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[#15918]

ABRACADABRA

Nos. 1-5 (all publ.). Luxemburg (Hersberg), 1977- 1981. Original (pictorial) wrappers. (Limited edition of 600 copies for the complete set).

EUR 1,200.00

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Experimental/visual poetry magazine. Edited by Marcello Angioni, corresponding editors: Franco Beltrametti & Harry Hoogstraten. Cover by Franco Beltrametti. Includes work by Philip Whalen, Julien Blaine, Adriano Spatola, Richard Kostalanetz. Jochen Gerz, James Koller, Joe Brainard, Anne Waldman, Jack Hirschman, Franco Beltrametti, Michael Gibbs, Suse Hahn, Julian Blaine, Steve Lacy, Anne Waldman, Clark Weissner, Franco Beltrametti, Dieter Roth, Dick Higgins (No.5), Charles Plymell, Henni Koster, Harry Hoogstraten, John Cage (No.4), Rob Stolk and many more.

[#18110]

amBEATion

Zeitschrift für junge dichtung, grafik, kritik, versuch.

Nos. 0, 1/2, 3 (Sonderheft Niederländische und Flämische Lyrik und Prosa), 4, 5, 6 (Texte von Psychisch Kranken), 7/8 "Gegen den Krieg in Vietnam" (book, 88 pages, in smaller format, an anthology with 39 firstprints of german authors). Wanderup, Nov. 1963–1968. 4to. Original wrappers. Illustrated, with original graphics. Stencilled, stapled. Published in an edition varying from 72-200 copies. Added: some publicity leaflets of the publisher.

EUR 2,800.00

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Nr. 0 (1963). With 3 signed linocuts by Jane Tech-Balsgaard Nr. 1/2 (1964), Marked on the cover as No. 1. With 3 Graphics (1 signed by Cloy (i. e. Klaus-Ove Kahrmann), Beilagen. Nr. 13 von 70 Ex. Nr. 3 (1964) - Sonderheft: Flämische und niederländische Lyrik und Prosa - bilingual. With graphic by Kahrmann and Beilagen. Nr. 155 von 200 Ex.small stain on front wrapper and first 6 pages, otherwise good condition Nr. 4 (1965). Grey cover with 2 unicate (pasted on top front cover and inside back cover) by Kahrmann, 1 Graphic of typewriter points by Timm Ulrichs, 3 additional pieces by Timm Ulrichs (2 Manifeste and an invitation of Galerie Patio, 1966). Nr. 101 von 150 Ex. (One missing page on the poems by Timm Ulrich added in fine photocopy) Nr. 5 (1966). With 2 signed graphics by Klaus-Ove Kahrmann, 1 signed graphic by Norbert Richter ("Im Untergrund") and 1 signed graphic by Astrid Kayser. Additionally on the impressum page a pasted in ornament drawing (Feltpen 1966, signed by R. Q. Tode). Nr. 42 von 150 Ex. Nr. 6 (1967) - Sonderheft: Texte von geistig kranken Menschen. Deckel with pasted on title graphic “amBEATion Nr. 6”, with pasted in autograph of one of the autors, and a large folded orig.(2 sided) drawing by Altermann (Pseudonym). (This was included only in nos. 1-35; this copy no. 12, but impressum page in copy) Nr. 7/8 (1968) -Book: Gegen den Krieg in Vietnam. Anthology with 39 Authors, most firstprints. Vorzugsaugabe with orig signed graphics by Klaus-Ove Kahrmann and signed by the editor. Nr. 58 of 200 Ex. Guter Zustand. - Plus: a few extra graphic prints and promotional material Re amBEATion. (together 15 pieces, different sizes).

[#21290]

AMENOPHIS.

Périodique trimestriel (Revue sous Bandelettes).

Numéros 1-35. Bruxelles,1968-1985. A significant collection of 30 numbers between Nos 1 and 35 , in 25 volumes, plus special issues of Nr. 5 and Nr.11 with original contributions/dedications. Various formats, printed in b/w and colour, richly illustrated. The following numbers are included: No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 plus 5 special, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, plus supplement 11 (2x), 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17/18 ,19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 29/30, 31/32, 35. PLUS some unique additions, see detail.

EUR 6,500.00

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Artist periodical founded by André Morlain, directed by José Goemaere (Lot/Brabant, Belgique), with André Vandegeerde, Marie-Claire Gouat, Robert Kayser, Jean-Claude Moineau, André Morlain, contributions by Charles Autrand, Jean-François Bory, G.Bertini (several contributions, of which 1 coloured) BEN (original signature), - Nr. 1. Bruxelles: self published, n.d. Small quarto, 34 pages, illustrated throughout. Wrappers illustrated by Gilbert Herreyns. - Nr 2, février 1969 [36 p.] André Morlain, Bonne bible ! / Lieux communs / Comptine à rebours / Interview, poème / Le Rêve passe..., Robert Kayser, Homme-femme, André Miguel, S en ciel, poème, Marie-Claire Gouat, Odabul, José Goemaere, Pour une exposition, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Inédit, Robert Kayser, Questionnaire, Jean L’Anselme. - Nr.3 Mai 1969 36 pp/ « Jean L’Anselme » André Miguel, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Jean L’Anselme, … Ill. : Marie-Claire Gouat, Gilbert Herreyns, Robert Kayser, André Morlain. - Nr. 4. AMemNOnPHIS fait une place aux Soleils. Bruxelles: self published, octobre 1969. Square quarto, 42 pages. illustrated throughout. Front cover by Jose Goemaere. - Nr. 5. Aménophis pour voir LEU mONdd à travers lev MONDD. Bruxelles: self published, janvier 1970. Square quarto, 44 pages, illustrated throughout + inserted photogravure by Francois Massal. Front cover by Robert Kayser. The sheet covering the image in place. The first part of the pages (c.20) have come loose from the spine.Back cover shows some soiling. - Special: Nr. 5. Aménophis pour voir LEU mONdd à travers leMONDD. Another copy of issue 5 with only 22 pages loosely inserted in the original covers. The pages seem to be proof prints for issue 5. The cover of this issue with original (different) handwriting by the contributors being a presentation copy for Francois Di Dio: ‘Cet Exemplaire est une incarnation de L”ERREUR nous le DIDIONS a Francois du soleil NOIR. Art pour Art Pur. Notre pharaons reincarne sous l’angle (Noir)’ - Nr. 6. Mai 70. AMEnauFILS. Bruxelles/Paris: Amenophis/Charles Autrand, 1970. Square quarto, 38 pages, illustrated throughout, with original hand colored collage. Illustrated wrappers by Marie Claire Gouat. - Nr. 7. Bruxelles/Paris: Amenophis/ Charles Autrand, Jean-Francois Bory, Aout 1970. Illustrated portfolio illustrated by Robert Kayzer, containing 2 folded posters. Poster 1: ‘La Cocote des Arts’ (68 x 54 cm unfolded, printed in red) by Marie-Claire Gouat, Robert Kayzer, Nicolas Poster 2 (61 x 53 cm unfolded, printed in blue) ‘Trop Milles millions de milliards de trop pas de vis universel trop simple trop de O zeros” Texte Morlain Graph Kayzer. - Nr. 8. Poster. J.F.Bory; printed black on white paper, 56,5 x 45,5 cm, folded 3 times [septembre 1970), small staple holes. Mailed copy, poststamped and addressed to Gianni Bertini on verso. - Nr. 9. Bruxelles : Amenophis, octobre 1970. With handcoloured an signed contribution by Bertini, who also designed the cover. Square quarto, un paginated, 44 pages of which two fold-outs. Contributions by Thierry Agullo, Charles Autrant, Gianni Bertini, Etienne Bertozzi, Daniel Biga, Robert Kayzer, Dr Leon, Werner Lambersy, André Miguel, Cécile Miguel, Norge, Clemente Padin, Michele Perfetti, Jean-Marie Le Sidaner, Christian Tobas, Jean-François Bory, Jochen Gerz, Roland Flexner, Marie-Claire Gouat, Jean-Claude Moineau, André Morlain, Jean-Pierre Verheggen, Chimele Vernon, Nicolas & Inconnu. Copy with some wear on extremities, else fine. - Nr. 10. Poster. Littérature Policière, Série Noire. J.C.Moineau; adressed and mailed to Tjeerd Deelstra. 10 décembre 1970. With two staple-holes; this has possibly been originally stapled to another piece. - Nr. 11. 2 Posters, Azerty, mars 1971 & C'Est une histoire..,Ivan Alechin. Together with: Supplément au n° 11 including Ben signature. Rotterdam: Kunstcentrum ‘t Venster, September 1970. Bruxelles / Paris / Milano: Amenophis / Charles Autrand/ Jean Michel, 1970. Square quarto, 14 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. . Published on the occasion of an art manifestation held in ‘t Venster (Rotterdam), from September 5 25, 1970. Cover and original signature on loose inserted page by Ben Vautier. - Nr. 12. Made in Italy, 1971. Bruxelles: Amenophis, 1971. Yellow printed envelope containing 12 mimeographed contributions printed on different colored stock. Contributions by Salvatore Passarella, Sergio Dangelo, Nicolas, Besozzi and Emilio Cremonesi a.o. Original sending envelope with wear and tear, addressed to Gianni Bertini, with stamp of Andre Vandegeerde on verso. - Nr. 13. Decmbre 1971. One sheet, 61x43 cm., folded to 22x15,5 cm., b/w. With loose inserted sheet Verticalement and 2 Amenophis cards. Nr. 13. Decmbre 1971. Together with supplement: a brown envelope "Cette enveloppe contient des graines d;Utopie"; adressed to Gianni Berrtini. - Nr. 14. Mars 1973. Bruxelles/ Paris: Amenophis, 1973. Tall quarto, un paginated, (42 pages), illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. (portrait d’apres nature d’un enzyme glouton). Wrappers lightly foxed towards edges. - Nr. 15. Bruxelles: Amenophis, fevrier 76. Quarto, 44 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers by Eliane Maurissen. - Nr. 16. si ce héros ne vous plait pas Amenohis peut vous en offrir un autre. Bruxelles: Amenophis, decembre 76. Quarto, 60 pages (+ a 28 pages insert by Justine Envermer), illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers by R. Kayser. Fine copy. - Nrs. 17-18. Special Nourriture. Bruxelles: Amenophis, Mars 1979. Quarto, 96 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers (le saucisson utilize en couverture a ete grassement prete pa la firme Van den Bouf). All pages loose in binding. - Nrs. 19. Le Pied. Bruxelles: Amenophis, novembre/ decembre, 1980. Quarto, 60 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. Plus supplement poster J.C. Moineau Espace Vital, 46 x 32 cm, folded twice, stamped on verso. - Nr. 20. Autopsy I. Bruxelles: Amenophis, Juillet / Aout-Septembre, 1980. Quarto, 48 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. - Nr. 21. Autopsy II. Bruxelles: Amenophis, Juillet, 1980. Quarto, 66 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. This issue with an original signed and numbered (77/100) lithograph by Pierre Pourbaix. - Nr. 25. On lui a tout pris et elle ne se révolte pas. Bruxelles: Amenophis, Juin, 1983. Quarto, 58 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. Wrappers by Roland Topor. Wear on spine, second half of this volume damped and some waving pages toward the end. - Nr. 26. Le hareng mystique. Bruxelles: Amenophis, novembre, 1983. Small quarto, 84 pages, Illustrated throughout + one original 'montagemanuel d'une bande magnetique' by Jean Francois Lacroix. Illustrated wrappers. - Nrs. 29-30. Le Trou. Bruxelles: Aménophis, mars - juin, 1985. Folio, 80 pages, illustrated throughout, Illustrated wrappers.Some wear on spine. - Nrs. 31-32. La dérive des continents. Bruxelles: Aménophis, 1985. Folio, 80 pages, illustrated throughout, Illustrated wrappers. Contributions by Arbizzani, Barzin, Bertola, Bragard, Burgaud, Chaty, Colaux, Collignon, Colot, Compere, Criel, Darbellay, De Taeye, Devil, Gasmi, Gouat, Joos, Kayser, Lefevre, Mastin, Mawet, Morlain, Nupi, Orester, Petchanatz, M&G Piqueray, Pochet, Puttemans, Reszohazy, Tania, Trentini, Vancluysen and Vinche. Added: Supplement A (no date) Poster "Project for the World" No 5. Tobas. - Nr. 35 Les Septante loques a reloqueter, 1988. 29.5 x 21 cm, 84 pp. Xeroxed booklet with transparent plastic cover sheet, red, yellow and black string with red laquered stamp wrapped around the spine. Introduction text by Marie Claire Gouat, cover by Colot Van Nypelseer. Special issue celebrating 20 years of Amenophis. Inserted is an invitation card for an exhibition Amenophis Fete un Anniversaire at Au Botanique, Brussels 17 Jan 1989. A more detailed list with the contributors to the individual issues on request. ADDED: - André Morlain, Amenoffice boxes, 1969-70. Three styrofoam icecream boxes filled with various objects, 20 x 11 x 7 cm, named Amenoffice 1, 2 and 3. All signed by André Morlain, founder of the Belgian artist periodical Amenophis published in Bruxelles/Paris between 1968 and 1985. The title of the work seems to suggest these were objects assembled at the magazine's headquarters. Box 1 contains an empty packet of Gauloise cigarettes and a flyer for an exhibition on Small Press publishers at 't Venster in Rotterdam in 1970 (Amenophis was amongst the participants). Box 2 features screws, plastic lids and cigarette ash. Box 3 is penetrated by several screws. Boxes show traces of use, very rare item. - An invitation from Galerie 't Venster Rotterdam and the original illustrated mailing envelope. Invitation flyer 44 x 12 cm, exhibition 5-25 Sept 1970 featuring a participatory presentation of small publishers such as Techne, Ne Coupez Pas, Amenophis, Creaction, Agentzia. - Poster supplement to No. 10: Jochen GERZ: Cinq Doigts font und Poing, 63 x 43 cm, printed black on yellow paper, folded 21.5 x 14.5 cm, with small staple holes. - Original contribution to the manifestation 't Venster by Godehard Schramm. Mimeographed stapled booklet, A4, 8 pp.

[#222]

THE AMPERSAND

Quarterly journal of the Pacific Center for the Book Arts.

Vol. 1-11 no. 1. San Francisco, January 1980 - April 1991. Wrappers; 4to.

EUR 250.00

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Edited by Kathy Walkup, Connie Thorpe, Alastair Johnston. Articles on San Francisco Bay Area fine press books and their makers, calendar of events, specific aspects of book-making, typography, interviews with book workers and publishers. Together 41 issues of ca. 10-12 pp. each.

[#20844]

ANONYMITETER. Kommunikationszoner (Fluxus Nord)

Green card folder, with loosely laid in materials (light wear to the folder,otherwise fine). Lunds Konsthall. 27/1-18/2, 1968. Signed (by Kasper Heiberg, who had written his name a Hilsen). Lunds Konsthall, 1969. Square 4to.; contains 12 page srapled colourprinted leaflet with artworks displayed outside the Gallery.

EUR 400.00

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Contributions by Paul Gernes, Egon Fischer, Kasper Heiberg, Steen Hoyer, Bjorn Norgaard, Peter Louis Jensen, Hans Jorgen Nielsen, Peter Bonnen, Stig Br/ogger, Steffem Jorgensen, Per Kirkeby, et. al,

[#18862]

ARKITIP

Issue 00 11. Hollywood, CA: Arkitip, 2001. One of 500 copies hand-numbered on the front wrapper, this being copy no.126. Quarto; illustrated wrappers; 80pp; illus. Light wear to rear wrapper, else very Near Fine, lacking the original unprinted polybag. Together with the original insert: 8 Kimpsons trading cards designed by KAWS, each measuring 9,5x7,5cm,wrapped in printed wax paper with circular seal; small creases to wrapping paper, seal present but obviously opened; cards uniformly Fine.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by KAWS (a.k.a. Brian Donnelly). Early issue of this art and culture magazine. Cover and insert by KAWS, together with an interview and photo spread.. The insert cards feature 8 images of his "Kimpsons" canvas series on rectos; versos feature an 8-part black and white image of one of his early vinyl KAWS Companion toys. With contributions by Terry Richardson, Angela Boatwright, Yogi Procter and others.

[#21248]

L'ART BRUT

Publications de la Compagnie de l'Art Brut (Outsider Art)

Nos- 1-18 (all publ). Compagnie de l Art Brut, Paris, 1964 - 1994. All in original wrappers, in excellent condition.

EUR 1,800.00

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Directed by Jean Dubuffet. Profusely illustrated periodical with monographic studies of the art of insane and 'primitive' artists, Outsider Art. Michel Thévoz, Dr W. Morgenthaler, Henri-Pol Bouché, Gaston Puel, Michèle Edelmann, Dr Pierre Maunoury, Claude Edelmann, Jacqueline Porret-Forel, Ludovic Massé, Dr Léo Navratil, Lucienne Peiry,... ( co-authors) :Complete set:. 1: le Prisonnier de Bale, le Lambris de Clément, Dessins 2: Adolf Wölfli, Par le Prof. Dr. W. Morgenthaler; 3: le mineur lesage, Salingardes l aubergiste, Le cabinet du professeur Ladame, Les telgrammes de Charles Jaufert, Jayet le Boucher, Les coquilles de maisonneuve, Filaquier le simplet; 4: Scottie Wilson, Emmanuel le calligraphe, Guillaume, Paul End, Moindre l égyptologue, Florent, l écrit du comte du bon sauveur, Jacqueline;5: Le philateliste, Broderies d' Elisa, Joseph Crepin, Rose Aubert, Gaston le zoologue, Sylvain, Xavier Parguey; Fascicule 6: Carlo, la double vie de Laure, Simone Marye, Anais, robe nuptiale et tableaux brodes de Marguerite; Fascicule 7: Aloise par Jacqueline Porret-Forel; 8: Messages et clichés de Jeanne Tripier la Planétaire, la Fabrique D Auguste, Gustav le Démoniste, Francois, Olive, piéces D Arbre Historiées de Bogosav Zivkovic; 9: Madge Gill, Nataska, Jane Ruffié, Bentivegna, Èmile Ratier, Collection du D A. Marie; 10: Jules Doudin, Vojislav Jakic, Gaston Teuscher, Pierre Jain, Albino Braz, Samuel Failloubaz, Katharina, Louise Fisher, Solange Lantier, Louise Tournay; 11: Léontine, Sylvan Fusco, Alois Wey, Edmund Monsiel, André Robillard, Carlo (2), Joseph Vignes, Italo Perugi, Francois Portrat, Samuel Daiber, Thérése Bonnelalbay; 12: Gugging; F 13: Reinhold Metz par Michel Thévoz; 14: Josef Wittlich, Willem van Genk, Angelo Meani, Hans Krüsi, Henriette Zephir, Jean Radovic, Yvonne Robert, Anna Zemankova, Armand Schulthess, Camille Renault; Fascicule 15: Giovanni Battista Podestá par Lucienne Peiry; 16: Yanko Domsic, Eugéne Gabritschevsky, Ted Gordon, Benjamin Bonjour, Michel Nedjar, Edouard Boschey, Eugenio Santoro, Helmut, Pepe de Valence, René le Bedeau; 17: Dwight Mackintosh, Monsieur Poladian, Johann, Johann Fischer, Marcomi, Théo, Erika Orysik la Tinaia, Michael Pankoks; 18:Maurer; Exposition L`Art Brut, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris 1967

[#21221]

ART PRÉSENT

Revue trimestriel (Revue d'art contemporain).

Nos 1-9 (all publ., complete). Paris, 1975-1981.) 6 physical numbers as nos. 2/3,4/5,7/8 are double) Spine stapled (except no 1,which is in sheets). 4to, ilustrated covers, b/w and in colour.

EUR 1,200.00

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Rare complete set of this periodical of conceptual art, video, film, music, etc. Founded and directed by Alain Pomarède. Directrice Nicole Genetet-Morel. Also important international collaboration. No.1: in sheets,untrimmed. Marcelin Pleynet, Jurgen Ehre, William Burroughs, Suzan Hoetzel, Lucio Pozzi, Robert Rohm+Susan Porter, Sylvia Mangold, David Prentice,Michael Goldberg, Ed Kerns, John Ashberry, Renate Ponsold. No. 2/3. 64p.,. Ron Testa, Jean Delord, Pierre Manuel, Ignacio Gomez-PulidoGérard Titus-Carmel, Jean-Pierre Faye, Gilles Mahé, Berry Sokoloff, Dominique Thiolat, Alain Middleton, Lucio Pozzi, Boudjema Bouhada, Heinz Gappmayr, Siichi Niikuni, Carlo Belloli, Jean Delmas. No. 4/5. 64p., Victor Burgin, Jean Le Gac, Claude Viallat, John Hilliard, Marcelin Pleynet, Tania Mouraud, Alain Kirili, Thierry Delaroiere,Tony Robin, Ilaria Bignamini, Paul-Armand Gette, Philippe Demontaut, Jean-Pierre Pincemin, Pasolini. No/. 6/7. 96p., Grégory Bateson, Didier Bay, Bazooka, Connie Beckley, Jean Delord, Daniel Dezeuze, Jean André Fieschi, Fernando de Filippi,, Nicole Genetet-Morel, Tony Grand, Pierre Manuel, Robert Motherwell, Denis Oppenheim, Rosalie et Elie Pélaquier, Alain Pomarède, Marcelin Pleynet, Philippe Sollers, Alexis Smith. No 8: printemps 1979: 36 pp.. Jean-François Lyotard, Alain Pomarède, Christian Bonnefoi, Pierre Dunoyer, Come Mosta-(102099)Heirt, Antonio Semararo, Jean-Luc VilmouthDenis Roche, Richard Foreman, Jean Le Gac. No. 9: printemps-été 1981, 66 pp. . Christian Bonnefoi, Pierre Dunoyer, Jacques Attali, Dan Graham, Jan Marc Bustamante, Robert Smithson, Peter Handke, Jon Gibson, Louis Khan.

[#21296]

ART PRESS

Nos. 1-22 (all published of the first series). Paris, 1973-1975. Orig.pictorial wrappers. Each issue, 25 x 32.5 cm, text in French. Together with No. 1 of the New series, with change of name: ART PRESS INTERNATIONAL. (Nouvelle série) No. 1.Été 1976. Paris, Europrom. 32,5x25 cm., stapled, 59pp. (small tear in front cover).

EUR 2,000.00

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A very good clean set of this important publication rare complete first series. Features b/w ills. and articles on the international minimal art and who's who of the time, such as Joseph Kosuth, Hans Haacke, Duchamp, Vito Acconci, George Brecht, Ad Reinhardt, Josef Albers, David Lamelas, John Cage, Eva Hesse. Bruce Naumann, Art-Language, Jedan Miró, Barroco, Hans Hartung, Roy Lichtenstein, Wols, Julia Kristeva, Raoul Hausmann, Dibbets, Robert Ryman, Matta, Pierre Guyotat, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol; No. 20 is Special Biennale de Paris, No. 21 is Special Dada, No. 22 Pour la Pprnographie,Pasolini, César. New series:Edited by Louis Dalmas, Cathérine Millet. This number: American Connection. Interviews and features on Denis Roche, W. Burroughs, A. Ginsberg, J. Mekas, D. Bowie, Ben, J. Kristeva etc.

[#21249]

BAZOOKA

36 publications (including the 5 complete periodicals BULLETIN PÉRIODIQUE'' , "LES ANIMAUX MALADES', "MÉTAL HURLAND", "UN REGARD MOADERNE", "ORPHELINA'' ) and some sepbarate pubucations by the Bazooka group, a collective of French graphic designers mainly active from 1974 to late 1978. It included Christian Chapiron (using the pseudonym Kiki Picasso), Jean-Louis Dupré (Loulou Picasso), Olivia Clavel (Electric Clito), Lulu Larsen, Bernard Vidal (Bananar) and Jean Rouzaud. The group, with ultra-left sympathies, was formed in the aftermath of May 68 and presented comics, graphics and photographic creations of an aggressive and subversive nature. Their aim was to get out of the classical galleries network, at first through self publications, then reaching a wider public working on record covers, tv titles, daily press and magazines. Chapiron coined the term ‘Graphic Dictatorship’ to describe the spirit of their fierce drawings, collages and (mis)appropriation of images of various origins. Hired by the Parisian Libération to illustrate the journal, they created graphic anarchy (literally exploding the newspaper’s template amongst others). Serge July, director of Libération at the time wrote in his paper on August 12 1977 (pp. 12-13) ‘Bazooka fout la merde’, but gave them the opportunity to do an independent project as a supplement to the paper which became ‘Un Regard Moderne" - Although some Bazooka publications were published in collaboration with existing journals the nature of their work remained provocative both in content and in its distinctive graphic style foreboding the nascent Punk movement. Bazooka’s first magazine ‘Bulletin Périodique’ was immediately forbidden to minors. The various publications in this lot are illustrated throughout with photographs, cartoons and comics and include numerous b/w and duotone plates. All text in French, except for the last issue of ‘Bulletin Périodique’ which also features English text. The publications are assembled in a unique hardcover binding, 44.5 x 32 cm, designed by Paul Groenendijk. The blue cloth cover has Bazooka printed on the front and features three foldable sections. The backcover and spine are executed in black cloth are black, with the spine featuring the title Bazooka printed in gold. The binding is designed in such a matter that the magazines can be completely opened up for viewing purposes. Binding and spine are in mint condition. TOGETHER with: Bazooka. Il était une fois. Exposition “Bazooka, Un Regard moderne”, Les Sables-d’Olonne, Musée de l’Abbaye Sainte-Croix, 2 avril-12 juin 2005. Les Sables-d’Olonne, Le MASC, 2005. EXHIBITION CATALOG. 33,5X48,5 cm, 8 pagesincl. Covers. One of an edition of 200. IN THIS COPY CONTRIBUTIONS SIGNED BY THE AUTHORS/ARTISTS (except T5DUR) 6 prints by Lulu Larsen, T5Dur, Kiki Picasso, Loulou Picasso, Olivia Clavel, Bernard Vidal, printed in b/w on luxurious thick paper. Works of Bazooka, Olivia Clavel, Loulou Picasso, Kiki Picasso, T5Dur, Bernard Vidal. With a copy of the invite to the exhibition. TOGETHER WITH: SILENCE No. 1 (seul paru) Paris, Futuropolis, 1980, 350x300mm, 28 p., broché sous couverture illustrée de Loulou Picasso,glassine originale. Interviews réalisées par Dorothée Lalanne de Iggy Pop, Howard Devoto, John McKay, Human League. Sept compositions pleine page en noir et blanc par Loulou Picasso du groupe Bazooka. TOGETHER WITH: SILENCE No. 1 (seul paru) Paris, Futuropolis, 1980, 350x300mm, 28 p., broché sous couverture illustrée de Loulou Picasso,glassine originale. Interviews réalisées par Dorothée Lalanne de Iggy Pop, Howard Devoto, John McKay, Human League. Sept compositions pleine page en noir et blanc par Loulou Picasso du groupe Bazooka. TOGETHER WITH: PERVERS No 1, all published. Paris, Bazooka Production, 1979, 58x29 cm, sheet, folded to 8pp, equal to the size of a gramophone record, 29x29 cm. Together with the actual gramophone record, « La Perversita », Invisible Records, 1979, in the original decorated sleeve, designed by Kiki Picasso. Text and designs by Loulou Picasso (Jean-Louis Dupré), Olivia Clavel, T5, Larsen. This is actually the last Bazooka Production « mort » in 1980.

EUR 7,500.00

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

[#20891]

BEAU GESTE PRESS

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

EUR 500.00

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

[#21269]

BEEF

(Beef Free Magazine). Art Music and Culture.

Nos. 1-22 (also numberd as Vol. 1 no 1 - Vol. 7 No. 22, last issue, all published). Omaha & San Francisco. 1980-1987. Tabloïd, newsprint with colourful covers on better paper. Rare complete set.

EUR 2,500.00

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An avant garde art magazine originated from Omaha Nebraska, published in San Francisco, issued in tabloid format but printed on quality paper rather than newsprint. The inspiration of vegetarian women artists Apaka Kavan and Marina Racine. After initially concentrating on the small but active Omaha arts scene, the focus of the tabloid rapidly expanded to include articles on overseas arts, injustices in South America, alternative living, and American politics, in addition to art, record, and film reviews. It was freely distributed, starting with a circulation of 300 and ending with 25.000. Correspondents from Omaha, Paris and New York. Photography: Kerry Dion, Mark Durant, Yael. Lots of interesting typography, bold photographs, psychedelic art, unusual graphics, interviews with and features on artists Love Marks, Sora Kim ,Lawrence Ferlinghetti ,B.K.S.Iyengar, Ellen Ross,Joan Halifax, Nina Hagen,M.Chemiakin,expelled Russian artist,,Gary Snyder, David Hockney ; Philip Glass (10, 21), Meredith Monk (13), Jean Tinguely (14), Nina Hagen (18),Yoko Ono (19), Nam Jun Paik (21),articles on mail art (3, 14), opal nations (4), a short piece on an Allen Ginsberg performance in Denver with photographs (9), Mike Basinski (12); an insert: "Cow Town Art: Bovine Issue 4" by Patrick Beilman (5); and Calypso Machine Gun/Bump Fuzz 7" single on red vinyl laid into issue 9.

[#18932]

BIRTH

BIRTH PRESS COLLECTION: consisting of: - Announcement Flyer: Single sheet of colored 8 1/2 x 11 paper announcing the publication of Tuli Kupferberg's Birth #3 plus a new publication called SWING and another publication by Birth Press entitled YEAH. Sheet is a bit tanned with age, has a closed tear and has some faint folds. Overall very good condition of this rare piece of Birth Press ephemera., -Together with complete sets of the three periodicals from the announcement: - BIRTH. Nos. 1, 2, 3, (all publ.), in 4 parts. New York, 1958-1960. Original stapled photographic wrappers. The first near fine with a small corner crease to the front cover and a tiny ink price to first leaf, other issues fine. The third issue was published in two volumes. The second issue has two covers, and the original prospectus laid in. - SWING. Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 (all publ). New York, Birth Press, Winter 1960-Fall 1961.Spine stapled in original photographic wrappers. Spine of no. 4 lightly faded, otherwise all in excellent condition. Each ab. 40 pages. - YEAH. Numbers 1-10 (all publ). New York. Original stapled (collaged) wrappers. Together with: Fuck for Peace, single sheet, privately printed, n.d. (1965). (Faint stamp on front cover of no 2, otherwise good and clean set).December 1961-1962.( No. 10: Kill for Peace, together with the rare supplement Fuck for Peace. Very good collection, quite rare together.). Laid in No. 3 a prospectus of Birth Press publications.

EUR 4,000.00

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Published by "Birth Press", edited by Tuli Kupferberg, with Sylvia Topp, Stella Tohl, Bill Rice, James Frankfort, Ray Johnson, Norman Solomon. Roneotyped, with numerous illustrations and interesting lay-out. No.1: Tuli with Ray Johnson. "Notes towards a Theory of Bohemianism, drawing by Tuli and by Ray Johnson (the Art Editor); contributions by L. Jones and D. Di Prima; No. 2: Summer 1959. Children's Writings. Contributions from Anais Nin (childhood diaries), Walter Lowenfells, Barbara Moraff, Henry Miller's 16-year-old daughter, etc.; No. 3 (The Stimulants Issues) was published in 2 parts, both devoted to various drugs, from early Egyptian and Classical Greek to 1960's (Ginsberg Diary entries, Ted Joans first poem, 1940'4 anti-marijuana poster). SWING is a collection of children's writings, intermixed with woodcuts by Tuli Kupferberg and other artwork. Ostensively anthologies of children's writings, but all intermixed with antique woodcuts and Tuli's savage but gentle humor, YEAH Includes contributions by (i.a.): B. Brecht, Y.Yevtushenko, A.Sillitoe, C.Farllon, C.Forsberg, B.Shay, K.Herz, S.Morland, A.Kaye, K.Mayamoto, E.O'Brien, T.Kupferberg, etc. : No. 1: December 1961. Offset lithograph printed on one side,and mimeograph printed on the reverse, blue,red,black and white. (28,3 x 21,5 cm). Folded,. Back cover: L.Kotkovsky, rubber stamped. No. 2: A satyric excursion published at will (laid in: prospectus announcing no. 3); No. 3: The mild power subdues; No. 4: September 1962. Includes an authentic reproduction of KILLL! Magazine July 1962; No.5: Gala Xmas Number; No.6: A frigid wife ruined me; No.7: A look at the white problem; No. 8-9: True Professions 1 & 2; No. 10: Kill for Peace, together with the rare supplement Fuck for Peace. Very good collection, quite rare together. Laid in No. 3 a prospectus of Birth Press publications.

[#21210]

BLACK MASK

Nos. 1-10 (all publ.). New York, Nov. 1966 - April/May 1968. Original issues; folio; illustrated. First page of the first issue stained (2 coffee? stains, see illustration); no 10 has a marginal tear. Otherwise the set is in very good condition.

EUR 4,000.00

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Edited by Benn Morea and Ron Hahne. One of the publications that formed the prelude to the 'World wide revolution of youth' and the student revolts, linked with the Situationist International in Paris, Heatwave in London, Provo in Amsterdam, Rebel Worker in Chicago. Contributions by L. Moholy-Nagy, Dennis Mora, Benn Morea ('Art and Revolution'), Ed Clark, a.o. Texts by André Breton, Bertrand Russell, H. Arp, Camus (interview), a.o. No. 10 incl. article 'Berlin Dada' by David & Stuart Wise

[#20832]

BLUE PIG

Numbers 1-14. Paris, Sand Project Press, 1967-ca1968, lateron: Northampton/Mass. Mimeographed, stapled in pictorial covers. Added: Nos. 16 and 18. All numbers in excellenty clean condition, unmarked (on a small pencil scratch on cover of no 10 and discard stamp on no 4). Not in Fonds Destribats.

EUR 2,800.00

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Rare early Paris editions of this periodical published by the 'Sand Project Press'. The magazine lateron moved to the US (Northampton, Mass) and lasted through 23 issues (but 20 and 21 never published). . Contributions by Ted Berrigan, Tom Raworth, John Stanton, Andrew Crozier, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warh, Ted Greenwald.Ron Padgett, Larry Fagin, Christine Grodzcki, George Tysh, and many others. Covers Carl Schurer, Boltanski, Jeff Nuttall, David Batchelder, Ed Hill, Sarkis, Michael Brownstein, Samuel Buri.

[#20100]

CAHIER / KAHIER X & Telex

Driemaandelijks tijdschrift.

0-Nummer 1953 (Cahier van de Nevelvlek), then becoming Het Cahier: Ns. 1-34 (all published,a no 35 announced but probably not published). Antwerpen, Berchem. 1954-1970, together with the 4 specials: Vincent Van Gogh Special (at the occasion of the Antwerp Exhibition May/June 1955) and 3 unnumbered special issues (Dante 1965, Nieuwe Tanks 1965, Andere Facetten 1967). All publ. Various sizes, unbound as issued. Added: Telex. Polemische notities en tussentijdse informatie (mimeographed) april 1963 tot en met juli 1965: 18 issues (complete). Together 53 numbers (of 54). All in the original wrappers, good condition.

EUR 6,000.00

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Complete set. ( including the Zero-number, the number 35 may never have been published) of this important literary and artistic periodical ( including the Zero-number, the number 35 may never have been published). It was advocating experimental, visual, dynamic poetry. Originally published from the cultural society "De Nevelvlek, kulturele Vereniging (Honorary president: Dré Sans). Frequently changing editors, title becomes HET KAHIER with number 8,1957 and subtitle changes a number of times: Driemaandelijks tijdschrift voor veristische tendenties; Aliliteratuur: Internationaal georiënteerd tijdschrift voor experimentelen. Editors/founders: J. Christiaens, Fernand van der Auwera, Huges C. Pernath, E. Bergen, J. Ceulemans, H. Crève, F.H, de Wispekaere, A. Peel, Hugo Raes, Ben Klein,Fr de Vree, Th. Koenig, Han Mouleyn, Gerd Segers, M. Bogaers a.o. Dré Sans, honorary editor for some numbers. Jef Verheyen publishes his Manifest "Essentialisme" in 1959. In no 4 caricatures of the editors by Cabra. Illustrations: WOODCUTS by Josef Peters(in no 11, which is the Special Milan issue), Jan Dries, J. Klein, Dré Bogaerts, Bert de Leeuw, Ray Giles, Paul Ausloos,; other ills by Sordini, Fontana (in Milan issue) Vedova; Photographs by Segers in #25. The Zero Number appeared in 1953 as Cahier van de Nevelvlek. No. 27 is a cover with 4 postcards (de Wispelaere and Segers), No. 26 special Klaus Ugdahl.In 1963/1965 apeared annex: No 29/30 "Pathologische editie (XXX Int. FRO Congress,1967). Telex, ed. Hatty Jonkheer, Ben Klein (=de Wispelaere, a.o.). 0-nr. Cahier van de Nevelvlek (1953) Het Cahier nr 1 (1954) tot en met 6-7 (1956) + extra Van Gogh nr (1955) buiten reeks Het Kahier nr 8 (1957) tot en met 20 (1962) Het Kahier X nr 21 (1963) tot en met 25 (1966) vanaf hier gestencild (m.u.v. nr. 27, 31 en 34): Het Kahier X Dante-nummer (1965) buiten reeks Het Kahier X Nieuwe tanks (1965) buiten reeks Het Kahier X nr. 26 Special Klaus Ugdahl (1966) Het Kahier X nr. 27 vier prentbriefkaarten met gestempelde gedichten (1966) Het Kahier X nr. 28 Pohesie & Politie (1966) Het Kahier X nr. 29-30 Tumours and other beriberis (1967) (cover slightly soiled, oterwise fine). Het Kahier X nr. 31 Opaal nummer (1967) gedrukt Het Kahier X Andere Facetten (1967) buiten reeks Het Kahier X nr. 32 The booklet Boem Boem (1968) Het Kahier X nr. 33 (1969) Het Kahier X nr. 34 Roadf (1970) 35 not present (was it published?) Telex. Polemische notities en tussentijdse informatie (gestencild) april 1963 tot en met juli 1965: 18 afleveringen (compleet).

[#20468]

CAMELS COMING ! (I THINK I HEAR CAMELS COMING)

Nos. 1-8/9 (all publ.). Reno/Nev., Aug. 1965 - Dec. 1966. Original wrappers (minimal staining). - Together with second series: Camels Coming Newsletter Nos. 1-5. May 1972. ca.1975. Side folded magazine. - Togeher with: The Camels Hump 1-5 (complete).[1966-1967]. - Together with: Ghost Dance 25 (Spring - Summer 1975) - Special Dada Issue, a Collaboration of Ghost Dance and Camels Coming. Fox, Hugh, and Richard Morris (eds.), 8vo, 44pp, stapled wrappers. Scarce collaborative issue of Ghost Dance (with Camels Coming), includes highly experimental work by Opal L. Nations, Dick Higgins, Robert Bringhurst, et al. Cover (and center spread) appear to depict an early appearance by Vincent Trasov (Mr. Peanut) and Anna Banana.

EUR 1,800.00

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Camels Coming was a small literary magazine published in the mid to late 1960's by Richard Morris. Morris who has established himself in the arena of alternative presses and websites is also a poet. He also published Camels Hump coincident with Camels Coming, and started Camels Coming Press. Camels Coming Press published works by Charles Bukowski and Hugh Fox, among others. Later, Morris became the executive director of COSMEP (Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers). Douglas Blazek, Carol Berge, Al Young, Theodore Enslin, Margaret Randall, Richard Krech, T. L. Kryss

[#21255]

CAPS.A

Revista objeto

Nos 1-4, 1982-1983 (of 7 publshed). Artists’ multiple/periodica (Revista objecto) l in octagonal shaped cardboard boxes, 20 x 20 cm, with colour printed title label on top lid. Includes loose sheets, poem objects and collages of various materials made to fit the box by various contributors. Produced in an edition of 400. The magazine existed from 1982-1985, 7 issues were released in total. Edited by the Cattelan artist’ collective of poets, painters and sculptors Lola Albarracín, J.M.Calleja, Jordi Cuyàs and Jaume Simon. Apparantly each issue was released on a special (public) location and distributed for free. Minimal denting on the box of No.3, moderate browning on tops of No.2 and No.4. Overall the multiples are in very good condition.

EUR 2,000.00

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Includes: CAPS.A. 1 (Presentacio), numbered edition 306/400. Contributors: Lola Albarracín, J.M.Calleja, Jordi Cuyàs and Jaume Simon. Copy 306/400. Presented on April 24 1982 at the Municipal Museum of Mataró by Josep Maria Rovira Brull. CAPS.A. 2 (Trencaclosques), numbered edition 175/400. Contributors Lola Albarracín, J.M.Calleja, Jordi Cuyàs i Jaume Simon. Presented on June 26 1982 at the Plaza Mayor de Vic and on July 24 1982 at Plaza Santa Anna de Mataró. CAPS.A. 3 (Reflexos), numbered edition 037/400. Participants Benítez, J.M.Calleja, Jordi Cuyàs i Jaume Simon.Presented on November 19 1982 at the Reading Center of Reus by Pere Anguera. CAPS.A. 4 (Zas), numbered edition 210/440. This multiple does not feature a cardboard box like the former issues, but as a leporello in the same octagonal shape, held together by a pink ribbon. It folds out to 200 cm. Participants: M. dels Àngels Ballbé, Benítez, Pere Boix, Genís Cano, Jordi Catafal, Eduard Comabella, Joan FontRegàs, Nefer, Tonia Passola, Martí Peran, Feliu Plasencia, Ernest Puig, JASarmiento, Pep Segon, Poetic Text Group and Gustavo Vega. Presented on April 22 1983 at Can Xammar, Mataró.

[#21199]

CLEAR CREEK

The Enviromental Viewpoint.

Nubers 1-18 (all published) Jensen Pennfield, ed. San Francisco: Clear Creek Associates, 1971-72. 29 x 22 cm., in sheets till no 9, then stapled. On newsprint, b/w and colour added; in excellent condition.

EUR 2,800.00

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A magazine for the ecology movement, very early statement of ecological consciousness, possibly the first magazine of it;s kind. With interesting design and artwork, the concept of the magazine intended to follow the idea Rolling Stone. A broad variety of articles and features on the subject. All these still highly actual in the present days. Contributions by Stewart Brand, Gary Snyder, Michael McClure, Charles Simic, Gino August Sky, Robert Redford, Pete Seeger, Orvelle Schell, John Brandi,articles on Paolo Soleri, Constantinos Doxiadis, Biodactics, Black Ecology, population control, cycling New York the Stockholm Conference, etc.

[#19295]

CODE

Nos. 1-10 (all published). Amsterdam, 1983-1989. In the original illustrated wrappers, 4to., Rare complete set with the art supplements to nos.1-8 (9 and 10 had no supplements in this edition).

EUR 3,500.00

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Amsterdam based art magazine with a fresh presentation of upcoming artists in the 1980s. Edited by Waling Boers, Martin van Vreden and Dirk van Weelden. Ten issues were published between 1983 and 1989, in a limited edition between 250 to 450 copies,numbers 1-8 housing an original signed silkscreen supplement or photocopied artists’ contribution. This set includes these original serigraphies, some folding out, included in the issues, some unfolded. No. 1: folding screenprint b/w by Frank van den Broek (monogr.FB83) No. 2: screenprint in colour by Peer Veneman (monogr. PV 84),and photocopy by Rob van Koningsbruggen (RvK 84) No. 3: folding screenprint Martin van Vreden, and folding colour copy by Günther Forg (e.a.Forg,985) No. 4: folding screenprint, b/w, by Rob Scholte, entitled "Olympia", but title changed by the artist in "Utopia", signed Rob Scholte 1985 No. 5: screenprint in colour by René Daniels (monogr. RD 86) No. 6: screenprint in colour by Han Schuil, and folded poster by K.Michel. No. 7: screenprint b/w, signed by Jiri Dokoupil; No. 8: folding screenprint b/w, signed, by Ton van Summeren (+1 extra, not folded) No. 9: has no art supplement (which only appeared in a de-luxe version, by Peter Schuyff) No. 10: no art supplement was published.

[#21099]

COMMONPRESS

Collection of 31 numbers of COMMONPRESS, a Mail Art project initiated in 1977 by the Polish artist Pawel Petasz, based on the concept of an art magazine with a floating editorship. Each issue was compiled by a different editor who circulated a call in the Mail Art network naming a special theme for the coming issue. In turn each contributor was encouraged to edit, print, and distribute a future periodical on a specific theme. During the thirteen years of the magazine’s history 32 numbers were actually published between Nos.1 to 56. The numbering is very erratic, and not always in chronological order. Issue No.7 was never published, the concluding issue No. 100 was published in 1989. 27 numbers are offered in this collection. Most issues were collated and printed low budget, comprising of Xeroxed sheets with some original additions. The edition size of Commonpress varied and is largely unknown, only the cited (numbered) edition size is mentioned in the list of offered issues. Pawel Petasz was the magazine’s coordinator until 1981. Martial law in Poland rendered this role impossible, hence his task was taken over by G. X. Jupitter-Larsen from Canada. The list of Commonpress editors feature a stunning 'who's who' from the international Mail Art community including Peter Below, Guy Bleus, Ulises Carrión, Adriano Spatola and Giulia Niccolai, Klaus Groh, Aart van Barneveld, Guy Schraenen, G. E. Marx Vigo, Vittore Baroni, Johan van Geluwe, György Galántai and Júlia Klaniczay et al.

EUR 28,000.00

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- No.1, Dec. 1977. Pawel Petasz. Arrière-Garde, Elblag, Poland. - No.2, March 1978, Open and Closed. Ko de Jonge. Key-Art editions, Middelburg, The Netherlands - No.3, 1978, Eroticsm and Art. Peter Below. Kitzingen, Germany. - No.5, 1978, Box, Boxing, Boxers. Ulises Carrion. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. - No.6, August 1978, Ideas on Wheels. Carioca. San Francisco, USA - No.8, Nov 1978, Positive-Negative. Hans Brög, Thomas Grünfeld and Hermann Sturm. Bergisch-Gladbach, Germany. - No.11, Dec 1978, Diary. Tommy Mew. Mt.Berry, Georgia, USA. - No.12, January 1979, White Lies. Robin Crozier. Sunderland Polytechnic, Sunderland, England. - No.15, 1979, Selfportraits. Aart van Barneveld. Stempelplaats, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. - No.16, 1979, Artists' Postage Stamps. Guy Schraenen. Antwerp, Belgium. - No.18, August 1979, Nudes on Stamps. E.F.Higgins III. Doo-Da Post, New York, USA. - No.19, 1979, Pigeons of Freedom. G.E. Marx Vigo. La Plata, Argentinia. - No.22, Oct 1979, You Can Know More Than You Can Tell. Steven Durland. Amherst, Massachusetts, USA. - No.23, 1979, Political Satire: Post Scriptum. Vittore Baroni. Forte dei Marmi, Italy. - No.25, Jan 1980, Ruins. Jane Ellen Gilmor. Cedar Rapids, USA - No.26, Feb 1980, Zen and Art. Nicola Frangione. Monza, Italy. - No.28, October 1981, Drawing Activity. Andrzej Wielgosz . Poznan, Poland. - No.32, August 1980. Areas of Artists’ Activities/Künstlerische Arbeitsfelder. Gebhard Eirich. Wulle Konsumkunst, Cologne, Germany. - No.33, July 1980, Meanwhile. Russell Butler. Gurdon, Arkansas USA. - No.36, 1980, Idea & Communication. Günther Ruch. Geneva, Switzerland. - No.39, 1981, Homosexuality. Christoph Machert. MachArt kunstproduktion, Witten, Germany - No.41,1983, Mutual Illumination. Bernhard Suin de Boutemard, Lindenfels/Odenwald, Germany. - No.46, 1982. Photoboothpicture/ Automatenfotos. Angelika Schmidt. Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany. - Call sheet for No.47, 1981, Material Metamorphosis. Postcard mailed by Chuck Welch (editor No.47) from Omaha Nebraska USA to Peter Below in Kitzinger Germany. - No.48, 1982, Selfexamination. Carsten Schmidt-Olsen. Djørring, Denmark. - Call sheet for No.50, 1982, Synthesism. Postcard sent by R. Walsh (editor No.50) from Gulport, Florida to Klaus Groh in Germany. - No. 51, 1984/1989, International Hungary. Gyorgy Galantai. Artpool, Budapest, Hungary. - No.53, 1984, The Dictionary. Klaus Peter-Fürstenau. Frankfurt am Main, Germany. - No.55, March 1984, Mail Art About Mail Art. John Held jr. Richland College, Dallas, Texas, USA. - No.56, September 1984, C.P. 56/ Microfiche catalogue. Guy Bleus. Stedelijk Museum het Toreke, Tienen, Belgium. - No.64, 1986. Ein Berliner im Pariser; wenn Mail-artisten kalauern. Peter Küstermann. Minden, Germany

[#16527]

CONTOUR QUARTERLY

Nos. 1-4 all publ.). Berkeley, April 1947-1949. Original wrappers, in generaly good condition ( except for vol. 4 which is worn along the yapped top edge, and has a one inch tear down the spine from the crown),

EUR 800.00

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Rare complete set of this important little magazine, produced by Christopher (and Norma) Maclaine in conjunction with his early poetry collections and slightly later experimental films. No 1: Robert Duncan, Jack Spicer, Philip Lamantia, Bern Porter. No 2: Rexroth, Levertov, Patchen, Crews. No 3: Zahn, Joyce ("Ibsen's New Drama"), Mason Jordan Mason. No 4: Patchen, Lamantia, Corman. All are printed letterpress, Includes two color silkscreen covers, number 4 was entirely handset, printed and bound by Christopher and Norma Maclaine.

[#18700]

THE DICK

An occasional newspaper of observation, literature and commentary (truth, rectitude, honor & knowledge).

Vol. 1 no 1 (all published). NY Lower East Side, 1967 [Fuck You Press], [1967]. . Folio, newspaper size, 8 pages, with illustrations, printed on white paper (faint fold due to mailing across, small chip at fold, very light toning and soilage only, else sound and complete).

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited and largely written by Ed Sanders, although it does not carry the Fuck You imprint. On the front page in headlines: POET TED BERRIGAN TEACHES PARROT TO SCARF COCK. Contributions by Ted Berrigan, Michael McClure etc. Two full pages contain the comic 'The adventures of Supersnatch' (copyright 1967 Ed Sanders), and other content of a provocative and explicit nature.Not in FUG YOU, but long attributed to Sanders, the giveaway reveals itself: "A newspaper of truth, rectitude, honor & knowledge created, published & edited by an anonymous spur-Phantom at a secret location in the lower East Side, New York City, U.S.A." . (Clay & Phillips, p. 167)

[#21212]

DRAKABYGGARNA: Exposition Internationale d’Ete du Bauhaus Situationniste.

Original advertising poster with printed linocut and text on brown paper, 31.5 x 43 cm, folded once, announcing the exhibition at Galerie St. Nicolaus in Vejbystrand, Sweden from June 22-July 14 1963. This summer show for the newly-founded Bauhaus Situationniste included a large number of artists who were expelled from the SI in 1962.

EUR 400.00

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Featured artists listed on the bottom part of the poster are Jørgen Nash, Hardy Strid, Jens Jørgen Thorsen, Manfred Laber, Ambrosius Fjord (Asger Jorn’s horse), Heimrad Prem, Royston Adzak, Jacqueline de Jong, Helmut Sturm Hans-Peter Zimmer, Allan Nordmark, Bjorn Rosendahl, Mette Aarre, Lena Ewert, Jesper Solling, Gordon Fazakerley, Roy Lindkvist and Ansgar Elde. There’s an added signature below the linocut which looks like ‘Strid’, but this could not be verified. The linocut is most probably designed by Jørgen Nash. Fine rare item in very good condition.

[#14554]

EPHEMERIS (Originally CASSIOPEIA)

Nos 1-3 (all publ.). San Francisco, Cranium Prerss, ca.1960's Size (h/w): 27,9 x 21,6 cm. No. 3 in tabloid format. Original illustrated wrappers. No. 1-2 stapled together in left upper corner. Near fine. TOGETHER WITH Cassiopeia 1 (I; 1967) New York: Lewis Ellingham, 1967. 1st edition. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket (as issued). 8vo, 20pp, printed wrappers. Unmarked copy, a bit of staining and wear to covers.

EUR 400.00

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Poetry magagazine from the 70's with contributions by Olson, Hoyem, Bromige, Kyger, Persky, Moore, Wieners a.o. Edited by David Schaff. Artwork in no. 3 by Robert La Vigne, Daniel Moore. Ephemeris provides some insight into the magazine scene that developed in and around Jack Spicer’s San Francisco. Throughout all three issues, poems are dedicated to Spicer and written in the Spicerian manner. Poets who played in Spicer’s shadows, like Ellingham, Persky and Stanley, are represented throughout its pages, as is Frank O’Hara, Ebbe Borregaard, Joanne Kyger, and Charles Olson. Ephemeris II features a map on the cover and Issue one has an astrological chart. The magazine is truly a chart and a map of late 1960s San Francisco and the vestiges of the Spicer Circle (Birmingham). For example, Ephemeris features several advertisements for what is now a lost book culture: Serendipity and Dave Haselwood Books for example. The third issue switches to a newspaper format with pieces on Merlin, the Birth of Venus and the Apocalypse accompanied by numerous illustrations and drawings by Robert LaVigne and Daniel Moore.

[#15826]

EUROPAEISCHE AVANTGARDE

Galerie d zeigt europeaische avantgarde.

Ausstellung in der Schwanenhalle des Römers zu Frankfurt a/m vom 9. Jlui zum 11. August 1963. Orig cardcovers; ab. 160 pages, with ab. 100 b/w photoillustrations. Lifght stain to the left corner of the front cover; otherwise a very good copy.

EUR 400.00

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Catalogue, compiled and with an introduction by E. Simmat. Shows work by Aubertin, H. de Vries, Fontana, Manzoni, Yves Klein, H. de Veries, Girke, Goepfert, Graubner, Luther, Macke, Meegert, Munari, Piene, A. Rainer, D. Roth, Jan Schoonhovern, Tinguely, Uecker, J. Verheyen.

[#16638]

THE EVERYDAY THEATRE BULLETIN

(all and only number published). NY: A New/Kinda Theatre Company [c. 1965]. [92 pp]. In very good condition, in side-stapled wrappers, with uneven light tanning to covers. 36x21,5 cm. Printed by mimeograph at Ed Sanders' Peace-Eye Book Store.

EUR 500.00

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Edited by Jerry Benjamin. Contributions by Allen Ginsberg, Diane Di Prima, Gerard Malanga , Baby Jane Holzer (a Warhol superstar), and editor Benjamin, who co-directed with Warhol. Very rare.

[#16932]

FLASH ART (after no. 92/93 International / English Edition)

The International Arts Review.

Nos. 15 - 185 (January 1970 - December 1995). This set not bound, as issued, till no. 41 in tabloïd size, then the magazine format. is adopted. All original pictorial wrappers preserved, the tabloids in good clean condition. ( Except for no.17/ 18, which is a photocopy, all these issues are in the ORIGINAL IMPRINT). - Added: Flash Art Information sheet, edizione speciale 7 febbraio 1974 in occasione della mostra (The Openbing of the Fash Art Information Center

EUR 2,500.00

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A very good, clean, unmarked set spanning twenty five years of this fundamental magazine for contemporary art, edited by Giancarlo Politi. In this almost pristine condition the various thematic issues are very suitable for exhibition purposes: Features on Venice Biennale, Documenta, USSR, Post-conceptual Romantism, Danger in Art, Fluxus, and many other special themes.; contribs. are in Italian, English, French and German. The set includes 'Heute Kunst' Nos. 19-26. After nos. 93 there are two editions, (Italian, and English) and this is the english edition.

[#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).

[#20771]

Lucio FONTANA

Museumjournaal, serie 9, no 5/6.COVER design, with punched holes, by FONTANA. Stichting Kunstpublicaties, Otterlo,1958/59. Softcover, frontcover with punched holes and signed in print by Fontana, the perforations done by Jan Henderikse and Henk Peeters on a design by Fontana. A very important number as this was at the same time an important Zero/Nul issue with " Yves Klein-blue"" opening page. Very well preserved, unmarked and untrimmed clean copy.

EUR 1,000.00

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With contributions by H. de Vries, Henk Peeters(on Zero/Nul)Hans Sleutelaar, W.A.L.Beerens (on Armando). (Ruhe/Rigo Fontana Bibl., p. 205)

[#20825]

FRIENDLY LOCAL PRESS

Nos. 1-7 (all publ.). New York, 1969-1971.Mimeographed magazine, later issues offset. 30x22,8 (first 3 issues, then redusing to 27,5x21,3cm.; stapled in the left margin, first 3 numbers with overlaying wrappers edge- damage and loosening in the spine; later issues in excellent condition.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Louis Rowan. Conributions by Robert Kelly, Jerome Rothenberg, Joel Oppenheimer, David Antin, Eleanor Antin, Theodore Enslin, Larry Eigner, Christine La Belle, Michael Palmer, Enslin, George Oppen, Paul Blackburn, Diane Wakoski, Gilbert Sorrentino, Russell Edson, Anselm Hollo a.o. Artwork by Karl W. Stueklen (also erotic drawings), Glenda Arentzen, Basil King,Stephanie Rowan.

[#19160]

FURORE

Nos. 1-24 (last publ.) Together with the four pre-publication issues which were numbered as Minus-numbers -5, -4, -3, and -1/-2. Amsterdam, 6 June 1975-Winter 2000-2019. Together 28 issues, in the original pictorial wrappers.

EUR 1,200.00

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Rare complete, Piet Schreuders production. Dutch avant-garde art & literary periodical, ed. by Aart Clerkx, Laurie Langenbach, Franka van der Loo, Piet Schreuders, important for its innovative design. Literary contribs. include W.F. Hermans (prepublication of 'Onder Professoren'), Campert, Heeresma, Komrij, Schippers, Carmiggelt. Design & ills. by A. Clerkx, Piet Schreuder, a.o.

[#20440]

Galerie URSULA LICHTER. Frankfurt

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

EUR 800.00

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

[#17180]

GOLDEN GOOSE

Numbers 1, 2, 3 (Columbus,Ohio; Summer 1948-June 1949). Golden Goose Press. Continued: Series 3: (Nos. 1-4); Series 4: (Nos.5-6); then (Series 5): No. 7. Golden Goosepress, Sausalito, California. 1951-April 1954. All issues in the original wrappers, in very good to fine condition (only ser3 no 3 with very light soilage). Together 10 physical issues. Untrimmed.

EUR 700.00

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Edited by Richard Wirtz Emerson and Frederick W. Eckman. With contributions from Robert Creeley, Charles Olson, Amy Middleton, Leslie Woolf Hedley, Harold G. Miller, Martin S. Dworkin, Philip Murray, Meade Harwell, Kenneth Patchen, Henry Rago, Leslie Woolf. Vol. 3 no 4 is Special Norman Macleod Issue. We have been unable to determine if in fact any issues were published between number 3 and series 3.

[#17521]

GRIST

The Low Camp Mag from Kansas.

Lawrence, KS: Grist, 1968. Unnumbered issue, (? )Lawrence, Kansas. n.d. but from circa 1968. b/w selfwrappers; 38 pages, quarto. Exellent condition

EUR 400.00

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Art and poetry magazine edited and published by John Fowler. Associate editor: George Kimball, contributing editor Charles Plymell. Contributions by Kent Taylor, Alan Russo, Jeff Nuttall, Bukowski, Huncke, Bob Branaman and much more. With illustrations by Steve Wilson, assemblages by Nuttall, photographs and artwork by Charles Plymell, Dion Wright, Ralph Ackerman, etc.

[#21272]

GRIST

The Low Camp Mag from Kansas.

Number 8. Lawrence: Abington Book Shop (1966). First edition. 4to. 36 pp. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Prints d.a. levy’s poems “Himeros” and “for a rainy day.” Also work by Crews, Ginsberg, Creeley, Irby,

EUR 400.00

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Editors were John Fowler with George Kimball and Charles Plymell. This nuber contain d.a. levy’s poems “Himeros” and “for a rainy day.” Also work by Crews, Ginsberg, Creeley, Irby, McClure, and many others.

[#21332]

HAPPENING NEWS (Panamarenko)

Numbers 1 and 3 Plus The Subscription Flyer: Antwerp 1965: Published by Panamarenko and others from the Antwerp Happening Scene. According to the Bibliography included in Happening & Fluxus, Materialien, Koelnischer Kunstverein 1970, there were 6 issues published, nos. 4-6 under a different title (Milkyways). details see below:

EUR 2,400.00

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-Number 1 - (Blue issue): WHAT'S HAPPENING. 16 pages. 4to. mimeographed/photocopied in blue, in a very small edition, with original artwork stapled under plastic covers, produced and published in Antwerp September 1965 by Panamarenko, Hugo Heyrman, Wout Vercammen and occasionally Yoshio Nakajima -Number 3. - (Orange issue): UNUEBERTROFFENE ORIGINAL. 18 pages. 4to. (this issue with Yoshio Nakajima) mimeographed/photocopied in a very small edition, with original artwork stapled under plastic covers, produced and published in Antwerp October 1965 by Panamarenko, Hugo Heyrman, Wout Vercammen and occasionally Yoshio Nakajima- -SUBSCRIPTION FLYER, PRINTED RECTO ONLY Antwerpen, The artist's, 1965. 7 x 13,7 cm ( Panamarenko, Wout Vercammen, Hugo Heyman en Yoshio Nakajima} Complete with the tear-off portion that was to be filled out and used by future subscribers. VERY RARE

[#15776]

image (Hans-Peter Feldmann)

No. 1. 1979 (all published). InK, Halle für internationale neue Kunst (MGB), Zürich, Switzerland (Distributed in Düsseldorf). Tabloïd, 12 pages, on newprint. (folded, with slight wear and discoloration over the folds, ownership-stamp of Henk Peeters in right upper corner). With exclusively large photographic illustrations (some full-page).

EUR 1,200.00

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Selfpublished photographic artist periodical by Hans-Peter Feldmann in Düsseldorf. Printed in Switzerland. This number dedicated to Steve Laurence.

[#15302]

INTERIM PAD

Number 1 (all publ.). San Francisco (City Lights Bookstore), 1967. Roneotyped on yellow stock,one-sided, stapled.

EUR 300.00

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Edited by Lawrence Ferlighetti, with contibutions by Allen Ginsberg ("Two Entries One Day's Journals" and "Henri Michaux "), Bob Kaufman, Spyros Meimarias, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Carl Salomon, Claude Pelieu, Mendes Monsanto, etc. Editorial policy is "Fuck for Peace, Legalize Marijuana, Rock Folk, Demystify Human Violence, Super-Impose Images of Ecstasy. 'What is here is Elsewhere, what is not here is Nowhere".

[#21298]

INTREPID

Nos. 1-24. New York, 1964 - Summer/Fall 1972. 4to; unbd., mimeographed white paper, from no. 5 onwards stapled in coloured original wrappers; light soilage to all issues and no. 5 dampstaine Together with the final issues of the publication: Nos. 39-41 (=last number published). : Bill Williams and Flossie's Special. [ From the library of Denise Levertov, this being her copy of which she is a contributing author; signed by her at the top of the title page.] illustrated soft covef. 19x14cm, 112pp., with a few b/w photo reproductions throughout

EUR 2,800.00

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Founded and edited by Allen De Loach and Will Inman, with contribs. of Ginsberg, Orlovsky, Blackburn, R.A. Wilson, Burroughs, Whalen, Sanders, Huncke, Wiener, di Prima, Bukowski, Blazak, Enslin, Kupferberg, Berrigan, Wakoski a.o. No. 23/24 contains Index to Nos. 1-20. The first four numbers were ab. 20 pages each, stapled without wrappers; starting with no. 5 the pages are stapled in wrappers; No. 5 (our copy a bit dampstained) is the 1st Anniversary Issue, with cover by Brion Gysin; No.13 (on smaller size) is: We are all Poets, really, by Walter Lowenfels; No. 14 is Special Burrough Issue and No. 17 on smaller size) is: Of Love, abiding Love, by Jerome Mazzaro (both on smaller size); No. 20 is at the same time Floating Bear No. 38; No. 21/22 is Special Cosmep Conference Issue; Publication went on till no. 39/41,1980. (Secret Location, p. 281).

[#20894]

IZ

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

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

EUR 500.00

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

[#14805]

LINES

Nos. 1-6 (all publ.). New York, Sept. 1964-Nov. 1965. Original pictorial wrappers, stapled in spine; 4to.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Aram Saroyan. Poetry, prose, and visual material by established avant-garde writers and artists, 'minimal' or 'concrete' poets, and young members of the so-called 'New York School' of poets. Contribs. incl. William Burroughs, Charles Olson, Fieldong Dawson, Andy Warhol, Ted Berrigan, Dom Sylvester Houdeard, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Tom Veitch, Philip Whalen, John Furnival, Dick Gallup, a.o. Rare complete set.

[#12094]

LITHOPINION

The graphic arts and public affairs journal of Local One, Amalgamated Lithographers of America.

Vol. 1-10 no. 3 ( all published, comprising nos.1-39). New York, 1965-1975. Original pictorial wrappers, various sizes; numerous illustrations.

EUR 1,800.00

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Interesting survey of U.S. grapic art in the sixties and seventes. Remarkable production which could not be subscribed to but was distributed to the membership of Local One and 'to the community of free minds', leaders of opinion, educators and users of the graphic arts. The final issue contains both "An irreverent history of jigsaw puzzles", also an article on Roman Vishniac's photomicroscopy. Editorial chair: Edward Swayduck, editor: Eobert Sherrill, art director: Robert Hallock.

[#20576]

THE LITTLE REVIEW

A Quarterly Journal of Art and Letters/ Literature, drama, music, art.

Vol. 1 no 1 (March 1914) - Vol. 12 no 2 (May 1929, Final number). Chicago, New York, Paris, 1914-1929. Complete set of 88 issues in unusually good condition. Most issues are very good to near fine, with only few exceptions when for financial constraints cheaper paper had to be used, which inevitably caused that a few numbers (mostly around vols. 4-5, 1918) are weak and occasionally lightly damaged. The set as a whole is in very good condition, some numbers variably show light traces of humidity, but many numbers (in particular the important special numbers on larger size, starting with vol. 8) are near mint. The whole is housed in 7 uniform custom slipcases.

EUR 85,000.00

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“Making no compromise with the public taste” was the motto of this American avant-garde periodical, edited by Margaret Anderson, later on joined by Ezra Pound as European editor. Together they turned the “Little Review” into a truly international vanguard publication for the arts and letters. A magazine that featured a wide variety of transatlantic modernists and cultivated many early examples of experimental writing and art. Contributors were American, British, Irish and French Modernists. In addition to publishing a variety of international literature, the Little Review printed early examples of Surrealist artwork and Dadaism. It showed sympathy to feminism and anarchism (Emma Goldman collaborated and raised a scandal with the May 1914 issue). Anderson looked out for such controversial work but for lack of sufficient material published in 1916 a Blank Pages issue as a “Want Ad”. The journal has become best known for the first serialized appearance of James Joyce’s “Ulysses”, of which Episodes 1-14 are consecutively contained in the issues between 1918-1920. This resulted in a (second) trial for obscenity and helped to establish the journal’ reputation. A first obscenity trial occurred some years earlier when the Post Master refused distribution of the October 1917 issue for a story by Wyndham Lewis. In its history the journal was often criticized and threatened in its existence, such as for the sexually explicit writings of Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven (her photograph Sept/Dec 1920 by Man Ray). There were a number of special issues, such as 'A study of french modern poets', 'An American Number' and issues dedicated to Henry James (with essays about him by Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot a.o.), Remy de Gourmont, W.H. Hudson. In 1923 the editors travelled to Paris, and between 1925 and 1929 Heap became the new editor. Then the journal started to publish more art in addition to literature (2 expositions organised: Machine Age and Intl.Theatre Exposition in NY). There were elaborately produced important special numbers in this period (which are in particularly very good condition contained in the set): Special issue: Brancusi, Picabia, Joseph Stella, Exiles (the Paris avant-garde), Juan Gris, an issue for Van Doesburg/I.K.Bonset, American and the Frernch Surrealists a.o. Work of the following artists is reproduced: Stanislaw Szukalski, William Saphier, Osip Zadkine, Jean de Bosschere, Stuart Davies, Man Ray (various photographs), Hans Arp, Atkinson, de Bosschere, Duchamp, Max Erst, Léger, Joseph Stella,and others. Literary contributions and essays by: James Joyce, Tristan Tzara, Francis Picabia, Apollinaire, Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein, Conrad Aiken, Malcolm Cowley, Louis Lozowick, Jean de Bossschere, Arthur Winthrop, Dorothy Richardson, Marianna Moore, William Butler Yeats, Ribemont Dessaignes, T.S. Elliot, Margaret Anderson,Helen Hoyt, Lupo de Braila, sherwood Anderson, Marjory Siefert, Alexander Kaun, Arthur Symons, Eunice Tietjens,Emma Crane, Hart Crane, Wyndham Lewis, Maxwell Bodenheim, William C. Williams, Giovanni Papini, Emannuel Carnevali a.o. Drawings by Stuart Davies, Max Weber, Jerome Blum, Marie Laurencin, De Segonzac, et al. The final issue of this controversial and notorious literary magazine contained confessions and letters from 62 leading writers and artists of the period, including James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, Sherwood Anderson, Jean Cocteau, T. S. Eliot, Havelock Ellis, Ford Madox Ford, Andre Gide, Emma Goldman, Ben Hecht, Moholy-Nagy, Ezra Pound, Edith Sitwell, Gertrude Stein, William Carlos Williams, a.o., the questions were criticised with Tristan Tzara replying "What the fuck are you doing ?" Publication sequence as follows: Vol.1, Nos.1-11 (March-December, 1914, and January-February, 1915); Vol.2, Nos.1-10 (March-December, 1915, and January-February, 1916); Vol.3, Nos.1-10 (March-November, 1916, and January-April, 1917); Vol.4, Nos.1-8 (May-December, 1917); [Vol. 5-6]January-December, 1918...erroneously numbered]; [January-December, 1919...erroneously numbered]; Vol.6, Nos.9-11 (January, March-April, 1920); Vol.7, Nos.1-4 (May-June, July-August, September-December, 1920, and January-March, 1921); Vol.8, Nos.1-2 (Autumn, 1921 & Spring, 1922); Vol.9, Nos.1-4 (Autumn & Winter, 1922 & Spring and Autumn-Winter, 1923); Vol.10, Nos.1-2 (Spring-Summer, 1924 & Autumn-Winter, 1924-25); Vol.11, Nos.1-2 (Spring & Winter, 1925); Vol.12, Nos.1-2 (Spring-Summer, 1926 & Spring [May], 1929 - the Final Number) . It seems that there has been a supplement to this last number (not included in the set) as an Editorial by Margaret Anderson and tentatively numbered as 12 No.3 (May 1929).

[#21292]

LOST GENERATION JOURNAL

Numbers 1-24 (all publ., also mumbered as Volume 1-10) May, 1973, 1990 ( lacking only Volume IX, Number 1, Spring / Summer, 1989 , Issue 22) , All in original printed wraps, very light general wear-only, all issues bright and clean. Scarce.

EUR 1,800.00

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Near complete run of the journal about Americans in Paris in the 1920s and 30s. Features many articles on Hemingway including Hemingway in Florida (Vol. 1., no. 1), the special Sports Issue (Vol 1, no. 2), and Salute to Writers in the WW I Ambulance Corps (Vol 5, no. 2). Other issues focus on writers such as Pound, Dos Passos, Miller, Cowley, Cummings, the Crosbys, and many others. From the editor, "LGJ greets you and comes upon the scene with hopes of fulfilling a mission. LGJ's mission is to trace the steps of Lost Generation people, to stimulate the survivors into further expression, and to strive for the creation of an archival holding worthy of a great era." Also numbered as:Volumes 1 and 5 complete in two numbers. None published 1984-1986. Volume 8, number 2 (winter 1988-89)-volume X (1990) also called issues 21-24.

[#14678]

THE MARIJUANA NEWSLETTER

Published by New York City LEMAR as a public service, to disseminate information toward the legalization of Marijuana.

Nos. 1-2 (all published). New York: Lemar, 30 January 1965- 15 March 1965. Quarto. Mimeographed stapled self-wrappers. A very good set. Number 1 near fine, Number 2 slighly faded around the edges, couple of minuscule tears and faintlyt dog eared leaft upper corner,, but a very nice copy.

EUR 3,500.00

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Edited by Ed. Sanders. Mimeographed magazine from New York City LEMAR (an early organization for the reform of marijuana laws). "The MARIJUANA NEWSLETTER will print position papers, medical testimonies & general information about the campaign to legalize marijuana. We shall agitate! We shall print the data. We have the facts about marijuana, the gentle benevolent herb." Edited by Randolfe Wicker, Ed Sanders, Peter Orlovsky and C.T. Smith. Published by Sander's Fuck You Press (although the Fuck You imprint does not appear). Prints a long text by Burroughs. "William Burroughs Answers Jim Bishop!" as well as articles on marijuana, and more. One of the scarcest underground magazines of the sixties, desirable as a rare Burroughs appearance, an early marijuana reform item, and a publication from Sander's notorious press. Edited by Ed Sanders, Peter Orlovsky, et al.

[#17843]

MEASURE

A quarterly to the poem.

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). Boston, San Francisco, Milton, Summer 1957-Summer 1962. Original wrappers. Rare complete.

EUR 600.00

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Magazine edited by John Wieners (back to Boston from Black Mountain College) with contributions by o.a.: Charles Olson, Jack Spicer, Robert Duncan, Robert Creeley, Jack Kerouac, Jonathan Williams, Edward Marshall, Stephen Jonas. No. 3 includes West Coasts poets (Helen Adams, Robert Duncan, Philip Lamantia etc.).

[#19224]

MIDI-MINUIT FANTASTIQUE

Nos. 1-24 (all publ.). Paris, (Éds. du Terrain Vague), mai/juin 1962 - hiver 1970/71. Original pictorial wrappers, a bit dustsoiled. roy-8vo., later 4to. Numerous illustrations.

EUR 1,000.00

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Devoted exclusively to fantasy in film, fiction and performing arts, directed by Eric Losfeld, edited by Alain LeBris & Michael Caen. Thematic issues, e.g.: Terence Fisher; Vamps Fantastiques; Special King Kong, Special Dracula; Comte Zaroff; Erotisme et Epouvante dans le cinema anglais (the censored no.8), Tour du Monde fantastique, Fu Manchu, Polanski, Japon, Wakamatsu Koji, Science Fiction, Gaston Leroux, etc.

[#20849]

J. H. MOESMAN (Johannes Hendrikus, Utrecht 1909-Houten 1988)

Documentary collection.

A collection documenting Life and Work of J.H.Moesman, the only "offcially recognised" Dutch Surrealist (cf Breton). Contains 38 booklets, exhibition catalogs etc, plus a an extensive collection of photocopied newspaperr articles related to Moesman, etc.; detail and price on request,

EUR 2,500.00

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- Op Engelvoeten,à pas de loup. Schalkwijk, Editions Surréalistes 'Brumes Blondes', 1975. 21 x 14.5 cm,16 pp. Printed in black and red, original wrappers. Type specimen of the ‘Petronius’ designed by Moesman. With author signed dedication “met de beste wensen voor 1975 t/m 1999 in 2000 zien we wel weer!’ - Her de Vries, Jak van der Meulen, Laurens van Crevel. Moesman. Peilingen naar het wezen van de Nederlandse surrealist Moesman in een poging hem voor het nageslacht te bewaren. Utrecht, J.H. Moesman & B.H.J. van Rossum, 1971. Softcover, 20 x 20 cm, 48 pp. Inserted summary leaflet in French and English, plus exhibition announcement for the exhibition ‘Dada/Surrealisme in Nederland’ 15 Nov-13 Dec 1974 at L.A.K. Leiden. - Loek Brons and Bavo van Rossum (ed). Moesman. Een kompleet overzicht in beeld van alle olieverfschilderijen en het klavecimbel van de surrealist J.H. Moesman. Amsterdam, Collectie Loek Brons, 1993. Softcover, 20 x 20 cm. Published on the occasion of the Moesman exhibition at Singer Museum Laren 1993. - J.H. Moesman, Over wat in de musea niet te zien is. Utrecht, Centraal Museum, Mededelingen nr. 2. 1973, 1973. Stapled softcover, 14.5 x 21 cm, 32 pp. - Georges Hugnet, Surréalistische Schilderkunst. Inleiding bij de internationale tentoonstelling van het surréalisme gehouden in de Galerie Robert Keizersgracht 527 te Amsterdam. Amsterdam, Galerie Robert/Scheltema & Holkema, 1938. 24 x 16 cm, 32 pp. First edition. In publisher's wrapper, Max Ernst's drawing featured on cover. Prof ills. catalogue of the first international Surrealist exhibition in the Netherlands organised by Kristians Tonny and Georges Hugnet. Contains reproductions of works by André Breton, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Magritte, Arp and Man Ray among others. Age toning, spotting and creases on cover, interior clean. Scarce. - Frans Lapoutre, De deur van Moesman, verteld aan Hans van Straten. Utrecht, Puletra Pers, 1989. Softcover, 22 pp. Edition of 250, this is no.11. - Kunst in Utrecht,Tweede jaargang No.2 November 1963. Utrecht, Stichting voor Culturele Publiciteit, 1963. 40 pp. Includes article on Moesman’s calligraphy. - Tirade No.105, September 1965 (jrg 9). Amsterdam, G.A. van Oorschot, 1965. Edited by J.E. Kool-Smit, Adriaan Morriën et al. 62 pp. Includes 8 b/w photographic images of work by Moesman. - Manuel van Loggem, Surrealisme als levensvorm. Selfpublished, undated, no location. 27.5 x 21 cm, 6 pp. Grey thick paper cover. Text and 2 interesting b/w photographic images by Manuel van Loggem depicting the Dutch Surrealist Wagenaar in his cluttered studio. - Gerard Previn Meyer, At Journey’s End, An essay about a Visit to John Donne in Our Time. Houten, Green Escape Press, 1981. Stitch booklet, printed in colour on handmade paper. 22.5 x 16 cm,16 pp. Edition of 75 copies, this is no.11. Includes 2 lithographs by J.H. Moesman. Signed in pen at the colophon by Moesman, Gerard Previn Meyer and Henk van Otterloo (printer of the booklet). - Ton van Zuilen (pseudonym of J.H. Moesman), Ornaprentenboek; Het echte Oud-Hollandse ornaprentenboek tot lering ende vermaak voor margebedrukkers en andere knutselaars met afgedankt zetmateriaal gezet. Houten, Green Escape Press, 1982. Stitch booklet housed in green paper folder, 17.5 x 21 cm, 12 pp. With 9 stunning typographical illustrations in 4 different colours, printed on early 19th century paper. Issued in a numbered edition of 100, this is artists proof No.8. Signed by the printer Henk van Otterloo and Ton van Zuilen aka Moesman who collaborated six years on this project. In mint condition. - Hendrik Beekman, Leve het surrealisme. Alkmaar, Stichting ter bevordering van het surrealisme’Sörplus’, undated c. 1989. A4 format, 24 pp. Catalogue in conjunction with surrealist exhibitions in Alkmaar, Hardenberg and The Hague. - Jong Holland, No.3 September 1987 jrg 3. The Hague, Staatsuitgeverij, 1987. Includes an article ‘van fouten tot misvattingen’ by J.H. Moesman in which he criticizes José Vovelle’s thesis about his work. - Wolfgang Cordan, Essai over het surrealisme met een beschouwing over het werk van Willem van Leusden. Amsterdam, Contact, 1935. Softcover, 23 x 15 cm, 28 pp. Issued in an edition of 250. This copy is signed by Cordan and van Leusden and numbered copy: XXXIII. Cover loose, additional pages are getting loose from the stapled binding. Else a clean copy in protective glassine wrap. - Mostra Internazionale del Surrealismo. Galleria Schwarz, Milano, maggio 1961 Milano, Galleria Schwarz, 1961. 23.5 x 16 cm, 48 pp. First edition of 1500 copies. Catalogue for the international surrealist exhibition directed by André Breton at the gallery. With an introduction by José Pierre. Text in Italian, English and French. Moesman was part of this group show, the catalogue features his biography and b/w picture of his work. Slight toning around margins else a very good copy. - Litho by J.H. Moesman, b/w on white paper, depicting hands. Sheet 21.5 x 33 cm, printed image 17.5 x 19.5 cm. Several signed and dated versions (1929-1979) of an edition of 200 circulate online. This version is unsigned, undated. - Charles Donker, Tweemaal Portret J.H. Moesman (two portraits of J.H. Moesman), 1963. Etching on paper. Sheet 33 x 25 cm, printed image 16.5 x 15.5 cm. Signed in pencil by Charles Donker in lower right corner. Unknown edition size. Held in collection Centraal Museum Utrecht and Boijmans van Beuningen Rotterdam. Clean copy. - Ko Cassandra jr (pseudo. Jacob van Lennep), Offeranden op het altaar van Amor en Venus. Tull en 't Waal, J.H. Moesman, 1987. Stitched booklet , 18 pp. with erotic text by van Lennep typographed by Moesman, printed on special paper. Contains a hand coloured illustration. Cover made of brown leopard type seat paper and title label both derived from Moesman’s grandmother’s shop. Edition of 100. There are two versions of this bibliophile booklet (numbered 1-50 and 51-100), one of each is offered in this lot. No.24: 21 x 14 cm, 20 pp. Printed on lined van Gelder paper. Dog eared on lower right corner, else good. No.68: 22 x 15 cm, 20 pp. Printed on 19th Century handmade paper. Very good. - Stapled booklet/catalogue Kabinet Floret, Amsterdam made in conjunction with the J.H. Moesman exhibition Jan 10- Feb 5 1966. Edited by Nicolaas Wijnberg.10 pp. Includes an inserted invitation flyer for the exhibition. -Small stapled booklet by Galerie Jas, Utrecht. 12 pp. printed brown on green paper. Contains an introduction (in printed handwriting) by J.H. Moesman on his exhibition ‘Ik kan ’t niet meer zien’, 9 mei-10 juni 1981. Invitation cards for Moesman exhibitions: - Grafisch Gezelschap de Luis, Utrecht 21 april-12 mei 1963. Leporello fold invitation leaflet, 22 x 9 cm, 7 pp. - Arti et Amicitae, Amsterdam. Opening Dec 12 1969. Groupshow. - Kunstzaal de Reiger, Utrecht opening 18 sept 1971. - Moesman Festival 1971, various places in Utrecht. - Herteveld, Maarssen 14 april-19 mei 1974. - Poster Galerie Petit, Amsterdam for exhibition ‘Twee vriendjes uit ’29’ Gerrit van ’t Net en J.H.Moesman, 24 feb- 7 april 1979. - Galerie Petit, 4 juni - 1 juli 1988. - Kabinet Hendrik Beekman, Alkmaar, opening 10 sept 1989 (stamped & address sticker K. Roodenburg). Various personal cards sent by J.H. Moesman: - Change of address card, printed on blue paper, ‘Vaarwel rampzalig oord’. Dramatic text announcing flight from Utrecht to the countryside. 1967. - Tiny card in envelope, addressed to Mr. L de Ruyter at St Antonius hospital in Utrecht, wishing him well. Calliographic text Moesman ‘Van harte beterschap Leesgezelschap voor Beeldende Kunst’. Probably delivered with flowers as the envelope features a sticker from a florist. 1970. - Hand embroidered blue card in blue envelope addressed to Mr. L de Ruyter at St Antonius hospital. Post stamped 1970. Hand calliographed text ‘Remke wenst oom Bert hierbij een voorspoedig herstel toe.’ Embroidered bird probably made by Remke, Moesman’s daughter. - Plezierig Zonnewendefeest en voorspoedig 1971. - Postcard with image of work by Moesman recto sent to Uncle Bert (de Ruyter) from Remke, thanking him for the tasty chocolates. Post stamped 1979. - A4 sheet jan 1984 with photocopied handwritten and signed message by Moesman saying he does not want to celebrate his upcoming birthday. - Postcard with image of his work on recto, to Martens van Vliet ,1979. - Letter by Moesman on personal letterhead paper dated 18-9-1979. Addressed to unknown gentleman, announcing he has sent letters to the Minister and the Maire (regarding an unnamed conflict). - Printed sheet with information on the Moesman Foundation that was founded in June 1978. Various: - Extensive collection (c. 70 items) assembled in two paper portfolios. Contains cut out newspaper articles, magazine clippings and photocopies of articles about J.H. Moesman, published in the Dutch local and national press from 1966 to 1988. - Set of 16 postcards J.H. Moesman, published by Erven Thomas Rap, Baarn. Unopened in plastic wrap. - Set of 10 postcards J.H. Moesman, published by bookshop/antiquariat Lapoutre Utrecht, in envelope with Lapoutre stamp.

[#13891]

MOTIF

A Journal of Visual Arts.

Nos. 1-13 (all publ.). London, The Shenval Press, Winter 1958-Winter 1964/1967. 4to; original publ. stiff boards (vols. 1-9), and original publ. wrappers (vols. 10-12). With numerous illustrations.

EUR 400.00

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Ed. by Ruari McLean. Beautifully produced periodical with designed covers, with important contribs. to contemporary graphic arts, richly illustrated. Number 13 appeared in 1967 after an interruption since 1964, and was the last. Contribs. by Robert Melville, Helmut Gernheim, Quentin Bell, Edward Ardizzone, etc. Rare complete.

[#16136]

MUSEUM (Marcel BROODHAERS,1924-1976)

Der Adler vom Oligozän bis heute. Zeigt eine experimentelle Ausstellung seines Musée d'Art Moderne, Département des Aigles, Section des Figures. 1972.

Städtische Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf,1972]. 2 Numbers of 64 pages, 8vo, in illustrated wrappers. Entirely designed by Marcel Broodthaers. - First edition of these catalogues of exhibitions held in the Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf from May 16-July 9, 1972. Texts in German by M. Broodthaers, J. Harten.

EUR 250.00

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Catalogue of exhibitions varying on the theme "Eagle" held in the Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf from May 16-July 9, 1972. Introduction by Jürgen Harten Method Duchamp Magritte Adler Ideologie Publikum, text by Marcel Broodthaers'.

[#21153]

MW MAGAZINE

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

EUR 3,000.00

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Artists' journal printed black and white on newsprint stock, founded and edited by Martina Wagener (aka Martina Giezen) in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. Ten issues were released in total from 1982 to 1989. Published in an edition of 1000 - 2000 starting from No.3 (earlier edition size unknown), with the exception of No.5 which only had 200 copies and No.9 which is unknown. Folded sheets, 41x 29 cm, 20-32 pp. each except for No.5 which has 8 pp. Some issues contain inserted supplements. The magazine featured artists' contributions, interviews and documentation. Text in English. Rare artist journal, due to it's fragility and inconspicuous appearance almost no copies survived. Most copies feature general age wear due to the brittle paper. Issues include: - (1) No.1 1982, 24 pp. Contributions by Robert Smithson, Wolfgang Laib, Barry Flanagan, Robert Filliou, Dieter Roth, Helgi Thorgils Fridjonsson, Sigurdur Gudmundsson, Douwe Jan Bakker, Wies Smals, Gerhard Von Graevenitz and others. - (2) No.2. 1982, 26 pp. Contributions by Krijn Giezen, Jean Leering, Harald Szeemann, Jan Dibbets, Marinus Boezem, Gijs Bakker, Rudi van de Wint et al. - (3) No.3 Feb 1983, 20 pp. Edition 1000. Artists' contributions by Günter Brus, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Per Kirkeby, Francois Morellet. Texts and drawings by Johannes Gachnang and Jan Schoonhoven. - (4) No.4 July 1983, 32 pp. Edition 1000. Contributions by Nancy Holt, Robert Smithson, Richard Long, Krijn Giezen, Panamarenko, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Erich Wichman and others. - (5) No.5, August 1983, 33 x 25 cm, 8 pp. Special issue by Panamarenko, edition of 200. - (6) No.6, January 1984, 32 pp plus supplement 8 pp. Edition 2000. Contributions by Remko Scha, Christiaan Bastiaans, Paul van Hoeydonck, Dick Raaijmakers, A Pierre et Marie, Jean le Gac and Sarkis. Supplement by Christiaan Bastiaans. - (7) No.7, June 1984, 20 pp plus supplement 8 pp. Edition 2000. Contributions by Herman de Vries, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Per Kirkeby, Günter Tuzina, Sjoerd Buisman. Supplement by Per Kirkeby. - (8) No.8. Dec 1984, 28 pp. Edition 1000. Projects by Alan Charlton, Wim Gijzen, Andy Goldsworthy, Dick Raaijmakers, Jaap van den Ende.

[#9324]

NABUCHODONOSOR

(Une revue affiche)

Nos. 1-36 (all publ.?). Bellevue, février 1969-avril 1972. Lacks No. 26. Large posters, mostly printed on one side only. Incudes the supplements to issues 8 & 14.

EUR 1,500.00

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Printed by Jean Marcille. Edited by Renée Boullier. Each issue with a different lay-out, on white paper. Some reproductions: Gaston Chaissac, Jean Hélion, Picabia, Filiberti, M. Gimond, Marcelle Cahn... Litt. contr.: Renée Boullier, Picabia (Manifeste du Bon Goût), M. Arland, Jouhandeau, Pierre Albert-Birot, Gaston Chaissac. Issue No. 36 'NABUDADA' (Tzara, Picabia...).

[#19704]

NEON

No. 1-4 (all published). Brooklyn & New York. Spring 1956 - 1960. Includes Supplement to NOW and NEON OBIT. First 2 issues quarto, stapled mimeographed self-wrappers (light wear, toned), further issues in regular printing, 16mo and octavo, printed and pictorial wrappers.

EUR 1,000.00

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Avant-garde and Beat generation periodical edited and published by Gilbert Sorrentino. Special attention was given to studying the craft of poetry and prose, for example proper use of American idiom and natural speech. Contributors include Stock, Sorrentino, Goodman, Lorine Niedecker, Louis Zukofsky, William Carlos. Williams, Hubert Selby jr, Charles Olson, Oppenheimer, Jones, J. Williams, Creeley, a.o.l. Cover to no 2 by Inez Taylor; Cover to no. 4 by Fielding Dawson.

[#9381]

NEUROTICA

Nos. 1-9 (all publ.). New York/St. Louis/Missouri, Neurotica Publ., Spring 1948 - Winter 1952. Original wrappers (last two issues waterstained in spine & upper-left corner, still a nice set). First issue in second printing.

EUR 700.00

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Ed. by Jay Irving Landesman, Richard Rubinstein and later Gershon Legman. Scarce complete set. '... a literary exposition, defense, and correlation of the problems and personalities that in our society are defined as neurotic'. 'Neurotica is for the patients-present and future'. Contributions by Kenneth Patchen, Leonard Bernstein, Ch. Brossard, Lawrence Durrell, Allen Ginsberg, Henri Michaux, Marshall McLuhan, etc. Cover by Alvin Lustig. (see extensively: Anderson/Kinzie, p. 716).

[#16313]

NORTH - INFORMATION.

Nos.1-35 + Index (=Volume 1 complete, but without no 29).Copenhagen, 1976-1977. 3-x21 cm. folded sheets (b/w). Offset.

EUR 1,200.00

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Published by the periodical North, Copenhagen, issues varying in size between 4 and 20 pages. Edited by Henrik Jave, Poul Henning Nielsen and Bent Petersen. North deals with the Scandinavian avant-garde and its nearest conditions in Scandinavia, exhibitions, current events, etc. with contributions by Scvandinavian arists, art-theorists and art historians (artists included e.g.: Erik Gram: Hanssen. Project "A journey in Space and Time"; Kirsten Ortwed; Anne Behrndt; Willy /orskov; Claes Birch, Stig Br/ogger; Kasper Heiberg; Pug Karlsson, Thorbj/orn Lausten; Hein Heisten; Torben Ebbesen; Gunnar Aagaard Ansersen, Jan Hafström) a.o.

[#21155]

NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND

Nos. 1-3 (all publ.).San Francisco: Underground Press (1964-1968). In the original illustrated wrappers, with original tape in the spine, light soiled; No.3 in illustrated wrappers, stapled in the spine, light soilage internally (comic book format). Together with Number 4: Bitch, Butch, Black & Bad. (np): Notes from Underground (1977). First edition. (np): Folded sheets loose in a stiff printed cover.

EUR 1,500.00

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Edited by John Bryan. No 1: An anthology, including first appearance of Jack Kerouac's Cassady's First Third, a letter from Jack to Neal,and contributions by Bukowski, Ginsberg, Patchen, Bob Kaufman, Meltzer, etc.; Kamasutra statue on the cover (reportedly confiscated by police), also Burroughs, Wantling, Whalen, Snyder, Sinclair, No. 2 Bukowski, Artaud, Gary Snyder, etc., incl. The Psychedelic Cookbook, etc. No 3 published like a comic book with cover by Grimshaw. No, 4 Contributions by Simon Alexander, Deirdre Evans, Christopher Trian, Paladin. The fourth number following much-earlier "Notes" series, the first two issues of which were mimeographed, the third similar in format to a comic book.

[#21213]

NOVA TENDENCIJA

Nos 3, 4 and 5 (of 5 published). Zagreb, Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, 1965/1970/1973. Softcovers, 20 x 21 cm, b/w ills. Three catalogues of the significant exhibition series ‘Nova Tendencija’ (New Tendencies) organized by the Galerija suvremene umjetnosti/ Gallery of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, former Yugoslavia (later to become the Museum of Contemporary Art). Five shows took place in total from 1961 to 1973. Texts in Serbo-Croation and English with some French, Italian, German and Russian. Nouvelle Tendance/ New Tendency was an art movement founded in Yugoslavia in 1961, but soon became international in scope as part of the broader European post-informel art movement in the 1960s and 70s.

EUR 1,800.00

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The exhibition series in Zagreb developed into a dynamic platform dedicated to visual research of art and new (computer) technologies. Participating artists and artists groups included Bruno Munari (IT) , Heinz Mack (DE), Piero Manzoni (IT), François Morellet (FR), Otto Piene (DE), Dieter Roth (DE), Günther Uecker (DE), Henk Peeters (NL), Herman de Vries (NL), Julije Knifer (CZ), Picelj (CZ), Gruppo Di Ricerca Cibernetica (IT) Equipo 57 (ES) and Zero. Catalogues included are (1) Nova Tendencija 3, 1965. First edition of 600, 180 pp. Edited by Bozo Bek, Radoslav Putar et al. Presents the fourth international meeting, a year-long event treating the new topic of computers in the domain of art. Featuring Gerstner, Morellet, Munari, De Vries, Rot, Peeters, Ricerca Cibernetica Gruppo, Equipo 57 and others. Includes the text ‘Kinetic art and our environment’ by Frank Popper. Slight rubbing on black cover, else very good. (2) Tendencije 4 / Tendencies 4, 1970. First edition of 1000. Exhibition, seminars titled ‘computers and visual research’, also contains a section on ‘typoetry’, experimental tendencies in contemporary (concrete/visual) poetry. Curated by Biljana Tomic et al, catalogue edited by Bozo Bek. Artists include Gustav Metzger, Otto Piene, Gruppo Ricerche Cibernetiche among others. Moderate toning on cover, else a very good copy. (3) Tendencije 5 / Tendencies 5, 1973. Texts by Radoslav Putar, Nena Dimitrijevic et al, 137 pp. Explores constructive visual research, computer visual research and conceptual art. Featured artists include Giulio Paolini, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Ludwig Rase among others. Pages loose in binding, else very good.

[#17574]

ONCE SERIES

Complete set of 11 issues, "numbered" as follows: . Frice, Ice, Nice, Once, Slice 1: 1, Slice 1:2, Spice, Thrice, Thrice + 1/2, Twice, and Vice.(n.d.,ca.1966). All issues 4to, side-stapled with cover art. Mimeographed. Eleven issues, all in quite good condition, with a bit of foxing to the front cover of Vice, rear cover of Slice pulled but for one staple, bit of foxing to fore-edge of Once and Spice.

EUR 3,200.00

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Edited by Tom Clark.. Contributions by Joe Brainard (who did several covers), Saroyan, Brautigan,Coolidge, O'Hara, Berrigan, Pickard (whole issue 3 1/2, all two pages of it, devoted to him), Ginsberg, Ceravolo, Dorn, McClure, Mayer, Padgett, Kyger, LeRoi Jones, Turnbull, Fagin, and a number of translations of the work of French poets (Reverdy, Apollinaire, etc). Another great "bridge" between the older NY poets and the new. All issues are uncommon, an due to the naming structure, each titled a "one-shot," complete sets are rarely assembled. Secret Location pg. 288.

[#16472]

ORIGIN

A Quarterly for the Creative.

The complete collection of all 5 series, 80 numbers/volumes, complete rare; conditions varies, on the whole an excellent collection (near fine/fine, with exceptions noted below) Series 1: Nos. 1-20 (all publ.). spring 1951 - winter 1957. Series 2: Nos. 1-14 (all publ.) April 1961-July 1964. Series 3: Nos. 1-20 (all publ.).April 1966-June 1971. Series 4: Nos. 1 -20 (all publ.)., October 1977-July 1982. Series 5: Nos. 1-6 (all and last publ.). Fall 1983 - Spring 1985.

EUR 4,200.00

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Poetry review started and edited by Cid (Sidney) Corman (June 29, 1924 – March 12, 2004. Corman was an American poet, translator and editor, most notably of Origin. A key figure and journal in the history of American poetry in the second half of the 20th century. ORIGIN: series one, spring 1951 - winter 1957. 1. Charles Olson 2. Robert Creeley 3. William Bronk & Samuel French Morse 4. New Foreign Poetry 5. Wallace Stevens (small dampstain near base of spine and top edges) 6. Robert Duncan & William Carlos Williams 7. Gottfried Benn, Theodore Enslin & Cid Corman (staples pulled a little) 8. Charles Olson. In Cold Hell in Thicket. (two small stains to front cover) 9. Harold Dicker, Denise Levertov, John Hay (a few ink marks to cover) 10. New German Poetry (small tear at base of spine, repaired) 11. Antonin Artaud & New French Poetry (short tear at crown of spine) 12. Larry Eigner & Paul Carroll 13. David Galler 14. Irving Layton 15. David Blackburn & Paul Donahoe 16. Artaud, Michaux, Char (seven corrections in RD's hand) 17. Denise Levertov, Robert Creeley, Irving Layton 18. New Canadian Poetry. 19. Astrid Claes 20. Margaret Avison (two sticker marks on rear cover) [Number 8 is Charles Olson's IN COLD HELL IN THICKET, and is the first publication of this title. Printed by the Divers Press, handset in a square format with dust jacket, breaking with the uniform issues, printed in Palma de Mallorca,1953; this copy with two light stains on the front; laid in Prospectus for Nos. 1-8]. Origin: second series. April 1961 - July 1964 (complete in 14) Light sunning to spines of some issues, else near fine or better. 1. Louis Zukofksy. 2. Gary Snyder 3. The Noh of Zeami Yashima 4. Margaret Avison 5. Robert Kelly (offsetting to two leaves due to publisher-inserted notice) 6. Ian Hamilton Finlay 7. Gael Turnbull 8. Cid Corman (again, offsetting from an errata to correct a poem in #7) 9. Post-War Italian Poetry (offsetting from a prospectus) 10. featuring excerpts from The Day Book of Robert Duncan 11. Ponge, Perse, Dadelsen 12. Frank Samperi 13. Roberto Sanesi. Tipped-on signed stoneprint by Will Petersen present 14. Basho's Oku-no hosomichi ORIGIN: third series. April 1966 - January 1971 (complete in 20) Aside to light sunning along spines, all are near fine or better in stapled wrappers (+ defects noted). 1. Cid Corman 2. Lorine Niedecker (two light beverage rings to cover) 3. André du Bouchet 4. Kusano Shimpei 5. William Bronk 6. Douglas Woolf 7. Seymour Faust 8. Josef Albers (light crease to lower front cover) 9. Francis Ponge 10. René Daumal 11. Chuang-Tzu's Autumn Flood 12. Denis Goacher 13. Jean Daive 14. John Taggart 15. Paul Celan 16. Daphne Marlatt 17. Philippe Jaccottet 18. Jonathan Greene 19. Frank Samperi 20. Hitomaro ORIGIN: fourth series. October 1977 - July 1982 (complete in 20). Light sunning to spine of some issues, else all near fine or better in wrappers. 1. Frank Samperi 2. Brian McInerney 3. André Du Bouchet 4. Clive Faust 5. Cid Corman 6. Mark Karlins 7. Horrah Pornoff 8. David Miller 9. Michael Heller 10. Philippe Denis 11. John Perlman 12. George Evans 13. Kusano Shimpei 14. Andy Echavarria 15. Armand Schwerner 16. Lorine Niedecker 17. Graham Lindsay 18. Bruce McClelland 19. Ted Pearson 20. Gil Ott and John Levy ORIGIN: fifth series. Fall 1983 - Spring 1985 (complete in 6). All fine in printed wrappers. 1. George Evans 2. Roger Laporte 3. M.J. Bender 4. Lyle Glazier 5. Pascal Quignard 6. Guiseppe Ungaretti

[#21257]

Géza PERNECZKY

The Story of the Colourful Ribbons: Theory and Practice by Geza Perneczky. Cologne, Self published, 1987. Artists’ book, 15 x 42.5 cm, 30 pp. Unknown (small) edition. Tan stiff paper wrappers, staplebound, with white, yellow and red ribbons incorporated into the bindings. Hand made by the artist with his personal blindstamp and signature on the front page, rubber stamped address of Perneczky at the back cover.

EUR 1,200.00

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The publication documents the bookmaking project ‘The Story of the Colourful Ribbons’ which consisted of a series of 24 conceptual book objects made from wood, cardboard and ribbons, created from 1987 to 1994. Instead of text various ribbons are threaded through the book in different rhytmic patterns and structures, thus spinning a kind of story. The ribbons display slight colourfading, generally a very good copy.

[#20560]

PLUS-NIEUWS

Veeltalig Orgaan/Organe Polyglotte/Polyglot Newspaper.

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

EUR 2,000.00

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

[#21307]

PLUS-NIEUWS

Veeltalig Orgaan/Organe Polyglotte/Polyglot Newspaper.

Stanley Brouwn ( insert in no 8) No. 8. (7/9/1970). In orig.wrappers, lightly toned. Small stamp on front cover: "Free Copy." Insert, fine.

EUR 300.00

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Insert: " Stanley Brouwn. Ingreep 1 and 2. 1 sheet pruinted in green on white stock, folded to 4 pages (20x20cm) "Buying of one metre square ground in Denmark, Germany, Hollamd Italy, Japan,/.//etc., Date: July 5,1970. (With illustration and photograph.

[#18737]

POEMS FROM THE FLOATING WORLD

Vol. 1-5 (all publ.). Hawk's Well Press, NY, 1962-1963. [Size (h/w): vol. 1-3: 11,5 x 8,5 cm; vol. 4-5: 22 x 17 cm.]Original wrappers. Cover of vol. 2 waterstained, overlaying edge of vol 4 has small closed tear.

EUR 600.00

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Edited by Jerome Rothenberg. Contributors include Bly, Breton (Poems of André Breton by David Antin), Neruda, Antin, Borges, Wakoski, Duncan, Hollo, Micheline, Levertov, Creely, Snyder, Lamantia, Merwin, Maclow and others. Very rare complete.

[#20869]

PRESENCE.

A magazine of the revolution.

Volume 1 Numbers 1, 2 and 3 (all publ.) .Presence Press, Buffalo, NY, Summer 1967-Winrter 1968. Just a little dustsoiled, and no 3 with old library stamp , but a very rare complete set.

EUR 1,000.00

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Edited by Dan Connell. Contains work by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen de Loach, Davey John James, Lewis MacAdams, John Wieners and others.Few stain splotches back cover, overall little soiled. scarce mimeo era small press magazine. Sixties Hippie-Litterature; apparently produced with support from the State University of New York at Buffalo. Number 2: Contributors include Mike Aldrich, P.J. Blumenthal, Geoff Bowman, Bruce Jackson, Burt Kimmelman, Ed Kissam, Bill Little, and Kate Ruse. Number 3: Cover design by Jan Rose. contributors include Allen De Loach, Lewis MacAdams, Mike Davidson. Richard Kshensky, and others.

[#18625]

PSYCHEDELIC REVIEW

Nos. 1-11 (all publ.). Cambridge, New York, Summer 1963 - Winter 1970/71. Size (h/w): 22,8 x 15 cm., sizes of nos. 9-11 between 20,5 x 20,5 cm. and 27,9 x 21,6 cm. Nos. 9-11 illustrated. Original illustrated wrappers , only some light soiling and wear. Altogether a set in very good condition.

EUR 2,000.00

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Complete run of this magazine edited by Paul A. Lee, Ralph Metzner, Gunther M. Weil, Timothy Leary, Felix Morrow and other psychedelic pioneers. Articles by Alan Watts, R. Gordon Wasson, Richard Evans Schultes, Albert Hofman, Menri Michaux, Art Kleps, Steward Brand, René Daumal, R.D.Laing, etc. Research, influence, experiences, regulations, information on the use of LSD and other psychedelic drugs. "... The Psychedelic Review is a quarterly devoted to the study of LSD, mescalin and the other psychopharmacological substances sometimes known as mindopening or consciousness-altering drugs. These studies also extend to nonpharmacological methods of altering consciousness: hypnotism, yoga, zen and other ancient and modern means...".

[#20678]

4 TAXIS (QUATRE TAXIS)

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

EUR 10,000.00

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

[#21133]

REFLECTION PRESS, VARIOUS PUBLICATIONS

Collection of 11 publications.

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

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[#17972]

revue NUL = 0

Tijdschrift voor de nieuwe konseptie in de beeldende kunst / revue pour la nouvelle conception artistique / zeitschrift für die neue künstlerische konzeption.

Nummer 1 (Serie 1 no 1). November 1961. Original metallic covers, spine stapled; with light soilage(small stains to left side and bottom of front cover) and wear (dogear, right bottom corner) to this fragile first issue. Still in reasonably presentable condition,

EUR 600.00

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Publication of the Dutch ZERO group, first issue edited by Armando, Henk Peeters and Herman de Vries; later issues edited by Herman de Vries. No. 1: with texts,in French & German, by B. Aubertin, Sascha Sosnovsky, H. Mack, G. Uecker, a.o.

[#21231]

Willem de RIDDER

Fluxus Presents: FLUXUS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA IN Fluxus Concert. Galerie contemporaine. des musées de Marseille. MAC. Samedi 15 juin 2002. Printed in orange and black on white paper. 15,2x30 (folded in 2)

EUR 250.00

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With participation of De Ridder.

[#20073]

Willem de RIDDER

RADIO (Art) Collection

- Willem de Ridder and William Levy. Announcing the Radio Art Guide. 26 x 16.5 cm, 8 pages. Text in English and Dutch. -Willem de Ridder and William Levy. Radio Art. The end of the Graven Image.16 pp incl. illustrated covers. (published by Gallery A, Amsterdam). 4to. Orig. wrappers. Illustr. b/w. 33x20 cm, 16 pages incl. wrapper.. - Radiola / Selftapers, undated early 80s. Poster printed b/w, 47 x 30.5 cm, folded twice. Announcement for several audio cassette events co-organized by de Ridder. - NYX Global. Stapled booklet, 24pp.,21 x 15 cm. Amsterdam, Self published, n/d

EUR 500.00

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[#20784]

Willem de RIDDER

Numbers 1 and 2 (of 4 published): -Number 1. Wie zijn nek uitsteekt haalt zich het leven op de hals. Lijfblad voor Radikale Traditionalisten. Ik ben een krant. Undated, ca. 1978. Tabloid on newsprint. Nummer 2: Lijfblad voor iedereen die alleen maar doet wat het lekkerst voelt. Minder moeite geeft altijd een beter resultaat. Het Grootste Risiko in het leven is Geen Risiko te nemen. Undated, ca. 1978. Tabloid on newsprint. 56 pages, folded once, untrimmed; fine.

EUR 500.00

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Rare copies of the "Willem de Ridder Krant". Publication by Willem de Ridder, founder of Hitweek/Aloha, Suck, and many other publications.Important Fluxus artist, Dutch member of "Fluxus". This newspaper published by NYX Global, and Radio Art Foundation, Alerx.Boersstraat 30 Amsterdam. Numerous risky erotic/pornographic photographs and articles by De Ridder and others on a wider variety of topics. Contributors: Peter Pontiac, Peter Cuppens, Szu Kalski, Annie Sprinkle, George Kerkhoven, Gee Parklin, Ashram Loenen, Fakir Musafar, and Wilma Meijer(Urine geneest iedere ziekte).

[#20772]

Willem de RIDDER & Emmett WILLIAMS

De Kleine Komedie, Amsterdam, December 18, 1963

[Fluxus Festival] Materials related to the Happening/ performance in the spirit of AFRINMOR-International, part of the International Program December 18,1963: "Internationaal Programma. Nieuwste Muziek, Nieuwste Theater, Nieuwste Literatuur." Algehele Leiding: (General Direction by:) Willem de Ridder, Tomas Schmit. Wim T. Schipper, Emmett Williams. [Theatre] De Kleine Komedie, Amsterdam, December 18, 1963; With works of : MESH /Moood Engineerung Society Holland, Fluxus-International, High Red Center Tokyo, Adynamical Works. - a) Announcement and PROGRAM for this performance Woensdag 18 December 14.30 uur Matinee, printed in black on beige stock 31 x 21.2 cm; 4 pages, folded once; ontwerp (design) K. Zedden, Franeker (Fr.) in fine condition. On page 3 the full proposed program - b) Original Photo by Dorine van der Klei of item 13 of the program: "13 Façons d’employer la crane de Emmett Williams", gelatin silver print, 40.6 x 30.5 cm, unique print, signed by De Ridder on the reverse, with the photographer’s copyright label, minimal imperfections, general condition good. - c) Duplicate of b/w press photograph of item 3 ("Fluitconcert") of the program Willem de Ridder "Whistling" ( Emmett Williams, Tomas SchmittWimT.Schippers). 17,,5x 23,8 cm. Signed by Willem de Ridder on the front - d ) Duplicate of b/w press photograph, another Head Covering of Emmett Williams of item 13 of the program. 17,5x23.8 cm. Signed by Willem de Ridder on front.

EUR 2,000.00

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(See: "The Lunatics are on the Loose". European Fluxus Festivals, p.281; this photograph serves as front cover for this publication. On the program: 16 items. Participants: Benjamin Patterson, Arthur Koepcke, AFSRINMOR. Robert Watt, Takehisa Kosugi (Tokyo), Jackson Mac Low, Willem de Ridder, Wmmett Williams, Ronin Page, George Brecht, La Monte Young, Robert Filliou,, Wim T. Schippers, AFSRINMOR C.230 La Foret Chante, Tomas Schmitt.

[#21252]

RIEN

Nous ne sommes rien soyons tout

Directeur responsable : Claude Palmer. Paris : Imprimerie Le Souterrain, deuxième trimestre 1971. Spine stapled,(29x41cm), de 24 pages Blue illustrated cover ( light handling wear). Complete with the double-page poster in b/w (tous au meeting contre la repression). Photography by Claude Palmer, Gérard Aime andt Horace. Couverture légèrement frottée sinon bon état. Numéro unique de ce journal libertaire illustré de photo-montages avec deux reportages auprès des mineurs en grève de Faulquemont en Lor…

EUR 300.00

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A Parody on Sartre's "tout". Edited by Claude Palmer. Photography by Claude Palmer, Gérard Aime and Horace. Only issue published. With photo compositions and reports on the Strikers of Faulquamont, the commemoration march of the Commune, protesting workers of Merlebach, Férodo-Boulot-Dodo etc.' Claube Palmer is known for his photographs of the Algerian war, and as foubnder of the magazine Parapluie (editions Le Souterrain).

[#18885]

ROLLING STONE

Unbroken run from Number 1 through Number 1235 (1967-2015). Condition is generally excellent, with mailing labels and minor wear to some, but the earliest issues are particularly clean and have been stored flat.

EUR 10,000.00

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An unusually large collection of original issues from the start of this legendary counterculture journal which became the leading magazine of pop-music. Covers the early period of the Underground movement including film, politics, protest, current events and popular culture. Edited by Jann Wenner, with contribs. including Ralph Gleason, Joe Eszterhas, Charles Perry, Hunter S. Thompson. The journal is famous for it's interviews, such as with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Donovan, John Lennon, Keith Richard, Ravi Shankar, Jimi Hendrix, Woody Allen, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, etc. etc. At the same time this publication was the first attempt of a magazine to write on a professional level about the rock music scene, it includes coverage of the Monterey Pop, Woodstock, Altamont, Charles Manson, Vietnam, The Pentagon Papers, The Chicago Conspiracy Trial, Jackson State, Kent State, People's Park, Yippies, Diggers, Black Panthers, Hells Angels, and much more. It was also famous for its innovative lay-out and served as an example soon to be followed by similar magazines in the USA and in Europe. Covers by Ralph Steadman, Gerry Gersten. The legendary First number(#1),is present here in the original first edition; it only has a coupon clipped from the back cover and misses page 5/6; these have been substituted by the corresponding pages of the(1986) reprint. Light wear over de middle fold, and a small closed tear to the right margin. The remainder of the collection is in the original issues as published, generally in remarkably well preserved and clean condition. Included are possibly all of the West Coast inserts which lasted for a dozen or so issues in the 1970’s.

[#19551]

Takako SAITO

"To Friends" , "my friends", " days in Devon"

n.d. [1974], 20.3 x 15.2 cm, book in hand-dyed slip case (handwritten dedication "To my friends" and signed) , 18 pages Japanese bound leporello in handmade card wrappers, glued in the spine, handwritten title and name, xerox printing, various color pencils, gouache, collage, with tipped-in 10 mini-books (varying in size from 1 x1 cm and 12 x 8 cm) unique series of very small handmade editions, inscribed, signed. published by Beau Geste Press, Devon, England

EUR 1,800.00

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A wonderful handmade production of the Fluxus artist Takako Saito commemorating her days in Devon, one part "my friends" (with mostly drawings of cattle) and the other part "days in devon", a separate booklet with drawings, pasted in de back , 28 pages,leporello 12x8 cm, (one of the tipped-in miniature books)

[#20788]

TALK RADIO (Incl WILLEM DE RIDDERKRANT)

Number 2. 2 maart 1998. Officieel Programma Blad. 48 pages, on newsprint, b/w and colour. With numerous photographs and illustrations. Contains free of charge: Willem de Ridder Krant and Talk Radio Krant. "De krant brengt de leugens in het land". (Produced by Nieuws van de Dag and Het Parool)

EUR 200.00

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Editor Peter J.Muller, art director Jan van Halm. Contributions Willem de Ridder, contents with Herman Brood, Felix Rottenberg, Christine van der Horst, Diana Ozon, Nikola Tesla, Paul Haenen, Mancow Muller, Hans van Willigenburg, Jan Kuitenbrouiwer,

[#21284]

TOOTHPASTE (Magazine)

Nos. 1- 7 (all published). Iowa City,Iowa. 1971-1972. Mimeographed, on various coloured paper. Illustrated. Side-stapled in pictorial wrappers. (good condition, except for front cover #1 lightly stained and back cover loosening, stain to back cover no 3 and small tear to top edge of front cover no. 7). Varying sizes (25,5x20,5 and 28x21,5 cm).

EUR 1,400.00

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Complete set. Edited by Allen Kornblum. Illustrations (and also texts, poetry and prose) by Deb Owen, Mary Ferris, George Mattingly, Tim Hildebrand, Ted Berrigan Gerard Malanga, Phillip Whalen, Larry Laskar, David Morile,llan Appel, Jim Bateman, John Giorno, Anselm Hollo, Charles Platt, Carter Ratcliff. Covers# 1 by Carmella Yager, :# 3 by Pat Dooley, Thomas Disch, # 6 by Dave Morice, # 5 and 7 by Allen Kornblum. (Secret Location p. 300

[#21060]

UND

Nummer 1 ,2, 3, 5. Kassel, Edition & Verlag Boczkowski, 1969–1970. A set of 4 stapled booklets out of 8 all published, 17 x 13.5 cm. Each number is devoted to a specific artist, text mostly in German, some English.

EUR 900.00

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Concrete poetry publication of what became a series of 8 booklets, each one dedicated to a single author´s artist book. The last one was published in 1970. The booklets were to accompany portfolio publications. Very rare. 1: Reinhold Koehler. Contra Texte 2: Jiri Kolar. Gersaints Aushängeschild 3: Kasimnir Malewitsch. Suprematistische Zeichnungen 5: Bohumila Grögerova,Josef Hirsal. Intertexte.

[#19633]

UTOPIA

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

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

EUR 3,500.00

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

[#15165]

Ben VAUTIER.

Collection François De Dio

Collection of correspondence, catalogs, handouts and some original works sent by BEN VAUTIER to François DI DIO, the publisher of LE SOLEIL NOIR, mostly in the period 1967-1969. Kept in 3 black ringbinders (Quo Vadis) designed by Ben with his handwriting in white on black plastic overs ("ne sert à rien"; "pas de censure !"; "J'étouffe").

EUR 4,500.00

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François De Dio was the founder of the legendary publishing house Editions Soleil Noir in Paris. Between 1950 and 1983 it published numerous surrealist, poetry and art related works as well as book objects. Various items are housed in Ben's signature 'Ben Doute de Tout' red envelopes with rubber stamped addresses. Comprised are some original collaged works such as a mounted nail accompanied by text stating 'Plant this nail in a wall so as to be able to hang a painting on it; but don't hang anything.' Ben, 18 September 1966. Also included are several small magazines, such as the textscroll Open Tout and close Nothing, Merino donne carte blanche à Ben, 1968, as well as a birth card for François Vautier (1970). There are ca. 50 items, often consisting of an envelope and multiple sheets, a selection a texts: - Autographed letter signed: "Cher Di Dio. Je serai à Paris le 6. Je t'envoie aujourd'hui 100 affiches que jai en quantités pour que tu fasse ce que tu veux avec-mets les dans le programme….amitiés…Ben" (reçu le 3/5/69) -Typed letter on stationary with printed letterhead Ben Doute de Tout (Art Total-Fluxus): "Nice, le 17 Mars 1969. Cher François Di Dio, Comme je te l'avais promis voici une liste d'adresses de personnes intéressantes pour ton Festival de 36 heures au Vieux Colombier. ["36 heures d'action poétique"at the Théatre du Vieux Colombier,Paris,14 May 1969"].. J'ai moi même préparé quelque chose ou plutot j'ai pensé à qq.chose équivalent à POESIE: VERITE. Je suis aussi embêté car il se speut que je ne puisse par venir si ma femme ne pouvait me remplacer au magasin. Amitiés,Ben (Signature). Then handwritten with pen: "Repondu le 18.4.1969. "…"Jái cru t'avoir expedié cette lettre que j'ai retrouvé dan mon sac"..."entre temps il savere que je pourrais venir a Paris. Ben ". - Autographed letter, on stationary with letterhead: 12/Mai/1969. Cher Di Dio. (1) J'ai aimé Liberté de Parole. (a) lorsque le poete et le salle se sont battus, (b)lorsque le gong était dans la Salle. ( c ) lorsque Agentzia a jete ses tracts, (d) lorsque une ou deux belles filles m'ont sourit (2) Je suppose que ce n'était pas ce que desirais tout a fait (pas assez de poesie) (3) C'est domage que je m'ai rien fait- mais de toute façon le public m'aurait peutetre pas laissé faire… Mercipour tes envoi (?). Je pense toujours a l'ouvrage Idees(underlined). de Ben. Amitiés, signed Ben. - Green envelope,to Ed.Soleil Noir, poststamped (date illegible). Contains 16 white cards 14x11 cm, with typographical text in black: Le litre de VAR Superieur Rouge cout 1 F 60. On 2 cards are the daily activities starting 26 Oct., à 18 h., Galerie A, ending 8 Nov., with various Fluxus activities with Alocco, Bozzi,Brecht,Chubac,Dietman,Klein,…Dick Higgins, Allison Knowles…Oldenbourg, Uly, Mosset, a.o. On the 14 following cards we find texts by all of these. The last card is by Ben, with a black thread pasted onto the card with cellotape (now dried out and loose, but leaving a stain where it was pasted). - 2 mimeographed white sheets: Document 1, With a spiral drawn by hand, signed spirale Ben 1959. Document 2: Mimeographed typewritten texts by Ben related to the Spiral: La Spirale, ou Mouvement Hélicoïdale, with quotes from Einstein,Euclide,Buren,Alocco,Mondrian,Rothko, Motherwell, a.o.,'Nice, le 14 juillet 1971. Ben. - Une lettre de La Fenetre. No. 1 (Fevrier) 1973. / - tout - rien - n'importe quoi - le contraire - / Ben et Annie - Rue Tondutti de L'Escaren - Nice. by Vautier, Ben Description: [publisher: Nizza/Nice Vautier] 8 S. Mit 7 Abb. von Ben, Marcel Duchamp, Olivier Mosset, Takako. Mit Texten von Marcel Alocco ("Travail pictural"), Ben ("Position et programme pour La Fenetre", "L'avant-garde en France" u.a.), Remi Escault, Roland Flexner ("A propos du Ready-Made"), Sabine Gowa und einer Event-Partitur von George Brecht ("Realization", aus: Water Yam). 27,0 x 21,0 cm. 2 ineineinder gelegte Doppelbögen. Papier. Sprache: Französisch. Bedeutendes Dokument. Der 1. und einzige "Brief" der Galerie "La Fenetre". Vgl. Erlangen 1987/93 S. 101. Genau gegenüber seinem Laden "Laboratoire 32" mietete Ben Vautier 1972 eine Wohnung im Erdgeschoß an, die durch das Fenster betreten wurde, und das Fenster wurde die Galerie. Querfaltspur, leichte Gebrauchsspuren. Insgesamt gutes, sauberes Exemplar. Eine Ben-Rarität. [Schwaebisch Gmuend, Germany] - LART CEST LES AUTRES. Title stamped. 11 white sheets with mimeographed text on one side only. .21,5x15,5 stapled together in left upper corner. LA TABLE de BEN. (Variation pour un public autour d'un thème de Marcel Alocco). INSTRUCTIONS POUR MISE EN SCENE. 10 random persons are invite to a full course dinner around a table on stage. All conversations to be recorded. Mars 1966. On the following pages - UNE FORCE IMMENSE ET MYSTERIEUSE venant de Ben. Stencilled sheet with automated photo-portrait of Ben[publisher: (1967).] 15 x 21 cm. 4 x 5 cm. - Plantez ce clou dans un mur de sorte que vous puissiez y accrocher une toile; mais n'accrochez rien. Stencilled sheet, with the original steel nail attached. [publisher: 18 septembre 1966] 21 x 26,5 cm. 1 page And many more, listing will be supplied on demand.

[#18943]

VERS UNIVERS

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

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

EUR 3,500.00

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

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ZET

Das Zeichenheft fuer Literatur und Graphik.

Jahrgang 1-3 (comprising nos. 1-12, all pulished). Heidelberg, 1973-1975. Orig. Wrappers (spines faded, otherwise fine); with one orig.graphic to each issue. Numerous ills.

EUR 400.00

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Edited by W. Rothe. Important contributions to contemporary (mostly graphic) art; Orig. Graphics by HAP Grieshaber (No.3, Fürst 73/43 d), P. Ackermann, H.E. Kalinowski, H. Knoke, Chr. Meckel, E. Paolozzi, M. Schoenholtz, B. Schultze, G. Uecker, U. u. St. Wewerka. Contribs. Include Mynona, R.D. Brinkmann, H. Frick, a.o.