NY: Vrej Baghoomian, 1989. The front of the card reproduces Basquiat's "Red Warrior" painting. Baghoomian gave Basquiat his last show while he was alive---this show took place only a little more than a year after his death. Few minute rubbed spots to back cover, else fine (ca. 8.75" x 5.75" folded). Scarce.
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Zurich: Galerie Bruno Bischofberger, 1993. The cover features a color reproduction of an early untitled work by Basquiat. Fine (ca. 6" x 8.5" folded). A scarce invite.
NY: Bruno Bischofberger/Mary Boone/Michael Werner Gallery, 1984. Nicely printed in green and black on textured beige stock. An early show for Basquiat. Fine (5" x 7").
NY: Tony Shafrazi Gallery, 1987. The other side prints an announcement for a show by Simon Linke. Printed in white, gray, and brown on slick stock. Fine (ca. 8.5" x 6").
Paris: Galerie Daniel Templon, 1987. Text printed in black on slick white stock. Fine (4.25" x 6"). Scarce.
Rome: Galleria Diacono, 1982. 8vo. Single sheet of tan, wove card stock printed in red letterpress, folded to make four pages. The very first catalog, and the first monograph, published on the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, featuring an extensive text by Mario Diacono. The exhibition displayed a single major work...
NY: Robert Miller, 1990. The front of the card reproduces an untitled oilstick drawing by Basquiat. Fine (ca. 10.5" x 8" folded).
NY: Anne Plumb Gallery, 1987. Organized by Steven Harvey, the show ran from Dec. 19th, 1987 to Jan. 23rd, 1988 and included work by Basquiat, Kounellis, Broodthaers, Nauman and Byars. Printed in black on gray stock. Stamped and sent through the mail. Near fine.
NY: Vrej Baghoomian Gallery, 1988. Invite for Basquiat's final exhibition featuring a b&w cover photo of Basquiat holding a copy of Kerouac's The Subterraneans. Fine (three small spots to back cover, a minor blemish from the printing process). A nicely designed announcement measuring 9" x 6" folded.
NY: Privately published, 1983. Basquiat created a special drawing for the poster to publicize the "Food for the Soup Kitchens" benefit exhibition held in 1983 at Fashion Moda in the Bronx and the Store for Art and Architecture in downtown NYC. The bottom portion of the poster lists the participating...
n.p.:n.p., . Handbill for an alternative group show featuring "Art, Politics, Performance & Film." The "exhibition documented the convergence of punk/no wave, wild style, conceptual street work, radical feminism, gay liberation and the burgeoning neo-expressionism that would set the agenda for the dynamic New York art world of the early.....
NY: Privately published, 1980. 4to. Handbill for an alternative group show featuring "Art, Films, Store, Some Fashion, Politics and More." The "exhibition documented the convergence of punk/no wave, wild style, conceptual street work, radical feminism, gay liberation and the burgeoning neo-expressionism that would set the agenda for the dynamic New...
n.p.: Lamplight, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Profusely illustrated throughout. Fine.
NY: Simon & Schuster, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Profusely illustrated. Very fine (slight yellowing to dj flaps).
NY: The Time is Always Now, ca. 1999. Single quarto sheet folded to make four pages. Prints a long essay on Beard and his work. Fine.
NY: Rizzoli, 1999. Reproduces Beard's self-portrait that appears on the cover of the book. A couple of minute scuffs to the front, else about fine (6" x 4.25").
Madrid: Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, 1999. The front features an exuberant color collage of Beard's photographs and scrapbook pages. Fine (ca. 8.25" x 4").
Koln: Taschen, 2008. 4to. Hardbound in cloth-covered boards. First edition. One of a small number of signed sets that Peter has embellished by tipping-in original photographs, a small stone, adding his hand and foot prints, paint smears, and various annotations. A wonderful production reproducing Beard's exuberant and intricate scrapbook pages...
NY: Dover, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. Reprint of the revised 1920 edition with the addition of a couple of color plates. Preface by H. C. Marillier. Illustrated throughout. Fine in dust jacket with faint blue line to back panel from former jacket protector.
NY: Dover, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. Reprint of the revised 1930 edition. Illustrated throughout. Fine in dust jacket with a small blemish and faint blue line to back panel from former jacket protector.
n.p.: Privately published, n.d. Features a unicorn pulling a snail whose shell is a castle. Signed by Beck and dated 1982. Small soiled spot, else near fine (10.5" x 13").
[London]: Thames and Hudson, . Square 4to. Softbound, published simultaneously with the cloth. First edition. Essay by Robert Storr. Signed by Puryear. Published on the occasion of an exhibition. Profusely illustrated. As new.
NY: Gallery Books, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated throughout. Some foxing to top edge of text block, else fine in slightly spine-faded dust jacket.
n.p.: n.p., 1969. 4to. Softbound. First edition. Scathing criticism of Nixon and his policies. One of the authors, James Flora, was co-founder of The Little Man Press with Robert Lowry. Trivial soiling to covers, near fine.
NY: Clarkson Potter, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Foreword by Russell Lynes. Profusely illustrated throughout. Fine.