n.p.: n.p., ca. 1959. Cardboard box printed with charming drawings of beatniks and beatnik phrases. The box contains 24 folding illustrated notecards. They feature 3 different beatnik-themed drawings, with 8 cards of each design. There are also 8 sheets of red stickers printing beatnik phrases to embellish the 24 envelopes...
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NY: Random House, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. As new.
NY: Random House, . Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Signed by the author. Very fine.
NY: Ticknor & Fields, 1985. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition of the author's second book. Briefly inscribed by the author. Fine (microscopic tear to dj).
NY: Ticknor & Fields, 1985. Softbound. Uncorrected proof copy of the author's second book. About fine.
[NY: Doubleday, 1994]. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Signed by the author. Very fine.
[London: Secker & Warburg, 1994]. First British edition, a trade paperback original. Signed by the author. As new.
[NY: Doubleday, 1994]. Advance reading copy in glossy wraps. As new.
NY: Doubleday, . Pamphlet printing a substantive advance excerpt. Fine.
[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.: Maya Quarto, 1969. 4to. Pamphlet. First edition. One of 50 numbered copies signed by the author. Published as No. 2 in the Maya Quartos series. Designed and printed by Clifford Burke at the Cranium Press. Touch of fading to spine, else fine.
NY: Clarkson Potter, . 4to. Hardbound in dust jacket. First edition. Foreword by Russell Lynes. Profusely illustrated throughout. Fine.
[LA: Fellows of Contemporary Art, 1978]. 4to. Softbound. First edition. Foreword by Hal Glicksman. Essays by Robert Duncan and David Meltzer. Profusely illustrated throughout. Issued to coincide with an important exhibition---Berman's first major retrospective. Thin abrasion to bottom of front cover, barely perceptible yellowing to top edge of first few...
Pasadena: Armory Center for the Arts, 2011. Nicely designed catalog and 38 unbound plates (some in color) reproducing works by these artists enclosed in a cardboard box with printed label. First edition. Published on the occasion of an exhibition exploring the work of these two influential Southern California artists. As...
SF: Mid-Tower Publishing, 1958. Premier issue of this magazine devoted to censorship issues. Features the cover story: "The Village of Angry Young Men" about the Beatniks in San Francisco. Includes several pages of photos of the San Francisco Beat scene by Harry Redl, including one of Wallace and Shirley Berman...
n.p.: Columbia Records, 1970. A quarto page neatly excised from Billboard magazine. The advertisement utilizes a disturbing still from D.W. Griffith's film "The Birth of a Nation." At the bottom the anonymous artist placed 5 handheld transistor radios identical to Berman's and in each he put a photo of one...
Venice: L.A. Louver Gallery, n.d. [ca. 1990's]. The card is a notification that "The Wallace Berman Estate is Represented Exclusively by L.A. Louver Gallery." Printed on both sides illustrated with works by Berman and prints the phrase "Art is Love is God." Two pieces of clear tape to the verso.....