Cat. 303 Part 2

Assembling Visual Poetry

[#19376]

491

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

EUR 1,800.00

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

[#21025]

8 X 10 PORTFOLIO

New York, Black and Raman, undated c. 1972. An artists' assembling magazine created by photographer Jeanie Black and Fluxus artist Ely Raman. Nine issues were made sporadically between 1970-1972 in an unknown edition. Green folder, 30 x 23 cm, with the title 'A+ Good' rubber stamped on the cover by Laughing Bear. The portfolio has two pockets holding a collection of 41 loose sheets containing works on various types and colours of paper, ranging from original pencil drawings, b/w pictures, collages to silkscreen prints. Some works are signed or stamped on recto or verso. Added is a small red reply coupon and an invitation to send material for the next issue before October 1 1972, which suggests 1972 as a probable publication date for this issue (no records were kept). The publication was distributed on request and had no fixed price. A rubber stamp on the pocket mentions that the 'price per copy is determined by each individual subscriber'.

EUR 1,000.00

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The contents page lists the following 31contributing artists or artists groups: Laughing Bear, Fran Lacy (2 sheets), Monte Cazazza, Suzanne Szlemko, John Dowd (5 sheets), Mimi Smith, Schloss/Kelly/Hughes, Tom Ockerse (moderate crease, stamped verso), Vivian Browne, David Mayor, Davi Det Hompson (2 sheets), Jeanie Black (2 works), William Farley, Mary McCallion, Suzanne Stratton, Evangeline Tabasco, Richard Kostelanetz, The Poem Company, Domenick Capobianco, William Fares, Klaus Groh, Salvatore Bovoso, Pat Tavenner (2 rubbers stamped works), Lew Carson, Al Hansen (2 sheets, including one b/w print titled ‘Paper Snake’ and signed in pencil, with creasing on left top and bottom corner, not affecting the image), O.V. Lucky, Ken Friedman, Image Bank (stamped verso), E.Raman (2 sheets), Clemente Padin, 8 x 10 Art Portfolio. Green cover slightly soiled yet artworks mostly near mint. Beautiful item.

[#18133]

AMONG THE LIVESTOCK

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

EUR 350.00

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

[#16781]

APSION

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

EUR 500.00

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

[#17008]

ARTE POSTALE !

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

EUR 4,500.00

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[#16881]

ARTE POSTALE !

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

EUR 9,000.00

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

[#18827]

ASSEMBLING

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

EUR 5,000.00

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

[#20196]

AVANT GARDE: Zeitschrift fuer Kunst & Kommunikation

Issue (no) 1 (= all published). 1975. Editor: Werner Mathes, Fulda (Germany). DE-LUXE EDITION, ONE OF 3. Illustrated papercovers, 30 x 21 cm, stapled, 44 pp. incl. covers. Printed in black on white and red paperstock. Texts in German and English. This copy is a Special Deluxe Editon limited to 3 (three numbered copies, this no 2/3) only with several signed works by the Japanese Fluxus Artist Yoshio Nakajima (Bauhaus Situationiste). A large handsigned Xerox-Print with several rubberstampings in color is mounted in between two blank pages.

EUR 2,500.00

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Redaktion: Jürgen Blum (BRD), Klaus Groh (BRD),& Joshio Nakajima (Schweden & Japan. )Contributions by Bernard Amiard, Gunter Guben, Hans Werner Kalkmann, Miroslaw Klivar, J.H. Kocman, Malgorzata Kubiak (Ubbeboda Artists Syposium), Raul Marroquin, Juergen Blum on Situationismus, Concept Art interview with Klaus Groh, Bara Schuz,FLUXUS and Concept art by Ken Friedman, Balint Szombathy, Gabor Toth, Janos Urban, Mike Parr, Yukata Matsuzawa, Marjo Schumans and others. Profusely illustrated with photographs.

[#21026]

AXE

Revue.

Volume 1-3 complete (all publ.), Antwerp, Guy Schraenen editeur, 1975/76. Magazine in 3 volumes. Softcover, 30 x 21 cm, printed in offset, typography and silkscreen on various kinds of papers. Contains collages, objects, fold outs, cut outs, small booklets by contributing artists. Designed to be the successor to Henri Chopin's periodical OU. Each volume includes a 17 cm record with sound poems: Henry Chopin and Brion Gysin (Axe 1), Brion Gysin et Francois Dufrene (Axe 2), Sten Hanson (Axe 3). All covers are designed by a different artist. Published in a limited edition of 500 copies, of which 120 are signed and 370 copies unsigned but numbered. This is numbered copy 393. Features a signed inscription on the slipcase by Guy Schraenen for Lidewijn Reckman: Van Harte Dank 17 januari 1992 Amsterdam,slipcase sides loosenin (Reckman collaborated with GS on the production of the Ulises Carrion exhibition ‘ We have Won haven’t We’ at Museum Fodor Amsterdam in 1992 ).

EUR 1,600.00

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Contents AXE 1: Roy Adzak, Eduard Bal, Bram Bogart, Henri Chopin, Degottex, Mirtha Dermisache, Bernard Aubertin, Bernard Heidsieck, J.P. Schelfhout, Ung No Lee, Miko Van Daele, Paul van Ostaijen, Oscar Jespers. AXE 2: Antoine de Bary, Maurice Benhamou, Hugo de Clercq, Francois Dufrene, Servula Esmeraldo, Rene Guiette, Brion Gysin, Bernard Heidsieck, Plessi. AXE 3: Jo Delahaut, John Giorno, Brion Gysin, Sten Hanson, Bernard Heidsieck, Arrigo Lora Totino, Franncoise Mairey, Klaus Ritterbusch.

[#17784]

BAU

Associazione culturale. Contenitore di Cultura Contemporanea.

Assembling Magazine: Nos. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4/5, 6, 7 ,8, 9.10,11,12, Viareggio, 2004-2015. Original cardboard containers, in fine condition.

EUR 3,000.00

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BAU - Container of Contemporary Culture Produced yearly in a limited edition of 150 copies by the Cultural Association BAU in Viareggio, BAU - Container of Contemporary Culture houses in a serigraphed cardboard box various original contributions size UniA4 (cm. 21 x 29,7), signed and numbered, from individual authors and groups. The magazine is a sort of workshop that satisfies the participants’ curiosity for a mutual discovery of the motivations and expressions of their work. Through national and international collaborations, the project intends to act as a meeting point and aggregation centre, involving the most diverse disciplines: painting, sculpture, photography, video, performance, theatre, fiction, poetry, art criticism, comics, music, but also scientific research, gastronomy and other activities not pertaining to classical studies. BAU produces yearly the Container of Contemporary Culture of the same name, a limited edition box that includes original works by local authors and participants from different geographical areas. The publication picks up the inheritance of the artists’ magazines and of the assembling projects of the Sixties-Eighties, with the addition of an original dimension of group work and of shared planning and ideas, that is also expressed through the organization of exhibitions, readings, meetings, festivals and performative events. Selected contributors: Roberto Amato, Daniele Bacci, Vittore Baroni, Dario Barsottelli, Carlo Battisti, Simone Bazzichi, Annalisa Bertuccelli, Antonino Bove, Luca Brocchini, Walter Catalano, Lele Cerri, Valeria Cumini, G.Luca Cupisti, Glauco Di Sacco, Amelio Fantoni, Guido Fornaciari, Eugenio Gherardi Angiolini, Fabio Giusti, Andrea Gobetti, Gruppo Artium, Gumdesign, Bruno Larini, Paola Lazzari, Luigi Lazzerini, Arturo Lini, Marco Maffei, Laura Mare, Elio Marracci, Giacomo Mencarini, Eugenio Miccini, Giancarlo Micheli, Angelina M. Moody, Mirco A. Mugnaini, Luca Niccolai, Giorgia OLM, Leonardo Palmerini, Marco Pampaloni, Vieri Parenti, Giorgio Pini, Stefano Pocci, Daniele Poletti, Antonella Serafini, Silvano Tartarini, Alessandro Trasciatti, Luca Tuccori, Tuvori Bros., Giacomo Verde, Andrea Volpe.

[#18138]

BLOCK 11

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

EUR 200.00

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

[#19896]

BOLLETINO TOOL

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

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

EUR 4,000.00

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

[#18706]

CARE

a new mail-art magazine

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#17108]

COTO DE POESIA.

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

EUR 1,200.00

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

[#19549]

Robin CROZIER

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

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#16109]

C.U.L.

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#15475]

DATA FILE

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

EUR 1,300.00

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

[#16783]

DIER

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

EUR 350.00

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

[#17670]

EARTH IMAGE

Collective Notebook. Co-ordinated by LAUGHING BEAR

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

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#15713]

EDITION HUNDERTMARK

100. Karton. Hundertmark, Armin (Hrsg.)

"Jubiläums-Karton" mit 44 Originalarbeiten verschiedener Künstler. - Köln, Edition Hundertmark, 1986. Original plain cardboard box, 42 x 32 x 12 cm., comprising 44 works by artists in different formats. Edition of 100 (from a total of 150) copies. Signed and numbered works in various graphic techniques, also original drawings (pen and watercolour), collage, multiples. A very nice, near mint set.

EUR 6,000.00

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Eric Andersen: "In case of emergency: push red button empty lighter in approximately 33 min. 14 sec." (Gasfeuerzeug mit aufgedrucktem Text); Christian Ludwig Attersee: "Sektjolle" (sign., dat. u. num. Zeichnung, Bleistift und Tusche auf Papier); Monika Bartholome: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. zweifarbige Serigraphie); Claus Böhmler: "The lamp, the table" (sign. u. num. collagierter Karton, ausgestanzt und im Siebdruck bedruckt); Bernhard Johannes Blume: "Heilsgebilde" (sign., dat. u. num. Sprühzeichnung, grünes Kreuz, mit einer Schablone auf Karton gesprüht); Rudolf Bonvie: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. überzeichnete Xeroxkopie); Günter Brus: "INRI" (sign. u. num. Radierung); Al Hansen: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. Collage auf Photokopie); Anatol Herzfeld: "Mutter" (sign. u. dat. Bleistiftzeichnung, Tusche und ein Bleistreifen auf Karton); Bernard Heidsieck: "Sanra-..." (sign., dat. u. num. Tonbandstreifen auf ein Blatt geklebt mit einer Textzeile); Antonius Höckelmann: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. dreifarb. Linoldruck); Joe Jones: "Solar Music Trike" (sign., dat. u. num. Serigraphie mit einem eingeklebten Farbfoto); Dietmar Kirves: "Von den Ungleichheiten" (sign., dat. u. num. Text mit einer Abbildung in Plastikfolie eingeschweißt); Milan Knizak: ohne Titel (sign. u. num. zweifarb. Serigraphie mit Sicherheitsnadeln); Alison Knowles: ohne Titel (sign. u. num. weiße Bohne in Papiermache eingebettet); Arthur Köpcke: "Present", "fill with own imagination" (Offset-Karte gestempelt und bedruckt; "Ausgabe..." (Fotokopie einer Fotokopie von arthur addi köpcke); Tetsumi Kudo: ohne Titel (sign. u. num. Serigraphie); Maria Lassnig: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. Radierung); Boris Lurie: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. Lithographie); George Maciunas: "Dear Armin..." (vier Fotokopien); Mario Merz: ohne Titel. (sign., dat. u. num. Farblithographie); Otto Mühl: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. zweifarb. Serigraphie); Hermann Nitsch: "O.M. Theater" (sign., gestempelt u. num. beschüttetes Tuch); Ladislav Novak: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. Offsetlithographie auf Büttenpapier); Peter Pick: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. zweifarb. Offsetlithographie); Arnulf Rainer: "Face Farce" (num. Originalfoto); Gerhard Rühm: "Eins..." (sign., dat. u. num. Collage aus schwarzem und weißem Papier); Paul Sharits: "Laps" (sign. u. num. dreifarb. Serigraphie); Takako Saito: "Klammern an..." (sign. u. dat. bestempelte Karte und eine Wäscheklammer); Konrad Balder Schäuffelen: ohne Titel (sign., dat. u. num. zweifarb. überarbeitete Offsetlithographie); Tomas Schmit: "el&ba" (sign., dat. u. num. Blei- & Farbstift auf Papier); Dominik Steiger: "miou" (sign., dat. u. num. Radierung); Fritz Schwegler: "A-Leisten..." (sign. u. num. dreifarb. aquarellierte Offsetlithographie); Endre Tot: "I am glad if I can stamp" (sign., dat. u. num. gestempeltes Blatt); Jiri Valoch: "waiting" (sign. u. dat. Schreibmaschine und Farbstift auf Büttenpapier); Ben Vautier: "Parti du tout a Ben" (gestempelte, sign. u. num. Zeichnung auf einer Lexikonseite auf Karton aufgezogen).

[#20985]

ENVELOPE

Envelope No.1, David Prentice and Richard Chadwick editors. Birmingham, Selfpublished, undated 1969. Assembling style collection of works on paper housed in original envelope 41 x 30 cm, with affixed labels and title, addressed to Michael Gibbs in Warwick.

EUR 1,500.00

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The project was organised by David Prentice (co-founder of the Ikon gallery Birmingham), contributors include Peter Berry, Richard Chadwick, Trevor Denning, Anthony Everitt, Martin Fuller, John Furnival, Eric Glithero, Stuart Mills, David Prentice, Eric Rimmington, Sylvani Smith and Nic Stoddard. The concept is explained in an inserted stenciled sheet stating ‘Envelope is a collection of ideas. You are asked to contribute 100 copies of an idea to Envelope. You will be responsible for the production of your 100 copies. Envelope size is as Envelope no. 1 16”x12”’. It seems only one issue of Envelope was released. Added is a typed letter to Michael Gibbs by Richard Chadwick, dated 30.3.69, apologizing for the late sending of the envelope. Among the 14 items is a silkscreen by John Furnival, 30 x 29 cm, printed green and yellow on thick white sheet, signed in pencil lower right. Undated (1968). The print is creased along the left and right margins, with a moderate spot on the right side. Also included is a tiny envelope containing 36 b/w silver gelatin photographs, 4 x 2.7 cm each, depicting scenes from the March 1968 anti-Vietnam war protest in Trafalgar Square, London. The envelope itself features age wear with creasing and tears all around the edges, some larger prints have edge wear, most items are fine. Very rare.

[#18948]

FILE

Megazine.

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

EUR 13,000.00

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

[#18773]

GEIGER

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

EUR 1,400.00

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

[#18775]

GEIGER

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

EUR 2,000.00

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

[#18774]

GEIGER

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

EUR 1,400.00

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

[#20067]

GRAMMA

Bolletino trimestrale di cultura contemporanea.

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

EUR 2,000.00

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

[#17758]

GRUPO TEXTO POETICO

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

EUR 800.00

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Edited by Bartolomé Ferranco.

[#15905]

HALF-LIFE NETWORK MAGAZINE

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

EUR 850.00

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

[#16312]

IMAGES AND INFORMATION

Sort of an Art Magazine.

Vol. 1 no 1; Vol. 2 nos. 1 and 2: (21,5x18cm./21,5x35,5 cm., stapled, unpaginated. Offset black, red or blue. Plus: Envelope issue: Assembling of different printed material in envelope (15x19 cm.). Edition of 200 numbered and signed copies. Together 4 issues (all published). Calgary, Canada, 1975-1977.

EUR 800.00

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An artist periodical, edited by Don Mabie und Chuck Stake.

[#18441]

IN OCTAVO

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

EUR 3,500.00

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

[#14458]

THE I.S.C.A. QUARTERLY

Journal of the International Society of Copier Artists, Ltd.

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

EUR 10,000.00

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

[#20172]

Alison KNOWLES

Alison Knowles. “Das Nashorn”. Bremen. Schule Hermannsburg, 1996 Heavy cardstock covers with a multicolored image of a collage by Alison Knowles which is handsigned. No 1/10 from a special edition of this pupil’s school assembling. 30 x 21 cm, ca. 100 pages w. color + b/w illustr./ Also w. contributions by SPOERRI and Dieter ROTH. Fine condition. Very rare.

EUR 900.00

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Special edition of the school journal of the 5th grade of the school in Bremen which was amix of handicapped children with special educational needs and regular pupils. The journal is supported by wellknown international artists who supply contributions and illustrations for the covers. "Das Nashorn erscheint drei- bis viermal jährlich in einer einmaligen Auflage von 99 handgefertigten Exemplaren und wechselnden Titelbildern. Diesmal von Alison Knowlers, Barrytown, NU. USA".

[#17619]

KRYPTOGAME

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

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#17671]

KUNOLDSTRASSE 34

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

EUR 2,000.00

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

[#16568]

KUNST-ZEITSCHRIFTEN DER WELT

( ART PERIODICALS OF THE WORLD). Edited by Paul Silke and Erwin Stegentritt. (July) 1973. Printed cover, loose sheets, 30 x 21 cm, bound w. metal bolts under plastic foil. Ca. 150 pages. Plus SUPPLEMENT 1974 / 75. Printed cover 30 x 21 cm, bound w. metal bolts. Approx. 50 pages. Together 2 volumes, complete.

EUR 1,000.00

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Importantand historically interesting contemporary survey of periodicals, magazines and journals from all over the world, including many non-mainstream titles and concrete-art and avant-garde publications. Includes descriptions of the periodicals, editors, frequency, addresses. Each title with a short introduction and a reproduction of the covers. The publication was based on the exhibitions"Ím Augenladen" Mannheim and the 7th Produzentengalerie Berlin. A full list of included titles can be provided.

[#20019]

LATIN AMERICA ASSEMBLING

Archive Small Press & Communication.

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

EUR 1,300.00

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

[#19540]

LEVEL (5)

Magazine

Assembling, contents loose in plain white envelope, published from Level, PO BOX 50164 Indianapolis. In 46256. (Geza Perneczky, II, IV: Dennis Baldwin, Brian Callahan).

EUR 200.00

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

[#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.

[#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.

[#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.

[#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.

[#18857]

(Revue) OU - CINQUIEME SAISON

Complete collection of OU as published under this title (previously named Cinquieme Saison). OU Nos. 20/21-42/44 (=last). 1958-1974. Between nos. 20 and 34 it was published in Sceaux (France) then till no 42/4/44 (last)published at Ingatestone (Essex, Angleterre) where Chopin lived. This is an IMPROVED SET with some volumes in DE-LUXE EDITION AND SOME DEDICATED volumes -No. 23/24 is dedicated by Chopin to Man Ray; -- No. 33 is dedicated by Heidsieck and Dufr6ene to Freddy de Vree; -No. 34/35 is a copy H./C. signed by Chopin; -No. 36/37 signed by Bertini; - No. 38/39 is a de-luxe edition dedicated by Chopin to his wife (1 plate Janco misses); -No. 42/44 is signed by Chopin.

EUR 15,000.00

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The period offered is the most important in the history of OU, when it became devoted exclusively to experimental visual and sound poetry and performance. Under Chopin’s editorship OU published original works by figures in the Dada, Surrealist, Lettriste, Fluxus and Beat Poetry movements as well as works by innovators in concrete poetry. Those contributing both articles, original artworks, prints and sound pieces to OU included Francois Dufrene, Bertini, Raymond Hains, William Burroughs, Byren Gyson, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Raoul Haismann, Bob Cobbing and many others as well as Chopin himself. After issue 33 of ‘Cinquième Saison’ Chopin often included records of new and old material and, in deluxe copies of the journal, also included signed artworks by the same contributors who created the music Chopin championed. It brought together international contemporary writers and artists such as Jiří Kolář, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Tom Phillips, Gysin, Burroughs, and many others, including representatives of Lettrism and Fluxus. Chopin also re-introduced the work of earlier generations, including by Raoul Hausmann, a founder of Berlin Dada. . - n°20/21. 1964 Couverture originale de Gianni Bertini. Dim : 27 x 27 cm. 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. Joint : Bulletin de souscription - n°22. s.l.n.d. [1964] Couverture originale de Paul-Armand Gette. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/380 exempl. numérotés. Nom de l'ancien propriétaire. 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 Couverture originale de Kosice. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 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. Dédicace de Chopin à Man Ray : "Pour Man Ray avec mon plaisir de le connaitre et surtout merci pour ce qu'il fait. Très cordialement". - n°25 . 1965 Couverture illustrée (auteur anonyme). Dim : 26 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. 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. Joint : Bulletin de souscription - n°26/27. 1965 Le homard Cosmographique. Couverture originale illustrée de Burka. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/525 exempl. numérotés. Nom de l'ancien propriétaire. 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. Joint : Carton d'invitation à la présentation de la revue à la Galerie Riquelme, Paris, du 19 avr. au 7 mai 1966. - n°28/29. 1966 Couverture originale illustrée de Henri Chopin. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. Nom de l'ancien propriétaire. 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. Joint : Carton d'invitation à la présentation de la revue à la Galerie Riquelme, Paris, du 14 dec. au 5 janv. 1967. - 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. 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 Couverture originale de Bernard Aubertin. Dim : 19,5 x 19 cm. 36 pages. 1/969 exempl. numérotés. 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. Dédicace sur la couverture de Bernard Heidsieck et François Dufrêne à Freddy de Vree - n°34/35. 1969 Couverture originale cartonnée rouge estampée à froid de Gisiger. Dim : 27 x 27 cm Exempl. H.C. n°1 signé par Henri Chopin. 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. Joint : 5 bulletins de souscription adressés à G. Bertini avec cette mention manuscrite de Chopin : "Fais-moi de la publicité à Milan. Suis fauché". - n°36/37. 1970 Couverture originale en plastique rouge de Gianni Bertini, ici signée et datée 1967/1970 Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. numérotés. Contributions de Raoul Hausmann, Novak, Stefan Themerson, A. Hutchins, A. Lockwood. Posters de 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. Petite déchirure sans manque sur la couverture. - n°38/39. 1971 Couverture originale de Henri Chopin. Dim : 27 x 27 cm 1/475 exempl. 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. Dédicace de H. Chopin à sa femme : "Pour Jean avant toutes choses". - 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 (signé), C. de Charmoy, Chopin (Ou et Quand) 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 planche de Norguet est signée. - n°42/43/44. 1974 Couverture originale de Axel Knipschild. Dim : 27 x 27 cm Exempl. H.C. signé et daté 1974 par Chopin. Contributions M. Corfou, T. Phillips, M. Janco, A. Lora-Totino, Chopin, N. Zurbrugg, Jo Verbrugghen, Henri Maccheroni, 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.

[#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.

[#21194]

OVUM 10

Numbers 1, 2, 3, and 10 (final). No 1, 1969. Offset on paper, 22.5 × 15.5 cm, edition of 500. No. 2 ,Marzo 1970 No. 3. Junio 1970. 16 pp.incl.wrappers. Frontcover illustration Gianni Bertiin No. 10. Mayo 1972 (Final).

EUR 2,000.00

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Ovum 10 (1969-1972) was a Latin American publication founded and edited by Clemente Padín with a focus on visual, concrete, and experimental poetry and language. There were 10 numbers published between 1969 and 1972, printed in about 500 copies. No 1 contains essays and visual contributions by Moacy Cirne, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Francisco Gandolfo, Carlo Sitta, Sebastiao de Carvalho, Julien Blaine, Gian Comini, Arcelli, Michele Perfetti, Jose de Arimathea, Higgins ao. Contribs.: Mirella Bentivoglio, Gianni Bertini, Luigi Ferro, Milan Grygar, Richard Kostelanetz, Ketty La Erocca, Clemente Padin, Ladislav Nebesky, Luciano Ori, Sdarencom Dailor Varela.

[#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.

[#20925]

POETS. PAINTERS. COMPOSERS

No.5. Seattle, Poets. Painters. Composers., 1990. Edited by Carl Diltz and Joseph Keppler. 28 x 22 cm, 85 pp. Cover design by Building C. The front cover features a fold-out rubber stamped poem (100 x 16.5 folded in 4). The back cover has a tipped in acrylic painting on canvas (23 x 16.5 cm) and a vinyl record segment. The editors announce using new technique in assembling and producing the magazine, namely personal computers and a laser printer. This issue features a special on Henri Chopin, children’s art and a series on mystical literature. Contributions by Richard kostelanetz, Paul Zumthor, Henri Chopin, Sarenco, Mary Kelley et al. Wear to spine (1.5 cm rip on top part) and fold on back cover, else a very good uncommon item.

EUR 250.00

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[#20924]

POETS. PAINTERS. COMPOSERS

No.3. Seattle, Poets. Painters. Composers., 1985. Edited by Joseph Keppler. Typographically decorated bi-fold wrappers, 28 x 22 cm, 60 pp. Ills b/w, with 2 colour inserts. Assembling style publication associated with the Poets & Composers performance series at Greenwood Galleries in Seattle, for ‘provocative poems, drawings, essays scores’ that could be send in to be published. This issue contains tipped-in poem, rubber stamp work and an inserted publisher's leaflet. Contributions by Clifford Burke, Marion Kimes, Toby Lurie, Maj Ragain, Henri Chopin et al. Rare, about fine copy. Price: $55.00 William Reese Company Stockcode PN 20

EUR 150.00

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[#15596]

QUADERNI DI 'TECHNE'

No. 2-3. Firenze, 1969 --Quaderni di "Techne" 2: Cristina FRATINI. Non me lo dire, non posso crederci. pp. (64) con un testo di presentazione di Eugenio Miccini, Cm 31x21,5; Firenze, Dicembre 1969. Ciclostyled; orig. stapled wrappers (with the original banderolle). - Quaderni di "Techne" 3: Michele PERFETTI. Vivere Jersey. Pp.(21). With photograph; Firenze, Dicembre 1969, Ciclostyled; orig. stapled wrappers. - Quaderni di "Techne" 16: Giusi Coppini. La Invitiamo per il Giorno… Firenze 1971. 40 pages, stapled in the spine. Supplement to Techne 7/8. 16x16,5 cm.

EUR 800.00

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[#18835]

QUADERNI DI 'TECHNE'

TEATRO: Vol. 1 & 2 complete. Published as: 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 1,200.00

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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.

[#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 10,000.00

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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].

[#21133]

REFLECTION PRESS, VARIOUS PUBLICATIONS

Collection of 11 publications.

Reflection Press was a prolific artist’s printing output published and edited by Dietrich Albrecht/ albrecht d. (1944-2013) in Stuttgart, Germany. From 1968 to 1988 the press produced and distributed a wide variety of publications such as posters, pamphlets, brochures, books, and tape cassettes, as well the magazine ‘flug/flux BLATTzeitung’. All paper-based publications were handmade in a small edition using quick and cheap printing methods such as transfer print/mimeography or stencilling with occasional rubber stamp additions. Albrecht published his own work, often featuring texts promoting his activist view on the German artworld, as well as work by various artists such as Günter Saree, Raoul Hausmann, Wolf Vostell, Christos Joachimides, Ben Vautier, Friederike Pezold, Milan Knizak, Yoshio Nakajima, Dietrich Fricker, Throbbing Gristle and others. This collection holds 11 Reflection Press publications : John Cage: fiktives interview, 1969. Stapled booklet, 30 x 10.5 cm, 15 pp. Interview with Cage in German. Text printed purple on white paper, with red dot sticker on front cover Raoul Hausmann: Manifest von der Gesetztmässigkeit des lautes, 1969. Stapled booklet, 30 x 10.5 cm, 12 pp. First published as "Schulze philosophiert” in 1919, reprinted in Mécano 1 1922. Jedermanns Kreativität Nr. 1/ everybodys creativity, undated c.1970. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 28 pp. Various contributors. Albrecht/d. Documentation on the People’s Flagshow in New York 1970 and the trial against the organisers Jean Toche, Jon Hendricks und Faith Ringgold, 1970/71. 29.5 x 21.5 cm, 64 pp. Stencilled press clippings and documents. Back cover stencil of memorandum to Jon Hendricks from Yoko and John 29 dec. 1970. Some cover wear, dog eared, creasing Siegfried Cremer: das alphabet, Visuelle Poesie nach dem Alphabet in vier Farben, undated. Brown/pink cover, stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 26 pp. Printed in pink, blue and green on white paper. Raoul Hausmann: 5 dada-manifeste, undated. Stapled booklet, 15 x 21 cm, 22 pp. Text transfer printed in purple on white sheet. Dietrich Albrecht, Wolf Vostell and Günter Sarée, Solicitation letter / prospectus for publications related to the Unabhängigere Olympisches Komitee project . Stuttgart, Reflection Press, 1971. Mimeographed letter on thin sheet, 29.5 x 21 cm, with facsimile of Albrecht's signature at bottom. Corner- stapled to a covering sheet featuring xeroxed excerpts from 3 German press articles about the UOK project. The UOK (the ‘more-independent Olympics Committee’) was formed by Albrecht, Vostell and Sarée in 1971, in response to the official efforts to aestheticize the 1972 Munich Olympics; anti-artists Jean Toche and Henry Flynt would also become involved. The prospectus features information about the UOK mission and offered subscriptions to print materials to be produced by Albrecht's Reflection Press. Dietrich Albrecht, Turkei oder die Griechische Losung der Sudflanke der Nato / CIA = Capital Interessen Assoziation. Stuttgart, 1972. Ensemble of 8 xerographic sheets, 29 x 21 cm, with inscription (dated 1972) from Albrecht to Underground collector/dealer Riewert Tode in red ink. Siegfried Cremer, Der Künstler als Zauberlehrling (The artist as sorcerer's apprentice). Stuttgart, Reflection Press, c. 1974. Set of 5 postcards, 14.5 x 10.5 cm, with rectos illustrated after manipulated b/w photographs of the artist Cremer in tophat. Housed in original envelope, 11.5 x 16 cm, featuring hand-stamped titles. Versos show identical titles (in manuscript facsimile). Very rare, no OCLC records discovered. Dietrich Albrecht / Robin Crozier, albrecht/d.'s Kalender 1990 für Robin Crozier. Stuttgart, 1989. Unique handmade calendar, 30 x 21 cm, staple-bound at top, with cardboard backing. Contains top-sheet, 18.5 x 21.5 cm, with manuscript and hand-stamped titles, followed by 12 monthly calendar sheets, featuring xerographic collages and original drawings/hand-stamps. The first two monthly sheets show friendly notes by Albrecht and reproduced collages from British Mail artist Crozier. Affixed to the October calendar is an envelope housing 14 copies of a Reflection Press postcard featuring a b/w drawing by Crozier, 10.5 x 15.5 cm, with colourful rubber stamp of Reflection Press to verso, along with a glossy postcard showing a photograph of Albrecht. Friederike Pezold, Pezold (Viva Vagina) zur Thema Sexualität. Stuttgart,1973. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 16 pp. Mimeographed text and drawings in purple and blue ink on white paper. Pezold also published a larger booklet with drawings in Reflection Press 26 a, 1973, titled Viva vagina - eine frau reflektiert die situation der frau – 20 zeichnungen zur sexualität.

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[#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.

[#18926]

TEXTILE WITHOUT TEXTILE

in 300 signed and numbered copies

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

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#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.

[#21163]

VARGEN (The Wolf)

No.6. Hägersten (Sweden), Kulturmagasinet Vargen, 1975. Edited by Carsten Regild. Staple bound, striking colour illustrated cover, 30 x 21 cm, c. 190 pp. Assembling type magazine featuring extensive colour printed texts and illustrations by Swedish and international artists. Contributions by Opal L Nation, Michael Gibbs, Olle Granath, Ernst Buchwalder, Jo Mallander, Wolf Vostell, Lomholt, Mats B and others. Vargen was an experimental Underground and Art magazine ran by Carsten Regild and Rolf Börjlind from 1973 to 1976, 8 issues were released in total. Very good copy.

EUR 400.00

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Assembling type magazine featuring extensive colour printed texts and illustrations by Swedish and international artists. Contributions by Opal L Nation, Michael Gibbs, Olle Granath, Ernst Buchwalder, Jo Mallander, Wolf Vostell, Lomholt, Mats B and others. Vargen was an experimental Underground and Art magazine ran by Carsten Regild and Rolf Börjlind from 1973 to 1976, 8 issues were released in total. Very good copy.

[#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.

[#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.

[#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.).