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n.p.:n.p., . 4to. 1 page on Haring's radiant baby letterhead. New York, postmarked November 20, 1986. Haring expresses willingness to do illustrations for a project Cohen is working on. In full: "IRA, I'm definitely interested in doing something for the books. Tell me sizes and deadlines. I loved the article.....
NY: Public Illumination Magazine, 1981. Small pamphlet-style magazine (measuring 4.25" x 2.75"). Features a centerfold spread by Keith Haring using the pseudonym "Kip Herring." The drawings include some of Haring's signature images including dogs and crawling babies, as well as sexual activity that involves the comingling of species. A very.....
NY: Abrams, . Thick 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated throughout. Fine.
NY: Rizzoli, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Introduction by Barbara Rose. Profusely illustrated, many in color. Fine.
Greenwich, CT: New York Graphic Society, . Square 8vo. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated with photos of Moore and his work (many in color). Portrait of Moore printed on clear acetate laid in. Text in French, English, and German. Erasure abrasion to f.f.e, else fine...
Koln: Taschen, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition thus. Essays by Andre Breton, Katherine Ware, and Emmanuelle de L'Ecotais. Profusely illustrated. Very fine (barely perceptible touch of yellowing to page edges).
n.p.:n.p., . The event was sponsored by Inter Dada 84 and The New York Correspondence School of San Francisco. Features a design utilizing an array of Ray Johnson bunny faces each with a different mail artist's name. As new.
NY: Abrams [ca. 1971]. 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Profusely illustrated throughout. Fine.
n.p.:n.p., . Abstract shapes printed in dark blue against a light blue background. Issued in the French art magazine XXe Siecle No. 4, Christmas 1938, but here offered separately. A lovely copy carefully removed from the magazine and left in its original state with the edges untrimmed leaving the publisher's.....
NY: Watson-Guptill, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Landmark study, profusely illustrated. Includes Hopper, Benton, Burchfield, Marsh, Sloan, Soyer, Wood, and many others. Very fine.
NY: Rizzoli, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First American edition. Profusely illustrated throughout. Very fine in publisher's cardstock slipcase with a small sticker abrasion and touch of sunning to the edges.
LA: Love Press, 1979. Limited to 1000 copies. Herms did a drawing a day for a year, based on Sabian symbols received by clairvoyant, Elsie Wheeler in the 1930's. Each drawing is photographically reproduced on quarto stock with Dane Rudyhar's psychological interpretation of the symbol that inspired it printed at.....
SF: Nova Broadcast, 1969. Pamphlet. First edition. Number 3 in the Nova Broadcast series. Near fine.
NY: Something Else Press, 1965. Pamphlet. Later printing. The first appearance of any part of this text. No. 2 in the series of Great Bear Pamphlets. Fine.
Barton, VT: Something Else Press, 1972. Softbound. First edition. Small stain to one page, barely perceptible corner crease to cover, else fine and unread.
Rutland, VT: Charles E. Tuttle, . 4to. Hardbound in cloth-covered boards. First American edition. Review copy with publisher's slip. Profusely illustrated throughout. Spine lettering slightly rubbed, touch of toning to spines, else fine (lacking the slipcase). The set:.