NY: Guggenheim Museum, . Thick 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated, massive overview of the artist's work, published on the occasion of a major exhibition. As new.
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Santa Fe: Twelvetrees Press, 1987. Folio. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition, deluxe issue. One of 50 numbered copies signed by Clemente. Profusely illustrated throughout, many in color. As new in publisher's slipcase with an elaborate intertwined serpent design printed in silver and black (still shrink-wrapped). A handsome production.
Rome & London: Gianenzo Sperone & Anthony d'Offay, 1981. Small folio. Hardbound in illustrated boards. First edition. One of an unspecified number of copies signed by Clemente. A handmade book printed in India. Color plates of Clemente's work interspersed with hand-printed illustrations, with front and back boards that fold out. Fine.
NY: RAW, . Hardbound, issued without dust jacket. First edition. Coe's homage to Malcolm X, published as "Raw One-Shot #6." Profusely illustrated by Coe with text by her and Art Spiegelman. Tiny indentation to top of front board, else near fine.
NY: Ex Libris, 1983. Small 4to. Softbound issued in dust jacket illustrated with Dada imagery. Preface by Arthur Cohen. Introduction by Trevor Winkfield. Landmark bookseller's catalog listing Dada rarities offered for sale. Illustrated with photographs. Few faint specks of foxing to front cover, dust jacket spine slightly faded, near fine.
Kathmandu, Nepal: [Bardo Matrix], 1975. Broadside on handmade rice paper. First edition. Illustrated with charming small woodblock prints. Features poems by John Fungi, Jigme Limpa, Ira Cohen, Angus Maclise, an announcement for an Ira Cohen photography exhibit, and more. The Spirit Catcher Bookshop was started by John Chick and others...
[Kathmandu, Nepal: Bardo Matrix, 1975]. Printed folded with 14 loose sheets of rice paper in various sizes printing poems and woodblock prints illustrated with rubber stamps. First edition. Superb presentation copy inscribed by Cohen to his close friend, collaborator, and fellow Bardo Matrix member Dana Young on the first day...
[Staten Island: ADCO Enterprises, 1982]. Oblong 32mo. Softbound. Second printing. Artists's book featuring photographs of a gravestone accompanied by a short story titled "Confirmation." Very near fine.
n.p.:n.p., . Features a handsome Jess collage printed in four colors. As new (10" x 13").
[SF: White Rabbit Press, 1967]. 4to. Spiral-bound wraps. First edition. Limited to 500 copies. Text by Duncan, profusely illustrated (including the cover) by Jess. Fine.
n.p.:n.p., . Jess used a portion of a cover from The Cat and the Blackbird to make a small, folding greeting card. Jess' message (written in four different colored inks) reads: "To John and Barbara Happy turn of the year full of joys a-bounding! From Jess and Robert" (Robert Duncan.....
NY: Odyssia Gallery, 1971. Features a lovely, intricate collage by Jess. One of 150 numbered copies signed by Jess in pencil in the bottom corner. Very fine (20" x 26").
NY & SF: Odyssia Gallery/John Berggruen Gallery, 1989. Catalog with color illustrations, supplementary text by Madeleine Burnside, a chronology, checklist, etc. Fine.
NY: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 1965. When Conner was commissioned to design the poster for the 1965 New York Film Festival he created "Ten Second Film," a film that he intended to be a television commercial for the festival, and precede the screenings of the films at the...
LA: Ferus Gallery, 1962. The poster is illustrated with a photo of Conner's important early "funk" assemblage "Portrait of Allen Ginsberg" a work that, like many from this period, utilized objects (in this case tin cans) shrouded in tan nylon stockings. This exhibition was an early one for Conner and...
[London: Phaidon, 1997]. Square 4to. Softbound in dust jacket. First edition. Signed by Dion. Profusely illustrated in color throughout with photographs of his constructions, artifacts, and installations. Very fine.
Kathmandu, Nepal: Bardo Matrix, 1974. 4to. Pamphlet, stitch bound. First edition. One of 500 numbered copies. Published as Strastreams Poetry Series No. 1. Slip laid-in listing the cast for the first, and only, performance of this poem/play in Kathmandu, Nepal. The cast members included Ira Cohen and Angus MacLise both...
Cleveland: American Greetings, 1966. Features two color illustrations (one on the front one inside) of one of Crumb's trademark buxom women stuffed into a too-small dress. Signed by Crumb on the verso. A year after graduating high school Crumb moved to Cleveland where he got a job with American Greetings...
n.p.: n.d., ca. late 1960's. Crumb's famous image printed in black and white against a red background. Fine (ca. 4.5" x 9.25").
SF: San Francisco Examiner, 1985. The poster proclaims: "Hinckle Free at Last Only in the Examiner" and reproduces a drawing by Crumb showing Hinckle and his hound dog being dragged away by three burly police officers. Printed in black and red on white card stock. Fine (14" x 21").
SF: San Francisco Examiner, 1985. The poster proclaims: "Hinckle Free at Last Only in the Examiner" and reproduces a drawing by Crumb showing Hinckle and his hound dog being dragged away by three burly police officers. Presentation copy inscribed by Crumb to his publisher, John Martin of Black Sparrow Press...
Greenwich, CT: New York Graphic Society, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Profusely illustrated with tipped-in color plates. Very fine in publisher's cardstock slipcase (touch of sunning to edges of slipcase).
Paris: Leon Amiel Publisher, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Preface by Paul Vialar. Introduction and notes by Jacqueline Armingeat. Profusely illustrated with Daumier's lithographs. Fine in publisher's cardstock slipcase a bit sunned sunned around the edges.
[Aspen & Amsterdam: Aspen Art Museum & De Appel, 2002]. 4to. Softbound. First edition. Signed by Demand dated 2001. Exhibition catalog with color plates and an essay by Lars Lerup. Bilingual text. Very fine (small, faint stray mark).
NY: Felicie, 1974. 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Profusely illustrated with photos of Picasso and his work. Fine in dust jacket wth two small tears.