VARGEN (The Wolf)

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No.5. Hägersten (Sweden), Kulturmagasinet Vargen, 1975. Edited by Carsten Regild and Rolf Börjlind. Staple bound, black front pictorial wrapper with rear cardboard cover, 30 x 21 cm, c. 200 pp. Assembling type magazine featuring b/w photocopied texts and illustrations by Swedish and international artists. Contributions by Wolf Vostell, Hervé Fischer, Albrecht/d., Jorge Caraballo, Eric Andersen, Ben Vautier, Timm Ulrichs, Peter Falck, Endre Tót, Maurizio Nannucci, Jaroslav Kozlowski, Michael Gibbs, Rod Summers, Richard Kostelanetz, Ulises Carrion, Robin Crozier, Gabor Atalai, Bengt af Klintberg, Klaus Groh, Davi Det Hompson, Raul Marroquin, Antonio Muntadas et al. Includes 2 loose inserted textsheets from Moderna Museet regarding the 1977 program, an announcement flyer for a show by Rolf Börjlind at Moderna Museet in 1977 and a 4 page brochure titled 'Carsten Regild - A Lone Wolf’ with an essay by Jean Sellem, 1976.
Vargen was an experimental Underground and Art magazine ran by Carsten Regild and Rolf Börjlind from 1973 to 1976, 8 issues were released in total. The cover features some toning, interior is very good.
No.6. Hägersten (Sweden), Kulturmagasinet Vargen, 1975. Edited by Carsten Regild. Staple bound, striking colour illustrated cover, 30 x 21 cm, c. 190 pp. Assembling type magazine featuring extensive colour printed texts and illustrations by Swedish and international artists. Contributions by Opal L Nation, Michael Gibbs, Olle Granath, Ernst Buchwalder, Jo Mallander, Wolf Vostell, Lomholt, Mats B and others. Vargen was an experimental Underground and Art magazine ran by Carsten Regild and Rolf Börjlind from 1973 to 1976, 8 issues were released in total.
Very good copy.

Carsten Regild and Jean Sellem, The Wolf enters the Brain-Bizarre. Stockholm, Wolf Production / Lund, Galerie S:t Petri Archive of Experimental and Marginal Art, 1976. Sraplebound, 29 x 21.5 cm, 25 leaves plus one loosely inserted gold-coloured sheet with die-cut holes. Front pictorial wrapper and rear cardboard cover, originally closed with a pictorial seal (now opened). Features art works and a few texts by Carsten Regild, and an essay by Jean Sellem titled 'Carsten Regild - A Lone Wolf’. Inserted is a 4 page brochure with the same text by Jean Sellem. It houses 5 loose sheets with photocopied works by Regild.

EUR 400.00

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