Selection 312

Italian

[#20061]

aaa. AZIONE OFF KULCHUR

Nos.1-3 ( All published). Milano, Tool, 1969 Unbound, as issued, varying sizes; an original mailing envelope added.

EUR 1,500.00

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Published by "Tool Editoria clan destina" directed by Ugo Carrega and Mario Diacono as a sequel to the journal "Tool" (published from 1965-1967 in 6 issues). Concrete and visual poetry, with contributions by the editors and Vincenzo Accame, Luciano Caruso, C.F.Claus, Hans Clavin, Jan Hamilton Finlay, Rolando Mignani, Hidetocho Nagesawa, Joel Rabinowitz, Takahashi Shohachiro, Emilio Vila, etc. (see:Maffei/Peterlini. Riviste d’arte d’avanguardia. Milano, Bonnard, 2005. p.49)

[#39]

ACCADEMIA DI SCIENZE, LETTERE E D' ARTI DI MODENA. Atti e Memorie

Vol. 1-20 (all publ.). 1833-1882. Series 2: Vol. 1-12 (all publ.). 1883-1896. Series 3: Vol. 1-14 (all publ.). 1898-1922. Series 4: Vol. 1-4 (all publ). 1926-1933/34. Series 5: Vol.1-16 (all publ.). 1933/36-1958). Series 6: Vol. 1-3. Modena, 1959-1961. With 75th Anniversary volume, incl. index 1883/1958. Original wrappers; 4to & 8vo.

EUR 1,800.00

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Massive collection from the beginning till 1961.Added: 5 monographs (publicazioni), 1950-1958

[#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.

[#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).

[#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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[#17675]

ACROPOLI

Rivista di politica.

Nos. 1-24 (all published). Napoli, Gaetano Macchiaroli,Editore. Gennaio 1945-Settembre 1946. Together 24 numbers in 16 issues: Nos. 17-24 are one issue, published in commemoration of the deceased Adolfo Omodeo. Complete set; the final issue is rare.

EUR 1,000.00

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Founded and directed by Adolfo Omodeo to give voice to democratic and liberal ideas. "Dalle pagine dell'Acropoli Omodeo denunciava il vuoto di ideali, di fervore democratico, di ansia di libertà in un'Italia ancora offuscata dagli anni bui del regime, e insieme tracciava i precisi obiettivi della rivista: cioè educare i giovani alla critica politica, alla partecipazione e alla discussione, e al civile confronto d'idee. Il tutto nella fedeltà della lezione mazziniana. " Contributions by Luigi Russo, C. Spellanzon, A. Garosci, A. Saitta, Norberto Bobbio, A. Garrone and others.

[#19459]

ALFA-BETA

"Laboratorio di critica delle arti visive, di storia delll'arte".

Nos. 1-7/8 (all publ.). Milano, Edizioni Multhipla, Marzo 1975 - Autunno 1976. Original pictorial wrappers with very light wear, still an excellent set, rarely seen complete. 4to; fully illustrated.

EUR 2,000.00

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Directed by Gino di Maggio, edited by Pasquale Alferj, Giuseppe Galante, Ginannino Malossi, Marco Pesatori, Ginabattista Troppmann. Published by the Gally Multhipla, engaged with Fluxus and Concrete Art and Poetry Movements; contributors include George Brecht, Giannino Malossi, Marco Pesatori, Gianbattista Troppmann, poi anche Carlo Romano, Emina Cevro-Vukovic, Gianni Emilio Simonetti, Wolf Vostell, Pinni Galante, Hanne Bergius, Achille Bonito Oliva., Mirella Bandini, Achille Bonito Oliva, George Brecht, Giuseppe Chiari, Maciunas, Richter, Vaneigem.

[#146]

ALMANACH DE SHAKESPEARE AND COMPANY

Poésie, prose.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Brescia, Napoli, Oct. 1974-1975. 215, 245 pp. + original wrappers. Illustrated.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Giuseppe Recchia. Contemporary prose and poetry, with contributions in Italian, French and English. Contribs. incl. Maria Grazia Amadori, Philippe Boyer, Eric Dumont, Alain Jouffroy, Jean Claude Montel, Saul Yurkievich, Arturo Arias, Michel Deguy, Roberto Esposito, Jean Pellegrin, Antonio Porta, Philippe Sollers. Ills. by Marco Bergamaschi. Incl. a short description of each contributor.

[#16416]

AMODULO

(Informazione sulle attivitá amodulo-art).

Nos. 1-5 (all published). Brescia, nov. 1968 - 1970. Tall-narrow 15x30 cm. (Nos. 1-3), and 20x20 cm (Nos.4-5). Orig. wrappers (No. 1 with faint vertical crease in wrapper, but otherwise fine). No. 4 loose in the original plastic folder with the title Amodulo screenprinted on the front. Numerous ills. Amodulo 5: Giugno 1970 Richerche amodulari della cultura. TOGETHER WITH: Edizioni Amodulo 1970 Catalogo Generale Director: Sarenco. Brescia. 12 pages, stapled.. 14x22cm. 12pp. collana 20x20, collana 50x70, collana OPUS, collana TASCABILI, collana REVUE, collana LUXUS . Excellent condition - TOGETHER WITH: Edizioni Amodulo 1968-1972. 4to; 16 pages, spine stapled. Collana; Collana Poesia Sonora; Collana Documen ti; Collana Poesia Visiva; Riviste; Oggetti; Edizioni Sarmic (Sarenco/Miccini).

EUR 2,000.00

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Directed by E. Pedrotti and Sarenco, promoting Amodulo-Art. With photographs of artwork and contribs. by and features on Rosanna, Chiesi, Sarenco, Giusi Coppini, Germana Arcelli & Roberto Comini, Ennio Bianco, Jacques Lepage, Piedro Meldini, Edgardo Antonio Vigo, Jean-François Bory, Timm Ulrichs, G.Valentini, a.o. Number 5 quite rare (Maffei bibliography mentions only 4 numbers for the complete set). With the General Catalog of the Editions and another Catalog 1968-1972 (both very rare)

[#15436]

ANA ECCETERA (Also ANA ETC., or ANA EX CETERA)

Bolletino. Esercizi, Notizie di Lavoro.

Nos. 1-10, Genova. In proprio, 1958-1971. Together with: Prospectus (Analysis of Nos.1-10) and together with Numero Speciale Ezra Pound, Cantos 91,96. (all published). Original wrappers, (nos. 6-10 with the original banderolles still intact)

EUR 2,500.00

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Founded by Martino Oberto. Each number consists of two or more booklets or folded sheets, contained in a wrapper, printed in black and red (a Bolletino, a Supplemento and one or more added sheets, sometimes illustrated). "Una rivista per operatori di cultura- una rivista off - une rivista off kulchur - une rivista per l'anarchia culturale - une rivista per l'anapolitica culturale." ; "ANA ETCETERA + DE CULTURA/ si parla anche di decultura. Di provocazione/PROVO romanzi normali." Contributors include: Ugo Carrega, V. Miller, N.H. Pearson, J. Baltrusaitris, E. Siciliano, G. Barosso, I. Isou, M. & A. Oberto, a.o.

[#16042]

ANIMALI DA CORTILE

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Arezzo, La Comune di Fronzola - Poppi, 1975 - 1976 - No. 1. (1975), 30x21 cm., 8 unnumbered pages;illustrated. No. 2 (maggio 1976), 33x22 cm., 8 unnumbered pages, illustrated, printed on pink stock..

EUR 600.00

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Italian Hippy journal from the Commune Fronzola-Poppi (in Arezzo). From the articles and features: "Centro di Televisione alternativa", "Contro le centrali nucleari", "La cassa peota", speciale "La conciatura della pelle","A Proposito della Nostra Comune", speciale "Contro-cucina", "La pagina dell'urgenza"

[#326]

ANTIPIUGIU

Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Torino, 1961-1966. Original wrappers (some browning). Rare complete.

EUR 1,200.00

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Experimental and concrete poetry periodical directed by Arrigo Lora Totino, edited by Armando Novero, Giuseppe Davide Polleri, Alfredo de Palchi. Issues of ca. 120 pp. each, with contributions by Aldo Passoni, Paolo Carra, Giorgio De Monte, Sergio Acutis, Celesta Micheletta. The last issue mimeographed, contains poetry by (a.o.) Jochen Lobe, John Ashbery, David Antin, Josef Hirsal and Maria Schiavo, with a note on the poet and his/her work.

[#337]

APE ITALIANA DELLE BELLE ARTI

Giornale dedicato ai loro culturi ed amatori.

Vol. 1-4 (of 6 published). Roma, 1835-1838. Contemp. boards; folio; some foxing; bindings rather worn.

EUR 600.00

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Directed by Gius. Melchiorri. Each volume comprises ab. 36 full-page engravings after ancient and contemporary works of art, with critical comments by art-historians such as L. Biondi, A. Mazzarosa, Salv. Betti, G. Giordani, O. Raggi, F. Gerardi, M. Missirini, A. Bianchini. Together 248 pages of explanatory text and 144 (of 153) engravings .

[#16308]

ARCHIVIO

Bolletino Periodico del Centro di Informazione e Documentazione Arti Visive/Prato.

Numero 0 (Zero;): giugno 1985. (CID Arti Visive, Prato). Together with. Numero 1. 1987. Orig. Wrappers.. 222 pp., 201pp.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Giampiero Nigro. Articles by Clive Phillpot, Gillo Dorfles, Germano Celant, Filiberto Menna and others. Texts in Italian and in English.

[#14072]

ARCHIVIO STORICO DELL'ARTE

Years 1-6 (of 7). Rome 1888-1893; continued as Series 2: vol 1-3 (=last publ.). Rome, 1895-1897. Bound, contemp.cloth,gilt spines. Sm. folio. Illustrated.

EUR .00

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Directed by Domenico Gnoli. Almost complete set of 9 out of 10 volumes published of this important Italian journal for art history. Contribs. By A. Anselmi, N. Baldoria, C. de Fabriczy, Gius.Fumagalli, Pietro Gianuizzi, Max Lehr, O.Maruti, Adolfo Venturi, etc. Superseded by Arte; see also that entry.

[#453]

ARDITA

Rivista mensile del Giornale 'Il Popolo d'Italia'.

Anno 1 nos. 1-4; Anno 2 no. 2. Milano, 15 Marzo 1919-15 Febbraio 1920; 8vo; original pictorial wrappers. Tog. 5 issues.

EUR 400.00

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Issues of 60 pages plus advertisements and coloured covers; contribs. by Benito Mussolini, F.T. Marinetti, Massimo Bontempelli, Ada Negri, Mario Carli, M.G. Sarfatti, Auro d'Alba, etc.; covers designed by and with drawings by Bazzi, Alberto Salietti, Chin, Sinopico, Viviani, a.o.

[#14102]

L'ARTE

Rivista bimestrale di storia dell'arte medioevale e moderna.

Vol. 1-4. Rome, 1898-1901. Bindings worn,joints broken.. Illustrations in text and on full-page. 4to.

EUR 400.00

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Founded by Adolfo Venturi, the major Italian periodical for art history, supersedes 'Archivio storico dell'arte'.

[#539]

(ARTE NUCLEARE - Il Gesto) - REGISTRATORE NUCLEARE

(Tristan Sauvage, Nuclear Art,1962).

Milan, Galleria Schwarz, n.d. (1962). 2 volumes, of which the first is a portfolio containing 30 original documents, original artwork (lithographs) and periodical (il Gesto) of the Arte Nucleare Movement, and the second the edition of 'Tristan Sauvage.-Nuclear Art. N.Y., Maestro, 1962. L.4to., 242 pp., cloth, with original jacket.,together kept in black cardboard slipcase (slipcase a bit soiled, but internally fine). No. 52 of a limited edition of 190 copies.

EUR 5,000.00

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An archive of the original documents of the movement, Arte Nucleare, published by Gallery Schwartz (with small numbering stamp on the right top corner of each item, which refer to the index). Contained are: IL GESTO. Rassegna Internazionale delle Forme Libere. Nos. 1-4 (all publ.). Milano, 1955-1959. Folio, original pictorial wrappers (original lithographs by Colombo, Fontana, Pomodoro, contribs. By G. Bertini a.o. )., and 26 other original documents, manifests, exhibition catalogues: i.a.: Manifeste de la peinture nucléaire (1952), the First Exhibition of the Movimento Nucleare Milano 1952, "Esposizione Asger Jorn (with original lithograph by Jorn), Galleria Lásteriscio, Roma, 1954", Lithograph by Joe Colombo, Exposizione AKT, Esposizione Il Gesto, Contro Lo Stile, Enrico Baj,1959, Interplanetary Art, Sergio Dangelo, Milano 1961 (with signed original engraving, no. 53 of 200). Further detail on request.

[#15607]

ARTE NUCLEARE 1957

Galleria S. Fedele, Milano

First Edition Quarto ( 30,5 x 21,5 cms.) 8 pages. Printed wrappers. Stapled catalogue for an exhibition in October 1957 at the Fedele Gallery in Milan. Excellent condition.

EUR 600.00

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Exhibition of the group from 12-30october 1957 with participation of BAJ, BEMPORAD, BERTINI, DANGELO, Yves KLEIN, MANZONI, Arnaldo et Gio POMODORO, ROSSELLO, SORDINI, VERGA, JORN et VANDERCAM. 13 reproductions hors-texte of which one monochrone in colour (Klein). Texts by Boccioni, Giorgio Kaisserlian, Edoard Jaguer.

[#14144]

LE ARTI

Rassegna bimestrale dell'arte antica e moderna, a cura della Direzione Generale dell' Arte Antica e Moderna.

Vol. 1-5 (all published). Firenze, 1938/39-1942/43. Orig. wrappers, 4to; illustrated. [Lack 4 pages in vol. 2 ].

EUR 400.00

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War-time replacement of 'Bolletino d'Arte'. Directed by Marino Lazzari. Edited by Giulio Carlo Argan, C. Brandi, A. Bustini, C. Calamaro, a.o. Arntzen/Rainwater Q87;Chamberlin 2178.

[#642]

AUSONIA

Rivista della Socièta Italiana di archeologia e storia dell'arte.

Vol. 1-8 (all published till the outbreak of the war, from a total of 10 published). Roma, 1906-1913. Bound set, new hcalf; 4to.

EUR 500.00

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Together 10 parts (vol. 2 & 4 publ. in 2 parts each) of this Italian journal on archaeology and art history with ills. hors-texte and in the text. Most hors-texte plates with library-stamp in margin. Vol. 9-10 were published after the war in 1919-1921.

[#17796]

AZ

Arte d'oggi. (First number subtitled "Mensile d'arte", No. 12: Arte d' Oggi + Estetica Industriale).

Nos. 1-12 (all published, also numbered as Anno 1- anno 3). Milano, 1 luglio 1949 - april/maggio 1952. Tabloid-size (50x 35cm); 4pp per issue. All issues were originally folded twice (for mailing) and the fragile paper shows moderate wear and discoloration over the folds, sometimes with very minor loss of text and image). This is in particular the case for No. 12. The first number has small loss of text on the folds and small inkstains. Altogether a good set of this very rare publication. TOGETHER WITH PRECURSOR: ARTE ASTRATTA IN ITALIA One sheet of newsprint, with text and reproductions in b/w on both sides, forming the Manifest and Catalogue of the Exhibition on Abstract art in Italy, Roma, ART CLUB, 1948. One sheet, 60x47, folded, with some toning and light wear over the folds and margins. With texts and illustrations of the leading figures.

EUR 4,000.00

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The first Italian journals after the war to be exclusively engaged with avant-garde abstract art, modern architecture and music. Director: Mario Ballocco. Contributors include: George Braque, Aaron Copland, Eugenio Gentili, Bruno Munari, Pietro Reina, Luigi Pestalozza, Gianni Monnet, J. Belampo, Ignazio Gardella, Renato Righetti, Giorgio Dolfini, Carlo Perogalli, Luigi Veronesi, (No. 8 on the 25th Biennale di Venezia), etc.; numerous illustrations featuring Italian and foreign artists. Very rare complete set. "Arte astratta in Italia" opens with the text of the manifest starting with: "Dall'Impressionismo fino all Cubismo si è sviluppata una vera e propria rivoluzione contro quanto di metafisico e transcendente vi era nell'arte." - Comitato organizzativo: Perilli, Roma; Sottsass Jr., Milano e Torino; Pizzionato, Venezia. Comitatio d'onore: G.C.Argan, P. Bucarelli, G. de Angelis d'Ossat, G. Ginghirellui, C. Maltese, L. Marchiori, C. Sotgiú, E. Villa, L. Venturi. Exhibitors (with depicted works): Accardi, Attardi, Consagra, Dorazio, Dorfles, Dova, Fontana, Garau, Ghiringelli, Guerrini, Licini, Magnelli, Manisco, Massaglia, Mastroianni, Maugeri, Mazzon, Monnet, Munari, Perilli, Pizziano, Prampolini, Reggiani, Sagfilippo, Soldati, Sottsass Jr., Spazzapan, Turcato, Vedova, Viani. Critical and introductory texts, in Italian and some in French by J.Albers, M. Bill, G. Dorfles, G. Formaggio, W. Kandinsky, Le Corbusier, F. Léger, P. Mondrian, G. Morri, E. Sottsass Jr.

[#20280]

AZIMUTH

A cura di Enrico Castellani - Piero Manzoni.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Milano, Editoriale periodici italiana, 1959-1960. 4to; 2 issues, (32),(24) pp., with many illustrations and photographs, full page serigraphy by Manzoni ,in no 1 a text by Gillo Dorfles ("Communicazione e Cosumo nell Arte d'Oggi") , A Metamatic plate by Tinguely and two "blues" (a large one in no 1 and a small one in no 2) by Yves Klein. Includes the original invite-leaflet for "La Nuova Concezione Artistica", exposition (4.1-7.2.1960)in Azimut Gallery. Original wrappers, stapled in the spine. Both issues in nice condition, only the cover of the second issue very lightly duststained and the spine of both very lightly rubbed (and trace of fold in left upper corner of no 1). .

EUR 6,000.00

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The complete set of this periodical of the Galleria Azimuth, featuring work by avant-garde artists from Europe and America (including Zero). Texts in English, French and German by Pierre Manzoni, Castellani, Dorfles, Ballo, Yves Klein Second issue titled 'The New Artistic Conception' with the list of exhibitions at the Gallery in 1960.

[#16195]

BAB ILU

Rivista del gruppo "A" di Bologna (Rivista di letteratura).

Nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Bologna, 1962. Original pictorial wrappers; (38 pages text+8 ills.; 44 pages). (Light soilage; blank back cover of the second issue with closed tear; otherwise very good).

EUR 1,600.00

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Direttore: Adriano Spatola, Redattori: Miro Bini, Gianni Celati, Giuseppe Landini, Vittorio Puccetti (No. 2 with Aurelio Ceccarelli, Claudio Altarocca, Carlo Conti Marcello). Texts by the various editors and by Emilio Vila, Alain Jouffroy, Alberto Tomiolo, Renato del Bono, Carlo Negri, Ettore Baldini; in no. 2: Roberto Roversi, Claudio Altarocca, Patrizia Vicinelli, Vic Detassi (In memoriam Charlie Parker), Bruno Camoirano, Il Teatro a Bologna (Badini, Cappelli, Cavalli, Dursi, Guazotti, Malavasi, etc.). The illustrations depict work of Leoni, Nino Crociani, Giuseppe Landini; in no. 1: 'La giovane pittura bolognese nel 1961'. No. 2 prints on the frontcover: 'Siamo contro: Moravia, Roversi, Rendiconti, Pasolini, Piovene. Siamo con, Anceschi, Zolla, Banfi, Balestrini, Villa, Cesaire, Robbe-Grillet.'

[#14724]

LA BALZANA

Rassegna d'Arte del Costume e di Attività Municipale.

Nuova Serie. Anno 1-4 no. 4. Siena, 1927 - Luglio/Agosto 1930. First year bound, rest in original wrappers. Illustrated. Together with precursor RASSEGNA D'ARTE SENESE. Bulletino della Società degli Amici dei Monumenti. Anno 1-19 (= last published). Siena, 1905-1926. Original wrappers. Illustrated. (Lacks one year (=1919) and 5 nos. from 4 vols.). Together with its separately published supplement: SIENA MONUMENTALE Anno 1-6 no. 3 (all published). Siena, 1906-1911. Folio, issues of 12-16 pp. with hors-text plates. Lacks 1 issue (=1 no. 4), and one issue damaged (=1 no. 1/2).

EUR 1,000.00

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In the supplement "Siena Monumentale" a few plates are affected by humidity, of which one plate slightly damaged. Suspended 1916-1918. Year 1926 complete in 1 issue, years 1927-1928 in 2 parts: "Rassegna d'Arte Senese e del Costume" and "Rassegna di Attività Municipale". Years 1927-1930 includes a separate section "Istituzioni Cittadine di Beneficenza". Yearly indices from 1920 onwards most probably never published. Publication went on till May/June 1933. Prause p 77,523. See also related title: La Diana.

[#16234]

I BIANCO-AZZURRI

Numero Unico. Treviso, 4 Novembre 1922. Large folio, 50x35 cm., 16 pages, newsprint-paper with light foxing, but in good condition throughout.

EUR 350.00

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Initiated by Gabriele D'Annunzuio. Publication of the survivors of the 55th Fanteria- regiment for the inauguration of the monument in their honour. Picture of Gabriele D'Annunzio fiumano on the frontpage, with texts by him (Ai camerata del 55) and a letter to Colonel Bassi, other texts by Eugenio de Lupi, Attilio Scarpa, Carlo Magello, Cirillo Berardi, Luigi Coletti and others from the regiment, as well as a list of names of those decorated.

[#15237]

LA BIENNALE di Venezia

Rivista trimestrale di Arte, Cinema, Teatro, Musica, Moda.

Nos. 9, 11-21, 24, 28/29-31, 34, 39. Venezia, July 1950 - April/June 1960. Original pictorial wrappers. Illustrated. 4to.

EUR 100.00

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(Rivista del Ente Autonomo "La Biennale di Venezia".

[#17371]

LA BIENNALE di Venezia

Rivista trimestrale di Arte, Cinema, Teatro, Musica, Moda.

Nos. 1-4. Venezia, July 1950 - April 1951 . Original pictorial wrappers (light soilage and some spine damage, cover of no. 4 lightly shaven in the left upper corner)). Illustrated. 4to.

EUR 300.00

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(Rivista del Ente Autonomo "La Biennale di Venezia".) In the first issue an important article by Lionello Venturi (Astratto e concreto).

[#831]

IL BIMESTRE

Quaderno bimestrale di cultura.

Nos. 1-26/29 (probably all publ.). Milano, Marzo/Apr. 1969 - Maggio/Dic. 1973. Folio; original wrappers; illustrated (incl. a gramophone record to number 5).

EUR 400.00

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Deals with art and literature of minorities (Occitania, Bretagne, Gypsies, Bask, Scotland, Catalunya, etc.). Most probably the complete set, the last issue contains the index to all issues. Directed by Enr. Gabr. Scalini, editor: Sergio Salvi. Articles on art and literature. Contribs. by H.M. Enzensberger, L. Alberti, L. Baldacci, P. Caruso, M. Forti, M. Morandini, A. Paolini, S. Pautasso, G. Raboni, S. Ramat, C. Vivaldi; texts by L. Erba, G. Caproni, R. Char, V. Sereni, G. Giudici, V. Alexandre, etc.

[#16402]

BIT

Arte oggi in Italia/ art: what's happening in Italy today.

Vol. 1 nos. 1-6; Vol. 2 nos. 1-4 (all published). Milano, Editore "Ed. 912. Edizioni di cultura contemporanea". Together 10 numbers in 9 (no. 3-4 is a double issue, printed and bound as "tête-bèche" with a cover for each issue). Unbound in the original wrappers, some very light dust-soilage, otherwise in good to excellent condition. Number 6 with the screw.

EUR 3,500.00

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Art magazine pulished by "Ed.912, focusing on contemporary avant-garde art and art movements in or related to Italy. With important Fluxus issue.Published in English with parallel Italian text. Daniela Palazzoli Dirretore responsabile / Editor. Comitato editoriale / Editorial council: Germano Celant, Mario Diacono,Daniela Palazzoli, Tommasso Trin . Richly illustrated issues varying in length from 32 - 126 pages. Contributions by and features on: Bruno Munari (letter, in No. 1), Kounellis, Schifano, Enrico Baj, Dan Flavin, Jon Phetteplace, Gianni Emilio Simonetti, Lamberto Pignotti, Concert Fluxus (in no 2), Arman, Brecht, Cage, Castellano, Twombly, Tinguely, Wesselman, Alviani, Scheggi, Arakawa, Bauermeister, Warhol, Vautier, etc.; Interview with Lucio Fontana (No. 5), Biennale di Venezia, Celant, Triennale di Milano, Documenta Kassel, News on Galleries and Exhibitions in Italy. Later issues include also articles on cinema, theatre, music and the current student movements (Anno 2 no 2 on Rudi Dutschke). See: Maffei/Peterlin, p. 71/73.

[#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

[#892]

IL BORGHESE

Vol. 1-8 (comprising anno 1-6). Milano, 1950-1955. First 5 years bound, rest original wrappers (illustrated wrappers from vol.5 no 8 onw.). With numerous (partly coloured) illustrations.

EUR 800.00

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Fortnightly, lateron weekly, directed by Leo Longanesi, ed. by Mario Monti, with literary contribs., political discussions, art-and literary criticism, cartoons, etc.; contribs. by Giov. Ansaldo, Gaet. Baldacci, Alf. Boensch, H. Furst, R. Kircher, C. Laderchi, Longanesi, O. Matzke, G. Prezzolini, G. Spadolini, etc.

[#897]

BOTTEGHE OSCURE

Antologia della Letteratura Italiana d'Oggi.

Nos. 1-25 (all publ.). Rome, 1948-1960. With Index 1/10. Original (corrugated board), paperbound, from no. 17 onw. with printed publisher's dust jackets. Incl. Supplements to vol. 2 and 6. The whole lightly dustsoiles, but altogether a very good set.

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by Marguerite Caetani and Giorgio Bassani. Appears twice annually, containing in each number five sections: French, English, American, Italian and (alternately) German and Spanish. New and unpublished texts representing the work of new young writers and of established literary figures. Contribs. incl. essays, poetry, letters, translations, by Paul Valéry, René Char, Tennessee Williams, Dylan Thomas (in No. 9 Llareggub, first publication of Under Milkwoord), Truman Capote, Vasco Pratolini, Henry James, Ruth Herschberger, Giorgio Caproni, Gunter Grass, Albert Camus, Henri Michaux, Andre Malraux, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Paul Goodman, W.H. Auden, Lampedusa, Alb.Moravia and many others.

[#17729]

BRERA FLASH

Mensile di informazione culturale del Centro Internazionale di Brera/ Bimestrale di interventi a analisi del sistema culturale.

Numbers 1-10 ( also Anno 1-3, all published). Milano, Centro Internazionale di Brera, Milano (1-6). Editrice Brandini (7-10)., October 1976-1978. Unbound, folded and spine-stapled as issued, first 6 numbers 42x29,5cm, then becoming 29,5x21 cm. Pictorial (self)wrappers. In excellent condition.

EUR 4,000.00

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Direction: Alessandra Quaglia (1-6). Ugo La Pietra (7-10). Redazione: Cornelio Brandini, Nanni Cagnone, Francesco Casetti, Alberto Farassino, Pasquale Guadagnolo, Cini Liguori, Gianni Lo Scalzo, Franco Mazzuchelli, Ettore Pasculli. Contains the programs of the International Cultural Center and articles on progressive and countercultural aspects, discussions, avant-garde cinema, visual arts, theatre, music, etc. At first 8 folded pages on the large size, then becoming 32 pages stapled in pictorial wrappers.

[#15891]

BUCO

Nos. 1- 4 (probably all published). Putignano (Bari), 1974 - 1976; printed in offset, Nos.1 and 3 with colour added, rest b/w; in illustrated wrappers.

EUR 1,200.00

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Close to the Situationists, edited by Jimi, Pasquale and Max Cap. Number 4 gives a survey of the publication, from which can be concluded that no more was published and that a zero-number (to which reference is made in Number 1) did in fact not appear. - No. 1 (marzo 1974): 22x16 cm., 40 pp. in black and red: «San Paolo: Festival della vita», «Difendersi dai fascisti non è reato. Compagno Marini sarai liberato», «Coordinamento Centro-Sud», «Contro il fermo di droga», «Paperorock», «Considerazioni sulle riforme e i sindacati», «L'impero Chiesa e i suoi derivati», «Strutture alternative. La comune», «Controinformazione droga», «Gangsters o rivoluzionari?»; - No. 2 (ottobre 1974): 21,8x15,8 cm., 16 pp., printed b/w.: «La fine dello spettacolo è la festa della fine», «Il problema non è che il PCI sia o meno comunista, ma che è capitalista», «Notizie dalla caserma di Sassari», «Carabinieri, droga e avv. Polignano»; - No. 3 (maggio 1975), 44pp. Colour printing. : «La non opposizione», «La riappropriazione della soggettività», «L'opulenza mercantile», «State calmi», «I pendolari non pendolano più», «Lo spettacolo della politica», «Critica della musica»; - No. 4 (aprile 1976): 24,3x15,7 cm., 48 pp. printed b/w. «Cenni per la preistoria del Buco», «Per una critica dei nuclei radicali in Italia», «Della lotta armata o Come lo spettacolo assorbe le ambizioni frustrate seguito da Possibilità di affermare il ludico», «Appunti per una critica radicale dell’ambiente medico», «Il comunismo e il partito della sopravivenza pianificata». On the last page protest against the condemnation of Marcello Baraghini for an obscene drawing: «Noi protestiamo contro l’ipocrita condanna del compagno Marcello Baraghini. Essa costituisce un attentato alla libertà, un atto terroristico di repressione. (...). Marcello Baraghini è stato condannato per un disegno osceno:…. «la solidarità non si discute, si dà»".

[#16036]

CAMION

Rivista internazionale di Nuova Poesia.

Anno 1 nos. 1-2 (all publ.). Torino, gennaio-aprile 1980. 16 pp (incl. selfwrappers); 20 pp (incl.selfwrappers). 27x20 cm. Fully illustrated.

EUR 600.00

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Initiated and directed by Giulio Tedeschi, publishes international underground poetry. Editors in Torino, Milano and Amsterdam (Aldo Piromalli). Poetry (original or in Italian translation) by Roberto Aversa, Antonio Meo, Francesco Paolo Tanzi, Walter Tarello, Federico Ballarin, Pier Castrale, Franco Beltrametti, Meo Cataldo Dino, Paolo Cerrato, Walter Ferrari, Gianni Milano, Vincenzo Parrella, Giancarlo Pavanello, Aldo Piromalli, Antonio Rodriguez, Roberto Sanesi, Piero Verni, Simonka Toncy Violi, Giulio Tedeschi, Christian Cannstadt, Simon Winkenhoog (sic!), Lee Van der Zalm, Alex Holst, etc. Photography by Italo Bertolasi and Pietro Borsi.

[#1031]

LA CAMPANA

Giornale Comico-serio. Suona tutti i giorni non festivi.

Nos. 408-1102 (last publ.). Torino, 2.1.1852 - 13.5.1854 (also numbered as Anno 3-5). Continued as: IL CAMPANONE. Giornale fantastico, bisbetico, eoriconomico, quotidiano. Anno 1-2. Torino, 17.5.1854-31.12.1855. 4to. Bound in 4 vols., 2 contemp. boards with spine-labels, 2 green h. leather, spines sl. rubbed.

EUR 300.00

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Directed by Napoleone Robresti. "Cattolici col Papa, Liberali col Re". 'Il Campanone' presents itself as the successor. Director: Bertolino Francesco. Published almost daily, with several unnumbered supplements. Deals with Italian internal affairs as well as international political events in a satirical way. Contribs. by Gremia Bacile, Geobomao Tagliacarne, Giacinto Lancetta, Leopoldo Cori, Amedeo Trincio. Il Campanone lacks 6 issues.

[#1137]

LA CAROVANA

Rassegna trim.di Cultura.

Vol. 1-20 (= Nos. 1-100, all publ.). Roma, Edizioni del Cenacolo, 1951-1970. First 2 vols. original wrappers, with yearly dust-jackets designed by Tamburi, rest paperbound with (till vol. 18) the original yearly wrappers. Illustrated. Lacking vols.4 & 11.

EUR 600.00

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'Antologia del Cenacolo degli Autori'. Artistic and literary quarterly, directed and edited by Alessandro Ferrau, later by R.Fauroni, with collaboration of Aldo Accattatis, Luigi Bartolini, L. Olivero, Domenico Carbone, Renato Mucci, Alfredo Valentino, a.o.

[#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.

[#12770]

CARTA STAMPATA

Periodico bimestrale di Cultura Alternativa, Informazioni, Undergroud, Musica d'Avanguarda e Arte Varia.

Set of 7 issues (of 9 published in total, lacking the zero-number and Anno 1 no. 1). Anno 1(2) no. 2 (giugno/agosto 1972) - No. 7/8 (agosto/settembre 1974, last issue published). La Spezia, 1972-1974. Sizes differ from 22 x 16,5 cm - 31 x 22 cm.

EUR 1,000.00

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Italian underground magazine, directed by Carlo Burrini. Heavily illustrated, with texts and drawings, some psychedelic art, cartoons etc. by S. Alberti, V. Baroni, C. Burrini, M. Marino, M. Scatizzi, Pino Tarantino, M. Felluga, Max Capa a.o. Printed on various coloured stock (red, pink & green). Subtitle varies. Also numbered as Anno 2 no. 2 (Anno 2 no. 1 omitted in numbering), then New Series Nos. 1 (= whole series no. 3)-7/8.

[#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.

[#16400]

CERVO VOLANTE.

Pubblicazione mensile di poesia ed arte.

Nos. 1-18 (all published). Roma, Etrusculudens, 1981-1983. Original stiff (folding) marbled paper binding cases with titles pasted on the top board, each different. (Together 15 volumes, as 13/14, 15/16 and 17/18 were double). 8vo.

EUR 2,000.00

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Artist production directed by Adriano Spatola, Achille Bonito Oliva and Edoardo Sanguineti. With numerous original lithographs and serigraphies, small booklets etc. by Giosetta Fioroni, Paolo Cotani, Giuliano Della Casa, Gianfranco Baruchello, Pietro & Tommaso Cascella, Pablo Echaurren, Giulio Turcato, Mimmo Paladino and others. Texts by Hans Arp, Nanni Balestrini, Toti Scialoja, Alfredo Giuliani, Corrado Costa, Franco Beltrametti, Julien Blaine, Antonio Porta and others. Texts in Italian and some in English.

[#17350]

CHE

studi sull'uso e sui significati dell'architettura

No 1, Ottobre 1974. Napoli, Publigraf), 32x24 cm., illustrated covers (lightly dustsoiled).

EUR 200.00

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The first issue published of this important architectural journal. (Publication continued till no. 5/6 of 1977). Director: Almerico De Angelis, with contributions of Riccardo Sdallisi, Alessandro Mendini, Adolfo Natalini, Vittorio Gregotti, etc.

[#17351]

CITTÀ SPAZIO

Mensile di Urbanistica e pianificazione del territorio.

Complete set. Roma: Lerici Editore, Aprile 1968 - Marzo 1969. (9 issues in 4 volumes - all published ). All large quartos. ( -Anno 1: Nr.1/2. Aprile 1968; - Anno 1 Nr. 3/4. Giugnio 1968. Anno 1 Nr. 5/6. . Agosto 1968.- Anno 2 Nr. 1/2/3). Well preserved in original wrappers,

EUR 1,000.00

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Important and internationally influential periodical on urbanism, city planning, tranportation, trafic, ecological problems, etc. Directed by Giacomo Mancino, Antonio Landolfi Giancarlo Pecenko (editor and graphic editor; Aldo d'Angelo, after no. 2 (and the covers) by Magdalo MUSSIO. On glossy paper, issues of ab. 90 pages, with folding pages and illustrated throughout with plans, drawings, and photographic illustrations. Political discussions, design, etc. Contributions by Giacomo Mancini , Fabrizio Giovenale, Roberto Guiducci, Fausto Fiorentini, Giancarlo Pecenko, Agostino Bonalumi, Giovanni Astengo. Franco Archibugi, Carlo Lotti, etc.

[#16530]

CIVILTA

Rivista della Esposizione Universale di Roma.

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

EUR 500.00

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

[#16236]

CLACKSON

Avvisatore quindicinale della velocità letterarie.

Anno 1 nos. 1-5 (of 8 published, numbered issues till no 7 and a zero-number in January). Napoli, 1 febbraio 1928 - 15 april 1928. Issues of 4 (no.2 double, 8 pages), printed on beige stock in black with one colour added; the second number in rather poor condition with repairs and small loss of text (the last 2 pages inverted, but present), others in fair to good condition, with occasional foxing and small closed tears over the folds. (Salaris, Bibliografia del Futurismo, p. 95)

EUR 2,000.00

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Futurist journal, directed by Andrea Giovene di Girasole and Costanzo di Marzo, "Programmi? Niente! Direttive? Nessuna! Abbiamo in noi tutti i desideri, tutte le volontà, tutti i sogni; non vogliamo accettarne uno solo, non vogliamo scegliere. Per non rinunziare" (Andrea Giovene). The page numbering is continuous, from page 8 thru page 32; there has been a zero-issue in January 1928 which comprises the first 8 pages, and 2 more issues were published (No. 7 was the last, Anno 1 no 7, maggio 1928). Drawings by Fabrizio Carafa (Mae Murray), vignets and smaller illustrations by Guido Nimmo and by "C.D.M." (Costanzo di Marzo), and others. Texts and poetry by Andrea Giovene di Girasole, Diego Calcagno, "Rho", Kappa (=Costanzo di Marzo), Kundalini (=Costanzo di Marzo), Luigi Scognamiglio, Jack London (transl.), Alberto Consiglio, Andrea Giovene, Marino de Lieto, Gian Mario Corsale, Alberto Consiglio, etc.; fuller details on request. -

[#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.

[#20467]

COMUNE DI MILANO, MANIFESTATION WEEKEND A MILANO (Ruggero Maggi)

Comune di Milano, Manifestation Weekend a Milano, Arte in piazza mercanti 11/12 april 1981, org. Guido Agnina, Transart: Maggi, Foschi, Rossi. 4 p A4.

EUR 200.00

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With loose contributions by Ruggerro Maggi, plus b/w picture/stamp Maggi ‘ We are with you, the courageous polish people’

[#16552]

CONTINUAZIONE A-Z

No.1 (all published). Napoli, Continuum, 1973. An illustrated dark-yellow porfolio, containing 25 folded sheets/posters of varying sizes, printed in b/w and occasionally colour, on white stock. Number 43 of an edition of 150, with the original wrap-around intact. Light wear to the edges of the portfolio, very light soiling, but an ecellent copy.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Luciano Caruso, Stelio Maria Martini as a special number of 'Continuum'. Contributions by Bugli, Caruso, Cassola, Causa, Colucci, De Filippi, Della Casa, Desiato, Discono, Dufrêne, Gerz, Locatelli, Marcheschi, Martini, Parmiggiani, Piccolo, Piemontese, Polara, Timm Ulrichs, Vandrepote, Vila, Gallina, Visco. (see extensively:Maffei/Peterlini. Riviste d’arte d’avanguardia p.81; Impassable naufrago, p. 117)

[#17358]

CONTINUUM

Number 0. Napoli, Publigraf, estate 1968. Large sheet of strong white paper, 100x70 cm, printed in black on one side, folded 5 times. In good condition with slight browning on the folds, and just minimal wear.

EUR 700.00

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The zero number of Continuum, of which lateron 5 numbers appeared (1968-1970). Text handwritten (reproduced) and designed within imagery "Non è facile ma noi a Napoli…...I Bambini. Time falls /today /off / because never/ lived/once". Directed by Luciano Caruso and Stelio Maria Martini. Edited by Renato Carpentieri, Luciano Caruso, Giuliano Della Casa, Giuseppe Desiato, Mario Diacono, Stelio Maria Martini and Mario Persico. (Maffei/Peterlini p. 82; Impassibile naufrago, p. 107)

[#1441]

IL CONVITO

Editore Adolfo DE BOSIS, Palazzo Borghese, Roma.

Volumes (Libro) 1-7 and 9 (out of 12 published). Roma, Gennajo 1895 - Luglio/ Dicembre 1896. First 6 vols. bound, contemp. vellum, original wrappers preserved, nos. 7 and 9 in the original decorated covers, untrimmed (spines with slight damage, otherwise fine); 24 x 30 cm.

EUR 300.00

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Turn of the century 'decadent' periodical with an important early contribution by Gabriele D'Annunzio. About 60-70 pages per volume, with full-page phototype illustrations. Publication became quite irregular after vol. 9: vols. 10 & 11 were published in 1898 and vol. 12 only in 1907. One page (in vol. 2) with pencilmarks.

[#19330]

CRONACHE

Mensile (di lettere, arti e costumi).

Nos. 1-29. Bergamo, gennaio 1932-febbraio 1935. Original wrappers, various sizes (large folio and 4to). In good condition, some foxing in the later numbers.

EUR 400.00

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Directed by Gino Visentini. Contributions by Enrico Emanuelli Berto Ricci, Vittorio Polli, etc.; with illustrations by Alb.Vitali, Bartolini, Morandi, Visentini, Manzú, Dante Montanari, Leo Longanesi

[#7137]

DEDALO

Rassegna d'Arte.

Anno 1-13 (all publ.). Milano/Roma. 1920/21-1933. (Years 1,2,4 and 6 orig. bindings, remainder original wrappers; two volumes stitched (without wrappers). Complete set.

EUR 1,000.00

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Directed by Ugo Ojetti; One of the most important Italian art periodicals from between the wars. (A few of the annual indexes are not present in our set, otherwise complete).

[#16558]

DOCUMENTO SUD- (LINEA SUD)

Rassegna di Arte et di Cultura di Avanguardia.

Nos. 1-6 (all published). Napoli, n.d. (1959-1961). Size (h/w): 22,5 x 24,5 cm. Original pictorial wrappers. Continued as: - LINEA SUD. Nuova rassegna d'arte e di cultura d'avanguardia. Nos. 0,1,1 bis, 2, 3/4, 5/6. (all published). Napoli, Luca, 1963-1967. Original wrappers (tall narrow 4to; illustrated wrappers; first 2 issues on tabloïd size, folded twice, with light wear on the folds).

EUR 5,000.00

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Directed by Luca Luigi Castellano, published by Edizioni Sud-Arte. Contributions by Andriani, Biasi, Jaguer, Goncalvez, P. Jorre de Saint Jorre, I. Michiels, E. Sanguinetti, F.T. Marinetti, F. Picabia, M. Persico, Toniato von Holten, a.o. Illustrations after Baj, Mesens, di Bello, Man Ray, Picabia, Biasi, Bertini, Kalinowski, Fahlstroem, Sant'Elia, Persico, a.o. Cover ills.: G. Biasi, M. Persico, G. Moreau. Linea Sud Nos. 0 and 1 in tabloid size. ;Linea Sud No. 2: "PO IO RA MA -spatolaballestrinimiccinigiulianiportapediomatticarregapignottimartinitolagiorgipersicobuenoscgiariluicapoole" Linea Sud No. 3: "NUO VERE ALTADE LLAPIT TURA ANA POLI". Contribs.on Mimmo Paladino, Desidato, Morelli, Matarese, Rubino, Diodato. Linea Sud No. 5/6: Includes 2 loose inserted supplements with a poem by Ian Hamilton Finlay: 'Nets' (39 x 37,5 cm) & 'Sails' (59 x 37 cm), folded to fit the size of the issue.

[#15598]

E/ MANA/ AZIONE

A group of 9 issues: Nos. 1, 2, 3 (with some handwritten corrections), 4, 7,12,13,19, 20. Ca. 28x 23 cm, some issues a bit larger. Napoli, Firenze, etc., 1976-1980

EUR 1,000.00

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Published and edited by Luciano Caruso, Stelio M. Martini, Franco Magro, with contributions by Franco Visco, Dick Higgins, Emilio Villa, etc.; issues of 4 pages each, with photographic illustrations. "Notizie di laboratorio, foglio dis/continuo a circulazione privata, acefalo, I testi possono liberamente riprodutti. Redazione aperta, extravagante, gli interessati alla realizzazione di un foglio devono communicare a tutti gli altri corrispondenti la data di uscita e il numero, realizzazione a stampa." No.1: april 1976. No. 2: settembre 1976 No. 3: settembre (sic) 1976 No. 4: novembre 1976 No. 7: dicembre 1976 No. 12: febrrairo 1976 No. 13: maggio 1978 No. 19: ottobre 1979 No. 20: marzo 1980 (See extensively biblio: L'Impassibile Naufrago, le riviste sperimentali a Napoli negli anni '60 e '70, Guida Editori, 1986. )

[#18419]

L'ECCEZIONE E LA REGOLA

Uno strumento di discussione e di lotta per gli studenti pisani

Number 1 (only published?) , Pisa, [stampa: G. Cursi - Pisa],Supplement to No. 12 of 'Unitá Operaia'. 1975 (2 ottobre), 50x35,5 cm, 4 pages, 1 vignet ("Decreti delegati: la scuola si rinnova" and 4 b/w photographs in the text. Some stains and small damage. Not found in the bibliographies.

EUR 250.00

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From the articles:: "Pacinotti occupato e autogestito. La lotta degli studenti dalla scuola alla città".

[#17148]

EDIZIONE CENOBIO VISUALITA

Uno - Sei

Numbers 1-6 (all published). Edizione Cenobio Visualita Ass., Milano, 1979-1984. 8vo., original wrappers, stapled.. Very good condition. Kept in a cloth slipcase.

EUR 1,400.00

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Art direction and design: Aldo Spinelli. Unpaginated issues in white card covers. Text in Italian, French and English. With photo illustrations. No. 1: a cura di Ben. June 1979. . No. 2: a cura de Bernar Venet. Photography: John Abbott, Eeva Inkeri, Andre Morain, Harry Shunk and Grant Taylor. Art direction and design: Aldo Spinelli. No. 3: a cura di Vincenzo Accame. June 1981. Art direction and design: Aldo Spinelli. No. 4: a cura di Sol LeWitt. June 1982. Artists included: John Hilliard, Douglas Huebler, Ian Hamilton Finlay, etc. No. 5: a cura di Giuseppe Panza di Biumo. June 1983. Photography: G. Sinigaglia and G. Colombo. Graphics: P. D'Agostino. Artists included: Carl Andre, Larry Bell, Dan Flavin, Jene Highstein, Robert Irwin, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt - Richard Nonas, Richard Long, etc. No. 6: a cura di Arturo Schwarz. . Artists included: Gianfranco Baruchello, Alighiero Boetti, Alik Cavaliere, Ettore Colla, Flavio Costantini, Sergio Dangelo, Ugo Dossi, Lucio Fontana, Franco Francese, Pinot Gallizio, Osvaldo Licini, Piero Manzoni, etc. Further names of artists included in the various sections on request.

[#7556]

EVENTO delle Arti.

Critica e cronaca delle arti.

Nos. 1-13 (all published; lacking no.5, 9,10). Venezia, Nov./Dec.1957 - Sept./Oct. 1959. Together 7 issues (nos 3/4, 7/8,12/13 were double). Original coloured wrappers (with slight soilage); 4to; illustrated.

EUR 1,500.00

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Directed by Toni Toniato & Federico Bondi, with contribs. by F. Bondi, Toniati, I. Troubetzkoy, Bruno Rosada, A.P. de Mandiargues, Guido Ballo, T. Cerretti, H. Bischoffshausen, F. Russoli, J.J. Leveque, E. Sanguinetti, etc.; featuring artists like: Edm. Bacci, Lucio Fontana, Aldo Bergolli, Mario de Luiggi, Gianni Bertini, G. Mathieu, Calder, Capograssi, Nauman, Pollock, Morani, Burri, Scanavino, Wols, etc.

[#18420]

LA FABBRICA DELLA REPRESSIONE

La fabbrica della repressione / La fabbrica. Socialismo e barbarie. Only issue published (?), Milano, Edizioni di Puzz, 1975 (settembre), 25x17,5 cm, 56 pages stapled in the spine, mimeographed in black and red, illustrations and cartoons.

EUR 400.00

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Situationist periodical, published by PUZZ. "La fabbrica della repressione" reconstructs the history of repression in Italy after 24 July1974, facts in chronological order: "Puntualizzazione... lungo le linee di forza...", "Creatività critica - Controinformazione critica - Critica radicale", "Autonomia, radicalizzazione, aggregazione informale..." The second part "La fabbrica. Socialismo e barbarie", is a story in cartoons followed by two texts: "Tutte le ore feriscono, l'ultima uccide. Il "suicidio" di Giorgio Cesarano" by J. Camatte and G. Collu, and "A proposito dell'articolo "Estetica e teppismo. I situazionisti davanti all'altare del Dio Nulla" by Valerio Riva. [see Mangano, "Le riviste degli anni Settanta", pp. 234-236].

[#15520]

FLASH ART (Italian Edition)

La Prima Rivista di arte in Europa.

Nos. 92-255. Milano, Ottobre/Novembre 1979 - dicembre 2005/gennaio 2006. . Size (h/w): 27 x 20,5 cm. Original illustrated wrappers (some with very light soilage, but generally in fine condition). Illustrated.

EUR 2,500.00

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Edited by Giancarlo Politi. 'The Largest European Art Magazine' this is truly the most informative and influential review on modern art. Since no. 92/ 93 there are two editions, one in Italian, one in English. This is the Italian edition. Ongoing set, of over 150 issues.

[#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).

[#17511]

FOOD

Settimanale di alternativa.

Numbers 0 - 1 (all published). Taranto, IT, 1976; 2 numbers, mimeographed, colour & b/w, side-stapled. 28x20,5 cm. (Alternative Press Syndicate member).

EUR 900.00

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Italian Underground. Experimental poetry, psychedelic art, rock music, new life styles, womens liberation, etc. Directed by Marcello Baraghini and edited by Zenlo, Cor, Aryes. Design, make-up and illustrations by Aryes. (Mangano 1998: pag. 141). - n. 0 (7 marzo 1976); 12 pages. Cor, «Viaggio nel feudo», Zenlo, «Da dove vengo. Fantapuzzle musicale» (visual poetry contribution with words in typewriter-script inserted over music notation lines). Interview with Keith Tippett, and a text «Pop indiscrezioni... e altre realtà» by Napo Kamassa; Joe il Magro, «Da Brindisi a Kabul». - n. 1 (14 marzo 1976): 20 pages (incl.cover). Napo Kamassa, «Small Faces» , «Ritratti di eroine: Rosa Luxemburg»; Cor, «Viaggio nel feudo»; Zenlo, «Da dove vengo. Fanta puzzle musicale»; Cor, «Uno dei problemi più scottanti del reame. La liberazione della donna»; Bob Dylan, «Visions of Johanna. Dedicata a Nico», text in English with Italian translation; George Yark, «Senza titolo»,Poetry Workshop. Cor, «Lettera aperta».

[#17307]

FORMA 1

Mensile di Arti Figurative.

Forma 1 (Numero 1), all published. Roma, marzo 1947. 8 pages. Tabloid size (34,7x24,6 cm), as published, printed b/w. Light toning of the newsprint paper, in particular extremities, a small closed tear to the right margin and light wear on the fold; small spine damage around the staple, with a little loss of paper in the margin only. Small stain in the margin of p.3. Altogether however in generally good condition. Very rare.

EUR 1,000.00

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One of the seminal periodicals of the Italian avant-garde after the war. The group FORMA 1 was formed by Carla Accardi, Ugo Attardi, Pietro Consagra, Piero Dorazio, Mino Guerrini, Achille Perilli, Antonio Sanfilippo, Giulio Turcato, a.o. Forma 1 published a Manifest, subscribed by these artists, which sought to bridge the gap between Abstract and Realist art in Italy in this period: "Noi ci proclamiamo FORMALISTI et MARXISTI, convinti che i termini marxismo e formalismo non sono INCONCIABILI, specialment oggi che gli elementi progressivi della nostra società debbono mantenere una posizione RIVOLUZIONARIA E AVANGUARDISTICA e non adagiarsi nell'equivoco di un realismo spenta e conformista che nelle sue più recenti esperienze in pittura e in scultura ha dimonstrato quale strada limitata ed angusta esso sia"…." Roma, quindici marzo 1947". Articles by Pietro Consagra (Teorema della scultura); Mino Guerrini (Perchè la pittura); Giulio Turcato ( Crisi della pintura); Musica moderna; Léo Gischia (Tendenza di rivoluzione); Piero Dorazio (Stile e tradizione); Achille Perilli (Gli espressionisti del secolo; Astrattisti a Milano). On page 3: " Una bella donna è una bella donna. Una bella statua è una bella Forma''). Work reproduced (b/w photographs) of Pietro Consagra, Mini Guerini, Giulio Turcato, Piero d'Orazion, Viani, Antonio Sanfilippo, Carla Accardi, Ugo Attardi.

[#7778]

IL FRONTESPIZIO

Rassegna mensile.

Anno 2-12 (=last). Firenze, 1930-1940. Original wrappers; folio (after 1936 reducing size to 4to). With Index 1929-1938. (The second year lacks nos. 1,2,4,6; some small closed tears and brownspotting, occasional library-stamps, pencil markings or old mailing labels, but as a whole an excellent set).

EUR 1,500.00

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Ed.-in-chief: Barna Occhini, with Giovanni Papini, Ardengo Soffici and Piero Bargellini. Contribs. by C. Betocchi, Auro d'Alba, R. Weiss, N. Lisi, C. Bo, M. Luzi, Cassola, A. Hermet, N. Lisi, Penna, Emilio Villa etc. C. Betocchi, C. Bo, L. Fallacara, D. Giuliotti, A. Hermet, N. Lisi, M. Luzi, G. Papini, Emilio Villa, and others. Woodcuts and drawing-illustrations by Pietro Parigi, Gino Carluccio, Angelico Pistarino, Adelindo Franceschini, Mino Maccari, Raoul d'Alberto, L. Bartolini, Giacomo Manzù, Mario Zappettini Filippo Meli, G. Beretta, P. Bugiani, Arturo Checchi, Quinto, FioreTomea, Lorenzo Viani , etc.

[#20833]

GET READY

Periodico alternativo di musica rock.

Issues no. 0, and 1 - 4 (all publ.). Milano, 1972. Alltogether 5 issues. Pictorial original wrappers as issued,the first numbers in the form of a JOINT-cigarette. Fully illustrated in many colours. (49 x 17 cm.), all issues, also the zero number, in exceptional good to fine condition.

EUR 4,000.00

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Published by Casa Editrice Lo Spinello. Editing: Ines Curatolo and Barnaba Fornasetti. Editor: Marcello Baraghini. Dedicated to rock'n'roll and underground culture. Issues no. 0 and 1 in the shape of a "joint". Remarkable different lay-outs, photo-montages for each issue printed in colours. Contribs.: B. Fornasetti, G. Cerquetti, L. Vassallo... Comics by R. Crumb, R. Hayes, Dave Sheridan, Gotlib... Interviews and articles on Zappa, Santana, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, MC5, John Mc Laughlin, Neil Young, Jefferson Airplane, Jethro Tull, Rory Gallagher, Bob Dylan, Greateful Dead, Alice Cooper, a.o... Some of the contents: issue no.0 contains texts from S.I.M.A. (Servizi Istituto Mass-media Art) inviting to use drugs and calling for legalization; issue no. 1 contains an article on "Erotismo e rock"; issue no. 2 contains an interview with Allen Ginsberg; issue no. 3 an interview with William Burroughs; issue no. 4 contains a large interview with Pete Townshend on purple stock folding-in.

[#19396]

GRUPPO '70 Settanto

Firenze, Officie Grafiche Parretti [1965].

Poster (50x35 cm) b/w on newsprint. Manifesto del Terzo Festival del Gruppo'70 -gruppo fiorentino di poesia visiva- presso la Galleria La Vigna Nuova e la Galleria Numero. Maggio-Luglio 1965. Right and left upper corner missing. One horizontal and one vertical fold,lightly rubbed without loss of text, fragile paper, one tear of ab. 3 cm,repaired with tape,without loss of text, and one closed tear, also small marginal imperfections, without loss of text.

EUR 220.00

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Manifest of the Florentine visual poetry group '70 "Gruppo '70 Settanto"which had its origins in 1963.. Richly illustrated with photogaphs. Participants: Gius.Chiari, Dick Higgins, Philip Corne, John Cage, Nam June Paik (Robot Opera), Wolf Vostell, Nanni Balestribni, Bazon Brock Yoko Ono,Achille Bonito Oliva, Lamnerto Pignotti, Ed.Snaguinetti, E.Isgro, Steliomaria Martin, Lucia Marcucci, Adriano Spatola etc.

[#16799]

HERMES

Rivista mensile dell'arte e del pensiero moderno.

Nos. 1-12 (comprising vol. 1-2, all published). Firenze, gennaio 1904 -luglio 1906. In the original issues, with the coloured covers and the advertisement pages, partly untrimmed with only light wear to the overlaying edges of the covers and spines. A fine set kept in a specially made cloth drop-back box with titelage on front and spine, the index pages in perfect photostats in matching paper.

EUR 3,500.00

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Eegant Florentine art and literary periodical, founded and edited by G. Antonio Borgese, with Enrico Corradini and the collaboration of Gabriele D'Annunzio, Giovanni Papini, Benedetto Croce, Maffio Maffii, Adolfo de Karolis, E. Cecchi, Marcello Taddei, Nello Puccioni, Luigi Dami, Riccardo Forster, and others, luxuriously printed with many woodcuts by De Karolis (who also designed the cover), Gio. Costetti, A. Spadini, Ch. Doudelet. Hors-textes by Plinio Nomellini, Emil Zoir, Charles Doudelet, Giovanni Costetti.

[#20143]

I 4 SOLI

Rassegna bimestrale d’arte attuale

Nos. 1-20. 1954-april 1957. Original wrappers,

EUR 700.00

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Journal for Italian abstract art, founded by the painter Adriano Parisot (1912-2004) and the collector Emanuele Micheli in 1954. In total 58 issues appeared till 1969. In the editorial board were Prampolini in Rome and Emilio Vedova in Venice and collaborators in Paris (Gillo Dorfles, Enrico Crispolti , Michel Ragon, Michel Tapié, Édouard Jaguer, Pierre Restany. , Year 1954 (6 num. In 5.), 1955 (6 num), 1956 (6 num.), 1957 (n° 1, et 2).

[#17996]

IMAGO

Proposte per una nuova immagine.

Nos. 1-15 (all published, without No. 13 which was probably never published). Milano, Edizione della Bassoli Fotoincisioni, 1960-1968. Loose-leaf and/or in the original wrappers, kept in the original black cardboard slipcases, 31 x 25 cm. (Some of the slipcases rather worn at the edges; vols. 9,10,11,12 with the original wrap-around intact; only Vol. 3 without slipcase)

EUR 3,000.00

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Director: Raffaele Bassoli. Each volume contains contributions by contemporary Italian writers, artists, photographers, graphic designers, etc., in loose-leaf form and small booklets in various sizes, executed in different printing techniques by Bassoli Fotoincisioni. Included are publicity leaflets, typographical lay-outs, multiples, manifestos, posters, visual poetry, photographs, etc. Includes work by Bianconi, Bonfanti, E. Carmi, G. Confalonieri, S. Dangelo, S. Fiume, A. Gastaldi, M. Huber, H. Osterwalder (Studio Boggeri), B. Munari, M. Provinciali, F. Rognoni, L. Spacal, A. Testa, P. Tovaglia, E. Treccani, a.o. Texts by G. Arpino, C. Belloli, G. Bocca, A. Borlenghi, J.L. Borges, D. Buzzati, R. Carrieri, G. Celant, P. Chiara, R. De Grada, G. Dorfles, G. Ferrata, S. Fiume, T. Kezich, G. Pontiggia, a.o;Vol. 14: Numero speciale dedicato al caminetto ( Dedicated to the Fireplace), Vol. 15: Numero monografico di "Imago" (n. 15), dedicato alla automobile di stile (Dedicated to the designed autocar), realizzato in edizione speciale per la Pininfarina Spa. Bibliographic searches have not resulted in locating a copy of a Volume 13; the only sets offered in the trade are without vol. 13, and we may assume that this has never been published.

[#16797]

L' IMMAGINE

Rivista di arte, critica e letteratura.

Anno 1-3 (Nos. 1-16 all published). Roma, Istituto Grafico Tiberino, maggio 1947-gennaio 1951. In original wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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This art and literary journal was one of the foremost published in Italy after the war, edited and directed by Cesare Brandi. Collaboration of Giovanni Macchia, Contini, Dario Cecchi, Luigi Magnani, Giuseppe Raimondi, Eugenio Montale, Tito Sciajola, Roman Vlad, etc. with translations of european authors and important art critical contributions on contemporary and art historical articles.

[#14473]

INCONTRO

Settimanale.

Anno 1 nos. 1-13. Firenze, 10 Feb.-Dec. 1940. Newspaper-size, unbound.

EUR 400.00

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Issues of 4-6 pages. Dir.: Enrico Valecchi. Collabs.: C. Pellizzi, M. Gallian, P. Bargelini, V. Pratolini, Enrico Falqui, Paolo Cesarini, Roberto Pavese, etc. Illustration in the text by Manzù, Ottone Rosai, Mino Maccari, Bertocchi, Marcucci, A. Tosi, Sassu, Morandi, Carrà, Guttuso, Domenico Cantatore, Mario Maffai etc.

[#18421]

INFARTO

Rivista senz’arte né parte

No. 1 (all published), (Como), Slam Edizioni, marzo 1992, 35x20 cm, 16 pages. (Edizione non venale di 700 esemplari)

EUR 300.00

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Ditected by Andrew Perkins, satirical on contemporary art " A scatola chiusa compro solo Manzoni". Pig and Puppy Art (On Jeff Koons, by "Ciccio Nutella"). A unique satyric magazine about contemporary art published in Milano, March 1992. Here are some friends who contributed to the first issue: Pasquale Alferj, Roberto ( Freak ) Antoni, Dina Bara, Ivo Bonacorsi, Vittoria Chierici, Emi Ligabue, Girolamo Melis, Andrew Perkins, Paolo Rumi, Miro Zagnoli.

[#16044]

INSEKTEN SEKTE

giornale murale, rivista underground clandestina stampata in eliografia, creata da Matteo Guarnaccia e priva di autorizzazione del tribunale.

The last two published numbers , as follows: - No. 16 (1975): 38x118 cm., folded into 16 pages. «Viaggio in India». - No.17 (1975): 38x118 cm., , folded into 8 pages. «La città». (=end of publication). Both issues in very good condition, folded as issued.

EUR 1,000.00

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Underground mural with wonderful psychedelic illustrations, clandestinely published and printed in heliogravure, by Matteo Guarnaccia. In total 17 numbers were published (between 1970 and 1975) with extraordinary artwork. No 16: Insekten-sektesedici. Foglio di libidinogastyrikottika!!. Dir.resp. Utrille Frillobite. No. 16, Anno 5. No. 17: Unumero diciasette farcito

[#18422]

INSURREZIONE

Numero unico [number 1], (Milano), 1977 (ottobre), 43x31 cm, , 4 pages, 3 photographs.

EUR 400.00

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Situationist journal, Numero Unico probably 3 numbers published. Prints a text by Raoul Vaneigem (Il ghetto di Varsavia) and by Giorgio Cesarano (Insurrezione). [Bibliografia: AA.VV,, "Passare il segno, Milano, Biblioteca di via Senato, 2008: pag. 127].

[#16083]

INTERNAZIONALE SITUAZIONISTA

Voll. 1-3 (all publ.) Genova, E.C.A.T. Libri, 1975 - 1977 (maggio); Original pictorial wrappers, typed, mimeographed.

EUR 700.00

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The first Italian translation by Sergio Carlini. of the first 6 numbers of «Internationale Situationniste»: Vol. I (1975): 22,6x19,4 cm.,; Vol II (febbraio 1976): 22,4x19,4 cm. ; Vol. III (maggio 1977): 20x21 cm. Not more published after this.

[#8368]

ITALIAN QUARTERLY

Vol. 1-22 no. 3 (= Nos. 1-86). Los Angeles, New Brunswick/N.J., 1957/58-Fall 1981. With Index 1/15. Original wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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[#16590]

KING KONG International

Periodico di cultura visiva. An electric magazine of visual culture.

Nos. 1-2 (all publ. ). Milano, Edizioni Galleria Breton. gennaio - giugno 1972. Large folio, printed in offset (each number 16 pages incl.selfwrappers, printed in blue and green on white stock, fully illustrated). Small closed tear on the top edge of no. 1,very light edgewear and very light soilage, but an excellent set of this rare periodical. Loosely inserted a leaflet 'Con ommaggio Flash Art".

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by Rara Bloom, Dante Goffetti, Bruno Sanguanini, Riccardo Scarbi, Mizio Turchet. Texts in Italian. Contribs.: Interview with John Cage (Intrapresa & caos); interview with Terry Riley; interview with Beuys; Artists videotape performance New York; "Questionnario" by UFO (C. Bachi, L. Binazzi, P. Cammeo, R. Foresi, V. Maschietto): "Elementi di Prossemica Territoriale". Situationist contribution 'Affinche il mondo cambi dalle basi bisogna cambiare le basi del mondo'; Contributors include Jacques Lacan, Philip Pilkington, Kingsley Widmer etc.; reports on exhibitions, Kassel , Venezia, Arakawa, Gastone Novelli, etc. (English summaries at the end of no. 2).

[#16551]

LINEA SUD

Nuova rassegna d'arte e di cultura d'avanguardia.

LINEA SUD. Nuova rassegna d'arte e di cultura d'avanguardia. Nos. 0,1,1 bis, 2, 3/4, 5/6. (all published). Napoli, Luca, 1963-1967. Original wrappers (tall narrow 4to; illustrated wrappers; first 2 issues on tabloïd size, folded twice, with light wear on the folds). TOGETHER WITH: DOCUMENTO SUD Nos. 1-6 (all published). Napoli, n.d. (1959-1961). Size (h/w): 22,5 x 24,5 cm. Original pictorial wrappers

EUR 4,800.00

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Linea Sud Nos. 0 and 1 in tabloid size ;Linea Sud No. 2: "PO IO RA MAspatolaballestrinimiccinigiulianiportapediomatticarregapignottimartinitolagiorgipersicobuenoscgiariluicapoole" No. 3/4: "NUO VERE ALTADE LLAPIT TURA ANA POLI". Contribs.on Mimmo Paladino, Desidato, Morelli, Matarese, Rubino,Diodato. Linea Sud No. 5/6: Includes 2 loose inserted supplements with a poem by Ian Hamilton Finlay: 'Nets' (39 x 37,5 cm) & 'Sails' (59 x 37 cm), folded to fit the size of the issue. With: Documento Sud: Directed by Luca Luigi Castellano, published by Edizioni Sud-Arte. Contributions by Andriani, Biasi, Jaguer, Goncalvez, P. Jorre de Saint Jorre, I. Michiels, E. Sanguinetti, F.T. Marinetti, F. Picabia, M. Persico, Toniato von Holten, a.o. Illustrations after Baj, Mesens, di Bello, Man Ray, Picabia, Biasi, Bertini, Kalinowski, Fahlstroem, Sant'Elia, Persico, a.o. Cover ills.: G. Biasi, M. Persico, G. Moreau.

[#17676]

LIRICA

Fascicoli mensili in versi e prosa

Numbers 1-12 (Anno 1); Number (13): Anno 2, Fascicolo unico. Natale 1913, Roma, Tipografia Tuscolana, ; Ugo Nalato, Editore. 1912 - 1913, 26 x 19,5 cm; the last number 23,5x17,5 cm (trimmed to 23x17)). The first 12 numbers in original wrappers, untrimmed, excellent condition; the rare 13th number, published one year later, December 1913, bound, decorated cardboard with title-label (published like this?). Trimmed; top spine and corners damaged. Internally fine.

EUR 1,000.00

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Founded and directed by Arturo Onofri, with contributions of Onofri, Valenti, Fracchia, De Santis, Saffi, Baldini, Piccoli, Rosso di San Secondo, Cardarelli, De Bosis, Borgese, Savarese, Vigolo, and others.

[#15594]

MANIFESTAZIONI ARTISTICHE FIORENTINE. MAF

4to., die-cut wraps. I Tigli.,1971. Edited by Antonio Armidelli, Eugenio Miccini, Alfredo Picchi,.. Unpaginated catalogue of approx. 150pp., fully illustrated in b&w.

EUR 500.00

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Comprehensive catalogue of pop art manifestations in Florence in the 60's.

[#17474]

MARCATRE

Rivista di cultura contemporanea.

Numbers 1-64/65 (all publ.). Genova, Milano, GE-MI, 1963-1969. ( 'Marcatre / UTT' (issues 56-62 and 64/65) published by Ennesse Editrice in Rome). Original illustrated wrappers (in general good condition, with only light dustsoilage and rubbing to spines); (Nos. 1-5: 17 x 24 cm; then becoming 20 x 25 cm).

EUR 4,000.00

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Periodical of the neoavanguardia "Gruppo 63", associated with Il Verri, dealing with literature, music, arhcitecture, the visual arts, mass culture, communication etc.. Editorial committee and contributors: Eugenio Battisti (founder), and Editor in chief: Magdalo Mussio, who also designed covers, many illustrations, lay-out, etc. Editors were responsible for various areas of interest, e.d. G.Dorfles, Edoardo Sanguinetti, Umberto Eco, Paolo Portoghesi. G. Delmetti, D. Carpitello, Enrico Crispolti, etc. Nos. 1-18 subtitled "Notiziario de Cultura Contemporanea"; nos. 56-62 as Marcatre/UTT, alternately numbered as 1-7. With progressive avant-garde spirit in the design and illustrations, some issues entirely printed in a colour (e.g. red, blue, purple), with fold-outs, etc. At first published in Genova by Edizioni Vittone, then in Milano by Lerici Editore. The revivals with other publishers in Milano and Rome were of a different style and character. The last number published was 64/65, whereas no. 63 has never appeared. Complete very rare !

[#18405]

MELA

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

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

EUR 1,500.00

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

[#9095]

IL MENABO

di Letteratura.

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). Torino, Giulio Einaudi editore, 1959-1967. Original wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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Directed by Elio Vittorini and Italo Calvino. Contains prose, poetry, reviews by o.a.: Lucio Mastronardi, Giuliano Palladino, Franco Fortino, Raul Lunardi, Luigi Davì, Umberto Eco, Emilio Isgrò, Mario Spinella, Leonetti, Michele Rago. The last issue devoted to Elio Vittorini and Italo Calvino, with photographs. Issues of ca. 200-300 pp. each; a few underlinings in no 4.

[#15439]

mETRO

An international Art Magazine.

Vols. (nos.) 1-16/17 (all publ.). Milano, 1960-Aug.1970. First 12 nos. folio, then becoming oblong 4to; original pictorial wrappers or dustjackets ( light wear on some of the covers, internally fine).

EUR 1,500.00

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Founded and edited by Bruno Alfieri, after no.13 (beginning of new series) together with Giulio Carlo Argan & Gillo Dorfles. Cover of no.9 designed by Duchamp; no 4/5 devoted to Abstract Art in the USA. Texts in English, French and Italian.

[#18423]

MINESTRONE (HOT MINESTRONE)

Number 1 ( All published), (Roma), Stampalternativa Editrice, 1976 (no date, but dicembre 1976), 22,5x16 cm, 32 pages in illustrated pink wrrapper printed in red and black.

EUR 1,000.00

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Italian underground periodical,close to INSEKTEN SEKTE, entirely illustrated by Matteo Guarnaccia, cartoons and text illustrations. An"editorial" on page 2: "Peggio dei pidokki! Nonostante cinque anni di grattamenti micidiali e di nebulizzazione di ogni skifezza kimika e ideologika non sono riusciti a skacciarci dalla cute sociale. In Minestrone confluiscono gli adepti della Setta degli Insetti [Insekten Sekte], le mamme realizzate, i depravati cultori delle mollezze orientali, gli spettri dei caduti sulla strada del Nirvana, l'F.L.N.P. (Fronte di Liberazione Nonne e Pensionati), il collettivo auonomo Il Mondo è Bello perché è Vario, nonké i compagni di Lotta Libera Amore Continuo. (...) Noi (...) siamo i depositari del grande segreto planetario di questo mondo, ke riveleremo all'istante: vive nel ghetto ki accetta il modello proposto dalla classe dominante, che vuole privarci dela gioia di esistere! Oggi, come sempre, è il primo giorno del resto della nostra vita! Csikké (?) mentre i porci con o senza ali vengono abbattuti dalle kontraeree karmike, noi pidokki continuiamo a ingrassare!!! E rikordate! La realtà è dalla nostra! (Ovvero: "la spazzatura di un uomo è la torta di un altro"). F.to Collettivo Editoriale Bakko Tabakko & Venere".

[#15586]

MOVIMENTO ARTE CONCRETA.- DOCUMENTI

DOCUMENTI D'ARTE D'OGGI. Raccolta a cura del MAC

Vol. 3. Milano, Libreria A. Salto, Editrice, 1956/1957. Original pictorial wrappers (without the protective glassine), with only a thin vertical crease to the spine in very good clean condition. 152 pages; 32,5x32 cm.

EUR 3,800.00

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With original serigraphies, woodcuts, color lithographs etc. by Aagaard Andersen,Enrico Bordoni, Gilllo Dorfles, Carolrama, Capogrossi, Galliano Mazzon, Monnet (also an original collage with newsprint,carton, corrugated board, sandpaper), Munari (Lineography), Mario Nigro,Regina, Varisco, Luigi Veronesi, Mauro Reggiani, and many other reproductions of work and texts. Contents conform Maffei, MAC, p. 196.

[#15585]

MOVIMENTO ARTE CONCRETA.- DOCUMENTI

DOCUMENTI D'ARTE D'OGGI. Raccolta a cura del MAC

Vol. 2. Milano, Libreria A. Salto, Editrice,1955/1956. Original pictorial wrappers, 32,5x 23 cm; 139 pages. Wrappers intact for the collaged red paper strip, which was the intervention by Munari on the frontwrapper (rarely seen is that the original protective glassine is present, however damaged on the right bottom and left upper corner). Altogether a very good copy, with only light dustsoilage.

EUR 5,000.00

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With original woodcuts, color lithographs etc. by Mauro Reggiani, Carolrama, Bruno Munari, Lucio Fontana (2, with piercing holes), Luigi Veronesi, Simonetta Vigevani Jung, Enrico Baj, Joe Colombo,Gillo Dorfles,Vittorio Verga, Gianni Monnet, Enrico Bordoni, Nino Di Salvatore, Angelo Bozzola, etc., also important texts. Contents conform the description by Maffei, MAC p. 192.

[#16811]

MOVIMENTO ARTE CONCRETA. M.A.C., Milano

ARTE CONCRETA Bolletino

Serie 1. No 3 (20 January 1952) 17x16.5 cm, 18 pages. Cover by Gianni Monnet. . (Small chip to the overlaying black wrap-around.

EUR 500.00

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[#15592]

MOVIMENTO ARTE CONCRETA. M.A.C., Milano

ARTE CONCRETA Bolletino

No. 18. Dicembre 1953. 16 pages. 33x23 cm; cover by Munari. Kept in the original plain cardcovers with title-label.

EUR 1,200.00

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Text by Asger Jorn..., illustrations by Pecciarini, Monnet, Righetti

[#17596]

MOVIMENTO ARTE CONCRETA. M.A.C., Milano

ARTE CONCRETA Bolletino

Nos. 8-15 (without No. 12). Milano 1952-1953. 17x16.5 cm. In the original issues, unbound, stapled, in very good condition, with occasional light soilage,

EUR 2,800.00

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-No 8 (15 October 1952) 17x16.5 cm, 16 pages. Cover by Atanasio Soldati (with blue and yellow gouache; small marking in red pencil in right margin, includes an unnumbered page printed in red "Accademia", crossed out in blue) - No 9 (15 November 1952) 17x16.5 cm, 12 pages. Cover by René C. Acht (with small marking in red pencil in right upper corner) - No 10 (15 December 1952) 17x16.5 cm, 34 pages. Cover by Bruno Munari (With 16 pages printed on glassine paper, and 4 folding double pages, which were counted as one in the ongoing pagination ( these are 'Manifeso del Macchinismo'; 'Manifesto dell'arte totale', disintegrismo', 'organica'). This important number in excellent condition ! - No 11 (15 January 1953) 17x16.5 cm, 12 pages. Cover by Gianni Monnet (with collages), and back cover Munari. - No 13 (15 April 1953) 17x16.5 cm, 12 pages. Cover: a photo by Michele Provinciali. - No 14 (30 April 1953) 17x16.5 cm, 12 pages. Cover by Gianni Monnet (blue,black,red yellow; very lightly syained) - No 15 (31 May 1953) 17x16.5 cm, 12 pages. Cover: (photo) reproduction of a mural by Garau.

[#15590]

MOVIMENTO ARTE CONCRETA. M.A.C., Milano

ARTE CONCRETA Bolletino

Serie 1: No 1 (1 November 1951) 17x16.5 cm, 12 pages. Cover by Atanasio Soldati (front cover with long vertical tear, not a very nice copy).

EUR 400.00

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[#17297]

MOVIMENTO ARTE CONCRETA. M.A.C., Milano

ARTE CONCRETA Bolletino

Serie 1: Numero 4. Frontcover only (proofprint?). Small chip off left upper corner, otherwise nice.

EUR 200.00

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[#15591]

MOVIMENTO ARTE CONCRETA. M.A.C., Milano

ARTE CONCRETA Bolletino

Series 1: No 3 (20 January 1952) 17x16.5 cm, 18 pages. Cover by Gianni Monnet. Excellent condition.

EUR 800.00

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[#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.

[#17643]

NO. 1, 2, 3.

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

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#9555]

NUMERO

Settiminale umoristico illustrato.

Nos. 54-158 (=Anno 2-3). Torino, Gennaio 1915 - Dic. 1916. Origina lillustrated selfwrappers; sq. 8vo. Ills. Some with very light soilage, all in good condition, kept in 2 plain folders.

EUR 400.00

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Gerente responsable: Giuseppe Magrini. Richly illustrated politico-satirical periodical. Issues of 12-16 pages each, with ills. by Mazza, Minos, Golia (cover-ills.), Moroni, Sacchetti, Boetto, Scarpelli, Nirsoli, Craffonara, Carlin, Bianchi, a.o. Texts by o.a. Victor von Bravetten, Ibis, Pitigrilli, Oiram, Marco Pipa, Petichat. With several thematic issues (Roma-Trieste-Vienna Express, Wiener Numero, Berliner Zeitung, American Numero, Bal-Can Numero, Mari e Monti Numero, Bulgar Numero, Oriental Numero, Cine-Numero, etc.)

[#16047]

OASK?!

[only issue published], (Roma), 1977 (23 marzo 1977); 43x29, folding to a poster "Diffidate della realtà?!" (86x58 cm.).

EUR 1,000.00

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Illustrations by Pablo Echaurren. Editors: Maurizio Gabbianelli, Pablo Echaurren, Oliviero Turchet, Massimo Terracini, Carlo Infante, Massimo Pasquini, Fiamma Lolli ("Foglio degli indiani metropolitani romani").

[#9573]

OCCIDENTE

Sintesi dell'attività letteraria nel mondo.

Nos. 1-12 (all publ.). Roma, Ed. d'Italia, Oct./Dec. 1932 - Agosto 1935. Together 10 issues (no. 10/11 is double-issue) in the original wrappers, a bit soiled; nos. 8-10/11 with the original dust-jackets designed by V. Paladini; illustrated.The last issue is in photoreprint.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Armando Ghelardini. 'Pubblica soltano scritti inediti.' Contribs. by M. Bontempelli, U. Barbaro, C. Alvaro, E. Flajano, A.G. Bragaglia, C. Pavolini, S. Quasimodo, E. Cecchi, C. Comisso, F. Sapori, T. Landolfi, G.B. Angioletti, F. Jovine, a.o., as well as transl. from D.H. Lawrence, J. Joyce, J. Cocteau, Virginia Woolf, Max Beerbohm, E. du Perron (letteratura Olandesa), Aldous Huxley, J.B. Priestley, a.o.

[#17674]

OFFICINA

Series 1: Nos. 1-12 (all publ.); Series 2: Nos. 1-2 (all and last published). Bologna, Arte Grafiche Calderini; then Bompiani. Maggio 1955-Maggio/Giugnio 1959. The complete set, in 14 issues, in stiff card wrappers, mint condition, untrimmed.

EUR 4,000.00

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Printed in a small edition and very rare as Number 2 of the second series was seized by the authorities on account of a contribution by Pier Paol PASOLINI against the Pope (this issue was received by only a small number of subscribers). Editors: Francesco Leonetti; Pier Paolo Pasolini and Roberto Roversi, with Gianni Scalia, Franco Fortini, Angelo Romano (editors of the second series). The magazine focused on the definition of a "new ideology of poetry." Officina was a real breaking point in the Italian cultural debate. Original contributions by the editors and by Gadda, Calvino, Penna, Ungaretti, Bertolucci, Luzi, Caproni, Arbasino, Sanguineti, Pagliarani, Rondi, Ferretti and others. The seized (censored) series 2 no 1 contains the famous epigram written by Pasolini against Pius XII, which caused great embarrassment to the publisherr (Bompiani), who not only decided to seize and pulp the edition but also stopped the collaboration with the Bolognese group. Surviving copies, very few in number, where those which the publisher had failed to obtain and then destroy. Altoghether produced in a very small edition because of difficulties with the printer who did not like the stiff card that was chosen for the wrappers.

[#14474]

OGGI

Settimanale di Lettere ed Arti.

Vol. 1 nos. 1-32. Roma, 21 May - 31 Dec. 1933; folio; added: Vol. 2 no. 2. Feb. 1934, 8vo. Unbound, as issued

EUR 700.00

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Directed by Mario Pannunzio, with collab. of Antonio Delfini, V. Bracati, A. Tilgher, A.S. Novaro, Eurialo De Michelis, Guglielmo Serafini, Emilio Betti, Silvia D'Amigo, Alberto Moravia, E. Talarico, Ugo Betti, etc.,texts by Mussolini.

[#9596]

OGGI

Settimanale di attualità e letterature.

Year 1-4 no. 5. Milano, Giugno 1939 - 31 Gennaio 1942, together with the post-war continuation: OGGI. Settimanale di politica attualità e cultura. Year 1-11. Milano, 1945-1954. Format 28,5 x 38,5 cms.

EUR 1,000.00

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Altogether a set from 1939-1954 comprising 602 issues (of 24-36 pp. each) of this fully illustrated magazine. Founded by Mario Pannunzi & Arrigo Benedetti. With political, literary and actualities of the day content, one of the major large circulation weeklies of the period. Years 1939-1942 give an extensive photographic report on the war in Africa and later in Europe, seen from the Italian point of view. Contribs. by Vittorini, Bonsanti, Banti, Dessi, Gatto, Montale (with an important contribution "La poesia come arte"), Fortini, Savinio, Morante, Moravia, Flaiano, Landolfi a.o. The post-war edition is directed by E. Rusconi, with contribs. by Angelo Magliana, Adriano, Buzzati T., Pierro Ottone, Mario Cardone, Mario Massaro, Teodoro Celli, and many others. The set lacks 31 nos. from 6 years. Only a few numbers are slightly browned; throughout in good condition. Added: year 1955 nos. 27-52.

[#18340]

PALLONE- GALLERIA LA BERTESCA

Four issues: July 1968, May 1969, July 1969, November-December 1969 (4 of a total of 8 published) ) Genova: Edizione Masnata / Galleria La Bertesca, luglio 1968 - 1969. Pallone was published irregularly by the Gallery La Bertesca in Genua.

EUR 1,600.00

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-guglio 1968. Genova: Edizioni Masnata/la Bertesca, 1968. Quarto, 14 pages in self wrappers, more then 40 photographic illustrations. This issue prints: Piccolo Manifesto di un’esigenza by Renato Mambor and Nanni Cagnone; Provocazione afona by Icaro and Cagnone; progetto irrealizzato + apunto sul manifesto by Mambor; il mio occhio by Icaro; MA / LI / DU / K / POL / WA by Emilio Prini. - maggio 1969. Genova: Edizioni Masnata/la Bertesca, 1969. Quarto, 12 pages in self wrappers, with 5 photographic plates printed on the left hand page. Photographic wrappers. Front wrapper with some minor abrasions and light soiling, otherwise very good. - Monographic issue. The front wrapper reproduces 4 photographic images, three of which are reframed fragments of ‘a photographed photograph’. The 5 photographs show an alienating, illogical, but surprising sequence of images of a performance by mambor himself. Collaborazione fotografica Silvio Pasquarelli. Informazioni. -Novembre – Dicembre 1969. Genova: Edizioni Masnata / Trentalance, 1969. Quarto, 64 pages printed on different colored stock, 17 illustrations of which one in color. Printed boards with blue cloth backstrip. - Contributions by Carl Laszlo: Grützke”; Gianni Emilio Simonetti: “Area Condizionata, Potpoured” da Flash Art №12; Tommaso Trini: Castelli “Margo”; Claudio Costa: “Globus”; Tommaso Trini: “ Frammento da un diaIogo registrato fra Tommaso Trini e Claudio Costa”;Germano Beringheli: “Lettera a Costa”; Gianni Emilio Simonetti: “PROjetACTION about Idea.real S.culture”. Photographs by Barboni Buffoni, TrentaIance and HiIde Zenker. -Luglio 1969. Quarto. 34 pages printed on different colored stock, 10 illustrations. Printed self wrappers.Wrappers slightly soiled. - . Special issue realized by Claudio Costa and Roberto Maini.

[#14129]

PAN (and PEGASO)

Rassegna di lettere, arte e musica.

Vol. 1-6 (all publ.). Firenze, 1933/34-1935. In the original wrappers, as issued (slight dust-soilage to some of the wrappers and due to overlapping edges some marginal tears, but altogether set set in good condition, internally sound. Together with precursor: PEGASO. Rassegna di lettere e arti. Vol. 1-5 no 6 (all publ.). Firenze, 1929-1933. Original wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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Directed by Ugo Ojetti, the major monthly for arts and letters of this period in Italy. Illustrated throughout, also photogaphs. Principal editors of Pan were De Robertis, Piovene and Pancrazi. Contributions by Massimo Mila, Silvio D'Amico, Enrico Falqui, Montale,Alvaro, Cecchi, Malaparte, Papini, Pirandello, Prezzolini, a.o.

[#17195]

PARIA

--First series: May 1970, dedicated to the "massacre in Kent", this copy from the personal archive of the director Antonio Rodriguez (ciclostyled production in very small number of copies, 4 numbers published only, between 1969 and May 1970, of which trhis is No.4). Published in the area of Lugano, Switzerland, and distributed to some friends only. --Second series: complete in 17 numbers, published in Locarno, later in Viganello (Ticino, Switzerland) as follows - No. 1 (also Number Zero), Summer 1970 until Number 19 (dicembre 1975), which number was preceded by an unnumbered issue containing poetry: West Coast Paria a cura di Franco Beltrametti. Numbers 10 and 17 were never published (as explained by Antonio Rodriguez, the layout maquettes for Number 10 were sent to Milano for printing at the IAP [International Alternative Press], and lost there, as also confirmed in writing by Ignazio Maria Gallino, the director; the reason for nonpublication of No. 17 remains unclear, it was probably omitted simply by mistake).

EUR 9,000.00

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Rare collection of this fantastic publication, probably the most complete that has been on the market. Founded, directed and designed by Antonio Rodriguez (Edolo, Brescia 1948) or "Pariananda" as he liked to sign, was published between 1969 and 1975. The first stencilled issues were totally lost, only a copy of Number 4 survived (it was the personal copy of Antonio Rodriguez, who remembers that he has personally stencilled it. The present set was owned by him) Other copies are unknown. Ditributed in Swit.zerland, Italy and the USA, by Re Nudo and the Stampa Alternativa. Contributors and texts by: Hermaus, Franco Beltrametti, Gianni Milano, Giorgio Mariani, Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, cartoons, drawings by Mizio Turchet, and various unsigned or unidentified contributors from Switzerland (Hotcha), and Fribourg (Revolté). Inspired by the Living Theatre, with strong international relations and influences. Without any concrete connection or political convictions all elements of the period are present: Psychedelic design, hippies, popmusic, the situationists, etc.

[#17088]

PERESEMPIO

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

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

EUR 1,000.00

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

[#9975]

IL PIOVANO ARLOTTO

Capricci mensuali d'una brigata di Begliumori (con note di Suchiellino Cherico).

Vol. 1 (out of 3 vols. publ.). Firenze, 1858-; modern binding, inside good, illustrated.

EUR 300.00

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Famous satirical journal compiled by Raf.Foresi (Marco), Pietro Fanfani (Giovanni), and Antonio Fantocci (Luca). Other contribs.: Zanobi, Bicchierai, Guerrazzi, Montanelli, Tomaseo, Piero Cironi, Pirro Giacchi (Cece). Published till 1862, when the journal was suppressed. See Righini, Periodici Fiorentini, 2096, 'One of the nicest and most elegant journals that Italy ever had'; the ills. are by E. Odiardi.

[#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.

[#18712]

PROGETTO

Rivista trimestriale di attualita culturali

Nos. 1-6. (all published) Imaginazione Studio Forma – art director Augusto Concato. Milano: edizioni Typress, 1977- 1979. All folio size and in near fine condition.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Rainieri Carano (dir. responsabile) and Franco Ferrari (dir. editoriale) Contributions by Francesca Duranti, patrizia Vicinelli, Dadamaino, Adriano Spatola, Berty Skuber, Giovanna Sandri, Armando Marocco, Vito Boggeri, Giulia Niccolai, Suzanna Santoro, Giuliano della Casa, Cioni Carpi, Anna Valeria Borsari, Beppe Devalle, Luca Patella, Stephanie Oursler, Augusto Concato, Eliseo Mattiaci, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Luciano Fabro, Franco Guerzoni, Amalia del Ponte, Ettore Innocente, Gigliola Carretti, Grazia Varisco, Samuel Montealegre, Nanda Vigo, Maurizio Mochetti, Valentina Bernardinone, Giuseppe Desiato, Diana Rabito and Antonio A. Trotta. -Numero 1. luglio-agosto-settembre 1977. 55 pages, illustrated throughout illustrations by Enric Siò. Issue dedicated to U.S.A.azioni" - Numero 2. Brasile. ottobre-novembre-dicembre 1977. - Numero 3. Danimarca. gennaio-aprile 1978. - Numero 4. Francia. maggio-novembre 1978. - Numero 5. Dianetica – lo scienza moderna della salute mentale. Text in Italian and Englisch. dicembre 1978 -marzo 1979. - Numero 6. Il compass negli Occhi. Situazione tendenziosa dell’arte italiana vista da Romana Loda. aprile-maggio 1979. 71 pages, illustrated throughout.

[#10134]

PSICOANALISI

Applicata alla medicina, pedagogia, sociologia, letteratura ed arte.

Anno 1-2 no 1 (all publ.?). Roma, July 1945-1946. Original wrappers.

EUR 200.00

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Director: J. Flescher. Contribs. by N. Perrotti, L. Pardi, G. Dalma, Thomas Mann (Il Posto di Freud nella storia dello spirito moderno), C. Musatti, H. Meng, E. Fulcgignoni. '...si offre come un messagio di liberazione della paura e dal dolore...' (Fiera Letteraria).

[#15596]

QUADERNI DI 'TECHNE'

--Quaderni di "Techne" 2: Cristina FRATINI. Non me lo dire, non posso crederci. pp. (64) con un testo di presentazione di Eugenio Miccini, Cm 31x21,5; Firenze, Dicembre 1969. Ciclostyled; orig. stapled wrappers (with the original banderolle).

EUR 300.00

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[#18835]

QUADERNI DI 'TECHNE'

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

EUR 1,200.00

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

[#21277]

QUADERNI DI 'TECHNE'

- Quaderni di "Techne" 3: Michele PERFETTI. Vivere Jersey. Pp.(21). With photograph; Firenze, Dicembre 1969, Ciclostyled; orig. stapled wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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[#21278]

QUADERNI DI 'TECHNE'

- Quaderni di "Techne" 16: Giusi Coppini. La Invitiamo per il Giorno… Firenze 1971. 40 pages, stapled in the spine. Supplement to Techne 7/8. 16x16,5 cm.

EUR 300.00

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[#10171]

QUARTIERE

Quaderno trimestrale di poesia.

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

EUR 300.00

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

[#18638]

QUI. ARTE CONTEMPORANEA

No. 1. Luglio 1966. Edizioni D’Italia, 1966. Quarto, 70 pages, Illustrated wrappers.

EUR 150.00

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Published between 1966-1977. Text in English, Italian & French.Edited by Lidio Bozzini. Contributions by Charles S. Spencer, Elio Mercuri, Marisa Volpi, Giovanni Carandente, Andre Balthazar, Jurgen Claus, William J. Sandberg, Marisa Volpi, Lucia Dembi, Aldo D’Angelo and Claudio Bruni. A large retrospective exhibition was held around “QUI arte contemporanea” in the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome from 19 october 19 until january 27, 2013.

[#17093]

R RONDANINI

Periodico d'Arte

Nos. 1-9 (all published). Roma, Rondanini Galleria d'Arte Contemporanea, 1976-1977. 28,4x21,5 cm. , stapled in original selfwrappers.

EUR 1,200.00

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Directed by Antonio Tafani. House-organ of the gallery Rondanini, not commercially distributed. Issues of ab. 32 pages each. Rare complete set. - No. 1 (1976): Spazio attivo/struttura, mostra a cura di Di Guido Ballo: work by Aricò, Carrino, Castellani, Gastini, Mari, Nigro, Uncini. Texts by N. Ponente, M. di Puolo ("Andy Warhol a Ferrara"), U. Apollonio, M. Fagiolo, C. Pozzati. - No. 2 (1976): devoted to «Luigi Veronesi. Arte come metodo», texts by N. Ponente, P. Fossati, K. Honnef, M. Fagiolo, L. Rognoni, E. Taramelli and S. Danesi, also contribs on Symbolism, Picabia a Parigi, Hans Richter. (ownership name and small design on the cover in ink) - No. 3 (1976), devoted to the exhibition of Emilio Tadini, museo del uomo. Texts on Guido Crepax da Valentina a O (texts by Robbe-Grillet, Fagiolo DellÁrco, Roland Barthes), M. Fagiolo on Hannh Hoch, with an unpublished lette; -No. 4 (1976): devoted to the exhibitions of Calder (dai Mobiles ai Critters) and Uncini (le ombre). Works by A. Calder, G. Uncini, H. Richter, Le Corbusier, F. Melotti, G. Paolini, Vasarely. Texts by G. Carandente, P. Dorazio, M. Duchamp, M. Fagiolo, N. Ponente a.o. -No. 5 (1976): Summer '76 documentary group exhibition: works by Man Ray, Calder, Melotti, Veronesi, Castellani, Dorazio, Baj, Nevelson, Pistoletto, Paolini, Adami, Del Pezzo, Aricò, Colombo, Strazza, Uncini, Biggi, Carrino, Tadini, Di Bello, Pardi, Magnoni, Verna, Boetti, Vago, Battaglia, Takahashi, each with a text; -No. 6/7 (1976): devoted to the exhibits of Lucio Del Pezzo (Decalogo) and the photographer Luigi Ghirri. Works by L. Del Pezzo, L. Ghirri, Brancusi, Ponsold a.o.; texts by G. Ballo, A.C. Quintavalle (on Ghirri), E. Taramelli, G. Drudi a.o. - No. 8 (1976): devoted to the Comunità Dogon (by T. Spini and G. Antongini) and Tullio Pericoli. Works of T. Pericoli, L. Veronesi, L. Del Pezzo, P. Dorazio, G. Uncini, N. Carrino, Tadini, Boetti, Gastini, Ceroli, Nigro, Scanavino a.o.; texts by T. Spini, M. Fagiolo, R. Sanesi, M. Venturoli a.o. No. 9 (1977). Devoted to the exhibits of Shu Takahashi (Ponente, Argan, Nakahara), work by Memè Perlini, Mario Cresci (fotografia e memoria).

[#17087]

RASSEGNA

Problemi di architettura dell'ambiente.

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

EUR 2,000.00

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

[#16397]

IL RE NUDO

Nos. 0, 1-92 (All Published). Milano, 1970-1980. The first 71 numbers bound in four (not entirely uniform) cloth volumes with title on spine, remainder unbound in the original issues. (Sizes vary 24x33,5 cm, later reducing in size, and the last numbers 29x35 cm). Number 1 is an original issue, untrimmed, loosely inserted in the bound volume, no. 22 was never published,in fact combined with 23. . Only nos, 76 and 86 are missing; otherwise a complete set, including the Zero-number. The issues contained in the bound volumes are in mint condition, but have been slightly trimmed., occasionally causing very slight loss of text (max.1 millimeter) on about 50 pages. The unbound issues are in generally good to excellent condition with only occasional light staining. The set includes the supplements to no 11 and 12 (Pantere Bianche, No. 0 and 1), printed in colour, each measuring half the size of the journal). Added: the poster for Il Re Nudo Pop Festival No. 3 (15-17 Giugno) Alpe del Vicere. (33x23,5 cm).

EUR 4,000.00

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Landmark Italian underground and pop publication, at first directed by Andrea Valcarenghi, with numerous illustrations in colour and photographs, psychedelic illustrations, photocompositions, etc. Deals with countercultural issues, drugs, sexual freedom, Pop Music, (Re Nudo Pop Festival). Close to Situationists and the student activists. Contributions include texts by and features on Timothy Leary, Angela Davis, Dario Fo, G.E. Simonetti, W. Burroughs, L.S.D., SIMA (Droga, La situazione in Italia), Situationsm, John Lennon, etc.

[#10214]

REALISMO

Mensile di arte figurative.

Anno 1 no 1 - Anno 2 no 17. Milano, June 1952-Dec.1953. Tabloïd, printed on newsprint, paper, rather brittle with endemic browning, unbound; folded, with wear over the folds (occasionally light loss of text) and ragged margins. (Lacking nos. 3 & 16). With numerous photo illustrations (b/w).

EUR 2,000.00

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Directed by Rafaele De Grada, with collab. by Corrado Maltese, Mario De Micheli, Giuseppe Di Vittorio, D. Morosini, L. Ferrante, Paolo Ricci, A. Del Guercio, E. Treccani, Luciano Pistoi, G. Rubinato, Gabriele Mucchi, Guttuso, Vespignani, etc. Attention for the work of Picasso and Eluard in translation; Anno 2 no 9/10 is a special on the Mostra di Picasso Roma-Milano, 1953 (this issue with wear in the spine, browned over the middle fold and a small loss of text). Publication became bi-monthly and more irregular lateron, and ceased April/May 1956.

[#10215]

REALISMO LIRICO

Rivista bimestrale di letteratura.

Nuova series: Anno 1-2, comprising Nos. 1-12 bis, including 4bis, 6bis, 10bis. Firenze, Jan.1954-Dec.1955. Folio; original wrappers.

EUR 300.00

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Dir.: Aldo Capasso, adm.: Gemma Licini, contribs. by Federico De Maria, Pier Luigi Mariani, Amedeo Ugolini, a.o.

[#16233]

REFUSO

Numero più che unico (raro).

No. 1 (all published). Modena, 20 maggio 1932. Large folio (35x25cm), 12 pages, with coloured selfwrappers (very light stain in margin, otherwise fine).

EUR 250.00

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Satirical-humorous publ;ication, subtitled: "Cocktail di sostanze cerebro-spinali ammanito agli amatori di cose spiritose dai tipografi modenesi nel X anniversario di fondazione del loro Dopolavoro - con la collaborazione dei Colleghi Bolognesi". Caricatures and cartoons by Mario Molinari (also the full-page frontcover ilustration) and M. Dario (cartoon-portraits of the Fonderia del Dopolavoro Poligrafico Modenes).

[#14100]

RIVISTA D'ARTE

Anno 1-16. Firenze, 1903-1934. The original imprint. Bound till vol. 13 [Illustrated. Lacks yearly indices to 1-2. Some bindings worn.]

EUR 1,000.00

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First year published as 'Miscellanea d'Arte'. Suspended 1908-1911, 1913-1916 and 1917-1929; vols. 11-16 also numbered as 2nd Series 1-6. Scholarly articles on Italian art, emphasis on Tuscan painting. In total 36 vols.were published (1903-1961/62). (Arntzen/Rainwater Q303)

[#15886]

RIVISTA D'ARTISTA

Linguaggio visivo, scrittura e unità delle Arti.

Nos. 1-2: Periodico edito, stampato in proprio, dall'Associazione Culturale Eos, Roma. Curatore: Piero Varroni. Progetto grafico: Piero Varroni e Anna Alessé. Each printed on Hahnemühle paper and consisting of 20 pages kept in original illustrated folder. No. 1 (Anno primo, numero uno. Aprile 1999, Roma). No. 38 of 151 copies. No. 2 (Anno secondo, numero due. Gennaio 2000, Roma). No. 42 of 151 copies. Curatore: Piero Varroni. Progetto grafico: Piero Varroni e Anna Alessé. Printed on Hahnemühle paper; 20 pages kept in original illustrated folder.

EUR 500.00

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No. 1 contains 2 original works by Piero Varroni and Alfonso Filieri, and contributions by Luciano Caruso, Giovanni Fonata, Vincenzo Perna a.o., as well as original literary contributions (Magrelli, Deidier, Ceronetti, Cavallo, Lunetta). No. 2 contains original signed works by Luciano Caruso, Alfonso Flieri, Pino Guzzonato; also illustrations in the text and unpublished literary contribtutions (Diacono, Moio, Pecora, Patella, Mauri,etc.) The first two numbers of this wonderful production of which, as far as we have been able to ascertain, 6 numbers appeared, till 2004.

[#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.

[#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

[#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

[#16049]

SCHIZZO

Foglio Irregolar (later:Fojo irregolar, then: Foglio irregolare)

Nos. 0, 1 and 2 (all published).Torino, 1977 (aprile) - 1978 (marzo); 3 issues, tabloïd, 41x30 cm. Printed in b/w;numerous illustrations and photographs. Issues of 8 pages (Stampato in proprio,supplemento a stampa alternativa).

EUR 1,800.00

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Radical anarchist-underground periodical, printed from typescript and handwritten texts, spectacularly designed with numerous drawings and collages including photographs. - No. 0 (aprile 1977): "Due o tre cose sul Movimento", "Malfattiunasega", "Allo studente non far sapere quanto è buona la scuola con le pere", "Femminismo anarchico", "Aguirre furorediddio" . With a photograph by Tano D'Amico; - No. 1 (autunno/inverno 1977): "H.M. Schleyer si è suicidato ovvero Anche i padroni hanno un cuore" (on the deaths of Andreas Baader, Jan Karl Raspe and Gudrun Enssling), "Dada davanti e dietro", "L'alienazione militare", "Sacco e Vanzetti sono stati assassinati dai comitati per la riabilitazione". In the middlespread on double page: "Totoanarchia. Contro i tentativi di riassorbimento nella kultura ufficiale"; - No. 2 (marzo 1978): "Schizzo saluta i compagni che si incontrano a Carrara per l'Internazionale Anarchica", "4 domande a Buenaventura", "Handicappato significa che può fare come gli altri tutti i lavori che esigono "concentramento". E con tanto impegno: Sfruttiamolo!", "Norma Jean Baker (Marylin Monroe)". In the middlespread on double page "Arthur Rimbaud": "Rimbaud, senza speranza alcuna, né sulla terra né altrove, pensò solo ad andare sempre, in preda a quella noia terribile che voi non conoscerete mai; inseguiva attraverso il mondo, nei luoghi più desolati, l'immagine più desolante di sé e di voi. Tutto quello su cui si basa la vostra sporca vita meschina gli ripugnava, ci sputava sopra. Voi fingete di aver dimenticato che egli fu contro tutto ciò che esiste". (Salaris 1997: pag. 111).

[#16796]

LE SCIMMIE E LO SPECCHIO

Rassegna di teatro.

Anno 1 (Nos. 1-12, complete). 1 maggio - 15 decembre 1923. Bound with front and back covers in a contemp.private binding (lightly soiled and damaged, but internally fine).

EUR 300.00

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Artistically illustrated Italian theatre monthly, directed by Francesco Prandi. The journal existed for the duration of only 7 years, with irregular appearances, and a new series was published only after 1945. This is the complete first year, with coloured illustrated covers by M.Murtas, Enrico Prampolini (collaborator of Dadaism and Futurisn), Mario Pompei, Onorato, and illustrations and line drawings by these and other artists. No. 8 contains complete text of the Chinese drama Ho-Lang-Tan with illustrations by Onorato.

[#10770]

IL SECOLO XX

Rivista popolare illustrada.

Vol. 1-16. Milano, 1902-1917. Unif. bound, green hcloth; illustrated with line drawings and photographs.

EUR 1,000.00

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General cultural, artistic and literary monthly. Contribs. by D'Annunzio, P. Molmenti, Ada Negri, E. Panzacchi, Malaguzzi Valeri, J. Gelli, Beltramelli, De Amicis, Fogazzaro, Melani, Stoppani and many other contemporary Italian writers and artists. After careful collation we only found one page of a music score lacking. The journal was published till 1933.

[#10774]

SEGNO

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

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#10777]

SELE ARTE

Architettura, Scultura, Pittura, Grafica, Arti Decorative et Industriale, Arti della Visione.

Vol. 1-14 (all publ., comprising nos. 1-78). Firenze, 1952-1966. Original wrappers; illustrated. Sm. 8vo.

EUR 400.00

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Directed by Carlo-L. Ragghianti. Chamberlin, 2338.

[#17661]

SENZAMARGINE

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

EUR 400.00

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

[#19045]

SI & NO:

Revista Quadrimestrale di Letteratura Moderna e Contemporanea.

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

EUR 900.00

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

[#15462]

SILENCE 'S WEKE 1

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

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

EUR 600.00

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

[#20932]

STREET MAGAZINE

Vol 1, No 4. Street Press, spring 1975. Edited by David Axelrod, Graham Everett, Ray Freed, Dan Murray, Allen Planz, R.B. Weber

EUR 100.00

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Jack Kerouac: Poems and Interview

[#17473]

TAU/MA

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

EUR 4,500.00

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

[#17094]

IL TEATRO DI TORINO

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). (Torino), Teatro di Torino ( Frassinelli Tipografo - Torino), 1929 - 1930; 21x16,5 cm., bound h.leather (spine rubbed), with the covers preserved.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Marziano Bernardi for this prestigeous Theatre, a former dance hall, refinanced and restructured by Riccardo Gualino. No. 1: coloured cover. 26 (8) pages, Texts on «Teatro Ebraico Habima», «La stagione d'opera Rossiniana» (staged by Virgilio Marchi), «Gli spettacoli della Almirante-Rissone-Tòfano», «Il teatro di Torino nei primi quattro anni di vita» (staged by Gigi Chessa); No. 2: coloured covers. 20 (6) pages. «Il nostro cinematografo», «Il ritorno di Ruggeri», «La compagnia di Marta Abba», «Serge Prokofieff», «Paul Robeson interprete dell'anima negra», «L'euritmia del Goetheanum di Dornach», «Le danze indù di Uday Shan-Kar», «Libri di teatro»; No. 3: coloured covers. 16 (6), pages: «Tairof», «Jack Hilton e la sua orchestra», «I Sakharoff», «Lo spettacolo di Bragaglia», «Concerti». After 19031 the theatre became property of the broadcasting company (the later RAI); it was destroyed in 1942.

[#19662]

TECHNE (Tèchne)

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

EUR 8,000.00

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

[#11160]

TEMPO

Nos. 1-224. Roma, Giugno 1939 - Settembre 1943, then discontinued as a result of the war and resumed in 1946 as year 8-14 (published weekly). Milano, 1946-1952. Original pictorial wrappers, 27 x 36 cms.

EUR 1,000.00

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Altogether a set comprising the period 1939-1952. Illustrated weekly directed by Arnoldo & Alberto Mondadori and after the war by Arturo Tofanelli. No. 1 (the starting point of this set) is the first of a new series which followed a first attempt for this publication by Raoul Radice in 1937, and is consequently dated Anno 3 (series 2 no. 1) and no. 224 is dated Anno 7 (September 1943). A magazine with a high actual news-content and important photographic illustrations of the news-topics of the day. Columns on theatre, cinema, science, art, sport, culture. Tog. 585 issues (only 3 were found missing), of 28-32 pp. each, expanding to 56 pp.; post-war issues 12-36 pp. Covers of the numbers 50-80 (published in 1940), are in colour; from no. 76 onwards with the imprint Edizio Italiana, in which period the covers have a strong propagandistic character. The first 6 nos. of the post-war period have in the title the imprint Nuovo. A small number of issues are oxidized or loosening at the staples; on the whole however a perfect set.

[#18713]

TRA

Rivista internazionale di cultura alternative / international review of alternative culture

Nr. 0, 1- 8 (8 numbers in 6 issues of a total of ten numbers published). Text in Italian and Englisch. Milano: TRA edizioni, 1976 -1979. Added a publicity leaflet and subscription form.

EUR 800.00

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Directed by Giancarlo Bocchi, -number 0. 1976. Speciale: La Nuova Biennale .Tabloid size, 12 pages, illustrated throughout. -number 1. Speciale: Polonia 7 1976. Tabloid size, 16 pages, illustrated throughout. -number 2. Speciale Canada . Rivista trimestrale di dibattito, informazione e ricerca culturale. Quarterly magazine of debate, information and cultural research. 1977. Quarto, 40 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. -number 3. il sociale linguaggi istituzioni. 1977. Quarto, 47 pages, illustrated throughout. Fornt cover ‘arte e ideologia’ by F. de Filippi. -number 4/5. Linguaggi negazione e lateralitá. Rivista bimestrale d’informazione dibattito e ricerca culturale. Bimonthly magazine of information debate, and cultural research. Quarto, 47 pages, illustrated throughout. Front cover after Daniel Buren. -number 6/7. Linguaggi di massa. Quarto, 47 pages, illustrated throughout. Front cover with photograph manifestazione di strada (bologna 77). -number 8. Ideolologia Dell’avventura. Rivista d’informazione e politica culturale. The magazine of information and cultural politics. Aprile 1979. Quarto, 37 pages, illustrated throughout. Realizzazione grafica Angelo Sganzerla. Contributions by Ugo Dossi, Ann Tuteur, Haka, Lyn Kienholz, Amerigo Marras, Lamberto Pignotti, Helmut Schweizer and Vicky Scarpa. Photographs by Edoardo Fornaciari, Giorgio Colombo, J.P. Reverdot (P. Hulten), G.E.Simonetti, Lyn Kienholz etc.

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TROPICO

Materiali di azione e ricerca d'avanguardia.

Number 1 (all publ.). Lerici, Roma, 1969. 25x20cm. 180pp. (Original typographical wrappers with slight sunning on the righthand margin).

EUR 300.00

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Typographical cover by Magdalo Musio. Edited by Roberto di Marco, Micehelle Perriera, Gatano Testo, Emilio Grosso. Red.centrale: Nino Massari.

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L' UNO

Il settimanale mensile.

Anno 1 numero 1 - 8 (All published). Milano, Milano Libri Edizioni (stampa: Ripalta - Cassina de' Pecchi). Maggio-Dicembre 1976. In selfwrappers; 38,5x26,5 cm. Each issue has 2 different covers: the first, (issue closed) 27x19,5 cm., the second, (issue opened), 38,5x26,5 cm. Rare complete and in good condition.

EUR 500.00

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Director: Oreste Del Buono; design: Fulvia Serra. Very strong illustrations, photomontages, caricatures. Complete set as far as published as a separate publication , previously published (starting1976) as a newspaper supplement inside the magazine LINUS. In may 1976 it became the separate journal offered here, joint to the number 134 of LINUS magazine, and continued for 8 numbers until December 1976. Then it becames again an insert of Linus till then end of 1977, but those are not offered here. - No. 1 (maggio): Dedicated to Noth America. . Drawings/cartoons by Julius Feiffer, Altan, Dan O'Neill, Alfredo Chiappori, Claire Bretécher. Texts: Lietta Tornabuoni, Saverio Tutino, Corrado Stajano, Nico Orengo, Giaime Pintor, Lidia Ravera, Beppe Viola etc. - No. 2 (giugno): Dedicated to the elections of June. Illustrations by Dan O'Neill, Alfredo Chiappori, Julius Feiffer, Renato Calligaro, Altan. Texts: Saverio Tutino, Nico Orengo, Silverio Corvisieri, Umberto Eco , Giaime Pintor, Beppe Viola etc. - No. 3 (luglio): Cover by Renato Calligaro «Qualcosa non va Papa Giovanni?»Illustrations/cartoons by Altan, Dan O'Neill, Renato Calligaro. Texts by Nanni Balestrini («Oh come è bella la signorina Richmond»), Giuseppe Pontiggia, Oreste del Buono, Giaime Pintor, Lidia Ravera, Beppe Viola etc. - No. 4 (agosto): covers with photocompositions. Illuystrations by Dan O'Neill, Julius Feiffer, Altan, Claire Bretécher. Testi di Saverio Tutino, Franco Serra («Nessun eroe in "eroina"», Enrico Scuro, Nico Orengo, Beppe Viola etc. - No. 5 (settembre): Illustrations by Altan, Dan O'Neill, Copi, Claire Bretécher. Texts by Saverio Tutino («Intervista nel buio con un guerrigliero»), Nanni Balestrini («Descrizione superficiale della signorina Richmond»), Nico Orengo, Enrico Scuro, Giaime Pintor, Lidia Ravera, Beppe Viola etc. - No. 6 (ottobre):Covers by Altanand photocomposition by Carlo Moggia.Illustrations by Altan, Dan O'Neill, Julius Feiffer.Texts byNico Orengo, Giaime Pintor, Lidia Ravera, Beppe Viola etc. - No..7 (novembre): cover by Altan and Enrico Scuri. Illustrations by Copi, Altan, Claire Bretécher. Texts by Oreste del Buono («Questioni di pluralismo. La mancata uscita del nostro mensile come settimanale sancisce un fermento interno: fare un giornale diverso a parole è facile, a fatti è difficile»), Nico Orengo, Giaime Pintor, Nanni Balestrini («Conversazione tra la signorina Richmond, Adele H., Anna K., e il prof. Cooper»), Saverio Tutino, Lidia Ravera, Silverio Corvisieri, Beppe Viola. - No. 8 (dicembre): Covers by Altan and Enrico Scuro. Illustrations by Altan, Dan O'Neill, Renato Calligaro, Giovanni Zaccagnini. Texts byNico Orengo, Erika Beben («Lotta Continua è femmina. Le donne di LC a Rimini hanno detto le cose più giuste che siano mai state dette contro il potere»), Saverio Tutino, Silverio Corvisieri, Beppe Viola etc.

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Édition pour l'étranger de VALORI PLASTICI . REVUE ITALIENNE D'ART

Vol. 2 no. 2. Roma, 1920. 19,5 x 27,7 cm. 64 pp. Original illustrated wrappers. Illustrated. First three pages loosening from spine.

EUR 200.00

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Director: Mario Broglio. Illustration on cover by Arturo Martini. With 15 hors-texte reproductions by Carlo Carra and Ossip Zadkine. Texts and contributions by Italo Tavolato, Carlo Carra, Ardengo Soffici, Theodor Däubler, Paul van Ostayen a.o.

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IL VENTUNO

Settimana Artistica - Gazzetta di poesia (later: Rivista dei Littoriali della Cultura e dell'Arte).

Anno 1-5 no 8/9 (= Nos. 1-39, lacking no 38). Venezia, Feb. 1932-Aug./Sept. 1936. (First 15 numbers 43,5 x 32 cm, then becoming folio-size, and from no.24 onw. Large-quarto. Original pictorial wrappers (some foxing, metallic covers of nos. 16 & 17 oxidated but intact). Illustrated.

EUR 800.00

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Edited by G.U.F. di Venezia, sotto gli auspici della Fed. Veneziana dei Fasci di Combattimento. Directed by F. Pasinetti, later by G. Dorigo. Contribs. by Luigi Biancheri, Luigi Cini, Sergio Fadin, Francesco Pasinetti, R.F. Selvatico. . Added: 6 no. 3/4 (= 44). March/April 1937.

[#15860]

IL VERRI

Rivista di letteratura diretta da Luciano Anceschi.

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

EUR 4,000.00

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

[#6718]

LA VITA ITALIANA

Rivista lllustrata Quindicinale.

Series 1: Vol. 1-6 (all publ.), and Series 2: Vol. 1-4 (all and last publ.). Roma, Nov. 1894-Dic. 1897, bound in 6 vols., contemp. red cloth, gilt spines; with numerous illustrations; 4to.

EUR 600.00

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Directed by Angelo de Gubernatis, publ. by the Soc. Ed. Dante Allghieri; articles on art, literature, current cultural events, from Italy and from abroad. Text in double column; volumes of ab. 400-500 pp. initially, enlarging to ab. 1000 pp. at the end. Continued after 1897 as Rivista d'Italia.

[#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.

[#16052]

WOW

Marzo, Aprile 1977 (Milano 1977). Two numbers (all published, continuing "Viola"). 43,5x31 cm. Printed in brown and blue. With many drawings and graphic illustrations in Situationist style. On the last page an image of Totò as a Roman: "Vivi nei nostri cuori, guidi le nostre lotte" with translation into french, english and napolitan dialect.

EUR 2,500.00

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Directed by Dario Fiori, continuing "Viola" (hence the April issue numbered consecutively as no 3): -Marzo 1977: "Viola è Wow". Subtitled "Circoli del proletariato giovanile in de/composizione. Chiamiamo wow il movimento reale che (si) di/strugge e supera lo stato presente delle cose", 8 pages printed in brown, folding out to a poster : "Dopo Marx aprile - Disgregazione è Bello". Texts: "Fare no. Disfare"; "Anatema isterico" ; "E ora e ora"; "Siamo tutti indiani metropolitani"; "Guerriglia Magia"; -(Aprile 1977, No.3): "Siamo diversi". Sottotitolo: "Chiamiamo wow il movimento reale che si strugge e supera lo stato presente delle cose - per la quinta internazionale", 8 pages printed in blue.

[#15991]

ZANZARA

dell'Associazione Studentesca Pariniana.

Rare collection of 9 numbers from the beginning, published Milano 25 novembre 1950 - Milano dicembre 1953, comprising: No. 1 (25 nov. 1950), Anno 1 No. 2 (n.d.), Anno 4 no 3 (8,1.1951), Anno 4 no 4 (1.2.1951), Anno 4 no 5 (20.2.1951), Anno 4 no 6 (18.3.1051), Anno 4 no 8 (10.6.1951), Anno 5 no 2 (n.d.), Anno 7 no. 2 (dicembre 1953). Stencilled (29,5 x 21, later 33 x 22 cm) and stapled together, later issues printed on larger sheets and folded. With light wear and some foxing, but altogether in excllent condition. Added: Il Portico. Milano. Anno 1 No. 5 (5 feb. 1954). Numero dedicato a Kafka.

EUR 1,400.00

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The beginning of the influential publication of the illustrious Liceo Classico Parini of Milano, model for many other Student periodicals. Founded and edited by Angela Rossi, with Alberto Giorli, Paolo Ungari, Piero Weisz, Luigi Carletti, etc. ; lateron directed by Paolo Borroni, Laura Mulassano, Giovanni Magri. The first number appears still without the later title: "Il titulo al prossimo numero". "Questa è la prima voce (più o meno stonata) dell'A.S.P.". Number 2 opens with the report of the founding meeting of 25 November. Contributions by Alberto Ciorli, Valerio Anziate, Sandrino Nanzoni (After No. 4 with drawings, Ingenio ? Renatino?), M. Bossi, Silvio Biancardi, Carlo Augusto Cannata. Il Portico with contributions by F.Bonati, G. Buzio, S. Gagliani, A.Padoa, C. Mazza.

[#15515]

ZODIAC

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

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

EUR 1,000.00

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