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(APERTURE) (SOMMER, FREDERICK). White, Minor, Editor. APERTURE 10:4: FREDERICK SOMMER 1939-1962 PHOTOGRAPHS. Rochester, NY: Aperture Inc., 1962. First Edition. 8vo. Stapled Printed Wrappers. Photography Periodical. Very Good -. 42pp, 30 duotone illustrations + rear cover. Designed by Frederick Sommer. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This fortieth installment of Aperture from 1962 is designed and edited by, and devoted entirely to the writings and images of Frederick Sommer. The very first monograph on his work, it contains a portfolio of twenty-nine beautifully reproduced full page photographs by the venerable late American proponent of the Surrealist image. An internally bright, most handsome copy of this surprisingly uncommon item (cited on pages 162-163 of "The Book of 101 Books") showing some faint spotting to the glossy white surface of the front cover. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 019948

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(ART OF THIS CENTURY). Guggenheim, Peggy, Andre Breton, Jean Arp & Piet Mondrian. ART OF THIS CENTURY: OBJECTS - DRAWINGS - PHOTOGRAPHS - PAINTINGS - SCULPTURE - COLLAGE 1910 TO 1942 - AN EXTRAORDINARY ASSOCIATION COPY. Signed Association Copy from the Author. New York: Art of This Century & Art Aid Corporation, 1942. First Edition 1/2500. 4to. Decorated Cloth Over Boards. Exhibition Catalog. Near Fine./No Jacket - As Issued. 160pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. Cover design by Max Ernst. Art of this Century was heiress and prolific contemporary art collector Peggy Guggenheim's now legendary forward-thinking New York gallery that operated from 1942 until 1947. In conjunction with its first exhibition, Guggenheim edited and published this prescient hardbound book also titled "Art of this Century" that featured a cover by her then-husband Max Ernst, original texts by Andre Breton, Jean Arp and Piet Mondrian, and works by the leading proponents of the Russian Avant-Garde, Cubism, Futurism Dada, De Stijl, Surrealism, Dynaton, and Abstraction. The artists allotted one or more reproductions - frequently with their own statements - are Constantin Brancusi, Pablo Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky, Marc Chagall, Paul Klee, Giorgio De Chirico, Piet Mondrian, Marcel Duchamp, Francis Picabia, Georges Braque, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, Robert Delaunay, Fernand Leger, Juan Gris, Alexander Archipenko, Albert Gleizes, Louis Marcoussis, Henri Laurens, Jacques Lipchitz, Jacques Villon, Amedee Ozenfant, Giacomo Balla, Gino Severini, Kasimir Malevich, El Lissitzky, Theo Van Doesburg, Georges Vantongerloo, Antoine Pevsner, Naum Gabo, Cesar Domela-Nieuwenhuis, Ben Nicholson, Vordemberge-Gildewart, Jean Helion, Alexander Calder, John Ferren, John Tunnard, Charles Howard, Jean (Hans) Arp, Max Ernst, Man Ray, Kurt Schwitters, Andre Masson, Joan Miro, Yves Tanguy, Rene Magritte. Andre Breton, Alberto Giacometti, Salvador Dali, Lawrence Vail, Henry Moore, Victor Brauner, Wolfgang Paalen, Oscar Dominguez, Leonor Fini, Paul Delvaux, Leonora Carrington, Roberto Sebastian Matta Echaurren, and Morris Hirschfield. A bright yellow, remarkably well-preserved copy of this uncommon document bearing the BOLDLY SIGNED PRESENTATION "To mrs Kate Steinitz with many thanks / Peggy Guggenheim / aug. 6. 1942" in black fountain pen on the half title page in the year of publication showing some light soiling and age-toning, mild fraying to the spine ends, and a few ghosts from removed adhesive labels on the inside covers. The front free endpaper features the embossed ownership label of the noted late Los Angeles-based artist, educator, and Surrealist collector Emerson Woelffer. Steinitz was a Hanover-based artist and journalist during the twenties who became Kurt Schwitters' close friend, collaborator, publisher, and eventually his biographer. She was a serious collector of his art who later acted as Schwitters' agent both before and after his death. In 1935 she emigrated to New York, where she curated the "New Americans" exhibition at the 1939 World's Fair. Kate Steinitz is credited in the acknowledgements of "Art of This Century" with supplying some of its reproduced photographs, and is also likely the source of the three exhibited Schwitters works cited in the book. She moved to Los Angeles in 1945 to oversee the Elmer Belt library of Vinciana, which she did until her death in 1975. Her personal library was then acquired by noted local antiquarian dealer Jake Zeitlin, who supplied many rare books and prints to Mr. Woelffer - from whose library we obtained this significant tome directly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022345

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(ARTFORUM). Sandback, Amy Baker, Editor. LOOKING CRITICALLY: 21 YEARS OF ARTFORUM MAGAZINE. Ann Arbor, MI: U.M.I. Research Press, 1984. First Edition. Square 4to. Cloth in Illustrated Jacket. Fine/Good +. 342pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Designed by Roger Gorman and Mary Beath. Beginning with an Ed Kienholz review at the Ferus Gallery from its June 1962 inaugural issue, this is an amazing compendium of articles and reviews culled from the first twenty-one years of the noted art periodical "Artforum" featuring contributions by the stellar likes of Kate Steinitz, Henry T. Hopkins, Don Factor, Robert Pincus-Witten, Dennis Adrian, John Coplans, Hilton Kramer, Harold Rosenberg, Henry Geldzahler, John Cage, Walter Hopps, Ed Ruscha, Allan Kaprow, Robert Rosenblum, Dan Flavin, Sam Wagstaff, Billy Kluver, Lucy R. Lippard, Robert Rosenblum, Roger Shattuck, Ad Reinhardt, Mel Bochner, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenburg, Barbara Rose, Manny Farber, Michael Fried, Robert Morris, Philip Leider, Hollis Frampton, Carl Andre, Richard Serra, Lawrence Alloway, Barbara Kruger, Jane Livingston, Lizzie Borden, Kenneth Baker, Laurie Anderson, Agnes Martin, Cindy Nemser, Sidney Tillim, Annette Michelson, Rosalind Krauss, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Roberta Smith, Peter Plagens, Peter Schjeldahl, j. Hoberman, Hal Foster, Richard Flood, Carter Ratcliff, Stuart Morgan, Max Kozloff, Donald Kuspit, Dan Graham, Walter De Maria, Komar & Melamid, Edit De Ak, Lawrence Weiner, Kathy Acker, Robert Mapplethorpe, Anselm Kiefer, Thomas McEvilley, Louise Bourgeois, Ingrid Sischy, and too many more to list. A most handsome copy of the uncommon hardbound edition whose dust jacket shows some overall light wear, handling and scuffing. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-8357-1536-1 Inventory Number: 014028

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(BELLMER, HANS). Iwaya, Kuniyo. HANS BELLMER: THE DOLL. Tokyo: Treville Co. Ltd., 1995. First Edition. 8vo. Pictorial Boards. Photography Monograph. Fine/No Jacket - As Issued. np, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in Japanese. Designed by Jun Takechi. "The Doll" is a beautiful little book published only in Japan that reproduces all of the known photographic images of "La Poupee" - Hans Bellmer's articulated, anatomically amorphous Surrealist doll that was the not so obscure object of his desire. A most handsome copy of the first edition. 4-8457-1019-6 Inventory Number: 019747

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(BIFUR). Ribemont-Dessaignes, Georges, Editor. BIFUR 2. Paris: Editions Du Carrefour, 1929. First Edition 1/3000. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Literary Journal. Good. 191pp, 12 illustrations in b&w. Text in French. This is the second of eight issues of the Parisian modernist journal "Bifur". The literary contributors are Giorgio De Chirico, Lilika Nacos, Francis Picabia, Martin-Luis Guzman, Rene Daumal, Ramon Gomez De La Serna, Jean Giono, William Carlos Williams, Michel Leiris, Pierre MacOrlan, Boris Pilniak, Jean Sylviere, Pierre Minet, Nathan Altman, Robert Desnos, Gabriel Bounoure, and Caradoc Evans. Reproductions in heliogravure include works by Andre Masson, De Chirico, De La Serna, Paul Klee, Man Ray, and Germaine Krull. A presentable example of this notable Surrealist-leaning periodical whose exterior shows moderate overall wear with light soiling and creasing of the spine and covers as well as some chipping at the extremities. The textblock has toned with age (as is typical), but is quite sound with the exception of one small closed tear. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 005196

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(BROODTHAERS, MARCEL) (OCTOBER). Copjec, Joan, Douglas Crimp, Rosalind Krauss, Annette Michelson & Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Editors. OCTOBER 42: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - FALL 1987: BROODTHAERS - WRITINGS, INTERVIEWS, PHOTOGRAPHS - LIMITED HARDBOUND EDITION. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 1987. First Edition. 8vo. Debossed Buckram. Artist Monograph. Fine/No Jacket - As Issued. 212pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. With a bibliography. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this special monographic issue devoted to Marcel Broodthaers include: Untitled Poem, Azure, Questions of Painting, Selections from Pense-Bete, Investigating Dreamland, Gare au defi: Pop Art, Jim Dine, and the Influence of Rene Magritte, To be bien pensant...or not to be. To be blind, An Interview by the Film Journal Trepied, Ten Thousand Francs Reward, A Portfolio of Photographs - Marcel Broodthaers; Look! Books in Plaster! - Dieter Schwarz; Open Letters, Industrial Poems - Benjamin H.D. Buchloh; The Exhibition at the MTL Gallery in Brussels - Anne Rorimer; The Figures - Dirk Snauwaert; Section des Figures: The Eagle from the Oligocene to the Present - Rainer Borgemeister; Eagle/Pipe/Urinal - Michael Oppitz; Recourse to the Letter - Birgit Pelzer; DÉCOR: A Conquest by Marcel Broodthaers - Marcel Broodthaers; Bibliography - Marie-Pascale Gildemyn. A most handsome copy of the exceedingly uncommon limited hardbound edition of this important document published with the assistance of the J. Paul Getty Trust. 0-262-02281-8 Inventory Number: 020748

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(CAGE, JOHN). Cage, John. Russell Ferguson, Editor.. ROLYWHOLYOVER A CIRCUS: JOHN CAGE. New York & Los Angeles: Rizzoli International Publications & Museum of Contemporary Art, 1993. First Edition. Oblong 4to. Silkscreened Aluminum Box. Music Monograph. Near Fine/No Jacket - As Issued. np, loose printed contents laid into an Aluminum Box. Designed by Catherine Lorenz. This is the spirited exhibition catalogue for a huge traveling retrospective that celebrated John Cage, his collaborators, influences, and influence on twentieth Century culture. Composer, lecturer, musician, artist, theoretician, Zen student, mycologist - all aspects of his life and art are represented here in a patchwork quilt of texts and images jammed into a sleek, mirror-like metal case. Every day in each of the show's venues (MOCA, the Menil Collection, the Guggenheim, Art Tower Mito Contemporary Art Center in Japan, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art) the art objects shifted in placement and installation - a nod to Cage's pioneering use of chance, and randomization as compositional elements. This catalogue/object functions much the same way, with nearly fifty pieces of printed ephemera laid in, with no hierarchical order. The primary texts here include; "Paying Attention" by Anne d'Harnoncourt, "nothingtoseeness" by Julie Lazar, "John Cage in the Social Realm" by Laura Kuhn, "UNCAGEDWORDS" by Joan Retallack, "Cage and Counting" by Mark Swed, "Anarchy" by John Cage, "An Autobiographical Statement" by John Cage, "Macrobiotic Cooking" by John Cage, "The Agenbite of Outwit" by Marshall McLuhan, "What Should I Eat?" by Andrew Weil, M. D., "Chronological Table of John Cage's Life" by Ellsworth Snyder, "Zen and Dhyana" by Daisetz T. Suzuki, "The Dancer and the Dance" by Merce Cunningham in conversation with Jacqueline Lesschaeve, and "The Director's Forward" by Richard T. Koshalek of MOCA. Artists' work in the show (but not necessarily in the catalogue) included Cage, Josef Albers, Antonin Arthaud, Joseph Beuys, George Brecht, William S. Burroughs, Joseph Cornell, Willem De Kooning, Maya Deren, Jean Dubuffet, Marcel Duchamp, Buckminster Fuller, Allen Ginsberg, Arshile Gorky, Peter Greenaway, Richard Hamilton, Jasper Johns, Allan Kaprow, Ellsworth Kelly, Yves Klein, Franz Kline, Sol Lewitt, Kasimir Malevich, Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman, Isamu Noguchi, Yoko Ono, Nam June Paik, Harry Partch, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Ad Reinhardt, Mark Rothko, Robert Ryman, Erik Satie, Jean Tinguely, David Tudor, Cy Twombly, Edgar Varese, La Monte Young, and many, many others. An internally complete, most handsome copy of this cleverly designed book cum object showing some typical fine surface scratches to the mirror-like finish of its box. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-8478-1772-5 Inventory Number: 023380

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(CORNELL, JOSEPH). Coplans, John. JOSEPH CORNELL. Akron, OH: Akron Art Institute, 1978. First Edition. 8vo. Stapled Printed Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Fine. 32pp, 21 b&w illustrations. This slender catalogue published in conjunction with a 1978 Joseph Cornell retrospective held at the Akron Art Institute is small and elegant, just like the artist's work. A pristine copy. Inventory Number: 022058

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(CORNELL, JOSEPH). Hartigan, Lynda Roscoe. Foreword by Elizabeth Broun and Dan L. Monroe. JOSEPH CORNELL: NAVIGATING THE IMAGINATION. Salem, MA, Washington, DC, & New Haven, CT: Peabody Essex Museum and Smithsonian American Art Museum in association with Yale University Press, 2007. First Edition. 4to. Cloth in Illustrated Jacket. Artist Monograph. Fine/Fine. 390pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Designed by Studio Blue. "Navigating the Imagination" is the massive, beautifully designed and executed hardbound catalogue issued in conjunction with a 2007 Joseph Cornell retrospective exhibition that traveled from the Peabody Essex Museum to the Smithsonian American Art Museum. A most handsome copy of the first printing. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-300-11162-2 Inventory Number: 021896

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(CORNELL, JOSEPH). McShine, Kynaston. JOSEPH CORNELL: BOXES UND COLLAGES. Zurich, SWITZERLAND: Gimpel & Hanover Galerie, 1972. First Edition. 8vo. Stapled Printed Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Very Good -. np (12pp), 10 b&w illustrations. Text in German. With an exhibition checklist and biography. This is the slender twelve page catalogue published in conjunction with a 1972 Swiss gallery exhibition of seventeen boxes and six collages by the late, iconoclastic American artist Joseph Cornell. A handsome copy of this uncommon item showing some slight sunning and soiling to the covers. Inventory Number: 013167

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(CORNELL, JOSEPH). Polko, Elise & Joseph Cornell. MARIA - ONE OF AN ESTIMATED ONE HUNDRED COPIES PRIVATELY PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH CORNELL. NP. (Queens, NY).: Salamander Editions, 1954. First Edition. 12mo. Printed Wrappers with Glassine. Artist's Book. Fine./Fine.. np (12pp), 1 b&w illustration. This tiny gem of a pamphlet was self-published by Cornell in 1954 and distributed only sparingly. Quoting from Deborah Solomon's insightful biography, "Utopia Parkway: The Life and Work of Joseph Cornell" - "As he had once designed special issues of Dance Index, he now published two pamphlets devoted to two great divas. "Maria" (1954) was dedicated to Maria Malibran. And "Bel Canto Pet", done the next year, was his tribute to Giulia Grisi. Cornell printed the pamphlets at his own expense, in editions of 100, and sent them to his friends. While Cornell was a well-known balletomane, virtually nothing has been written about his interest in opera. Many of his bird boxes bear opera-related titles, and comments in his diary suggest that Cornell associated birds with stars from Opera's "golden age". Cornell's pamphlet "Maria" was almost as cryptic as his bird boxes. It doesn't even give the singer's last name. All text, no pictures, it consists of an excerpt from the German author Elise Polko and relates the story of an unnamed diva who becomes enraptured with a nightingale's song". While some of the copies given as gifts by Cornell contained hand-collaged elements or greetings from the artist, this is an exceptionally bright, flawless (save for some slight oxidation of the two staples) example in a glassine wrapper of this rarity, just as Cornell would have received it from the printer. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 023230

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(CORNELL, JOSEPH). Silverman Gallery, Manny. JOSEPH CORNELL: COLLAGES AND BOX CONSTRUCTIONS. Los Angeles: Manny Silverman Gallery, 1996. First Edition. 8vo. Illustrated Wrappers. Exhibition Brochure. As New. One continuous 8 1/2 x 22" cardstock sheet printed offset recto and verso, folded neatly in fourths to make 8pp, 5 color illustrations. With a chronology and collections listing. This is the elegantly produced eight page brochure published in conjunction with a 1996 Los Angeles gallery exhibition of collages, boxes and assemblages by the late, great Joseph Cornell. A pristine copy of this uncommon ephemeral item that was the only printed documentation of the event. Inventory Number: 021842

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(CORNELL, JOSEPH). Starr, Sandra Leonard. JOSEPH CORNELL AND THE BALLET. New York: Castelli-Feigen-Corcoran, 1983. First Edition. Oblong 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Fine. 88pp, 48 b&w and 1 color illustration. Designed by the Castle Press. This is the lovely catalogue issued in conjunction with a posthumous 1983 New York gallery exhibition of Joseph Cornell boxes and collages whose imagery reflects his lifelong obsession with the ballet. A most handsome copy. LC 83-73032 Inventory Number: 016892

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(CORNELL, JOSEPH). Starr, Sandra Leonard. JOSEPH CORNELL AND THE BALLET - SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR. Signed by the Author. New York: Castelli-Feigen-Corcoran, 1983. First Edition. Oblong 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Fine. 88pp, 48 b&w and 1 color illustration. Designed by the Castle Press. This is the lovely catalogue issued in conjunction with a 1983 New York gallery exhibition of Joseph Cornell's boxes and collages whose imagery reflects his lifelong obsession with the ballet. A most presentable copy showing a bit of wear & soiling to the white covers, this has a five line SIGNED AND DATED PRESENTATION in black ink on the first preliminary from the author, noted Cornell dealer and scholar Sandra "Sandy" Starr. LC 83-73032 Inventory Number: 005860

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(CORNELL, JOSEPH). Starr, Sandra Leonard. JOSEPH CORNELL: ART AND METAPHYSICS. New York: Castelli-Feigen-Corcoran, 1982. First Edition 1/3000. 8vo. Illustrated Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Near Fine. 92pp, 15 color and 5 b&w illustrations. Designed by the Castle Press. With an exhibition checklist. This is the lovely catalogue issued in conjunction with a 1982 New York gallery show that illustrates in color each of the fifteen Joseph Cornell boxes exhibited. A most handsome copy. LC 82-71787 Inventory Number: 021265

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(CURRY, AARON). Curry, Aaron. AARON CURRY - MMNKTLPLKT - SIGNED BY THE ARTIST. Signed by the Artist. London & New York: Michael Werner Gallery, 2011. First Edition. 4to. Wrappers in Plastic Jacket. Artist Monograph. As New./As New.. np (72pp) + np (16pp), profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Designed by Brian Roettinger. This is the striking, elaborately designed catalogue cum artist's book that documents two 2010 exhibitions of paintings and sculptures by Aaron Curry entitled "MMNKTLPLKT" held at Michael Werner's galleries in London and New York. The Los Angeles-based artist's work is a skewed, gleefully updated take on Alexander Calder, Hans Arp and biomorphic Surrealism, and this extraordinary publication contains manipulated reproductions of the installations along with numerous inserts and overlays. A pristine copy in the publisher's Day-Glo plastic jacket BOLDLY SIGNED "Aaron Curry" in orange marker on the front free endpaper. 1-885013-84-1 Inventory Number: 023310

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(DUCHAMP, MARCEL) (PENDU FEMELLE AKA TIM KUMMEROW). Kummerow, Tim. PENDU FEMELLE: ENCOUNTER WITH DUCHAMP. NP (Pasadena, CA).: Readymade Records, 1988. First Edition. Square 8vo. 45 RPM Single + Sleeve. Artist Multiple. Fine./Fine.. 7", 45 rpm vinyl record in unprinted white paper sleeve with a printed wrapper, 1 b&w illustration. This engaging bit of sonic mayhem was issued in 1988 by Readymade Records (RM 02) as a clear vinyl single by Pasadena Dada aficionado Tim Kummerow to coincide with the birth centenary of Marcel Duchamp. "Encounter with Duchamp" is a rollicking homage to the master that incorporates recorded fragments of Duchamp's voice with adventuresome musical accompaniment credited to "Pendu Femelle" - Kummerow, A.J. Marik and Ian Montgomery. The B-side is entitled "The Main Event". A most handsome copy of both the record and sleeve of this limited, barely distributed rarity for the Duchamp completeist. Inventory Number: 021068

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(DUCHAMP, MARCEL). Clearwater, Bonnie, Editor. WEST COAST DUCHAMP. Miami Beach, FL & Los Angeles: Grassfield Press in Association with Shoshana Wayne Gallery, 1991. First Edition. 4to. Embossed Self-Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Very Good. 128pp, 57 b&w illustrations. This scholarly yet engaging bit of Duchampiana was published in conjunction with a 1991 exhibition and seminar on the Dada master, his interaction with, and influences on the City of the Angels. The contributors to this handsomely illustrated tome are Francis Naumann, Naomi Sawelson-Gorse, Dickran Tashjian, Walter Hopps and Robert Pincus. A handsome copy showing a bit of light scuffing to the covers. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-9628514-1-8 Inventory Number: 014208

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(DUCHAMP, MARCEL). Clearwater, Bonnie, Editor. WEST COAST DUCHAMP. Miami Beach, FL & Los Angeles: Grassfield Press in Association with Shoshana Wayne Gallery, 1991. First Edition. 4to. Embossed Self-Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Fine. 128pp, 57 b&w illustrations. This scholarly yet engaging bit of Duchampiana was published in conjunction with a 1991 exhibition and seminar on the Dada master, his interaction with, and influences on the City of the Angels. The contributors to this handsomely illustrated tome are Francis Naumann, Naomi Sawelson-Gorse, Dickran Tashjian, Walter Hopps and Robert Pincus. A most handsome copy. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-9628514-1-8 Inventory Number: 020746

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(DUCHAMP, MARCEL). Clearwater, Bonnie, Editor. WEST COAST DUCHAMP - SIGNED AND DATED BY THE EDITOR. Signed by the Editor. Miami Beach, FL & Los Angeles: Grassfield Press in Association with Shoshana Wayne Gallery, 1991. First Edition. 4to. Cloth in Dust Jacket. Artist Monograph. Fine/Fine. 128pp, 57 b&w illustrations. This scholarly yet engaging bit of Duchampiana was published in conjunction with a 1991 exhibition and seminar on the Dada master, his interaction with, and influences on the City of the Angels. The contributors to this handsomely illustrated tome are Francis Naumann, Naomi Sawelson-Gorse, Dickran Tashjian, Walter Hopps and Robert Pincus. A most handsome copy of the clothbound edition in the royal blue dust jacket BOLDLY SIGNED AND DATED "Bonnie Clearwater, Los Angeles, 1991" by the editor in the year of publication in black ink on the title page. 0-9628514-0-X Inventory Number: 020332

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(ELUARD, PAUL). Eluard, Paul. Preface by Jean Paulhan. PAUL ELUARD: LES NECESSITES DE LA VIE ET LES CONSEQUENCES DES REVES - AN EXTRAORDINARY SIGNED ASSOCIATION COPY. Signed Presentation Copy from the Author. Paris: au Sans Pariel, 1921. First Edition 1/600. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Poetry Monograph. Very Good. 78pp, no illustrations. Text in French. "Les Nécessités de la Vie et Les Conséquences des Rêves" is Paul Eluard's 1921 collection of proto-surrealist poems and prose - one of the French literary titan's earliest publications. A handsome example of the uncommon au Sans Pareil first printing in an unprinted glassine jacket numbered 563 from the edition of six hundred copies on papier vélin bouffant BOLDLY INSCRIBED "a Paul Morand, aux fils de mon amitié, Paul Eluard" in black ink on the front free endpaper showing some typical age-toning to the pages along with a slight dent at the upper foredge corner. Hailing from a privileged cultural background, Paul Morand was a prolific writer well-known by Picasso and the Dada and Surrealist Circles in Paris between the wars. He is probably currently best remembered for having collaborated with Coco Chanel on her memoirs - as his views on race, anti-Semitism, and complicity with the Nazis during the Vichy occupation have left his literary reputation rather tarnished. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022590

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(ERNST, MAX) (SOMMER, FREDERICK). Ernst, Max & Alain Bosquet. MAX ERNST: OEUVRE SCULPTE 1913-1961. Paris & Heidelberg, GERMANY: Le Point Cardinal, 1961. First Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Catalogue Raisonné. Good -. np, profusely illustrated in b&w. Text in French. This nicely appointed catalogue features over seventy of Max Ernst's reliefs, sculptures, and masques in addition to many of his larger works; the granite sculptures in Maloja, Switzerland (at the home of Giacometti) , the alfresco reliefs and sculpture in Saint-Martin D'Ardeche, France and Sedona, Arizona. This was the first catalogue raisonné of the sculptural work, and features photographs of the Sedona environment by Frederick Sommer, as well as images by Lee Miller. A presentable copy only with a tight, bright textblock showing some wear and abrading along the edges of the spine as well as dents with attendant diagonal creases to both upper corners. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 011883

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(ERNST, MAX).. MAX ERNST. Tokyo. ND (Circa 1958).: Misuzu, First Edition. 8vo. Cloth in Dust Jacket. Artist Monograph. Very Good/Good +. 106pp, 44 b&w and 26 color illustrations. Text in Japanese. Published as part of a Japanese series of monographs on European and American modern artists, this volume is devoted to the work of noted Dada and Surealist icon Max Ernst. While we cannot make out the publication details in Kanji, this is a nicely illustrated survey of paintings, collages, and frottages dating to the late fifties. A most presentable copy of this uncommon item showing a bit of handling to the textblock, some chips and closed tears to the dust jacket, and the previous owner's stamp of noted artist Sam Francis on the inside rear cover. Inventory Number: 008868

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(ERNST, MAX). Ernst, Max. LIEUX COMMUNS: ONZE POEMES ET DOUZE COLLAGES DE MAX ERNST. Milan, ITALY: Galerie Alexande Iolas, 1971. First Edition 1/1000. Folio. Loose Prints in a Portfolio. Illustrated Book. Near Fine/No Jacket - As Issued. np (36pp), 12 color illustrations (in nine signatures) laid into the publisher's silkscreened cloth portfolio, as issued. Text in French. Limited to one thousand copies published in 1971 by Ernst's renowned art dealer Alexandre Iolas, this sumptuous livre d'artiste printed by Sergio Tosi reproduces twelve collages by the artist in vivid photolithography juxtaposed with eleven brief accompanying poems. A most handsome copy showing a few minor abrasions to the exterior of the portfolio and a light brown smudge to the inside front cover. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 003881

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(ERNST, MAX). Ernst, Max. MAX ERNST: PERTURBATIONS - DELICES ET ORGUES. Paris: Galerie Alexande Iolas, 1973. First Edition 1/1000. 8vo. Illustrated Self-Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Near Fine. np (52pp), 15 color and 5 b&w illustrations. Text in French. Published in an edition of one thousand copies in conjunction with a 1973 exhibition at Max Ernst's longtime Parisian dealer Alexandre Iolas, this sumptuous exhibition catalogue reproduces fifteen paintings and collages with five silver bas-reliefs by the artist in gravure on Arches watercolor paper. A most handsome example. Inventory Number: 008869

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(GUSTON, PHILIP) (DE CHRICO, GIORGIO). Taylor, Michael R. & Lisa Melandri. Foreword by Elsa Longhauser. ENIGMA VARIATIONS: PHILIP GUSTON AND GIORGIO DE CHIRICO. Santa Monica, CA: Santa Monica Museum of Art, 2006. First Edition. Oblong 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Artists Monograph. Fine. 64pp, 26 color and 29 b&w illustrations. Designed by William Longhauser. With an exhibition checklist. This is the scholarly catalogue published in conjunction with a thoughtful 2006 Santa Monica Museum of Art exhibition that compared and contrasted the paintings of Philip Guston to those of Giorgio De Chirico. A most handsome copy. 0-9745108-2-3 Inventory Number: 021905

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(HUGNET, GEORGES) (DUCHAMP, MARCEL). Hugnet, Georges. GEORGES HUGNET: LA SEPTIEME FACE DU DÉ: POEMES - DECOUPAGES (COUVERTURE DE MARCEL DUCHAMP). Paris: Editions Jeanne Bucher, 1936. First Edition 1/250. 4to. Sewn Illustrated Wrappers. Livre D'Artiste. Good +./No Jacket - As Issued.. (84pp), profusely illustrated in small woodcuts along with 15 color and 5 full page monochrome collotype plates + b&w cover. Cover designed by Marcel Duchamp. Text in French. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "La Septieme Face du Dé" is repeatedly acknowledged as one of the triumphs of the Surrealist illustrated book. It masterfully combines twenty of Hugnet's prose poems alongside overtly erotic, beautifully collaged and photomontaged images. The cover design and typography by Marcel Duchamp was created especially for the publication featuring a Man Ray photograph of the sculpture "Why Not Sneeze Rrose Selavy". This example (number forty-four of the two hundred and fifty copies on vélin) shows soiling, patination, and wear to the wrappers - most notably a tiny chip missing from the front cover at the crown of the spine and diagonal soft-creases through each of its foredge corners. The top and bottom edges of the wrappers show some wear and abrading, and the rear cover is slightly sunned along its extremities. The contents and textblock are intact and sound, and for the most part quite bright though showing a bit of foxing to the inside front cover, the front free endpaper, and the first few pages along the foredge. The edges display typical mild age patination and soiling, and there is in addition a tiny diagonal soft-crease to a portion of the textblock at the upper foredge corner. Still in all, this is a most presentable copy of this exquisite tome (cited on pages 92-93 of "The Book of 101 Books") that has been housed in a modest protective custom cloth chemise slipcase. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 016520

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(JARRY, ALFRED). De Galle, Bertrand, Waldemar Gielarek, Jose Pierre, Henri Behar, Noel Arnaud & Gabriel Mace. UBU: CENT ANS DE REGNE. Paris: Musee-Galerie De La Seita, 1989. First Edition. Square 8vo. Illustrated Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Fine. 96pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in French. With a biography. Published in conjunction with a 1989 French Museum exhibition celebrating all things "Pere Ubu", this stylish catalogue depicts literary lion Alfred Jarry's famed creation in print, caricature, art, photography, theatre, and film. It reproduces likenesses by Jarry himself, Joan Miro, Matta, Dora Maar, Georges Rouault, Pierre Bonnard, Max Ernst, Ossip Zadkine, Victor Brauner, Gyp, and many, many more. A most handsome copy. 2-906-524-40-9 Inventory Number: 017619

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(LA BRECHE: ACTION SURREALISTE). Breton, Andre, Director. Robert Benayoun, Gerard Legrand, Jose Pierre & Jean Schuster, Editors. LA BRECHE: ACTION SURREALISTE 2 - MAI (19)62. Paris: Le Terrain Vague, 1962. First Edition. 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Very Good. 73pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Text in French. This is the second installment (of eight total) of Andre Breton's sixties Surrealist inflected art & literary journal "La Breche". Contributors to this issue include: Toyen, Jurgen Baltrusaitis, Maurice Blanchot, Jorge-Luis Borges, Roger Callois, Mircea Eliade, Julien Gracq, Karl Jaspers, Claude Levi-Strauss, Henri Michaux, Edgar Morin, Saint-John Perse, Arnold Toynbee, Robert Benayoun & Jose Pierre, Guy Selz, Jean Markale, Micheline Bounoure, Jehan Mayoux, Alain Joubert, Gerard Legrand, Joyce Mansour, Vincent Bounoure, Radovan Isvic, Mimi Parent, Guy Cabanel, Edouard Jaguer, Jean Benoit, Andre Breton, and more. A handsome copy, showing an unobtrusive Library date stamp on the front cover, but no additional stamps, pockets or accession markings of any kind. Inventory Number: 007030

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(LA BRECHE: ACTION SURREALISTE). Breton, Andre, Director. Robert Benayoun, Gerard Legrand, Jose Pierre & Jean Schuster, Editors. LA BRECHE: ACTION SURREALISTE 3 - SEPTEMBRE (19)62. Paris: Le Terrain Vague, 1962. First Edition. 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Very Good. 80pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Text in French. This is the third installment (of eight total) of Andre Breton's sixties Surrealist inflected art & literary journal "La Breche". Contributors to this issue include: Toyen, Alberto Gironella, Konrad Klapheck, Jacques Lacomblez, Rene Magritte, Man Ray, Matija Skurjeni, Guy Hallart, Robert Benayoun, Jose Pierre, Arrabal, Alain Joubert, Gerard Legrand, Joyce Mansour, Vincent Bounoure & Jose Pierre, Radovan Isvic, Mimi Parent, Guy Cabanel, Edouard Jaguer, Charles Cros, Oscar Panizza, Jean-Claude Barbe, Ragnar Von Holten, Jean Schuster, Roger Callois, Edgar Morin, Andre Breton, and more. A handsome copy. Inventory Number: 007031

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(LA BRECHE: ACTION SURREALISTE). Breton, Andre, Director. Robert Benayoun, Vincent Bounoure, Gerard Legrand, Jose Pierre & Jean Schuster, Editors. LA BRECHE: ACTION SURREALISTE 6 - JUIN (19)64. Paris: Le Terrain Vague, 1964. First Edition. 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Very Good -. 96pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Text in French. This is the sixth installment (of eight total) of Andre Breton's sixties Surrealist inflected art & literary journal "La Breche". Contributors to this issue include: Toyen, James Rosenquist, Adrien Dax, Guy Hallart, Konrad Klapheck, Jean Terossian, Gabriel Der Kevorkian, Jorge Camacho, Reinhoud, Jean-Claude Barbe, Pierre-Yves Lemaitre, Philippe Audoin, Jose Pierre, Jean-Claude Silbermann, Robert Benayoun, Malcolm De Chazal, Alain Joubert, Gerard Legrand, Joyce Mansour, Elizabeth Lenk, Pierre Dhainaut, Vincent Bounoure, Jean-Louis Bedouin, Radovan Isvic, Robert Guyon, Mimi Parent, Jean Schuster, Andre Breton, and more. A handsome copy, showing an unobtrusive Library date stamp on the front cover, but no additional stamps, pockets or accession markings of any kind. Inventory Number: 007033

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(MAN RAY) (PAOLINI, GIULIO) (BOLAFFIARTE). Man Ray & Giulio Paolini. BOLAFFIARTE N. 31, ANNO IV: GIUGINO-LUGLIO 1973 - WITH ORIGINAL GRAPHICS BY MAN RAY AND GIULIO PAOLINI. Torino, ITALY: Bolaffi & Mondadori Editori, 1973. First Edition 1/5000. 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Very Good -. 136pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w, with two 11 3/4 x 9 1/4" original graphics laid in. Text in Italian. This is the thirty-first installment of the Italian Arts magazine "BolaffiArte". Amongst the more interesting articles here are features on American Land Art (Michael Heizer and Robert Smithson) and Hippie Communes in the Southwest - both with photographs by Gianfranco Gorgoni, collectors Dorothy and Herbert Vogel, Conceptual Art and Arte Povera 1966 - 1969, and a section devoted to Man Ray. For the issue, Man Ray was commissioned to create an original work of art utilizing the letter "R" (as part its "L'Alfabebeto di BolaffiArte" series), which was then reproduced utilizing the photolithographic process and included as a loose insert. It consists of an embossed sheet of cardstock which has been overprinted with a stylized "Man Ray" in dark green, save for the "R" printed in red. In addition, noted Italian Arte Povera/Conceptual artist Giulio Paolini has contributed an original insert entitled "Vedo, 1969 (la decifrazione del mio campo visivo)". A most presentable copy with like inserts showing a bit of overall light wear and a slight dent at the heel of the spine. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 009218

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(MAN RAY). Baum, Timothy, G. Ray Hawkins, David Fahey, Man Ray & Juliet Man Ray. CAFE MAN RAY . Los Angeles: G. Ray Hawkins Gallery, Inc., 1986. First Edition 1/1985. Square 8vo. Loose Contents in a Box. Photography Monograph. Fine./No Jacket - As Issued. 15 individual components housed in a cardboard box with pastedowns. Designed by Sandy Iwataki and G. Ray Hawkins. This is an exceedingly elaborate Man Ray item published in conjunction with the tenth anniversary exhibition of Los Angeles' G. Ray Hawkins Gallery. The show itself was an elaborate homage to Man Ray, and his special relationship with the city he called home for several years after the Second World War. It consisted of one hundred and eighty-two photographs, paintings, drawings, objects, and graphics. This catalogue/object contains fifteen loose elements, each unique to this publication. They are (a): title page, colophon, "Dada Manifesto" by Man Ray, printed envelope containing "A Sealed Object of Appreciation", "The Unfolding Interview" between Juliet Man Ray and David Fahey, letter from Timothy Baum, lapel button reproducing a Man Ray photographic self portrait, perforated sheet of forty-nine "Cafe Man Ray" gummed stamps - with images of artworks on them, two "Cafe Man Ray" paper match boxes, "This is Cafe Man Ray" - a large matchbook-type cover containing a silver contact print of the installed exhibition, checklist of the gallery's first ten years of activity, exhibition checklist, and an acknowledgements page. These are all housed in the publisher's black, velvet-lined cardboard box with three printed pastedowns, as issued. A most handsome copy. Inventory Number: 012155

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(MAN RAY). Man Ray. "1951 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS FROM JULIET AND MAN RAY": AN ORIGINAL RAYOGRAPH. NP (Hollywood, CA). ND (1950).: Self-Published, First Edition. Oblong 12mo. Silver Gelatin Photograph. Near Fine. One 3 3/4 x 6 3/4" silver gelatin photograph printed recto only. This is an original Rayograph designed and printed by Man Ray that was sent to friends as a New Year's card while the noted artist was in residence in Hollywood with wife Juliet. The vintage silver gelatin print features the text "1951 greetings from Juliet and Man Ray" in the artist's hand stretching between a starfish and another object that looks like a malformed croissant. A handsome example of this exceedingly uncommon ephemeral item showing just a tiny bit of wear and handling at each of its lower corners along with some mild "silvering" of the photographic surface when viewed in raking light. In addition, Man Ray himself has written "Apt K 1245 Vine St" - his studio address at the time - along the top of the verso in pencil. While there is no mailing envelope to establish its provenance, this was acquired by us several years ago directly from the noted local bookseller that purchased the library of Los Angeles master printer Lynton R. Kistler - who collaborated frequently with both Man Ray and Merle Armitage. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022980

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(MAN RAY). Man Ray. ALPHABET FOR ADULTS: SIGNED BY MAN RAY. Signed by the Artist. Beverly Hills, CA: Copley Galleries, 1948. First Edition 1/500. 4to. 1/4 Linen Over Boards. Artist's Book. Good +/No Jacket - As Issued. np (80pp), 39 monochrome illustrations + cover. In a protective clear acetate dust wrapper. "Alphabet for Adults" is Man Ray's charming 1948 illustrated abecedaire published during the artist's residence in Hollywood by his gallerist William Copley. It presents thirty-nine whimsical drawings with captions ranging from anchor to zinc that were printed by Lynton R. Kistler, who was Merle Armitage's collaborator of choice in the same period. An internally bright, most handsome example of this uncommon item limited to five hundred unnumbered copies in the printer's original clear plastic overlay BOLDLY SIGNED "Man Ray" in pencil on the title page showing a bit of typical mild age-toning to its covers and endpapers along with some light soiling and traces of contact with moisture to the boards. It was acquired by us directly from the library of Man Ray's friend, the late, great Los Angeles artist, collector and educator Emerson Woelffer, and bears his embossed gold foil ownership label on the front free endpaper. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022555

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(MAN RAY). Man Ray. MAN RAY: HAND WRITTEN ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE 1941 EXHIBITION OF "IMAGINARY PORTRAIT OF A FRENCHMAN OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY" AT THE ARTIST'S HOLLYWOOD STUDIO. Hollywood, CA. ND (1940).: Self-Published, First Edition. 12mo. Cardstock Postcard. Exhibition Announcement. Very Good. One 5 1/2 x 4 1/4" cardstock sheet printed by hand recto only, no illustrations. This is an announcement designed and printed by hand by Man Ray that was sent to friends and prospective collectors inviting them to a short-lived private viewing held at his Hollywood studio in January of 1941. On display was Man Ray's newly revised version of his 1938 masterwork "Portrait Imaginaire de D.A.F. de Sade" - the original having been left behind when the artist hastily fled Paris following the German occupation at the outbreak of World War II. The text is in the artist's hand in black ink on terracotta-colored cardstock, and reads "Man Ray is showing his imaginary portrait of a Frenchman of the eighteenth century - in his new studio - 1245 Vine Street Hollywood from 3 to 5 until January 13". This is accompanied by Man Ray's hand-stamped woodblock cartouche bearing the initials MR in black ink. A handsome example of this exceedingly uncommon ephemeral item - the only documentation of what we believe to be Man Ray's first Los Angeles exhibition - showing some slight age-toning, a few minor handling creases, and a tiny surface scratch along with a barely visible oily spot on the recto. While there is no mailing envelope to verify its provenance, this announcement was acquired by us along with a group of material that had belonged to the legendary local bookseller Jake Zeitlin who was a friend of Man Ray during his Los Angeles sojourn. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022981

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(MAN RAY). Man Ray. TO BE CONTINUED UNNOTICED (SOME PAPERS BY MAN RAY IN CONNECTION WITH HIS EXPOSITION DECEMBER 1948) - SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY OF THE DELUXE LIMITED EDITION WITH A SIGNED PRINT. Signed Presentation from the Artist - with a Print. Beverly Hills, CA: Copley Galleries, 1948. First Edition 1/125 Deluxe. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Artist's Book. Good +. or Better 7 monochrome illustrations. Designed by Man Ray. In a protective clear acetate dust wrapper. "To Be Continued Unnoticed" is the catalogue cum artist's book published in conjunction with the 1948 Man Ray exhibition held at Copley Galleries during his residence in Hollywood. Limited to a mere two hundred and seventy-five copies, it reproduces four then-recent paintings, two drawings, and a photograph along with two texts by the artist on unbound colored pages. Its unusual and graphic presentation includes two interlocking covers on heavy blue and yellow paper stock designed by Man Ray, and was printed by Lynton R. Kistler - Merle Armitage's collaborator of choice during the same period. A most presentable example of this exceedingly uncommon item from the deluxe edition limited to one hundred and twenty-five numbered copies (#10/125) with a 12 x 8 3/4" photomechanical print of an image of a spider web superimposed over an explicit female nude SIGNED AND NUMBERED "Man Ray 10/125" in red pencil at the lower margin laid in, as issued. It is additionally BOLDLY INSCRIBED "To Mary & Jim Bowling compliments of Man Ray" in black ink on the title page. The covers and thin textblock show light wear, creasing, soiling and age-toning along with some slight separation at the ends of the spine. The sepia-toned print image is bright with just the tiniest margin of browning along its edges. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022625

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(MAN RAY). Powers, Dennis H. Foreword by Robert Doty & Paul Doty. MAN RAY: SELECTIONS FROM THE COLLECTION OF DENNIS H. POWERS. New York: Light Gallery, 1985. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Stapled Wrappers. Photography Monograph. Fine. np (36pp), 48 duotone illustrations. Designed by Dennis H. Powers. With an exhibition checklist. This is the catalogue produced to accompany a 1985 New York exhibition of seventy-three photographs, books, prints and objects by Man Ray drawn from the collection of Dennis H. Powers. A pristine copy. Inventory Number: 016246

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(MASSON, ANDRE). Masson, Andre. NOCTURNAL NOTEBOOK: ANDRE MASSON. New York: Curt Valentin, 1944. First Edition 1/665. 4to. Illustrated Self-Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Near Fine. 31pp, 14 b&w illustrations. Printed by the Marchbanks Press. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "A mere witness of a sleepless night, this is all this little book claims to be. These drawings were made in a few hours one night in May 1942, and are presented in the order of their appearance". A most handsome copy of this facsimile of Masson's Surrealist sketches executed during the artist's wartime stay in New York. Inventory Number: 000728

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(MATTA ECHAURREN). Yares Gallery, Riva. MATTA: PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE. Scottsdale, AZ: Riva Yares Gallery, 1991. First Edition. Oblong 8vo. Stapled Illustrated Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Near Fine. 16pp, 9 color and 4 b&w illustrations + color cover. With an exhibition checklist, biography and bibliography. This is the catalogue published in conjunction with a 1991 gallery exhibition of seventeen then recent works by the Chilean-born Surrealist artist Roberto Sebastian Matta Echaurren. A handsome copy. Inventory Number: 021365

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(MIRO, JOAN) (ARTIGAS, LLORENS & JOANET GARDY). Galvan, Jose M. Moreno & Jean Pierre Lemesle. LLORENS ARTIGAS, JOANET GARDY ARTIGAS - WITH AN ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHIC COVER BY JOAN MIRO. Mallorca, SPAIN: Sala Pelaires, 1971. First Edition 1/1000. 8vo. Color Lithographic Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Very Good -. 36pp, illustrated in color and b&w. Text in Catalan, Spanish and French. This elegant little Spanish exhibition catalogue for Catalan ceramicists Llorens and Joanet Gardy Artigas features an original gatefold color lithographic cover executed by Joan Miro. A handsome copy (entry number one hundred and forty-one in Patrick Cramer's "Joan Miro: The Illustrated Books - Catalogue Raisonné) showing a bit of light soiling as well as slight bumps to both foredge corners. Inventory Number: 012903

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(MIRO, JOAN) (DERRIERE LE MIROIR). Miro, Jean, Jacques Dupin & Rene Char. DERRIERE LE MIROIR (DLM) NO. 14-15 + 29-30 + 57-58-59 + 87-88-89: MIRO - WITH THIRTY-FOUR COLOR LITHOGRAPHS. Paris. 1948, 1950, 1953 & 1956.: Maeght Editeur, First Edition Thus. Folio. Wrappers Bound in Cloth. Periodical. Fine/No Jacket - As Issued. np + np + np + np, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in French. This is a compilation of four issues of Maeght's legendary periodical "Derriere Le Miroir" (featuring the great artists and writers of the 20th Century) devoted solely to Joan Miro. Bound in dark blue cloth with debossed white lettering over boards by Maeght in 1956, it collects the complete contents of DLM numbers 14-15 (Novembre - Decembre 1948): "Joan Miro"; 29-30 (Mai - Juin 1950): "Miro"; 57-58-59 (Juin - Julliet - Aout 1953): "Miro"; and 87-88-89 (Juin - Julliet - Aout 1956): "Miro Artigas". An internally spectacularly bright, most handsome copy whose contents are complete and intact first printings with the wrappers bound in that contain in total thirty-four original color lithographs. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022340

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(MIRO, JOAN) (DERRIERE LE MIROIR). Miro, Joan, Pierre Alechinsky and Jacques Dupin. DERRIERE LE MIROIR (DLM) NO. 193-194 OCTOBRE - NOVEMBRE 1971: JOAN MIRO - WITH THREE ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS. Paris: Maeght Editeur, 1971. First Edition. Folio. Illustrated Wrappers. Art Periodical. Near Fine. 40pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in French. This is a monographic edition of Maeght's legendary periodical "Derriere Le Miroir" (featuring the great artists and writers of the 20th Century) devoted solely to Joan Miro's 1971 exhibition of one hundred and two works on paper. It contains three original color lithographs, nine additional color lithographs after Miro, plus fifty-six black and white illustrations. A bright, handsome copy (entry number one hundred and forty-five in Patrick Cramer's "Joan Miro: The IIlustrated Books - Catalogue Raisonné"). Inventory Number: 012258

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(MIRO, JOAN) (DERRIERE LE MIROIR). Miro, Joan, Pierre Alechinsky and Jacques Dupin. DERRIERE LE MIROIR (DLM) NO. 193-194 OCTOBRE - NOVEMBRE 1971: JOAN MIRO - WITH THREE ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS. Paris: Maeght Editeur, 1971. First Edition. Folio. Illustrated Wrappers. Art Periodical. Very Good -. 40pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in French. This is a monographic edition of Maeght's legendary periodical "Derriere Le Miroir" (featuring the great artists and writers of the 20th Century) devoted solely to Joan Miro's 1971 exhibition of one hundred and two works on paper. It contains three original color lithographs, nine additional color lithographs after Miro, plus fifty-six black and white illustrations. A most presentable copy (entry number one hundred and forty-five in Patrick Cramer's "Joan Miro: The IIlustrated Books - Catalogue Raisonné") showing some slight fraying to the cover at the extremities of the spine as well as a slight dent through the textblock at the heel of the spine. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 012259

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(MIRO, JOAN). Miro, Joan. JOAN MIRO: OEUVRE GRAVE ET LITHOGRAPHIE - WITH AN ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHIC COVER. Geneva, SWITZERLAND: Galerie Gerald Cramer, 1969. First Edition 1/1650. Oblong 4to. Color Lithographic Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Very Good. 25pp, 9 b&w tipped illustrations. Text in French. Issued in conjunction with a 1969 Geneva gallery exhibition of fifty-one graphic works by Joan Miro, the cover of this elegant exhibition catalogue is an original gatefold color lithograph executed by the artist especially for this publication. A handsome copy (entry number one hundred and twenty-seven in Patrick Cramer's "Joan Mirò: The Ilustrated Books - Catalogue Raisonné") showing a slight dent to the lower edge of the front cover. Inventory Number: 007882

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(OCTOBER). Copjec, Joan, Douglas Crimp, Rosalind Krauss & Annette Michelson, Editors. OCTOBER 19: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - WINTER 1981. Cambridge, MA & New York: MIT Press for the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, 1981. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Good -. 122pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: The Photographic Conditions of Surrealism - Rosalind Krauss; New Translations of Flowers of Evil - Richard Howard; Velazquez' Las Meninas - Leo Steinberg; Notes on the Reemergence of Allegory, the Forgetting of Modernism, the Necessity of Rhetoric, and the Conditions of Publicity in Art and Criticism - Stephen Melville; Rymans' Tact - Yve-Alain Bois; The New French Culture: An Interview with Guy Hocquenghem - Douglas Crimp. An internally handsome copy showing a series of pinhole-sized indentations across the front cover along with a dent running through the textblock at the upper foredge corner. It has been priced accordingly. ISSN 0162-2879 Inventory Number: 021678

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(OCTOBER). Copjec, Joan, Douglas Crimp, Rosalind Krauss & Annette Michelson, Editors. OCTOBER 30: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - FALL 1984. Cambridge, MA & New York: MIT Press for the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, 1984. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Fine. 132pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: Broadness and Diversity of the Ludwig Brigade - Hans Haacke; An Unpublished Text for an Unpainted Picture - Walter Grasskamp; A Conversation With Hans Haacke - Yve-Alain Bois, Douglas Crimp & Rosalind Krauss; From Faktura to Factography - Benjamin H.D. Buchloh; Francis Picabia: From Dada to Petain - Yve-Alain Bois. A most handsome copy. 0-262-75180-1 Inventory Number: 021674

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(OCTOBER). Copjec, Joan, Douglas Crimp, Rosalind Krauss & Annette Michelson, Editors. OCTOBER 37: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - SUMMER 1986. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 1986. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Near Fine. 140pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: In Praise of Horizontality - Annette Michelson; The Religion of the Caves, The Hands of Gargas - Andre Leroi-Gourhan; Originality as Repetition - Rosalind Krauss; The Primary Colors for the Second Time - Benjamin H.D. Buchloh; Ready-Made Originals - Molly Nesbit; Repetition, Obsession - Steven Z. Levine; The Origin without an Original - Linda Nochlin; Antiquity Now - Michael Fried; In Praise of Appearance - Louis Marin; Manet's Imagery Reconstructed - Klaus Herding; Painting as Model - Yve-Alain Bois. A most handsome copy. 0-262-75187-9 Inventory Number: 018280

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(OCTOBER). Copjec, Joan, Douglas Crimp, Rosalind Krauss, Annette Michelson & Terri Cafaro, Editors. OCTOBER 43: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - WINTER 1987: AIDS - CULTURAL ANALYSIS, CULTURAL ACTIVISM. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 1987. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Very Good -. 272pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this special thematic issue devoted to AIDS and cultural activism include: AIDS: Cultural Analysis / Cultural Activism - Douglas Crimp; AIDS: Keywords - Jan Zita Grover; AIDS, Homophobia, and Biomedical Discourse: An Epidemic of Signification - Paula A. Treichler; The Spectacle of AIDS - Simon Watney; AIDS and Syphilis: the Iconography of Disease - Sander L. Gilman; Pictures of Sickness: Stuart Marshall's Bright Eyes - Martha Gever; The Second Epidemic - Amber Hollibaugh, Mitchell Karp, and Katy Taylor; Fighting the Victim Label - Max Navarre; PWA Coalition Portfolio; Needed (For Women and Children) - Suki Ports; Further Violations of Our Rights - Carol Leigh; Picture a Coalition - Gregg Bordowitz; Is the Rectum a Grave? - Leo Bersani; AIDS in the Two Berlins - John Borneman; How to Have Promiscuity in an Epidemic - Douglas Crimp. An internally most handsome copy showing some light overall soiling and handling along with a small diagonal soft crease to the front cover at the lower foredge corner. It has been priced accordingly. 0-262-75193-3 Inventory Number: 021667

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(OCTOBER). Copjec, Joan, Douglas Crimp, Rosalind Krauss, Annette Michelson & Terri L. Cafaro, Editors. OCTOBER 51: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - WINTER 1989. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 1989. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Near Fine. 142pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: Mourning and Militancy - Douglas Crimp; Flaming Closets - Michael Moon; Kant with Sade - Jacques Lacan; From Breton to Dali: the Adventures of Automatism - Laurent Jenny; A Conversation with October - The V-Girls (Martha Baer, Erin Cramer, Jessica Chalmers, Andrea Fraser, Marianne Weems). A most handsome copy. 0-262-75201-8 Inventory Number: 021661

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Annette Michelson, George Baker, Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Hal Foster, Denis Hollier, David Joselit, Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Mignon Nixon, Malcolm Turvey & Adam Lehner, Editors. OCTOBER 127: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - WINTER 2009. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 2009. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Fine. 166pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: Drawing Blanks: Notes on Andy Warhol's Late Works - Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Flou: Rayographs and the Dada Automatic - Susan Laxton, Speak, Painting: Word and Device in Early Johns - Harry Cooper, From Abstraction to Model: George Brecht's Events and the Conceptual Turn in Art of the 1960s - Julia Robinson, "It has to do with the theater": Bruce Conner's Ratbastards - Kevin Hatch, Remarks on Abstraction - Hubert Damisch, and In Memory of Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) - Rosalind Krauss. A most handsome copy. 0-262-75277-8 Inventory Number: 019989

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Annette Michelson, George Baker, Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Leah Dickerman, Hal Foster, Denis Hollier, David Joselit, Carrie Lambert-Beatty, Mignon Nixon, Malcolm Turvey & Adam Lehnner, Editors. OCTOBER 131: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - WINTER 2010. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 2010. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Fine. 154pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: Hiroshima After Iraq: A Study in Art and War - Rosalyn Deutsche, Advertising, Rhythm, and the Filmic Avant-Garde in Weimar: Guido Seeber and Julius Pinschewer's Kipho Film - Michael Cowan, Cinema by Other Means - Pavle Levi, "Big, Middle-Class Modernism" - Richard Meyer, and Leather and Lace - George Baker. A most handsome copy. 0-262-75281-6 Inventory Number: 021215

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Annette Michelson, George Baker, Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Leah Dickerman, Hal Foster, Denis Hollier, Mignon Nixon, Malcolm Turvey, Lisa Pasquariello & Catherine de Zegher, Editors. OCTOBER 103: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - WINTER 2003. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 2003. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Near Fine. 103pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: An Allegory of Criticism - David Joselit; The Material of Film and the Idea of Cinema: Contrasting Practices in Sixties and Seventies Avant-Garde Film - Jonathan Walley; Solecisms of Sight: Specular Speculations - Robert Morris; Line Describing a Cone and Related Films - Anthony McCall; Other Voices for a Second Sight - Vito Acconci. A handsome copy. 0-262-75253-0 Inventory Number: 014992

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Annette Michelson, Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Hal Foster, Denis Hollier, Mignon Nixon & Carrie Lambert, Editors. OCTOBER 97: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - SUMMER 2001. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 2001. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Near Fine. 130pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: Blinded Insights: On the Modernist Reception of the Art of the Mentally Ill - Hal Foster; Tactile Translucence: Miro, Leiris, Einstein - Charles Palermo; The Artwork Caught by the Tail - George Baker; Duchamp's Labyrinth: First Papers of Surrealism, 1942 - T.J. Demos; Remarks on Some Tendencies of the "Vienna Group" - Oswald Wiener. An otherwise most handsome copy showing two lines of whited-out annotation on page fourteen. It has been priced accordingly 0-262-75245-X Inventory Number: 021648

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Annette Michelson, Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Hal Foster, Denis Hollier, Mignon Nixon & Carrie Lambert, Editors. OCTOBER 97: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - SUMMER 2001 . Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 2001. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Fine. 130pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: Blinded Insights: On the Modernist Reception of the Art of the Mentally Ill - Hal Foster; Tactile Translucence: Miró, Leiris, Einstein - Charles Palermo; The Artwork Caught by the Tail - George Baker; Duchamp's Labyrinth: First Papers of Surrealism, 1942 - T.J. Demos; Remarks on Some Tendencies of the "Vienna Group" - Oswald Wiener. A most handsome copy. 0-262-75245-X Inventory Number: 014994

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Annette Michelson, Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Hal Foster, Denis Hollier, Silvia Kolbowski, Malcolm Turvey & Catherine de Zegher, Editors. OCTOBER 84: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - SPRING 1998. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 1998. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Very Good. 144pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: The MoMA Expansion: A Conversation with Terence Riley - Hal Foster, Denis Hollier, Silvia Kolbowski and Rosalind Krauss; Cezanne: Words and Deeds - Yve-Alain Bois; Arche-tectures: Matisse and the End of (Art) History - Alastair Wright; Figures of the Pseudorevolution - Brigid Doherty; In the Laboratory of Constructivism: Karl Ioganson's Cold Structures - Maria Gough; and Mondrian, Hegel, Boogie - Harry Cooper. A handsome copy showing some slight wear to the covers along with a slight dent to the crown of the spine. It has been priced accordingly ISSN 0162-2870 Inventory Number: 021654

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Annette Michelson, Yve-Alain Bois, Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Hal Foster, Denis Hollier, Silvia Kolbowski, Mignon Nixon, Homi Bhabha & Melissa Mathis, Editors. OCTOBER 69: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - SUMMER 1994. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 1994. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Near Fine. 144pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: Reception of the Sixties - Round Table (Rosalind Krauss, Denis Hollier, Annette Michelson, Silvia Kolbowski, Martha Buskirk, Benjamin Buchloh); In Defense of Abstract Expressionism - T.J. Clark; Another Hesse - Anne M. Wagner; Nostalgia of the Body - Lygia Clark; Surrealist Precipitates - Denis Hollier; Introduction to the Discourse on the Paucity of Reality - Andre Breton. A most handsome copy. 0-262-75219-0 Inventory Number: 021657

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Douglas Crimp & Annette Michelson, Editors. OCTOBER 10: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - FALL 1979. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 1979. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Very Good. 136pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over twenty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: The Duchamp Defense - Hubert Damisch; A Conversation about Glacial Deocy - Trisha Brown and Yvonne Rainer; A Portfolio of Photographs of Trisha Brown's Work - Babette Mangolte; The Function of the Studio - Daniel Buren; Preliminary Notes on the Pragmatic of Works: Daniel Buren - Jean-Francois Lyotard; Richard Serra's Films: An Interview - Annette Michelson, Richard Serra, and Clara Weyergraf; Vision in Process - Birgit Pelzer; Earthwords - Craig Owens. A handsome copy showing some light wear and soiling to the wrappers. Inventory Number: 021684

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Douglas Crimp, Annette Michelson & Sarah Clark-Langager, Editors. OCTOBER 15: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - WINTER 1980. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press for the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, 1980. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Good. 110pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this issue include: Film Review from Sur - Jorge Luis Borges; Reading Delacroix's Journal - Hubert Damisch; Nebula, The Powdered Sugar Princess - Joseph Cornell; Silently, by Means of a Flashing Light - Thomas Lawson; The New Adventures of the Avant-Garde in America - Serge Guilbaut; The Significance of Literature: The Importance of Being Earnest - Joel Fineman; The Photographic Activity of Postmodernism - Douglas Crimp; Jump over the Bauhaus - Rosalind Krauss. A most presentable copy showing some light overall wear and soiling, a slight dent through the lower foredge tip of the textblock, and a diagonal cut that has removed the upper foredge tip of the front cover. It has been priced accordingly. ISSN 0162-2879 Inventory Number: 021681

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(OCTOBER). Krauss, Rosalind, Douglas Crimp, Craig Owens & Annette Michelson, Editors. OCTOBER 11: ART/ THEORY/ CRITICISM/ POLITICS - WINTER 1979: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF JAY LEYDA. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press Journals, 1979. First Edition. 8vo. Printed Wrappers. Journal. Very Good. 168pp, illustrated in b&w. At the forefront of contemporary arts theory and criticism, "October" has for over thirty-five years focused critical attention on the contemporary arts and their various contexts of interpretation: film, painting, music, photography, performance, sculpture, literature. Contributions to this special issue cum festschriften in honor of the seventieth birthday of the noted film historian and photographer Jay Leyda include: Walker Evans' Message from the Interior: A Reading - Alan Trachtenberg; Dr. Crase and Mr. Clair - Annette Michelson; An Interview - Mikhail Kaufman; Film's Institutional Mode of Representation and the Soviet Response - Noel Burch; Image and Title in Avant-Garde Cinema - P. Adams Sitney; El Lissitzky: Reading Lessons - Yve-Alain Bois; Stieglitz / Equivalents - Rosalind Krauss; Jay Leyda: A Portfolio of Photographs, A Brief Chronology, A Bibliography. A handsome copy of this uncommon early issue. ISSN 0162-2870 Inventory Number: 020045

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(PICABIA, FRANCIS). Picabia, Francis. LA LOI D'ACCOMODATION CHEZ LES BORGNES: "SURSUM CORDA" (FILM EN 3 PARTIES). Paris: Editions Th. Briant, 1928. First Edition 1/350. 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Artist's Book. Fine. 35pp, 1 b&w illustration + color cover. Text in French. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "La Loi D'Accomodation Chez les Borgne "Sursum Corda" (Film en 3 Parties)" is a 1928 film scenario by the Dada/Surrealist pioneer Francis Picabia. This is one of three hundred copies printed on Velin D'Arches paper - number 350 of a total edition of three hundred and fifty copies. An exceptionally bright, beautifully preserved example of this uncommon and fragile item showing just a bit of light handling and soiling to its white wrappers. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 003200

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(PICASSO, PABLO). Zervos, Christian. PABLO PICASSO PAR CHRISTIAN ZERVOS VOL. 10 (X): OEUVRES DE 1939 ET 1940. Paris. 1959 (1983).: Editions "Cahiers D'Art", Second Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers in Glassine. Catalogue Raisonné. Fine./No Jacket - As Issued.. xiv + 200pp, 586 monochrome illustrations. Text in French. This is the tenth volume of Christian Zervos' unfinished, monumental thirty-three volume (in thirty-four parts) catalogue raisonné of Pablo Picasso's paintings and works on paper covering the years 1939 through 1940. A bright, most handsome copy of the 1983 second printing in the publisher's protective glassine wrapper. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 2-85117-010-4 Inventory Number: 022610

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(PICASSO, PABLO). Zervos, Christian. PABLO PICASSO PAR CHRISTIAN ZERVOS VOL. 8 (VIII): OEUVRES DE 1932 A 1937. Paris. 1957 (1982).: Editions "Cahiers D'Art", Second Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers in Glassine. Catalogue Raisonné. Fine./No Jacket - As Issued.. xviii + 196pp, 377 monochrome illustrations. Text in French. This is the eighth volume of Christian Zervos' unfinished, monumental thirty-three volume (in thirty-four parts) catalogue raisonné of Pablo Picasso's paintings and works on paper covering the years 1932 through 1937. A bright, most handsome copy of the 1982 second printing whose protective glassine wrapper is slightly frayed along the spine and torn across the front cover. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 2-85117-008-2 Inventory Number: 022608

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(PICASSO, PABLO). Zervos, Christian. PABLO PICASSO PAR CHRISTIAN ZERVOS VOL. 9 (IX): OEUVRES DE 1937 A 1939. Paris. 1958 (1982).: Editions "Cahiers D'Art", Second Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers in Glassine. Catalogue Raisonné. Fine./No Jacket - As Issued.. xiv + 194pp, 405 monochrome illustrations. Text in French. This is the ninth volume of Christian Zervos' unfinished, monumental thirty-three volume (in thirty-four parts) catalogue raisonné of Pablo Picasso's paintings and works on paper covering the years 1937 through 1939. A bright, most handsome copy of the 1982 second printing whose protective glassine wrapper shows some tearing with a bit of paper loss at the ends of the spine. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 2-85117-009-0 Inventory Number: 022609

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(PICASSO, PABLO). Zervos, Christian, Editor. PABLO PICASSO: 1930-1935. Paris: Editions "Cahiers D'Art", 1936. First Edition. 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Very Good -. (But Incomplete) np, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in French. Published in 1936, this is the lavishly produced Editions "Cahiers D'Art" survey of Pablo Picasso's paintings and works on paper executed between 1930 and 1935. In addition to copious illustrations and facsimiles of the artist's oeuvre, it contains a stellar array of Surrealist-inflected contributions by the likes of Christian Zervos, Andre Breton, Paul Eluard, Benjamin Peret, Man Ray, Salvador Dali, Georges Hugnet, Jaime Sabartes, Julio Gonzales, Joan Miro, and Louis Fernandez. An internally bright, handsome copy of this uncommon item with the publisher's errata slip laid in showing some light wear and staining plus a few diagonal soft creases to its cream colored covers. While the book includes the spectacular bound-in color lithograph after Picasso, the tipped-in frontispiece portrait by Man Ray has been cleanly removed. It is otherwise complete, and has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 022159

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(RICHTER, HANS). Richter, Hans. HANS RICHTER: DREAMS THAT MONEY CAN BUY. New York: Films International of America, 1947. First Edition. 8vo. Stapled Illustrated Wrappers. Film Monograph. Very Good -. np (28p), 30 b&w illustrations. Cover Illustration by Max Ernst. Layout by Frederick Kiesler. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This is the promotional program for renowned Dada/Surrealist artist/director Hans Richter's 1947 film "Dreams That Money Can Buy". This unique project consisted of Richter soliciting dream scenarios from Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Fernand Leger, and Man Ray, then weaving these into a cinematic narrative with the musical collaboration of Louis Applebaum, Paul Bowles, David Diamond, John Cage, John Latouche, Libby Holman, Josh White, and Darius Milhaud! Ernst and Julien Levy appeared in the film as actors. Other contributors to this item include Richter, John Cage, Man Ray, Charles Hulbeck (Richard Huelsenbeck), Siegfried Kracauer, Andre Breton, Louis Applebaum, Dorothea Tanning, and James Johnson Sweeney. A most presentable example (cited on page 101 of "From Fair to Fine: 20th Century Photography Books That Matter") of the brown ink on yellow wrappers variant of this uncommon item with showing a vertical soft crease to the front cover along with a dent through the upper foredge corner. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 022251

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(SADE, MARQUIS THIBAULT DE). Bezzola, Tobia, Michael Pfister & Stefan Zweifel, Editors. SADE / SURREAL: DER MARQUIS DE SADE UND DIE EROTISCHE FANTASIE DES SURREALISMUS IN TEXT UND BILD. Ostfildern-Ruit, GERMANY & Zurich, SWITZERLAND: Hatje Cantz Verlag & Kunsthaus Zurich, 2002. First Edition. 4to. Debossed Flocked Boards. Exhibition Catalog. Fine/No Jacket - As Issued. 308pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Text in German. This is the substantial, copiously illustrated hardbound catalogue produced for the 2002 Kunsthaus Zurich exhibition "Sade / Surreal" that combines essays about, and artwork related to the Marquis De Sade and his influence on Surrealist imagery. The usual suspects rounded up here include Hans Bellmer, Alberto Giacometti, Alfred Kubin, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Rene Magritte, Man Ray, Francis Picabia, Felicien Rops, Jindrich Styrsky, and many, many more. A most handsome copy of this book/object appropriately sensuously bound in debossed maroon flocked boards. 3-7757-1065-5 Inventory Number: 014741

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Glenn, Constance & Jane K. Bledsoe. FREDERICK SOMMER AT SEVENTY-FIVE: A RETROSPECTIVE. Long Beach, CA: The Art Museum and Galleries, Cal State University, 1980. First Edition 1/3000. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Photography Monograph. Very Good -. 71pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Designed by Lilli Cristin. This is the catalogue for the 1980 touring Frederick Sommer retrospective - circulated in conjunction with the renowned photographer's seventy-fifth birthday. It exquisitely reproduces thirty-one of the seventy five works exhibited as well as a portion of the text of the artist's 1972 poem-cum-treatise "The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics". A most presentable copy showing some typical light rubbing and handling to its silver covers as well as a short lengthwise tear along the spine at the rear cover. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 017105

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Glenn, Constance & Jane K. Bledsoe. FREDERICK SOMMER AT SEVENTY-FIVE: A RETROSPECTIVE. Long Beach, CA: The Art Museum and Galleries, Cal State University, 1980. First Edition 1/3000. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Photography Monograph. Good. 71pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Designed by Lilli Cristin. This is the catalogue for the 1980 touring Frederick Sommer retrospective - circulated in conjunction with the renowned photographer's seventy-fifth birthday. It exquisitely reproduces thirty-one of the seventy five works exhibited as well as a portion of the text of the artist's 1972 poem-cum-treatise "The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics". A presentable copy only showing some typical rubbing and handling to its silver covers as well as a crease across the textblock near the heel of the spine. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 017104

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Glenn, Constance & Jane K. Bledsoe. FREDERICK SOMMER AT SEVENTY-FIVE: A RETROSPECTIVE. Long Beach, CA: The Art Museum and Galleries, Cal State University, 1980. First Edition 1/3000. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Photography Monograph. Fine. 71pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Designed by Lilli Cristin. This is the catalogue for the 1980 touring Frederick Sommer retrospective - circulated in conjunction with the renowned photographer's seventy-fifth birthday. It exquisitely reproduces thirty-one of the seventy five works exhibited as well as a portion of the text of the artist's 1972 poem-cum-treatise "The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics". A bright, most handsome copy showing virtually none of the typically seen rubbing and handling to its silver covers. Inventory Number: 021125

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Glenn, Constance & Jane K. Bledsoe. FREDERICK SOMMER AT SEVENTY-FIVE: A RETROSPECTIVE - SIGNED BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER. Signed by the Photographer. Long Beach, CA: The Art Museum and Galleries, Cal State University, 1980. First Edition 1/3000. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Photography Monograph. Fine. 71pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Designed by Lilli Cristin. This is the catalogue for the 1980 touring Frederick Sommer retrospective - circulated in conjunction with the renowned photographer's seventy-fifth birthday. It exquisitely reproduces thirty-one of the seventy five works exhibited as well as a portion of the text of the artist's 1972 poem-cum-treatise "The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics". A bright, most handsome copy showing virtually none of the typically seen rubbing and handling to its silver covers SIGNED by Frederick Sommer in black ink on the title page at the time of publication. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 019501

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Naef, Weston. FREDERICK SOMMER: POETRY AND LOGIC. Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 1994. First Edition. 8vo. Pictorial Cardstock Wrappers. Exhibition Brochure. Fine. One 8 3/4 x 32" cardstock sheet printed recto and verso, neatly folded in fourths as issued to make 8pp, 6 duotone illustrations. This is a brochure produced to accompany a 1994 exhibition of vintage prints by Frederick Sommer from the Getty's vast holdings. A most handsome copy of this uncommon ephemeral item that was the only printed documentation of the exhibition - perfect for the Sommer completeist. Inventory Number: 021202

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Nordland, Gerald. FREDERICK SOMMER. Washington, D.C. & Pasadena, CA: Washington Gallery of Modern Art & Pasadena Art Museum, 1965. First Edition. 4to. Pictorial Wrappers. Exhibition Brochure. Fine. One 10 1/2 x 15 3/4" cardstock sheet printed offset recto and verso, neatly folded in half to make 4pp, 2 b&w illustrations. With a chronology. This is the slender four page brochure for Frederick Sommer's 1965 exhibition of photographs and drawings that traveled from the Washington Gallery of Modern Art to the Pasadena Art Museum. Following the 1962 Aperture special issue devoted to his work, it is only the second monographic publication on the renowned Surrealist renaissance man. Its front cover reproduces the photographic image "Giant" from 1946, and the rear "Ravel (Smoke on Cellophane)" from 1957. A bright, most handsome copy of this uncommon ephemeral item that was the only printed documentation of the show - perfect for the Sommer completeist. Inventory Number: 021635

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Nordland, Gerald. FREDERICK SOMMER - AN EXTRAORDINARY ASSOCIATION COPY. Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia College of Art, 1968. First Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Photography Monograph. Near Fine. 28pp, 14 b&w illustrations. Designed by Richard Hood. With a chronology, bibliography and exhibition checklist. This is the elegantly designed catalogue for Frederick Sommer's 1968 show of one hundred and twenty-seven photographs held at the Philadelphia College of Art. Printed locally at the renowned Falcon Press, it is the first comprehensive Sommer publication issued in conjunction with an exhibition. A handsome copy of this exceedingly uncommon item showing some light scuffing and a few tiny spots of insect damage to its black printed wrappers. While neither signed nor inscribed, this example was acquired by us directly from the estate of the noted late Los Angeles artist / educator / collector Emerson Woelffer, and bears his discreet ownership label on the verso of the rear endpaper. Woelffer was close friends with both Sommer and curator Gerald Nordland, and is the subject of the full page image titled "Emerson Woelfer (sic) 1965" reproduced on page twenty-five of the catalogue. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 021636

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Sommer, Frederick, in collaboration with Stephen Aldrich. FREDERICK SOMMER: THE POETIC LOGIC OF ART AND AESTHETICS + WORDS SPOKEN IN MEMORY OF RICHARD NICKEL AT A GATHERING OF HIS FRIENDS. Stockton, NJ : Designed and Printed at the Carolingian Press , 1972. First Edition. Small Square 8vo. Stapled Printed Wrappers. Photography Monograph. Very Good. np (40pp), no illustrations. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics" is Frederick Sommer's self-published item containing no photographic images that reproduces the text of his 1972 poem-cum-treatise "The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics" along with the eulogy "'Words Spoken in Memory of Richard Nickell at a Gathering of His Friends". A most presentable example from the library of the noted late Los Angeles artist / educator / collector Emerson Woelffer bearing his discreet adhesive ownership label along with and annotation "Woelffer from Fred 1973" in blue ink across the title page showing some typical light age patination and slight discoloration along the extremities along with some mild diagonal soft creases to a few pages at the upper foredge corner. It has been priced accordingly. Woelffer was a close friend of Frederick Sommer, and is the subject of the full page image reproduced in the photographer's 1968 Philadelphia College of Art retrospective catalogue. Inventory Number: 022811

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Sommer, Frederick, in collaboration with Stephen Aldrich. FREDERICK SOMMER: THE POETIC LOGIC OF ART AND AESTHETICS + WORDS SPOKEN IN MEMORY OF RICHARD NICKEL AT A GATHERING OF HIS FRIENDS - SIGNED BY THE PHOTOGRAPHER. Signed by the Photographer. Stockton, NJ : Designed and Printed at the Carolingian Press , 1972. First Edition. Small Square 8vo. Printed Stapled Wrappers. Photography Monograph. Very Good. np (40pp), no illustrations. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. "The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics" is Frederick Sommer's self-published item containing no photographic images that reproduces the text of his 1972 poem-cum-treatise "The Poetic Logic of Art and Aesthetics" along with the eulogy "'Words Spoken in Memory of Richard Nickell at a Gathering of His Friends". A handsome copy SIGNED by Frederick Sommer in black ink in a spidery hand on the title page showing some typical light age patination and slight discoloration along the rear of the spine. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 020357

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(SOMMER, FREDERICK). Torosian, Michael & Frederick Sommer. FREDERICK SOMMER: THE CONSTELLATIONS THAT SURROUND US - THE CONJUNCTION OF GENERAL AESTHETICS AND POETIC LOGIC IN AN ARTIST'S LIFE SURVEYED AND EDITED BY MICHAEL TOROSIAN - LIMITED EDITION WITH FOUR GELATIN-SILVER PRINTS. Toronto, CANADA: Lumiere Press, 1992. First Edition 1/200. 8vo. 1/4 Linen Over Boards. Photography Monograph. Fine/No Jacket - As Issued.. 36pp, 4 tipped-in b&w silver-gelatin prints. Designed by Michael Torosian. With a biography. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. Published in 1992 as the sixth installment of Toronto's Lumiere Press "Homage" series, this is an exquisitely produced monograph on the late American Surrealist photographer Frederick Sommer. Limited to two hundred copies, it was designed and printed by author/publisher Michael Torosian on Mohawk Superfine paper, bound in one-quarter oatmeal linen over grey paper boards with a printed spine label, and contains three small tipped-in gelatin-silver prints of images by Sommer as well as a tipped-in gelatin-silver portrait of the photographer by Edward Weston as the frontispiece. A pristine copy (cited on page 113 of "From Fair to Fine: 20th Century Photography Books That Matter") of this uncommon gem. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-921542-06-2 Inventory Number: 015155

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(STEINITZ, KATE). Osmun, William. THE KATE STEINITZ COLLECTION. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1969. First Edition. 12mo. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Very Good. np (8pp), 3 b&w illustrations. With an exhibition checklist. This is the slender eight page brochure published in conjunction with a 1969 exhibition of fifty-six works of art from the collection of the late Kate Steinitz presented by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in conjunction with the Pasadena Art Museum. Kate Trauman Steinitz was a colleague, close associate, and later the biographer of the renowned Dada and collage pioneer Kurt Schwitters. She hosted a Hannover salon during the teens and twenties that attracted many of the most forward-thinking European modernist practitioners of the period. Represented here are works by Hans Arp, Ernst Barlach, Max Beckmann, Marc Chagall, Lyonel Feininger, Oscar Fischinger, George Grosz, Raoul Hausmann, Erich Heckel, Hannah Hoch, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Oscar Kokoschka, Kathe Kollwitz, El Lissitzky, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Pablo Picasso, Max Pechstein, Man Ray, several by Schwitters, and many more. In addition, many of Ms. Steinitz' own pieces were exhibited. A handsome copy of this uncommon ephemeral item - the only printed documentation of the event showing just a bit of light wear, soiling, and age-toning along the extremities of the wrappers. Inventory Number: 023010

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(TRANSITION). Jolas, Eugene, Editor. TRANSITION: AN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP FOR ORPHIC CREATION, NO. 22 FEBRUARY 1933. The Hague, NETHERLANDS: The Servire Press, 1933. First Edition. 8vo. Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Very Good -. 156pp, illustrated in b&w. Text in English. Cover by Sophie H. Taeuber-Arp. Eugene Jolas' "Transition" was a cutting-edge Modernist journal featuring articles on the most interesting art, literature, poetry, architecture, film and music of the day. The contributors to this twenty-second installment include Hans Arp, Hugo Ball, Hamilton Basso, Joe Bosquet, Jolas, Georges Pelorson, Theo Rutra, Camille Schuwer, Kurt Schwitters, Roger Vailland, James Joyce, Stuart Gilbert, Carola Giedion-Welcker, Friedrich Marcus Huebner, Max Pilver, Mariano Brull, Ivan Black, William Van Wyck, Fritz Vanderpyl, Alan S.C. Ross, James Johnson Sweeney, and Ronald Symon. Also included is a complete bibliography to "Transition" issues 1 through 32. An internally bright and sound copy showing a tiny bit of light foxing to the rear endpaper, some overall wear and soiling to the wrappers, and a bit of paper loss at the heel of the spine. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 019700

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(VIEW: THE MODERN MAGAZINE). Ford, Charles Henri, Editor. VIEW: THE MODERN MAGAZINE - APRIL 1942 (SERIES II, NO.1): MAX ERNST NUMBER. New York: View, Inc., 1942. First Edition. 4to. Stapled Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Good +. 32pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Cover illustration by Max Ernst. This is the April 1942 issue of "View" - Charles Henri Ford's legendary American magazine of Surrealism and the avant-garde. The contributors to this early, smaller format special issue devoted to Max Ernst include Andre Breton, Sidney Janis, Leonora Carrington, Hans Bellmer, Parker Tyler, Henry Miller, Nicolas Calas, Joseph Cornell (the collage cycle "Story Without a Name - For Max Ernst"), Julien Levy, Amedee Ozenfant, Berenice Abbott, and Ernst himself. The center spread includes the publication announcement for "VVV" an exhibition checklist of the thirty Max Ernst pieces exhibited in May and June of 1942 at the Arts Club of Chicago. An internally most handsome copy of this uncommon item showing overall light wear, fading and soiling to the wrappers. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Inventory Number: 008846

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(VIEW: THE MODERN MAGAZINE). Ford, Charles Henri, Editor. VIEW: THE MODERN MAGAZINE - DECEMBER 1945 (SERIES V, NO.5). New York: View, Inc., 1945. First Edition. 4to. Stapled Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Very Good. 22pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Cover illustration by Andre Masson. This is the December 1945 installment of "View" - Charles Henri Ford's legendary American magazine of Surrealism and the avant-garde. The contributors to this issue include Kurt Seligmann, Paul Bowles, Ramon J. Sender, Jean Ferry, Gina Hohens, Rene Renne and Claude Serbanne, George Platt Lynes, Charles Henri Ford, Parker Tyler, Paul Goodman, Marius Bewley, Lou Harrison, etc. A handsome copy showing some overall light wear, handling and soiling to the wrappers. Inventory Number: 018355

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(VIEW: THE MODERN MAGAZINE). Ford, Charles Henri, Editor. VIEW: THE MODERN MAGAZINE - DECEMBER 1945 (SERIES V, NO.5). New York: View, Inc., 1945. First Edition. 4to. Stapled Illustrated Wrappers. Periodical. Good. 22pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Cover illustration by Andre Masson. This is the December 1945 installment of "View" - Charles Henri Ford's legendary American magazine of Surrealism and the avant-garde. The contributors to this issue include Kurt Seligmann, Paul Bowles, Ramon J. Sender, Jean Ferry, Gina Hohens, Rene Renne and Claude Serbanne, George Platt Lynes, Charles Henri Ford, Parker Tyler, Paul Goodman, Marius Bewley, Lou Harrison, etc. It also features a spectacular full page advertisement for New Directions books designed and illustrated by Alvin Lustig. A most presentable copy showing overall light wear, handling and soiling to the wrappers as well as the covers starting to split along the spine at the crown. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 018489

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(WOOD, BEATRICE). Wood, Beatrice. TOUCHING CERTAIN THINGS BY BEATRICE WOOD - DELUXE HAND COLORED SIGNED AND NUMBERED EDITION. Signed and Numbered by the Artist. Los Angeles: MGM Press, 1992. First Edition 1/99 Deluxe. 4to. Tied Illustrated Wrappers. Illustrated Book. Fine. np (24pp), 12 hand colored and 1 b&w illustration + hand colored cover. "Touching Certain Things" is a girlish memoir authored and illustrated in 1992 by the late, great "Mama of the Dadas", Beatrice Wood. Primarily renown for her ceramic sculpture, lustreware vessels, and dalliance with Marcel Duchamp, this gossamer bit of erotica recounts a youthful Ms. Wood and actress pal Helen Freeman's trip to Europe to hear Jiddu Krishnamurti speak, and the amorous hijinks that ensued. From the deluxe edition of nintety-nine copies only, it contains twelve illustrations by the author, each of which (and the front cover as well) has been hand colored by her in pencil. A bright white, pristine copy of this rarity that has been SIGNED, NUMBERED AND DATED by Beatrice Wood in black ink at the rear colophon, as issued. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-9620574-5-2 Inventory Number: 017047

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(XXe SIECLE). Di San Lazzaro, Gualtieri, Managing Editor. XXe SIECLE (VINGTIEME SIECLE): NOUVELLE SERIE NO. 3 (DOUBLE) - JUIN 1952: ART ET POESIE DEPUIS APOLLINAIRE - WITH ORIGINAL GRAPHICS BY JEAN MIRO, ALEXANDER CALDER, HENRI MICHAUX, AND ALBERTO GIACOMETTI. Paris: XXe Siecle (Vingtieme Siecle), 1952. First Edition. Large 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Art Periodical. Very Good. 88pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in French. Cover design after Guillaume Apollinaire. This third installment of San Lazzaro's deluxe, semi-annual art periodical features original lithographs by Jean Miro, Alexander Calder, Henri Michaux, and Alberto Giacometti. The contents include contributions on or by Herbert Read, Guillaume Apollinaire, Futurism, Gino Severini, Poetry and Text in Art, Jean Arp, Jean Cassou, Jean Miro, Alexander Calder, Pierre Courthion, Henri Michaux, Michel Tapie, Blaise Cendrars, Max Jacob, Salvador Dali, Alberto Giacometti, Paul Eluard, Milena Milani, Wassily Kandinsky, Robert Motherwell, American Abstract Art, Michel Seuphor, Antonio Corpora, Gustave Singier, Julio Gonzalez, Amodeo Modigliani, Henri Laurens, Frank Lloyd Wright, Igor Stravinsky, Vittorio De Sica, and more. A handsome copy showing a slight soft-crease through the textblock at the lower foredge corner. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 016582

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(XXe SIECLE). Di San Lazzaro, Gualtieri, Managing Editor. XXe SIECLE (VINGTIEME SIECLE): NOUVELLE SERIE NO. 8 (DOUBLE) - JANVIER 1957: ART ET HUMOUR AU XXe SIECLE - WITH ORIGINAL GRAPHICS BY JEAN ARP, JEAN DUBUFFET AND JOAN MIRO. Paris: XXe Siecle (Vingtieme Siecle), 1957. First Edition. Large 4to. Illustrated Wrappers. Art Periodical. Near Fine. 88pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in French. Cover design after Wassily Kandinsky. This eighth installment of San Lazzaro's deluxe, semi-annual art periodical features two original color pochoirs by Jean Dubuffet, and one each by Jean Arp and Jean Miro; who also has contributed an original color lithograph (entry number forty in Patrick Cramer's "Joan Miro: The Illustrated Books - Catalogue Raisonné). The contents include contributions on or by Maria Luz, Marcel Duchamp, Robert Lebel, Jean Arp, Patrick Waldberg, Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, Jean Cassou, Wassily Kandinsky, Pierre Volboudt, Paul Klee, Will Grohmann, Joan Miro, Pierre Gueguen, Jean Dubuffet, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Gilioli, Jacques Dopagne, Jean Fautrier, Andre Verdet, Giuseppe Marchiori, Alain Boaquet, Cesar, Pietro Consagra, Umbro Apollonio, Signori, Robert Muller, Georg Schmidt, Futurism, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Fernand Leger, Henri Matisse, Manessier, Franco Gentelini, Alberto Burri, Atlan, Zoran Music, Jackson Pollock, and more. A bright most handsome copy. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 016583

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Baxter Art Gallery Staff. SURREALISM IS ALIVE AND WELL IN THE WEST. Pasadena, CA: The Baxter Art Gallery, California Institute of Technology, 1972. First Edition 1/1000. Square 8vo. Illustrated Die-Cut Wrappers. Exhibition Catalog. Fine. np (48pp), 32 b&w and 8 color illustrations. With an exhibition checklist. This playful catalogue was published in conjunction with a 1972 Baxter Art Gallery survey of contemporary California Surrealism and Pop Art. The artists included are Terry Allen, Robert Arneson, Juan Badia, John Battenberg, Wall Batterton, Wallace Berman, Vija Celmins, Ciba, Bruce Conner, Paul Darrow, Levente Fodor, Lukman Glasgow, Joe Goode, Craig Grigsby, Peter Gutkin, Allan Hart, Brian Hart, George Herms, Edward Kienholz, Jerry McMillan, Cheri Pann, Sasson Pearl, Paul Re, Edward Ruscha, Paul Sarkisian, Arthur Secunda, Benjamin Serrano, Joe Steuben, Joan Tanner, William Tunberg, Stephan Von Heune, and Paul Wonner. A most handsome copy. Inventory Number: 021984

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Cohen, Arthur A.. EX LIBRIS: A SIGNIFICANT REFERENCE COLLECTION OF FORTY-TWO CATALOGUES. New York. 1976-1985.: Ex Libris, First Editions. 8vo. Illustrated Wrappers. Bookseller's Catalogues. Very Good - or Better. np, most profusely illustrated in b&w. New York's Arthur Cohen was the premier purveyor of books and ephemera on twentieth century Modern Art movements for nearly twenty years. Ex Libris' copiously researched, scholarly, illustrated catalogues stood as unparalleled bibliographic tools at a time when there was a paucity of available reference to the documentary literature of the modernist avant-gardes. We are offering a significant collection of forty-two Ex Libris publications including a near-complete run of numbered catalogues comprising: 1 (THE MAJOR MOVEMENTS OF 20TH CENTURY ART), 3 (APOLLINAIRE TO SURREALISM), 4 (OMNIUM GATHERUM), 5 (MAJOR MOVEMENTS OF 20TH CENTURY ART II), 6 (CONSTRUCTIVISM & FUTURISM: RUSSIAN & OTHER), 7 (MAJOR MOVEMENTS OF 20TH CENTURY ART III), 8 (BAUHAUS), 9 (FUTURISM), 10 (DADA ONCE AND FOR ALL), 11 (TENTH ANTIQUARIAN BOOK FAIR), 11 (whose numbering was accidentally duplicated - this is actually 12: BAUHAUS), 13 (LISSITZKY / SCHWITTERS / TSCHICHOLD / WERKMAN / ZWART), 14 (FUTURISM: ITALIAN & RUSSIAN), and 15 (DADA & SURREALISM) along with twenty-eight of the 9 x 4" staple-bound unnumbered and undated Ex Libris offering catalogues: ALL ERNST, APOLLINAIRE / FIRST EDITIONS / FRENCH AVANT-GARDE, ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN, ARTIST'S LETTERS / AUTOGRAPHS / POSTCARDS, THE AVANT-GARDE IN PRINT PROSPECTUS, BAUHAUS, BRETON / DUCHAMP / ERNST, CATALOGUE OF CATALOGUES, DADA AGAIN, DADA NOW AND 4EVER, FUTURISM, GEORGE GROSZ AND GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM, ILLUSTRATED BOOKS OF THE 20TH CENTURY, LISSITZKY / MAIAKOVSKII, MY HEART BELONGS TO DADA, PERIODICALS, PERIODICALS 2, RARAE AVES, RARAE AVES 2, RARAE AVES 4, RARE PERIODICALS: ART & LITERATURE, RUSSIAN AVANT-GARDE RARITIES, RUSSIAN RARITIES, SECESSION / JUGENSTIL / ART NOUVEAU / ART DECO, SELECTED PERIODICALS, 60 RARE PERIODICALS, THE SURREALIST REALM, AND VICTORY OVER THE SUN. It is with one exception a most handsome group of these uncommon documents allowing for the occasional light wear or soiling, speckled top edge of the textblock, or minor annotation here or there. Only catalogue number 6 (CONSTRUCTIVISM...) shows significant condition issues with heavy wear and slight chipping to the covers, a dent to the top of the spine, and curling of the foredge corners of the textblock. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 021474

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Cohen, Arthur A. & Trevor Winkfield. EX LIBRIS 3: APOLLINAIRE TO SURREALISM. New York. ND (circa 1976).: Ex Libris, First Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Bookseller's Catalogue. Very Good. np (152pp), profusely illustrated in b&w. New York's Arthur Cohen was the premier purveyor of books and ephemera on twentieth century Modern Art movements for nearly twenty years. Ex Libris' copiously researched, scholarly, illustrated catalogues stood as unparalleled bibliographic tools at a time when there was a paucity of available reference to the documentary literature of the modernist avant-gardes. Catalogue number three features nine hundred and eighty-five fully described and indexed original works, photographs, posters, books, periodicals, pamphlets, and printed ephemera on the subjects of Guillaume Apollinaire, Architecture, Expressionism, Illustrated Books and Livres de Peintre, Alfred Jarry, Periodicals and Annuals, Photographs and Photogravures (including a large collection of plates from "Camera Work"), Photography and Film, and Surrealism. And while at the time of its 1976 publication the prices here seemed astronomical, thirty some odd years later they are finally downright bargains! A handsome copy of this uncommon reference showing a bit of light sunning and its title added discreetly in ink to the spine. Inventory Number: 015159

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Cohen, Arthur A. & Trevor Winkfield. EX LIBRIS 4: OMNIUM GATHERUM. New York. ND (circa 1976).: Ex Libris, First Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Bookseller's Catalogue. Near Fine. np (74pp), no illustrations. New York's Arthur Cohen was the premier purveyor of books and ephemera on twentieth century Modern Art movements for nearly twenty years. Ex Libris' copiously researched, scholarly, illustrated catalogues stood as unparalleled bibliographic tools at a time when there was a paucity of available reference to the documentary literature of the modernist avant-gardes. Catalogue number four features nine hundred and forty-six fully described and indexed original works, photographs, posters, books, periodicals, pamphlets, and printed ephemera on the subjects of Ancient Art and Civilization, Architecture, Art History and Aesthetics, Art Nouveau and Jugendstil, Books on Books: Typography, Printing, Design, Dada and Surrealism, Expressionism, Film, Dance & Music, Literature of the Modern Movement, Movements of 19th Century Art, Movements of 20th Century Art, Periodicals and Annuals, Pre-Columbian Art and Culture, and Tribal Arts: Africa and the South Pacific. And while at the time of its 1976 publication the prices here seemed astronomical, thirty some odd years later they are finally downright bargains! A handsome copy of this uncommon reference. Inventory Number: 023034

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Cohen, Arthur A. & W. Michael Sheehe. EX LIBRIS 5: MAJOR MOVEMENTS OF 20TH CENTURY ART II. New York. ND (circa 1976).: Ex Libris, First Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Bookseller's Catalogue. Very Good -. np (184pp), profusely illustrated in b&w. New York's Arthur Cohen was the premier purveyor of books and ephemera on twentieth century Modern Art movements for nearly twenty years. Ex Libris' copiously researched, scholarly, illustrated catalogues stood as unparalleled bibliographic tools at a time when there was a paucity of available reference to the documentary literature of the modernist avant-gardes. Catalogue number five features one thousand, four hundred and fifty nine fully described and indexed original works, photographs, posters, books, periodicals, pamphlets, and printed ephemera on the subjects of Architecture, Hans (Jean) Arp and Sophie Taeuber, Art Nouveau and Jugendstil, Autographed Letters from the Collection of Alfred H. Barr Jr. and Mrs. Margaret Barr, Dada, Decorative Arts, Marcel Duchamp: Original Works and Documentary Literature, Expressionism, Illustrated Books and Livres de Peintre, Movements of 20th Century Art, Periodicals and Annuals, Photography (including a large collection of plates from "Camera Work"), Posters, and Surrealism. And while at the time of its 1976 publication the prices here seemed astronomical, thirty some odd years later they are finally downright bargains! A most presentable copy of this uncommon reference showing some light overall wear, soiling, and sunning along the length of the spine. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 018227

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Cohen, Arthur A. & W. Michael Sheehe. EX LIBRIS 7: MAJOR MOVEMENTS OF 20TH CENTURY ART III. New York. ND (circa 1978).: Ex Libris, First Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Bookseller's Catalogue. Very Good -. np (202pp), profusely illustrated in b&w. New York's Arthur Cohen was the premier purveyor of books and ephemera on twentieth century Modern Art movements for nearly twenty years. Ex Libris' copiously researched, scholarly, illustrated catalogues stood as unparalleled bibliographic tools at a time when there was a paucity of available reference to the documentary literature of the modernist avant-gardes. Catalogue number five features one thousand, three hundred and thirty-six fully described and indexed original works, photographs, posters, books, periodicals, pamphlets, and printed ephemera on the subjects of Architecture, Art Nouveau, Dada, Decorative Arts, Film, Dance and Theater, German Expressionism, Mondrian + Van Doesburg and Del Marle: Letters and Manuscripts, Movements of 20th Century Art, Photography: a selection of original prints and gravures, Photographic Books, Posters, and Poster Reference Books, Russian Avant-Garde, Surrealism, Jan Tschichold, and Hendrik Theodor Wijdeveld. And while at the time of its 1978 publication the prices here seemed astronomical, thirty years later they are finally downright bargains! A most presentable copy of this uncommon reference showing some light sunning along the spine as well as a very slight soft crease at the lower foredge corner. It has been priced accordingly. Inventory Number: 022161

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Cohen, Arthur A. & W. Michael Sheehe. EX LIBRIS 7: MAJOR MOVEMENTS OF 20TH CENTURY ART III. New York. ND (circa 1978).: Ex Libris, First Edition. 4to. Printed Wrappers. Bookseller's Catalogue. Near Fine. np (202pp), profusely illustrated in b&w. New York's Arthur Cohen was the premier purveyor of books and ephemera on twentieth century Modern Art movements for nearly twenty years. Ex Libris' copiously researched, scholarly, illustrated catalogues stood as unparalleled bibliographic tools at a time when there was a paucity of available reference to the documentary literature of the modernist avant-gardes. Catalogue number five features one thousand, three hundred and thirty-six fully described and indexed original works, photographs, posters, books, periodicals, pamphlets, and printed ephemera on the subjects of Architecture, Art Nouveau, Dada, Decorative Arts, Film, Dance and Theater, German Expressionism, Mondrian + Van Doesburg and Del Marle: Letters and Manuscripts, Movements of 20th Century Art, Photography: a selection of original prints and gravures, Photographic Books, Posters, and Poster Reference Books, Russian Avant-Garde, Surrealism, Jan Tschichold, and Hendrik Theodor Wijdeveld. And while at the time of its 1978 publication the prices here seemed astronomical, thirty years later they are finally downright bargains! A handsome copy of this uncommon reference. Inventory Number: 015163

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Corbett, John & Josiah McElheny. FREAK ART SCRAPBOOK: CHICAGO'S ARMORY SHOW IN PRINT, 1913. Chicago: Corbett vs. Dempsey Modern Art & Uncommon Objects, 2013. First Edition. Folio. Illustrated Wrappers. Art Monograph. As New. np (48pp), profusely illustrated in color. Designed by Sonnenzimmer. "In 1913, the year that the Armory Show hit Chicago, an anonymous local artist gathered every newspaper clipping from the infamous Art Institute exhibition into a sensational handmade document. "Freak Art Scrapbook" presents this folk ledger of the key showcase of American and European art in the early 20th century, a collection of witty and vitriolic snippets, much of it dripping with satire as nearly an entire city took to lampooning modern art. Lovingly reproduced in all its bilious, acidic yellow, sporting pre-jazz cartoons that snicker repeatedly at Marcel Duchamp's "Nude Descending A Staircase," the scrapbook in fact turns out to be a complex and many layered artifact, not only a register of the Midwestern response to modernism, but a fascinating glimpse of the central arguments about populism and the vanguard". A pristine copy of this fortuitously discovered, invaluable document lovingly reproduced by Chicago's estimable Corbett vs. Dempsey Modern Art & Uncommon Objects on the hundredth anniversary of The Armory Show. 0-9884492-8-5 Inventory Number: 022881

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Filipacchi, Daniel, Nesuhi Ertegun, Jose Pierre, Rosalind Krauss, Werner Spies & David Sylvester. SURREALISM: TWO PRIVATE EYES. New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications & Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1999. First Edition. Large 4to. Cloth in Dust Jackets, Boxed. Exhibition Catalogs. Fine/Fine. 399 + 495pp, 830 color and 50 b&w illustrations. Creative director: Agnes Cruz. With artist biographies and an index. "Over the course of almost five decades, famed French magazine publisher Daniel Filipacchi and record producer Nesuhi Ertegun assembled two of the most important groupings of Surrealist art in private hands. This extraordinary two volume set, accompanying a 1999 Guggenheim Museum show (the only public exhibition of these collections) captures the full range, paradoxical nature, and fascinating aspects of the genre. Featuring works by leading figures such as Giorgio de Chirico, Joseph Cornell, Marcel Duchamp, Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, Man Ray, and Yves Tanguy, these volumes are comprised almost entirely of full-page, full-color reproductions. Major paintings, sculpture, photographs, works on paper, rare books, and ephemera appear alongside complimentary texts, creating a complete guide to one of the most intriguing movements in art history". A most handsome copy in its decorative printed slipcase still in the publisher's shrinkwrap. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 0-8109-6921-1 Inventory Number: 010516

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Hulten, Pontus, Editor. PARIS - NEW YORK. Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou & Gallimard, 1977. First Edition. 4to. Illustrated Boards. Exhibition Catalog. Very Good/No Jacket - As Issued. 729pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Text in French. Cover by Larry Rivers. With artist biographies and bibliographies, and a chronology (1905-1968). In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This is the massive hardbound catalogue published in conjunction with Pontus Hulten's landmark 1977 Centre Georges Pompidou exhibition that traced the interaction between the artistic capitals of Paris and New York during the Twentieth Century. In addition to a dazzling array of works by over two hundred artists, it includes informative textual contributions and essays by the likes of Henri Langlois, Elliott Carter, Jean Prouve, Donald Karshan, Robert Lebel, Claude Levi-Strauss, David Hare, William Copley, Robert Motherwell, Harold Rosenberg, Pierre Restany, Leo Castelli, Ileana Sonnabend, Daniel Cordier, Daniel Abadie, Alfred Pacquement, Billy Kluver, and more. A bright, handsome copy showing some wear and small crimps to the extremities of the boards. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 020826

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Hulten, Pontus, Editor. PARIS - NEW YORK. Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1977. First Edition. 4to. Illustrated Boards. Exhibition Catalog. Very Good -/No Jacket - As Issued. 729pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Text in French. Cover by Larry Rivers. With artist biographies and bibliographies, and a chronology (1905-1968). In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This is the massive hardbound catalogue published in conjunction with Pontus Hulten's landmark 1977 Centre Georges Pompidou exhibition that traced the interaction between the artistic capitals of Paris and New York during the Twentieth Century. In addition to a dazzling array of works by over two hundred artists, it includes informative textual contributions and essays by the likes of Henri Langlois, Elliott Carter, Jean Prouve, Donald Karshan, Robert Lebel, Claude Levi-Strauss, David Hare, William Copley, Robert Motherwell, Harold Rosenberg, Pierre Restany, Leo Castelli, Ileana Sonnabend, Daniel Cordier, Daniel Abadie, Alfred Pacquement, Billy Kluver, and more. A most presentable copy showing some light overall wear and handling along with the ink ownership inscription of the wife of a participating artist. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. Inventory Number: 000259

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Hulten, Pontus, Editor. PARIS - NEW YORK. Paris. 1977 (1991).: Centre Georges Pompidou & Gallimard, Second Revised Edition (First Thus). 4to. Illustrated Flexible Boards. Exhibition Catalog. Near Fine./No Jacket - As Issued. 956pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Text in French. Cover by Larry Rivers. With artist biographies and bibliographies, and a chronology (1905-1968). This is the massive catalogue published in conjunction with Pontus Hulten's landmark 1977 Centre Georges Pompidou exhibition that traced the interaction between the artistic capitals of Paris and New York during the Twentieth Century. In addition to a dazzling array of works by over two hundred artists, it includes informative textual contributions and essays by the likes of Henri Langlois, Elliott Carter, Jean Prouve, Donald Karshan, Robert Lebel, Claude Levi-Strauss, David Hare, William Copley, Robert Motherwell, Harold Rosenberg, Pierre Restany, Leo Castelli, Ileana Sonnabend, Daniel Cordier, Daniel Abadie, Alfred Pacquement, Billy Kluver, and more. A bright, most handsome copy of the smaller format, redesigned 1991 Centre Georges Pompidou and Gallimard edition in flexible boards. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 2-07-011224-1 Inventory Number: 023378

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Hulten, Pontus, Editor. Introduction by Jean-Claude Groshens. PARIS - PARIS 1937-1957. Paris. 1981 (1992).: Centre Georges Pompidou & Gallimard, Second Revised Edition (First Thus). 4to. Illustrated Flexible Boards. Exhibition Catalog. Near Fine./No Jacket - As Issued. 800pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in French. Cover by Roman Cieslewicz. With artist biographies and bibliographies, and a chronology (1937-1957). This is the massive catalogue published in conjunction with Pontus Hulten's landmark 1981 Centre Georges Pompidou exhibition that traced Parisian artistic and cultural innovations from the onset of World War II through to the Space Age. In addition to a dazzling array of works by over one hundred and fifty artists, it includes informative textual contributions and essays. A bright, most handsome copy of the smaller format, redesigned 1992 Centre Georges Pompidou and Gallimard edition in flexible boards. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 2-07-011248-9 Inventory Number: 020835

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Hulten, Pontus, Editor. Introduction by Werner Spies. PARIS - BERLIN 1900-1933. Paris. 1978 (1992).: Centre Georges Pompidou & Gallimard, Second Revised Edition (First Thus). 4to. Illustrated Flexible Boards. Exhibition Catalog. Near Fine./No Jacket - As Issued. 762pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in French. Cover by Roman Cieslewicz. With artist biographies and bibliographies. This is the massive catalogue published in conjunction with Pontus Hulten's landmark 1978 Centre Georges Pompidou exhibition that traced the interaction between the artistic capitals of Paris and Berlin during the first third of the Twentieth Century. In addition to a dazzling array of works by over one hundred artists, it includes informative textual contributions and essays. A bright, most handsome copy of the smaller format, redesigned 1992 Centre Georges Pompidou and Gallimard edition in flexible boards. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 2-07-011247-0 Inventory Number: 020834

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Hulten, Pontus, Editor. Introduction by Werner Spies. PARIS - BERLIN 1900-1933. Paris & Munich, GERMANY: Centre Georges Pompidou & Prestel Verlag, 1979. First German Language Edition. 4to. Illustrated Boards. Exhibition Catalog. Near Fine./No Jacket - As Issued. 632pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in German. Cover by Roman Cieslewicz. With artist biographies and bibliographies. This is the massive catalogue published in conjunction with Pontus Hulten's landmark 1978 Centre Georges Pompidou exhibition that traced the interaction between the artistic capitals of Paris and Berlin during the first third of the Twentieth Century. In addition to a dazzling array of works by over one hundred artists, it includes informative textual contributions and essays. A most handsome copy of the hardbound 1979 Prestel Verlag first German language edition showing some light handling and age-toning to the covers. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase. 3-7913-0466-6 Inventory Number: 021411

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