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NY: Museum of Modern Art, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated throughout. Fine.
NY: Abrams, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Essays by Timothy Baum, Riva Castleman, and Robert Rainwater. Profusely illustrated, many in color. Fine.
NY: Princeton Architectural Press, 2001. Oblong 8vo. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Essays by Ruth Butler and Mario Gandelsonas. As new.
n.p.: n.p., n.d. The portrait shows poet Robert Duncan in profile. One of 150 numbered copies signed by Kitaj. Fine (image 6" x 6" on a 20.5" x 15.75" sheet). Housed in the original mailing tube.
NY: Museum of Modern Art, 1949. Softbound in glassine dust jacket. First edition. Illustrated. Glassine jacket toned with some chipping to back panel, first page partially detached where the book was overopened causing a small split to the binding that is still solid, else very good.
Dusseldorf: Galerie Schmela, 1964. Oblong sheet of cardstock tri-folded to make six panels. Prints an essay by Otto Piene, a photograph of Klein, a color reproduction of one of his works, a photo of a letter from Klein, and exhibition info. Fine. Measures ca. 6" x 24.5" unfolded. (German text.).....
Milan: Galleria Apollinaire, 1961. 8vo. Pamphlet. Prints Pierre Restany's 1956 essay on Klein "Il Secondo Minuto Della Verita," as well as a longer Restany essay from which the title of the show was taken. Illustrated with a photograph of Klein and reproductions of his works, including a full-page devoted to.....
Paris: Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs, . Softbound. First edition. Catalog for the retrospective exhibition at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs. Profusely illustrated throughout (many in color), with texts by Pierre Restany, Yves Klein, et al. Some wear to edges of spine, very good.
n.p.: Privately published, ca. 1960. 4to. Four sheets printed on one side, mimeographed from typescript, and fastened at the corner with a small silver clasp. At the top: "Yves Klein / Dit le Monochrome." Then Klein gives his birthplace and date, occupation ("peintre"), home address, and states that he is.....