Cat. 309

Concrete / Conceptual

[#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.

[#20187]

Vincenzo ACCAME

SCHEDE

Edizioni Tool, Editor Ugo Carrega. Milan. 1970. 22 loose sheets plus title-page, each measuring 10x15 cm., number of copies not stated. Offset printed on thin white cardboard, lightly age toned and lightly stained titepage.

EUR 600.00

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Artist book. Vincenzo Accame (Loano, 1932 - Milan, 1999) was a poet, essayist, translator and editor of avantgarde poetry. In1964 he works in the magazine Malebolge. Since 1970, he has directed the literary supplement "Le Lettere" of the magazine "Le Arti"; He participated in the activity of the exhibition space Mercato del Sale of Milan and participated and made his own the Nuova Scrittura manifesto. Tireless worker, since 1965 he has participated in all major national and international journals of poetic-visual research, his work has been shown in numerous personal and collective exhibitions (both national and international). His critical and poetic texts have been published in many magazines: "Il Verri", "Uomini and idee.", "Geiger", "Techne", etc. He has also edited several anthologies of poetry. Among his artist´s books stand out "Ricercari" (1968), "Mot (s)" (1968), "Prove di linearitá" (1970), "Schede" (1970), "Differenze" (1972) and "La pratica" of the segno "(1974).

[#20188]

Vincenzo ACCAME

Differenze

Edizoni Tool, Milano, Ugo Carrega. 1972. 32 pages, glued in beige card.11,4x17,1 cm. 1st edition. 150 copies. Printed by: tecnografica milanese. Ponte sesto di rozzano. Good condition. Cover lightly duststained, internally as new Previous ownership stamp on inside cover.. :

EUR 600.00

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incenzo Accame (Loano, 1932 - Milan, 1999) was a poet, essayist, translator and editor of avantgarde poetry.

[#20911]

Vincenzo ACCAME

‘mot(s)’ Mot(s).

Milan, Edizione Tool, 1970. 30 x 21 cm, 9 pp, stapled stencilled sheets. Concrete poem ‘linguistic roundabout per vincenzo’ by Carrega on yellow cover. Artist’s name written in pencil on front cover, back cover states 12/300. Artists’ book featuring visual poetry. Cover has some toning, else a good copy.

EUR 400.00

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[#20977]

ACTUAL SIZE

One. Actual Size Press, Detroit, November 1969. Edited by Archie Anderson and Robert Andrews.

EUR 150.00

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Underground literary magazine, includes a section of Concrete work by editor Robert Andrews.Contributions by Gamaliel, Michael Vranich, Walter Hall, Robvert Andrews, Archie Anderson, Jim Krepps, Andrei Codrescu, Kenneth Mikolowski, with a special contribution by Gary Snyde (Smokey Bear Sutra)

[#20914]

A.D. 2200

Moving.

Moving, Poems by A.D. 2200. Paris and Boston, Phantom Court Press, 1972. 21.5 x 16.5 cm, 52 pp. Limited edition of 500 a/z inscribed, this is No.C/2. Signed in black marker on first page (tracing paper) by A.D. with an extensive text dedicated to Clarx 22 8 73. Front cover has a black paper wrapper with die cut part featuring the title (black on orange), the back cover has a similar die cut part with information on the writer A.D. twenty-twohundred. A yellow sheet with publishers information about Phantom Court Press is affixed to the interior of the back cover. Good copy.

EUR 300.00

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“A.D. 2200” is a poignant tribute to 22-year-old Guinean immigrant Amadou Diallo, who was shot dead by four plain-clothed members of the New York City Police Department in February, 1999. Diallo, a street merchant by day and student by night, was outside his apartment in the Bronx on the night of February 5 when he was spotted by four NYPD officers who believed he matched the description of a serial rapist who had been active in the burrough. The officers alleged that they had identified themselves clearly to Diallo, who had run; claiming to have mistaken the wallet he was carrying for a gun, the officers fired a total of 41 shots, 19 of which hit Diallo. Racial profiling, gross negligence and other civil rights violations by the officers were alleged. All four officers were indicted for second-degree murder, but were subsequently acquitted by a jury in Albany, New York in February 2000, after the trial was moved due to claims that media coverage of the shooting had made a fair trial in New York City impossible. Diallo’s family were awarded a $3,000,000 settlement from the City of New York in a subsequent wrongful death claim.

[#20094]

AGORA STUDIO Maastricht

Various documents

Body Monuments Inc., 32 A-4 pages, stencilled, stapled in green cover with handwritten text- label on the front. Documentation on Raul Marroquin's Body Monuments project with introduction "You are able to become a sculpture" by Ulises Carrión, (pictures of Maastricht, Bonnefanten, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam with correspondence , E. de Wilde, Raul Marroquin, Equipe Movimiento, with loosely inserted postcard of Equipo Movimiento at Bonnefantenmuseum.

EUR 1,200.00

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[#18435]

AGORA STUDIO Maastricht

Various documents

Collection of documents and invitations of the Agora Studio Maastricht from the period 1974-1979: Marjo Schumans, Raul Marroquin, Mad Enterprises, Rod Summers, etc.-

EUR 2,800.00

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- Traveling Exposition 1975. 36 pages in cover designed by Klaus Groh. 16x16 cm. Intro by Willem K.Coumans. Depicts on each page works with a brief Biography (each one page) by Peter van Beveren, Ernst Buchwalder, Michel Cardena, Ulises Carrion, Cavellini, Michael Gibbs, J. van Geluwen, Klaus Groh, Manja Krijn Herrboiut, Luc Deleum, Raul Marroquin, Yoshio Nakajima, Maurizio Nannucci, Marjo Schumans, Hans Seur, Ruedi Schill, Yves de Smet, Rod Summers, Nikolaus Urban, Wout Vercammen, Dick Wessels. - Original handwritten sheets, 4 pages red and black ink on tracing paper (fragile, frayed), announcing the upcoming programme of films and lectures at Jan van Eyck Akademie, 28 Februari 1974. Document, 3 pp. seems to be written by Marjo Schumans, one page by Michael Leggett. Extensive programme with films by Beuys, Michael Snow and lecture by the director of the Neue Galerie Aachen, Wolfgang Becker. - Sheet dated Feb.6[1974)] announcing programme changes, Sigurdur Gudmundsson's performance is rescheduled due to the artist being ill. Folded sheet, 41 x 21 cm. - 5 stencilled Agora programme announcements brochures for Winter 1973-74 (Klaus Groh), March-April 1974 (Thomas Niggl, Yves De Smet) , May-June 1974 (Michael Druks, Raul Marroquin), Summer 1974, October 1974 Agora/CAYC traveling show organised by Jorge Glusberg, Buenos Aires, Stapled sheets approx. 3 pp for each programme, some with added stamps. - 10 stencilled A-4 invitations/handouts for manifestations or exhibitions during 1977/1979. - Announcement for the performance by Anna Banana and Bill Gaglione on September 21 1978 and the exhibition/launch of the Fandangos Superb issue. 2 pp. One on pink paper with a neon orange sticker 'Quadrophonic Fandangos'which was also used on the magazine cover. - Stencilled booklet. 12 pp, edited by Piero Heliczer in Amsterdam 1981 (possibly in connection with Ins&Outs Press). - Outlines, by Marjo Schumans. Maastricht, Agora Studio, Spring 1974. 32.5 x 21 cm, 24 stencilled sheets in black wrapper, title handwritten in blue pencil. - Raul Marroquin and Marjo Schumans, The Adventures of Captain Morgan. Maastricht, selfpublished, 1974. 10.5 x 16.5 cm, 18 pp. Green exercise booklet, printed label on cover, all wrapped in protective tracing paper. Ils. with sikscreen and collages. One of the 50 numbered and signed copies, number 34/50. - Raul Marroquin and Anton Verhoeven, Changing Personalities. Maastricht, Mad Enterprises, 1974. 13.5 x 10.5 cm, 30 pp. Stapled booklet, offset printed. Dedicated to Ulises Carrion. - Raul Marroquin, Phonomimic Performances (1974-1975). Maastricht, Mad Enterprizes, 1975. 21.5 x 14 cm, 16 pp., stapled in white card. Photographs and text. Printed at Jan van Eyck Academy. Edition of 1000 copies.. - Madelon Hooykaas and Elsa Stansfield, 5 Video environments. 20,5 x 20,5 cm, 30 pp., in illustrated card wrappers. Maastricht, Agora Studio/White Bird,1979. Photographs and texts. Signed, 22/100 copies (total edition 500). - Two I.A.C. publications by Klaus Groh, Friedrichtsfehn. Includes No.46: Marjo Schumans-Supertop, March 1974. 10 x 7.5 cm. 16 pp. Plus No.47: Raul Marroquin, Quick as a Bunny. 9 x 7.5 cm, 16 pp. Small dog ears on right top. - Fandangos Extra, 4 pp. Stencilled, various hand added rubber stamps, ao with Agora address. Together with 10 invitations and programme leaflets for events at Agora by Rod Summers, Raul Marroquin, Hans Eijkelboom, Reindeer Werk, Michael Gibbs ao. - Fandangos Juan Maras Issue, edited by Marroquin. B/w printed sheet 61 x 43 cm, folded in 4.

[#20604]

AMOKKOMA JOURNAL ORIENTAL - Edited by Klaus Baumgartner & Carsten Höller

Volume 1 Nos. 1- 6, all sofar published in print. Nonnompress Kiel, 1992-1996. -Charles Darwin: Vol. 1 - No. 1 - 1992. Ottmar Hörl, Johann Muyle, Anonym, John Miller, Laurie Parsons. -Franz Kafk: Vol. 1 - No. 2 - 1993. Paul McCarthy, Albrecht Flieger, Chris Burden. -Che Guevara: Vol. 1 - No. 3 - 1993. Paul McCarthy, B. Weissmann, R. Oldendorf, Philippe Parreno, Année Olofson, Lothar Hempel. Florence Nightingale: Vol. 1 - No. 4 - 1993. Andrea Zittel, C. & I.Hohenbüchler, Wolfgang Tilmanns, Nana, D.Gonzalez-Foerster. Buffalo Bil: Vol. 1 - No. 5 - 1994. Markus Wolf: Vol. 1 no 6. August/1996; enlarged to 4to size.

EUR 1,200.00

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Artists’ periodical in German and English, some Spanish. Editors: Klaus Baumgartner and Carsten Höller, 1992; Baumgartner, Höller, and Johannes Lothar Schröder, 1993 onwards. Vol. 2 is still ongoing, but only digital, on cd rom / dvd.

[#16547]

APEX

Zeitschrift für Kunst, Kultur, Fotografie (Later: Zeitdokumente zur Kunst).

Nos. 1-21 (all publ.). Apex-Verlag, Palinkas, Koeln, November 1987-1995. 8vo, expanding to 4to; illustrated covers; all in fine condition.

EUR 800.00

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Published by Wolfgang Schulz; editors (a.o.) Cäcilia Palinkas, Friedhelm Schöler, Michael Hooymann, Wolfgang Wehmeier, Axel Brand, Roland Kersten, Rolf Kirsch. Richly illustrated in b/w and colour. Text in German. Number 1 with an original contribution by Martin Kippenberger (Ansprache an die Hirnlosen für Andre Heller).

[#20536]

DE APPEL (Stichting De Appel)

BULLETIN

EDITION (Part of BULLETINS) Present/ Absent, 1993 three rare pieces: -Aluminum tag ( 6,7 x 4,5 cm) with on one side the inscription ‘present’ and on the other side ‘absent’ .-Printed card with memorial text, description of the work in the original envelope in which it was send. (to Lidewij Reckman. - Body Art and Performance in de Appel. Published by Amsterdamse Kunstraad 1978, Walter Barten, Peter Brunsmann, Antje von Graevenitz, Frans Haks, Rob Huisman, Rob van Tour, design Bart Boumans, 116 pp.

EUR 450.00

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Barbara Bloom commemorated the founder and director of de Appel, Wies Smals, who died in an accident in a private plane in 1983. Saskia Bos, the director who succeeded Wies Smals, invited Barbara Bloom in 1993 to make this memorial piece for Wies Smals and the other passengers. Bloom found this tag in an airport for private planes. The pilots used it to indicate whether they were present or absent. Edition unknown.

[#21118]

THE ARCHIVES - PETER VAN BEVEREN

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

EUR 1,500.00

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[#20905]

ARLINGTON UNE. BIBURY, SOUTH STREET PUBLICATIONS, SUMMER 1966.

Compiled by Ken Cox, John Furnival, Dom Sylvester Houedard (dsh) and Charles Verey. Softcover, 18 x 19 cm, 84 pp. Perforated sheets held together by green cord, the original red plastic clasp seems to be missing. Front cover print by John Furnival. Catalogue printed in red and black for the exhibition of concrete, intermedia and other typographic work held at Arlington Mill, Bibury, Gloucestershire, from July to September 1966.

EUR 250.00

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Featuring concrete poets including Ernst Jandl, Dieter Rot, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Mathias Goeritz, Kitasono Katue, Bela Kolarova, Jiri Valoch, Tom Edmonds, Barry Flanagan, Herman de Vries, Hansjorg Mayer, de Campos brothers, Pedro Xisto, Edgard Braga, Henry Flynt and Aram Saroyan. Age spotting on cover, some toning on lower margins of interior. Apart from the missing clasp a fine copy.

[#20445]

ART MUSEUM / MUSEUM ART.

Art Museum Museum Art , De Vleeshal, Middelburg 1986. Cardboard box 16 x 23 cm, with contributions by various artists. Cardboard box with light waterdamage,some watermarks on front of Liptow booklet.

EUR 150.00

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Booklet Mona Lisa Museum by Pierre-Jean Vetter, Booklet 'The museum of museums' by Johan van Geluwe. Booklet 'Me II', by Morton Kaplan with ills in b&w and a few enclosures loosely inserted. A silver-coloured card with text at the back. Booklet 'Mein Van Gogh Museum', by Hilmar Liptow. B&Wand colored (yellow) photos.

[#16600]

ARTE CONCRETO INVENCIÓN.

Revista. Asociación de Arte Concreto Invencion.

Numero 1 (of 2 publ.) Agosto de 1946. Buenos Aires, 1948. Original selfwrappers, illustrated; 16 pages (28,5 x 19,8 cm). Stapled in the spine; with very light soiling to the back cover and a minimal chip to the right bottom corner of the front cover, in fact a fine copy.

EUR 1,500.00

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Editorial board consists of Edgar Bayley, Simon Contreras Alfredo Hlito, Raul Lozza; with contributions by and illustrating works of Tomás Maldonado, Alberto Molemberg, Raúl Lozza, Alfredo Hlito, Enio Iommi, Lidy Prati, and others. Contains the 'Manifiesto Invencionista Marzo 1946', also 'Notas para una estética materialista'(Hlito); 'Sobre invencion poetica'(Bayley); 'Haia una Musica Invencionists'(Lozza), 'Lo abstracto y lo concreto en el arte moderno'(Maldonado), etc.; the first of two numbers published; very rare.

[#15582]

ARTZIEN

A Monthly Review of Art in Amsterdam.

Nos. 1-28 (all publ.). Amsterdam, Nov.1978-Nov.1982. In original, pictorial wrappers. Illustrated.

EUR 1,400.00

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Edited by Michael Gibbs, associate editor: Harry Ruhé. Contributors include : General Idea, Vito Acconci, Reindeer Werk, Al Hansen, Milan Knizak, Lawrence Weiner, Vito Acconci, Davi Det Hompson , Marina Abramovic, Ulises Carrión,, Raul Marroquin, etc. A review on exhibitions, galleries, art events, performances, video showings, etc., paying special attention to innovative work of young artists and art galleries in the alternative scene. Michael Gibbs wrote in his introduction: "Artzien will provide a platform, not only for coverage of current exhibitions and events, but also for criticism and debate". No. 23/24 is a special issue Fluxfest. Initially numbered as vol. 1-3 no. 2 (together 22 issues), then continued as nos. 23/24-28. Most articles in English.Focussing particularly on the marginal and the new, written mostly by artists, : General Idea, Vito Acconci, Reindeer Werk, Al Hansen, Milan Knizak, Lawrence Weiner, Vito Acconci, Davi Det Hompson , Marina Abramovic, Ulises Carrión,, Raul Marroquin, etc. and featuring interviews with General Idea, Vito Acconci, Reindeer Werk, Al Hansen, Milan Knizak, and Lawrence Weiner.

[#17683]

ASPEKTE DER 60er JAHRE.

Bilder, Objekte, Filme, Poesie, Informationen.

Galerie Loehr, Frankfurt, 1979. Poster, 41x41 cm.; folded, with a loose sheet included ,mentioning the artists present.

EUR 250.00

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Artists: Leblanc, R.Long, Ad Dekkers, Dibbets, Hilgemann, Schoonhover, de Vries, Manzoni, Goepfert, Holweck, Luther, Mack, Piene, Wolgang Schmidt, Uecker and others.

[#20207]

AVANT GARDE 61.

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

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

EUR 1,800.00

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Texts by Emil Zenz, Klaus Juergen-Fischer and brief biographical information on the participating artists: Manzoni, Fontana, Kusama, Lo Savio, Schoonhoven, Armando, Castellani, Dorazio, Girke, Henderikse, Henk Peters, Piene, A. Rainer, Uecker, Zangs and others.

[#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.

[#20335]

BACKWORKS (BACKWÖRKS)

Our line of very expensive merchandise.

CATALOG NO. B. PERFORMANCE: PHOTOGRAPHS OF A DECADE 1959-69, Backworks, New York, 1976-77. 1st Edition. quarto, pp. 24, 27 x 21 cm, publisher's stapled photo-illustrated newsprint wraps, printed on newsprint stock. Errata slip added.

EUR 300.00

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A book/photo/ephemera/small objects catalogs devoted to Fluxus and related postwar and contemporary avant-garde art and performance groups, issued by Backworks, a New York bookstore and gallery specializing in documents and relics of experimental art 1952-1970. Co-owners Moore and Hendricks established Backworks in SoHo in 1976, based on their mutual curatorial interest in the objects and events of the downtown art and performance scenes, particularly by artists associated with the Rueben Gallery, Judson Memorial Church, Happenings and Fluxus, with which they were both connected as collaborators and curators. Moore and Hendricks, each of who has written extensively about figures such as George Maciunas, Yoko Ono, Allan Kaprow and Ben Vautier, among others, have been instrumental in the development of major collections, including the Gilbert and Lila Silverman Fluxus Collection at MoMA, and the Barbara and Peter Moore Fluxus Collection at Harvard. Backworks closed in 1983. Scarce and significant reference on the history of avant-garde movements, among the earliest catalogs devoted to artworld ephemera.

[#20891]

BEAU GESTE PRESS

KOIKE, Ryo and Hiriko. Twelve Zodiac Signs (one mistake). Devon (UK), Beau Geste Press 1972. 155x103 mm., leporello, non-paginated (12pp) and a A4 mimeographed sheet. Offset and original additions (rubber stamp and color pen).

EUR 500.00

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Printed from original drawings on offset paper plates, and original additions (rubber stamp and hand colouring). Drawings of by Hiroko Koike with text by Ryo Koike. Edition of 150, this one being an artists’ proof as stated on verso. Slight rubbing of covers else a very good copy.

[#21121]

Peter van BEVEREN.

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

EUR 600.00

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[#21122]

Peter van BEVEREN.

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

EUR 600.00

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[#21174]

Julien BLAINE

Essai sur la sculpturale

Essai sur la sculpturale. Paris, Editions Galerie Denise Davy, 1967. Cover with ills. flaps, 18 x 18 cm, 26 unpaginated sheets. Texts and illustrations printed on thick red and cream pages, several of which have die cut circles of various sizes. Text in French.

EUR 200.00

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An early artists’ book by Blaine, featuring hand drawn letters and erotic images exploring the the concept of penetration through the printed page. This copy is Inscribed with a dedication on the first page, the pencil written text reads ’Pour John, Astrid et le petit Harry Matheus, cet intinéaire touristique pour quand il sera beaucoup beaucoup plus grand, Julien’. Wear along the extremities of cover and spine, else a very good copy.

[#20503]

Klaus BOEGEL

Tigerrnann

Self published, 1980, edition of 500 Soft cover. 4to, stiff pictorial wrps., illustrated with b/w photographs, first edition limited to 500 copies. Loose page with CV included and inscribed to Marina (quite possibly Abramovic) Voor Marina van Tigermann (de enige echte) aug 87

EUR 100.00

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[#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

[#21052]

BOLLETINO TOOL

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

Bollettino Tool No. 1, April 1968 -Milan, Edizione Tool, 1968. Artists' assembling magazine on concrete poetry founded by Ugo Carrego (3, all published between 1968-1970). 29.5 x 21 cm, 23 unnumbered sheets mimeographed recto only, stapled on top. Usual age toning, moderate creasing but generally in good condition. Scarce.

EUR 1,500.00

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[#20072]

BOLLETINO TOOL

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

- 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. Cover illustration: Tomaso Kamany: Cardioline Contributions by: Kitasono Katué, Edg.A.Vigo, Jochen Gerz, Eugen Gomringer, Clemente Padi, Jan Hamilton Finlay, Jean Claude Moineau, Eug.Miccini, Giuseoppe Chiari, Mario Diacono

EUR 1,500.00

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[#17628]

Stanley BROUWN

Amstel 47, 1964.

Four b/w photographs, Orig.vintage prints, Igno C uypers, of an edition of only 3 copies, by Artkitchen Galerie A Edition.

EUR 1,000.00

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[#20390]

Stanley BROUWN

x-Tatwan

Aktionsraum 1, 1970. München. Black soft board covers, title on frontcover in white. . Oblong, spinestapled, 15 x 21,5 cm. 32 pages. Tatvan (on the cover spelt as tatvan, but in the book as tatwan) is a location in Turkey where a railway line ends abruptly. Brouwn travelled to Tatvana and made photographs in the direction of the imagined railway extension. However these are not featured in the book; the publication gives only a number of "conceived" distances (one on each page): x-Tatwan 1 km; x - Tatwan 1000 km (etc.).

EUR 400.00

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Artist book. In this publication Brouwn gives a number of "conceived" distances (one on each page): x-Tatwan 1 km; x - Tatwan 1000 km (etc.) for a destination in Turkey where the railroad abruptly ends (text extands from x-Tatwan 1 km titll x-Tatwan 10000(+innumerable zeros) km. Brouwn had travelled to where the railroad ends.

[#20909]

STANLEY BROUWN

This way Brouwn 25-2-61 26-2-61; Zeichnungen 1. Cologne/ New York, Verlag Gebr. König, 1971. Softcover, 24 x 20.5 cm, 124 pp. Printed b/w in a limited edition of 500 numbered copies, this one numbered 0325. Text in German and English.

EUR 700.00

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Stunning artists’ book featuring reproductions of Brouwn's iconic series ‘This Way Brouwn’ which is made up of doodles drawn by passers-by whom Brouwn asked for directions in Amsterdam's city centre in the mid 1960’s. Wrapped in glassine dust jacket, very good copy.

[#20908]

STANLEY BROUWN

Steps. Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 1971. Softcover, 13.5 x 21 cm, 72 pp, unpaginated. SM cat. No.500, edition of 2200. Cover with toning around margins, especially on back (moderate soiling). Toning line of 5 mm on last 2 pages.

EUR 300.00

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Artists’ book by the legendary conceptual artist Brouwn (1935-2017), documenting the footsteps he made from March 18 until April 18, 1971, as specified by means of a handcounter.

[#20337]

Stanley BROUWN

Steps

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1971 Artist's book SM Cat.nr. 500. Edition of 2,200 copies. Stiff wrappers, softcover, 13,5 x 21,5 cm, unnumbered, 72 pages with text.

EUR 350.00

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"from march 18 until april 18, 1971, i defined my total number of footsteps each day by means of a handcounter. during this period i visited a number of countries where i had never been before. consequently, my footsteps there were my first footsteps in those countries."

[#20066]

Stanley BROUWN

This way Brown expositie

Invitation Card, Galerij Orez 11 18 december 1965. 22,5x15, double 4 pages, nice condition,

EUR 250.00

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"4 voorbijgangers wijzen mij de weg van de x-straat naat de y-straat". Albert Vogel & Lea Verboon nodigen u uit.

[#18882]

BUNKER

Revue

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

EUR 120.00

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

[#20186]

Ugo CARREGA

Per Il Karnhoval in Villa.

Milán, 1969. Mimeographed, with printing on both sides, A4 sheets, folded and stapled. 16 unnumbered pages. 14,5x21cm. Reproduces a Sunday Times cover dated September 1967 which states 'Czech artist in mass plea for help from West'.

EUR 200.00

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Manifest. Karnhoval in villa was a an International festival for Artists held in Rieti (considered the umbilicus italiae or the center of italy) from 13-18 february of 1969. It was directed by Alberto Tessore who, with the help of Adriano Spatola, set up an international comittee composed by Emilio Villa, Wolf Vostell, Julien Blaine , a.o. More than 170 experimental artists came from all over the world. In 2019 the 50th anniversary of this event considered "one of the main avantgarde events in italy in the sixties". was remembered with and exhibition at the l’Archivio di Stato di Rieti.

[#20906]

UGO CARREGA

Mikrokosmos

Milan, Edizioni Tool, 1968. Artists’ book, 17 thick white cards, 15 x 15 cm, printed in black. Loose in original printed envelope. Numbered 7/800 in pencil on back of the envelope. Cards printed recto with concrete poetry, verso text with title information. Envelope soiled, interior near mint.

EUR 150.00

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[#17090]

Ugo CARREGA (a cura di)

Scrittura attiva. 12 processi artistici di scrittura.

Milano, Mercato del Sale Associazione Culturale, 1980, in 4°. Cardboard box, with serigraphy pasted to top, containing 50 signed graphics in various techniques (lithographs, photolithos, collages, engravings, pochoirs ), each in an edition of 100, numbered and signed by the artists.

EUR 1,400.00

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Contributions by Munari, Tadini, Scanavino, Pozzati, Isgrò, Carrega, Sarenco, Spatola, Pericoli, Caruso, Villa, Lora Totino, Nannucci, Mussio, Macchione, La Pietra, Miccini, Ferrari, Accame and others. With 3 pages of text. Published on the occasion of the exhibition in the cultural center «Rondottanta» Sesto San Giovanni dal 26 settembre al 18 ottobre 1980. Copy Number: 84/100 , numbered in pencil on verso of box. Print pasted to recto of box is creased, all interior/ sheets are in very good condition.

[#21187]

Ulises CARRIÓN

Artpolice. Signed and inscribed by Frank Gaard.

Five issues: Signed and Inscribed copies to ULISES CARRIÓN: -- Feb 1985. (Art Police Gazette Vo 4, #1) (Signed twice in pencil by Gaard 1985) -- Vol. 11, no. 1. 1986: Summer; June (signed/Inscribed: "Bon Jour Ulises/ Franc Gaard" -- Vol. 13, no. 1 March; (Signed/Inscribed by Gaard: "Bonjour Ylises. - Franc"). -- December. 1987: (Signed/Inscribed by Gaard: "For Ulises Carrion. H. 1 A. Frank Gaard"); AND: a loose insert: Nina Hagen Alien Fellatrix: inscribed by Gaard: "Ulises - This is a good story idea? I'm flushing it out - from "Losing Faith" #4 MPLS." -- March 1988: Vol. 15, no. 1. (Signed/inscribed by Gaard: "Ulises - what are you doing? Frank).

EUR 1,800.00

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[#20859]

Ulises CARRIÓN

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

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

EUR 4,200.00

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

[#1142]

CARTE SEGRETE

Rivista trimestrale di lettere e arti.

Nos. 1-41 (vols. 1-12). Roma, Jan/March 1967 - July/Sept. 1978. In the original cardboard wrappers, untrimmed. The corrugated cardboard covers lightlydustsoiled, otherwise in excellent condition).

EUR 1,500.00

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A quarterly of contemporary and vanguard Italian and international art, literature, theatre, criticism, ed. by Filippo Maria Ferro, Claudio, Anna Salvatore, Paolo Russo, Marcello Avenali, Em. Greco, Filippo Panseca, Alb. Sughi (also ills. by these authors); issues of 200-220 pp each, bound in corrugated cardboard, different for each issue. Also articles on pre-war avantgarde (Futurism / Dada / Constructivism / Stijl), with examples of the works of A. Breton, S. Beckett, James Joyce, Fernando Pessoa, A. Blok, Th. van Doesburg, Alfred Jarry, Gramsci, F.T. Marinetti, Musil, D'Annunzio, Apollinaire, Klee, P. Neruda, G. Severini, O. Tamburi, Ferlinghetti, etc., etc. No. 2 is 'Il Manifesto dei Provos', No. 15 is 'Manifesto degli Scumidi (=Society for Cutting Up Men)'; one binding restaured, otherwise in good condition.

[#20965]

CASSIOPEIA

Cassiopeia 1thru Ephemeris III (complete). San Francisco: Lewis Ellingham (nd). Four issues, in printed wrappers, the last newsprint tabloid. The first issue stands alone as “Cassiopeia.” The second = Ephemeris 1, Cassiopeia 2. The third and fourth issues drop Cassiopeia and become Ephemeris II and III respectively.

EUR 350.00

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Edited by David Schaff, with contributions by Andrew Hoyem, Jess, Bromige, Korte, Kyger, Olson, Helen Adam, Persky, George Stanley, Robin Blaser, and many others.

[#21164]

Ira COHEN

Flaming Angel for Gerard Simon Belart. Amsterdam, Real Free Press, 1978. A poem by Cohen written in Rotterdam in 1976, 32.7 x 25 cm, 4 pp.

EUR 400.00

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Printed at Drukhuis Amsterdam on handmade paper BFK Rives. Released in an edition of only 60 signed and numbered copies, this is number 27. Tipped onto the front cover (as issued) is a full colour postcard with a reproduction of a drawing of Semiramis by Vali Myers. Very minor marks to the mostly white hand made paper but otherwise very good. A scarce Cohen item.

[#21165]

Ira COHEN

Four poem sheets by Ira Cohen. All letterpress printed on handmade Lokta Nepalese paper. Includes: Ballad of the Gone MacLise. Kathmandu, Bardo Matrix Press, 1979. 54 x 21.5 cm. Folded once. Broadside poem written by Ira Cohen and illustrated by Hetty MacLise in memory of Angus MacLise a mere six days after his death. Fine copy + Bombay Black. 42 x 35 cm, folded twice. Kathmandu, Bardo Matrix, ca. 1975. Broadside poem illustrated with an elaborate woodblock print by Adrian Brooks. Fine copy + Night Song.Kathmandu, Bardo Matrix, ca. 1974-77. 39 x 31 cm, folded twice. Broadside woodblock print with letterpress text on Lokta paper. Broadside poem by Ira Cohen with an illustration by Adrian Brooks. Copy with folded corners, small abrasion on lower border, else fine + On Dreamers! Small text poem, 22 x 18 cm, in fine state.

EUR 400.00

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[#21040]

COLLAGE

International review of new music and contemporary visual arts. Rivista internazionale di nuova musica e arti visive contemporanee

Collage 3-4, December 1964. Softcover, 33 x 24.5 cm, 122 pp. with ills. in b/w. TOGETHER WITH: Publisher's catalogue, 12 pages, 20X17 cm. edited by G. Denaro in Palermo (illustrations of the publications oif the house and the contents of Collage nos. 1,2,5,6).

EUR 1,500.00

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This rare periodical was published at G. Denaro in Palermo (for a total of 9 issues between 1963-1970). Edited by Paolo Emilio Carapezza and Antonino Titone with Domenico Guaccero,Heinz-Klaus Metzger, Nello Ponente, Vittorio Rubiu, Cesare Vivaldi. Foreign correspondents: Luis De Pablo (Madrid), Bohdan Pularski, Ana Nosei ( Paris) , Christian Wolff (Cambridge Mass), Karl-Erik Welin (Stockholm),Dieter Schnebel) Bad Homburg. Contributions to this number: Karl Heinz Stockhausen, Mauricio Kagel, Jolanda Brunetti (on Merce Cunningham, photographs by Roy Lichtenstein,Anday Warhol, a.o.), ), George Brecht (Chance Imagery text), Mario Diacono, Sandra Pinto (intervie with Brett Whiteley) among others. Texts in Italian and English.

[#21099]

COMMONPRESS

An important collection of 31 issues: Commonpress is an Artist's magazine with a unique editorial premise. Every issue has a different editor. It grew out of mail art, and many of the editors were acrtive mail artists. At the time of it's seven-year retrospective in 1984 the magazine listed fifty-nine issues and editors (though a few issues had still to appear). Commonpress magazine began in Poland and subsequently spread geographically with the postal system from Brazil to Australia to the United States and beyond." (From: In Numbers). The numbering is verry erratic. See:Geza Pernecky,Assembling Magazines page 167 Between nos. 1 and 64 there were 15 never published

EUR 18,000.00

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[#20610]

THE DESERT IS ACROSS THE STREET. A work by Urs Lüthi, Elke Kilga and David Weiss, De Appel Amsterdam and Galerie Stähli Zürich, 1975.

The Desert is across the street. A work by Urs Lüthi, Elke Kilga and David Weiss, De Appel Amsterdam and Galerie Stähli Zürich, 1975. First edition, 21 x 30 cm, 32 pp. unpaginated, ill b/w.

EUR 250.00

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Artist book on the occasion of the exhibition The desert is across the street at De Appel, Amsterdam in 1975. It contains intimate pictures of Weiss, Lüthi and his wife Elke Kilga. Plus ephemera: - Invitation card Urs Lüthi, Return to Sender, Galerie Stadler, Paris, 1975. 14 x 21 cm - Announcement of Urs Lüthi Prints, Urs Lüthi, selfpublished, 1974. leporello with prints for sale, 15 x 31.5 cm

[#20907]

M. DIACONO

Objections

Milan /San Francisco, Edizioni Tool/ Futura Press, 1968. Hardcover, 17.5 x 13.5 cm, 33 thick pages printed b/w, glued sheets. Silver printed cover with black tape on spine.

EUR 500.00

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Features full page concrete poetry works by Mario Diacono (Roma 1930-). 199 copies of this book have been printed by Futura Press in San Francisco for Edizioni Tool di Milano, this one numbered No.105. Spine and title page are almost loose due to aging of the glue, small crease/dog ear lower right, overall a marvellous artists book in good condition. Rare.

[#12159]

DIAGONAL CERO

Revista trimestral Argentina.

Invitation for a manifestation on October 25, 1968, presented in one folio cardboard cover containing two folio leaves folded three times to the dimension 11,8 x 22,6 cm, with three round holes on the front, showing "verde amarillo rojo" printed on the first inside leaf.

EUR 300.00

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Text on inside of cardboard cover: "Edgardo Antonio Vigo del movimento Diagonal Cero lo invita a ver el 25 octubre 1968, "Manojo de Semaforos" Primera No - Presentacion Blanca". Text on outside of cardboard cover: "No - Imagen Poetica + No - Imagen Plastica = Si - Imagen Real" Inside a leaf with "verde amarillo rojo" and "Manifesto". The third leaf is a stencilled page of a text on the first "Presentacion Blanca".

[#18641]

DOT ZERO

Numbers 1-5 (all publ.). Dot Zero Inc. - Finch Pruyn and Company, New York. 1966-1968. Original card wrappers, first issue embossed cover, others photographically illustrated. 30,5x23 cm. An excellent set; only the cover of no 1 very lightly soiled, otherwise excellent condition. Complete set, very scarce. Order forms on back covers unused, thus back covers all intact.

EUR 1,800.00

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"Ground breaking design journal"(Gwen Allen). Edited by Robert Malone, design Massimo Vignelli. Number 1. Editorial Statement by Robert Malone; Decline of the visual, by Marshall McLuhan; Computer Graphics, by Maurice Constant; Variations on the face, by Bruno Munari; Psychology of the Visual, by Martin Krampen; Printing as an art form: Eugene Feldman; Questions of Legibility, by Bror Zachrisson; Alternatives to Architecture, by Arthur Drexler; Book review, by Douglas MacAgy. Illustrations in black and white and colours. Number 2. Issue on Corporate Identity. Contributors: Jay Doblin, Nan Adams, George Bain, Allon Schoener, Reyner Banham, Fgui Bonsieppe, Kenneth Galbraith (Economics and Environment) Number 3:. Issue on Mass Communications. Contributors: John McHale, Clay Felker, John Dievold, Germano Facetti, John Szarkowski (Photography and the Mass Media), Gordon Hitchens, Jay Doblin, Mildred Constantine, Thomas George, Number 4. Summer 1967: Issue on World’s Fairs. Contains:; A theory of Expositions by Umberto Eco; The concept of Environmental Management by Serge Boutourline;Designing ‘Creative America’ by Ivan Chermayeff; Creating Emotional Involvement in Geography, Geology and Space Science: an interview with Rudolph de Harak; Thoughts on Three-Dimensional Science Communications by Will Burtin; Alpha Chambers by Kenneth Isaacs; Expo 67 Puts You in the Picture by Bosley Crowther and Five Films at Epo by Willard van Dyke. Number 5. Fall 1968. Issue on Transportation Graphics.(Symposium held at MOMA Oct.1967). Contributions by George Nelson, Lowell Bridwell, Jocj Kinneir, Pierre Bourgeau, Henry A.Barnes, Will Burtin, Jonathan Barnett, Donal Appleyard, Peter Chermayeff, Vbob Noorda, Charles M.Haar. Harmomn H. Goldstone, Daniel T. Scannell,

[#21178]

E MAGAZINE.

Vol 1 No. 2. Copyright 1976 (no place). 36 pages, spine stapled in beige illustrated covers

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Eugene Carl and Cover by Nancy Ackerman. With contributions by Gabor Toth, Jiri Valoch, V. Radovanovic, Miciael Gibbs.

[#18051]

EGOZINE

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#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.

[#20868]

EVENTS

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.) Madrid., Estampa Ediciones, 1991. COLLECTION EVENTS. Works by 1John Cage, Henri Chopin, Dick Higgins, Ulises Carrión. All published.

EUR 1,000.00

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No. 1: Sculpture musicale. CAGE, John. 290x210 mm., soft covers, non-paginated. Offset printed sepia on off white stock. First edition, one of 100 numbered and signed copies. No. 2: The Black Hippocampus. CHOPIN, Henri. 290x210 mm., softcovers, unpaginated. Offset. One of 100 numbered copies with a numbered and signed silkscreen. First edition. No. 3: Happytime the Medicine Man. HIGGINS, Dick. 210x140 mm., softcovers, 58pp. Offset sepia. First edition. One of the 100 numbered and signed copies. No. 4: Syllogisms. CARRION, Ulises. 130x200 mm., soft covers, unpaginated. Offset. First edition of 300 numbered copies. No. 5: Exclusive groups. CARRION, Ulises. 200x130 mm., soft covers, non-paginated. Offset. First edition of 300 numbered copies.

[#21167]

EXIT

Nos. 5 & 6: British Visual Poetry Double Issue. Derby (UK), Exit publications, 1970. Edited by Ian Breakwell Ian and John Hall. Loose sheets containing artists' contributions collected in a transparent plastic bag, 35 x 28 cm, with a printed closure along the top edge.

EUR 200.00

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Includes 19 poetry pieces on sheets of various sizes and types/colour of paper, a stencilled information sheet listing the contributors and the Exit newsletter No.2. Contains works by: John J. Sharkey, Cavan McCarthy, (2 sheets), John Furnival (3 works of which 2 are printed blue on tracing paper), Edwin Morgan, (3 visual sound poems), Ian Breakwell (2 works), John Cobbing, (integration alone), Tom Phillips (2 works on colored paper), Dom Sylvester Houedard (3 works on white cards), John Hall (cubepoem), Andrew Lloyd (birdstars flocking). The plastic bag is opened and the individual poetry contributions all have tiny pinholes at the corners. Except for the pinholes and some moderate dog ears, most sheets are in fine condition.

[#21130]

Flug/fluxBLATTzeitung

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 48 issues of its core magazine flug/flux BLATTzeitung (loosely translated a flyer-newspaper) as well as a large amount of unnumbered publications and ephemera. All publications were handmade in a small edition (some signed and numbered), using quick and cheap printing methods such as transfer print/mimeography or stencilling with occasional rubber stamp additions. flug/flux BLATTzeitung promoted Albrecht’s activist view on the German artworld and was set up as an artists assembling magazine, featuring contributions by Wolf Vostell, Ken Friedman, Dick Higgins, Raoul Hausmann, Ben Vautier, Endre Tôt, Jean Toche, Jon Hendricks, Friederike Pezold and many others. The first few numbers were titled ‘Flugblattzeitung’, then it changed to ‘Flux/Flugblattzeitung’ due to Albrecht’s association with Fluxus artists and the fun sound of this title. Eventually, when happenings and Fluxus became somewhat stale, it was named ex-flux/flugblattzeitung. This collection presents 33 issues of the Flug/flux BLATTzeitung in its various appearances and titles: No. 2, 20 December 1968. This edition was published in 2 versions, a regular information issue and a special version with original collages and rubber stamp additions in scroll format. This is the scroll version, with the title rubberstamped on the top newspaper sheet. Scroll contains sheets of various types glued together, unrolled 21 cm x 7.50 cm. Contributions include a collage with chewinggum by Albrecht D. (Kau objekt mit zahnspuren/Chew object with teethmarks. Title stamped below the mounted collage, numbered 116/130, signed and dated in pencil ), Wolf Vostell (post card from Edition Tangente, sheet contains stamp ‘originalgrafik VOSTELL), Jörg Immendorf (Liddl text), signed poem by Heinz Decker, mimeographed prospectus list of Vice Versand edition house, rubber stamp of Fluxus Zone West, graphics by Maria Bertsen, Reinecke, Kunz, Maria Bertsch. The Steven Leiber Reflection Press catalogue also lists contributions by J.P.Raynaud and George Brecht. Some age wear along the extremities of the first 2 sheets and the last sheet of the scroll. The chewing gum piece has a tiny chipped off part and released an oily substance on the sheet touching it when rolled. Generally in good condition, the scroll sheets are still attached to each other. No. 3, 1969. Sidney Simon: Wolf Vostell’s Action imagery. Staple bound, taped spine. 29.5 x 21 cm, 30 mimeographed pp. Cover rubber stamped ‘Sonderdruck’, title info in red, green and black. Brown plastic tape loose on top left. Dog eared. No. 5, 1969. Compilation of original material by Wolf Vostell. Grey green wrappers, with purple print. Staple bound. 21 x 15 cm, 60 pp. double folded with inserts. On the front cover is the rubber stamp FLUXUS WEST,by Ken Friedman. Inserted announcement sheet for FLUX Filme May 31 1967 (featuring Maciunas, Anderson, Shiomi, Watts) and Vostell’s dé-coll/age Film Happening at Galerie Tobies & Silex in Cologne. No. 6, 1969. Dick Higgins, Die Fabelhafte Getraume von Taifun-Willi. Staple bound, transfer printed in purple ink. 21 x 15 cm, 38 pp. Several original rubber stamps on the covers. Text in German and English. The text of this publication was broadcast in 1969 or 1970 on German Southwest Radio. Cover with wear and tear at the fold. No. 7, 1969. Raoul Hausmann. Sieg triumph tabak mit bohnen! Maikäfer flieg! Stapled wrapper, 30 x 10.5 cm, 36 pp. Transfer print in purple ink. Reprint of two manifestos by Dadaist Raoul Hausmann first published in ‘Zenith’, Zagreb in 1922. Tiny spot on cover, generally fine. No. 8 ,1969. Raoul Hausmann. Die henne kunsthandel legt wieder goldene windeier. Stapled wrappers,30 x 10.5 cm, 20 pp, transfer print in purple ink. Slight spotting on covers, moderate creasing on extremities. No. 9, 1969. Zum Kunstmarkt Köln. A collection of flyers, 29.5 x 21.5 cm, made by Albrecht D. at the Cologne Art Fair in 1969. Bound with plastic spine clip. Edition of 40 copies. Signed and numbered 10/40. Front page dog eared, edges slightly frayed. Back cover with rubberstamp Reflection Press in green. No. 11 Krieg … wird in Vietnam fortgesetzt, 1969. Black cover with title label, 21 x 15 cm, 16 pp. Graphpaper with stamped word ‘krieg’ in red on almost every page. Red stamp of fingerprint on last page. One loose pink page inserted in front. No. 11b Raoul Hausmann: Anmerkungen zu Krieg wird in Vietnam fortgesetzt, Mit verbundenen Augen zu lesen (2 Juli 1970). Second edition 1973. 15 x 10.5 cm, 20 pp. Mimeographed poems by Hausmann. No. 12 Art workers coalition, guerilla art action group, 1970. 30 x 21 cm, 29 pp. held together with plastic spine clip. Mimeographed manuscripts of the group, signed (in print) by Jean Toche, Jon Hendricks and Poppy Johnson. English version. Small rip in cover at right margin. No. 13 Art workers coalition, guerilla art action group, 1970. 30 x 21 cm, 45 pp. held together with plastic spine clip. Mimeographed manuscripts of the group headed by Jean Toche, Jon Hendricks and Poppy Johnson. German version with annex. Cover identical to No.12. No. 14 Ben Vautier, A little book of Ben, 1970. 15 x 22 cm, 26 pp. Stapled booklet, packing paper wrapper with glued on label with stamped title. Stenciled text and drawings by Ben Vautier (printed in various colours on yellow and brown packing paper). No. 15, 1971. Clipbound, 29.5 x 21.5 cm, 34 pp. Wald-und Wiesen issue with contributions by various artists such as Jochen Gerz, Missmahl, Jean Toche, Ben Vautier. Printed in various colour and types of paper. Front cover has 4 cm rip along margin, clip is soiled. No. 16, 1971. 15 x 21 cm, 28 pp. Stapled booklet, yellow cover. with offset printed collages by 14 year old students. No. 17, Günter Saree: projekt & realität. projects from 1968 -1971, 1971. 21 x 15 cm, 30 pp. Offset and transferprinted in blue an purple. No. 18, Das neue programm der CDU/CSU. Eine kuriosität, eine persiflage, 1971. 2 copies, dfferent versions. Version 1: 21 x 15 cm. Folded tabloid (Wochenend) in b/w printed wrapper stapled on 3 sides. Version 2: Yellow wrapper printed in black, 21 x 15 cm, 20 pp. with silkscreened poster by John Furnival stapled in centre. No. 19, Collection of postcards, 1972. Stapled booklet 21 x 15 cm, 12 pp. with inserted sachet containing all the available postcards released by Reflection Press (c.30). Cards by Ken Friedman, Yoshio Nakajima, Jochen Gerz, Wolfgang Feelisch gerrit jan de rook et al plus an original sikscreen Pigs-Schweine by D.Fricker No. 21, Documenta programm by albrecht/d, 1972. 21 x 15 cm, 20 pp. Signed copy with inserts. No. 23, Christos Joachimides, werkstatt für experimentelle kunst, berlin, 1974. Pink ills. A4 sheet folded in 2, 4 pp. No. 24, Picasso gestorben. Picasso, das politische engagement im spiegel der presse, 1973. Stapled booklet, yellow wrappers, 21 x 15 cm, 24 pp. Offset printed. No. 26, Endre Tôt: One dozen rain postcards, 1973. Special issue consisting of 12 postcards, 15 x 10.5 cm, printed violet on white thick paper recto, titles in black on verso. Also contains one sheet with publishers information. Housed in the original envelope with title rubberstamped in green. No. 26a, 1973. Friederike Pezold: Viva Vagina, eine frau reflektiert die situation der frau, 20 zeichnungen zur sexualität. Stapled booklet, 15 x 10.5 cm, 24 pp. No. 27, Individuelle mythologien, abteilung: body workers. In der reihe dokumente zur documenta 6, 1974. Stapled booklet, pink wrappers, 21 x 15 cm, 8 pp. No. 28, WAS IST ZEN, ein text von dem japaner suzuki zum besseren verständnis von dada und fluxus, 1974/5. 14.5 x 10.5 cm, 6 pp. No. 29, Dick Higgins: gesehen gehört und verstanden seen heard and understood, übersetzung des something else newsletter, 1973. 15 x 21 cm, 12 pp. Transferprinted on white paper in pink, blue and black ink. No. 31, 1973. Milan Knizak, eine dokumentation über seine künstlerische Arbeit, fluxus ost, AKTUAL vollständige dokumentation. Offset printed, 29.5 x 21 cm, 40 pp. No. 33, 1974. Dokumentation der vielfältigen arbeit von albrecht/d. als verleger, künstler, aktionist, musiker (endless music), die politische arbeit, das engagement und vieles andere mehr …. In 7 teilen. 21 x 15 cm, 72 pp. No. 34, 1974. Yoshio Nakajima: action, eine andere poesie (ein kurzer überblick über die collagen und aktionen des in schweden lebenden japanischen aktionisten). 21 x 15 cm, 22 pp. Includes both the regular version as mentioned above plus the signed Deluxe version which has exquisite mounted collage elements on the cover including firecrackers and Japanese text. No. 35, Uwe M. Schneede: wozu ausstellungen? 1974. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 12 pp. No. 38, Gesamtkatalog 1974/75 der Reflection Press. Stapled booklet, 21 x 15 cm, 28 pp. Green wraps, printed black on white, with centerpage in bright orange on white. The first (and last) catalogue that Albrecht published for the Reflection Press. Densily collaged overview of books, vinyl, multiples and mail art produced and distributed by the press, with most entries dating from 1973-1975, some stretching back to 1969. Includes a checklist of Reflection Press numbers 15-36. No. 39, 1975/76. Reprint des Begleithefts zur LP Albrecht/d. und Joseph Beuys, performance at the ICA London 1974. 15 x 10.5 cm. No. 40, 1986. Joseph Beuys Tod im Spiegel der Presse. Paperbound booklet, 29.5 x 21 cm. No. 41, Dietrich Fricker, Ab/BILD im Innern der gesund/UNGS/Bürokratie Psychogramme, 1979. Artists’ book with hand-made cardboard cover, illustrated with hand-stamp and pasted xerographic fragment. Thick stapled binding. Signed by Fricker to title page in green marker. Contains title page, 14 mimeographed leaves of biographical and art-critical text, followed by 42 leaves of Fricker's ‘psychograms’, most with captions and dates. Very rare, no OCLC records discovered.

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[#20790]

FLUXUS- EUROPEAN MAIL ORDER HOUSE (Willem de Ridder)

(--First) Pricelist. Amsterdam, ±1965, 4 leaves stencilled pricelist, original light blue wrapper., 4to. Red stamp on first leaf (right upper corner): "our european flux shop". Central vertical fold; closed tear of ab 2 cm and small tears in outer margin --- Second Pricelist (no date) of the European Mail-Orderhouse. 6 stencilled sheets, printed recto on thick grey paper, 27x15,8 cm; loosely inserted in beige kraft portfolio; together with a loose brown information sheet, which is often missing. Design: Willem de Ridder

EUR 1,500.00

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= The European Mail-Order House was founded in the early sixties by Willem de Ridder "for organizing of concerts, radio and television programmes, fashion-shows, street-events, fancy-fairs, performances, lectures, exhibitions, etc. etc. in all European cities; for all magazines, publications, books, anthologies, boxes, objects, tapes, films, clothing, catalogues, kits, bags, scores, essays etc.; for the monthly newspaper cc VTRE edited and printed by the Fluxus editorial council, New York" (first leaf). Cf. Fluxus Codex p.231ff. The Flux-shop was reconstructed again with help of this photograph at the MOMA New York after the acquisition of the material in the collection of Gilbert and Lila Silverman. In the middle of the publications abd cartons a photo-cut-out of Dorothea Meijer. (Fluxus Codex p.18,168,233.)

[#20778]

FLUXUS- EUROPEAN MAIL ORDER HOUSE (Willem de Ridder)

Photo b/w 44 x 40 cm. of the reconstruction of Willem de Ridder's European Mail-Order House as reassembled by Jon Hendricks in the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston (July 7 - September 16,1984), later (1986) repeated in Detroit. SIGNED by WILLEM DE RIDDER in red felt-pen in right lower corner. Verso blank. In mint condition (except for 1 very tiny corner bump at right bottom) .

EUR 1,000.00

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The Flux-shop was reconstructed again at the MOMA New York with help of this photograph after the acquisition of the collection by Gilbert and Lila Silverman. In the middle a photo-cut-out of Dorothea Meijer, who could not be present herself at this occasion. According to my information the enlarged photograph was made for her, and another one (this copy) is signed by Willem de Ridder. Image in Fluxus Codex p.18,168,233.

[#20346]

FLUXUS IN PARIS

FLUXUS in Paris " Biennale Internationale / Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris. (9 Oct.) 1963 Presented by Emmet Williams + arranged by E. Williams + Daniel Spoerri. Translations by Robert Filliou. Publication for the THIRD FLUXUS group event. Printed cardstock covers (20,2 x 20,2 cm) w. a typography visualizing "USA" in a sort of simulated die-cut-effect; alternating a negative / positive image on the front and back cover. Stapled, 24 pp. texts (translated into French), word events, scores, compositions, poems by George Brecht (Word Even: Exit - Sortie), Terry Brown, Al Hansen (title: "?"), Dick Higgins ("TAG"), Pat Keene, Alison Knowles (Shuffling Piece), George Maciunas (Adriano Olivetti Piece), Jackson Mac Low (5th Biblical Poem / 3 Stances from 1955), Simone Morris, Benjamin Patterson (Paper Piece), Terry Riley (Ear Piece), Robert Watts ("2 Inches"), Emmett Williams (4-directional Song of Doubt + Blanc), La Monte Young (Piano Pieces # 1, 2, 3 - Poem for tables, benches + chairs). Performers: Marcelle (Filliou), T. Brown, J. + J. Canepa, L. Castro, Jed Curtis, J. Cushing, Erik Dietmann, A. Ehrlenfeldt, R. Filliou, Peter Green, P. Keene, Bob Lederman, Terry Riley, D. Spoerri, E. Williams etc. With a preface / postface by Jean Pierre Wilhelm (of Galerie 22 in Duesseldorf). ==Loosely enclosed is a small sheet of paper w. Terry Riley's score "Ear Piece" printed on it. .

EUR 1,500.00

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Reference: George Brecht, Events - A Heterospective, Museum Ludwig, 2005 page 314 & Catalog "Happening + Fluxus", Kunstverein Cologne, 1970, unpag. follow chronology (10/10/63 - mistakenly, instead of 09/10/63) + illustr. on opposite page.

[#20691]

Lucio FONTANA

ARK No. 24, with cover design by Fontana, green cover with (hand-made) punched holes. London, October 1958. (16)48(12)pages with folding insert. Untrimmed, and fine condition, 27x21,8 cm.. Inside front cover text printed in green and orange. Together with the promotional leaflet,10x21,5 printed in gold on shiny black paped,folded once (this was originaklky intende to be wrapped around the cover, and is now loosely inserted inside, fine.

EUR 2,500.00

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This is the green version of the cover (there was also a similar version in Orange). Contains also by Fontana: Technical Manifesto,presented at the 1st Inter.Congress of Proportionat the 9th Triennale,Milano 1947, w.commentary by Lawrence Alloway (pages 4-7) Complete with Pochoir by Michael Davies and the folding inserted sheet Ëvery Which Way (project for a film) by Robyn Denny & Richard Smith, and Leaning Tower of Venice (Ralph Rumney). Also litho insert on p. 3. This is an issue of the periodical ARK of the Royal College of Art, London, published from 1950-1973 (Ruhe/Rigo Fontana Bibl., p 204).

[#21053]

FREEWHEEL.

An exhibition of graphics and poetry organised by John Furnival & dsh - (Dom Sylvester Houédard). Arts Council of Great Britain, 1968. Stapled b/w ill. wrapper, 18 x 18 cm, 14 pp.

EUR 250.00

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Catalogue for the exhibition at the Midland Group Gallery, Nottingham, May 6–May 20, 1968 and Arts Council Gallery, June 10–July 1, 1968, Cambridge.

[#20438]

Galerie DATO

Frankfurt 1961-1963.

Bulletin of the Gallery: Nos. 1-6 (without 3): 21 x 15 cm, folded, 4 pages each. Together with: -enclosed in no 1 is the Invitation card and - with the special edition/booklet of Piene. "10 Texte. Published by Nota + Galerie Dato (Munchen + Frankfurt). 1961 Cardcovers, 12 x 11 cm, 48 pp. w. texts by Piene." - - Invitation card “Perspektiven 62” Galerie D,, Frankfurt. Bartels, Goepfert, Holweck, Mack, Piene, Uecker. 1962 - Invitation card: Achrom 2. Galerie d., Frankfurt. 1963. Hermann Goepfert . - Catalog of "9 Aspekte" .Ausstellung der Gaerie d, 7.Dez.1962-11.Jan.1963. Stencilled on 3 pages (recto)stapled. - David Clayton, Girke, Graubner, Kiender, Pohl,Salentin,Schmidt, Spiess,Widlak.

EUR 800.00

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- No. 1 Otto PIENE. Sensibilité Prussienne. - No. 2 Arnulf RAINER. (w. text by Monsig. Otto Mauer (Gal. St.Stephan, Vienna) - No. 4. Oskar HOLWECK. (w. text by KP Ertel) - No. 5. Hermann BARTHELS. (w. text by Georges Peillex) - No.6 . Hermann GOEPFERT. (w. text by Rochus Kowallek)

[#20926]

GALLERY WORKS

Nos. 1-8 (complete). Berkeley-Norwalk-Bronx-San Francisco-Aptos: Poets Commune Publications (c. 1976-1991). Eight issues in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Pater Holland. Contributions by Beverly Dahlen, Richard Kostelanetz, Hannah Weiner, Tom Mandel, Adam Cornford, Carol Bergé, Charles Bernstein, Rosemarie Waldrop, and many others.

[#13578]

GANGURINN / THE CORRIDOR

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

EUR 300.00

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

[#20915]

GHOST DANCE

The International Quarterly of Experimental Poetry.

Issue No.1, 1968. University College (Department of American Thought and Language) Michigan State University, East Lansing USA, 1968. Softcover, stapled booklet, 21.5 x 14 cm. 28 pp. printed on various coloured paper. Slight toning on cover else a very good copy.

EUR 150.00

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Edited by Hugh and Lucia Fox.. Poetry contributions and ills. by various authors. Includes a text by Charles Bukowski. Text in English and Spanish (one in German).

[#21123]

Michael GIBBS

Extinction

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

EUR 1,000.00

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[#19037]

GREASE BALL COMICS

Numbers 1 and 2 (likely all published) Nichol, bp. West Toronto: Ganglia Press (nd) + 1972. Two issues, both fine. First issue is a single sheet, folded once. The second is eight leaves, horizontal 64mo, side-stapled.

EUR 120.00

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Entire illuminated texts in both issues by Nichol. The first issue = grOnk Series 8, No. 1.

[#21151]

THE GREAT SOCIETY

Vol. 1 no 1 (all publ.). New York: The Great Society, 1966.

EUR 100.00

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Small press poetry magazine edited by Ira Cohen and Robert Richkin, with contributions by Piero Heliczer,Ray Bremser, Allen Ginsberg, William Burroughs, Paul Bowles, John Wiener, Jack Smith (cover).

[#20594]

HARLEKIN ART

Harlekin Art, Editionskatalog (1978 - 1980), Harlekin, Wiesbaden-Erbenheim, 1981. Ringbinder boards (hardcover) 18 x 28 x 4,5 cm, approx. 100 thick-paper sheets with b/w illustrations, sales catalogue representing works by i.a. Michael Buthe, Jurgen Klauke, Ulrike Rosenbach, Timm Ulrichs, Wolf Vostell, Joe Jones, Joe Jones, Ulay/Marina Abramovic, Barry McCallion, Curt Steinert, Milan Kunc, Johannes Brus, Klaus Staeck, Kazuo Katase, Marcel Oldenbach, Corsin Fontana, Jet Ferro, Heinz H.R. Decker and others. Document of historical interest. ADDED: (folded/colour) invitations to exhibitions in various sizes on different kinds of paper by Jurgen Klauke, Hannah Villiger, Ulay/Marina Abramovic, Barry McCallion, Curt Stenvert, Michael Buthe and Milan Kunc. Including folded and illustrated invitations on Abramovic/Ulay, 1978, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms.: 'Istallation Two' (1979), illustrated picture postcard; Vollrad Kutscher, 1980, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms.; Herman Hamak, 1980, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms.; Peter Vogel, 1979, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms.; Milan Kunc, 1979, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms.; Barry McCallion, 1979, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms.; Hannah Villeger, 1978, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms.; Fritz Schwegler, 1980, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms.; Curt Stenvert, 1979, 4 pp., 29,5 x 21 cms. + invitations on picture postcards each 14,7 x 21 cms., by Johannes Brus (1981), C.O. Paeffgen (1980), Michael Buthe [printed on gold] (1979), Joe Jones (1977) + a smaller one on Jones and many others.

EUR 150.00

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[#21044]

HEATHCOTE WILLIAMS

MANIFESTOES/MANIFESTEN

Rotterdam: Cold Turkey Press. Very Good. Date: 1974. Limited Edition. Paperback. Original pictorial stiff card wrappers, stapled binding, limited edition, this is copy 115 of an edition limited to 250 copies, covers slightly edgeworn, neat ink inscription to inside front cover, text in English and Dutch, illustrations, publisher's list at rear, scarce. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 42 pages .

EUR 200.00

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[#20769]

Piero HELICZER

The Plays of Piero Heliczer

Volume III: Haruno B U, The Blue Centaur, Bessie Smith. Paris: Dead Language Press, 1971. First edition of 100 copies. 4to; 13 leaves mimeogeraphed on recto and verso, with illustrated yeallos coversheet, bound with a green clip into glassine covers. The glassine scratches and cloudy with some edge damage, the contents,inside covers and text pages are in very good clean condition, undamaged. SIGNED by Heliczer on front cover. .

EUR 1,000.00

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Small run from the Dead Language Press. Contents are three Plays by Heliczer, and an interview with Heliczer by Terry Ork on the last page and inside front cover, which also contains a list of Dead Language distributed titles.

[#17627]

Jan HENDERIKSE

and Antoon Melissen

'Nickel'. 's-Hertogenbosch, Luiscius Books, 2011. Custom-made cassette, 25,5 x 25,5 cms, containing a signed and numbered assemblage of 25 Antillean 'nickels' fixed on canvas, plus 4 cards 16 x 16 cms, loose as issued.

EUR 600.00

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Jan Henderikse (Delft, 1937) began his career as an informal painter. In 1960 he co-founded the Dutch Zero group and began experimenting with assemblages and the impact of large numbers of common objects such as corks, produce crates, crates of beer, licence plates and money.

[#20957]

Hetty HUISMAN

A long letter for a lasting love.

Amsterdam: Da Costa/Hetty Huisman, 1983. Plastic yellowish transparent tube with screw top that contains a brown piece of transparent acetate that is covered with powdered clay. The piece is doubled with a somewhat larger and longer piece of protective Japanese paper with the following handwritten text: ‘Amsterdam/ jan 1983/ a long letter for a long lasting love’. The paper is also signed in pen at the bottom: Hetty Huisman / Void distributors’ and is stamped ‘a DA COSTA edition / © Hetty Huisman / Amsterdam 1983/ this is number 3/20. The plastic tube has a cord attached with at the end a lead seal of Void distributors. - First edition One of 20 numbered, titled and signed copies. euro 350

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- First edition One of 20 numbered, titled and signed copies.

[#21159]

Peter HUTCHINSON

Alphabet Series

New York, John Gibson, 1974. Softcover, staple bound, 35.5 x 18.5 cm , 36 pp. Artists’ book which features each letter of the alphabet, alongside a corresponding photograph, with a handwritten personal story beneath. Photographs by John Kender of Shunk Kender. Printed in an edition of 1000. Cover soiled, with minor creases. Interior fine.

EUR 200.00

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Peter Hutchinson (born 1930) is a British-born artist living in the United States, recognized as a pioneer in both the land art and narrative art movements. He is known for his photo-based conceptual artworks that document ephemeral interventions he creates in the surroundings.

[#16285]

INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS.

Magazine.

September 1968, No. 6: Cybernetic Serendipity Second Issue. 40 pages in illustrated b/w wrappers (24 x 18,5 cm).

EUR 300.00

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The Institute (Nash House,London), has Sir Roland Penrose as Honorary Director, directed by Michael Kustow, Dorothy Morland, Julie Lawson, Jasia Reichard. This issue edited by her. Fully illustrated this number includes contributions by Robert M. Coates (The Law), Daphne Oram (Oramics), Max Bense (Generative aesthetics projects), Petar Milojevic (on art/computer relationship), and Nam June Paik (10 pages) "Expanded education for the paper-less society".

[#20527]

INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS.

Magazine.

ICA Bulletin no. 172/3, August-September 1967, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 1967 Paperback.. 47pp. Booklet printed black and white, stapled

EUR 150.00

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Edited byJasia Reichardt contributions by Norbert Wiener, Marshall McLuhan, Nam June Paik, Guiseppe Chiari, John Furnival, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Takamichi Itoh, Earle Brown, Valerie Lloyd, Alan Beattie, Stuart Brisley, Peter Dockley, Bruce Lacey, Randolph de Glanville, Keith Kennedy, Peter Kuttner, Arvid Krish In 1965, under Jasia Reichardt’s curatorial leadership, the ICA Bulletin changed format from a stapled information pamphlet to illustrated booklets with essential documentation and critical essays on the contemporary avant-garde practices. The ICA Bulletins from 1965-1968 are an essential reference documentation of Avant Garde artists in London in arguably its most exciting period. Front and back cover with a drawing by J.Omowski.

[#20334]

INTERIEUR ANONIEM

Instituut voor Creatief Werk, Galerie Waalkens and Instituut voor Creatief Werk, Finsterwolde, 1968 First edition. 28,5 x 22,5 cm, 122 pages, unpaginated, bound in photographically illustrated French wraps. Illustrated with full bleed b/w photographs of the installation by Kees Heemswerk. Text in Dutch with English translation.

EUR 350.00

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Artists' book documenting the 1968 installation by the Institute for Creative Work at Galerie Waalkens, the gallery that Dutch farmer Albert Waalkens started in his barn in the 1960's which became one of the most important alternative art spaces of the decade. Book including invitation for exhibition and publicity text on A4

[#21189]

IS - COACH HOUSE PRESS

Edited by Victor Coleman No. 9. Fall 1970. 28x27,5 cm. Covcer lightly toned and dogeared right bottom. No. 10. Summer 1971. Quarto. Cover lightly sunned, yellowed.

EUR 150.00

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No. 9: . Unpaginated (48pp.) with a half-size page between each full-size page. Cover & illustrations by Michael Tims. Contributions by David Federman, Ron Caplan, Stephen Rodefer, J. D. Whitney, bpNichol, David Bromige, Gary Geddes, Tims, Raymond DiPalma, Peter Huse, Gerry Gilbert, David Cull, David Rosenberg, & Coleman. VG. Slight toning to wraps towards spine. No. 10: Cover by Michael Sowdon. Quarto. Stapled yellowed wrappers. Near fine with some rubbing. A poetry anthology from Canada featuring Michael Ondaatje, George Bowering, Tom Raworth, Paul Blackburn, Andrew Goldworthy, Daphne Marlatt, Lynne Knight, Frank Davey, Stephen Rodefer, Jim Lang, C.H. Gervais, John Boyle, Robert Fones, Robert Hogg, Jan Casson, Elizabeth Coleman, Jorj Heyman, Chris Hurst, Ed Byrne, B.P. Nichols, Bob Snider, Gerry Gilbert, and David Rosenberg.

[#20894]

IZ

Redactie en vormgeving: Gerrit Jan de Rook. Editie visuele poëzie

IZ 2. Redactie en vormgeving: Gerrit Jan de Rook 2007 Den Haag, Gerrit Jan de Rook, (from an edition of 26, incl. author's copies). Edition Visual Poetry/with contributions by: Editie visuele poëzie met bijdragen van: Marcel Alocco, Julien Blaine, Patrick-Henri Burgaud, Philippe Castelin, Luc Fierens, Pierre Garnier, Jan van der Hoeven, R.R. van der Leest, Lucia Marcucci, Adamo Modesto, Molitor, Greta Monach, Clemente Padin, Michele Perfetti, Renaat Ramon, U.G. Stikker en Zeloot (zeefdruk omslag). )

EUR 500.00

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Card folder with 17 cloose wrappers, each with one or more sheets of work of the respecrtive artist, some signed.

[#21166]

Ilya KABAKOV

Grand Archive/ Het Grote Archief/ Bol’soj archiv. Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 1993. Exhibition catalogue, 27 x 38 cm, housed in a manilla folder with string tie presenting various materials related to the artist's show. Contains: 9 loose installation shots, 8 loose drawings by the artist printed on cardstock, 10 pp. of text in English and Dutch by Kabakov, and a yellow file with various notes, diagrams and illustrations. Interior very good, folder shows minor toning, grey ribbon slightly worn.

EUR 150.00

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[#17912]

Billy KLUEVER

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

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#20203]

MILAN KNIZAK

Zeremonien. AKTUAL (Czech FLUXUS) Remscheid: Vice-Versand, 1971. Octavo, unpaginated, (112 pages printed on different colored stock), illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings. Ringbound with red printed covers and protective acetate cover. Photographs by Zdena Zizkova, Peter Moore, Jan Maria Mach, Milan Knizak et al. - First edition. Numbered copy (#220). Fine condition.

EUR 600.00

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Soon after Knizak created this book the Czechoslovakian police searched his home on the grounds that the artist was creating and distributing pornographic material. Knizak was imprisoned in Prague on three charges including, no. 1: that this book 'through its form and content [Knizak's artwork] intended to discredit the image of a Czechoslovakian abroad'; 2 because his works were seen to be pornographic 'in the eyes of the law of Czechoslovakia'; and 3 because 'the work of Milan Knizak is undesirable within the framework of Czechoslovakian cultural policy'. After public pressure, Knizak was released from prison (ref: Schmuck, Czechoslovakia issue 1974, p. 1).

[#20748]

Joseph KOSUTH

Beiträge zur konzeptuellen Kunst 1965-1976, Kunsthalle Bremen 1976. First edition, softcover, 16 × 22 cm, ill in B& W, staple binding. Exhibition catalogue with text by Paul Maenz and Gerd de Vries.

EUR 100.00

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[#21097]

James LANGDON

Book. (Opening section devoted to Ulises Carrión)

Book. Birmingham: Eastside Projects (2010). First edition. 215 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 220.00

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Published as part of “Book Show,” curated by Langdon and Gavin Wade. Illustrated. Opening section devoted to Ulises Carrión. Many aspects of the book considered, a favorite being seven pages on book trade labels.

[#20703]

d.a. levy

"Stone Sarcophagus; Tune in today for tomorrow's episode".

Madison, Radical America, undated c. 1969. In spine-stapled glossy, 22 x 11 cm, 24 pages. Slight creasing on cover and minor spotting from rusty staple, else fine.

EUR 200.00

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Includes a centerfold stenciled collage, the Para-concrete Manifesto of 1966, a concrete poem for war monuments and visualized prayers to the American God among others.

[#20680]

d.a. levy

The Madison Poems:

QUIXOTE - VOL.4, NO.6 [THE MADISON POEMS OF d.a.levy] Publisher: Quixote Press, Madison, WI Publication Date: 1969 - Original manila envelope 30,6x22,7 cm), with silkscreened illustration by T.L. Kryss on front cover, and handwritten title (in ink) along upper margin ("quixote vol.4 no.6 - d.a. levy"), Contents: reproductions of 23 broadside collages by levy, printed in black on variously-colored stock,(12 measuring 27m7x21,6 and 11 of differents smaller sizes). Together with: - the booklet The Madison Poems of d.a. levy [Cover title: The Art of a Changing Society]. Quarto (28cm); variously-colored printed sheets, side-stapled into collaged covers; [xxviii],23,[1]pp. Together with: - the portfolio titled 7 Concrete Poems (or Electric Greek Poems, on inner card pocket, or Concrete Poems on rear cover). Small stapled portfolio, with text printed in black on blue-gray stock, measuring 16x13,8 cm., , housing 19 concrete poems printed in black on white card stock. All 23 broadside collage inserts are fine; the Concrete Poems portfolio wirth tiny bump and tear at upper spine-fold else Near Fine; The Madison Poems shows mild toning to wrapper extremities, two tiny tears to lower margin of front wrapper, with a small and nearly invisible piece clear tape directly above same - near fine. -The silkscreened envelope is a little worn, with tears and splits, a few of them mended with fraying tape.

EUR 3,000.00

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Complete first edition of the portfolio of levy's work, which he produced during a one month stint in October, 1968 as the "Free University Poet-in-Residence" at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Two editions of the portfolio were assembled and produced by levy's friends and fellow poets after his death - This one the first in 1969, and a second edition in 1972, both containing an entirely different series of collages and inserts of varying sizes. Uncommon, especially complete, as the 7 Concrete Poems portfolio tends to be removed and sold separately

[#20768]

d.a. levy

Suburban Monastery Death Poem

Cleveland, Ohio: Zero Edition, Date: 1968. firsedition.first printing. Mimeographed ,stapled poems bound into stiff white wraps with drawings by Barb O'Connelly printed on blue paper adhered to the front and rear covers.Some soiling to wrappers in particular back wrapper, light edge wear, internally clean.

EUR 120.00

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[#20653]

D.A, LEVY

The Beginning of Sunny Dawn. A Short Story.

March 1968; 10 pages; Mimeo. Stapled. Ghostflower Press. Front cover (in blue) by Sandy Webb. (Horvath/Taylor B-13). In mint condition.

EUR 350.00

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It is possible that this was published by levy himself.

[#19438]

d.a. LEVY

ZEN CONCRETE: Translations & a new interpretation of Buddhist Doctrines. [Vancouver]: blewointment press, 1968. First edition. 4to. Side-stapled mimeo wraps with 21 mimeographed pages,last page loosely inserted. Pictorial front cover depicting levy from a photo by M.J. Roach, the back cover of plain blue paper(which overlaps on the lower side) has an additional element stapled to it (advertisement for a children's toy). Edition of 300 unnumbered copies. In exceptionally good condition.

EUR 1,400.00

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The last book levy finished before his suicide in November of 1968. A masterpiece of concrete poetry consisting of texts interspersed with abstract forms and intentionally illegible passages. [Horvath and Taylor B-16, with the note: The original pieces for this book are with Ingrid Swanberg (sometimes stored in her clothes dryer).

[#21161]

LOADED DRUM

No. 2. Newcastle Upon Tyne, Laundering Room Press, 1974. Edited by Brian Marley. Stapled printed wrappers with green tape on spine, 29.5 x 21 cm, 60 stencilled pages.

EUR 250.00

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Rare magazine of experimental writing from 1974 Newcastle. Contributions by Tim Reynolds, Christopher Middleton, Opal L. Nations, Asa Benveniste, Michael Gibbs, Paul Buck, Allen Fisher, Barry MacSweeney, Kris Hemensley et al. Very good unmarked copy. The magazine belonged to artist, writer, poet and publicist Michael Gibbs (1949-2007). Inserted is a typed and handwritten letter from Laundering Room Press to Gibbs dated 18th August 1974 on remarkable stationary paper designed by Opal L Nations. Also kept in the magazine is a sheet featuring a Permutation Poem by Gibbs, with hand added note on how to read the piece with 12 people. The poem sheet has some wear along the right margin, not affecting the text.

[#20650]

MAG-6

MAG-6 (SUMMER - FALL 1973). Long Beach: Mag Press, 1973 (all published). Orange photo-illustrated wrappers, stapled, 18.5 x 13.5 cm, 48 unpaginated pages with black and white illustrations. Hint of sunning along spine fold, else very good..

EUR 700.00

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Edited by John Kay, Gerald Locklin, Keith James Anderson. Uncommon one-shot poetry magazine, containing Bukowski's poem 'the best love poem i can write at the moment,' and contributions by Michael McClure, Terry Stokes, Helen Kay, Lyn Sukenick, Arlene Stone, et al. Also features Charles May's essay 'Pornography: The Divine Whore,' and a photo essay by the artist Richard Lee depicting two ragged-looking dolls engaged in a various sex acts, inspired by the work of Hans Bellmer.

[#20830]

MAGAZINE

[A One-Shot Periodical].

Numbers 1-6 (all published). New York: Interim Books, 1964 Underground literary magazine (originally intended as a one-shot, but continued as a series, Kirby Congdon was editor of Interim Books). Offered is the complete set.

EUR 1,000.00

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Magazine: A One-Shot Periodical. New York: Interim Books (Editor Kirby Congdon), 1964. Copy 110 of 250. Staplebound, fold-out page. Mimeo poetry magazine. With contributions from Alden Nowlan, Will Inman, Anthony, Towne, Spencer Holst, Daniel Moore, Barbara Holland, James D. Callahan, Taylor Mead, Jay Socin, Richard K. Smith, John Keys, Larry Eigner, Duane Locke, George Bowering, Ree Dragonette, Peter Salmansohn, Frank Roth, Robert Rusk, William Wantling, Gonzalo Ar… Magazine 2 (Two, 1965) New York: Crank Books / Interim Books 1965 4to, 76pp (mimeographed), stapled wrappers. Number 284 of 500 numbered copies. Contribution by d. a. levy, Gregory Corso, Carol Berge (mentions Harry Everett Smith), Dave Cunliffe, Tina Morris, Jay Socin, George Dowden, Douglas Blazek, James Boyer May, Margaret Randall, Dan Saxon, Barbara Holland, et al. Includes fascinatingly detailed coverage of the sixties avant-garde as it happened (Carol Berge's article on poetry readings in NYC includes a passing mention of filmmaker Harry Everett Smith and his Kiowa Peyote Meeting recordings). Magazine 3 (Three) Interim Books, New York, NY 102 pages. 4to. Mimeographed literary anthology featuring poems by Carla Maria Blank, Charlene Davis, James L. Fenner, Maricla Moyano, among others with prose by Charles Bukowski, Gene Fowler, Cavan McCarthy, Tom McNamara, Cyril Miles and more. Additionally, this publication features reviews of books, articles and magazines. Book reviews include Jean Genet's The Theif's Journal and Ernest Hemingway's A Movable Feast. Includes a facsimile of an article by Dorothy Raymer, discussing poet and Interim Books editor Kirby Congdon. Includes a portrait of Barbara Holland by photographer Donald Curran. Publication is printed on staple-bound paper that features an illustrated wrap. Front wrapper lightly soiled. Magazine 4 (Mag 4, 1969) New York: Crank Books / Interim Books 1969 4to, 136pp (mimeographed), stapled wrappers. One of 500 copies of this mimeographed underground literary magazine, this issue largely devoted to writing on motorcycles. Publisher's flyer laid in, Carol Berge, Allen De Loach, Clayton Eshleman, Walter Lowenfels, Clarence Major, Gerard Malanga, Jay Socin, et al.Unmarked copy, chip to base of spine, patches of toning and wear to wrappers. Magazine 4. 1969. Original wrappers, lightly toned.; spine lightly damaged but overal a nice clean copy. This issue concntrates on motorcycle poems. One of 500 copies. Mimeo text with inserted photographic plates. Striking pictorial wrappers. A very good bright copy. "Concentrates on motorcycle poems to illustrate the editor's contention that poetry can and should extract itself from the lady's garden, the gentleman's parlor and the academician's research library." ) Motorcycle lore, poems, Vbusts by Richard Morriw, Geraldo Sobral, Dorothy Rymes, Jay Socin. MAGAZINE FIVE . New York: Intrepid Books, 1972. First Edition. Sewn glossy card covers; small 8vo., in a black cardboard box with pasted labels. Number 372 of 500. Box on excellent shap,only tiny imperfections at bottom corners).Ten chapbooks, mostly essays (Gregory Corso, Helen Adam and Congdon) with some poems by the likes of Congdon, Charles Bukowski, Joanne Kyger, Janine Pommy Vega, Lyn Lifshin, Tuli Kupferburg and others. Clay/Phillips p. 284 (seemingly an incomplete or confated listing). Of fve issues this was the only one in this format, the others mostly mimeo single issue. Magazine Six: the Key West Issue.Paperback, 151 pp. Small 4to. Errata sheet laid in; signed by the editor.

[#15938]

MANIPULATIONS

MANIPULATIONS. Editor: John Hendricks. New York, Judson Gallery, 1967. Loose materials laid into the original printed folder. A series of works edited by John Hendricks, intact printed envelope (26,5x18,5 cm, cover designed by Ralph Ortiz, in good condition, some wear and small tears on the opening side and lower edges). (The original edition and Precursor to Aspen Magazine No. 6A. One of 500 copies.)

EUR 1,800.00

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This original publication of Manipulations is partly different and contains -in addition to the content of the later re-edition in Aspen No. 6A - also 11 photographic images of the events and 12 objects of printed pieces. Loose sheets and object-multiples in paper form by B. Hendricks, J. Toche, A. Kaprow, A. Hansen, G. Hendricks, M. Goldstein, S. Rose, C. Schneemann, L. Picard, J. Yalkut, C. Moorman, K. Jacobs, K. Millet, N.J. Paik, and T. Limura and others. This (the original publication of Manipulations) is partly different and contains -in addition to the content of the later re-edition in Aspen No. 6A - also 11 photographic images of the events and 12 objects of printed pieces.

[#20257]

THE MARRAHWANNAH QUARTERLY (MARIJUANA QUARTERLY).

Several changes of name: Mary-Jane Quarterly; MajoonQuarterly, etc

A group of 7 issues: Vol. 1 no 2; Vol. 2 no 1 & 2 & 4; Vol. 3 no 3 & 4; Vol. 4 no- 2. Cleveland, Renegade press, 1964-65, 1967, 1967/68. Seven issues, all excellent condition. Original illustrated wrappers; 4to; mimeographed leaves; stapled in spine; cover of the second issue with marginal tape-marks; spine of no 3 (which has an original watercoloured front wrapper) a bit damaged, but otherwise excellent.

EUR 7,000.00

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-Vol. 1 no 2: marRAhwannA QuaRterly 2, Winter 1964-65..Cleveland, Renegade Press ,1964. 21,5 x 15 cm, [26] pages, light green and beige heets of various sizes, stapled into beige card stock, printed letterpress. Mimeographed fold-out sheet at rear. One of 150 copies (rendered as marRAhwannA on the front cover and Marrawanna on the verso). Light soiling to wrappers, toning to some page edges, rusting to the two staples, and general handling wear. A Very Good copy of this rare publication. Edited by d.a.levy. Concrete and visual poetry, typewriter poetry - Vol. 2 no 1:THE MARY JANE QUARTERLY, Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1966 Stapled sheets with printed cover, one of 200 copies, letterpress cover, mimeograph. Issue dedicated to Guru Ronald Jump, imprisoned for poverty. Book review by levy (?) of Charles Bukowski’s Confessions of a Man Insane Enough to Live with Beasts. - Vol. 2 no 2. THE MARIJUANA QUARTERLY, Cleveland: Renegade Press, 1966 Stapled sheets with printed cover,one of 200 copies, letterpress cover, mimeograph. This issue is dedicated to John Sinclair. (On cover: Do not Smoke te Marijuana Quarterly as a Religious Sacrament) - Vol. 2 no 4: T.H,.U.N.D.E.R. Agent. God is on our Side. Levy, Allen Ginsberg, D.R.Wagner, T.L.Krys; Vol. 3 no 3 mimeographed leaves (rectos only), side-stapled and glued into an original watercolored outer wrapper by d.a. levy; 34 unnumbered leaves, plus outer wrapper; The concrete issue, with statements by B.P. Nichol and d.a. levy, followed by contributions by T.L. Kryss, levy, Julian Kallander, David W. Harris, Russell Atkins, B.P. Nichol, Adam Kadmon, "Linda", E.S. Harmon, Bill Bissett, E.R. Baxter, Robert J. Sigmund, D.R. Wagner, and Mara.; - Vol. 3 no 4 incl. poetry by T.L. Kryss, Al Bell, S.M. Kane, drawing by Steve Ferguson, silk-screen cover by Kryss; - Vol. 4 no 2 contains poems by Don Thomas, BJT, E.R. Baxter, front-cover by Toni Thomas, back-cover by Sandy-Jo Hickel.

[#20651]

MARY-J ANE PAPERS

a poem & a play by George Montgomery (dated New York 1966). 7 flowers press. Cleveland, Ohio1966. Introduction by d.a. levy (cleveland ohio, center of the mid-east mind revolution). 24 pages, green and pink paper, stapled in the left margin.

EUR 700.00

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"Dedicated to Timothy Leary. People.The Human Mind.My children. Peace & Freedom". On the front cover an unsigned drawing and "Bambu,Zigzag,Tops,Ritz-La,Dagmar" (cigarette papers), "Banned in U.S.A. "

[#21042]

MAYTIME YAMTIME FESTIVAL CALENDER

Smolin Gallery NY 1963-

Double sided oversized flyer 56x21,5 cm, offset printed in duotone, folded to 11,5x21,5 cm. Design credited to George Brecht and Robert Watts.

EUR 1,800.00

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Calender for Yam Festival events presented at Smolin Gallery, New York, May 1-31,1963. Text and ills. Listing the daily events taking place in the month of May. Participants included: Ben Patterson, Dick Higgins, John Cage, Robert Filiou, Ray Johnson, Alison Knowles, Arthur Kopckd, Takehosa Kosugi, Georges Maciunas, Yvonne Rainer,Tonas Schmitt, La Monte Young, and others.

[#21103]

Egenio MICCINI

"Definizione di Violenza". Testo di Miccini, drawings by G.Coppini. 16 blue and pink sheets, 15x11,5cm, sidestaped, in original plastic pouch. Firenze, 1968. With the stamp of both artists on the front and of the publishing house Techne on the back. Together with ab.10 small sheets with drawings and texts "Parlate poesia, La poesiaè salute!) etc.

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[#21002]

MOJO NAVIGATORE

e - Poetry.

Nos. 1, 2, 3 (of 4 published). Cat's Pajamas Press, Glen Ellyn/Ill. 1969-1971.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by John Jacob. Contributions by Michael Anania, Susan Grathwohl, Ben Hiatt, Hugh Knox, Dick Lourie, Tom McGrath, Allen Planz, D.R. Wagner, Robert Creeley, Douglas Blazek, and an account of a reading by Charles Olson. Note: (No relation to "Mojo Navigator R&R News" rock magazine).

[#20649]

MOONSTONES

Vol. 1 No. 2. Niagara: Press : Today : Niagara, 1966. Illustrated wraps, stapled, .28 x 21.5 cm. 70 pages on various coloured paper. Improperly stapled, so pages are loose from the most part, else near fine.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by D.R. Wagner. Back cover by d.a.levy. Front cover bt Barbara O'Conelly. Features the Bukowski poem "A Man Gets Tired," as well as a section for Cleveland poets guest-edited by Kent Taylor, d.a. levy with "iron cross of the sun" , Russell Salamon,, Russell Atkins, Susan Cornillon, Grace Butcher, and more.

[#20596]

MUSEUM FOLKWANG ESSEN, 1969

Dieter Honisch, Wim A. L. Beeren, Verborgene Strukturen, Museum Folkwang Essen, 1969. Soft cover, 23.9 x 15.9 cm, 88 p 1st edition. Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held May 9 - June 22, 1969.

EUR 300.00

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Text by Dieter Honisch and Wim A. L. Beeren. Artists in the exhibition include Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Joseph Beuys, Boezem, Bill Bollinger, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Jan Dibbets, Ger van Elk, Rafael Ferrer, Barry Flanagan, Mike Heizer, Douglas Huebler, Paolo Icaro, Neil Jenney, Olle Kðks, Jannis Kounellis, Richard Long, Walter De Maria, Mario Merz, Marisa Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Panamarenko, Emilio Prini, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Robert Ryman, Alan Saret, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, Frank Lincoln Viner, Lawrence Weiner, and Gilberto Zorio. Includes bibliography, and a biography for each individual artist. Printed in black-and-white. Text in German." A rare and historical catalogue. The exhibition was presented earlier titled "Op Losse Schroeve" in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam 1969.

[#21064]

Mario NANNI

I giochi del malessere

(Games of Malaise). Milan, Edizioni Apollinaire, 1969. Spiral bound book object, 21 x 21 x 2 cm, 38 pp. Nineteen double pages each with a die cut circle in the center (9 cm), three of which have a nickel-plated metal ring suspended from a small spring hanging in the hole. The off white cover has a small red paper banner loosely joined at the spiral.

EUR 700.00

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Catalogue of objects created by Mario Nanni (1922- 2019) in 1968 and 1969 and presented at Galleria Apollinaire Milan, and La Nuova Loggia in Bologna. The book contains printed b/w photographic images, alternated with monochrome pages in metallic, red and black and two transparent acetate sheets featuring silkscreened black drawings. An essay by Achille Bonito Oliva (in Italian) is printed on a red paper strip (21 x 3 cm) running along the lower part of all pages. The book resembles Mario Nanni’s installation pieces and the use of steel chrome circles in his work. Very rare item produced in an edition of 500 copies. In good condition.

[#20917]

THE NATOMA FREE SUN, 1968

- Two volumes of The Natoma Free Sun, 1968 Includes: The Natoma Free Sun, Vol. 1, No. 1 - April 25, 1968. San Francisco, Natoma Free Sun, 1968. Edited by Gail Dusenbery. Newspaper type publication, 45.5 x 30 cm, 4 pp, folded once. Featuring written work by David Cole, Clemens Starck, Leland Stoney, Harry Newman, Luis Garcia, Suzanne Brooke, Diane Moran, Harvey Bialy, John Simon, Richard Denner, Ken McLaren, and Jim Wehlage. Also includes Claude Pelieu’s text ‘At 7 p.m.’ dated April 5th, 1968 location San Fran Fascist America, translated by Mary Beach. Regular age toning and tiny wear along margins, generally a fine copy. + The Natoma Free Sun, Vol. 1, No. 2 – July 25, 1968. This issue edited by James Liddy. Contributions by David Polk, Mary Rexroth, Thomas Hill, William Siverley, James Liddy. Copy with spotting and age toning, else fine.

EUR 300.00

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[#20828]

NEW REFORM NIEUWS

Tijdschrift voor actuele kunst.

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#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.

[#21043]

OP LOSSE SCHROEVEN

Op Losse Schroeven. Situaties en cryptostructuren -Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, 1969. Cat. 457. Nice clean copy,fine.

EUR 400.00

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Catalogue for the seminal show curated by Wim Beeren, concurrent with 'When Attitudes Become Form' at Kunsthalle Bern. Bound in two separate volumes in one ill. wrapper. 27.5 x 21.5 cm. Texts by Wim A.L. Beeren, Piero Gilardi, Harald Szeemann in Dutch and English. Designed by Wim Crouwel. Among the artists are Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Ben d'Armagnac, Joseph Beuys, Walter de Maria, Jan Dibbets, Barry Flanagan, Jannis Kounellis, Richard Long, Mario Merz, Bob Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Panamarenko, Rob Ryman, Lawrence Weiner, & Gilberto Zorio.

[#21104]

OPEN

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Nice, 1967-1968. Original wrappers, spine stapled. Very rare avant garde journal (not in Destribats).

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Marcel Alocco, founded by Francis Merino in Monaco. Contributions by Marcel Alocco, Serge Béguier, Ben, Daniel Biga, Julien Blaine, George Brecht, Henri Chopin, Erik Dietmann, Robert Filliou, Paul-Armand Gette, Jacques Lepage, Ernest Pignon, Robert Pinget, Guy Rottier, John Sharkey, Emmett Williams, Jacques de la Villeglé, etc. Added: a prospectus and 2 envelopes adressed to Merino.

[#21059]

OPENINGS PRESS

Openings Press, Rooksmore House -Various silkscreened concrete poem cards published by John Furnival's Openings Press in the late 1960s and early 1970 (total 14 items, see below)

EUR 1,000.00

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Includes: 7 copies from the Card Series (Nos. 2 (reprint),4,5,6,9,10) by dsh, Furnival, Maurizio Nannucci, Kostalenetz, including Jiri Valochs Uncorrected poem for Henri Chopin 1969 (very lightly stained). 2 from the Plakat series (nos 9 and 10) -Valentine's and X-mas series (with glitter), -l'Amour-Nowel - the poem leaflet "After the Russian" by Ian Hamilton Finlay - Funival: Pisa 1965,the first leaning Manifesto(From collection hansforg mayer) - Furnival silkscreen from 1968 printed green and yellow on thick white sheet, 30x29 cm.

[#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.

[#15614]

NAM JUNE PAIK

Family of Robot: Mother , Family of Robot: Father, and Connection, at the

Chicago, Carl Solway Gallery, 1986. Nineteen loose sheets, 28 x 21.5 cm, plus several protective white sheets, printed b/w and colour. Includes ‘Smiling Face’, a signed silkscreen print on silver paper, 28 x 21.5 cm. Unique sumi ink drawing of a face on an image of a tv-monitor. Catalogue published for the premier exhibition of Family of Robot: Mother, Family of Robot: Father, and Connection at the Carl Solway Gallery, Chicago Art International Art Exhibition, 1986. In near mint condition.

EUR 600.00

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[#20135]

Steven PARRINO

Amphetamine Monster- Mill, Art & Public Geneva 1995 ed 750 . Nickas, Robert. Steven Parrino : Amphetamine Monster-Mill. Geneva, Switzerland: Art & Public, 1995. 56 p. : 20 ill. ; 21 x 15 cm.

EUR 600.00

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Steven Parrino (1958–2005) was an American artist and musician associated with energetic punk nihilism. He is best known for creating big modernist monochrome paintings (his colors were limited to monochrome black (or black-and-white), orange, red, blue, and silver) that he violently slashed, torn or twisted off their stretchers. He died in a motorcycle traffic accident in Greenpoint, Brooklyn at the age of 46. Nickas focuses on Parrino's photo-collages under which lies an aesthetic of negativity taken to its limit. The author resituates the artist's interventions in the psychotronic context of punk counterculture in the United States.

[#21063]

Udo PASTERNY

Buch

Cologne, Uwe Jeske, 1969. Two thick coloured plastic sheets, and 25 transparent plastic sheets, 20 x 20 cm. Bound together with two white plastic covered metal rips. All sheets are screenprinted with text, numbers and images in blue and pink. Text in German. Copyrighted by Gesellschaft fur Konsum & Kommunikation Köln. Cover photo by Gangolf Dörr, Dortmund.

EUR 600.00

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Udo Pasterny (1947) is a German author known for his bibliography about underground literature. He was trained as a bookseller, worked at a printing house in the 1960’s and became a playwright, actor and rockstar. The book has some regular age wear and scratching on the plastic, some small tears in the top and bottom sheet along the binding holes. Overall a good copy, none of the sheets are stuck together as is usual with this material.

[#20964]

PEACOCK

A New Literary Magazine from Oxford

No. 1, 1964. Edited by Sebastian Brett and Crispin Hasler. Designed by Jules Goddard

EUR 100.00

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[#20318]

PERFORMANCE ART FESTIVAL

Edited by R. D'Hondt . Cultureel Animatiecentrum Beursschouwburg VZW, Brussels Belgium, 1978. 103 pages, 42 x 29 cm. First edition, soft cover. Together with: Het verschijnsel performance in Amsterdam, Museum Fodor, 1978, 20 x 20 cm, 24 pp , Marja Samsom/Miss Kerr, James Lee Byars, Hans Eykelboom, Ulay/Abramovic, Nan Hoover, Michel Cardena, Raul Marroquin and others. Added: poster b/w, A4.

EUR 500.00

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Contributions: R. D'Hondt, V. Acconci, C. Ambrosini, L. Anderson, B. D'Armagnac, J. Armleder, K. Atherton, A. Banana, B. Gaglione, K. Atherton, J. Barry, J. Beuys, P.M. Pickshaus, C. Burden, A. Marras, J. Charlier, N.J. Deak, S. Forti, P. Gees, General Idea, G. Goris, D. Graham, B. Grinberg, L. Halflants, V. Halflants, N. Hoover, S. Janssen, T. Keane, J. Klauke, T. Marioni, A. Mayer, J.M. Navez, G. Pane, Reindeer Werk, H. Roelandt, N. Rolfe, U. Rosenbach, M. Rosler, M. Sambin, K. Sieverding, K. Mettig, P. Stembera, Ulay, M. Abramovic, V. Export, M. Wassenberg, P. Weibel and K. Zarebski. Text in Dutch and English. added: Performance Art Festival (see above) poster A4

[#20317]

PERFORMANCE ART, NEW REFORM STELT VOOR: PERFORMANCE ART

Roger D’Hondt, Publisher: Stadtarchiv, Kassel, 1977, offset cm 18×24,5, pp. 32, BW ills, cardboard cover, contributions by Hugo Roelandt, Narcisse Tordoir, Antonio Muntadas, Reindeer Werk, Anna Banana and others. Added in envelope: poster by Reindeer Werk, poster by Tordoir/Janssen/Steels, booklet by Davi Het Hompson, orderform New Reform.

EUR 400.00

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Roger D'Hondt, founded the avant-garde art center NEW REFORM (Aalst 1970-1978).

[#21158]

PERFORMANCE BANK

Fred Truck, Flat envelope: the biennial report.

Des Moines, Iowa, Cookie Press, 1982. Brown accordion folded envelope, 26 x 38 cm, with mounted title label and string tie. The envelope contains a variety of materials relating to Performance Bank, a project by Fred Truck aimed at creating an international database for performances. An explanatory title sheet explains how the Bank accepts proposals for performances (some of which are then realized by Bank personnel) and documents performances realized by others. Three yellow folders labeled Memos, Visuals and XL Visuals contain photocopies documenting performances. A computer print-out titled ‘Bonds of Performance’ and a computer-printed catalogue feature performance proposals and documentation arranged in alphabetical order by artist. Contributions by Anna Banana, Peter Below, Guy Bleus, Jean Brown, Paulo Bruscky, Ulises Carrion, Cavellini, Robert Filliou, Michael Gibbs, E.F. Higgins III, John Held, Waclaw Ropiecki, Guy Schraenen and many others (full list below). Noteworthy items in the envelope are a tiny flipbook by Opal L Nations and a hilarious colour photo series documenting Michael Gibb’s performance as executed by the staff of Performance Bank. Jean Brown's project involved biographical material on George Maciunas. The envelope has moderate rubbing and scuffing, all inserted items are in fine condition. Scarce. No copy found in trade.

EUR 1,500.00

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Full list of contributors: Dr. Al Ackerman, Frank J. Anderson, Anna Banana, Peter Below, Billedstofteater (Copenhagen), Guy Bleus, Don Boyd, Jean Brown, Paulo Bruscky, Bureau de la Poesie (Warsaw), Linda Burnham, Ulises Carrion, John Carson, Guglielmo Achille Cavellini, Ishvahni LeClair, Hannes Clerico, David Cole, R.P. Connolly, Geoffrey Cook, Cracker Jack Kid, Robin Crozier, Dramatika (Tarpon Springs, Fla.), Steven Durland, Robert Filliou, Nicole Frangione, Kenneth Gaburo, Bill Gaglione, Rimma Gerlovin, Valery Gerlovin, Michael Gibbs, Anthony J. Gnazzo, Klaus Groh, James Hegarty, John Held, Scott Helmes, Shirley Henderson, E.F. Higgins III, Dick Higgins, Cindy Hilden, Mirjam Kopse, Mail Art/Arms Race Pool (So. Harpswell, Maine), Maryland Writers Council or Kirby Malone, Michael Metz, Mohammed, Michael Mollet, Monja Monastyrsky, Charles Morrow Associates (New York), Opal Louis Nations, Hans Nevidal, Off Centre Centre (Calgary), Jurgen O. Olbrich, Bern Porter, Waclaw Ropiecki, Guy Schraenen, R.D. Schroeck, Alex Selenitsch, Melanie Sherwood, Lon Spiegelman, Petr Stembera, Jaroslav Supek, Jean-Paul Thenot, Fred Truck, Margarita Tupitsyn, Ronald Wigman, George Wyllie, Paul Zelevansky, Anatoly Zhigalov and Natalia Abalakova.

[#19608]

Géza PERNECZKY.

Very alternative art (Merde).

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

EUR 500.00

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

[#20986]

Geza PERNECZKY

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

EUR 2,500.00

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

[#20559]

LE PETIT COLOSSE DE SYMI/ SPOERRI

The Nothing Else Review.

Daniel SPOERRI. 25 Objets de magie a la Noix / Zimtzauberkonserven. Deutsch von André Thomkins (Together with): LE PETIT COLOSSE DE SYMI. The Nothing Else Review. Nos. 1 - 4. [All published]. Düsseldorf. Galerie Gunar. 1968. Catalogue (24.5 x 16.7 cm). Original wrappers. Published to accompany the exhibition, Galerie Gunar, May - June 1968. This is the deluxe edition of the catalogue, limited to 30 copies, numbered, signed and dated by Spoerri in black crayon on the first blank page (deliberately smudged). Each of the deluxe copies are also accompanied by an original cliché printing steel-plate block for one of the catalogue’s photo-litho illustrations, an original gelatine silver print of Symi mounted on black card, and a signed lithograph by André Thomkins. Also present is a complete run in four issues (3 of the 4 issues consisting of one very large sheet, folded into 16 sections, printed both recto and verso) of Spoerri’s obscure and short-lived 1960's periodical ‘Le Petit Colosse de Symi’. The magazine was published during Spoerri's time of self-imposed exile on the remote Greek island of Symi. Includes contributions to the first issue by Dieter Roth, Jean Tinguely, Robert Filliou, Emmett Williams, Georges Brecht, Claes Oldenburg, Makoto Oka, François Dufrène, and André Thomkins, the other three issues dedicated to singular works from Spoerri or his partner Kichka Baticheff - the fourth issue, for example, is devoted to the documentation of the same ‘25 Objets Archéologiques’ which form the basis of the Galerie Gunar’s exhibition. The deluxe edition is presented as a ‘Spoerri-Objekt’, with the catalogue, periodical and extra material, all presented together in a folding case covered with pink towelling and lined with a soiled folded t-shirt. The case was designed and made by Rudolf Rieser.

EUR 3,000.00

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Published to accompany the exhibition, Galerie Gunar, May - June 1968. This is the deluxe edition of the catalogue, limited to 30 copies, numbered, signed and dated by Spoerri in black crayon on the first blank page (deliberately smudged). Each of the deluxe copies are also accompanied by an original cliché printing steel-plate block for one of the catalogue’s photo-litho illustrations, an original gelatine silver print of Symi mounted on black card, and a signed lithograph by André Thomkins. Also present is a complete run in four issues (3 of the 4 issues consisting of one very large sheet, folded into 16 sections, printed both recto and verso) of Spoerri’s obscure and short-lived 1960's periodical ‘Le Petit Colosse de Symi’. The magazine was published during Spoerri's time of self-imposed exile on the remote Greek island of Symi. Includes contributions to the first issue by Dieter Roth, Jean Tinguely, Robert Filliou, Emmett Williams, Georges Brecht, Claes Oldenburg, Makoto Oka, François Dufrène, and André Thomkins, the other three issues dedicated to singular works from Spoerri or his partner Kichka Baticheff - the fourth issue, for example, is devoted to the documentation of the same ‘25 Objets Archéologiques’ which form the basis of the Galerie Gunar’s exhibition. The deluxe edition is presented as a ‘Spoerri-Objekt’, with the catalogue, periodical and extra material all presented together in a folding case covered with pink towelling and lined with a soiled folded t-shirt. The case was designed and made by Rudolf Rieser.

[#21160]

PLATINUM

A magazine published by the University of Essex Film Society to coincide with the University Arts Festival 1968. Edited by Simon Field and Peter Sainsbury. Softcover, pictorial wrapper printed on silver paper, 25 x 20 cm, 62 pp.

EUR 250.00

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Front cover features Don Levy’s ‘Herostratus’, frontcover verso shows the original poster for Kenneth Anger’s ‘Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome’. Interior printed in black on white, yellow and blue stock. Various contributions on underground cinema by P. Adams-Sitney, Raymond Durgnat, Alan Lovell, Victor Tracz and others. Centerfold features b/w filmstills of Jack Smith’s ‘Flaming Creatures’. Fine copy.

[#20560]

PLUS-NIEUWS

Veeltalig Orgaan/Organe Polyglotte/Polyglot Newspaper.

Nos. 1-18 (all published) complete, tog.wih catalogue 'Art by artists, design by artists.' Ghent (Belgium), Plus Kern, 1969-1972. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrated. Sq. 8vo.

EUR 2,000.00

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'Plus Kern" was a centre for constructive design, conceptual art, concrete poetry in Ghent. Ed. in-chief: Yves (& Jenny) de Smet. Contribs. by Sol Lewitt, André Beullens, Paul de Vree, Alice de Bakker, Stanley Brouwn ( insert in no 8) , Kamph (insert in no 9), Plompen, Jac Charoux, Hugo De Clercq, Henri Chopin (No. 5, with the Invite), Fr. Morellet, Ad Dekkers, Gijs Bakker en Emmy van Leersum, Servranckx, Bram Bogart, Raoul de Keyser, etc. Number 16 folds out to a poster, at the occasion of the exhibition Colombo, Morellet & Joel Stein in Plus- in vary good condition, quite rare. Kern. '. No. 14 without the extra insert by De Bakker, but otherwise a complete set in very good condition; quite rare.

[#20923]

LA POESIA VISIVA IN ITALIA (Denza Archive)

Collezione Denza, Brescia. Milanino sul Garda / Brescia, Edizioni Amodulo, 1971. Edited by Sarenco. Stapled booklet, 16.5 x 22 cm, 30 pp. Cover printed red and black on white sheet. First edition, edition size unknown. Stenciled catalogue for the exhibition curated by Sarenco presenting visual poetry from the Denza archive collection.

EUR 350.00

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Includes work and biographies of 21 artists such as Bentivoglio, Ugo Carrega, Ketty la Rocca, Maurizio Nannucci, Sarenco and others. Cover age toned and soiled, with small creases along the right margin. Staples slightly rusty but the paper is not affected.

[#20681]

POESIEALBUM

Numbers 1-275 (all published), with 15 Special issues( Sonderhefte ) and the final »abschließendes« Heft 276. Berlin, Verlag Neues Leben 1967–1990, and Assenheim, Brennglas 1991. Each with a coloured cover. A set with all specials and two changed new editions Heft 1 (Bert Brecht) and 32 (Karl Marx) and the final/ (abschließende) Heft 276 by Bernd Jentzsch, founder and longstanding editor, signed by him. The Bukowski-number, Heft 225 signed by the illustrator Volker Pfüller.

EUR 3,500.00

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A rare complete collection. The poetry album was a volume of poetry published monthly in the GDR from 1967 to 1990. Founded by Bernd Jentzsch (who had to discontinue because he had protested the "Ausbürgerung" of Wolf Biermann) and then continued by Richard Pietraß from 1977 to 1979 , was published monthly between 1967 and 1990 by Neues Leben Berlin. International poets and young poets from the GDR were presented on 32 pages each. The spectrum ranged from Ovid , Hồ Chí Minh , Edgar Allan Poe and Alexander Puschkin to Bertolt Brecht , Erich Kästner , Stephan Hermlin and Bob Dylan. In addition to a total of 275 regular issues 15 special issues were published. However the last one( for August von Platen from August 1990, in which the then editor Dorothea Oehme announced the end of the series for economic reasons) was no longer delivered. A few copies were saved from a Leipzig landfill where the edition had been dumped. After the fall of the Wall, a booklet was published by BrennGlas-Verlag Assenheim on the initiative of the founder . There were a few restarts. Detailed list of included authors on request.

[#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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[#19419]

POPPETGOM:

Theater Scarabee

Amsterdam, published by Octopus Foundation, 1970. UNOPENED Large tinplate oil can containing a catalogue and an inflatable yellow plastic cushion. Oil can made by Thomassen & Drijver-Verblijfa in Deventer.PLUS: a set of the original contents from another opened can: Catalogue: 224 pp., paperback, illustrated throughout (few quires loose) and with the yellow inflatable cushion. Designed.. Boon, A., Thunissen, R. and As, J. van. Poppetgom. Theater Scarabee. Deventer, Octopus, n.d. (±1970), texts by LUCEBERT, num. (col.) ills., orig. wr., 4to.

EUR 1,500.00

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Rare Fluxus item documenting a theatrical happening in which collaborators were i.a. Woody van Amen, Pat Andrea and Lucebert.. Designed by Jan van Toorn in Amsterdam. Play composed and produced by Adri Boon, Raf Thunnisen and Jan van As; text by Lucebert; directed by Adri Boon. The premier of the avant-garde stage production “Poppetgom” - similar to a “Happening” - took place at Studio Scarabée, an experimental theatre founded by the painter Adri Boon, before being shown at the Stedelijk in Amsterdam and then being adapted for television. The book is made up of photographs of scenes, pieces of dialogue, collages and illustrations, and contains numerous socio-political connotations involved in the techniques of “Happenings”. The catalogue is concealed inside the tinplate oil can. It is very rare to find an item like this, in its original state with the can unopened.

[#16541]

PUNT. 5 - POINT.5 - PUNKT. 5

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

EUR 700.00

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

[#20904]

QUADLOG / ARLINGTON QUADRO.

Sherbourne, South Street Publications, 1968. Softcover, 23 x 18 cm. 108 pp. Catalogue for one of the most significant concrete poetry exhibitions of the 1960s. Blue plastic clasp bound with profuse ills. of artists' works on various paper stock, fold-outs and some colour contributions (striking insert by Sharkey). Cover and introduction by Dom Sylvester Houedard (dsh).

EUR 700.00

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Exhibition organized jointly by dsh and Charles Verey (England) and E.M. de Melo e Castro (Portugal). Artists include: Henri Chopin, Simon Cutts, DSH, Ian Hamilton Finlay, John Furnival, Brian Lane, Liliane Lijn, Stuart Mills, Tom Phillips, John J Sharkey, Charles Verey, Ian Breakwell, E.M. de Melo e Castro, Abilio-Jose Santos, Antonio Aragao, Jose Viale Moutinho and others. Moderate toning on cover, with some fraying on extremeties, overall in good condition.

[#20678]

4 TAXIS (QUATRE TAXIS)

Nos. 1-24 (all publ) 1978-2003 COMPLETE SET with "A Bar a Day" calender additional to 15/16. Plus: Side publications 1972-2005: -4 Taxis Perpendiculaire n°1 & 2 (février 1982 et juillet 1983). -4 Taxis hors série : 3 volumes (Hiver 1983, octobre 1990, septembre 2004). -4 Taxis circulaire : n°1 à 5 (octobre 1982 à mars 1986). - 2 affiches (Neon de Suro,of 100 copies; Caves de Lascaux,of 80 copies) - ;Double-issue "Elvis vous parle",KingSize,Miami Sète 2001. Various formats and productions; illustrated covers; the first 5 issues (4to sized) with a spectacular design trimmed in the form of a traveller carrying a suitcase.

EUR 10,000.00

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Founded by Michel Aphesbero and Danielle Colomine. The pedagogical and artistic experience of the Studio "Pensée Nomade" or " Nomadic Workshop of the Bordeaux School of Fine Art" in France. It looked for ways to reinvent and rethink the modalities and practicalities, and artistic practice itself, from the mixed legacy of counter-culture, Situationist International, French Theory, Martin Kippenberger, Walter Benjamin a.o.…" A teaching experiment where students dwelled in travel and picked knowledge on the side of the road rather than in classrooms. "Artistic education has to provide new conditions to think differently and to jettison accumulated traditions and inherited categories". The "Nomadic Workshop" travelled to different cities to live for a short period of time and an issuer of the magazine was published as a result: 1980 : Berlin, 1981 : Barcelone, 1983 : Los Angeles, 1986 : Madrid, 1987 : São Paulo, 1991-92 : Séville. "Toutes ces villes où nous avons vécu posent les bases d'une construction mentale qui échappe à la seule forme d'une revue..." Special issues about: The Caves of Lascaux relocated to Col du Perthus, the space "Proun" with re-edition of /Lissitzky squares by Galerie du Triangle,Oct.1990, in Bordeaux, Art Rite in NY, redesign of Bordeaux-wine label by Warhol, Madrid des années 30; Biennale de Sao Paolo, a serigraphy if a a carton gun, a calender with addresses of 365 bars, no. 21/24 is a photobook (19,5x13 cm), 598 photographs of drug addicts and polsice pictures related to drugs; an issue combined with LAICA Journal, Participation of Christian Boltanski, Annette Messager, Martin Kippenberger, Chris Burden, Ed Ruscha, Daniel Busto, Klaus Krüger (Record in 2), Rhonas Wahweger, On Kawara, Pablo Echaurren, Laurie Anderson, Vito Acconci, Bob Wilson (in the Newsletters) and others. We offer the complete collection of this exclusive rare art journal.:. Ref. Gwen Allen in the book « Artists’ Magazines » The Mit Press 2011.

[#21050]

R.A.N. ROTTERDAM ART NEWS

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Rotterdam, 1972/73-1974. Wiith photographic illustration All issues housed in a green stamped portfolio, 23 x 31 cm, containing loose sheets with texts and b/w ills.

EUR 1,500.00

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Published by the foundation 'Rotterdam Art Promotion'. Ed. by Jan Donia, Gosse Oosterhof, Joh. van der Wolk, reporting on international art manifestations and conceptual art work in the museums and galleries of Rotterdam (Lijnbaan Centrum, Boymans,and various galleries). Projects by Jan van Munster, Wim Gijzen, Charlie van Rest, Joop Schafthuizen, Terry Fox, Labisse, Woody van Aamen, Paul Delvaux, Dennis Oppenheim, Joseph Beuys, Video (No. 3), Arie van Geest, Jiri Kjolar, Le Gac, the Surrealist Art Collection at Boymans, Hans de Vries, Hans-Peter Feldman, Les Krims,Marie Boeyen, Residu, Zekveld, No. 5, No. 10, No. 11 dealing with Poetry International (GünterGrass, Ginsberg), Film International, etc.

[#20733]

RANDSTAD

Driemaandelijks.

Randstad 11-12: Manifesten en Manifestaties 1916 - 1966. De Bezige Bij, Amsterdam 1966. Soft cover, 8vo, soft cover, illustrated, 356 p, 20 x 12,7 cm, first edition. Editors: Hugo Claus, Ivo Michiels, Harry Mulisch en Simon Vinkenoog. In mint condition.

EUR 300.00

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Scarce double issue of the periodical of which 13 numbers were published. An extensive collection of artists manifests and manifestations, including dada, Hans Richter, Tristan Tzara, Mario Cerolli, Kurt Schwitters, Artaud, Tinguely, Guy Debord, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Stanley Brouwn, Bazon Brook, happenings, Spoerri, Filliou, Vostell, Wim Schippers, Nul, Allan Kaprow, Rauschenberg, Jim Dine, Andy Warhol, Yves Klein, Guy Debord, Nam June Paik, Andy Warhol, Robert Filliou, provo and many others. Rare item with b&w pictures of Stanley Brouwn projects (This Way Brouwn)

[#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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[#21062]

G.J. de ROOK

G.J. de Rook, XPRMNTL PTRY. Nijmegen, Exp/ Press, 1971. Softcover, 22.5 x 15.2 cm, 64 pp . Blue paper wrapper featuring the title printed in black on front and back cover. Published by the artists' own publishing venture exp/press (established in 1970), mostly printed black on white paper, with a sparse addition of red, and one collage with a silver sheet. The book contains a broad selection of concrete poetry by the artist including typewriter poems, compositions of printed cuttings and word plays. Mint copy. G.J. de Rook, Life. Amsterdam, In-Out productions, 1973. Softcover, 10.5 x 7.5 cm, 12 pp. Published on the occasion of de Rook' exhibition 'Time Pieces' at In-Out Center in Amsterdam which took place from November 20 to December 1, 1973. Hand sewn tiny book, title handwritten in white pencil op black paper wrapper. Stencilled pages feature repetitively typed words (second, minute, hour, day, month, year) reflecting the passage of time. In mint condition. Set of announcement pamphlets and cards of various visual poetry exhibitions with involvement of De Rook. : - Anno '66. Licht en beweging, concrete poëzie. Stencilled catalogue/leaflet, 21.5 x 15 cm, 8 pp., for two exhibitions at EPOK in Velp (NL), taking place from 26 February- 27 March 1966. Contains text in Dutch on both exhibitions and a list of contributors such as Max Bense, Ferdinand Kriwet, John Furnival, Herman de Vries, Diter Rot, Emmett Williams, Eugen Gomringer and others. Page 7 features samples of concrete poems by Dom Sylvester Houédard, Mathias Goeritz and Paul de Vree. - Information sheets for the exhibition 'Konkrete poëzie uit vele landen’. Kunstcentrum 't Venster, Rotterdam, 1966. Two stencilled A 4 sheets, stapled, with in depth text (in Dutch) by Herman de Vries, curator of the exhibition. - Konkrete Poëzie, Woord beeld en klank. Announcement for an exhibition at Galerie de Tor, Amsterdam October 11 - November 27 1970. A 4 sheet printed b/w, folded in 3. Includes a text ' Visuele poëzie' in Dutch by Paul de Vree and images of works by De Vree, Hans Clavin and Jochen Gerz. Additional exhibitors include J.F. Bory, Henri Chopin, Ugo Carrega, Sarenco, Herman Damen and others. - Programme for the exhibition 'Konkrete Poëzie?' at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam from 6 November 1970 to 3 January 1971. A4 sheet folded twice. The opening events for November 6 include an 'audio poem' performance by Henri Chopin and a demonstration of a laser machine by Carl Frederk Reuterswärd. The International exhibition of typo-visual and sound poetry, was accompanied by a now famous catalogue designed by Hansjörg Mayer. - Visuele Poëzie. Yellow invitation card for the exhibition taking place in September- October 1973 at the Nederlands Letterkundig Museum in The Hague, with contributions by Hans Clavin, Herman Damen, Robert Joseph and G.J. de Rook. Addressed to Tjeerd Deelstra. - Experimenta Madrid. Large poster, 62 x 45 cm, printed black on brown packing paper. Announcement for an exhibition of 'poesia concreta, visiva, fonética, de objetos, de acción, de participación y publica' organized by Francisco Zabala, Ignacio Gomez de Liano, Javier Ruiz and Enrique Uribe at Forum, Madrid 21 April- 4 May 1972. Contribitors to the extensive international exhibition were Tomas Schmit, Daniel Spoerri, Maurizio Spatalo, Augusto de Campos, Todorovic, Vigo, Mirella Bentivoglio, Ernst Jandl, Hansjörg Mayer, Jiri Kolar, Jiri Valoch, Buhumila Grögerova, Julien Blaine, Guillermo Deisler, Clemente Padin and many others. The poster is folded three times for sending purposes, poststamped and addressed to Tjeerd Deelstra. - Poetry International Visual. Invitation card, 21 x 15 cm, Rotterdamse Kunststichting/De Doelen Rotterdam for the exhibition taking place in June-July 1974. Featuring artists incorporating letters in their work such as Kriwet, Hansjörg Mayer, Edward Ruscha et al. - Konkrete/Visuelle Poesie. Cologne, Galerie und Edition Hundertmark, June 5- August 29 1992. Announcement card in the form of a printed (empty) envelope, 16 x 11.5 cm. Recto addressed to Tjeerd Deelstra. - G.J. de Rook, unique collage. White ills. card, 15 x 10.5 cm, signed in pencil. Probably a New Years card De Rook used to send around. Not dated, mid 70's. In original envelope addressed to Tjeerd Deelstra. - G.J. de Rook, New Years drawing 1977. White sheet, 21 x 14.5 cm, with a drawing in black and yellow marker. Also includes a stencilled leaf with New Years wishes by Margreet (De Rook's wife), 'Don't look back'. Both in original envelope addressed to Tjeerd Deelstra, stamped on verso by de rook.

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[#18025]

RUBBER ( STEMPELPAATS - Amsterdam)

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

EUR 100.00

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[#20922]

SARENCO

Piero Manzoni: Opere & Giorni. Milanino sul Garda, Edizioni Amodulo, 1973. 24 x 26.5 cm, 126 unnumbered pp. First edition of 1000. Slight abrasions to spine and cover, small bumps to corners, else good.

EUR 300.00

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Edizione a cura di Sarenco nel decennale della morte di Piero Manzoni. Contributi di Arturo Schwarz, Enrico Baj, Jef Verheyen, Henk Peeters, Antonio Calderara et al. In italiano e inglese. 34 fotografie in bianco e nero delle opere e dell'Artista di Lunardelli, Nobilini, Jean-Claude, Bacci, Lucas, Maifredi, Bjorndal, Bagger

[#20920]

SARENCO,

Poesia e cosi sia. Milanino sul Garda, Edizioni Amodulo, 1971. Softcover, 24 x 21.5 cm, 117 numbered pp. First edition of 1000. Slight rubbing along spine and extremities of the cover, else a very good copy.

EUR 200.00

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Sarenco, pseudonym of Isaia Mabellini,( Vobarno 1945) Artist’ book prof. Ills. with b/w visual poetry contributions by Sarenco from 1963-1971. Introduction by Paul de Vree, in Italian. Extensive ‘biobibliografia’ in the back.

[#21171]

SCHEMA INFORMAZIONE

May 1973. Florence, Maurizio Nannucci and Alberto Moretti, 1973. First issue of the art, literature and poetry Magazine. Stapled softcover, 29.5 x 21.5 cm, 48 unpaginated pp.. Mostly b/w images, with some text in Italian. Damage to cover page especially along the stapled spine, discoloration interior good.

EUR 300.00

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Contributions by Mel Bochner, Achille Bonita Oliva, Giuseppe Chiari, Jochen Gerz, Dan Graham, Douglas Huebler, Jannis Kounellis, Superstudio and others

[#20806]

Guy SCHRAENEN

presents

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

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#20984]

SOFT ART

Soft art Press. Lausanne, Galerie Soft Press, 1975- 1979. 14 issues out of 18 all published. 29.5 x 21 cm (folded sheets). Rare. I

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#19378]

SOFT ART PRESS.

Multi-media art archives

A group of 10 issues comprising nos. 5, 9,10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18. Soft Art Press, Lausanne, Switzerland 1975–1979 Black, blue, red, green, and yellow offset on white and pink paper. Wrappers. Unbound. Folded. Information about various art archives. Very good condition.

EUR 1,500.00

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Published by the Soft Art Gallery. Supported conceptual and mail art, with original artists contributions (offset,silkscreen,rubber stamps). Artist periodical. 10 issues. Edited by Noemi Maidan and Max Bucher. No. 5, April 1976. Unpaginated [8 pages] No. 9, May 1977. Unpaginated [10 pages] No. 10, July 1977. Unpaginated [8 pages] No. 12, January 1978. Unpaginated [10 pages] No. 13, April 1978. Unpaginated [12 pages] No. 14, July 1978. Unpaginated [12 pages] No. 15, November 1978. Unpaginated [12 pages] No. 16, February 1979. Unpaginated [14 pages] No. 17, May 179. Rubber stamp issue. Unpaginated [14 pages] No. 18, May 1979. Unpaginated [10 pages]

[#21041]

SOFT ART. Trenton

Soft Art. Trenton, New Jersey State Museum, 1969 -Edited by Ralph Pomeroy. Softcover, 22 x 22 cm, 44 pp. with 24 ills in duotone. Catalogue from the exhibition of March - April 1969.

EUR 500.00

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With an introductory essay by Pomeroy, featuring sculptures/installations by Richard Artschwager, Thomas Bang, Sue Bitney, John Chamberlain, Bruce Conner, Paul Harris, Eva Hesse, Susan Lewis, Jean Lindner, Robert Morris, Harold Paris, Robert Rohm, Richard Serra, Keith Sonnier, Richard Tuttle, William Wegman.

[#20725]

SONDERN

Jahrbuch für Texte und Bilder

Nos;. 1-7 (complete run): 210x150 mm., softcovers. Offset B&W and color.. First edition. Sondern 1: Roth, Priessnitz, Rainer, Kaltenbeck, Brus, Rühm, Winnewisser, Steiger, Weibl, Gosewitz, Schwarz. Sondern 2: Attersee, Kaltenbeck, Rainer, Priessnitz, Voss, Steiger/Wiener, Wasmuth, Iannone, Hamilton, Roth, Williams, Thomkins, Winnewisser, Disler. Sondern 3: McKenna, Broodhaers, Hamilton/Roth, E. Williams, A.N. Williams, Filliou, Kaltenbeck, Rainer, Iannone, Schwarz, Voss. Sondern 4: Voss, Bayer, Roth, Suter, Filliou, Iannone, Pálsson, Williams, Attersee, Hamilton/Roth, Mc Kenna, Spender, Ruscha, Heissenbüttel. Sondern 5: Voss, Filliou, Steiger, Roth, Geuer, Pálsson, van Egten, Czernin, Bayrs, Armleder, Schuldt, McKenna, Iannone, Fridjónsson, E.Gudmundsson, Renner, Baxter. Sondern 6: Andersen, Iannone, Engel/Roth, Steiger, Schuldt, Pétursson, Filliou, Arnarsson, Bakker, Kristmundsson, Spender, Voss. Sondern 7: D. Iannone, Jan Voss, D. Roth, T. Schmit, F. Schmatz.

EUR 1,500.00

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[#20919]

SOUČASNÁ SURREALISTICKÁ KOLÁŽ 10 ZEMÍ : CONTEMPORARY SURREALIST COLLAGE FROM TEN COUNTRIES

From December 20, 1966 to Januar 31, 1967. Gottwaldov, Oblastna Galerie, 1966. Single leaf, 50 x 23 cm, folded four times to create a leporello-style pamphlet, 23 x 10 cm, with b/w reproductions.

EUR 200.00

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Catalogue for an exhibition of surrealist collages from ten countries, organized by members of the short-lived Brno-based Lacoste Group of Czech surrealists. With text by A.Budak and Vaclav Pajurek, founding members of the group. Scarce, OCLC shows only one copy at the Czech National Library.

[#21162]

SPHINX

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

EUR 300.00

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

[#21003]

STRANGE FAECES

No. 20. March 1980. Strange Faeces Press, Cambridge,Mass. 19870. (ii)76 pages. Stapled illustrated wrappers. 4to.

EUR 200.00

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Edited by Opal & Ellen Nations. Covers by Lisa Crafts, Kenbrown and Logo:Robert Amos. Contributions by William Harrold, Alexei Krychenych,Ken Brown, Derek Pell, a.o.; also translations from the French by Ellen Nations: (Scuternaire, Mansourm Nouigé, Max Ernst, Grandville, a.o,.)

[#16870]

STRANGE FAECES

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

EUR 300.00

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

[#21170]

STRUCTURE

Number 1, Spring 1968. Edited by John J. Sharkey. London, Structure Publications, 1968. 25.5 x 20.5 cm, 24 pp. Cover photos by Pieter Boersma featuring work by ERG. Spine scuffed, minor aging and edge wear on cover, interior fine with moderate scuffing on bottom of pages 4-5. Rare stunning art journal.

EUR 300.00

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Contributions by Jeffrey Shaw and Theo Botschuiver's (Corpocinema), Dick Higgins (Some Graphis Mirrors), Jean Toche, Al Hansen, John J. Sharkey, Stephen Willats and others. The contents mention an insert by Keith Albarn which is lacking (as is usual with this item)

[#17446]

SUBJECTIF

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

EUR 700.00

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Illustrated art and literary underground periodical, issues of 50-64 pages. Directed by Gérard Guégan; réd.: Alice Brignon, O. Cohen, Ph. Cournarie, Ph. Delaroche, P. Fauvel, Alain Le Saux (photography first 3 numbers), etc.; some special/dedication issues: William Faulkner; Spécial U.S.A.; Chaleur-Volupté; La Ville; Nouveau Roman de Bukowski; Le retour du je. [publisher: París, Groupe pour l'Organisation Unifiée de la Lecture Appliquée et Généralisée, Texts and translations by Bukowski, Kerouac, Olivier Cohen, Jurij Moskvitin, Gérard Guégan, Philippe Delaroche, Alain le Saux, Richard Brautigan, Charles Olson, Raymond Chandler,

[#17858]

KEIICHI TANAAMI

(1979-1984)

1st editition published by Design Office, 1984. Tokiwamatsu House. Signed by Keichi Tanami. 14,8x10,5.

EUR 400.00

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Text in Japanese. Illustrations in full colour, photography by Noboru Takahashi, Tadashi En do.

[#11289]

TLALOC

A magazine of the New Literature.

Nos. 6-22 (=last published), lacking 18-20. Leeds, Blackburn, London, 1965-1970. Mimeographed, stapled, 4to and large 4to; unbound, kept loose in folder. Fine copies. Together with: 13 issues of Tlaloc-Broadsheets, Loc-Sheets and News & Notes.

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#21022]

TRAVELERS DIGEST

Nos. 1-3 (all published). NY: Jeff Goldberg, Summer 1977-Spring 1978. Formats vary. No. 1, quarto, stapled, 8pp.; no. 2 tabloid, folded, 20pp.; no. 3 tabloid, 20pp.

EUR 800.00

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A complete run of this l travel-themed art magazine, edited by poet Jeff Goldberg and Victor Bockris, together with Bobbie Bristol, Seaver Leslie and Erica Lennard. Number 1: an edition of 1000 copies, front cover photograph of David Hockney by Christopher Makos, accompanying a spoof travelogue on Australia by Victor Bockris .Four photographs taken by William Burrough stopover in Madeira in 1964 en route from Tangiers to New York. Kathy Acker , "Haiti: A Trip to the Voodoo Doctor". Other contents include David Byrne, Christopher Knowles. Ted Berrigan ("America: Clear the Range"); "Tahiti" (a cartoon by John Holmstrom); and Miles's account of his trip on Concorde "courtesy of Virgin Records with owner Richard Branson." Number 2: (Winter 1977) a lengthy photo-illustrated cover story on Muhammad Ali's meeting with Andy Warhol (arranged by Victor Bockris); plus The cover features still images from the short film *Apple Knockers and Coke* starring Marilyn Monroe look-alike, Playboy playmate Arline Hunter. The contents of this photo-themed issue include pictures of celebrities, artists, writers, and musicians of the Punk and New Wave movements including Debbie Harry, Elvis Presley, John Waters, Andy Warhol, Mohammed Ali, Joey Ramone, Chris Burden, Tina Lhotsky, Legs McNeil, Steve Varble, Christopher Knowles, Cindy Lubar, Victor Bockris, Terry Sellers, Stiv Bators, Jane Fire, Susan Springfield, and Lesli Schiff, contributed by William Burroughs, Roberta Bayley, Jimmy de Sana, Anton Perich, Marcia Resnick, Bobby Grossman, Gerard Malanga, Don Snyder, Alan Lewis Kleinberg, Chris Stein, Christopher Markos, Richard Hell, Andreas Landers, and Bobby Miller. Also a two-page cartoon by John Holmstrom.

[#21168]

TYPEWRITER

No.3 and No.4. New York, Islip, 1973. Edited by Robert Caldwell. Two issues of the small but important review of visual and concrete poetry founded in 1971. Typewriter No.3, New York, Islip, 1973. Stapled booklet with red transparant plastic cover, 20 x 21.5 cm, 44 pp. printed black on white. Contains typetracts, typopoems and other concrete poetry contributions by Ray di Palma, Andrew Hawks, a.g. robin, Jeremy Adler, Loid Quibel, Luis Camnitzer, Dave Oshel, Helena Paul. Very good copy. Typewriter No.4, 1973. Made in a limited edition of 300. Yellow cover with title printed in green. Glued booklet, 20 x 21.5 cm, 86 pp. primarily printed black on white and yellow stock, with one contribution in red and black (by Peter Finch). Contributions by British and American concrete poets: David Mayor, Hugh Fox, Jeremy Adler, Peter Finch, Peter Mayer, Lquibble, Bob Cobbing, Donato Cinicolo 3, Kent Zimmerman, Alan Riddell, David Oshel, Michael Gibbs. Includes fold outs by Bob Cobbing and Peter Mayer. Also houses a loose inlaid envelope with a flimsy yellow 6.5 minute vinyl record by Bob Cobbing with a reproduction of Cobbings 'e colony'. Moderate toning on cover, slightly dog eared, generally a good copy of the rare magazine. Nine issues of Typewriter were released by 1980, all issues of Typewriter are scarce.

EUR 400.00

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[#19759]

ULAY.

Fototot.

Gallerija Suvremene Umietnosti, Zagreb, 1977. Artist book published on the occasion of the show Gallerija Suvremene Umietnosti (Gallery of Contemporary Art). Softbound, unpaginated, bilingual croatian and english. Lay-out by Ulay, photo’s Jaap de Graaf, interview Ulay by Marina Abramovic, 29.8 x 21.2 cm. Wrappers white cart.

EUR 400.00

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On page 3 of the wrappers in red pen dedication signed by Ulay "To Christine", with a drawing of a split person.

[#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.

[#20916]

Emilio VEDOVA, GALLERIA CIVICA D'ARTE MODERNA, CASTELLO DI PORTOFINO

Portofino, Galleria Civica, 1978. Softcover, dustjacket with b/w ills, 22 x 20.5 cm, 32 pp. with 2 fold-outs. B/w plates throughout. Signed on the first page in black marker. Catalogue of an exhibition by Emilio Vedova held at the Galleria Civica in August-September 1978. Introduction by Daniele Crippa, text in Italian with summaries in English. Scarce, very good copy.

EUR 150.00

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[#18943]

VERS UNIVERS

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

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). Ed. F. Vanderlinde, Rotterdam, 1966-1967. Orig. wrappers (slight wear on the spines and front cover no 1 lightly stained).)

EUR 3,500.00

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

[#21017]

Phil VIRDEN

Words Inc: Social science and the knowledge machine

York (UK), Tiger Papers Publications, June 1977. Yellow cover with title and illustration in black. Contains 133 stenciled pages, 21 x 30 cm, printed on various coloured paper, staple bound on left side.

EUR 300.00

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Compilation of texts and illustrations assembled and part-written by Phil Virden. Contributions by Michael Kosok, Real Free Press, Zap Comix, Bill Bergeron et al. The back cover states: 'Tiger Paper Publications takes apart reality. This issue clears the ground by putting its teeth around the unrealities of education and the social sciences.' Condition: general age wear, soiling on covers, corners bumped.

[#20434]

Wolf VOSTELL

Permanente Realistische Demonstration. Cityrama 1. Galerie Schwarz, Milano invites for an exhibition of found art (destroyed posters, debris in ruins etc.) discovered by Vostell in the streets of Cologne on 15 Sept, 1961. Illustr. wrappers, stapled, 8vo. 12 pp. Text by Alain Jouffroy in German, Italian, French. 18 b+w photos of sites in the city to be looked at (with the exact addresses), plus several other b+w photos.

EUR 700.00

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Vostell's "Exhibition" did NOT take place in the space of Galleria Schwarz, Milano (Italy), as a regular exhibition, but this "Exhibition" was displayed on sites spread over Cologne (Germany). The Gallery published a "guide" for this event and mailed the booklet out as an invitation for a sightseeing of sites in Cologne. Very much in the tradition of the situationistic "Dérive" (= drifting in urban environments) and "détournement" (="mis"-appropriation of pre-existing aesthetic elements). In photographic examples for forms of a "Décollage" Vostell also cites a photo of the war-destroyed city of Cologne in 1945. [ Reference Happening + Fluxus, Koeln, 1970 - # 62; Vostell. Kestner Gesellschaft Hannover, 1977. p. 161. Vostell's 2nd solo catalog / artist's book) in fine condition.

[#20921]

PAUL de VREE

Poëzien. Milanino sul Garda, Edizioni Amodulo, 1971. Softcover, 24 x 21.5 cm, 64 numbered pp. First edition of 1000. Slight rubbing along spine and extremities of cover, small diagonal crease at back cover affecting the last few pages, interior very good.

EUR 300.00

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Artist’ book prof. ills. in b/w featuring a large selection of visual d concrete anpoetry contributions by de Vree. Introduction by de Vree in Italian and French, by Sarenco in Italian and Dutch.

[#20526]

WASSERVERLAG (WATER PRESS).

verlagsverzeichnis 1970. neuerscheinungen und noch erhältliche titel. dieter rot. gesammelte werke in 20 bänden. Published by Stuttgart / London / Reykjavik (ehemals auch Köln), wasserverlag (water press), vormals edition jansjörg mayer (taucherverlag), 1970 48 pp.; covers with stains(see pictures).

EUR 250.00

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Catalog showing editions by Dieter [Diter] Rot (gesammelte werke, Bd. 10, 11, 15; poeterei 3 und 4; 8 tagebuchseiten 1967; unterhaltungsmusik 1; Doppelbuch Diter Rot, noch mehr scheiss / Emmett Williams, footnotes to sweethearts), plus works by Otto Hase, Emmett Williams, Mark Boyle, Eduardo Paolozzi, Hansjörg Schneider, Robert Filliou, Hansjörg Mayer, Stefan Wewerka, Reinhard Döhl, Ludwig Harig and others. Language: German. This copy features handwritten notes, including the address of Hansjorg Mayer in London and prices converted to shillings.

[#21016]

WINDOWS

Number One January 1977. Poetry magazine published by East Sussex College of Higher Education (ESCHE), Eastbourne UK. 29.5 x 21 cm, 12 pp., stapled stencilled sheets. Wear (creases and rips) at upper left corner, with usual age toning on cover.

EUR 250.00

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Contributors: Lee Harwood, Bruton Connors, Brian Patten, Jeff Nutall and students.

[#20204]

ZWEITSCHRIFT

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

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

EUR 2,200.00

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