos. 1, 1/12, 2 - 8 and 12. Joachim Frank, Workspace Loft, Albany, NY, USA. 1979 – 1984. Added: TEN (10) PROP-magazine-Newsletter and WORLSPACE LOFT (=editor of PROP)-Newletters each is a folded sheet w. infos and some with illustrations. Issues 1977 - 1980,,plus two orig. postmarked envelopes and a signed letter by Joachim Frank. Note: rare ensemble, Prop seems to have been published till no. 16.

EUR 2,000.00

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An Artists' Magazine published Joachim Frank (recent Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry), and his Workspace Loft Albany, NY. -No 1: March 1979. Options of the Past, What is Art (Quotes from M.Duchamp, Beuys,Weiner, etc.) by Chris Waters; Joachim Frank; Aaron Flores; Max Semois;Lauren Jess; Greg Hymes, etc - No. 1 1/2: Superman vs. Tomorrow. 1979. Edited and designed by Joachim Frank. b+w ill. of collages, texts, statements. On the situation of using nuclear energy in Germany. 15 pp. - No. 2: Your Problem is Our Business. 1979. Ed. by G.C. Haymes and Theo Dorian. Collages and Texts. : Ed Atkeson. Myla Pesnichak. Lon Spiegelman. Viola B. Adams. Jill Shore. Ed Varney. Bowtie Blotto. Jo Denali. Hosea Frank. Art C. Phatze. Joachim Frank. Roxy Victoria. Rober Durlak. Delux, Philemon. Mikel Harwood. Barbara Aubin. Toute la Gang. Fred Kweicien. Aaron Flores. R. Dick Trace-It. Bart Plantenga. Roxanne Storms. Michael Stiles. LeClair. Jim Woodward. 24 pp. - No. 3 - Arts Magazine – December 1979. List of contents. Joachim Frank. Jan Galligan. Peter Below. Allen Morris. Jean Pierre Bretaudiere. Daniel Sperber. Steven Durland. Adriane Verschoor. Robert Durlak. Falves Silva. Jorge Caraballo. Ray Johnson's NOTHING. David Bourdon. Collages and Texts. 28 pp. - No. 4 - Literary Issue May 1980. Edited by Jessica Lawrence. : Ed Atkeson. Joachim Frank. Roland Feldspahr. Dorothy L. Rose. Lon Spiegelman. Adriane Verschoor. Michael Kase. Guy R. Beining. John M. Benning. Luna Bisonte Prods. Meg Smith. T. J. Kallsen. A. J. Wright. Cynde Gregory. Ralph Fusco. Stu Horn. Sue Medyn. D. Sullivan. Tom Holecek. Dennis Sullivan. Nancy Sue Pistorius. Joan Colby. Collages and Texts. 28 pp. - No. 5 - Vision and Supervision Fall 1980. (cover partly printed in red) Edited by Ed Atkeson and Joachim Frank. Ernst Volland. Vittore Baroni. Alagmir Hashmi. Adriane Verschoor. Werner Lorenzen. Peter Zingsheim. Reindeerwerk Associates. Tom Eiling Lomholt Formular Press. Sandie Shaw. Opal Louis Nation. DKeson. Stu Hn. Edgar-Antonio Vigo. Sam McPheeters. SPUDZ (Kees Francke). . 28 pp. -No. 6 - off and running - April 1981. (cover partly handcolored) Edited by Joachim Frank and Carol Tansey. : Ed Atkeson. Hosea Frank. Werner Lorenzen. V.E. Emmett. Adriana Verschoor. Jacques Carrie. Peter West. W. Goldfarb. Guy R. Beining.David Vadja. A.G. Bell. Bart Platenga. Dr. Ackerman. Richard C. Jeff Branin. Marin van Heel. Opal Louis Nations. R. Prost. Alexander Z. Kristian Berg. Roland Feldspahr. Howard Winn. Martin VI. G Barchenger. Susan Medyn. Seni P. Musus. Musicmaster. 28 pp. Includes the poem "ALPHA WAVES" by Jo Frank (fundamental discoveries with implications for our understanding of neurotransmission by glutamate) - No. 7 -– December 1981. BREAKFAST IN TORONTO! December 1981. Edited by Joachim Frank. : Carol Tansey. Ed Atkeson. Ulysses Carrion. Alan Catlin. Piotr Rypson. Cracker Jack Kid. Adriana Verschoor. David Vadja. Monica Rex. V.J. Emmett, Jr. Vittore Baroni. Opal Louis Nations. Harry Yokohoma. Paul Rutkovshy. Jeanne Finley. Marin van Heel. Spencer Livingston. Stu Horn. Richard Kelly. Warriors of Mars. Peter Below. Werner Lorenzen. Jacques Carrie. Bart Plantenga. R. Feldspahr. Musicmaster. Lucas Conde. Ruggero Maggi. Willy Buchholz. Peter West. Carlo Pittore. Lydia Tomkiw. Michael Scott. Hosea Frank. Lyn Lifshin. Daniele Ciullini. Hanna Bremer. Stevdio LeClair. Steven Durland. Collages and Texts. 28 pp. - No. 8 – December 1982. HELLO HALEY!!! December 1982. Edited by Joachim Frank. Louise Krasniewicz and Joachim Frank. : Lou Macellaro. Hosea Frank. Rene Aeberhard. Peter West. Thom Metzger. Jim Torrey. Adriana Verschoor. PiotrRypson. Michael Radermacher. David Vadja. Frank Ananicz. Janice Eidus. Loris Essary. John M. Bennett. Stephen Fisher. Bob Snyder. Guy R. Beining. John Crowford. Jefferey Marks. Collages and Texts. 28 pp. - No. 12: Edited together with Louise Krasniewicz. "More than 100 Post Historicai Documents"were sent tio Pro; they will be exhibited thisSummer in theAlbany area; Prop no. 12 is a catalogue of this show." Reference for PROP: Perneczky.- The Magazine Network – page 66 + 250 (Writing and visual gutsy, bizarre, political; Anti Isolation)

[#17083]

PSICOFONIE TRACKSOUND

Psicofonie Tracksound 7 (Trax 0185 C45). Italy: Vittore Baroni, 1985. Cassette Tape, pamphlet with handmade art, as well as a small bag full of ripped up letters/papers. All are still in still original sealed plastic wrap. Also a program for 'Festival Mimi 88'. Includes original mailing envelope sent from Italy to Seattle, post dated 1988 with a declaration card signed by Vittore Baroni. Condition for all items is fine. Limited Edition of 200 copies.

EUR 300.00

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A production by Vittore Baroni, Tracklist: A1 Pro Logos 3:00 A2 Idioletto Bon Bon 3:00 A3 Cipher 3:00 A4 Stimmatestimmung 3:00 A5 Mnemosine In Aradia 3:00 A6 (Living With) Prosthesis 3:00 A7 S.P.L.A.T. 3:00 B1 Konstantin Raudive 3:00 B2 Sangue Misto 3:00 B3 Glossomaniac 3:00 B4 Bhopal Blues 3:00 B5 Worldly Rap 3:00 B6 Epi Graph 3:00 Pamphlet and cassette tape.

[#20157]

PTL [pe tje ly]

Tijdschrift voor letteren en schoone kunsten.

PTL. Tijdschrift voor Letteren en Schoone kunsten. First series nos. 1-5 and 7-9; Second series nos. 1-6. Ed. L.D. Vancrevel and H. de Vries. Arnhem, M. Israel, 1963-1968, 14 parts in 12 vols., (tipped-in) plates/ ills. by i.a. V.C. ADER-LAUDY, J.H. MOESMAN, L.D. VANCREVEL (=Dirk Willem van Krevelen) and Herman. DE VRIES, printed in an unspecified small (150?) number of copies, orig. (not uniform, handmade) wrappers, various sizes, together in two privately made board boxes.

EUR 9,000.00

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=Extremely rare Dutch Artist Periodical, tied to surrealim, containing (stencilled) contributions by J. Cremer, H. Mulisch, J.C. van Schagen, S. Vinkenoog, F. de Vree, H. de Vries and many others. -No. 1: PTL (zomernummer 1963 [= Summer 1963]) M.J. Israël : Arnhem 1963 stencilled sheets stapled into original wrapper. (21 × 15 cm) edition unknown, Contents: Peter Iden (Frankfurt), Over de werkelijkheid Gerhard Hederik (Oegstgeest), Twee gedichten Dick Verzijden (BUssum), Merkwaardige gevolgen van een dwaze handeling Freddy De Vree (Antwerpen), Karin (Gedichten) Raymond Soriano (Parijs), Synfilmie Gerbrand Muller (Leiden), Drie gedichten Hans Mils (Naarden), Regels voor het nieuwe dichten J.J. Tablada (Mexico), Watermeloen (Vert.) Alex van Caspel (Leiden), Gedicht Bekiers, A. (---), De plicht van den detective Herman de Vries (Arnhem), Regen (Gedicht) Stanley Brouwn (Amsterdam), Berekening Jacob Cats (Zorghvliet), De hoere klaagt Laurens D. Vancrevel (Arnhem), De Koorden Sally Stern (U.S.A.), Gedicht (vert.) Laurens D. Vancrecel, Er gaat iets leven in Suriname - No. 2: (herfstnummer 1963 [= Autumn 1963]) stencilled sheets stapled into original wrapper p. (21 × 15 cm) edition unknown. Contents: j. jan cremer, voorwoord (cit. 1857) j.c. van schagen (domburg), aftelversjes freddy de vree (antwerpen), karin --, gemengde berichten hans mils (naarden), regels 5 en 6 voor het nieuwe dichten (omissie) herman de vries (arnhem), 2 gedichten manuel othón (vertaling), idilio salvaje ben jansen (amsterdam), kunst en vrijheid dietrich sauerbier (düsseldorf), material (met vertaling) laurens vancrevel (arnhem), libra mestrovic (vertaling), linguaggio peter berger (den haag), 2 gedichten léon felipe (vertaling), de film en de dichter rudi fuchs (leiden), de dood van norma jane --, advertentiepagina illustrations: herfstbrouwn, stanley brown (amsterdam), h. de vries (arnhem) - No. 3/4: n° 3 (winternummer 1964) - n° 4 (lentenummer 1964) editors n° 3: Laurens D. Vancrevel and Victor C. Adèr Laudy; editors n° 4: herman de vries and Laurens D. Vancrevel. M.J. Israël : Arnhem 1964 stencilled sheets stapled into original wrapper pp. 81-136 and pp. 137-150 (29.7 × 21 cm) edition 150 (but also numbers known beyond 150) -Contents n° 3 Her de Vries (Amsterdam), Surrelistisch Bestek , [NB Her de Vries is not the same as herman de vries!!], Surrealisme twintig maal nageslagen, Ma Langue sale et franche, Antwoorden van Simon Vinkenoog/S. Vestdijk/J.C. van Schagen/Chr. J. van Geel/Harry Mulisch/E.A. van Caspel/Peter Berger op een enquete; H.C. Doets (Amsterdam), Paradoksen; Axel van Caspel (Leiden), Some Loose Ends of Literature; L.D. Vancrevel (Arnhem), De Dood is een Masker; Hans Mils (Naarden), twee Gedichten voor Wanja; Dirk Claus (Antwerpen), Gedicht; Axel van Caspel (leiden), Twee Gedichten; "Kruiden van Tarahumara" van Alfonso Reyes in vertaling; Ben Jansen/L.D. Vancrevel/Her de Vries, Brieven over Film; Pélerinage du Monument Michaux; V.C. Adèr Laudy (Maastricht), Vers geurende Lijken; L.D. Vancrevel (Arnhem), Les Jeux Bouchés de Jérôme Bosch; --, "Si syn met atramente ghescreven, dat is mnet loste vleeschs ende bloets, ende met verkeerder ertscher neyghingen" - Jan van Ruusbroec; -Contents n° 4 Anais Nin (Los Angeles), Een kind geboren uit de mist (vert.); Freddy De Vree (Antwerpen), Max Kazan;(Balen-Neet), Gedichten; Walter Aue (Leichlingen), Tajiri ; Fernando De Nadal (Den Haag), La Soledad; Gerbrand Muller (Leiden), Straat; J.C. van Schagen (Domburg), Aftelvers ; "Register Elementar" van Kurt Schwitters vertaald; Dietrich Sauerbier (Düsseldorf), Havarie; Gerard Heederik (Oegstgeest), Enquête; Saint-Amant (1594-1661), De Leegloper, vert. ; - illustrations n° 3-4 Victor C. Adèr-Laudy, Belles Lettres; J.H. Moesman (Utrecht), tekening; L.D. Vancrevel, Kriptografie; Jan Schlechter (Otuumwa IO), tekening ([?]) Mirjam/Mark/Merik [de Vries], tekening; Herman de Vries (Arnhem), collage; Ben Jansen (Amsterdam), Twee Vreemden; "Or esbaudissez vous, mes amours [...] " - Françoys Rabelais (1535) - -No. 5: (zomernummer 1964 [= Summer 1964]) editors: Laurens D. Vancrevel and Herman de Vries M.J. Israël : Arnhem 1964 p. (29.7 × 21 cm) edition 150 copies -Contents: Sjeik Nefzawi / Diverse benamingen ; De Hollandse Gîtâ door de Werker van het Licht; Leven en Dood van de Vuurduivel, van Antonin Artaud, vertaling; Victor C. Adèr-Laudy / Kama Sutra, een Ars Lucrandi ; Peter Berger / Uit de Pilderwochiaanse Brieven van Meester Iwan; Peter Berger / Gedichten van Pilderwoch; Popol Vuh - De Geschiedenis van [..] meisje; Jan Schlechter / Tekening; J.C. van Schagen / Twee aftelliedjes; Herman de Vries / Notities; Adri Laan / Het denken is een wonde; Gerard Heederik / Vijf teksten; L.D. Vancrevel / Tweern; Fernando de Nadal / Zonder datum; Peter Berger / Gedichten uit 58; Freddy De Vree / uit: Jolie Morte; Sikke Jan [= Jaap] Laverman / Monotype; Dietrich Sauerbier / Observatorium; Hans Mils / Kan een meisje …; André van Heler / Twee Blazoenen van het vrouwelijk lichaam; Rien Maat / Kraaien ; Dick Verzijden / Een verhaal over oude mensen die voorbij gaan; Gerbrand Muller / Fragmenten; Sjeik Nefzawi / De koele dochter van de koning; L.D. Vancrevel / Notities uit de Aanhef; D.A.F. de Sade / Brieven aan de Markiezin. Second series: No. 1, 2/3, 4, 5, 6. Amsterdam, Edited by «Het surrealistisch kabinet», 1967-1968. 6 issues in 5, original wrappers, in box. -N° 1: Schlechter DUVALL . De magie van het Ronde. La Magie du Rond. 28 pp, 2 illustrations. Amsterdam, 1967. -N° 2/3: Isidore DUCASSE Poésies. 2 volumes. Translated by Larens Vancrevel. Illustrated by K. Tonny. Amsterdam, 1968. -N° 4: Gerbrand MULLER . Essay over Jean Stafford. Met een rekening van Schlecher Duvall. Amsterdam, 1968. -N° 5: Ted JOANS The truth. A poem. Amsterdam, 1968. -N° 6: Gerbrand MULLER . Cadiz Madrid. Amsterdam, 1968.

[#17125]

PYLE.

Only published issue. Detroit, MI, n.d. 9,5x11cm., stapled, unpaginated. Xeroxed

EUR 100.00

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Published by Brian Muldoon/ K.,Pat.

[#12277]

QUAD

No. 1-6 (all publ.). Maarssen, The Netherlands, 1980-1982. 4to. Original wrappers. Illustrated.

EUR 400.00

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Editor: Frits Bless. "The aim of this small bulletin is to stimulate constructive and systematic art, architecture, design, music, typography, literature, photography, etc.". Quad 5 pays attention to the '60'80 exhibition in the Amsterdam Stedelijk Museum. Quad 6 is devoted entirely to the Documenta 7 in Kassel, Germany. Features on, Josef Beuys, Saskia Bos, Daniel Buren, Anselm Kiefer, Richard Long, Gijs Bakker, Yvonne Kracht, Shutaro Mukai, J.B.Bakema, Carel Visser, Henryk Stazewski, Wim Crouwel, Henk Peeters (Was NUL nil ?), François Morellet, etc. Rare.

[#18835]

QUADERNI DI 'TECHNE'

TEATRO: Vol. 1 & 2 : Quaderno No. 5 and Quaderno No. 14. Stapled between orig. Wrappers; 31,5x21,5. Firenze, Techne 1970. 2 volumes. Loose mimeographed and printed sheets, text and illustrations. Some chipping and nicks around top and bottom of cover.

EUR 1,600.00

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Edited by E. Miccini. Published alongside the assembling periodical TECHNE from the Centro Techne (founded in 1969). Contributions on Artist Theatre, by Patrizia Bonifazi, Achille Bonito Oliva, Jean François Bory, Giusi Coppini, Ketty La Rocca, Lucia Marcucci, Eugenio Miccini, Luciano Ori, Michele Perfetti, Lamberto Pignotti, Sarenco, Gianni Toti, Franco Vaccari, Ben Vautier,.Chiari - L.Ori , S.Bussotti , M.Perfetti ,L.Marcucci ,U.Carrega , V.Accame.

[#16549]

QUADERNO

Nos. 1-3 (All published). Napoli, Quaderno, gennaio/feb. - maggio/luglio 1962. Original wrappers, stapled and side stapled, 22x 25 cm, last issue slightly larger.

EUR 3,000.00

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Seminal Italian concrete poetry periodical, utmost scarce. Directed by Mario Diacono, Stelio Maria Martini. Issues of 28-32 pages,printed and stencilled. Inspired on Ana Eccetera (which started in 1959), comparabel in scope to Tool, and succeeded by the Roman periodical Ex. Texts and images (only in the third number) by Guido Basi, SergioDangelo, Mario Diacono, Stelio Maria Martini, Mario Persico, Emilio Villa. (Maffei/Peterlini. Riviste d’arte d’avanguardia. Milano, Bonnard, 2005. pag.132)

[#10171]

QUARTIERE

Quaderno trimestrale di poesia.

Nos. 1-33 (all publ.). Firenze, June 1958 - March 1968. Bound together in 3 vols., cloth., original wrappers preserved. With Index to nos. 1/10. Nos. 11-24 publ. as 'Nuova Serie'

EUR 500.00

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'.. Quartiere l'unica rivista di poesia liberamente impegnata nelle ricerche d'avanguardia..'. Periodical devoted to contemporary and modern poetry. Edited by Gino Gerola, L. Pignotti, Sergio Salvi, Giuseppe Zagarrio, Gianni Toti, I. Cremaschi. Poetry, prose, criticism, art. Contributions by Betocchi, L. Pignotti, Luigi Paranese, Paolini Pautasso, C. Cossu, Assunto Bertini, Gilda Musa, Mario Luzi, Carla Martini, Fr. Coppa, Gianni Toti, a.o. Last issues with illustrations of work by Jäger, Baryle, Cosimo La Rose, Melani.

[#17015]

QUEBRA-NOZ.

Publicaçao não périodica.

Unnumbered issue (only published ?). Dezembro de 1978. Porto, oficinas gráficas da FEUP. 29x20,5 cm., 54 pages, offset, pictorial stiff wrappers, with illustration in b/w. Light soilage to the cover, internally fine. (Library stamp on inside cover, and stamp JN).

EUR 200.00

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Grapic design by and ills. by João Gesta, Luís Duarte. Photography by J. Seeley, texts by Antonio Torres, CarlosTê, José António Gomes, José Carlos Soares, José M. S. Martins.

[#19371]

QUOZ ?

Six issues comprising nos. 7-12. Trinity Press, San Francisco, CA. 1973-1974. Black offset on color paper. Wrappers. Staple bound. 10 x 14 cm

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Carlo Giovaani Cicatelli (Arthur Craven). Contributions by: M. Cazazza, O. Nations, A. Banana, Daddaland, D. L. Coovert, D. Gaglione, G. P-Orridge, et al. Very good condition. Vol. 2 no. 7, September 74. LIFE: WE’RE NOT QUITTERS! 39 pages Vol. 2 no. 8, December 1974. FLUSH ART: PEARL HARBOR DAY ISSUE 39 pages Vol. 3 no. 9, March 1975. ALL POETRY ISSUE. 39 pages Vol. 3 no. 10, Summer 1975. POETRY. 48 pages Vol. 3 no. 11, Autumn 1975. 40 pages Vol. 3 no. 12, Winter 1975–76. CAPTAIN AMERICA. 40 pages

[#19126]

RADICAL SOFTWARE

Nos. 1 - 4. New York Spring 1970 - Summer 1971. (each 6-8 double sheets of 57x36 cm for the first 3 numbers , no 4 39,5x28 cm. , 3 + 24 + 16 pages , in original cover by Ant Farm. Library stamp (ex New Mexico Univ) on nos 3 and 4 , else in excellent condition,with only very moderate wear on the edges. - together with: No 5. New York, Gordon & Breach. 1972. 120 pages, 30x22,5 cm., orig.pictt.wrappers, paperback , light to moderate wear to corners and edges(on cover: and The Realistic Hope Foundation. -together with: -Volume 2, number 1. New York: Gordon & Breach, Science Publishers, Inc., 1972. Quarto, 72 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers by Ira Schneider. Discreet trace of tape on top front wrapper + former library stamp on title page, otherwise fine. -Vol. 2 no 2. New York, Spring 1973, (30x23 cm). 64 pages; stapled. Orig.covers (somewhat yellowed). -Vol. 2 no 4. Published by Gordon and Breach, New York, 1973 Solid State. (contribs: Vic Gioscia, Milton Berger, Bob Sandidge, Michael Shamberg et al.) (this issue with light wear). - Vol. 2 no 5. Published by Gordon and Breach.1973. Video an Envrironment. . (Juan Downey, Frank Gilette, Beryl Korot, Ira Schneider). (Vol.2 no 6 was the last published, but not present in this set). ).

EUR 4,200.00

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Together 9 consecutive issues (from 11 published in total). The very rare original edition of this early video art publication, edited by Beryl Korot, Phyllis Gershuny, Michael Shamberg. No.3: "Grassroots Television", titlepage illustrated by Andy Poynor, No. 4 edited by Beryl Korot with Megan Williams: "Raindance", cover illustrated by Ant Farm. All 4 numbers with contributions of Ira Schneider. With No. 5 of vol. 1 the periodical switches to commercial distribution by Gordon & Breach (1972) Editors: Dudley Evenson, Michael Shamberg, assoc.editor Beryl Korot Vol. 2 no 1:Changing Channels.. Vol.2 no 2: The TV Environment by Beryl Korot & Ira Schneider "A celebration of 1950s and 60s broadcast Television. Chronicles the careers of Dennis James and Bill 'Gray. This issue, from the minimal front cover to the off-screen image of Tex Antoine on the back cover has an informational conceptual art look". On the editor: " Beryl Korot is an internationally exhibited artist first known for her early pioneer work in video art, and for multiple channel work in particular. She was co-founder and co-editor of Radical Software (1970), the first publication to document artists' work and ideas concerning video….." Publication continued till vol. 2 no 6. See: Gwen Allen, p.289

[#19542]

RAHITI MAGAZINE

Numbers 1, 1977 and 2, 1978, (16 pp.each, in orig.pictorial wrappers;, together with "WOUDSTRA'S WEEKLY " Number 3 (8 pages and Numbers 4-5 (17 Mei 1984),32 pages. (Published by Frits Woudstra, Enschede). Together with a beige original mailing envelope (edges a bit worn) for Rahiti. Rare copies of an obscure artist magazine, with several small publicity pieces added.

EUR 250.00

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Published by Frits M.Woudstra, artist and musician(b. Enschede 1956). Rahiti Magazine includes "Le Gazette No. 5". It is connected to Piet Schreuders "Furore". Contributions by Fedde Spoel and Sipke Huismans

[#12196]

RAMP

Nos. 1-11/12. The Hague, Stichting Ramp, (1977)-(1981). Original pictorial wrappers; mimeographed. Illustrated. 4to.

EUR 200.00

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Together 10 physical issues of this private press publication, with some serigraphed covers. Ed. by a.o.: Vincent Laarhoven, Esther Peze, Louis Smit. Design: Frans Duin & Hendrik van Leeuwen. Thematic issues: Kinderliteratuur, Scheermesjesnr., Nonsens ABC, Ierse letteren van toen en nu.

[#10248]

RANDSTAD

Driemaandelijks.

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.). Amsterdam, 1961-1969. Original wrappers. Clean and well preserved set.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Hugo Claus, Ivo Michiels, H. Mulisch, S. Vinkenoog. Contribs by W.F. Hermans, L.P. Boon, W.L. Brugmans, Jan Hanlo, C. Nooteboom, etc. A complete set of the foremost periodical (in paperback-size) for Dutch literature in the sixties, with a special issue (no 11/12) on Fluxus, pop-art, Neo-Dadaism, living paintings, etc. Stanley Brouwn, pp. 166 - 172, several photos of him, and Original Contribution " (Brouwntoy). Others: Ben Vautier, Debord, PAIK, Filliou, Williams, Koepcke, Spoerri, Maciunas, Higgins, La Monte Young, Kaprow, Oldenburg, Warhol, Schneemann, Cage, Gutai Group, Guy Debord, Lebel, Mac Low, Rauschenberg, Spoerri etc.

[#18428]

REAKTION

Volumes 1-7 (all publ.).Verlaggalerie Leaman, Düsseldorf, 1975-1983. Original pictorial vinyl ringbinders, containing only original artworks by avant-garde artists of the Gallery, and also many Fluxus related artists. All are looseleaves arranged between dividers with the names of the artists. A few SIGNED in pen or pencil, see below. Contains works on paper, card, photographs or other materials (e.g. broken mirrors pieces, plastic objects, dried leaves, collages,photocopies etc, 32x26 cm. Some of the plastic binders a bit soiled by offsetting xerox-toner, internally very good and clean (except for incidental very light foxing due to paper quality). - At the end of volume 1, pasted onto the inside back cover, is a white sheet of paper (25,5x8,5 cm), with SIGNATURES in pen or pencil, of Uecker, Rainer Ruthenbeck, Megert, Mölzer, Thomkins, Michael Gibbs, Ulises Carrion, with a stamp 19/100. - Volume 3 in a special edition with an extra frontispiece photograph by alex kayser - zak & kingbee, SIGNED IN FELT by each participating artist (Schleber, Schwegler, Gudmunsson, Kayser, Heerich, Spoerri, Nannucci, Hagenberg). The set from an edition of 500 copies,later 1000.

EUR 13,000.00

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The complete set of these assemblages of visual poetry, objects, photographs, collages, mixed-media. Some SIGNED IN PEN OR PENCIL BY THE ARTISTS ( see below) -Vol. 1. (1975). Photographically illustrated inside cover with names of the artists: 44 leaves (unnumbered) of artworks by: Michael Gibbs, Leo Erb, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Christian Megert , Ulyses Carrion, Milan Mölzer, Günther Uecker. His contribution consists of 3 sheets of burlap and photofoil, SIGNED in pencil. Added an envelope with some small trimmed sheets of paper,11x22 cm, unopened, but artist not identified. On the inside back cover a white sheet of paper with the SIGNATURES of Uecker, Rainer Ruthenbeck, Megert, Mölzer, Thomkins, Michael Gibbs, Ulises Carrion -Vol. 2 (1976). Edited by Milan Mölzer. Title page by Arnulf Rainer. 46 sheets of varying sizes and materials, plus a plastic bag containing a dried wax-like substance. Contributors Francisco Pino, Adolf Luther, Norbert Kricke, George Brecht, Hubertus Gojowczyk, Alan Czarnowski, Stephan Kukowski, Vera Röhm, Rolf Bendgens, Geza Perneczky, Arnulf Rainer. -Vol. 3 (1977). Edited by Milan Mölzer. Titlepage by Alex Kayser. 54 unnumbered sheets with contributions by Alexander Schleber, Fritz Schwegler, S. Gudmundsson, Alex Kayser, Erwin Heerich, Daniel Spoerri, Maurizio Nannucci, Helfried Hagenberg. -Vol. 4 (1978). Edited by Milan Mölzer and Stephan Missmahl. Titlepage byAlex Kayser, 64 unnumbered sheets with contributions by Reinhard Omir, Ulrich Erben, Axel Heibel, Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Paul van Dijk, Francois Morellet, Hermann De Vries, Claudio Parmiggiani. An unidentified unsigned drawing on the colophon-page. -Vol. 5 (1980).Edited by Milan Mölzer. Title page byiFranklin Berger, 64 unnumbered sheets with contributions by Christian Boltanski, Emmett Williams, Jan Voss, Robert Filliou, John Armleder, Takako Saito, Jaqueline Monnier, Irma Blank, Hreinn Fridfinsson, Zofia Kulik & Przemys Kwiek. -Vol. 6 (1981). Edited by Milan Mölzer. Title page by Vera Rohem & Dieter Rohs, 59 unnumbered sheets with contributions byi Nam June Paik (SIGNED IN PEN BY THE ARTIST), Alison Knowles, Trevor Winkfield, Bob Cobbing, Luciano Ori, Michael Druks, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Bill Griffiths, Gerhard Rühm (one sheet with ADDED TEXT ("inzwischen verbessert") and SIGNATURE by the artist. -Vol. 7 (1983). Edited by Milan Mölzer. Title page by Gary Hincks, 56 unnumbered sheets with contributions by John Furnival, Sausan Hiller, Dick Higgins, Setve Wheatley, Rüri, Gilbert & George, Jean-Luc Vilmouth, Jeff Nuttal, Agnes Denes, Arrigo Lora Totino. (See: Gwen Allen - Artists' Magazines. An alternative space for art, p . 290].

[#10210]

REAL LIFE MAGAZINE

Nos. 1-3. New York, March 1979-March 1980. 4to; original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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The first 3 issues in the original edition. Ed. by Thomas Lawson; contribs.: Dee Axelrod, Susan Morgan, Graham Shane, Valenton Tatransky, Dara Birnbaum, Kim Gordon, Steve Gianakos, a.o.

[#16970]

REDTAPE

Number 1. New York, 1982. 4to. Saddle-stitched illustrated card wraps, light foxing to extremities . Scarce.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Michael Carter & Steve Greber. Debut issue of one of the most essential magazines to come out of the Downtown Writing scene, the 'the manual to the darker side of the era." (Stosuy p. 458). This issue features contributions from Stacy Erra, Sebastian Lockwood, Bob Cook, Orion Isaac Feig, Jim Tobin, R. Brookins Cook, Lauren Weber, and A. Akeela.

[#20231]

REINDEER WERK

Reindeer Werk, 3 items - The second construction of the Arbliquelia, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf: Beuys studio + eingangshalle feb. 3-6 1981, Reindeer Werk, Amsterdam 1981, 35 x 23 cm, 1 pp. with b/w illustrations, ed 500 copies - Konig Hund, Reindeer Werk, poster for exhibition Westkunst. Der Arbliquelia Projekt, Galerie Moltkerei Cologne june 1981, 61 x 38 cm, silkscreen gold ink on red paper, mint ! - Press release Middelburgse Reindeer Werk Manifestation 1976, Kunstinformatiecentrum Peter van Beveren Middelburg, 2 pages A4

EUR 600.00

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[#19760]

REINDEER WERK.

Soft Eggs Dread.

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

EUR 600.00

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[#10349]

REVIUW PARADE-INTERRATIONALE

Trimestriel.

Fascicules 1-10 (probably all publ.). Paris, Viuw, mars 1983- juin 1985. 10 issues, (29,5x21 cm), each in illustrated original wrappers, contained in the original pictorial folder (on the spine designated as Volume 1).

EUR 1,000.00

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Editor: Al Pav. Artist journal with visual poetry, concrete-art and 'element terae' interests for developing imaginary facts by non-official artists. Issues of 28-32 pages incl. covers, printed on white glossy paper, numerous illustrations, drawings and photographs. With contr. by: Julien Blaine, Alain Snyers, Jean-François Bory, Jean-Luc André, Claude Pelieu, Jean-Luc Parant, Claude Maillard, Robert Filliou, Jacques Massa, Ben (no.10). (Each number has a theme: Le plus ancien outil; L'Homo Erectus; Homo erectus ou habilis?; Chasse à l'éléphant sur une grande échelle; Premiers abris branchages; Europe:Le Néanderthal; Rites et funéraires sur vie; Ours; A peine croyable; Une des trois pas sage:Bering-New World.

[#17491]

ROOF

Numbers 1-10 (all publ). NY: Segue Press (1976-1979). 4to, all in printed wrappers (with a hint of sunning to spines).

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Tom Savage and James Sherry. Partially themed periodical (first volume contains Naropa Institute's Kerouac School, 1976). It was a forum for "language writing" and published Bernstein, Myles, Hannah Weiner, Silliman, McCaffrey, Warsh, Hejinian, Armantrout, Inman, Higgins, Ginsberg, Burroughs, Waldman, McClure, Creeley, Rothenberg, Fagin, etc. (Secret Location p. 250-251) .

[#20235]

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 (except 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.

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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.

[#17993]

RUIMTEN (Räume, Spaces, Espaces)

Letterkundig inter-universitair tijdschrift (subtitle changes into: Letterkundig / Literair plastisch tijdschrift, and later: Tijdschrift voor aktuele literatuur en beeldende kunsten).

Nos. 1-31 (all publ.). Hoboken-Antwerpen, 1962-1969. Original illustrated wrappers; 4to. till no 5, later issues 8vo. Very good condition. No. 7/8 includes the folding screenprinted mini-poster for Paris Biennale 63,Groupe des Alluchromistes Belges. Added: Offprint of "Omtrent Mara", by M. de Maeyer (from no. 9/10).

EUR 3,000.00

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Belgian periodical, close to concrete art and conceptual poetry movements (Literaire Kring Ruimten, Gent). Editors: Luc Wenseleers, Ludo Abicht, Frans Boenders, Herman de Coninck, Jo Stevens, C, Willy Desaeyere, Freddy Sörensen, Roeland van Suetens. Prose and poetry by o.a.: Jan de Roek, Jo Stevens, Rosette Keirsmaeckers, Herman de Coninck, Wenseleers, Ludo Abicht, Jef Geeraerts, Bernlef, Paul de Vree, Henri Chopin, Ivo Michiels, Simon Vinkenoog, Remco Campert. Theun de Vries, Micronite Mary & Luc Wenseleers on Pop-Art, Pablo Neruda (transl), Cuban poets, etc. Covers by Antoine Dries, Pol Mara, Octave Landuyt, Illustrations by Joostens, Filip Tas, Antoine Dries (Photography), Pol Mara, Octave Landuyt, Martial Raysse, Roger Wittevrongel, Octave Landuyt; Filip Tas, Antoine Dries (Photography Added: a few letters on stationary of the journal (in an added offprint of no. 17) and handwritten dedication by Luc Wenseleers on 3 of the issues.

[#15780]

RUNNING DOG PRESS MAGAZINE

No. 1 ("Running Dog One and Done"), all published. Chicago, Running Dog Press, 1976. Ca. 140 pages loose in original illustrated wrappers, kept in the original manila envelope (opening side damaged, otherwise in good condition).

EUR 350.00

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Artist periodical, completely executed in xerox, edited by Mike (Michael) Crane. "The attempt of this publication is to present the documents of the experiments and explorations artists are undertaking today on an international level…"; with the list of names and addresses of the participating artists, amongst which Ken Friedman, Klaus Groh, Carl Johnson, Y Matsuzawa, Endre Tot, Allen Ross, Horacio Zabala, etc.

[#16327]

SALON ("Salon")

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

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#20201]

DIE SCHASTROMMEL (later: DIE DROSSEL)

Organ der österreichische Exilregierung.

Numbers 1-17 (of 17 published numbers but lacking no. 4). Bolzano/Berlin, Verlag Interfunktionen (Köln), Edition Morra (Napoli), Verlag Die Drossel (Berlin), verlag hansjörg mayer (Stuttgart/London) n.d. (1969/70) - n.d. (1976). Paperbound, pictorial wrappers, 4to & 8vo.

EUR 10,000.00

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Very good collection of this provocative organ of the Viennese Actionists, published by Günter Brus, Otto Muehl, Hermann Nitsch, Gerhard Rühm, Hermann Schürrer, Oswald Wiener. Contribs. by Arnulf Rainer, G.Baselitz, Dieter Roth, D.Steiger, P.Weibel a.o. Number 5 without the white cloth multiple by Hermann Nitsch. The numbers 8A-C document the Aktionen (Actionism) by Günter Brus during 1964-1970. He called his rather shocking performances "totalaktion (direkte kunst)" (Direct Art) and defines it as "...eine weiterentwicklung des happening, sie vereinigt in sich alle elemente aller kunstgattungen, malerei, musik, literatur film, theater...", in which he explored Freudian themes of erotic violence in ritualistic performances utilizing bodily materials such as blood, semen and meat. Number 11 entitled "Peter Kubelka filmt Arnulf Rainer" is a photo-reportage on Arnulf Rainer with manipulated photos by A. Rainer. All issues in the original pictorial wrappers. The first 5 numbers are printed in a limited edition of 150-350 copies, after no. 6 the edition was enlarged to 500 copies. Nos.1-2 are in 2nd edition.

[#19884]

SCHMUCK

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

Nos. (1)-8 (=last). Beau Geste Press/Libro Accion Libre, Devon, U.K. & Mexico, 1974-1976. All in original pictorial wrappers, unpaginated; 29,5x21 cm. ( No. 1). Schmuck presents Real Schmuck. March 1972. (No. 2). Icelandic artists. July 1972, (No. 3). Hungarian Schmuck. March/April 1973. (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 . Added: H. Yoshida, “1971.7.4:p.m. 2:00-4:00”. Some paperspotting in no 1 due to paper qualiy, otherwise the set in excellent condition.

EUR 9,000.00

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Extremely rare complete set of this artist/Fluxus periodical by Beau Geste Press, edited by David Mayor and Philippe 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. - (No. 1) (March 1972). Ed. D. Mayor und F. Ehrenberg. Illustrated covers, bound w. 2 plastic clips, color reproductions, mimeographed texts, original contributions and inserts u.a. . 29,5 x 20,5 cm. Unpaginated (64pp.). Contributors include Ken Friedman (notes on 'Concept Art'); Anthony McCall; Graham Keen; Hammond Guthrie; Monte Cazazza; Michael Gibbs; Opal L. Nations; Carolee Schneemann (from 'Parts of a Body House Book'); Michael Hollingshead; and Egg Placement Group ('What Is Housework?'). Fluxshoe flyer loosely inserted. Loosely encl. is an object by Michael Schultz (a dead fly in a slide-frame w. a silver foil attached to a cardboardstrip) Made in approx. 100 copies only. Very rare, very fine. (No. 2) The Iceland Issue. 1972. Beau Geste Press, Cullompton, Devon, England Pictoral covers, 30 x 21 cm, approx. 50 pp. stenciled texts, b+w illustr. some original artworks (collage etc.) This issue, concentrating on Fluxus-artists from Iceland K. Gudmundsson, Hrein Fridfinnsson, H. Svavarsdottir, Siggi Gudmundsson, is extremely scarce. Made in 300 copies only. Fine condition. - (No. 3). Hungarian Schmuck. 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:) January 1974. Selection & design by Milan Knizak. 60 unnumbered pages, printed in b/w and red, copyright Aktual CSSR, texts,photos,drawings,ideas by Sona Svecova, Helena Popisilova, Robert Wittmann, J.Patocka,Zdenko Zizkova,Jan Maria Mach, V.Korejz,M.Marik,Milan Knizak. - No. 5: Contributions by Dick Higgins, Michael Gibbs, Felipe Ehrenberg, Robin Crozier, Jiri Valoch, Takako Saito, a.o. With additional booklet: The Intermediary: The first lecture”. - No. 6: Put together by Jean-Clarence Lambert; includes contribs. by Ben Vautier, R. Filliou, C. Dotremont, H. Chopin, M. Lemaitre, J. Le Gac, M. Broodthaers, C. Boltanski, M. Alocco. With additional booklet: Ben Vautier’s "Me Ben I Sign”. - No. 7: Includes contribs. by Dietrich Albrecht, Bulkowski, K. Groh, R. Hannes, M. Kunz, etc. W. Feelisch, L. Gosewitz, D. Iannone, Hans Werner kalkmann, Milan Kunz, W. Vostell a.o. . W. Feelisch, L. Gosewitz, D. Iannone, Hans Werner Kalkmann, Milan KunzW. Vostell a.o.l. Complete with added booklet, held in a pocket on the back-wrapper: K. Groh’s, Art impressions. USA and Canada” - No. 8: Edited by Felipe Ehrenberg, and David Mayor in conjunction with guest editors Taii Ashizawa and Takehisa Kosugi.This number devoted to works by Japanese Fluxus and affiliated artists. Includes tipped-in pieces on tissue, wax and reflective paper, as well as cut-outs. Contributions by Takako Saito (partner of David), Shiomi, Takahashi, and others. Includes additional booklet: H. Yoshida, 1971. 7.4: p.m. 2:00-4:00”

[#10726]

SCHèDE

Fiches d'opérateurs anonymes. Mensuel.

Nos. 7, 11, 12. Uccle-Bruxelles, juin-octobre 1975. 4to; each number contains ab. 14 unsigned photocompositions in plain paper wrapper.

EUR 200.00

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Anonymously edited and on concrete poetry inspired publication. The table of contents of each issue says: "Dans ce numéro les prestations de 15 opérateurs anonymes". Further unidentified.

[#10771]

SECOND AEON

Nos. 15 & 16/17. Cardiff, 1972. Original illustrated wrappers, with very light wear, a few pages loose.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Peter Finch. No. 15:156 pp, with ills. Contribs. incl. Zurbrugg: 'Four years after - the typographical problems of concrete poetry'; Peter Finch: 'Small press scene: a round up of recent small press publications' and texts by J. Gerz, Dom S. Houdéard, P. Mayer, A. Riddel, J.P. Ward. No. 16/17. 245 pp; ills. Incl.: Mottram ('a prosthetics of poetry - the art of Bob Cobbing' incl. reproductions of Cobbing's texts and photographs); texts by Bukowski, Burroughs, William Cox, O. Davis, J. Nutall, Peter Finch (the small press scene), a.o.

[#10774]

SEGNO

Notizario bimestrale di arte contemporanea (musica, spettacoli, nuove espressioni).

Nos. 1-12. Pescara, Nov./dic. 1976-Giugno 1979. Original illustrated wrappers; narrow folio; illustrated.

EUR 800.00

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First 12 issues of this italian journal for contemporary and avant-garde art, music, theatre, architecture, cinema, criticism, directed by Lucia Spadano. Together 11 issues (no. 2/3 is double-issue), richly illustrated; contribs. by Paolo Balmas, Rolando Alfonso, Rino Mele, Maria Torrente, Italo Mussa, Oscar di Paolo, Achille Bonito Oliva, Lucio Spadano a.o.; features on (and cover illustrations depicting work of) Beuys, Kounellis, Mario Merz, Manzoni, Lucrezia de Domizio, Richard Nonas, Maurizio Nannuci, Richard Tuttle, Enzo Cucchi, Daniel Buren, Teatro Gobetti di Torino, Franco Summa, Gilberto Zorio, the Biennales of Venice, Paris, Kassel, etc.

[#19567]

SEMA-CAHIER

SIDAC 1979. No. 3/4, Onderzoek: Bevestigingen -Papier/Potlood lijnen.: 21x15cm., booklet fixed with two metal rivets, title-page, 8 pages with original drawings (pencil), cut outs, collages. Numbered copy 188. Original wrapper, Sema Galerie Haarlem.

EUR 250.00

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Piet Franzen. Onderzoek Projekten (SIDAC). This copy originally mailed to Other Books and So Archive in Amsterdam.

[#16282]

SEMA.

Publicação sazonal de artes e letras.

Nos. 1-4 (all published). Lisbon, Primavera 1979- Maio 1982. Original pictorial wrappers, (ab.80-150 pages each),stapled in the spine, except for no 4, which is thicker, 256 pages. Size: 30x21,5cm. Fully illustrated. (Some dustsoilage to the covers,corners slightly bumped). Rare.

EUR 1,000.00

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Periodical of the Portuguese avant-garde, with surrealist tendency and leaning toward the counterculture. Directed by Joào Miguel Barros, Maria José Freitas. Contributions by Rocha de Sousa (Opening article Áspectos de as Artes Plasticas em Portugal,1974/78), also Michel Tap (architecture), Luis Serpa (graphic design), Ana Haterly, Leonel Moura, E.M.Melo e Castro (on avant-garde art and an article on Avant-Garde periodicals 1940-1980 in Number 2), Ernesto de Sousa, Surrealismo em Portugal, Jacqueline Risset, Ant. Maria Lisboa, Enrico Gonçalves, Stefan Morawski; etc. Attention for new art forms, conceptual art (Vostell, Beuys), happenings, counterculture, psychedelics, etc. No. 4: (Número final) Perspectivas actuais da cultura Portuguesa. With contributions by Manuel Hermino Monteiro, J.M.A.Judice, etc., on aspects of Portuguese avant-garde art, literature, cinema, etc. with numerous illustrations.

[#17661]

SENZAMARGINE

No. 1 (all publ.). Roma, 1968. Orig. wrappers; 25x20 cm; 84 pages.

EUR 400.00

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Designed by Magdalo Mussio. Directed by Alberto Boatto. Articles by Argan, Asor Rosa, Filiberto, Menna, Trini, Bonito Oliva, Germano Celant. With numerous illustrations.

[#17532]

SET

Numbers 1-2 (all publ.). Gloucester: Gerritt Lansing (1961-1963). Two issues, both 4to, stapled wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Gerrit Lansing. Contributions by Duncan, Olson, Dorn, Kelly, Wieners, Wakoski, Elmslie, Jonas, Lansing, and others. Cover art on both issues by Harry Martin. Secret Location pg 134-5.

[#15909]

SHISHI

Nos. 1-3. Tokyo, Shishi Group, Shoji Yoshizawa, 1981 (no 1: 30x21 cm; nos-2-3 each 26x180 cm). Stapled, xerox .Perfect condition for this vulnerable xerox production.

EUR 750.00

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Concrete and Visual Poetry. A publication of the Shishi Group with contributions by Shoji . Yoshizawa, Kyuyo Kajino, Ryojiro Yamanaka, Scott Helmes, A de Araujo, Hideo Kajino, K.Kempton, Kunio Mori. On the last page Shishi News. There were three Japanese magazines of contemporary visual poetry: VOU, Kitasono Katsue éd. 1935-1978 (150 numbers), ASA, Niikuni Seiichi éd. 1965-1974 (7 numbers). and SHISHI , Yoshizawa Shôji éd. 1981-1992 (30 numbers)

[#20142]

SHVANTZ!

Xero-X-Kunstmagazon

“SHVANTZ! ist keine Kunstzeitung - die Zeitung selbst ist das Kunstwerk”. (Shvantz! is not an art magazine – it is the arwork itself) .Published in Frankfurt (W.E.Baumann). All (except no 10) produced by xerox with additions of collage etc., all handmade and limited to 50 copies. (only no 5 came out for the Shvantz-Festival 1979 in the Staedel-Academy in Frankfurt in 150 copies) - No. 4. side Sept/Otober 1979 (one of 50 copies). Orig front and back wrappers by Pola Reuth (Siebdruck). 38 pages. With orig.taped spine, - No. 5: Festival Nov. 1979 (150 copies). 188 pages, Front cover colourprint by Ralphn Neun; Spine orig.silver tape. - No. 6. 1980 (one of 50 copies) 36 pages (of which one double), side- stapled in white covers with black typed text , richly decorated with glitter and lametta, spine with white tape. - No. 9. 1980 (one of 50 copies). 48 pages,with 2 double,printed in pink stock, front cover iluustration by Andreas Züst (Schgvantz Fest/ival Zürich, Juni '80 ; picture of Karel Dudesek/Oliver Hirschbiegel. - No. 10. 1981 ( one of 200 copies, this issue printed in offset). - Added: Shvantz!- Special-Edition on occassion of their Aktion und Ausstellung bei Bazillus Art Space Würzburg MARCH 1980 . Der Kunst & Kulturladen in der Diaspora. “Dritter Weltkrieg permanent” (3rd Worldwar – permanent ) Ringbound , with 2 collaged items on the brown front wrapper (firecrackers in dried-glue, and paper-napkin with text stamped in green "Neuest Nachrichten aus der Diaspora") . Limited edition 30 copies. 53 pages (printed recto only) on white and xerox-paper of various colours. - Added: Walter E. Baumann (=Shvantz!) “Imperator” Artist’s book 1988, selfpublished Ed. 500 cps. - Added: Pola Reuth (= Shvantz”"!) “ Letzte Vorstellung. Artist’s book, Copyright by Shvantz Frankfurt 1980 All Xerox/ b+w illustr. of a Highway project. Editon of 50 copies - PLUS: 10 pieces of ephemera (personal messages by Baumann-Shvantz / Flyers, hand-outs, mini Poster.

EUR 7,000.00

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Edited and created by Walter E.Baumann, influential protagonist of the young scene, student of theffamous art academy, the Städel School, a respected but rather inaccessible place. It was precisely here that - under the title Shvantz- Baumann published small numbers of an artists’ magazine that he produced on the school’s photocopier. It dealt in essence with art and music in Frankfurt and beyond, but was shocking and revolutionary in content and design. In 1979 he organized the Shvantz Festival under the motto "forget about ART – here is SHVANTZ!…" and brought the Düsseldorf bands Der Plan and Mittagspause to a concert in the auditorium of the Academy of Arts. The festival attracted a good deal of attention even in the boring daily press and is today looked upon as a kind of initial spark: one year later Baumann again organized a concert, this time with the British noise and industrial music pioneers Throbbing Gristle, whose performance became legendary. - No. 4: Sept.1979.Art Attack,Gerhard Naschberger, Michael Badura, Pola Reuth, D.Albrecht, Horst Turner (original work on transparent paper),, W.E..Baumann, Ralphn Neun, Milan Kunc, U.Maier. Cover Silkscreen. - No. 5: Festival Katalog. D.Abrecjht,Aquinada, W.E.Naumann, Peter Below, Milan Kunc, Minus Delta, Deborah Monroe, Thomas Niggle, James Nitsch, Annegret Soltau, a.o. - No. 6: 1980. Thomas Bayrle, Monte Cazazza, Pieter Cramer, Gino Lametta (Special page, orig. Artwork, rosa-80-er,R3Sex, ) , Walter Pfeiffer, Horst Turner, Michael Delto, Ralphn Neun, Ulrich Maier, Pola Reuth, Jochen Gerz. - No. 9: G.Lametta, Dagner Nagel, Tom Stark, Monte Carazza, Winfr Wolfff, Baumann, Mninus Delta, Karel Dudesek, ao. ; 2 foldouts, - No. 10: M.Kunc, Hirschbiegel, Walter Hofer, etc.: Abschiedkonzert: Es spielt das grosse Shvantzorchester u.L.v.W.W.Baumann.

[#19045]

SI & NO:

Revista Quadrimestrale di Letteratura Moderna e Contemporanea.

Nos. 1-6 [Complete?]. Roma: Si & No, 1974-75. Original wrappers.

EUR 900.00

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Edited by P.A.Jannini. Texts in Italian and French. The first six issues, likely all issues published, of this rare Italian little magazine of experimental literature. Gabriele Aldo-Bertozzi is listed as being the Segratario di Redazione, and there is some Lettrist content, especially an article on Lettrisme by Bertozzi in Vol. 3, as well as material on Surrealism and Futurism. Other highlights include the inclusion of a letter from F. T. Marinetti in the second volume, an interview with Philippe Soupalt in no. 3, Jose Pierre on Surrealism and Magic in no. 4, and extensive writing on Tristan Corbiere, especially in no. 5, which is entirely dedicated to work about him. Previous owner's signature to title page of each number, with some occasional bumping and couple of closed tears to paper covering the spine of the final number, generally sturdy and very good. Exceeding scarce: these are the first copies we've seen, and OCLC locates only an unknown number of issues in an institution in Sweden. [22110]

[#18814]

SIDEWALK

Scotlands Quarterly Review

Nos. 1 & 2 (all published). Edinburgh: Sidewalk [1960]. Two 8vo issues. Small pale dampstain to base of no. 2 spine, else each near fine in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Alex Neish , important contributions but only two issues were published. Contributors include Marguerite Duras, Michael McClure, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Allen Ginsberg, Charles Olson, Edwin Morgan, Robert Creeley, Gary Snyder, and William S. Burroughs.

[#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.

[#20091]

SIGNALS

Newsbulletin of the Centre for Advanced Creative Study.

Nos. 1-11 (all published, complete). London, August 1964 - Jan-Feb 1966. Newpaper-size, printed on glossy paper; illustrations & photographs. As usual this magazine was folded for mailing and has always some wear on the folds. (Condition of the set is overall good, taken into account that No. 1 is very slightly dampstained with light waving; No.2 and No. 3/4 with some wear and minimal loss of image over the folding , Nos. 6, 8, 9 with light wear over the folds; No.9 has tiny black stain on upper margin; No. 11 some wear over the folds). .

EUR 5,000.00

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Director: Paul Keeler, editor: David Medalla. Newsbulletin-type publication of the kinetics art gallery SIGNALS LONDON, varying in content from 12-24 pp., reporting on exhibitions and featuring artists. No. 1 was published as Signalz, inspired on the exhibit of kinetic structures by Takis in the Centre. Subsequent exhibits are: Festival of Modern Art from Latin America, Camargo One-Man Exhibition, Soundings Two, Marcello Salvadori, Carlos Cruz-Diez, J.R. Soto, Lygia Clark, Gabo, Schwitters, Chillida, Nicholson, Calder, Malevitch, etc. No. 3/4 is devoted to Takis; No. 5 to Camargo; No. 6 to Marcello Salvadori; No. 7 to Lygia Clark; No. 8 is Soundings Two; Naum Gabo; No.9 to Carlos Cruz-Diez; No. 10 devoted to Jsus Rafael Soto; No.11 is the special Alejandro Otero (Venezuela) issue, publ. as vol. 2 no 1, Jan/March 1966. The periodical also promoted the work of the Zero group out of Germany.

[#10816]

SIGNOS

en la Expresion de los Pueblos. Gráfica, Pentagrama, Letra.

Nos. 10-28. Santa Clara, Cuba, septiembre/diciembre, 1972 - enero/junio, 1982. Original illustrated wrappers. Ills.

EUR 1,200.00

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Cuban periodical for arts and letters directed by Samuel Feijoo, close to the concrete and visual poetry movements and richly illustrated with drawings and photographs. Includes prose, poetry, graphic art, music, folklore, from Cuba, but also special issues on Czechoslovakia, Poland and Mongolia. Thematic issues, i.e.: no. 10 'Libro'incl. o.a.: Vadin Shefner (La Poesía del Futuro), Poesía Cubana, article devoted to book-illustration no. 11 'Formas del verso': devoted to modern (concrete and visual poetry), incl. o.a.: Apollinaire, Aida Ida, Adalberto, Samuel Feijóo, Tipográficos Modernos;no. 12 'Checos Lovaquia': music, modern poetry, modern (graphic) art, sculpture, in Czechoslovakia; no. 13 'Folklore de Cuba'; no. 14 'Refrán'; no. 15 'Mitos Cubanos' no. 16: 'Coplas'; no.17 'Musica de Cuba'; no. 18 'Grafica de Cuba' incl. o.a. Caricaturista Cubista Cubana (Honoré, Riveron); Fotografías Cubistas de J.M. Acosta; article on Garcia Lorca; Influencias de la Vanguardia en la Gráfica Posterior; etc. no. 19 'Trazos de Cuba' (incl. o.a. typewritings by Nodarse); no. 20 'Saber Popular de Cuba';no. 21 'Trazos de Cuba'; no. 22 'Poesia y Grafica' (incl. o.a. Haikus Cubanos, Opartistas Cubanos, Benjamin Duarte: Dibujos ineditos); no. 23 'El Anuncio en Cuba'; no. 24 'Mongolia'; no. 25'Polona'; no. 26 'Poesia Critica Grafica y Musica de Cuba'; no. 27 'El Sensible Zarapico'; no. 28 'Humor, Satira, Politica, Poesia, Grafica'. -(Cover-) ills. by Feijóo, Du-Arte, Portocarrero, Guillen, Walpole, Puig, Taillandier, Picasso, López-Nussa, a.o. Contribs. incl.: Roberto Orihuela, Ramón Rodríguez, Francisco Garzón, Armando Morales, Adalberto, Benjamín Duarte, Aida Ida, Ciro Bianchi, José Z. Tallet, René Batista, Ricardo Villares, Imeldo Alvarez, Eduardo Curbelo, Zita Mugia, and others.

[#15462]

SILENCE 'S WEKE 1

Rivista trimestrale. (SILENCE printed on front cover, 'S WEKE on inside cover page 2).

Numero unico (in attesa di autorizzazione,), gennaio-marzo 1973. Napoli, Ed. Morra, 1973. 48 pages, printed on glossy paper, in original pictorial wrappers (31 x 31 cm). (The magazine has a faint trace of a fold in the middle, where it apparently has been kept bended on someones bookshelf, causing some discoloration on the back cover, otherwise in very good condition). Important publication with numerous illustrations and photographs. Quite rare.

EUR 800.00

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Responsable editor: Luciano Caruso. Cover designs by MEV2 (Musica Electronic Viva), Caruso-IBM, Giuseppe Desiato. Contrbutions by Emilio Villa, Jiri Kolar, Maurizio Nannucci, Mario Diacono, Jochen Gerz, Anna & Martino Oberto, MREV2 photographs, Giuseppe Morra (Centro d'Arte Europea), Alain Roussel, Maurice Roquet,,Théatre mental ( 5 photographs) Carmine Rezzuti, Diwerich Albrecht, Claus Böhmer, Bulkowski, Tim Ulrichs, and others.

[#10835]

SIONNA

Notations Marginales (later: Journal Fleuve).

Nos. 1-13 (probably all). Watermael-Boitsfort (Belgique), 1 Mai 1975 - 13 Décembre 1978. Looseleaf, issues varying in length from 3-5 pages, printed on the reverse side of used computer paper, 40 x 45 cm (including the side perforations). With illustrations and photographs. Kept in plain port folio.

EUR 800.00

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Inspired on Fluxus and Dada, photocopier and computer art, published by A.S.B.L., éditeur responsable: Suzy EMBO. Contributions notably by Christian Dotremont. Named SIONNA after a river in Ireland to illustrate the intended whimsical and meandering content of this publication. "Pas plus que le fleuve dont nous empruntons le nom, nous ne suivrons d'ordre: nous irons selon les inspirations, savoirs et fantasmes, sans autres lois que celles du bon plaisir"...."rappellons que ces feuillets n'auront couté la vie d'aucun arbrisseau: trouvé dans les poubelles de l'informatique, notre support, comme l'attestent ses perforations et le balbutiements d'ordinateur dont il porte les traces, a déjà fidèlement servi le Système". Each page contains typically a mixture of articles and illustrations, often produced by typewriter or handwritten, sometimes typeset or composed, also photographs. Using a summary of the contents given in No. 10 (Sionna a publié des images, des textes inédits) and completed with names found in nos. 11-13 we mention the following contributors: Pierre Alechinsky, Domique Brecx, Jacques Calonne, Gilles Beraud, Eve Calingaert, Christian Dotremont (Extraits du Logbook; Logo-grammes), Christian Duponchel, Suzy Embo, Fernandez, Patrick Francois, Jean Groenen, Caroline Ghyselen, Corinne Hoex, Bent Irve, Charlotte Johnson, André Lambote, Virginia Leirens, Joyce Mansour, Jacques Meuris, Paul Neuhuys, Francis Picabia, Ray, Henri Storck, Guy Vaes, J. Vandenberg, Michèle van Wynendaele, Georges Wattiau, Miche Wynants.

[#17793]

SITUAZIONE. Ed.912

Ed.912. Edizioni di cultura contemporanea. Milano

SERIE "NO" No. 10. Ben VAUTIER. No. Dieci: Art Total. Milano, ED.912 Edizioni di Cultura Contemporanea (Serie No. 10, Stampa: Arti Grafiche La Monzese, Cologna Monzese). 1967 (Juglio). 70x50 cm., 1967. Printed in blue and purple on white stock. In fine condition.

EUR 700.00

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[#20198]

SITUAZIONE. Ed.912

Ed.912. Edizioni di cultura contemporanea. Milano

SERIE "NO" Numero 8: Cavan McCarthy.Telegram from Vietnam, 1967. Ed.912. Edizioni di cultura contemporanea. Milano. Tirato in 500 esemplari numerati per I tipi della " Arti grafiche la Monzese". In Cologno Monzese, luglio del 1967. (No. 450 from 500 printed). This copy doubled with a textile backing, a bit yellowed but in good condition.

EUR 500.00

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[#19981]

SOLO

Eine Zeitschrift

No. 1 (? all publ). Merve –Verlag. Edited by Gente, Peter / Heidi Paris. 1983 Large,folio; stapled, approx. 60 pp.

EUR 600.00

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Redaktion/Gestaltung Heidi Paris. Peter Cente, Uwe Fleischer, Rainer Weissenborn. Contributions by Nam June Paik :Vido Arbeit; Roland Barthes: Krise des Begehrens / Der maskierte Philosoph Michal C. Glasmeier: Das Panoptikum des Karl Valentin/ Duncan Smith: Zum gegenwärtigen symbolischen Status von Öl /Jacques Henric: Nietzsche und die Verrücktheit /Laurie Anderson: Americans on the Move/ John Cage: Ein Interview mit Pierre Taguiev; Michel Foucault, Wolfgang Max Faustetc. Fine condition.

[#18099]

SOME/THING

Nos. 1-4/5 (= Vol. 1-2, all publ.). New York, Spring 1965 - Summer 1968. 8vo, Original wrappers., in excellent condition, also the fragile no 3 cover is in good condition (and not detached as is frequently the case). This perforated sticker cover (stamps designed by Andy Warhol: "Bomb Hanoi") was glue-backed and is rarely found intact, clean with the print over the glue, readable and not sticking to the content-pages. Our copy has the front cover free, but the back cover is stuck at the bottom over a very small area and is fairly clean. (Allen - Artists' Magazines. An alternative space for art, p. 298)

EUR 1,800.00

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Complete collection of the avant-garde periodical edited by David Antin & Jerome Rothenberg. ANDY WARHOL contributed to issue No. 3 (Volume two, issue number one, Winter 1966) by designing its cover 'Bomb Hanoi'. This issue, 'Vietnam Assemblage' includes texts by Allen Ginsberg, Charles Bukowski, Paul Blackburn, Rochelle Owens and many others but 'is not an anthology of individual & numbered pieces on a single theme. It was compiled with the help of many hands, & in a special sense it is a communal effort - an overall structure made up of words, a language trap to close-with a state, a process, a system - something afflicting & evading all of us' (editor's note). No. 1: cover by Amy Mendelson; No. 2: cover sculpture by Robert Morris; No. 4/5 cover by George Maciunas. Other contributors include: Anselm Hollo, Ted Berrigan, Jackson Mac Low, Carolee Schneemann (No 2 features photos and text from Carolee Schneemann's "Meat Joy" performance). No. 3, with a perforated sticker cover by Andy Warhol (Bomb Hanoi), gathers, Gerard Malanga, Allan Kaprow, Hans Arp, etc.

[#15781]

SOMETHING ELSE GALLERY- POSTERS

VOSTELL: Poster for Exhibition DOGS AND CHINESE NOT ALLOWED. Exhibition of Notations and Erasures of the Happening at the Something Else Gallery, May, 28 through June 8th,1966. Opening of the Exhition May 27th…; Dé-coll/ages-Happening at 9:oo pm. WOLF VOSTELL. Printed in purple on off-white stock. Size (h/w) 54x75 cm, folded to 13x19 cm for mailing. Mint condition.

EUR 500.00

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Text by Vostell, with plan of the subway and one drawing. - The happening, which lasted 14 days, took place all over New York and used the entire subway network. On the backside a full list of publications distributed by Something Else Press for Typos Verlag such as Vostells Dé-coll/age nos 4 and 5, and others.

[#19169]

SOMETHING ELSE GALLERY- POSTERS

ANNOUNCEMENT POSTER: Announcing the Something Else Gallery, New York City. Poster on thick offwhite paper, 55,5 x 75,5 cm., folded to 18,5x 14 cm. Published by Something Else Press, Inc. "Object Poems" April 16th to April 27th, 1966. Opening: April 15th, 8:00 to 10:00 PM. Printed in green on lightly green tinted thick paper;very light soilaged and tiny chip to one corner, nevertheless a very good copy.

EUR 500.00

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With a listing of the artists: George Brecht, Robert Filliou, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Peter Green, Al Hansen, Dich Higgins, Diter Rot, Gertrunde Stein, Wolf vostell, Emmett Williams.

[#15405]

THE SOMETHING ELSE NEWSLETTER

Vol. 1 nos 1-12 (complete); Vol. 2 nos. 1- 6 (of 7). New York, Something Else Press, 1966- April 1973. Unbound (folded) as issued in good condition). Added: a variant of Vol. 1 no 6 ( bearing only the date May 1967, but without the volume/issue number and no price)

EUR 3,000.00

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Together 18 Newsletters of the Something Else Press (and variant out of a total of 19 published, the last issue, vol. 2 no 7, dated April 1973 has in fact never been mailed). Each issue has 4 pages. All the lead-articles, e.g. 'Against Movements' (on Happenings, Concrete Poetry, Pop Art), 'Why do we publish so much Gertrude Stein?', 'Seen, Heard and Understood' (a defense of literature) are written by DICK HIGGINS. Added some ephemera of The Something Else Press: - 2 typed letters to A. A. Bronson, editor of 'File'; - Advance Book Information, stencilled, 5 sheets; -2 order forms (4 pp. each), with extensive descriptions of the available titles; -Two Invitations i.e.: The inauguration of Wolf Vostell's T.O.T. (= Technological Oak Tree), text by Dick Higgins, 4 pp., and an invitation to a party to launch John Giorno's publication 'Cancer in my Left Ball'; Catalogue Fall/Winter 1973/74. Booklet, format 22,5 x 9 cm), 48 pp.; 6 flyers, printed on carton in various colours, stapled tog., format 21,7 x 10 cm; a sheet of invoice-paper.

[#17185]

SONDERN

Jahrbuch für Texte und Bilder

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Berlin/Zürich, 1976-1986. Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 1,200.00

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Published by Dieter Schwarz. Contributions by D. Roth, A. Rainer, G. Brus, G. Rühm, Robert Filliou, C.L.Attersee, R. Priessnitz, Richard Hamilton, Tom Wasmuth, McKenna, Broodthaers, D. Iannone, Mechtild Engel, D. Steiger, E. Pétursson, S. E. Kristmundsson, E. Gudmundsson, Douwe Jan Bakker a.o. Covers by: Emmett Williams, André Thomkins, Dieter Roth, Jan Voss, Dorothy Iannone. Printed in an edition of 500-600 copies.

[#19095]

SOUNDINGS

Volumes 1-16 [Complete]. Sylmar, California : 1972-1990. First edition. 4to, various paginations. 16 numbers in 13 volumes. Some issues with individual titles. Title written ink to edge of text block of two issues, single small unobtrusive ink notation to the cover of one issue, but generally near fine to fine.

EUR 4,000.00

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Edited by Peter Garland, who started this following a workshop attended at California Arts Inst with Dick Higgins. Soundings was notable for reproducing scores, many from the composer's holograph. Number 13 is a special issue devoted to the music of James Tenney. With contributions across the numbers by Lou Harrison, Pauline Oliveros, Wolfgang Stoerchle, Harold Budd, James Tenney, Robert Ashley, Harry Partch, Dick Higgins, Philip Corner, Paul Bowles, Silvestre Revueltes, Guillermo Ceniceros, Steve Reich, and many others.

[#15338]

SPANNER

A set of 18 numbers: Nos. 2 - 14, 16, 17, 19, 20 (+ Supplement to no 20) , 21. February 1975 - April 1981.

EUR 1,800.00

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Published and edited by the Fluxus poet and artist Allen Fisher. Verse and found poetry from this artist, writer, and publisher. No. 14 American Strange: SIGNED and dated (1979) by author Porter to title page. - No. 2 Martin Thom ‘Ironwork’ - No. 3 Various artists ‘FLUXUS FLUXSHOE FLUXES’ - No. 4 David Miller ‘Developable Surfaces’ - No. 5 Ken Smith ‘Wasichi’ - No. 6 Bill Sherman ‘Frazier Ali, Licence to Dream’ and 'Like James Dean’ - No. 7 Various poets, artists, musicians (editor not named) ‘CRUST’ - No. 8 Phil Maillard ‘Keeping Still’ - No. 9 Dick Higgins and Eric Mottram ‘Call it ‘Something Else’’ and new work by Higgins - No. 10 John Welch ‘A Tale of Peter and other poems’ - No. 11 Clive Bush ‘Muriel Rukeyser: the poet as scientific biographer’ - No. 12 Colin Simms ‘Humility’ - No. 13 Eric Mottram ‘Elegy 15: Neruda’ - No. 14 Bern Porter ‘American Strange’ - No. 16 Kevin Power ‘Conversations with Michael McClure’ - No. 17 J. Christopher Jones ‘How my thoughts about design methods have changed’ - No. 19 (Together with 20)‘Speech Poetry’ issue, edited by Allen fisher incl. Paul Buck, Pierre Joris, Eric Mottram, Lawrence Upton, A.J. Bassett - No. 20 (Together with 19). E.E. Vonna-Michell ‘A Reinhold Placed Near’ - No. 21 Anthony Barnett ‘Forest Poems

[#16780]

SPANNER

A PAINTING. A Spanner Magazine Special issue. London (UK), Spanner 1981. (Printed by Allen Fisher): 25x19,5 cm, stapled, unpaginated. Thermostencil. Together with: CLOTHES. A Spanner magazine Special issue London: Spanner, 1983. 30 x 21 cm 130 pp stapled into paper covers.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Allen Fisher. - A painting contains 76 sheets thermostencilled onto 38 sheets on waste and scrap paper left over from printing. Contributions by B. Cobbing, R. Crozier, K. Groh, L. Upton and others. - Clothes contains work from (Mallarmé), Pierre Joris, Geraldine Monk, Charles Bernstein, Johanna Drucker, Marshal MacLuhan, Mike Gibbs, Bruce Andrews, Dorothy Crane, BillSherman, Diane Ward, Bob Cobbing, Jean Baudrillard and others.

[#20215]

SPANNER/ NYC/ New York Spanner

Nos. 1-3 (red, green and blue, all publ.). New York, 1978-1980. 4to; original wrappers.

EUR 500.00

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Published by Aloes Books in association with Collaborative Projects Inc. presented by Dick Miller & Terise Slotkin. Typical for the New York scene, with a mix of film, art and music. Contains contribs. by and work of William Stone, Colen Fitzgibbons, Judy Rifka, Beth B and Scott B, Julia Heyward, Cindy Sherman, Demi, Christy Rupp, A. Miller (introd. to Blue), Robin Winters, Charles Moulton, Marcia Resnick, Tom Otterness, etc.; .A rich collection of underground art of the period that features names like Cindy Sherman, Kiki Smith and Jenny Holzer. -Red Issue: Kathy Acker interprets Mallarme’s “Un Coup de Des” on her own terms, Judy Rifka exhibits her gestural drawings in a four-page spread and Peter Fend explores the notion of art as an evolutionary mediator. Other contributors include Colleen Fitzgibbons, Robin Winters, Judy Rifka, Mitch Corber, and more. -Green Issue: Tom Otterness exhibits two small sculptures named “Work” and “Music”, Kiki Smith shares photography situated before Jackson Pollock works and Cara Pearlman presents two seasonal drawings. Other contributors include Beth B and Scott B, Terise Slotkin, Dick Miller, and more. -Blue Issue: Cindy Sherman shares a number of Untitled Film Stills in a four-page spread, Jenny Holzer and Peter Nadin propose direct action in a brief text and Anne Messner documents her performance art in a series of photographs.

[#17754]

LO SPAZIO UMANO

Rivista internazionale di scienze umane, arte e letteratura.

A group of 20 ongoing issues from the start of this irregular publication: Numbers 1-13. Dic. 1981-Oct/Dic. 1984. Continued with Numbers 1-4. Gennaio - Dicembre 1985; Then: Number 1-2. Gennaio-Giugno 1986; Then: Number 2. 1987. (Thus a set short of 1986 no 3-4 and 1987 no 1). Original wrappers; fine condition (small stamp of previous owner on front covers).

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Enrico R. Comi, on contemporary avant=-garde and conceptual art. Contributions by and on D. Bertiaux, Dom H. Camara, F. Ferraroti, M. I. Macioti, J. Miró, R. Segatori, S. Vassalli, David Salle, A.R. Penck, M. Lüpertz, M. Disler, Ronnie Cutrone. Keith Haring, G. Baselitz, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Gedrhard Merz, Richard Artschwanger, Mel Bochner, etc. etc.

[#20251]

SPIRALE

Numbers 1-9 (all published, complete). Bern, 1953-1964. Redaktion und verlag Marcel Wyss, spiral press, stadion wankdorf, bern schweiz / Diter Roth / und Eugen Gomringer, Hochschule für Gestaltung, Ulm, Deutschland.

EUR 15,000.00

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Articles and illustrations by R. Fink, R.P. Lohse, P. Mazetti, A. Piccoli, E. Gomringer, M. Bense, G. Rühm, H. Heissenbüttel, L. Moholy-Nagy, - Heft 1: Bern, undated (1953): Loose in yellow wrapper (50x34,5 cm): Dieter Roth (Woodcut), Hans Arp (Liono), Erich Müller (Slate print), Bernhard Luginbüh (lino), Max v. Mühlenen (lino), Joachim Uhlmann, Paul Celan, Kurt Wirt (lino), Eugen Gomringer, Josef Pillhofer (woodcut; with small round brown staion outside the image), Hermann Platter (lino/wood). - Heft 2: Bern ,undated (1953?): Loose in wrapper (50x34,5 cm): Imre Reiner (lino), Marcel Wyss (lino), Lili Erzinger (lino) , Oskar Dalvi (woodcut), Leo Leuppi (wood) , Franz Eggenschwiler (litho), Kenneth Patchen, Dieter Roth (litho). Robert Gessne (wood), Klaus Demus, Anneliese Haber, Walter Binder (wood). - Heft 3: Bern, undated (1954). Loose in wrapper, 32 pages incl.wraps; (50x34,5 cm): Max Bill (Zink) Eugen Gomringer, Manuel Acre, Marcel Wyss (litho), F. Vordemberge-Gildewart (lito), Jean Frondère, Richard P. Lohse (lito) , Hans Hofer, Sophie Taeuber-Arp (lino) , Aurélie Nemours, Marianne Lundgren, Heinrich Eichmann (litho) , Verena Loewensberg (lino), Mary Vieira (litho) , Camille Graeser (holz) , Hans Hofmann (lino) - Heft 4. Bern, undated. (1954). Loose in wrapper, 23 leaves incl.wrapper (50x34,5 cm): Abbildungen von Plastiken der Künstler Kurt Blum, Mary Vieira, F. Vordemberge-Gildewart, Marcel Wyss, Erwin Rehmann, Rolf Willimann, Karl Gerstner, Martin Krampen, André Piccoli, Max Bill, Richard Lippold, Ibram Lassaw, Eugen Gomringer, Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Reg Butler, Ben Nicholson and others. - Heft 5. Bern, undated. (1955). Large square 4to, 22 leaves,loose in orig. black wrappers (very lightly rubbed), front illustrated by M. Wyss (zincograph) and another full page inside, 3 lithographs by Josef Albers, coloured lithos by F Geiser, G.Ifert and Karl Gerstner (on double page), b/w lithos by P.Thalmann, Rolf Willimann, H.Mattmüller (zincograph), I.Bombelli - Heft 6/7. Bern, undated(1958).Large square 4to.. 32 leaves in orig. Yellow wrappers,, front illustrated by M. Wyss (zincograph). Col.lithograph by Richerd P.Lohse; Col.lithograph by C.Graeser, 2 lithographs by C.Graeser and H.Spahr, a zincograph by M.Wyss. 4 Pages constructivist designs as advertising. Photographs by: Heininger (2), W.Klein (2), P.Keetmann, H.Lederer (2), R.Schröter, G.Ilfert, O. Aicher, R.Humbert, M.Wyss. Mit Beiträgen von R. Fink, R.P. Lohse, P. Mazetti, A. Piccoli, E. Gomringer, M. Bense, G. Rühm, H. Heissenbüttel, L. Moholy-Nagy, u.a. Photographische Beiträge von W. Klein, M. Wyss, O. Aicher, H. Lederer, T. Schneiders, P. Keetmann a.o.. - Heft 8. 1960. 44 leaves (of wich 8 pages Concrete Poetry, edited by Eugen Gomringer), 6 leaves design advertising, In orig green wrappers (with small label). 1 page col.print (8 colours) by K.Gerstner, further illustrations (full page and in the text), b/w) by K. Gerstner, H.W. Franke, F. Achtleitner, R. Azeredo, E. Gomringer, H. Heissenbüttel, D. Rot G. Rühm, O. Wiener a.o.; photography by B.F. Laposky, H.B. Frank, R. Groebli, M. Wyss, O. Steinert, H. Lederer, P. Keetmann, S. Kuhn a.o.(small price label affixed on left lower corner, otherwise fine). -Heft 9: August 1964. 4 Bl. (Inserate), 2 Textbl., 5 transparente Plastikseiten., Broschur, Last issue of this important periodical. Introductory text by Karl Gerstner and 5 «trans-variationen» by Marcel Wyss (black lines on transparent sheets).

[#16805]

STARDUST

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). No date, Bruxelles. 21 x 14,5 cm. stapled; 38 pp + wrapper; 60 pp + wrappers.

EUR 400.00

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Concrete and visual poetry periodical. Published around 1970, directed by: Maxime Benoit-Jeannin. With contributions by Jean-François Bory, Louis Scutenaire, Marc Villars, John Giorno, Charles Bukowsky, Raymond Federman, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Marc Villard, Georges Gronier, and others. No. 2 entitled L'Eté des textes.

[#20129]

STEDELIJK MUSEUM. KLANKTEKSTEN

Klankteksten - konkrete poëzie - visuele teksten - 1970 Catalogus tentoonstelling Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam nr. 492, design Wim Crouwel a.o. with over 100 artists on concrete poetry

EUR 300.00

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i.a.:. Ian Hamilton Finlay, Hansjorg Mayer, Maurizio Nannuci, Dieter Roth, Emmett Williams, herman de vries. E. de Wilde, L. Crommelin - Konkrete poëzie? : klankteksten & visuele teksten = Concrete poetry? : sound texts & visual texts = Konkrete Poesie? : akustische Texte & visuelle Texte. 230 pp - paperbound,orig.wrps.

[#18662]

STEREO HEADPHONES

An occasional magazine of the new poetries.

Nos. 1, 2/3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8/10 (all published)., ALL (except no 1) in DE-LUXE EDITION OF 12 to15 COPIES (total edtion was ab. 500). Kersey, 'Church Steps', Spring 1969 - 1982. Original (partly illustrated) wrappers (8vo, expanding to 4to). With the record to number 8/10. Added: 2 letters from the editor (laid into no. 1).

EUR 10,000.00

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- No. 1: (24 pages + wrapper). With contributions by Stephen Bann, Thomas A.Clark, Dick Higgins, Anselm Hollo, Robert Lax, Edwin Morgan, B.P.Nichol, Jiri Valoch, Charles Verey, Pedro Xisto, Nicholas Zurbrugg- - No.2 & 3.Spring 1970. The new french poetries-The death of concrete. In-8 [14,5 X 23 cm.] [36] pages and 2 horstexts (incl. cover) signed by Nicholas Zurbrugg. One of 12 copies on handmade paper, this Number 3. Wiith 2 original poems, signed and numbered by Henri Chopin and one by Edwin Morgan.mprimés sur “hand made paper” - No.4. Spring, 1971. The poetry of sound/The sound of poetry In-8 [15,5 X 25 cm.] [36] pages and 1 horstexte. Signed by Nicholas Zurbrugg on wrapper. One of 15 copies on hand made paper” with a signed and numbered serigraphy by Raoul Hausmann. Copy No.2. -No. 5. Winter 1971.The next visuel & photo poetries of Japan In-8 [19,5 X 26 cm.] [36] pages and 3 hors-textes. Cover illustrated by Okasaki Katsuhiko, signed and numbered on back cover by Nicholas Zurbrugg. -One of 15 copies printed on “hand made paper” including a reversible work by Dom Sylvester Houedard, a poem by Ernst Jandl, a lihographs by Maurizio Nannucci, signed and numbered by the artists. This copy No.7. -No. 6. Summer 1974. The treated text In-8 [20X 27 cm.] [70] pages and 3 horstextes. Cover illustrated by a metro ticket picked-up by Gérard Vargas, glued to the front cover. Cover signed by Nicholas Zurbrugg. One of 15 copies on “hand made paper” with a reversible artwork, embroidery by Lourdes Castro of plexiglass, a serigraphy by Hans Richter, a poem by Edgardo Antonio Vigo, signed and numbered by the artists.Copy No.12. -No. 7. Spring 1976 In-8 [18,7 X 25,5 cm.] [56] pages and 3 orig horstextes (incl. cover) Cover illustrated by a photopoem by Kitasono Katué, signed and numbered by Nicholas Zurbrugg on the cover. This one of 15 copies on handmade paper imprimés sur “hand made paper” containing a photo poem in colour by Kitasono Katué, a handwritten poem by Robert Lax, a serigraphy by John Furnival. Signed and numbered by the artists. This copy No.1. -no 8/10 in the DE-LUXE EDITION Numbered 2/15 on special paper, signed by Nicholas Zurbrugg and a signed cut-out color photograph of Lourdes Castro, a signed Humument etching by Tom Phillips and a signed silkscreen print by Barry McCallion.

[#17492]

STONY BROOK

Nos. 1/2, 3/4 (all publ.). Stony Brook/NY., 1968-1969. Thick issues, 8vo.;255 + 391 pp. Printed wrappers; illustrated. Good copies.

EUR 400.00

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International journal of poetry, poetics & translations, ed. by George Quasha, with contributions by Robert Duncan, Ezra Pound, Charles Olson, Levertov, John Wieners,Gary Snyder, Simic, Allen Ginsberg, Susan Elias (Metroculpture); Lila Katzen (The Universe as Environment. Moon markers).The first volume is an international selection of poetics ( Pound, Snyder, Ammons, Mac Low, Popa, Milosz, Wat, Parra, Guillevic, Pinget, Ginsberg, and many others). The second volume is broken into sections, with renowned poets sub-editing representative work from Latin America, Calfornia, Visual Arts, Concrete Poetry, German, French, Eastern Europe, China, and other areas.

[#16870]

STRANGE FAECES

Number 4. London, n.d (ca. 1971 . 33 x 20 cm unpaginated sheets in plastic slide binder. Minor marks and wear to cover. Signed by Bob Cobbing on front cover.

EUR 300.00

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Journal of visual poetry. Edited by and with cover design by Opal L. Nations with illustrations by Bob Cobbing. Inserted a letter from Opal to Bob, Includes contributions by Douglas Blazek, Allen Fisher. Jochen Gerz, Jeff Nuttall, John Giorno, and others.

[#11081]

STRATES

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). Bruxelles, oct.1963 - oct. 1966. Original wrappers (very slightly soiled on the spines, but internally good copies). With numerous illustrations and photographs.

EUR 2,000.00

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Directed by Christian Dotremont (founding member iof COMBRA) with many contributions by him, logogrammes, and other contributions by Thurber, Pierre Alechinsky, Pol Bury, Asger Jorn, Louis Scutenaire, Michel Butor, etc. Christian Dotremont was born in Tevuren in Belgium in 1922. Through all his life Dotremont experimented with the art - wanted to find the importance of art. Incessant he worked with words - pictures and signs looking and uncovering the facets of art. Dotremont couldn't stop playing with words and concepts - twist them in his own filosofic way, and each time end up with a surprising result. Even though he worked with many aspects the most important was always the words. Dotremont was a poet, he expressed his feelings and thoughts to the spectator on the beautiful whiteness of the paper. He created torn signs from written arabesques, which he named 'Logogramms'. Complete sets are scarrce, because much of the stock of No. 2 is said to be lost by Dotremont

[#11116]

STUIP

Literair tijdschrift (driemaandelijks letterkundig tijdschrift/literair tijdschrift).

Nos. 1-14 (all publ.). Hoboken/Geel/Antwerpen, 1961-1971, original pictorial wrappers; 8vo, sm.8vo. & obl. folio; together with: BAAL.(Literair tijdschrift). Nos. 1, 2,(3),(4), (all publ.). Wilrijk, Antwerpen, (1962) - mei 1964; together with: HET NIEUW TWEEMAANDELIJKS TIJDSCHRIFT. Nos. 1, 2, 3/4 (all publ.). Geel, 1964-1965; together with, and identical to: TNT. Driemaandelijks letterkundig tijdschrift. Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Geel, 1965-1967; together with: BAALKRANT/STUIPNIEUWS.No. (1). (all publ.). (ca. 1964). Aside from some dustsoilage a well preserved set.

EUR 1,500.00

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Complete collection of these four inter-related Flemish literary periodicals, which merged into each other, separated again, and eventually ended up under the original title. Ed.: Tony Rombouts, Roger Baert, Bobb Bern (i.e. R.Balthazar), W.Cranshoff (i.e. W.Verhaert), Redgy Dergeloo, Jan Diels, J.Rahm (i.e. J.Roosen), W.Verstraeten, R. Witse (i.e. W.Houbrechts), Erich Heidbüchel, etc.; the issues 3 and 4 of 'Baal' are identical to nos. 5-6 of 'Stuip'; the issues 1-4 of 'TNT' are identical to nos. 9-12 of 'Stuip'. Several issues have an interesting typography and/or include original graphic work by artists like W.v.d.Velde, Rudy Meekers, Wessel Ganzevoort and Eddy Ausloos (16 linocuts). Included in the collection are several of the circular letters from the administration to the subscribers (explaining the various name-changes) and publicity-leaflets.

[#19494]

SUBVERS

Tijdschrift voor (onder meer) konkrete poëzie (Han Clavin, Ijmuiden)

As set comprising: Nos. 1, 2, 3/4, 5, 6, 8, 9/10, 11, 12 (=last). Ijmuiden, The Subvers Press, Hans Clavin , 1970-1976, unbound, as issued: a very good set with minor flaws

EUR 5,500.00

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Very rare set of this periodical which is regarded by many as essential to the international history of concrete and visual poetry- Number 1. October 1970. Hans Clavin, The Subvers Press, Ijmuiden. . 56 pp. Glued in wrappers. Handnumbered 287500. Added: specimen copy consisting of several stapled sheets. - Number 2: “Pornographic Poetry”: 24,5x16,5 cm., loose leaves, folder. Color offset. Very good copy. - Number 3/4: subvers 3+4 posters / poems, Bertini, Bory, Clavin, Deman, Lichtenauer, Nannucci, Perfetti, Targowski, Todorovic, Valoch, Wabl., august 1971;Number 5: “Two phonographies” , Herman Damen. 2 contributions: silkscreen disc on golden cardboard and 24 circular pages printed in offset (some foxing , but still quite good), in original envelope (with light traces of humidity) 22x31 cm. edition of 500 numbered copies. - Number 6: “Geschichte” by Peter Meijboom. 24x21cm., stapled, unpaginated. Mimeograph. - Number 8: herman de vries “On Language”. 30x21 cm., softcovers, 23pp recto. Offset, collage. No. 34 of 600 numbered copies. Very good condition. - Number 9/10: “L’Angerie” , Hans Clavin. 21x15 cm., softcovers, unpaginated. Offset, collages. Each page reproduces a classic visual poem that is printed in black and white and in some instances with a highlight color such as red, green or yellow. The work is printed as a book (De Bezige Bij ,Amsterdam) with no designation that it is an issue of Subvers. - Number 11, “Maskers” by Paul de Vree: 16x16 cm, 12 cards in folder (folder very lightly foxed, otherwise fine). Offset. - Number 12 (and last): “Poëzie voor de modale liefhebber “ (Poetry for average amateur). 20,5x14,5 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Mimeograph. No. 19 of 100 numbered copies. Stapled in a page iof glossy paper, apparently from architectural periodical).

[#18911]

SUM

A Newsletter of Current Workings

Numbers 1-7 (all publ.). Albuquerque: Sum ,1963-1965. Sizes range from 8vo(nos.1-2) and no 3 (28x21,5 Cm) to folio (35,5x21,5cm side stapled in excellent condition)

EUR 1,400.00

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Edited by Fred Wah. Contributors include Irby, Crews, Loewinsohn, Wieners, Levertov, Brautigan, Sanders, O’Hara, Berrigan, Bunting, Kyger, Welch, Olson, and many others. No. 4: New York City, edited by John Keys; No. 5: Thirteen English Poets, edited by Andrew Crozier; No.6:San Francisco edited by Ron Loewinsohn; No. 7: Republic Equador,Quito (Cover by John Wieners).

[#16891]

SYN

Internationale Beiträge zur neuen Kunst/ International Contributions to the New Art

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Agis Verlag, Baden-Baden BRD), 1965-1967. Orig.wrappers, slight soilage. 22,5x 21 cm.

EUR 400.00

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Contributions by the editor, Robert Kudielka, Dieter Honisch, K.O.Götz, Lawrence Alloway, Alexander Liberman, Hsao Chinetc. "Syn(Gr.)=Together. Open possibilities of an integral art beyond the hard-and fast definitions of formalism".

[#19681]

ta'BOX (TA-BOX) & TA:

Collection of the Danish Fluxus Group in Copenhagen consisting of: -TA' Nos. 1-8. 1967-1968, with TA 6 1/2. 22,5x15,5 cm, orig.illustrated wrappers, (each number ca. 40 pages). Illustrated. Covers by Paul Gernes. Together with: No. 6 1/2, 30,5x22 cm., 40 pages, b/w. (some folding/double pages). Together with portfolio green card with beige lettering: Anonymiteter.Kommunikationszoner, Lunds Kunsthall 267/1-19/2-19568. Loos sheets(Works by Paul Gernes, Egon Fischer,Per Kirkeby,Peter Louis-Jensem, a.o. (sides rubbed, spine damaged). -Together with: ta'Box. Nos. 1-4 (all publ.) Copenhagen, 1969-1970. Loose contributions of various artists, contained in the original 4 plastic bags, some with painted artwork applied on the outside,

EUR 3,000.00

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Published by the Fluxus group in Copenhagen at the small press Panel 13 (Fluxus Zone Nord, Distribuere af Panel 13, /Oster Voldgade 14, 1350 Kbh). The contributors to this Assembling were entirely Danish writers, poets and artists. It is heavily focused on literature as well as Fluxus and Neo-Dada objects and notes. It was the sequel to 'TA: 'Distribuere af Panel 13, 'ta was published in 8 numbers 1967-1968. Contains work by and edited by Erik Thygesen, Peter Louis-Jensen, Hans-J/orgen Nielsen, Poul Nielsen, Kristen Bj/orkjaer, Henning Christiansen, Per Kirkeby, Bengt af Klintberg, Jorgen Leth, Vagn Lundbye. Contributions by Alan Kaprow, Jane Pedersen,Josef Beuys, Jens Brincker, Ofelias Blomsetr, Sivert Libdblom, a.o. Ta Box is Ostensibly complete for the content', in the original plastic pouches, some with artwork applied to the outside, and with very mixed content as xeroxes, pamphlets, small objects, a dried pineapple, etc. but it has been inpossible to check for absolute completeness.

[#20230]

TAALBEELD-BEELDTAAL

Taalbeeld - Beeldtaal, Nederlandse Visuele dichters. Kunsthistorisch Instituut Amsterdam, 1975, A4 size, 13 pages, intro text by Frank Gribling. Contributions by Herman Damen, Pier van Dijk, Robert Joseph, Peter Meijboom, G.J.de Rook, U.G.Stikker. Extra: flyer of the exhibition Taalbeeld – Beeldtaal, 14 nov - 6 dec 1975, Kunsthistorisch Instituut Amsterdam

Price on request

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[#19377]

TABU 1.

ROCK LINGUISTICO. LINGUISTIC ROCK, JOAQUIM BRANCO, P. J. RIBEIRO Publisher: Totem, Cataguases, Brazil c. 1977

EUR 200.00

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Artist publication. Edited by J. Branco Black and white offset print. One folded sheet. Contributions by J. Branco and P.J. Ribeiro

[#17397]

DE TAFELRONDE

A set of the most important period: 56 numbers, between volumes 8 and 22 (out of a total of 24 volumes published): the period in which Henry CHOPIN was in the editorial board. 12 complete volumes (i.e. vols. 8, 9 11,12,13,14, 17, 19 , 20, 22) and 5 incomplete volumes (vols. 10,15,16,18).

EUR 3,000.00

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One of the rarest and most important Belgian literary journals. Focusing on the avant-garde, it became increasingly important for visual poetry and sound poetry. The offered numbers important because they comprise the period when HENRI CHOPIN was in the editorial board (FROM VOL. 9 TILL VOL. 22). Despite the fact that it was initially published only in the Dutch language, the journal attracted highly important international contributors, both literary as artistic. The following issues are present: 8: 1, 2, 3, 4/ 9: 1, 2/3, 4 / 10: 2, 4 / 11: 1, 2/3, 4/ 12: 1, 2, 3, 4/ 13: 1/2, 3/4 / 14: 1, 2, 3/4, 5/6 / 15: 1, 3/4 / 16: 2/3, 4/ 17: 1, 2/3, 4; 18: 1, 4 19: 1/2, 3/4 20: 1/2, 3/4; 22: 1/2, 3/4.

[#17618]

TAM TAM

Nos. 1, 2, 3/4, 5. Torino (I), Geiger 1972/3. 155x105 mm., softcovers. Offset.

EUR 800.00

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F. Beltrametti, M. Angioni, J. Blaine, C. Costa et al. The first and only 5 black covers issues designed by Giovanni Anceschi with the title in white presenting a progresive number of letters in different color, corresponding to the issue number.

[#17561]

TASCHENZEITUNG

Nummer 1-2 (all publ.). München, Maistrassenpresse, 1965-1966. Original illustrated wrappers, square 8vo. (First issue b/w, 76 pages; second issue 30 pages, leporello-printed with white paper between the double pages, printed b/w. on coloured stock.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Peter Reuss. Drucke der Jungen Akademie München, 1965-1966; typescript, offset. Texts by Guntram Vesper, Karl Krolow, Pitt Morell, Ulrich Raschke, Claire Goll, Pter Handke, Uwe Herms, Herman Kasack, Raoul Hausmann a.o.. Woodcuts and linocuts by Uli Kasten, Klaus Staeck, Klaus Lea, Otto Nebel and Gebhardt, Photographic illustrations by Michael Neusüss, Hannah Höch.

[#17473]

TAU/MA

Vol. 1-7. (all published). New York, Bologna, Firenze, 1976-1981. Together 39 booklets kept in original cardboard boxes; 4to. Ills. (The set is still in the original stirelene shipping containers which protected the fragile original grey cardboard boxes and kept them in unusually good condition).

EUR 4,500.00

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Complete set of this publication of visual and concrete poetry, presented in cardboard boxes containing small artists books in different sizes and typography. Edited by Achille Maramotti, Mario Diacono, Claudio Parmiggiani. Vol. 1: 1976. 5 issues, i.e.: Mario Diacono ('Hypercalipsis'); Claudio Parmiggiani ('Eraclito'); Torricelli ('Stechiotrono & Eubasé o follia'); Bauhaus ('Libro di un solo verso'). Vol. 2: 1976. 6 issues, i.e.: Vito Acconsi ('Plot'); Luigi Ballerini ('The Booke of the last of the Mohegans'); Julien Blaine ('Autopsies'); Heinz Gappmayr ('Aspekte'); Battista Della Porta ('Steganografie'); Jirí Kolár ('Gersaints Aushängeschild'). Vol. 3: 1977. 4 issues, i.e.: Haroldo De Campos ('Il maggio dell' Om ega'); Emilio Villa ('Alphabetum Coeleste'); Agnes Denes ('Paradox and Essence'); Raimondo di Sangro ('Parole Maestre'). Vol. 4: 1977. 7 issues i.e.: Joan Jonas ("Mirage"), JCT (""Thothality"), Adalgisa Lugli ("Teatro delle miserie e dei prodigi"), Ladislav Novák ("Testi 1961-1976"), Emilio Prini ("Zwei Texte"), Adriano Spatola ("Canrtico delle creature"); Aleksej Krucënych ("Semiviro").Vol. 5: 1978. 7 issues. Luciano Caruso ("Piccola teoria della citazione", Jochen Gerz ("Paul M."), Madeline Gins (Ïntend"), Giulia Noiccolai ("Facsimile"), Richard Nonas ("What do you know"), Michelangelo Pistoletto ("La Stanze"), Francesco Cangiullo ("Caffeconcerto"). Vol. 6: 1977. 8 issues, i.e.: Luciano Bartolini ('Kubla Khan'); JCT ('Maza'); Malavasi ('Storie vere ed extravere'); Sanguieti ('Papiro'); Carlo Severi ('Anticatarsi'); P. Vicinelli ('Apotheosys of a Schizoid Women'); B. Bonifacio ('Musarum liber XXV/Urania'); El Lissitzkij ('Di 2 quadrati'). Vol. 7: 1981. 2 issues, i.e.: 'Chlebnikov inedito' and issue with texts by Emilio Villa, Konrad B. Schäuffelen, Jannis Kounellis, Remo Guideri, Carlo Finale, a.o.

[#17909]

TECHNE

A PROJECTS AND PROCESS PAPER. Published in New York.(Experiments in Art and Technology, E.A.T.)

Volume 1 Nos.1-2 (all publ.). New York, Experiments in Art and Technology, April 14, 1969 - November 6, 1970. 12 pp. each. Folded tabloïds. 39×27,5 cm. (12); (12) pp. Illustrated. First issue folded one additional time. Excellent copies.

EUR 1,000.00

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The only two issues published of this spin-off from E.A.T.’s exhibition activities. Published by Billy Klüver. Layout by Tom Gormley. Contributions include: "The Pavillion" by Billy Klüver, (on the Pepsi pavillion of Expo '70), Fujiko Nakay (Making of Fog or low-hanging stratus cloud) , Interview with Claes Oldenburg, Experiments in Art and Technology (Brooklyn Museum), Naum Gabo (Kinetic sculpture), Max Neuhaus and Ted Wolff Interview, Niels Young, and Project, Artists in India, etc. Rare complete.

[#19662]

TECHNE (Tèchne)

Vol. 1-10 (consisting of 7 physical volumes: 1, 2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 9/10). Each volume is an assembling of loose contributions by various artists ,stapled twice in the left margin, with overlaying edges (ca. 34x25,4 cm.). Condition of this set is excellent. - Vol. 1: ottobre 1969. Antologia a cura di Eugenio Miccini,1969. Black front cover with the banderol stapled on; (condition near fine). - Vol. 2: dicembre 1969. Antologia a cura di Eugenio Miccini, 1969. Redazione: Pier Luigi Tazzi, Egidio Mucci, Gianni Broi. Red front cover, with the banderol; blank back cover. ( condition excellent ) - Vol. 3/4: Antologia a cura di Eugenio Miccini, 1970. Green front cover (detached from staples, with very small loss of paper), with the banderol printed, back cover blank;. Loose insert: large poster-size,folded 4 times: "Giuseppe Manigrosso,Techne 13 febbraio, Firenze, (a clean intact copyn with only some toning over the folds)"; and a signed contribution by De Vree; (condition very good) - Vol. 5/6: Antologia a cura di Eugenio Miccini, 1970. Yellow front cover, back cover printed in blue. With contribution Arcelli loosely laid in. Added: programma 'Arte per Arte', maggio/giugno 1970. (condition: excellent) - Vol. 7/8: Antologia a cura di Eugenio Miccini, 1970. Redazione: Pier Luigi Tazzi, Egidio Mucci, Gianni Broi, Giusi Coppini. Grey front cover, back cover printed in grey. With folded large size poster ("Montepulciano cripta del Gesu.etc"). And 4 other inserts (loose). (condition: back cover loosening from the staples, otherwise excellent) - Vol. 9/10: giugnio 1972. Antologia a cura di Eugenio Miccini, 1970. Violet front cover and blank back cover (pasted around stapled pages).(Condition excellent)

EUR 8,000.00

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TECHNÉ,an assembling published in Florence, was handmade from artists submissions (like "Geiger" which was published in Torino) , but with notably more political engagement. It was edited by Eugenio Miccini. Each number comprises ab. 60 sheets contributed by various artists and poets such as: Adriano Spatola, Sarenco, Bussotti, Gianni Bertini, Bernard Aubertin, Betto, Jean-François Bory, Giovanni Broi, John Cage, Luciano Caruso, Lino Centi, Gilo Dorfles, Josef M.FigueresWalter Fusi, Isgrò, Fabbio Mauri, Eugenio Miccini, Giovan Battista Nazzaro, Michele Perfetti, Oberto, Poggiali, Gabri Rossi, Renato Spagnoli, Giuseppe Chiari, Timm Ulrichs, Franco Vaccari, André Vandegeerd, Pierre Vandrepote, etc. There were 3 more volumes published (11/13, 14/16, 17/19), not offered here, in smaller size, and entirely printed (not containing loose contributions). These later volumes are offset printed,, sewn in card wrappers (22x16cm) and of less interest.

[#16266]

TEMBLOR

Numbers 1-10 (all publ.). North Hollywood: Temblor, 1985-1989. Original wrappers (nos.3 and 7 with light sunning to spines, otherwise fine).

EUR 450.00

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Edited by Leland Hickman. A vehicle for many of the so-called "language writers" including Kenneth Irby, Clark Coolidge, Charles Bernstein, Susan Howe, Lyn Hejinian, Ron Silliman, Gustaf Sobin, John Ashbery, Ronald Johnson, and many others both of and around that movement.

[#11224]

TEXTE UND ZEICHEN

Eine literarische Zeitschrift.

Jahrgang 1-3 (i.e. Nos. 1-16, all publ.). Berlin/Neuwied, 1955-1957. Original wrappers (light dustsoilage, otherwise good condition).

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Alfred Andersch. Contribs. incl.: Andersch, Thilo Koch ('Berlin die gegenwärtige Stadt'); Böll , Frisch, Kafka, Thomas Mann, Otten, Arp, Schnabel, Bense, André Bazin ('Der Film La Strada' with photographs), Celan, Enzesberger, Günter Grass, Greene, Thomas, Sartre, Neruda, Arp, Moravia, etc.. Ills.: Werner Heldt, Helmut Lortz, a.o. Vol. 2 & 3 havSamuel Beckett,e no index, possibly never published. (King p.43/4)

[#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 2,000.00

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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).

[#17503]

TH UINTA GARGOYLE

Number 1 (all publ.?). Salt Lake City: Rainbow Resin (1974). 4to. [6 pp]. Mimeogeraphed. One old horizontal fold, else near fine in side-stapled wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Karl Kempton. Entire issue devoted to Jack Hirschman's long poem "DJackson." Cover and artwork by Elaine Glenn. Addressed and mailed to Robert Duncan.

[#16727]

THIS

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Iowa City & Gloucester (1971-1982). First 7 stapled in original pictorial wrappers, later issues perfect-bound.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Barrett Watten and Robert Grenier. "language writing" periodical ,a landmark publication of the movement featuring Clark Coolidge, Michael Palmer, Bruce Andrews, Creeley, Ron Silliman, Saroyan, Grenier, Larry Eigner, Berkson, Palmer, Lyn Heginian, Bernstein, and many others. No. 6 focuses on the prose poem. (Secret Location pages 238-239). featuring Coolidge, Creeley, Silliman, Saroyan, Grenier, Eigner, Berkson, Palmer, Hejinian, Bernstein, and many others. No. 6 focuses on the prose poem. (Secret Location pages 238-239).

[#16383]

THROB

A magazine of deceptive poetry (no. 2 subtitled: a magazine of suppurating poetry).

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Manhattan Beach, California, 1971. Mimeographed, stapled in spine; original pictorial wrappers; 4to.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by F.A. Nettelbeck, with contributions by Connie Akins-Davis, Charles Bukowski, Randy Waterman, Leslie Sternberg, Douglas Blazek, Peter Fenton, Mark Browning, a.o. Front-covers by Maiden Head Graphics and Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

[#14765]

TIJD EN MENS

Tijdschrift van de nieuwe generatie.

Nos. 1-23 (=Years 1-5, all published). Mechelen, Aalst, Anderlecht, Antwerpen (De Sikkel), Sept./Oct.1949-June 1955. Orig. pictorial wrappers (some soilage, foxing or discoloration to some issues, in particular the covers of 9/10, 15 and 23; no. 16 with the cover of Podium; 4 pin-holes to the cover of no 1)

EUR 3,000.00

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Important periodical of the Belgian avant-garde group of the Fifties. Edited (and with contribs.) by (a.o.) Hans Andreus, Louis Paul Boon, Staf de Bruyckere, Hugo Claus,Lucebert, Rodenko, Maurice D'Haese, Hans van Ascker, Remy C. Van de Kerckhove, Freddy de Vree, Jan Walravens, Hugo Walschap, Marcel Wauters, Florent Welles, a.o.; translated work by Tristan Tzara, W.H.Auden, Marianne Moore, W-C Williams, Wallace Stevens, Bataille, Ungaretti, etc.; in no. 13: Claus, April in Paris/ Dali; Simon Vinkenoog; no. 16 variantcover Podium, december 1952 with identical content; in no. 18/19 feature: De Wereld van de Plastiek (contribs. by Klee, Gropius, Max Bill, Gio Ponti, Gaston Bertrand, Pierre Alechinsky, ); no. 14 with drawing on cover by Corneille; in no. 21/22 B. Brecht: Rat and die bildenden Kuenstler. With ills. and covers by Ray Gilles (2), Jan Vaerten (3), Rudolf Meerbergen (4), Pierre Alechinsky (5), Pol Mara (6), Ben Shahn (7), Stella Van der Auwera (8), Hugo Claus (9/10), Jan Cox (11/12), Tajiri (15), Paul van Ostaijen passport (17), Max Bill (18/19), Siryu Morita (20), Asger Jorn (21/22), Wilfredo Lam (23).

[#11289]

TLALOC

A magazine of the New Literature.

Nos. 6-22 (=last published), lacking 11 & 17-20. Leeds, Blackburn, London, 1965-1970. Mimeographed, stapled, 4to and large 4to; unbound, kept loose in folder. Fine copies. Together with: 13 issues of Tlaloc-Broadsheets, Loc-Sheets and News & Notes.

EUR 800.00

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Concrete-poetry publication, edited by Cavan McCarthy, a.o.; nos. 12 & 14 are at the same time 'How 6' and 'How 7', ed. by Andrew Lloyd. Contributions by J. Valoch, Anselm Hollo, Dom S. Houédard, E. Jandl, J.J.Sharkey, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Gael Turnbull, L.Novak, John Furnival, Alain Arias-Misson, Cavan McCarthy, Peter Finch, d.a.levy , Jim Burns, Michael Gibbs, Alvaro de Sa, etc. (No. 10 Special Canadian Issue).

[#19375]

TOTAL METAL (TÖTAL METAL)

Artist’s publication. Curated by Richard Phillips. Publisher: Simon Watson, New York, NY. nd [1990] Black offset print on white and color paper. Staple bound. Very good condition. Two staple holes near top left binding. 11 x 8.5” Unpaginated [92 pages]

EUR 450.00

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…"...to examine the ways in which contemporary artists have used, or have been influenced by, the Heavy Metal industry."... Contributions by: A. Agerbeek, Axel, A. Bickerton, K. Burckhart, J. Currin, J. Decter, J. Diamond, C. Donegan, A. Perlstein, T. Henry III, M. Kelley, D. Kloster, D. Kraker, B. Krasner, D. Trebitz, S. Landers, R. Lee, D. Levine, Lip Service LA, K. Lum, P. Martori, A. Morgana, V. Muniz, P. Nagy, C. Ostendarp, K. Landers, J. Otterson, R. Pettibone, P. Pockock, R. Pruitt, J. Early, A. Rockman, G. Simmons, D. Stoller, J. Watchel, and C. Wilder.

[#18730]

TRACKS

A journal of artists' writing

Vol. 1-3 (all publ.). New York, 1974-1977. Each volume in 3 numbers. together 9 numbers in 8 issues (vol.3 no 1/2 is double).8vo. Original pictorial wrappers (some light dustsoilage or tanning due to the quality of the glossy white carton). Complete set.

EUR 1,800.00

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Magazine devoted to the publication of the written work of visual artists. Editors: Herbert George, Kareen E. Lang, Peter Frank, Robin George. Contributions by (and texts of) Alberto Giacometti, Robert Indiana, Ad Reinhardt, Frank O'Hara, John Fernie, Nam June Paik, Arakawa, Richard Kostelanez, Barbara Kruger, Lucio Pozzi, Richard Prince, Claes Oldenburg, Barnett Newman, Sol Lewitt, Vito Acconci, Robert J. Horvitz, Dorothy Alexander, Jean Dubuffet, Francis Picabia, Gino Severini, Alice Aycock, Jiri Kolar, Michael Robbins, Piet Mondrian, Opal Nations a.o.

[#15871]

TRANS > arts, cultures, media

Vol. 1 no 2. New York 1996. 26x21 cm. 149 pages, ills. Original wrappers. Fine. -Together with: -Vol.8. New York 2000. 26 x 21 cm, 323 pages and ills. - Vol.9/10. New York 2001. 26 x 21 cm, 369 pages, ills.; original wrappers. - Together with Paul McCarthy´s "TRANS>gum" an edible image of Santa Claus, hand silk-screened onto an 26 x 21 cm large piece of chewing gum". (Note": the chewing gum dried out and broken, but complete and kept under plastic foil).

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Sandra Antelo-Suarez . Texts in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Vol. 1 no 2: "Concerns the inter-disciplinary trespassing of different activities and fields, cities, globalization and information technology, ....". projects by Meyer Vaisman & Marina Abramovic , Aziz & Cucher, Sigfredo Chacón, Eugenio Dittborn, José Gabriel Fernandez, Ilya Kabakov, Guillermo Kuitca, Diana Lopez, Cildo Meireles, Alfredo Ramirez, Julia Scher. Vol. 8:"Concerns artistic and archi-tectural interventions in megacities, relationaship between art and a work of art, ...". Orig.prijects of McCarthy ("TRANS-gum"), Olafur Eliasson (Synaesthetics, a scratch and sniff project: 8 cents are imprinted in the pages and the reader is invited to reveal them ), Cabelo ("Cefaló-pode Heptópode" a sketch of a performance), Minerva Cuevas (introduces "new products" by Mejor Vida corp., which are donated free of charge through the website), Janet Cardiff (Drogan´s Nightmare),Lee Mingwei (Headlands ). Vol. 9/10 projects by Tacita Dean, Janet Cardiff, Arturo Herrera, Marjetica Potrc, Paul Ramírez Jonas, Bonnie Collura, Beatriz Milhazes.

[#11318]

TRANSIT

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Beuningen (Stichting Brummense Uitgeverij van Luxe Werkjes), 1975 - (1976). Hcloth, marbled boards, in-folio. Illustrations & photographs. 108, 122, 242 pp. Limited edition of 150 copies. In mint condition. TOGETHER WITH: Transit. Tijdschrift aan de Muur, Red. Hans Brand, Jan Brand, Maarten Beks, Nathalie Bouvy, Pierre Borgue, Geurt van Dijk, André Miguel, Urias Nooteboom, Wim Scheepens, uitgever De Moriaan; Gemeentelijke Tentoonstellingsdienst ‘s-Hertogenbosch, 1977, A4 format, ringbinded, 69 pp. (VERY RARE)

EUR 1,600.00

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Luxurious publication, featuring conceptual art and visual poetry from all European countries. Edited by Maarten Beks, Pierre Borgue, Nathalie Bouvy, Hans Brand, Jan Brand, Geurt van Dijk, Urias Nooteboom, Wim Scheepens, Hans Witte; contribs. by , André Miguel, Peter v.d. Feltz, Ad Gerritsen, G. v.h. Reve, Raymond Abellio, Gilberte Aigrisse, Armando, John Baldessari, Anna Banana, Ben, Christian Boltanski, Pierre Borgue, Ulisses Carion, Luciano Castelli, Pierre Dhainaut, Leonor Fini, Michael Gibbs, Paul Grégoire, J.Pierre Jossua, J. Klauke, Kurt Kren, Richard Lond, André Miguel, Luigio Ontani, Arnulf Rainer, Henri Raynal, Gerard Reve, Stefan Verwey, Herman de Vries, etc., etc.; thematic issues: No. 1 'Taal Beeld Taal / Langage Image Langage / Sprache Image Sprache / Language Image Language'; No. 2 'Mirror / Spiegel / Miroir'; No. 3 'Translation, Transformation'. All issues richly illustrated with photographs, drawings, inserts, tipped-in ills., etc. texts in Dutch, English, French and German. = The exhibition catalog contains an introduction and 69 contributions (mostly photo-portraits) of international concrete artists.

[#18740]

IL TRISEGNO

Tam Tam Books, San Polo d'Enza and Parma, Italy. 1982-1984. Limited to 100 copies, on behalf of Edizioni Geiger. Offered here are Nos. 9-16 and 18 (from the serie of 21 published), each one being an original silkscreen, numbered and signed by the artist.

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by William Xerra. 1983: - 9. Arrigo Lora Totino, "Rosa poem", 11/100 - 10 .Luigi Pasotelli, "Lapidazione", 11/100 - 11. Mauro Staccioli, "Scultura urbana", 11/100 - 12. Giuliano Zosi, "Riapparire", 11/100 - 13. Arrigo Lora-Totino. "Les Roseraies à rosaces."Sei variazioni sul tema della rosa"(6 silkscreens, artist-proof). 1984: - 14. Luciano. Caruso. "i suois lunghi guanti viola (Nadja)-1961".80/100 -15. Corrado Costa. "Per une amore infidele". Artistproof, signed -16. William Xerra."Silenzio, comparsa occhio maggior dell'altro". 91/100 - 18.Sergio Cena. "Plic Poem, 1983". 86/100 The complete set consisted of 21 numbers in 5 boxes.

[#17577]

TROBAR

Nos 1-5 (all published). NY: Troubador Press. Robert Kelly, 1960-1964. Five issues, very good copies except for light sunning/tanning to the spine of 1 and 5.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by George Economou with Joan and Robert Kelly. With contributions across the numbers from the editors and Robert Duncan (No. 1 prints his Four Pictures of the Real Universe), Jerome Rothenberg, Jackson Mac Low, LeRoi Jones, Hitchcock, Snyder, Lamantia, Margaret Randall, Louis Zukofsky, Lansing, Schwerner, John Wieners, Charles Olson, Anselm Hollo, Robert Duncan, a.o.;

[#19989]

TROPOS

No. 0 and Nos. 1-8 (all published). Madrid, Tropos, 1970-1973. - No. 0 Cuaderno Literario Conjunto 200x195 mm., soft covers, 48pp. -No. 1, Ceremonias alquímicas: sq.18,5 softcovers, 84pp. -No.2: 19x18cm., softcovers, 80pp. No. 3/4 Pintura española actual: 20x19 cm., softcovers, 188pp. With publicity band intact. -No. 5, El "poder" de la lengua y la palabra: 20x19cm., soft covers, 78pp. (Red and black ball-point pen inscriptions in pag. 3). - No. 6: 22x19cm., soft covers, 78pp. l. - No, 7/8 (and the last): 22x19cm., soft covers, 191pp. Cover by Antoni Tapies. Well preserved set.

EUR 2,000.00

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Pprogressive spanish periodical, thematic issues edited by Victor Zalbidea (Editorial Sicania, Valencia). No. 0: Contributions by V.Zalbidea, F. Encinas et al. Texts by Sade,Masoch and Gombrowicz. No. 1 Contributions by Artaud, Tabano, Zalbidea, Paracelso et al. No.2 Contributions by Alfred Jarry, Grupo Cantor, Victor Zalbidea, John Lennon et al. Including ZAJ's Zaj es Zaj porque Zaj no es Zaj (pag. 19 -22). No. 3/4 Antonio Saura, Equipo Crónica, Sempere, Lucio Muñoz, Antonio López, Arranz Bravo, Bartolozzi, Luis Gordillo et al. No. 5 Contributions by W. Burroughs, J.L. Castillejo, Gertrude Stein,. Zalbidea et al. (36 Biennal de Venecia, ed poder de la lengua y la palabra. No. 6 Chillida, Buñuel, Wilhelm Reich, Ezra Pound et al. No. 7/8 Cover by Antoni Tapies. Contributions by U. Baldacci, J. E. Cirlot, Goytisolo, Muntadas, Terrades, Vazquez Montalban, Zalbidea et al.

[#20211]

UECKER ZEITUNG

Heft 0, 1-9 ( from 10 published), including the zero number, thus 10 (out of 11). numbers Dortmund, Düsseldorf, August 1968-1982. Large tabloid-size (the Zero-issue slightly smaller), folded across, printed on newsprint, later issues on heavier (better) paper.

EUR 1,800.00

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Copyright: Günther Uecker, Düsseldorf. Redaktion und Mitarbeit: Halina Jaworski, Wolfgang Mally, Peter Moritz Pickshaus, Mario Reis, Yoshio Shirakawa, Eberhard Virnich, Friedrich Götz. With numerous photographs and texts by Uecker a.o., documenting work by Uecker (e.g. no 0: Uecker Giant Nail Sculpture penetrating the front of a shopping-mall, etc.) but also featuring work by other artistshe fancied, after the disbanding of the Zero Group.

[#20285]

UECKER ZEITUNG

Heft 0, 1-10 (all published, complete set). Dortmund, Düsseldorf, August 1968-1983.. Large tabloid-size (the Zero-issue slightly smaller), folded across, printed on newsprint, later issues on heavier (better) paper. Heft 1/69 with the attached Manifest "Ein Künstler ist ein Erfinder". No. 8 with the poster (identical to the front cover) for the exhivition "Uecker und seine Schüler",Gelsenkirchen 1981. Added: an issue published in 2015, Heft 11, numbered 11/15 for the exhibition May 2015 in Düsseldorf.

EUR 2,400.00

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Copyright: Günther Uecker, Düsseldorf. Redaktion und Mitarbeit: Halina Jaworski, Wolfgang Mally, Peter Moritz Pickshaus, Mario Reis, Yoshio Shirakawa, Eberhard Virnich, Friedrich Götz. With numerous photographs and texts by Uecker a.o., documenting work by Uecker (e.g. no 0: Uecker Giant Nail Sculpture penetrating the front of a shopping-mall, etc.).Rare complete set of Ueckers selfpublished publication for his work (which often featured associated artists favoured by him) following the disbanding of the Zero group. .

[#17669]

ULULATUS

A magazine of Modern Poetry

Vol 1 no 1 (all publ.). Fort Smith, Arkansas, 1978. 215x140 mm., stapled in plain wrappers., 44pp..

EUR 150.00

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"to howl, as a dog or a wolf ". Editor: Jay Vines. Contributions by Jim E. Brown, Marjorie Simon, Jim Peterson, Joan Coley, Daniel M. J. Stokes, D. H. lloyd, Carol Dunne, Matthew Brennan, Christine Zawadiwsky, David Vajda a.o.

[#15818]

UND

Zeitschrift für angebliche literatur & andere branchenunübliche kommunikationsformen.

Nr. 1. München: Maro-verlag, 1970. Narrow octavo, 20 pages, and numerous illustrations and advertisements for several publishing houses (mimeographed; stapled).

EUR 250.00

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Poetry magazine, edited by Michael Czernich. This copy is one of the "numerierte von acht autoren signierte sonderausgabe". Signed by ulrich raschke, guntram vesper, josef wintjes, michael m. czernich, anfrid astel, benno käsmayr, tiny stricker and manfred bosch.

[#20166]

UND

Numbers 1, 2 and 3 - Edition & Verlag Boczkowki. Edition & verlag für Tendenz und Experiment". Number. 1: 1968: "Contra-texte". ein regel / leger nie. contra-texte in X lektionen". Author: Reinhold Koehler Editor & Publisher: Edition & Verlag Boczkowki. Kassel. 24 unnumbered pages. : 13´5 x 17 cms. offset ( red and black ink) on coated paper 100 grms aprox. Covers: coated cardboard of 120 grms aprox. Printed by: Erich George printing house, Kassel. Binding: stapled Number 2. 1969. : Gersaints Aushängeschild Authors : Jiří Kolář and Reinhold Koelher. Editor & Publisher: Edition & Verlag Boczkowki. Kassel 13´5 x 17 cms. 24, unnumbered pages. offset on matte paper 100 grms aprox. Covers on black and red ink typography on cardboard 120 grms aprox. Printed by: Boxan printing house, Kassel. Stapled. Number 3: 1970. Year: 1970: Suprematistische Zeichnungen by Kasimir Malewitsch Translator (from russian to german): Kassel language school Editor & Publisher: Edition & Verlag Boczkowki. Kassel 13´5 x 17 cms. 16, unnumbered. offset on coated paper of 80 grms aprox. covers the same. Printed by: Boxan printing house, Kassel. :Stapled

EUR 900.00

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The first 3 of what became a series of 8 booklets, each one dedicated to a single author´s artist book.. The last one was published in 1970. The booklets were to accompany portfolio publications. Very rare.

[#19442]

UNE LETTRE DE LA FENETRE

(Ed.: Ben Vautier)

No. 1 (Fevrier) 1973. / - tout - rien - n'importe quoi - le contraire - / Ben et Annie - Rue Tondutti de L'Escaren - Nice, by Ben Vautier. 8 pages, 27x21 cm., with 7 illustrations (Ben,Duchamp,Olivier Mosset, Takako), texts by Marcel Alocco, , Ben "Position et programme pour La Fenetre", "L'avant-garde en France" ), Remi Escault, Roland Flexner, Sabine Gowa , George Brecht .

EUR 400.00

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Printed letter from Ben's Galerie "La Fenetre"., the basement of the house opposite Ben's Shop where he rented the ground floor (with the window).

[#16775]

UNICORN JOURNAL

Volumes 1-4 (all publ.). Santa Barbara: Unicorn Press (1968-1972). Four volumes, the first in boards and jacket (near fine), the second in decorated boards without jacket, as issued (near fine), the last two in wrappers, as issued (small spot to back cover of 4)

EUR 350.00

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Edited by Teo Savory. Annual, featuring literature in translation. Concrete poems by Gomringer & Rothenberg; work by Merton, Joseph Brodsky, James Tate, Guillevic, Char, Horst, Bienek, Philip Levine, James Welch, and many others.

[#17132]

UNTITLED ASSEMBLING.

Asembling, 33 contribution in folder. Breda (NL), De Beeldenaar 1980. (30 x 21 cm).

EUR 1,000.00

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Assembling project by Marius Boender. 33 original contributions (DIN A4), different techniques (Xerox, gouache, rubber stamps, original additions, objects, etc., most of them numbered and signed), assembled in an edition of ca. 60 copies. Contributions by K. Giezen, U. Carrion, M. Gibbs, M. Toebosch, S. Peeters and others.

[#18521]

VDRSVPVDRSVP

[Numbers 1-3 all published with the Madison WI Underground Newspaper KALEIDOSCOPE]. 1969 . July 4-17, Aug. 29 - Sept. 11, and n.d. Nova Broadcast, 1969.(San Francisco (Athens, New York, Cologne,LA, Paris,Mannheim : Nova Broadcast Press). Rare copies of these fragile broadsides, in very good condition.

EUR 1,700.00

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Broadsides distributed as supplements to Kaleidoscope. Edited By Norman Ogue Mustill and Jan Jacob Herman. Single sheets, folded up to three times. Printed front and back in a 7-column newpaper format, with photocompositions. No. 1: Contains Burroughs (The Moving Times), Weissner ( Death TV) , Nanos Valaoritis (The story of Scroloboulopoulos) along with work by Mary Beach, Alan Ansen and the editors. This was inserted into the second section of the July 4-17 issue of the Madison WI Underground Newspaper KALEIDOSCOPE. No. 2: 'We pick up where the hen leaves off. .An investment in the smell of rotten eggs". Contributions by Carl Solomon (War), A. Rooney & S. Beiles (Collectors corner), Alan Ansen (Professor Joe, a candidate for the presidency), N.O.Mustill (2 photocollages), Wolf Vostell ( Four Instant Happenings,1968 and a serigraph), J.J.Herman (collage), Jochen Gerz (photocomposition), Carl Weisner (photocomposition), Allen Ginsberg, James Silver, Carl Weissner, Harold Norse, and several others. This issue probably published as Broadsheet, inserted into the second section of the July Aug. 29 - Sept. 11 issue of the Milwaukee (Wisconsin) underground newspaper Kaleidoscope. A third issue was published Nova Broadcast, 1969. No. 3:Nr. 3: "Artists all/find a dark corner/sit down/place youyr right calf on back of neck/place left calf on right shin/and suck+++weather/zonk". " An army of technicians stand vehind our product". The third and last issue of the artists' periodical, with contributions from the editors, Herman (A dangerous opiate) ; Carl Weisner (Stasis Inc.); Jeff Nuttal (drawing), N.O.Mustill( photocomposition, The Vietnam Question); Wolf Vostell (Miss America, photocomposition); Jochen Gerz (Theory of mobile texts); Alison Knowles (The big book, phtocomposition); Claude Pelieu; Sinclair Beiles (Notes from a tour); J.J.Lebel (Erotic traveller); , Carl Solomon (The adventures of Zig-Zag), and Gail Chiarello Dusenberry, Nanos Valaoritis. Nova Broadcast, 1969.

[#15860]

IL VERRI

Rivista di letteratura diretta da Luciano Anceschi.

(Series 1:) Anno 1-5 (complete in 26 numbers). Milano, Rusconi e Paolazzi Editori, 1956-1961. Continued as: (Series 2:) Nos. 1-40 (all publ.). Milano, Feltrinelli, 1962-1972. Continued as: (Series 3-9: ) Together 64 numbers (all and last published). Milano, edizioni del Verri; Mucchi editore. Marzo 1973 - settembre/dicembre 1995. All in the original pictorial wrappers, in perfect state of conservation. With Autograph dedication by Anceschi to Eugenio Montale on the inside cover of Number 1.

EUR 4,000.00

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Complete collection of this famous art and literary periodical founded in Milano by Luciano Anceshi (who died in 1995, after which the publication came to an end). Named after the café "verri"in Milano where young intellectuals like Nanni Balestrini, Antonio Porta, Giuseppe Pontiggia, Eduardo Sanguinetti, Elio Pagliarani, Alfredo Giusliani and others gathered. It became the organ of the 'neoavantgardia' of the sixties, and the exponent of the "Gruppo 63" (which was created after the conference in Palermo in 1963). An exceptional complete ensemble of all the various stages of this publication.

[#18018]

VERS UNIVERS

Tijdschrift voor spatialisme (Later: Tijdschrift voor evolutieve poëzie).

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Ed. F. Vanderlinde, Rotterdam, 1966-1967. Orig. wrappers (slight wear on the spines).

EUR 3,000.00

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Ed. by Frans Vanderlinde, journal for "evolutive poetry", concrete poetry etc.),roneotyped ,with orig. art supplements and graphics; illustrated covers designed by L. Peire, Jan Snoeck (silkscreens). Also numbered as Year 6 nos. 2-3 and Year 7 nos. 4 & 6, since the editor continued the numbering of the periodical "Kentering" (which he left after Year 5). Subtitle of no. 3 "Pour le souffle humain", Subtitle of no. 4 "Pour le soufle créateur". Contribs. include: Hansjörg Mayer, H. Clavin, H. Damen, P. Garnier, M. Seuphor, Paul de Vree, Ivo Vroom, Marcel Maele, Herman de Vries, Molitor, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Arthur Petronio, Frans Vanderline a.o.

[#6660]

VERTIGRAL

Ergual pir oorlogosin biriburt. P

Paris, July 15, 1932., 4 pages, folio; unbound as issued (with light traces of folding).

EUR 1,000.00

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Concerned with language innovation, edited by Eugene Jolas, with Vincent Huidobro, Hans Arp, Georges Peterson (who was the director). Very rare periodical, inspired by 'Vertigralism', the movement that Jolas had developed in Transition. "Vertigralism adopted the irrational aspects of Surrealism, but did not care to accept the idea of automatic writing or the surrealist Communist political bias (...) and wished to stress language innovation, never a primary concern of Surrealism." (Hofman,Allen & Ulrich, The Little Magazine). Texts and poems in German, French and English from Jolas, Huidobro, Gabrielle Buffet, Hans Arp, Georges Peterson, Léon-Paul Fargue. (Not in Vasseur, Admussen and the Cat.Collectif de la BN).

[#18666]

VH 101 (CENT UN)

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). Zürich, Paris, 1970-1972. Original pictorial wrappers (25x19, last 2 numbers 27x18,5cm). Wrappers, very good copies.

EUR 1,000.00

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French journal for contemporary & avant-garde art and literature, ed. by François Esslier & Brigitte Devismes. Several numbers dealing with a theme: L'Art Conceptuel; Musique Contemporaine; Cinéma d'Avant-Garde; l'Architecture et l'Avant-Garde artistique en URSS de 1917-1934; contribs. include: Peter Handke, Andy Warhol, G. Ligeti, Roland Barthes, C. Levi-Strauss, J. Kosuth, Sol Lewitt, etc. as follows: N° 1 printemps 1970 (Andy Warhol «Comment devenir un homosexuel professionnel», OttoHahn, Peter Handke, Martial Raysse, György Ligeti, David Lamelas, Daniel Buren, Carl André, Michael Heizer, Piero Manzoni); N° 2 (été 1970) : La Théorie. (Roland Barthes, Pierre Bourdieu, Yona Friedman, Lucien Goldmann, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Jean-François Lyotard, André Martinet, J.B. Pontalis, O. Revault d'Allonnes, Robbe-Grillet, Philippe Sollers, B. Teyssèdre, Vasarely); N° 3 (automne 1970) : Art conceptuel.(Catherine Millet, Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, D. Lamelas, Victor Burgin, Lawrence Weiner, A. Kirili, Mel Bochner, Joseph Kosuth, Marcel Duchamp (with Otto Hahn), Y-A Bois, Jasper Johns, Villeglé, E. Copferman, V. Garcia, O. Hahn); N° 4 (hiver 1970-71) : Musique contemporaine (Pierre Boulez, John Cage, Morton Feldman, Philip Glass, Jagodic, Kagel, La Monte Young, Steve Reich, Sitta, Stockhausen, Pierre Mariétan); N° 5 (printemps 1971): Supports/surfaces (Devade, Dezeuze, Bioulès, Saytour, Cane, Viallat, Valensi. - Carmelo Bene, Daniel Buren, Marcelin Pleynet, Philippe Sollers, Lawrence Weiner, Bernar Venet, Jack Burnham); N° 6 (1972) Cinéma d'avant-garde (Jean-Paul Fargier, Gérard Leblanc. Jean-Louis Perrier, Sol Lewitt (5 drawings), D. Huebler, J. Burnham [Marcel Duchamp, la signification du Grand Verre]; N° 7/8 (printemps-été 1972) : L'architecture et l'avant-garde artistique en URSS de 1917 à 1934 (unpublished texts by Ehrenbourg, Tretiakov, Ladovskij, Dokoutchaief, Bounine & Krouglovoj, Ruchljadev & Krinsky, Berlage, Grosz, Lurçat, Paul Nizan. Etudes de F. Dal Co, M. Tafuri, V. de Feo, G. Giucci, M. de Michelis, F. Very, G. Kraiski, V. Quilici, B. Cassetti); N° 9 (automne 1972) : (Germano Celant , Le livre comme travail artistique", Gérard Leblanc, le Groupe d'Etude et Réalisation Musicales, M. Cacciari.)

[#15636]

VIDEATION

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

EUR 200.00

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

[#6706]

VIEW

Interviews by Robin White.

Vol. 1-4 ( all publ.). Oakland, California 1978-1986. Together 30 issues (22,8 x 18 cm). Kept in publisher's printed paper covered slipcases. Light wear on the boxes, in particular box 3, otherwise in very good condition.

EUR 1,200.00

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Interviews by Robin White with: John Cage, Barry, Pat Steir, Steve Reich, Tom Marioni, Hans Haacke, Robert Mangold, Chris Burden, Daniel Buren, Jannis Kounellis, Bryan Hunt, Brice Marden, Joyce Kozloff, Joel Fisher, Italo Scanga, Fr. Clemente, Joan Jonas, W.T. Wiley, Terry Fox, Iain Baxter, Vito Acconci, Howard Fried, Laurie Anderson, Robert Kushner, Robert Bechle, Hamish Fulton, Günter Brus, Tom Holland, David True, William Brice. With ills.

[#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.

[#18934]

VISION

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). San Francisco, Sept.1975-1981. Complete set in 3 issues roy. 8vo., 1 gramophone record and a box with photographs. Limited ed. of 1000 copies. Rare complete set. Very good to pristine condition, only no. 1 with very light damage to the edges.

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by Tom Marloni, curator of the Museum of Conceptual Art in San Francisco. -No. 1: California -No. 2: Eastern Europe. -No. 3: New York. -No. 4: Word of Mouth, prepared talks by 12 artists (Laurie Anderson, Daniel Buren, John Cage etc.).Complete with pamphlet describing Vision and the meeting; -No. 5: Artists' Photographs. With the collaboration of: Claes Oldenburg, Ed. Ruscha, Daniel Buren, John Cage, Georges Maciunas, Hans Haacke, Carl Andre, Lawrence Weiner, Wolf Vostell, a.o.

[#19247]

VISUAL

Publicació de Film Video Informació

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

EUR 700.00

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

[#20164]

VOU

Revue de la Poésie Experimentale

Number 136. May 1973. Japan. Editor: Kitasono Katué. Publisher: Club Vou, Tokyo. 48 pages in original orange wrappers; 21 x 19 cm. With ll,ustrations and photographs.Stapled (stapled rusted). Condition is a bit awkward, it is clean but has been damaged (probably in the mail) wrinkled, bended and folded in various directions. Text and illustrations are undamaged when flattened.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Kitasono Katué, to whom te first contemporary Japanese visual poem is attributed (1902–1978). He began his career in surrealism current before founding, in July 1935, the magazine VOU. It fwas the organ of the association of the same name, and continued without interruption until his death in 1978 (with number 160). The word "VOU", sometimes pronounced "Vaou", sometimes "Vô", and which in the purest Dadaist tradition means nothing, was invented by Fujitomi Yasuo. It was through VOU that the first links of Japanese visual poetry with the concrete international movement were created. The magazine was known abroad and its director maintained abundant correspondence with several poets such as Haroldo de Campos, Eugen Gomringer, LC. Vinholes, (grupo Noigandres) Pierre Garnier, some of which became members of the Vou association. There were three Japanese magazines of contemporary visual poetry: VOU, Kitasono Katsue éd. 1935-1978 (150 numbers), ASA, Niikuni Seiichi éd. 1965-1974 (7 numbers). and SHISHI , Yoshizawa Shôji éd. 1981-1992 (30 numbers)

[#15844]

WALLPAPER

Nos. 1-5/6. New Paltz,NY / London. September-December 1974 -June 1976. Folio; original wrappers, made from heavy wallpaper, different for each number. (Ltd. ed. of 200 copies, resp. 260 copies ). Cover of no 4 lightly shaven,spine of no 1 with small defect and faint library stamp, otherwise in excellent condition.

EUR 1,800.00

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Rare (near) set: Artistic & literary quarterly, published co-operativerly by the contributings editors. First number compiled by Anthony Howell and Fiona Templeton, contibuting editors: Richard Bernas, Susan Bonvin, David Coxhead, Andrew Eden, Susan Hiller, Anthony Howell, Anthony McCall, Richard Quarrell, Bill Shephard, Amikam Toren, Susan Hiller, Anthony Howell, Anthony McCall, Richard Quarrell, Bill Shepherd, Amikam Toren, and John Welch. a.o. A variety of contributions e.g. Fiona Templeton; Lynne Tillman; Susan Hiller ("More excerpts from 'Dream Mapping' "); Carolee Schneemann ("Recent Work"); Carla Liss; John Sharkey; Anthony Howell ("Depression Poem"); Allen Fisher; Paul Buck; Annabel Nicolson; Daniel Dahl; Susan Bonvin; Harley Gabel (musical scores); Anthony McCall; and David Coxhead. As far as our information goes there was only a 7th number published. The ISSN is 0307-5834.

[#17134]

WAM.

Assembling. (Probably the only issue):SIC. Zwolle (NL), 1982. Xeroxed sheets and objects in envelope (300x210 mm.

EUR 200.00

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Addressed to De Appel Foundation, c/o Wies Smals. Edition of 30 numbered and signed copies. Anonymous contributors.

[#16632]

WCH WAY

Nos. 1-5 (all publ., number 5 published with New Wilderness 12). Bloomington: Double Pelican (1975-1982). Five issues, in slightly rubbed original wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Jed Rasula and Ron Barnard. Contributions by Thomas Meyer, John Oliver Simon, Enslin, Howad McCord, Kenneth Irby, John Cage, David Antin, MacLow, Malanga, Dorn, Coolidge, Barrett Watten, Paul Metcalf, others. A trade-sized journal, about 200 pp each. Wch Way 5 was issued as a combined issue with New Wilderness 12, in the latter journal's format. No. 5 ed by Don Byrd, , Jed Rasula, Jerome Rothenberg is an ASSOCIATION COPY, with laid-in ephemera INSCRIBED by editor Jad Rasula; made out to Ken Mikolowski of the Detroit-area Alternative Press:

[#19016]

WEDGE

Nos. 1-8 (all publ.). New York, NY, Wedge Press, 1982-1985. Orig.wrappers, 22,5x22 cm. (small stain on frontcover of no 1, small defect to bottom-spine no 3/5; but altogether a very good set)

EUR 1,400.00

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Edited by Phil Mariani and Brian Wallis. With numerous illustrations, b/w; text in two columns. No. 1: An Aesthetic Inquiry”72pp. Contributors: Art Papier (Interview with Joseph Beuys), G.A.A.G., Jenny Holzer, Jonathan Crary a.o. No. 2:The Spectacle” 74pp. Contributors: Richard Prince. Guy Debord, Pat Thomson, Michael Oblowitz, Jonathan Crary, Barbara Krugera.o. No. 3/4/5: Partial Texts: Essays & Fictions: 14 booklets, different format in folder. Kathy Acker, Silvia Kobowski, Nan Becker, Reese Williams, Mathew Geller, Richard Milazzo, Roberta Allen, Theresa H.K. Cha, Harry Condoleon, John Fekner, Candace Hill, Gary Indiana, Sarah Charlesworth and Phil Mariani. No. 6: Sexuality : Re/Positions. Guest editor: Silvia Kolbowski. 72pp. Contributors: Victor Burgin, Jean-François Lyotard, Judith Barrya.o. No. 7/8:The Imperialism of Representation, The Representation of Imperialism” 131pp. Contributors: Edward Said, Jurgen Habermas, Noam Chomsky, Jonathan Crary, Edward Herman, Gayatri Spivak, Jean-Luc Godard a.o.

[#18854]

WERKSTATT ASPEKT

"Werkstatt: Verein zur Förderung moderner Kunst".

Nos. 1-3 (all publ). Wien, 1964-1972. 4to, unbound, untrimmed.(32 pages +insert; 18 pp.+ insert; 52 pp + Errata). 29,5x21,5 cm; first 2 spine-stapled, no. 3 ringbound. First number has typographic frontcover, the others are illustrated. Very rare complete set.

EUR 1,800.00

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Journal for conceptual art and concrete and visual poetry, edited by Horst Lothar Renner, Gotttfried Schlemmer, and H. Hendrich (No.3), Artistic contributions by Chr.L.Attersee, P.Weibel, V. Export, Friedrich Knilli, Moucle Blackout (photomontages), a.o Contributions by the editors and Friedrich Achleitner, H.C.Artmann, Konrad Bayer, Eugen Gomringer, Max Bense, Brigitta Schlemmer, Peter Weibel, S.D.Sauerbier, Heinze Peter Hellmuth. Number 2 entitled: Avangard zwischen Kunst und Massenkultur; Number three entitled "Die Medien als Instrumente zur Erlhaltung des status quo" with tele and kynetic arts.

[#19994]

WESTEAST

Assembling Magazine

WESTEAST: - VERBO-VOCO-VISUAL - ASSEMBLING MAGAZINE Number 5 / August 1980 Coast Gallery Piran 1980. And Gallery of the National University "Brace Stamenkovič " Beograd 1980. . Heavy boards, linen coveed, 30 x 23 x 3 cm. Approx. 250 pp. All original contributions, limited edition of 300 (this numbered 271) Handsigned by Luiz g. Neto.

EUR 3,000.00

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Editors Franci Zagoričnik and Zivko ladnik. Anthology: collages, object montages, visual poetry and some theoretical texts in English, Slovenian, Croatian. Fine.

[#20027]

WESTEAST PARTISAN PEOPLE

Westeast Partisan People. Anthology: Catalogue. Galerija Skuc, Ljubljana, 1979, Ed. by Franci Zagoricnik – Zivko Kladnik. (Westeast No. 17 – 1979) CARDBOARD FOLDER; 32 24 x 3 cm, ca. p. 254 (contributions by 100 artists) photocopy, collage, handmade contributions, offset etc. LIMITED EDITON 300 (this no. 129): Fine.

EUR 2,000.00

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Contributions by Oresta Amato, Ivo Antic, Keith Armstrong,John Furnival,:icoamp Ori, Sarenco, Tóth, Timm Ulrichs etc.

[#18164]

WHITEWALLS

A Magazine of Writings by Artists.

No. 4. Chicago: WhiteWalls (1980). First edition. 62 pp. illustrated wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Artists magazine, edited by Buzz Spector, Reagan Upshaw, Rebecca Upshaw. Important issue for Richard Prince. Presents a prose work titled, “from Moving by Wading More Than Swimming.” Prince’s second appearance in WhiteWalls, and fourth periodical appearance overall.

[#18781]

WITTE DE WITH

Publ. By Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam.

Cahiers Nos 1 - 7 (all published). Rotterdam. Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf 1993 - 1998. First 3 numbers in de-luxe edition.

EUR 900.00

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- Cahier No 1 (contr. by Hermann Pitz, Jessica Stockholder, Raoule Keyser, a.o.; cover-design: Lawrence Weiner), 196p., 2000 cop.; deluxe edition: 25 cop., numb/signed by Weiner, Witte de With,Rotterdam/Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf, 1993 deluxe edition - Cahier No 2 (contr. by Daniel Buren, Jef Geys, a.o.;cover-design: Daniel Buren), 212p., 2000 cop; deluxe edition: 25 cop., cover-design by Buren, each copy different, Wittede With, Rotterdam/Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf, 1994 - Cahier No. 3 (contr. by Daniel Buren, Stanley Brouwn, DianaThater, a.o.; cover-design by Diana Thater), 180p., 2000 cop.very small defect to spine; ;deluxe edition: signed by Thater, Witte de With, Rotterdam/Richter Verlag,Düsseldorf, 1995 deluxe edition - Cahier No. 4 (contr. by Eleanor Bond, Brandt Junceau, a.o.;cover-design by Hermann Pitz), 220p., 2000 cop., Witte de With,Rotterdam/Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf, 1995 - Cahier No. 5 (contr. by Carl Andre, Yvonne Dröge-Wendell, a.o.; cover-design by Jan Dibbets), 192p., 2000 cop., Witte de With, Rotterdam/Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf, 1996 - Cahier No. 6 (contr. by Tacita Dean, Craigie Horsfield, a.o.;cover-design by Uri Tzaig), 172p., 2000 cop., Witte de With,Rotterdam/Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf, 1997 - Cahier No. 7 (contr. by Pierre Bismuth, William Engelen, a.o.;cover-design by Rita McBride), 184p., 2000 cop., Witte de With,Rotterdam/Richter Verlag, Düsseldorf, 1998

[#18783]

WITTE DE WITH

Publ. By Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam.

Set of 3 boxes containing original work by Maria Anna Dewes, Brandt Junceau, Rob Kaptein, Guido Schmid (red box), Doriana Chiarini, Aernout Mik, Fiona Rae, Kay Rosen (blue box), W.J.M. Kok, Roman Signer, Pia Stadtbäumer, Koen Theys (green box).

EUR 400.00

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[#17135]

WORK

Number 1 (all published). San Francisco, CA, Intersection 1975. 26x20.5 cm., stapled, unpaginated (12 pages in pictorial wrappers; with illustrations.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Geoff Young and Steve Davis. Jim Melchert, Tom Clark, Anselm Hollo, Alec Lambie/Jim Pomeroy, Stan Rice, Francine de Fuisse (on Twombly). Also a Marcel Duchamp letter on chess problems.

[#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 1,000.00

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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

[#16787]

WRITER'S FORUM

Vol. 1 no 1 (all published ?). New York, NY, Writer’s Forum, Inc.1965. 22x14 cm., stapled, 60pp.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Newton Berry, James T. Farrell, Sylvia Keelan. Contributions by J.T. Farrell, N. Berry, T.M. Walker, S. Keelan, L. Altman, T. Cole, D. Waldman a.o.. (No connection with Writer's Forum published in Lafayette, CA, 1989 or in UCCS, Colorado Springs, CO, 1986). Cover says: First edition.

[#16740]

X-RAY

Magazine

Nos. 1 - 10 (all published). San Franciso, Ventura, Pasadena /California, 1993 - 2004. ( No. 4 - 10 in this set are one of 26 lettered copies signed by many of the contributors, No. 4 was shot and kissed by Hunter Thompson). There were no lettered copies for the first three issues: no. 1 was limited to 100 copies, nos. 2 & 3 were limited to 200 copies each. Formats vary from Velo-bound sheets to items enclosed in a box. This set in very fine condition, with some important related material added(see below).

EUR 7,500.00

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A complete run of this opulent "magazine" of art and literature. Edited by Johnny Brewton. Every issue is an assembling put together by hand, and features an exciting array of inserts, tip-ins, stickers, broadsides, chapbooks, flexdiscs, photographs, unusual graphics, x-rays, art objects, and fold-outs. Contributions include previously unpublished material by Charles Bukowski, Hunter S. Thompson (Issue 4), Richard Brautigan, Bern Porter, Billy Childish, Mark Faigenbaum, John Held, Jr., Dan Fante, Michael Montfort, A. D. Winans, Gerald Locklin, Jack Micheline, Allen Ginsberg, Johnny Brewton, Neeli Cherkovski, Wanda Coleman, Ruth Weiss, Hubert Selby, and many others. - With an important addition: many of the prospectuses and announcements from X-Ray are present (in total ca. 30 various pieces, addressed to the former subscriber/participant to this set. These include 1 a.l.s.postcard, 3 t.l.s. , X-Ray spare-parts; x-ray Box #1 Mark Faigenbaum, etc.).

[#6932]

YANG

Tijdschrift voor Literatuur en Kommunikatie.

Nos. 1-116. Sint-Amandsberg, Kortrijk, Gent, 1963-1984. Original wrappers; small 8vo and oblong. Set lacks 7 nos.

EUR 1,500.00

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Also numbered as years 1-20; subtitled originally 'Avant-gardistisch Tijdschrift in Boekvorm'. Thus the begining of this significant Belgian progressive literary periodical. Contributions both literary and avant-garde artistic. Secretariat: Carlos de Vriese. Orig. Yang Group Gent. Edited by D. de Bru, J.E. Daele, L. Michael, R. Serras, M. Storme, P.D. Tanguy, D. van Ryssel, Joris Denoo, Roland Jooris, Jules Welling, a.o. Added: Yang-Monografie by Paul de Wispelaere. Lacking nos. 27, 37, 38,, 73, 79, 91, 112

[#16873]

YARDBIRD

Magazine (Zeitschrift für Jazz und Anderes. Hrsg. Galerie Seide)

YARDBIRD. Nos. 1-6. Hannover 1959-1961 (all under this title). In the original wrappers. Continued as: DER EGOIST. Nos. 7-17 (all publ.), Frankfurt, n.d. (1965?)-1970. In the original stiff wrappers. Continued as: DER NEUE EGOIST. Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Frankfurt/Hannover, (n.d.,1975-1976). In gold-coloured orig. wrappers. Most issues, except No.17, in the edition with the graphic supplement, see detail below. The whole set in good condition for this fragile publication. All ca. 32,5 x 23,5 cm.

EUR 5,000.00

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An art and art promotional publication of Galerie Seide. Published almost single-handedly by the Gallerist Seide (resulting in numerous errors and anomalies in the numbering). Early issues handmade, lateron larger editions. Full set of these publications ,printed and produced under Seides supervision, mimeographed and printed in offset, at first in Hannover. After his move to Frankfurt the journal was produced in a larger, more commercial edition. The last issue (17) published by Melzer Verlag, but immediately there after publication was discontinued. We are not certain that the art supplement to this number was ever published. The first series (Yardbird) with orig. artwork on the covers and supplements (Zinklithografien) by Igael Tumarkin, Carl Buchheister, Günter Drehbusch, Helmut Scholz (loose in no. 4, signed), Raimund Girke (2 of 3 in no 5.) Arnulf Rainer (in no. 6, signed), Hermann Goepfert, Robert Michel. Thomas Bayrle, etc. Articles on contemporary art and artists, also on Jazz (Peter Kasten). The successor "Der Egoist" later "Neue Egoist" was printed in offset, and bound in white stiff card wrappers with an illustration - No. 7. 1965. 44 pp, in typographic wrappers. incl.several illustrated pages. With signed lithography (56/200) by Raimund Girke. Contribs. By Werner Schreib, HJ Precht, Peter Iden, J.A.Thwaites, etc. - No. 8. n.d. (1966). 32 + XX pages, in illustrated stiff wrappers. With graphic supplement by Ygael Tumarkin also monograph 8 on Tumarkin - No. 9 , 1966. 22 + XX pages. With graphic supplement by Hermann Goepfert (by Produktionsgruppe X Nummer 23/500 der I. Auflage, signed and with stamp on verso). - No. 10. n.d. (1967). 50 page in illustrated stiff wrappers. With montage by Robert Michel & Ella Bergmann. Egozentrisches Manifest by Timm Ulrichs. - - No. 11. März 1967. 3.Jahrgang Heft 1. With a serigraphy by Jef Verheyen - No. 12. September 1967. 3.Jahrgang Heft 2. Hommage à Albert Schulze Vellinghausen. With orig.serigraphy by Raimund Girke - No.13. Nov. 1967. Hommage à Lucio Fontana. Hrsg. Adam Seide. 7 pages in stiff boards. "Weiße Manifest" von L. Fontana with portrait; Contributions by Heinz Mack, Herman Goepfert, Wieland Schmied, Kurt Leonhard, Otto Piene, - No. 14. 1968 (1.Quartal, 4.Jahrgang, should be 9 th year). 46 pages in illustrated card wrappers. With Graphic supplement by Christian Megert. Devoted to art in Switzerland. Contribs.: J.A.Thwaites,Tuli Kupferberg, Peter Handke.Willoughby Sharp, etc. - No. 15.1968 (2.Quartal 1968). 50 pages in illustrated card wrappers. With Lithography by Herman de Vries. Issue devoted to Art in The Netherlands, contr.many important dutch authors in translation, Provo documentation, etc - No. 16. (1.Heft 10.Jahrgang). 30 pages in illustrated card wrappers. Mostly dedicated to Thomas Bayrle. With Lithography by Bayrle. - No. 17. (Heft 1/1970,11.Jahgang). 64 pages in illustrated card wrappers. Mostly dedicated to Werner Schreib (but the graphic supplement by him not present ,if published). The first commercially publishedissue (by Melzer Verlag), at the same time the last till continuation as - Neue Egoist No. 1 with signed lithograph by Leiv Warren Donnan - Neue Egoist No. 2 withsigned lithograph by Thomas Bayrle.

[#16623]

Z-ZZZZZZ

Numbers 1-6 (Z-ZZZZZZ ,complete run). Cala (Vermond): Z Press (c. 1974-1977). Published via the Poetry Projects,NYC. Original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by Kanward Elmslie, Journal for visual and concrete poetry, "NY School" oriented magazine, featuring the work of Berrigan, Brainard, Nolan, Ashbery, Coolidge, Mathews, Padgett, O'Hara, Wieners, Schuyler, and many others. Two issues have important contributions by Ian Hamilton Finlay.

[#6956]

ZEITSCHRIFT FUER ALLES / REVIEW FOR EVERYTHING / TíMARIT FYRIR ALLT

Numbers 1-10A & 10B (= Beiheft), all publ. Stuttgart/Mols (Switzerland)/Basel, edition hansjörg mayer, Dieter Roth Verlag, 1975-1987. Paperbound, pictorial wrappers.

EUR 4,000.00

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Founded and edited by DIETER ROTH; the review "...will not only accept & print everything but will accept & print everything by everybody". Limited edition of 500 for the complete set. The issues are profusely illustrated and contain examples of concrete and visual poetry. Contribs. by Dieter Roth, J. Furnival, D.S. Houédard, K.B. Schäuffelen, F. Achleitner, H. Cibulka, D. Steiger, H. Eisendle, K. Renner, G. Brus, K. Riha, K. Bayer, B. Mattheus a.o. Covers designed by Uwe Lohrer. Number of pages varies strongly from 32 to 330 pages for the first 7 numbers and increases to 590 to 1252 pp. for the numbers 8-10. References: Archiv Sohm, p. 70, 156.

[#20232]

ZOMERMANIFESTATIE GRONINGEN

Zomermanifestatie Groningen 1977, 22 juli - 21 augustus, Groninger Museum, 1977. File published as a booklet containing 20 postcards showing artists involved in the program ‘16 dagen’: Fitzgibbon & Winters, Vito Acconci, Barbara Bloom, Nan Hoover, Pieter Holstein, Chris Langdon, Paul Sharits, Jack Goldstein, David Salle, Michel Waisvisch, Michael Snow, Yvonne Rainer, Carolee Schneemann, Galerie Magazijn Groningen, Dekker, 3 postcards with supplementary information. Plus programme leaflet Zomermanifestatie Groningen 1978, 20 juli – 2 september. - Programmakrant, 43 x 30 cm, 24 paginas - Some extra info, map, flyer, De Volkskrant text - Poëzie rondom Groningen, envelop with 16 cards - Kwartetspel Groninger Zomermanifestatie 1978, 30 printed cards, 9 x 6 cm - Invitation Corps de Garde/Leendert van Lagestein re program Augustus with installations by Vito Acconci, Maryanne Amacher, Jon Borofsky, Michael Brewster, Jack Goldstein, Dan Graham, David Salle ao, 2 pages A4, loose strip of paper with title added with paperclip. Extra Dik, Groninger Zomermanifestatie 1979, 24 x 17 cm, 48 pages, plus loose programme leaflet Extra Fris, Groninger Zomermanifestatie 1980, 20 x 21 cm, 50 pages

EUR 400.00

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[#7061]

ZONE

Poésie, littérature, art vivant.

Nos. 1 - 7/8 (all publ.). Bordeaux, 1974-hiver/printemps 1977. 8vo; with illustrated wrappers.

EUR 350.00

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Directed by Didier Arnaudet. No. 1: Attention Poésie (texts by Alain Anseeuw, Maxime Benoit-Janin, Daniel Biga, etc.); No. 2: La Mère/ The Mother/ Die Mutter (texts by Arnaudet, Guy Bellay, etc.; No. 3: Poésie et Science-Fiction (texts by Benoit-Jeannin, Jacq. Donguy, Claude Maillard, etc.); No. 4: Mythe U.S.A. (texts by Arnaudet, Marc Villard, etc.); No. 5/6: Le Politique (texts by Arnaudet, Monnereau etc.); No. 7/8: Des Objets (Texts by Daniel Biga, Pierre Gabriel, Jean Breton etc.). Ills. by: Massol, Jean-Pierre Le Boul'ch, Jean Marie Bertholin, Alexandre Delay.

[#20204]

ZWEITSCHRIFT

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

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

EUR 2,200.00

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