Cat. 308 Art- Illustrated

[#20354]

AFFICHE

Nos. 1-16 (all publ.) Wabnitz Editions: Arnhem, 1992-1996. Ills. Complete set. All published.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by William Rothuizen and Carolien Glazenburg, with Anton Beeke, Gus Ros, a.o.Specialised magazine for poster art, both cultural and commercial, outdoors advertising: "Posters Billboards and Signs World-Wide".

[#20184]

ARK

The Journal of the Royal College of Art.

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

EUR 6,000.00

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Ed. by Jack Stafford, John E.Blake, Roger Coleman, o.a.; a very good set of this journal of avant-garde design and the fine arts, published three times per year by students of the Royal College of Art. ARK attracted international attention for its often bold and fast-changing design as well as the extraordinary cast of writers and artists who contributed to its pages, including Ralph Rumney, Lucio Fontana, Alison and Peter Smithson, Toni del Renzio and Reyner Banham, in addition to College students and staff.). Some numbers with lithos in colour; important for the current trends in avant-garde of the fifties and sixties of the postmodern and pop-art generation. Number 24 (has the original wrap around banderolle intact, laid in) is on the spatial Technical manifesto by Fontana and has a green cover after a design by Fontana (with handcrafted spatial holes). This issue (which contains The Technical Manifesto with commentary by Lawrance Alloway and several photographs in 4 pages) in excellent condition with only light soiling and a small stain in the right upper corner (Note: there also exists a variant of the cover in orange with the same design; we offer the green cover only). Nos. 26 & 31 have metallic covers (silver & gold, both excellent condition). Essays and other contributions by Henry Moore, Gordon Russell, Hugh Casson, Robert Leman,David Hockney a.o. ; spine of no 20 slightly damaged and front wrapper a bit frayed; No. 25 slight soilage and faint fold in front wrapper. Number 10 incl. Ark Supplement "Dove" no. 1; added few inserts related to Ark.

[#15526]

ART INTERNATIONAL

Vol. 1 no 1 - vol. 27 no 4 (=last published). Lugano, Switzerland, 1956 - Sept / Nov. 1984. Set in the original illustrated wrappers with volume 13 no 3 in the regular and in the rare variant version. (Vol. 23 and 27 are partly bound) Overall condition good to very good, with only sporadic and unobtrusive library markings on the wrappers.

EUR 6,000.00

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An excellent, unbound set in ORIGINAL WRAPPERS. One of the best surveys of mainstreams in contemporary art'. Edited by James Fitzsimmons. Of Volume 1 (called 'European art today' ) we have in this set only 9 of the 12 issues (Nos.2 and 3 are missing). Otherwise all volumes/years are complete in original wrappers, except vols. 23 and 27 whch are partly bound.. The cover of vol. 13 no 3 designed by Mel Ramos is present in both versions, one with a gorilla and the scarcer one with a kangaroo.

[#15729]

ARTE FACTUM

Tijdschrift voor hedendaagse kunst in Europa.

Nos. 1-53 (all publ.). Antwerpen, 1983/84-1994. Original pictorial wrappers; 4to.

EUR 3,000.00

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Glossy magazine of contemporary art in Europe, particularly FlandersContribs. in English, French, German, Dutch, Italian. Edited by and contribs. of: Flor Bex, Leo v. Damme, Georges Roque, Saskia Bos, Wim v. Mulders, Catherine Strasser, a.o.

[#19381]

BANG: The Hot Communication Monthly Paper

Nos. 1-10 (complete). 10 December 1970-1o Novembre 1971. Tokyo, Caméléon House, 38,5x27cm, 12 issues of each 8 pages, together a volume of 96 pages, in publisher binding with cover illustrated by Ikeda and Shimotani.

EUR 800.00

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Illustrated periodical, founded and directed by the poet Tetsuo Shimizu. In each issue one page dedicated to the illustrators Ken Obata, Masaaki Takauji, Taku Ikeda, Keishiro Komatsu, Aoi Fujimoto, Toshinobu Imai and Nisuke Shimotani. Shimizu is a multifaceted avant garde poet and publisher of comics. He was one of the first to create an internet site in 1996 dedicated to avant-garde poetry (on the proliferation of the haïku), stopped again in 2016.

[#20720]

BAZOOKA

33 publications (including the 5 complete periodicals "Bulletin Périodique", "Les Animaux Malades", "Métal Hurland", "Un regard moderne", "Orphelina" ) by the Bazooka group, a collective of French graphic designers mainly active from 1974 to late 1978. It included Christian Chapiron (using the pseudonym Kiki Picasso), Jean-Louis Dupré (Loulou Picasso), Olivia Clavel (Electric Clito), Lulu Larsen, Bernard Vidal (Bananar) and Jean Rouzaud. The group, with ultra-left sympathies, was formed in the aftermath of May 68 and presented comics, graphics and photographic creations of an aggressive and subversive nature. Their aim was to get out of the classical galleries network, at first through self publications, then reaching a wider public working on record covers, tv titles, daily press and magazines. Chapiron coined the term ‘Graphic Dictatorship’ to describe the spirit of their fierce drawings, collages and (mis)appropriation of images of various origins. Hired by the Parisian Libération to illustrate the journal, they created graphic anarchy (literally exploding the newspaper’s template amongst others). Serge July, director of Libération at the time wrote in his paper on August 12 1977 (pp. 12-13) ‘Bazooka fout la merde’, but gave them the opportunity to do an independent project as a supplement to the paper which became ‘Un Regard Moderne’. Although some Bazooka publications were published in collaboration with existing journals the nature of their work remained provocative both in content and in its distinctive graphic style foreboding the nascent Punk movement. Bazooka’s first magazine ‘Bulletin Périodique’ was immediately forbidden to minors. The various publications in this lot are illustrated throughout with photographs, cartoons and comics and include numerous b/w and duotone plates. All text in French, except for the last issue of ‘Bulletin Périodique’ which also features English text. The publications are assembled in a unique hardcover binding, 44.5 x 32 cm, designed by Paul Groenendijk. The blue cloth cover has Bazooka printed on the front and features three foldable sections. The backcover and spine are executed in black cloth are black, with the spine featuring the title Bazooka printed in gold. The binding is designed in such a matter that the magazines can be completely opened up for viewing purposes. Binding and spine are in mint condition.

EUR 7,000.00

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Bazooka publications included are: - Un regard moderne no. 1-5, supplements to Libération journal, Paris (1978). No.1 March 1978, 42.5 x 31 cm, 32 pp. Printed b/w and pink. Moderate tear (1.5 cm) on top margin through the first 14 pages, and right margin last 14 pages (1 cm and smaller). No.2 April 1978, 42.5 x 31 cm, 32 pp. Printed b/w and green. Usual toning else very good copy. No.3 May 1978, 40 x 29 cm, 32 pp. Printed b/w and blue. Some small rips along the right and lower margins. No.4 June 1978, 40 x 29 cm, 32 pp. Printed b/w .Tear of 1.5 cm along the top margin, mainly on the first 12 pages. Folding line in center. No.5 July 1978, 40 x 29 cm, 32 pp. Printed b/w and yellow. Cover page toned along (moderate) fold, tear of approx. 7 cm at right margin. Tear of 2.5 cm on upper margin through the first 6 pages and the last 8 pages. - Bazooka inserts from ‘Métal Hurlant’ magazine (late seventies) 1. La Querre Coloniaclavel avec Télétony swing. 27 x 20 cm, 6 pp. Colour printed comic strips numbered in pencil 1-6 (original numbering pp. 41-46). Fragile paper with holes in lower left corner. 2. Diablotine porcine. 27 x 20 cm, 8 pp. Colour printed, in good condition. - -. Bazooka Production presente Pelicula en color! 27 x 21 cm, 8 pp. Colour printed. Mint copy. 4. Livres bêtes et méchants, album Charlie. 27 x 20 cm, 8 pp. Colour printed. VG - Les animaux malades no. 1 – 5 / 7 – 14 (1977) 13 issues, each 43 x 29 cm, printed double sided in b/w. With 2 extra sheets which probably belong to issue 13 and 14. All sheets in fine condition. Extra sheet with No.14 has some spotting. - Bulletin périodique no. 1-7 (1976-1978) All 43.5 x 31.5 cm, text in French. No.1, 12 pp. Printed b/w and pink. Formerly folded version, some soiling on folds else good. No.2, 12 pp. Printed b/w and green. Formerly folded version, some toning on folds else very good. No.3, 12 pp. Printed b/w and multi colours. Moderate soiling along fold and backcover. No.4, 16 pp. Printed b/w and multi colours. Light soiling on backcover. No.5-6 1977, 20 pp. Printed b/w and multi colours. Very good copy. No.7 1978, 4 pp. Printed b/w and multi colours. English and French text. Very good. - Orphelina Orphanage Graphique no.1-4 (1978) All 43.5 x 31 cm, text in French. All in very good condition. No.1, 2 pp. Printed b/w. No.2, 2 pp. Printed b/w and colour. No.3, 10 pp. Printed b/w and colour. No.4, 10 pp. Printed b/w and colour.

[#21121]

Peter van BEVEREN.

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

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[#20538]

CENTRAAL MUSEUM UTRECHT.

Mededelingen

Complete set comprising Nos.1-33 (all). Centraal Museum Utrecht, 1972-1981. Various sizes, details on request.

EUR 3,000.00

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Quarterly of the Centraal Museum Utrecht, in which for every issue another wellknown artist was invited and given the opportunity to write some personal observations and design the presentation and lay-out. Redaktie Anthon Beeke, Adeline Janssens, Jos de Meyere, Gerard Stigter, drukkerij van Rossum, and others, details on request; -Mededelingen nr 1 Pieter Holstein 1972 -Mededelingen nr 2 JH Moesman april 1973 -Mededelingen nr 3 Open de Musea, Sandberg juli 1973 (very lightly soiled) -Mededelingen nr 4 Ger van Elk okt 1973 Dit exemplaar in originele koker gericht aan de weledelzeergeleerde dr EJB Postma, rector Nijenrode Breukelen -Mededelingen nr 5 Lucebert jan 1974 -Mededelingen nr 6 Schoonhoven mei 1974 (large size top spine splitting and two faint remainders of mailing folds but otherwise fine. SIGNED BY Jan J. Schoonhoven IN THE INTRODUCTION. Stempel van eigenaar Yves De Smet bij inleiding "" De inhoud van Centraal Museum Utrecht Mededelingen Zes is niet door mij bepaald. De gegevens zijn immers de neerslag van de recente en komende gebeurtenissen in het museum.. Ik was wel bereid om in te gaan op het verzoek om deze mededelingen vorm te geven. Maar ik wilde een tegenwicht maken in beeld en in tekst. Daarbij was voor mij de keus belangrijk. Voor het beeld koos ik de Duitse ontwerper Ronkholz, omdat zijn werk mij doet denken aan het Bauhaus en de typografische ideeën van Jan Tschichold. Ik heb zijn ontwerp achteraf niet gecontroleerd; hij was vrij.. Als tekst koos ik enkele gedichten van K.Schippers, omdat ik daarin iets van mijn Reihungen terugvind..De keus is voor Zero altijd belangrijk geweest. In dit nummer van Centraal Museum Mededelingen vertegenwoordigen Ronkholz en Schippers mijn werk. Zij zijn zelf het lichte, eenvoudige material waarmee ik mijn werk en dat van het museum verbind.Eenvoudig en licht; andere karakteristieken van Zero. .. Ook de tekst heb ik niet geschreven. Maar als de keus in het geding is, verleen ik gaarne mijn signatuur aan deze door een ander gerangschikte woorden… (signatuur Jan J. Schoonhoven)""-- -Mededelingen nr 7 Lucassen augustus 1974 -Mededelingen nr 8/9 Sipke Huisman dec 1974- feb 1975 -Mededelingen nr 10 Rob van Koningsbruggen mei 1975 -Mededelingen nr 11 Instituut Houtappel sep 1975 -Mededelingen nr 12 Het zien van de beeldende kunst, Constant dec 1975 -Mededelingen nr 13 Armando jan 1976 -Mededelingen nr 14 Carel Visser oct 1976 -Mededelingen nr 15 Jeroen Henneman dec 1976 -Mededelingen nr 16-17 Jan F van Deene mrt 1977 Mededelingen nr 18 Douwe Jan Bakker aug 1977 Een vokabulaire beeldverzameling in het ijslandse landschap, voorpublikatie van 18 fragmenten uit A Vocabulary Sculpture in the Icelandic Landscape Reykjavic (1975)/ Haarlem (1976-7), -Mededelingen nr 19 Brott (Brigitte Janssen en Otto Hamer) nov 1977 (small sticker left lower corner of front wrapper) Beschrijving van een beeldende systematiek en 6 kleurplaten, zijnde uitwerkingen van deze beeldende systematiek. Redaktie Hoos Blotkamp, Liesbeth Brandt Corstius, Derk Snoep, Jos de Meyere. -Mededelingen nr 20-21 H Sanders & N vd Eerenbeemt feb 1978 -Mededelingen nr 22 Samsom- Kerr (Marja Samsom, Miss Kerr) mei 1978 -Mededelingen nr 23-24 AC Willink sept 1978 -Mededelingen nr 25 Hans van Lunteren jan 1979 Een experimenteel park, het alledaagse in het bijzonder, Stichting Werkkollektief beeldende kunstenaars. Redaktie Hoos Blotkamp, Liesbeth Brandt Corstius, Derk Snoep, Ida van Zijl. -Mededelingen nr 26 Co Westerik aug 1979 -Mededelingen nr 27 Bertus Mulder najaar 1979 -Mededelingen nr 28-29 Lou Loeber voorjaar 1980 -Mededelingen nr 30 Van de Wint zomer 1980 Van de Wint in gesprek met Egbert van Faassen, -Mededelingen nr 31 Hetty Huisman 1980 A Monochronous in blue, a scrape and scrapbook no.2 for all of my students '78-'79, as yet unknown to me, hh 1978 -Mededelingen CMU nr 32 JCJ van der Heyden 1981 Himalaya. Redactie Frans van Burkom, Daan Out, Frank Pietersen, Derk Snoep, Matty Veldkamp, Ida van Zijl. Drukkerij van Rossum bv Utrecht -Mededelingen CMU nr 33 Fons van Raaij 1981

[#17420]

CHARLEY (CATTELAN, Maurizio)

Vol. 1,2,3,4,5. plus No Soul For Sale. 2002 - 2007,2010. In original wrappers.

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---. Charley 01 by Cattelan Maurizio; Funcke Bettina; Gioni Massimiliano; Subotnick Ali Editorial Board --- Charley 02 (Cartes Postale) by Jenelle Porter Maurizio Cattelan Editor Massimiliano Gioni Editor Ali Subotnick Editor ----. Charley 03 by Cattelan, Maurizio, and Cattelan, Maurizio (Editor), and Gioni, Massimiliano (Editor) ------: Charley 04 (No. 4) Checkpoint Charley. by Cattelan, Maurizio (Editor), and Gioni, Massimiliano (Editor), and Subotnick, Ali (Editor) ----- Charley 05 brings together the stray dogs of contemporary art and features artists that have remained isolated, forgotten, proudley secluded or slightly unnoticed, in spite of their visionary work. ---.Charley Independents: No Soul for Sale by Ceclia Alemani, Maurizio Cattelan, Massimiliano Gioni, Ali Subotnik, editors No Soul for Sale: A Festival for Independents at Tate Modern.

[#18078]

CIMAISE

Revue de l'Art actuel. Art et Architecture actuels / Presentday Art and Architecture.

Série 1: Nos. 1-8 cplt. (nov. 1953- juillet/août 1954); Série 2: Nos. 1-8 cplt; (sept/oct. 1954- juillet 1955); Série 3: Nos.1-8 cplt. (oct/nov .1955- juillet/août 1956); Série 4: nos. 1-6 cplt. (sept/oct. 1956-juillet/aout 1957); Série 5 Nos. 1-6 cplt. (sept/oct. 1957-juillet/sept.1958); Série 6 Nos. 1-5 cplt. (oct/nov. 1958-juin/août 1959); All in the original pictorial wrappers, in the first years with original lino- or lithographed covers (size of the first two years 21,9 x18,5 cm., then becoming 24,5 x19,8 cm.). (without série 2 no 5, avril 1955; série 6 no 4, 1959 2e trim.). A few spines lightly damaged, but otherwise a good clean set of the essential first 41 numbers. TOGETHER with 4 (of 5) issues of the precursor, Bulletin trimestriel, Janvier 1953-Juillet 1953. Original illustrated (lino/lithographed) wrappers.

EUR 3,000.00

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Five issues as Bulletin bimestriel, by Galerie Arnaud, preceeded the actual start in November 1953: No. 2: lino by R. Lapoujade, and by C. Maussion inside; No. 3: lino by Carrade on cover and by Koenig inside; contribs. by Seuphor, Max Ackermann, Le Corneur, Kalinowski; handwritten note on backcover; No. 4/5: lino by Bertini and by Navarro and Enard inside. Then the actual periodical started as 'Revue de l'art actuel': Directed by J. R. Arnaud. Articles, features and documentation on modern and avant-garde art movements (in particular lyrical- abstract) in France as well as in other European countries and in the United States (e.g. Special issue Regard sur l'art américain, nov./dec, 1956). Contributors include R.-V. Gindertael, Michel Ragon, Herta Wescher (reporting on German art), Dore Ashton (contacts with the USA), Michel Seuphor, Pierre Restany (in particular for Italy), Gilles Plazy, Daniel Abadie, Maiten Bouisset, Pierre Cabanne, Jean-Jacques Lévêque, André Wogenecky, etc. In the first years colourful linographed and lithographed (later serigraphy) covers with work of: Deyrolle, Edg. Pillet, Manolis Calliyannis, Schneider, Jean Milo, Hartung, Legrand, Dumitresco, Corneille, Prassinos, Sugai, Ben Nicholson, Arp, Bertrand, Olson, Goebel, Carrade, Fichet, Mathieu, etc.

[#16530]

CIVILTA

Rivista della Esposizione Universale di Roma.

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

EUR 500.00

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

[#17566]

CLARTÉ

Art, Art-décoratif, Architecture.

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

EUR 3,000.00

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

[#19595]

COZMIC COMICS.

Nos.1-20 (all pulished). London: H. Bunch Associates, 1972-1975) Stapled wrps., unpaginated (32pp.-46pp.). Formats vary, mostly quarto or small quarto. All in excellent condition.

EUR 1,000.00

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More or less the successor to OZ-magazine. A rare complete set of all twenty comics published by Felix Dennis's imprint, together with The Trials of Nasty Tales, co-published by H. Bunch "in league with the editors of Nasty Tales" in 1973. Cozmic Comics launched in 1972 and was given further impetus when Felix Dennis and his associate Dick Pountain began looking for new publishing opportunities following the closure of Oz magazine at the end of October 1973. In the beginning mostly reprints of American material but soon featuring the work of individual British artists, most notably Ed Barker, Mike Weller, Joe Petagno and William Rankin (aka Wyndham Raine), it created its own distinctive identity and established itself as most successful British 'underground' of the day.

[#20815]

CULTURE HERO

A Fanzine of Stars of the Super World.

Masterprint. Jill Johnston Exposed: special issue. A life dominated by Strange Arts, Consuming Desires, and Ego-Eroticism... Size (h/w): 57,5 x 44,5 cm. 28 pages lithographed by aluminum plates, rainbow rolled in over 150 colors, printed on heavy stock, cardboard cover, sheets held together with Chicago screws. Each page can be removed for framing. First and last page signed by Les Levine. (The original cardboard cover is slightly soiled, but otherwise in good shape with the screws intact). All of the Interior in excellent condition, thus a fine set.

EUR 4,000.00

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This special issue of the magazine Culture Hero is a unique portfolio of fine art prints, widely acclaimed upon publication ("An invaluable supplement to any collection of great art" Stanly Dance, Saturday Review; "A vividly human documentary." Leonard Feather, Los Angeles Times; "Encyclopedic in scope." Arnold Shaw, NY Times Book Review; "Shatters the senses of the prude." Paris Figaro; "My favorite art book." Walter Kerr, NY Times; "A winner. Original and imaginative!" The New Yorker; "A trip - young and beautiful!" William A. Raidy, Newhouse Newspapers; etc. Very rare now. Includes interview,articles etc. by Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Meredith Monk, Lucas Samaras, etc.

[#19111]

DOWN BEAT

50 Years With Armstrong

Vol. 17, No. 14. Chigaco: Down Beat, July 14, 1950. Tabloid format periodical, printed on cheap paper, 19pp. Folded into magazine wrappers. Light wear at folds, some chipping to delicate edges. Signed by Armstrong and his band.

EUR 1,200.00

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Special issue of this Jazz magazine celebrating the 50th birthday of Louis Armstrong, who is pictured on the cover. Includes numerous features about and tributes to Armstrong, as well as an Armstrong discography. The front cover has been signed by Armstrong in green ink, as well as by the members of his current band: Earl "Fatha" Hines, Jack Teagarden, Arvell Shaw, Barney Bigard, Sleepy Grider, Cozy Cole and singer Velma Middleton. Additionally, one of Armstrong's chief rivals at the time, trumpeter Henry "Red" Allen, has also signed inside.

[#19279]

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

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

EUR 2,500.00

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

[#19204]

ENTR' OPIUM

Künstlerzeitung

Nos. 1- 8 (of 10 published). Kassel: Self published, 1987 - 1988. All diferent formats. Published in an edition of 50 copies each.

EUR 1,600.00

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No. 1. Large Quarto. 34 pages printed on different stock - with original contributions (paintings, water colors,photocopies, collages, inserts etc.) Original grey wrappers with pasted on title, held together with 2 bolt screws. Contributions by: Rolf Lobeck, Ottmar Kiefer; Gudrun Emmert, Gunnar Rosinke; Joern Budesheim; Kirsten Uchman, Thomas Bachler, Hartmut Bepler, Martin Gassner, Thilo Mössner +Harald Werner. No. 2. Small quarto, 60 pages, printed on different sotck - with original contributions (paintings, walter colors,photocopies, collages, pasted inserts etc.). Printed original light green wrappers. Contributions by: Thomas Bachler, Hartmut Bepler, Joern Bodesheim, Gudrun Emmert, Garry Fritsch, Martin Gassner, Harald e. Hohmann, Andreas Kuhn, Rolf Lobeck, Brigitte Rathmann, Gunnar Rosinke +Kirsten Uchman. No. 3. Small quarto, 60 pages, printed on different stock - with original contributions (paintings, walter colors,photocopies, collages, pasted inserts etc.). Blind stamped original blue rubber wrappers. Contributions by: Andreas Kuhn, Gudrun Emmert, Thilo Mössner, Rolf Lobeck, Carolin Schneider, Otmar Kiefer, Gunnar Rosinke, Garry Fritsch, Hartmut Bepler, Thomas Bachler, Joern Budesheim, Martin Gassner, Harald Werner, Kirsten Uchman + Harald Hohmann. No. 4. Oblong octavo, 130 pages (offset). Stapled, in original painted slipcase with pasted on title. Contributions by: Hartmut Bepler, Thomas Bachler, Andreas Kuhn, Harald Hohmann, Gudrun Emmert, Kirsten Uchman, Joern Budesheim, Rolf Lobeck, Harald Werner, Martin Gassner, Garry Fritsch, Gunnar Rosinke. No. 5. Small quarto, 44 pages, with tipped in photograph, original drawings. Red printed wrappers. One of 50 numbered copies. Contributions by: Thomas Bachler, Hartmut Bepler, Joern Budesheim, Gudrun Emmert, Garry Fritsch, Martin Gassner, Rolf Lobeck, Andreas Kuhn, Thilo Mössner, Gunnar Rosinke + KirstenUchman. No. 6. Folio, 78 pages, printed on different stock - with original contributions (paintings, walter colors, photocopies,collages, inserts etc. Photographic wrappers with taped spine. Contributions by: Thomas Bachler, Hartmut Bepler, Joern Budesheim, Gudrun Emmert, Garry Fritsch, Martin Gassner, Harald E. Hohmann, Andreas Kuhn, Rolf Lobeck, Thilo Rössner, Gunnar Rosinke, Waltraud Schu,Kirsten Uchman + Harald Werner. No. 7. Aufklarung als Unterhaltung. Jahrgang 2 1988. Oblong quarto, 74 pages - with original contributions (paintings, walter colors, photocopies, computer prints collages, inserts etc. Printed stiff wrappers with taped spine. Contributions by: Bachler, Bepler, Budesheim, Emmert, Gassner, Kuhn, Lobeck, Rössner, Schu, Uchman, Werner, Wilka. No. 8. Effizienz und Faulheit. Jahrgang No. 2. Quarto, 54 pages - with original contributions (paintings, walter colors, photocopies, computer prints collages, inserts etc. Printed stiff wrappers with taped spine. Contributions by: Martin Gassner, Thomas Bachler, Joern Budesheim, Kirsten Uchman, Thilo Rössner, Andreas Kuhn, Waltraud Schu, Harald Werner, Harald E. Hohmann, Garry Fritsch, Gunnar Rosinke.

[#20214]

THE EXPLORER.

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

EUR 400.00

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Founded and edited by Piet Schreuders "…onderzoekt dingen die nog niet eerder onderzocht zijn". With texts in dutch and english, line-drawings and photographs; nicely presented and with original lay-out. Uncommon complete.

[#16565]

EXTRA

(An Artists Magazine).

Numbers 1 - 5 (all publ.). Köln, Juli 1974 -1975. Quarto, original pictorial wrappers. Pictorial covers, a very nice set, as new. Rare complete.

EUR 2,500.00

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Edited by Werner Lippert, with original contributions by the artists. No.1 : Front cover courtesy Paula Cooper. Contributions by Hans HAACKE with text about the refusal of his project'74 'Manets Spargelstilleben' by the Wallraf-Richartz Museum, which was shown later in the gallery of Paul Maenz. Urs LÜTHI: 'The Numbergirl 1973', Daniel BUREN: 2 pages with vertical yellow bands printed on vellum. Duane MICHAELS: 'portrait of Andy Warhol, 1973'. Joseph KOSUTH: (Notizen) 'Über eine anthroplogisierte kunst' and Jean le GAC – ‘Les Anecdotes, 1974’. + loosely laid in one page text ‘Zusatz sur Projekt 74 Ausgabe'. - Number 2: Bernar VENET: Analysis of the graphic representation of the Function y =x etc.; Anne + Patrick POIRIER: Dodici Vedute etc. + Tempio C Dell' Acropoli etc.; A. DIAS: The Illustration of Art; Karl BLOSSFELD: 5 photographs; Art & Language, Joseph Kosuth, Iole de Freitas.- Number 3: Robert BARRY: 25 Words and 5 Blank Pages 1974; Terry ATKINSON: Article concerning Kosuth's Anthropologized Art"; Hanne DARBOVEN: Manuscript for a Film 1970-74; Ralph GIBSON: From Days at Sea 1974; Roman OPALKA: Details and Voyage Notes; Sol LEWITT: Drawings 1974. - Number 4: Devoted to David ASEKEVOLD: Complete Documentation of his Works 1968 - 1974. - Number 5: G. PENONE: Five pressures w. constant spatial characteristics etc…; Rune MIELDS: Line drawings on transparent sheets; Hans Peter FELDMANN: Pin Up Girls (photographs); Lewis BALTZ: Installations (photographs); G. ZORIO: Energy as Absence / Energy as Presence (photos on transparent sheets w. red line drawings).

[#19072]

EYE

Vol. 1 No. 1 - Vol. 4 No. 4 (all publ.) March 1968 - May 1969 (New York, The Herarst Co.Together 15 issues, complete set). Includes the bonus items of the first 12 issues, last 3 did not have bonus items). Condition is vg to near fine, some issues have minute wear, but a pretty clean set, with only no 8 slightly waterstained.

EUR 1,000.00

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Eye Magazine was published by Hearst from 1968-1969: an interesting youth lifestyle / rock and roll magazine. Complete set (15 issues). The first 10 issues have posters intact, one is loose (with small paperloss). The 11th issue has the record present but loose, the 12th issue has the Spiderman comic book present (but loose). The last three issues don’t have any bonus items. Complete hard to find with all inserts present. "EYE magazine, where hipness met consumerism, was a brief candle amidst the flickering lights of the 1960s". "An effort by the Hearst Corporation to cash on the exploding youth market in publishing: Glitz, glamour, and guys with money" EYE was well known for its high-quality inserts: *foldout posters of celebrities, a record, a comic book (Spiderman). Edited by Susan Szekely, Pete Hamill, Ed Sanders, Sally Wimmer, Michael Thomas, Charles Slack, John Gabree, Peter Swerdloff, Carig Karpel, Colin Bell, Lisa Wilson, Roy Novak, Al Ellenberg, Karla Kuskin, Nancy Weber, and others. Some features and names: Draft Women Now !, Psychedelic Color Poster, Jom Morrison, Mick Jasgger portrait poster, Jim Hendrix,Poster The Beatles, The Dylan Fgang, Tom Wolfe, John Lennen/Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, Beach Boy, Candy Bergen, Steve McQueen, Rolling Stoness, Boy and the Pill, Dustin Hofman.

[#15694]

FACT:

(Magazine).

Complete set: Vol. 1 no 1-6 (Jan-Dec.1964), orig.wrps., fine Vol. 2 no 1-6 (Jan-Dec.1965), orig. wrps. ; covers of no 3 slightly stained. else fine. Vol. 3 no 1-6 (Jan - Dec.1966) orig wrps., fine. Vol. 4 nos. 1-4 (of 4) New York, 1967 (August).. Orig. wrps., one front-cover stained.

EUR 2,000.00

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Edited by Ralph Ginzburg and Warren Boroson, libertarian journal, and important sixties publication. The magazine was notable for having been sued by Barry Goldwater over a 1964 issue entitled "The Unconscious of a Conservative: A special Issue on the Mind of Barry Goldwater". In Goldwater v. Ginzburg, a federal jury awarded Goldwater $1 in compensatory damages and $75,000 in punitive damages, to punish Ginzburg and the magazine for being reckless. It put the magazine out of business. Cover designs by Herb Lubalin. Lubalin’s private studio gave him the freedom to take on any number of wide-ranging projects, from poster and magazine design to packaging and identity solutions. It was here that the designer became best known, particularly for his work with a succession of magazines published by Ralph Ginzburg: Eros, Fact, and Avant Garde. Contribs. by Arnold Toynbee (on the Vietnam war), Stokely Carmichael, a.o. Guest illustrators: Jim Spanfeller, Gerry Gersten, Chas B. Slackman, Etienne Delessert & Tom Huffman. Rare set. With the Marylin Monroe number. Vol. 4 no 4 (the important last one) substitled: An antidote to the timidity and corruption of the American press. Civil War: America is splitting in two. Contains the Poll by Fact with 30 wellknown Americans (Kazin,Chayefsky,Ginsberg,Warhol,Hartford,Krassner,etc.; also Tuli Kupferberg "Divided we stand"", a letter from priosn(David Reed) etc.

[#20327]

FEU

(Feu Revue) complete set of 6 numbers, Daviot Editeur Paris, 1989-1994 Open format 50 x 71 cm printed recto verso, rectangle format folded in 4 (25 x 35.5 cm). One of the regular edition of 2000. 6 issues were published; each number unfolds to a large poster.

EUR 800.00

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Ephemeral magazine under the direction of Jean Daviot and Bernard Marcadé, each issue was entrusted to an artist. It unfolds and takes the form of a large poster. Edited by Jean Daviot & Bernard Marcadé. These copies are the regular edition. (There was also a signed and numbered deluxe version edition 200). 6 issues were published: Feu No. 1 Jean-Michel Alberola, 1989 Feu No. 2 Robert Combas 1990 Feu No. 3 Niele Toroni 1990 Feu No. 4 Christian Boltanski 1991 Feu No. 5 Paul-Armand Gette 1992 Feu No. 6 Michel Journiac 1994 ″Chaque numéro est conçu comme une oeuvre originale par un artiste... Pas d'informations, pas de rédactionnel, pas de publicité, mais de l'art et de l'humour...″ Art Press

[#20440]

Galerie URSULA LICHTER. Frankfurt

A group of 15 bulletins, 1967-1972. Each 21x15 cm, 4 pages with b/w illustrations and texts concerning the displayed artists.

EUR 1,000.00

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1. Fritz Koethe (Nov. 67),(w.small repair) 2. H. Goepfert (Jan. 68), 3. Jef Verheyen (April 68), 4. Gonschior / Spindel (Jan. 69), 5. Holweck (Jul. 69), 6. Schoonhoven (Aug. 69),(smallimperfection at the bottom,removed staples). 7. Walter Leblanc (Oct. 1969), 8. Raimund Girke (Nov. 1969) 9. A. Rainer (Jul. 70), 10. Chr. Megert (Okt. 70) (left upper corner damaged, and emoved staples) 11. H. Bartels (Feb. 71) 12. Herbert Oehm (Sept. 1971), 13. de Vries (Mai 71) 14. H. Mack (Dez. 71) 15. Bernd Koberling (Feb. 1972) ADDED: solo publication by Galerie d: - A Eugenio CARMI (1964)- w. text by Umberto Eco, illustrated; (8 pages).

[#19220]

INSOLATIONS

(Bernard Dufour, Bruno Roy).

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

EUR 2,400.00

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

[#16517]

META

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

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

EUR 500.00

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[#16520]

META

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

No. 8: Kunst und Poesie aus Österreich und Dänemark. - Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, april 1952, sm.4to, stapled, 10pp. ills.b/w. Added: original lithograph by K.O.Götz, Edited by Karl-Otto Götz. Reprod. of works by Edgar Jené, Maria Lassing, Kurt Weber, Wilhelm Freddie, Sven Dalsgaard, poems by Hanns Weissenborn, Michael Guttenbrunner, Max Hölzer, Paul Celan, Ove Abildgaard, vg, german text.1953

EUR 900.00

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

[#20850]

META

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

A group of Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 (out of 10 published). No. 4: Junge Maler und Poeten in Paris. Edited by Karl-Otto Götz - Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, Febr.1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp, ills, b/w., poems by Paul Meyer, Edouard Jaguer, Max Clarac-Serou, reprod. of works by Francis Bott, Matta, Henri Goetz, Henry Nouveau, Tajiri, *added: leaflet with poems by Mayer and Clarac-Serou, Jaguer* (loose as issued) vg, german text No. 5: Meta Junge Maler u. Poeten in England - Edited by Karl-Otto Götz.Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, März.1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp, ills, b/w., poems by Maurice Carpenter, Crieff Williamson, reprod. of works by Peter Lanyon, Charles Howard, Alan Davie, William Gear, Stephen Gilbert, vg, german text (with the loosely inserted green sheet with english translations). No. 6. Frankfurt am Main, Verlag Neue Presse GmbH, Juli 1951. Size (h/w): 18,5 x 20 cm. 8 pp. Original self-wrappers. Illustrated. Very good copy, light wear to covers. "Junge Maler und Poeten in Holland". Original woodcut in colour on frontpage by Ger Gerrits. Publishes work by Cobra-artists Constant, Wolvenkamp, Appel, Brands, Rooskens, Lucebert, Elburg and Schierbeek. No. 7: Deutsche Kunst und Poesie der gegenwart. Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, november 1951, sm.4to, stapled, 6pp. (Spine splitting, very light toning, but overal an excellent copy).ills.b/w. Cover: original coloured woodcut by K.O.Götz, Added: original coloured lino by S. Stolpe No. 8: Kunst und Poesie aus Österreich und Dänemark. - Frankfurt: Meta Verlag, april 1952, sm.4to, stapled, 10pp. ills.b/w. Added: original lithograph by K.O.Götz, Edited by Karl-Otto Götz. Reprod. of works by Edgar Jené, Maria Lassing, Kurt Weber, Wilhelm Freddie, Sven Dalsgaard, poems by Hanns Weissenborn, Michael Guttenbrunner, Max Hölzer, Paul Celan, Ove Abildgaard, vg, german text.1953

EUR 3,500.00

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[#16474]

META

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

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

EUR 450.00

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[#16518]

META

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

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#16519]

META

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

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#19547]

OMNIBUS PRESS.

Omnibus Press, Thomas Niggl - Zum Wohnsystem, Omnibus Press Architecture 1, 1971. ( Bijlmer project). 122 pages in printed red wrappers. Richly illustrated. 20,8x14,8.

EUR 250.00

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Authors were T.Niggl, K.Bohrmann, Francoise Blondel, Haze; E.Hazel.

[#15094]

PANDERMA

Revue de la fin du monde.

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.). Basel, 1958-1977. Original pictorial wrappers, 4to & sq. 4to (front-cover no. 6 with browning on the right half). Otherwise all good or fine; the Hundertwasser in mint condition. With photographs, inserts and IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL MATERIALS: original graphic supplements, posters, programs, invitations etc., as detailed below.

EUR 4,500.00

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Edited by Carl Laszlo. - No. 1: 1957, No. 2: 1958. - No. 3: "Hommage au Dalaï-Lama, incl. a large original 3-colour lithograph (28 x 117 cm) by Hundertwasser: "Die Flucht des Dalai Lama", colour lithograph, inscribed in the stone, dated Hundertwasser 1959, one of ca. 1.800 prints, cut in the middle and stuck together on the back, long version, 27,5 x 117,5 cm, stamp on the back, laid folded in the magazine Panderma 3. Revue de la fin de l'homme, Basel 1959, Mint condition. -.No. 5-6: Special issues on Schroeder-Sonnenstern and Vasarely incl. each a serigraph by the artist; -No. 7/8 incl. serigraphies by Vasarely, Müller-Brittnau and a lino-cut by Köth. -No. 9: :"Götterdämmerung". incl. lino-cuts by Van Dyken and Lalo(small closed tear at the lower end). - -No. 10/11: devoted to work of Grützke and Marcello Morandini, incl. a serigraphy by Morandini & an off-set print by Grützke (light wear to top) Both signed -No. 12: Special issue 'Freedom for Timothy Leary', incl. 2 photolithos by Gritzner and Bartha -No. 13: Special Issue "Eva Wipf". Contribs. incl. Arp, Man Ray, Cocteau, Hausmann, Picabia, and many other important names in modern art. ADDED: - 4 posters for Performances (Basler Surrealistengruppe, 30.Jan.1957, Albansaal; Ionesco/6 Einakter von C. Laszlo, 12.Juni 1957, Komödie Basel; Théatre Fauteuil; März/April, Alleyn etc.; Théatre Fauteuil, 29. April, Chansons Christian Sarrel; - 3 signed serigraphies, unidentified as to belonging to which of the issues; - 1 large folding poster b/w, with text (1954) and image by Vasarely - Publicity leaflets for Numbers 1, 2, 5 and the special issue for the Dalai-Lama, Hundertwasser - 4 printed Manifests by Laszlo (Manifest gegen den Avantgardismus; Gespenster; Linke Nazis gegen Zionismus; Bevor Neo-Dada war, war Dada da) - 8 invitations to (or programs of) Exhibitions and Manifestations (Festival de la Fin du Monde; Theatre Fauteuil,Musik des Mittelalters etc.; Ionesco, Cocteau, Laszlo; Des Geometers Hochzeit; etc.) - facsimile of letter to Lehmanns Verlag, 13.3.1966.

[#9801]

PANORAMA

Revista Portuguesa de Arte e Turismo.

Nos. 1-39 (all). Lisbon, June 1941-1949; then Series 2: Nos. 1-13/14 (all). Lisbon, 1951-1955; then Series 3: Nos. 1-24 (all). Lisbon, 1956-Dec.1961; then Series 4: Nos. 1-18. Lisbon, March 1962-June 1966. Original pictorial wrappers in colour. Folio.

EUR 800.00

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Richly illustrated monthly (lateron: quarterly) on Portuguese art, of which the quality of the contributions exceeds by far the primary objective of Tourist promotion. Officially published by the State Tourist Office, at first directed by Ant'onio Ferro, graphic director J'ulio Gil. It had important contributors, authors, artists and photographers. Besides articles on art and local history, also contributions on Goa, Brasil, Angola, etc. One issue with a few ink marks, but on the whole in very good condition. Publication continued till September 1973 (no 46/47 of series 4), but notwithstanding thae fact that the set is not complete till the end, this is an extremely long, ongoing series from the begioing, in quite good condition, and very scarce thus. (On the importance of the artistic, literary and photographic contribution see extensively: Pires, Dicionario II,1, p/ 346-354).

[#20169]

PARKETT

Schweizer Kunstzeitschrift/Swiss Art Magazine.

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

EUR 3,000.00

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

[#17087]

RASSEGNA

Problemi di architettura dell'ambiente.

Nos. 1- 50. (Comprising Anno 1-14). Bologna: Editirice Cipia Srl, 1979- 1992. Quarto; original wrappers, some with light dust soilage, altogether a very good set.

EUR 2,000.00

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Aarchitectural and design quarterly, edited by Vittorio Gregotti. Number 50 is the general index to the previous ones. Each issue on a theme a.o.: 'I clienti de Le Corbusier'; 'Giuseppe Terragni 1904/43'; 'Vehicles 1909/47'; 'il campo della grafica italiana';"II disegno del mobile razionale in Italia 1928-1948", 'Architecture in the Avant-Garde Magazines'; 'Photographs of Architecture'; 'Venice: City of the Modern'; 'Materials of Design'. And many others. Articles usually with English, French & German summaries. A list of titles of the individual issues will be sent on demand.

[#20702]

LE TÉMOIN

Dir.: Paul Iribe.

Nos. 1-69 (all publ.). Paris, 10 déc. 1933 - 30 juin 1935. Rare complete set, in original parts as issues, not trimmed..Folio (except no. 48-56, which are tabloïd-size). The first 43 numbers (comprising years 1933-34) are loose in the rare original publishers bindingcase, all in excellent condition, the binding case with some wear to the clothbacked spine. Nos. 44-69 are loose,unbound, (Nos. 48-56 which are tabloïds, are folded in the middle). Issues of this section are sometimes a little britte, rusting staples and 5 issues with light damage (the final issue bottom&spine damaged,but image and text intact).. Altogether however a very good set, quite rare as complete as offered here. Folio, bound in 2 vols. Contemp.cloth with title-shields (except no. 48-56, which are tabloïd-size, folded in four, contained in a folder at the end volume 2). Very good clean set, only slightly trimmed.

EUR 5,000.00

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Artistically high-ranking, vigorous French nationalist satirical weekly, 16 pp. per issue, with illustrations by Paul Iribe, Chas. Laborde, J. Villemont, Sennep, Vertès, P. Laurier, a.o. Acting against upcoming Fascism. All issues have on the front and back page a satirical drawing by Iribe in "tri-colour", many of which have become quite famous. Iribe was close to the couturier Coco Chanel, and used her face to depict French "Marianne" in many of the images. This is the complete second series of Le Témoi by Iribe whihg was published earlier.

[#19633]

UTOPIA

Tweemaandelijks tijdschrift voor wetenschappelijk amusement (Utopia. Bi-monthly for scientific entertainment),

A unique ensemble: COMPLETE SET with some DESIGNS. Numbers 1-10. 1975-1978 1975 - 1977. Together with the 2 Thematic supplements (all published). Variously produced issues in different formats and paper. Complete sets are quite rare because of the small edition of the first issues, TOGETHER WITH: The original DESIGNS for the issues 1, 3, 5, 6 and the special issue on J.M. JUJOL, together on ±55 lvs., mostly w. mounted letterpress articles, illustrations and original drawings. (Note:- Mounted letterpress articles partly loose(ning). = With numerous manuscript directions for the printer in blank margins. The original drawings comprise two comics and a drawing by CHIEL (VAN DER STELT) ("Mr. Fluxus comments...", "Fluxus heeft druk werk", "Utopia gaat gewoon door!", pen and felt-tip pen, 1x dated "'76"), an anonymous drawing "Maarten Pedroli's Tofplof automaat" and various designs of the frog that was used for the frontwrapper of Utopia 5.

EUR 3,500.00

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Redactie / edited by: Hans Oldewarris, Hans Kamphuis, Jan Pesman, Peter de Winter. Variously produced issues in various formats and paper. An important and very remarkable periodical on innovative and creative design. Nr. 1. "Various articles with supplement : Guitar with electronics" Oktober 1975. Edition: 300 Nr. 2. Stefan Schlesinger and Van Houten, 3-d.postcards, supplement "Een I.Q. kleurentelevisie" . Various articles. On the cover a bathing cap designed by architect H. Th. Wijdeveld in the 1920s. March 1976. Edition: 300 Nr. 3. Prijsvraag voor een restaurant in Peshawar, Pakistan. Op de omslag het winnende ontwerp van Jan Benthem / Competition for a restaurant in Peshawar, Pakistan. On the cover the winning entry by Jan Benthem. May 1976. Edition: 500 Nr. 4. From the archives of Hergé and Speer, Joe Colombo, Cthulhu-mythology. September 1976. With the cigarette-paperbook attached. Edfion: 500 N r. 5. Superimposed plates. January 1977. dition: 750 Nr. 6. Dutch pavilions at World Exhibitions, The car as ornament. Nr. 7. Water towers and solar energy. 1977. Edition of 1500 copies. Druk Twigt B.V. Gouda. In transparent plastic tube. (5 sheets of 30x90 cm,printed on one side in blue, rolled into the tube; later these were cut again and stapled together). Nr. 8. Schrijfmachines / Typewriters. Met bijdragen van / with contributions by W.F. Hermans, Rudy Kousbroek, Piet Grijs. Complete with the Samples of Carbon-paper (inside) and Correction-foil. Nr. 9. Televisie / Television. (With complete script of Utopia TV-program on the future developments of television. Nr. 10. (also numbered as Jrg. 3 ( september1978 American Paperback Cover Art. Met bijdragen van / with contributions by Hans Oldewarris, Mark Schaffer, Piet Schreuders, Ed Schilders, Thomas L. Bonn, Huib Opstal. Edition: 2000 ex. TOGETHER WITH: - Utopia - special. (1) Speciale uitgave Architekt JUJOL 1879 – 1949 Samenstelling / compiled by Rein Saariste, Dolf Dobbelaar, Joris molenaar, Paul de Vroom. bouwplaat / Cardbord model: Kees Christiaanse. Limited ed. in cardboard box. 500 copies.November 1976 - Utopia - special 2. DWL-brochure met voorstel tot het vestigen van een werkgemeenschap in het watertorencomplex op het voormalige Drinkwaterleidingterrein in Rotterdam /DWL-brochure with the proposal to set up a working community in the watertowercomplex in Rotterdam. Samenstelling / Compiled by Hans Oldewarris, Peter de Winter, Victor Mani, Hans Werlemann. (This volume very rare as it was only given to the town council members at that time in Rotterdam. Just 150 copies)

[#19536]

WORMHOLE

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

EUR 300.00

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

[#15515]

ZODIAC

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

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

EUR 1,200.00

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

[#15522]

ZODIAC

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

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

EUR 300.00

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