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n.p.: Don Allen for the S. F. Arts Festival, 1964. Folio-sized folder containing 10 illustrated poetry broadsides created for the San Francisco Arts Festival. Limited to 300 copies signed by both poet and illustrator (except for David Meltzer who refused to sign his, and artist Phyllis Bailey). Includes the broadside...
n.p.:n.p., . The second issue of the preeminent Surrealist journal, published in Paris at the height of the Surrealist Movement. Prints the famous "Le Suicide Est-Il Une Solution?" with responses by Artaud, Breton, Reverdy, et al. Texts and poems by Eluard, Artaud, Desnos, Aragon, Breton, Crevel, Vache, and others. Illustrations.....
n.p.:n.p., . The preeminent Surrealist journal, published in Paris at the height of the Surrealist Movement. This issue edited by Andre Breton. Prints "Lettre a la Voyante" and "Uccello le Poil" by Antonin Artaud, also contributions by Breton, Peret, Eluard, Desnos, et al. Illustrations by Tanguy, Miro, Ernst, Masson, Man.....
NY: Roth Horowitz, 2000. Small 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. As new in publisher's cardstock slipcase.
n.p.: Privately published, 2014. Brewton (using the pseudonym "Skillet Marimba") created this collage for publication in Kut-Uup! No. 1, a periodical designed and published by him devoted to collage art. Features an intriguing image of a seated man in a 40's-style suite with a schematic where his head should be...
Scotland: Lyle Publications, 1974. 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Very fine.
Toronto: Art-Official, 1973. The "Mondo Nudo" issue. Interview with Robin Page, and more. Some foxing to back cover, small corner chip to front cover, very good. The scarce original mailing envelope is present.
Toronto: Art-Official, 1977. The "Punk Till You Puke" issue. Contributions by Richard Hell, Patti Smith, Genesis P. Orridge, with coverage of the Sex Pistols, Talking Heads, Rough Trade, Debbie Harry, Yoko Ono, and more. Trivial foxing to covers, else near fine. The scarce original mailing envelope is present.
Toronto: Art-Official, 1980. The "Special Global Downtown Issue." Contributions by Nino Longobardi, Tom Dean, Jimmy De Sana, Robert Cumming, Kim Gordon, Steven Davey, and others. Some wear to covers, short edge tear to fore-edge of all pages, very good. The scarce original mailing envelope is present.
Toronto: Art-Official, 1980. The "Foreign Agents" issue. Contributions by John Scott, Michael Smith, Mark Beyer, General Idea, Sylvere Letranger, Duncan Smith, and others. Some wear to covers, patch of foxing to front cover, else very good plus in the scarce original mailing envelope (worn).
[SF]: Chronicle Books, . Oblong 8vo. Hardbound in photo-illustrated boards. First edition. Introduction by Diana Gaston. Fabulous book documenting abandoned drive-in movie theaters, freight cars, bowling alleys, gasoline stations (homage to Ruscha), and other roadside Americana from bygone days. As new.
NY: Dover, 1972. Small 4to. Softbound. First edition thus. Title lettering faded on spine, else very fine.
[LA]: Choke Publications, 1977. Oblong 12mo. Pamphlet. First edition. Photographs and texts document Burden's B-Car project where he designed, built, and tested a one passenger car that would achieve speeds over 100 miles per hour while maintaining 100 miles per gallon fuel efficiency. As new and scarce thus.
Berkeley: Stuart Street Studio, 1986. String-tied wraps. First edition. Limited to 250 copies hand-bound and signed by the artist. Photo-montages and a couple of poems on the theme of change. Fine.
NY: RAW Books, . Hardbound, issued without a dust jacket. First edition. Excellent work by Burns, a regular contributor to RAW magazine. Published as Raw One-Shot # 5. Minute rubbed spots to the extremities, about fine.
Paris: Christian Bourgois, . Softbound. First French edition. Translated from the English by Gerard-Georges Lemaire. Important association copy with an exceptional inscription to his long-time friend and collaborator, Brion Gysin: "To Brion Gysin who picture wrote my literary career in France 25 years ago. William S. Burroughs." Burroughs and Gysin...
[Santa Monica: Smart Art Press, 1996]. Softbound, with die-cut holes to the front cover. First edition. Exhibition catalog issued to coincide with a show presented jointly by Track 16 Gallery and the Robert Berman Gallery. Profusely illustrated with color reproductions of Burroughs' paintings, with texts by Timothy Leary and others. Very fine.
[Geneva]: Skira, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Profusely illustrated throughout with tipped-in color plates. Fine in dust jacket with a small price sticker to flap. Housed in publisher's cardstock slipcase very slightly toned around the edges.
Davis: Memorial Union Art Gallery, 1982. Square 8vo. Pamphlet. First edition. Exhibition catalog for Butler's show at the Memorial Union Art Gallery. Designed by Frances Butler, typography by Alastair Johnson, and printed by Poltroon Press. Colorful and inventive design and layout with unusual graphics. Fine.
[Paris]: Flammarion, . Folio. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition in English. Profusely illustrated throughout. Very fine in price-clipped dust jacket.
Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Very fine.
London: Violette, 1999. 4to. Hardbound, issued without dust jacket. First edition. Calle uses Paul Auster's Leviathan as a starting point for blending fact and fiction. As new.
[France]: Actes Sud, . 16mo. Hardbound in photo-illustrated boards. First edition. Photographs, texts, and stills from the film Unfinished by Calle and Balducci. As new.