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AGENTZIA (1)+11/12. 1967-1968. (Visual poetry). All published.
Magazine. (Dir.: J.F. Bory and J. Gerz).
2 volumes: # (1): (32) pages/plates, accordion folded, printed both sides. Folded: 29.8x10.7. Unfolded: 29.8x31.8 cm. #11/12 (in fact, n°2): "Attention, l'art corrompt": 56 pages, illustrations. Wrappers. 21x18 cm. Mainly visual poetry, many photomontages. Magazine totally anonymous: texts and illustrations are not signed, no name of collaborators. Numbers "1" and "11/12" do not refer to the issuing of the magazine, but to the chronology of all the items issued by the publisher. They are in fact the first and second (and last) issues of the magazine. Agentzia, Paris, France, c. 1967-1968. Unspecified and unnumbered edition of 400 copies. All published. VG.
S. Paull/E. Stegentritt, Kunstzeitschriften der Welt, 1973, # 35.
APPROCHES: 1, 2, 3, 4. 1966-1969. All published.
Approches n°1: "Panoramique de la poésie expérimentale";
Approches n°2: "L'érotisme dans la poésie matérielle";
Approches n°3: "Vers un nouveau langage";
Approches n°4: "Cinq trajets".
121; 130; 206; 175pp. Throughoutly ilustrated. Photographs, cut-ups, drawings, visual poems, folding-out pages.
Each issue, softcover, 18.8x21.2; 20.7x13.5; 20.7x17.9; 20.7x17.9 cm.
Contributors, among others:
N°1: F. Popper, J. Blaine, Arden-Quin, J.-F. Bory, P. Garnier, F. Dufrene, H. Chopin, B. Heidsieck, C. Mc Carthy, J. Furnival, I.H. Finlay, E. Gomringer, Y. Fujitomi etc;
N°2; F. Popper, A. de Campos, F. Mon, K. Katue, A. Spatola, L. Lijn, J. Furnival, I.H. Finlay, J.F. Borry, C. Pelieu, J. Blaine, I. & P. Garnier, etc;
N°3: J.-F. Bory, J. Blaine, S. Toshihiko, M. Shiomi, K. Katue, E.A. Vigo, J.-C. Moineau, B. Cobbing, F. Vaccari etc;
N°4: J. Blaine, J. Gerz, A. Schifres, J.-F. Bory, Carrega, G. Bertini, K. Friedman, A. & M. Spatola, R. Kostelanetz, P. de Vree, J. Furnival, etc, and J.-C. Moineau: a white flexible 33rpm record, 17 cm diam, "Manuel de converstaion courante, Livre 2, la poésie s'écrit comme elle se prononce" inserted in the last cover.
Directed by Jean-François Bory and Julien Blaine, Paris, 1965-1969. (Les Carnets de l'Octéor, Nlle série/Approches).
N° 1 à n° 137.
1945 à 1967
134 numéros en 127 fascicules (7 numéros doubles)
23 années de publication.
No 1 through No 137.
1945 through 1967.
134 issues in 127 volumes (7 double issues).
23 years of publication.
ART & LANGUAGE: ART-LANGUAGE Volume 2 number 1, February 1972.
57p., text in English. Wrappers, stapled bound. 21.1x 148 cm. Published by Art & Language Press, Leamington Spa, UK, 1972. Texts by Tedrry Atkinson, Michael Baldwin, Ian Burn, Mel Ramsden, Philip Pilkington, David Rushton, Kevin Lole, Graham Howard.
arTitudes International. Nos 1 to 45. Oct./ Nov. 1972 - Oct./Nov. 1977. (All published).
Art periodical. Dir.: F. Pluchart.
45 issues in 17 volumes: 48+48+56+64+48+92+93+104(+XL)96+120+112+112+64+64+12+108+28 p./pl. Wrappers. Single nos from 1 to 5 and 45, triple from 6/8 to 30/32, n° 33/38 sextuple. Bimonthly from n° 1 to n° 4 and n° 45, quaterly from n° 5 to n° 27/29 (except 6/8 and 24/26, every four months), n° 30/32: 5 months, n° 33/38: 10 months, n° 39/44: 8 months. 29.7x21 cm each. Wrappers. S.p.e.b., Paris, 1972-1977. All published.
Kunstzeitschriften der Welt, n°36. One of the most interesting french art magazines for the period.
ASPEN. #1 - #10 + #6A. 1965-71. All published.
Artist periodical. "The multimedia magazine in a box".
Complete run of 10 issues in 9 volumes (double issue: 5/6) + #6A (sent to New York subscribers only). P. Johnson dir., 1965-1971. All published.
A very good and useful description is given by Ubuweb (part of the UbuWeb Foundation), NY: http://www.ubu.com/aspen/
AVALANCHE. #1 - #12. 1970-1973. All published (except last issue, #13).
First series of 8 issues + 4 of the second one. #1-#8: 40 to 90 p.. #8-#12 (13) "Avalanche Newspaper": 36 to 52 p., at tabloid format. Under the direction of W. Sharp and E. Bear. Kineticism Press and Center for Art Activities, NY. All published except #13.
AXE # 1,2,3. 1975-76. All published.
3 volumes. Each: 30.5x21.5 cm, variable number of pages, printed on one side only, loose, under a heavy paper cover which is each time designed by a different artist: #1: B. Gysin; #2: René Guiette; #3: Jean Degottex. The 3 volumes under a card slipcase. Printed in offset, letterpress, silkscreen on different kinds of paper.
Each contribution is particular, cut-off, object, file, etc.
Axe 1: Avril 1975: R. Adzak, E. Bal, B. Bogart, H. Chopin, Degottex, M. Dermisache, B. Heidsieck, L.J.P. Schelfhout, U.N. Lee, N. van Daele, P. Ostaijen.
Axe 2: Nov. 1975: A. de Bary, M. Benhamou, H. de Clerc, F. Dufrêne, S. Esmeraldo, R. Guiette, B. Gysin, B. Heidsieck, Plessi.
Axe 3: Déc. 1976. J. Delahaut, J. Giorno, B. Gysin, S. Hanson, B. Heidsieck, A. Lora-Totino, F. Mairey, K. Ritterbusch.
Schraenen, Antwerp, Belgium, 1975-76. Edition of 10+120+370 copies, all numbered. This copy one of the numbered 370 copies.
Each issue contains a 45rpm vinyl record (diam. 17) of sound poetry:
Axe 1: Henri CHOPIN: Air Vibratoire for Jean.
Axe 2: François DUFRENE: Crirythm for Tinguely/Brion GYSIN: Where is that word; In the beginning was the word; In a place, in a place.
Axe 3: Sten Hanson: Oips I; Oips II.
Ref.: Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maison du livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (34, #3). "The record as artwork. From futurism to conceptual art", 1978, p. 59, 104, 105. "Poésure et Peintrie", 1993, p. 597.
AXE # 1,2,3. 1975-1976. All published. Deluxe edition.
The same as above, but one of the 20 copies of the deluxe edition, containing, besides what is described upper, original works, all of them numbered and signed: #1, Avril 1975: Degottex: silkscreen print; L. J.P. Schelfhout: 3 embossed plates (one fold-out). #2, Nov. 1975: R. Guiette: silkscreen print with handpainted background; S. Esmeraldo: object mounted on a paper plate. #3, Dec. 1976: B. Gysin: silkscreen print; A. Lora-Totino: text mimeographed in red.
Ref.: Catalogue: "d.i.s.c.o.t.h.è.q.u.e., expériences sonores d'artistes", Maisondu livre et du son, Villeurbanne, 1989, p. (34, #3). "The record as artwork. From futurism to conceptual art", 1978, p. 59, 104, 105. "Poésure et Peintrie", 1993, p. 597.
(Marcel BROODTHAERS): "Le Patriote Illustré". 1958; 1960.
M.B. worked as a photojournalist for the Belgian weekly magazine, "Le Patriote illusré". 4 of the probably 7 issues, containing a Broodthaers's contribution. Each: one article, text in French, and one or more photos by M.B. 36.3x25.5 cm.
We offer 4 issues: 1 : 74° année, # 10, 9 Mars 1958: M.B.'s contribution: 1 page, 2 b./w. photos: "Un autre monde". Printed signature "M.B.". Catalogue, Jeu de Paume, p. 4041 (reprod.) 2 : # 23, 5 Juin 1960. M.B.'s contribution: 3 pages, 5 b./w. photos. "Voyage en pays lointain". Printed signature "Marcel Broodthaers". 3 : # 25, 19 Juin 1960. M.B.'s contribution: 1 page, 1 b./w. photo. "L'art dans l'espace". Printed signature "Marcel Broodthaers". 4 : # 50, 15 Decembre 1960, Christmas special issue. M.B.'s contribution: 3 pages, 7 b./w. photos. "Les confessions du siècle". Printed signature "Marcel Broodthaers". Catalogue, Jeu de Paume, Paris, 1991, p. 311.
CAVALIER SEUL. Bulletin d'information mensuel publié par Cheval d'Attaque. Nos 2; 3; 4; 6; 11-12; 14; 16; 19; 20; 21; 22; 23; 24. 1973- 1975.
14 issues in 13 volumes. Texts in French: critics on comtemporary literature, cinema, theater, art. Each issue: wrappers, staple bound, 29.5x21.2 cm. Cheval d'Attaque, Paris, 1973-1975. Editor: Didier Paschal-Lejeune.
CHEVAL D'ATTAQUE. Revue internationale d'expression ludique. Nos 2; 10-11-12; 14; 15; 16/17; 18; 19. 1972-1978.
Contemporary poetry and art periodical.
10 issues in 7 volumes. Yellow Now, Liege, Belgiuim, then P.-J. Balbo, Joinville-le-Pont, France. Under the direction of Didier Paschal-Lejeune.
N°2: April 1972. 26p. Wrappers. 25.2x19 cm. Under the direction of D. Paschal-Lejeune. Illustrations by Antirelief et Compagnie, Yellow, J. Carelman, H. Chopin, M. Dufrêne. Texts in French by M. Bealu, A. Blavier, H. Chopin, A. Frontier, P. Lamantia, A. Lemoine, G. Norge, F. Parcheminier, P. Roux. Cheval d'Attaque, Yellow Now, Liege, Belgium. Editor: D. Paschal-Lejeune.
N° 10-11-12: 1974. 159p. Wrappers. 22x15.6 cm. Special triple issue devoted to the "Papafol du Paralloïde". C. Bryen, P. Bearn, F. Caradec, J. Queval, D. Paschal-Lejeune, R. Escarpit, J.-L. Brau, J. Dubuffet, T. Koenig, M. Bealu, P. Boujut, A. Blavier, A. Martel, G. Azerthiope.
N°14: April 1975. Unpaginated. Wrappers. 22x15.6 cm. M. Rapin, M. Dors, Le Nombre dans l'Art: Les Populations d'Images.
N°15: November 1975. 40p. Wrappers. 22x15.6 cm. J.P. Bobillot, B. Cany, J. Donguy, J.-J. Faussot, Y. Giry, S. Nachmansohn.
N°16/17: June 1976. Special double issue: Poesie au Quebec, une année de lectures. 112p. Wrappers. 22x15.6 cm. A. Beaudet, N. Brossard, R. des Roches, H. Gaulin, M. Hebert, P. Straram, C. Beausoleil, F. Charron, L. Francoeur, P. Haeck, A. Roy, Y. Villemaire.
N°18: August 1976. "Tombeaux Transformation.s". 72p. Wrappers. 22x15.6 cm. G. de Cortanze, J. Roubaud, R. Etchavarren, S. Yukievitch, G. Bourson, C. Prigent, J.-P. Séguin.
N°19: 1978. 79p. Wrappers. 22x15.6 cm. J.-P. Bobillot, S. Neve, J.-L. Martin-Lagardette, A. Frontier, R. Tialans, Theodore ("Apophtegmes").
CHORUS #3 to #11/12. 1969-1974.
Deluxe edition copies of this artist periodical:
- CHORUS #3. "Collages". Fall 1969. 48 pages/plates. Loose, as issued, under wrappers. 24.1x18.6 cm. Texts and works by D. Biga, P. Tilman, P. Gaudibert, F. Venaille, Monory, J.P. Le Boul'ch, F. Helion, P. Morhange, G. Mounin. 1/80 of the deluxe edition, numbered, containing 1 original silkscreen by J. Monory, numbered and signed by the artist, loose. Chorus, Paris, France, 1969.
- CHORUS #4. "Solitude 70". Spring 1970. 60 pages/plates. Loose, as issued, under wrappers. 24.1x18.6 cm. Texts and works by A. Lance, G. Bellay, L. Pons, P. Della Faille, G. Michel, J. Douassot-F. Deux, L. Masson, A. Adamov, P. Valet, B. Gueit, P. Chartron, F. Venaille, P. Tilman. 1/90 of the deluxe edition, numbered, containing 1 original two-colors etching by Louis Pons, numbered and signed by the artist, loose. Chorus, Paris, France, 1970.
- CHORUS #5/6. 3rd 1970 quarter. 76 pages/plates. Loose, as issued, under printed wrappers. 24.1x18.6 cm. Texts and works by C. Boltanski, J.P. Le Boul'ch, J. Le Gac, A. Lance, P. Tilman, F. Venaille. 1/80 numbered copies of the deluxe edition, containing 1 original silkscreen by Arman, numbered and signed by the artist, loose. Chorus, Paris, France, 1970.
- CHORUS #7. "Terrains Vagues". 1st 1971 quarter. 72 pages (+1 loose)/plates. Loose, as issued, under printed wrappers. 24x18 cm. Texts and works by Ben, J. Tilson, G. Alexandre, J.P. Raynaud, P. Tilman, Monory, R.B. Kitaj. 1/80 numbered copies of the deluxe edition, containing 1 original work by Ben Vautier, a slate with text silkscreened in white ink: "<-23 cm->, Ben", 18x25.8 cm. Both leaflet and slate enclosed in a transparent plastic envelope, loose. Chorus, Paris, France, 1971.
- CHORUS #8/9. "Vivre". September, 1972. 110 pages/plates. Loose, as issued, under printed wrappers. 24x18 cm. Texts and works by C. Held, J. Monory, C. Boltanski, P. Tillman, J.P. Le Boul'ch, Filliou, F. Venaille, D. Biga, P. Klasen, J.C. Liaudet, J.P. Raynaud, F. Thieck, R. Esnault, R. Hamilton, G. Titus-Carmel, P. Della Faille, Cesar. 1/90 numbered copies of the deluxe edition, containing 3 original works, numbered and signed: 1 colored litho by J.P. Le Boul'ch, 1 etching by G. Titus-Carmel, 1 "crumpled paper" by Cesar in a transparent plastic envelope, each of the 3 loose. Chorus, Paris, France, 1972.
- CHORUS #10. "Avenue de Clichy". 1st 1973 quarter. 81 pages/plates. Loose, as issued, under printed wrappers. 24x18 cm. Texts and works by G. Fromanger, J. Gerz, P. Tilman, E. Pignon-Ernest, J.P. Le Boul'ch, R. Esnault, R. Creely, G. Sonnevi, C. Delmas, J. Le Gac, Sarkis. 1/120 numbered copies of the deluxe edition, containing 1 original work by J. Le Gac and one by G. Fromanger, each numbered and signed by the artist, loose. Chorus, Paris, France, 1973.
- CHORUS #11/12. "Des Sentimentaux". 2nd 1974 quarter. 127 pages/plates. Loose, as issued, under printed wrappers. 25x18.2 cm. Uncut. Texts and works by P. Tilman, Gasiorowski, Boltanski, A. Messager, U. Saba, J. Monory, J. Clair, F. Venaille, P. Morhange, L. Bernardo, L. Pons, J. Donguy, V. Lacombe, A. Laude, F. Thieck, C. Broussouloux, H. Telemaque, B. Parent-Cadere. 1/120 numbered copies of the deluxe edition, containing 3 original silkscreens by: J. Monory, C. Boltanski and H. Telemaque, each numbered and signed by the artist. J. Monory: silkscreen in bleu ink; C. Boltanski: on the same plate where is the J. Monory's work, an original b/w photo, both pasted on a carboard sheet, with text: "essai de reconstitution effectue par christian boltanski le 14 mai 1971 d'un tableau peint par jacques monory en mars 1971 d'apres des documents photographiques pris le 7 novembre au parc de saint-cloud", 34.8x34.8 cm; H. Telemaque: silscreeen in various colors. The 3 works are included in the original separate and numbered card folder. Galillee, Paris, France, 1974.
The complete series comes in 12 issues in 9 volumes. We offer here the 10 last issues (lacking #1 & #2), in 8 volumes. VG.
COBRA: REFLEX and LE SURREALISME REVOLUTIONNAIRE:
REFLEX. Orgaan van de Experimentele Groep in Holland. #1 and #2. September 1948 and February 1949. All published.
2 leaflets, 6 p.+ 4 original full page lithos each. Paper covers, stapled, 30.2x23 & 30.5x23.4 cm. # 1: original full page litho on the cover by Corneille and 4 original full page lithos inside, by Constant, Nieuwenhuis, Appel, Corneille. # 2: original full page litho on the cover by Doucet and 4 original full page lithos inside by Corneille, Brands, Nieuwenhuis, Rooskens. # 1 includes an important manifest-program on new creativity. In # 2, text by Kouwenaar on "Poetry and Reality", an essay by E. Brands, "The real popular music". All texts in Deutch. Medium/Manifest of the Experimental Dutch Group, co-founder of the Cobra group in 1948. Reflex, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1948-49. 1st edition. All published.
LE SURREALISME REVOLUTIONNAIRE #1, March-April 1948. All published.
Bimonthly. Board: ARNAUD, Noel; DOTREMONT, Christian; JORN, Asger; LORENC, Zdenek. 47 p. All texts, poems, in French. B/w reproductions. Wrappers. 27x21.5 cm. Bureau International du Surréalisme Revolutionnaire, Paris, France, 1948. 1st edition. All published.
Quoted p. 422 and reproduced in extenso in: Marien: "L'activité surréaliste en Belgique", Lebeer-Hossmann, Brussels, Belgium, 1979, p. 423-435.
DA COSTA: Le Da Costa Encyclopedique and Da Costa Le Memento Universel. c. 1947.
Magazine. Complete set of 3 issues. All published.
With two different titles: #1: "Le Da Costa Encyclopedique" and #2 & #3: "Da Costa Le Memento Universel". The serial numbers of the issues do not correspond at all to the publication: #1 is "Fascicule VII, Volume II", #2 & #3 are "Fascicule 1" and "Fascicule 2". 3 leaflets, paper covers, stapled, at two different formats: #1: 31.5x24.1 cm, # 2 & #3: 23.5x18.6 cm. This peridocial is arranged in an encyclopedia-like form, with articles under alphabetical order. #1: (32) pages (paginated 207-238, as well as the text starts in the middle of a sentence), texts in French, drawings. # 2 & #3: 16 uncut pages, texts in French, drawings. Totally anonymous (an anonymity totally wanted by the authors as a vignette-rebus on the front cover of the first issue asserts it: in fench anonymity is: "anonymat": the vignette shows a donkey, "âne", in a nest, "au nid", placed on a mast, "mât": "anne-au-nid-mât"). J. Aubier, (Paris), c. 1947. Inside condition is -Good+/VG, as the paper used for the pages and the covers (even thiner than the pages one) is of a very bad quality, as always just after World War 2. Covers have some light defects, #1 front cover is soiled and has partly faded; #2 & #3 back covers have tiny lacks. But, at the end, it is a very acceptable copy.
The origins of the Da Costa magazine only became known in 1993. At the beginning the Da Cost group was constituated by members of the Acephale group and friends, writers associated with the Surrealists. Robert Lebel, Isabelle Waldberg and Marcel Duchamp, Jean Ferry, E.L.T. Mesens, george Bataille, Anre Breton; even so, the identity of the authors of a large part of it remain unknown. Identified authors in the frist issue: Maurice Baskine, Francis Bouvet, René Chenon, Marcel Duchamp, Marcel Jean, D. Laface, Maast, Pierre Mabille, Henri Pastoureau, Cardinal de Retz, Isabelle Waldberg. Referenced in the Library of the Centre Pompidou Musee National d'Art Moderne, Paris under # RP 570
Décollage /4. Happenings. 1964.
Unpaginated. (178) pages of which many foldouts. Texts in English, German, French. B/w photos of happenings. G. Brecht, S. Brouwn (misspelled Brown), R. Barce, R. Page, S. Bonk, B. Brock, H.J. Dietrich, Al Hansen, J. Mc Low, D. Higgins, A. Kaprow, J.-J. Lebel, C. Oldenburg, N. June Paik, T. Schmit, F. Trowbridge, Vostell, J.P. Wilhelm, plus reviews + Fluxus-Events in the USA and Europe. Original pictorial wappers. 28x21.3 cm. Edited by W. Vostell, published by Typos Verlag, Frankfurt, Germany, 1967. Includes the original Brouwn multiple, a small paper bag rubberstamped in brown "use this brouwn".
Dé-coll/age 6/1967. Bulletin der Fluxus und Happening Avantgarde.
Unpaginated. (174) pages/plates. Texts in English and German. Profusely illustrated, b/w offset. Higgins, Maciunas, Rywelski, Vostell, Metzger, Knizak, Vautier, Altorjay, Hansen, Kaprow, Wilson, Hoeke, Paik, Mon, Kren, Chotjewitz, Dias, Rot, Spoerri, Moorman, Block, Mc Luhan, Lebel, Fluxus, Knowles, Wewerka, etc. Original pictorial wrappers. 29.4x21.8 cm. Edited by W. Vostell, published by Typos Verlag, Frankfurt, Germany, 1964. Includes the original work by D. Rot: "das blaue Geheul", handwritten in blue felt pen on a piece of paper, loose, and the original book red paper band.
DECORATTIVO #1, 1976 and DECORATTIVO #2, 1977. (MOROZZI, Massimo/BRANZI, Andrea/TRINI CASTELLI, Clino/COAT TURIN, Adela). All published.
DECORATTIVO 1. 1976: 112 unnumbered pages/plates (+ 1 folding plate) of b./w. and colored offset fabric patterns. Bilingual Italian-English text. Illustrated card boards. 30.8x22 cm. Edited by the Centro Design Montefibre, Milano, created by A. Branzi, M. Morozzi, C. Trini Castelli. Designers: M. Morozzi, A. Branzi, C. Castelli Trini, A. Coat Turin.
DECORATTIVO 2. 1977: 128 pages/plates with 160 colored offset fabric patterns. Bilingual Italian-English texts. Card boards + d.j. 31x22 cm. Edited by the Centro Design Montefibre, Milano, created by A. Branzi, M. Morozzi, C. Trini Castelli. Designers: M. Morozzi, A. Branzi, C. Castelli Trini with the collaboration of S. Minardi, A. Coat Turin, F. Sabini. Idea Books, Idea e, Milan, Italy, 1976. All published.
DOUBLE PAGE. Nos 1 - 6. 1976-1980. All published.
Each issue: a sheet of white heavy paper folded in two, with an original creation by an artist.
Folded: 36.5x26.5 cm.
Unspecified edition size, except for No 6, 500 unnumbered copies.
Published by Annemarie Verna, Zürich, Switzerland.
No 1, January 1976: Sol Lewitt: "The location of six geometric figures"
No 2, December 1976: Giorgio Griffa: Untitled
No 3, September 1977: Giulio Paolini: "Double Cage, 1977"
No 4, March 1979: Richard Nonas: Untitled
No 5, April 1979: Richard Tuttle: "Titel 1; Titel 2; Title 3; Title 4; Titel 5; Titel 6"
No 6, September 1980: Marco Gastini: Untitled. Inside the two pages, a pop-up.
EKSTRA BLADET #239. 1962. (FLUXUS). (MACIUNAS, George).
4 pages on newsprint. Collage of photos and news articles in Danish, German and English on the Copenhagen Fluxus Festival '63-'63. Folded in four. Unfolded: 28.7x20.9 cm. Fine.
Codex, p. 43. Silverman #543
THE FOX. 1, 2, 3. 1975-1976. All published.
The Art & Language Foundation, Inc., New York, NY. 1975-1976.
THE FOX, Volume One, Number One. 1975.
144 pages. Text in English.
Wrappers. Perfect bound.
Editors: S. Charlesworth, M. Corris, P. Heller, J. Kosuth, A. Menard and M. Ramsden.
Articles by S. Charlesworth, M. Corris, P. Heller, J. Kosuth, A. Menard, M. Ramsden, M. Baldwin, P. Pilkington, T. Hobbes, Z. Popovic, J. Tijardovic, I. Burn, A. Piper, M. Corris, D. Rushton, P. Wood, P. Heller, L. Lemaster, T. Atkinson, K. Beveridge, T. Clark, L. Nochlin.
The Art & Language Foundation, Inc., New York, NY. 1975. Edition of 3000 copies.
THE FOX, Number 2. 1975.
170 pages. Text in English.
Wrappers. Perfect bound.
Editors: M. Ramsden, S. Charlesworth, J. Kosuth, P. Heller, M. Corris, A. Menard and I. Burn.
Articles by or on: J. Berger, J. Gilbert-Rolfe, B. Marden, T. Smith, L. Borden, M. Kleinberg, A. Menard, I. Burn, B. Kurtz, R. Smithson, S. Morawski, S. Harrison, J. Toche, R. Horovitz, P. Kagawa, A. Kenney, D. Rushton P. Wood, J. Kosuth, T. Smith, A. Menard, R. White, T. Atkinson, K. Beveridge, T. Pateman.
The Art & Language Foundation, Inc., New York, NY. 1975. Edition of 5000 copies.
THE FOX, Number 3. 1976.
203 pages. Text in English.
Wrappers. Perfect bound.
Editors: Art & Language.
Articles by or on: C. Kozlov, C. Conde, A. Hay, P. Heller, J. Breakstone, S. Charlesworth, N. Lendon K. Beveridge, J. Kosuth, M. Ramsden, M. Corris, I. Burn and M. Thompson.
The Art & Language Foundation, Inc., New York, NY. 1976. Edition of 5000 copies.
FLUXUS Newspaper N°9.
JOHN YOKO & FLUX all photographs copyright nineteen seVenty by peTer MooRE. Fluxus No. 8 (sic, misnumbered, in fact, N° 9), 1970.
A large white card sheet, printed on both sides, folded in 4. Contents consist only in photographs of John Lennon and Yoko Ono by Peter Moore.
Inserted, loose, a blue-green card sheet printed on both sides in black, identifying the contents.
Edited by R. Watts.
Published by Fluxus, NY, 1970.
Silverman 592; Fluxus Codex p. 99f. (illus.); Phillpot/Hendricks 44.
GANG. Nos 1, 2, 3.
Artist magazine, "zine"
Magazine of the Brazilian Porn Art Movement by the collecitve GANG
GANG (1) "Quem Da Nossa Gang Nao Tem Medo". (September 1980)
(16+4)pp. Text in Portuguese. B./w. illustrations.
21.7 x 16.7 cm (8 9/16 x 6 9/16 in.)
Printed paper covers.
Self-published, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, (1980).
Unspecifeid edition size.
Contributions by Eduardo Kac, Kairo (Cairo Assis Trindade) and others
Includes, loose, a double page: the Manifesto Ponô (the Porn Manifesto) signed by Cairo Asssis Trindade, Euardo Kac, Mano Melo, Tanussi Cardoso, Claufe Rodrigues. This Manifesto was read in public at Cinelândia Place, Rio de Janeiro, in September 1980.
GANG 2. April 29, 1981
(16)pp. Text in Portuguese. B./w. illustrations.
22 x 16.7 cm (8 9/16 x 6 9/16 in.)
Printed paper covers.
Self-published, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1981.
Edition of 1.000 unnumbered, but probably not all actually issued.
Small ink spot on the front cover, to number "2".
Contributions by Eduardo Kac, Leila Miccolis, Cairo Assis Trindade, Bráulio Tavares, Teresa Jardim, Siegbert, Hélio Lete, and others.
GANG 3. September 1981
(16)pp. Text in Portuguese. B./w. illustrations.
22 x 16.7 cm (8 9/16 x 6 9/16 in.)
Printed paper covers.
Self-published, Rio de Janeiro, Brzail, 1981.
Unspecified edition of probably around 200.
Contributions by Eduardo Kac, Glauco Mattoso, Paulo Leminski, Cairo Assis Trindade, Teresa Jardim, Siegbert, Bráulio Tavares, Alberto Harrigan, Leila Miccolis, and others.
GRAMMATICA. Issues #1, (2), 3, 4, 5. 1964 - 1976.
GIULIANI, Alfredo, MANGANELLI, Giorgio, NOVELLI, Gastone, PERILLI, Achille (dir.).
Art & Literaure periodical.
4 issues (of 5 for a complete set, lacking n° 2), in 4 volumes. Softbound. #1, 3, 4: 30x21.5 cm, #5: 30x21 cm.
#1, November 1964, 94p.: Texts in Italian by N. BALESTRINI; A. GIULIANI; G. MANGANELLI. G. NOVELLI; A. PERILLI; A. PORTA; A. GIULANI; E. PAGLIARINI; A. SPATOLA; F. NONNIS and F. EVANGELISTI; G. NOVAK; M. FERRETTI; G. LOMBARDI; G. GUGLIELMI. Contains a folding lithograph by G. NOVELLI with a text by A. GIULANI, another litho by A. PERILLI, Achille and T. SCIALOJA on a text by PAGLIARINI, E.; Drawings by F. LIBERTUCCI, M. ASTE, C. CEGO, L. TAIUTI, P. COTANI, E. TOLVE, F. NONNIS, G. NOVAK, Giannni. Sculpture by A. and G. POMMODORO, A. PERILLI, G. NOVELLI; Music by F. EVANGELISTI.
#3, July, 1969, 89p., ill.: Texts in Italian by G. NOVELLI; T. KANTOR; A. PERILLI; F.J. KIESLER; G. SANDRI; Ad REINHARDT; E. TOLVE; A. TESTACCIO; G. TROZZI. Drawings by G. NOVELLI; T. KANTOR; P. KLOSSOWSKI; C. CEGO; A. PERILLI; F.J. KIESLER; E. SORDINI; L. TAIUTTI; C. MORALES; P. KLEER; G. SANDRI.
#4, "KOMBINAT JOEY". July, 1970, 69p., ill.: issue created collectively by S. FIORENTINO, D. GUACCERO, L. LATOUR, L. MARTINIS, R. PEDIO, A. PERILLI, C. SITTE, G. SPUTORE, G. TROZZI. Issue totally devoted to Kobinat Joey, theatral action by Andrea Barabino, Veruska Cerne, Stefano Fiorentino, Domenico Guaccero, Lucia Latour, Luciano Martinis, Svetlana Matic, Antonio Obletterm, Renato Pedio, Achille Perilli, Christine Sitte Gino Sputore Gianni Trozzi.
#5, May 1976, 111p., ill.: "Gli Scritti di Gastone NOVELLI". Presentation of the Novelli' writings under the direction of A. Perilli.
GUTAI 8. September 29, 1957. Michel Tapié: L'Aventure Informelle.
Numéro spécial sur l'Art Informel. (Issue devoted to the "Art Informel").
(cxxxviii)p. 9 color illustrations. 86 monochrome illustrations.
Bilingual Japanese/French texts on abstract art by Michel Tapié and Jiro Yoshihara.
Wrappers. Publisher's cardboard case.
Gérant: Michel Tapié, Jiro Yoshihara.
General layout: the Gutai group.
Editor: Shozo Shimamoto.
Nishinomiya, Japan, 1957.
Gutai group and European and American painters (Appel, Baj, Buri, Brown, Coetzee,
de Kooning, Dubuff et, Domoto, Falkenstein, Guiette, Imaï, Kline, Götz, Krasner, Motherwell, Siraga,
Shimamoto, Kinoshita, Kanayama, Atsuko Tanaka, Yamasaki, Yoshida, Murakami, Motonaga, Yoshihara, Uemae, Pollock, Sam Francis, Serpan, Tápies, Socu Teshigahara, Wiols, Von Frankenstein, et al).
Catalogue of the Gutai exhibition, Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris, 1999, p. 215.
IRIS TIME Unlimited. #1 (October 16 1962 ) to #46, April 1975. All published.
#1 & 45
Manager: Iris Clert. Dir.: The Brain Trust. Each issue: 4 pages, photos. Periodical of the Galerie Iris Clert, Paris, France, and, in the same time, announcements for the show and exhibition catalogues. Each: 26.1x18.4 cm. Articles by: G. Messadié, J. Alvard, P. Barillet, E. de Chapelain, Lo Duca, N. Lyon, P. Walberg, Elzine, Cl. Rivière, R. Bro, D. Chevalier, R. Pincus-Witten, R. Bordier, A. Balthazar, P. Restany, J. Paulhan, M.L de Noailles, G. Gassiot-Talabot, O. Hahn, J.J. Leveque... Exhibitions: F. Dallégret, Bro, H. Stevenson, W. Copley, Ad. Reinhardt, G. Chaissac, K. Geissler, P. Bury, P. van Hoeydonck, L. Fontana, M. Barbeau, Golub, M. van Thienen, R. Adzak, B. Vansier, R. Hains, R. Bro, Habbah, N. Uriburu, T. Hennessy, W. Balart, B. Vansier, T. Meylan, Fahri, J. Mizrahi, P. Mazery, J. Verheyen, J. Potin, F. Coloretti, G. Lauro, F. Monchatre and "Grande Quinzaine Fiscale", "Fièvre", "Les Neo-individualistes", "Special Edition for U.S.A.", "Iris Clert e il suo Stradart", "l'Art-Science"... 46 leaflets. Paris, I. Clert, 1962-1975.
INTER ART AGENTZIA 72. 2e Annuaire de l'avant-garde. Édition Européenne.
628 pages, printed one side only, presenting, in 3 parts, informations about 190 artists, 65 magazines, 73 publishers, 48 artists groups. 1 page a name. Wrappers. 29.5x20.8 cm. Each artist, magazine, publisher, artists group sent, on the publisher's demand, one page with biographical referencies, addresses and informations concerning his work. Very often, these artists have also sent an original mail art contribution. This item is as well a very complete yearbook about the european avantgarde as well as a Mail Art and Assembling piece. A fantastic amount of information and mail art pieces. Under the direction of J. Lepage. Agentzia, Paris, France, 1972. Unspecified and unnumbered edition of 400 copies. The 1st annual, 1971, has probably never existed and there never has been following issues, the publisher said. All published.
INTERFUNKTIONEN #11. 1974.
140 pages + 2 + 26 unnumbered pages printed with the D. Buren original contribution "Encre sur papiers", black stripes on white paper. Original contributions by M. Broodthaers "Avis" and "La Seance racisme Végétal", J. Immendorff, A.R. Penck, R. Jakobson, L. Weiner, M. Claura, G. Celant, D. Graham, D. Buren, B. Nauman, I. Scanga, B. Beckley. Original wrappers. 29.5x20.8 cm. B.H.D. Buchloh, Cologne, Germany, 1974.
"Racisme Végétal was published as an original contribution to the first issue of the paper for Theorical and Pratical works (Interfunktionnen N°11) in July, 1974. 50 copies, signed and numbered by the author, constitued the special edition of the magazine. Apart from these, a further 300 unsigned and unnumbered copies were published in 1974. The author did not number or sign the 50 copies".
KING KONG International. #1, June 1972; #2, July 1972. Periodico di Cultura Visive. An Electric Magazine of Visual Culture. All published.
Avantgarde architecture and art periodical.
# 1: 16 pages inclunding cover, printed in blue offset on white paper. Profusely illustrated, texts in Italian. # 2: 16 pages including cover, printed in blue and green offset. Profusely illustrated, texts in Italian, among which "Questionnario" by UFO (C. Bachi, L. Binazzi, P. Cammeo, R. Foresi, V. Maschietto): "Elementi di Prossemica Territoriale". Each: 34.6x24.7 cm. Edizioni Galleria Breton, Milan, Italy, 1972. All published.
One of the rarest pop/underground magazines.
KWY 4. Maio de 1959.
Published and edited by Lourdes Castro and René Bertholo. Entirely hand screenprinted 8 pages + covers. Paper covers. 23.9x3.,2. Paris, KWY, 1959. Original contributions by: Guy Weelen, Manuel Cargaleiro, Nuno de Bragança, René Bertholo, J.-A. Franca, Cristovam Pavia; original sreenprints by Maria Helena Vieira da Silva, Christo Gavacheff. Original screenprint in colors front cover by Manuel Cargaleiro. Edition of 100 numbered copies. This copy comes very probably from Manuel Cargaleiro: 6 original drawings by the artist have been added to it: 1 original drawing in colors, inks on white paper, signed and dated 1958 by Cargaleiro. 21x13.5 cm. 3 original drawings in black ink on white paper, each initialled or signed and dated1958 by Cagaleiro. 27x21. 2 cm orginal drawings in black ink on white paper. 21x13.5; 27x21 cm.
KWY 6. Junho 1960.
Published and edited by Lourdes Castro and René Bertholo, Jan Voss, Gonçalo Duarte, Christo, José Escada, Joao Vieira, Costa Pinheiro. 25 offset pages, including the covers. Contributions by Manuel de Castro, Sebastiao Fonseca, José Escada, Alfredo Margarido, Antonio Saura, Michel Tapié. Original screenprints by Gonçalo Duarte (2), José Escada (3), Saura (1, folded in 3). Paper covers. 25.7x17 cm. Paris, KWY, 1960. Edition of 500 copies. A leaflet, loose, of 2 stapled sheets of blue paper, comes with it. Text in French explaining the new version of KWY: offset and larger edition, and by Manuel de Castro, Sebastiao Fonseca, Alfredo Margarido, Antonio Saura, Michel Tapié.
KWY 10. (Editors: CASTRO, Lourdes; CHRISTO; VOSS Jan; BERTHOLO René). Automne (Fall) 1962.
Unpaginated. Wrappers. Front cover is an original 3-color hand silscreenprint. 30.4x20.2 cm.
Contents: Texts in French by M. Rotella, J.A. França, J.-C. Lambert, Nuno de Bragança, Pol Bury, Imre Pan, Robert Filliou; And: original full-page colored hand silkscreenprints: 2 by Peter Saul (one color), 1 by Corneille (3 colors), 1 by Loudes Castro (2 colors), 1 by Costa Pinheiro (3 colors), 2 original pieces by Robert Filliou and Rafael Soto. This copy comes with its totally scarce original band of tanslucent tracing paper printed (silkscreen) black. KWY, Paris, 1962.
Edition of 300 copies.
KWY 12. Hiver 1963.
Artist periodical/Artist postcards. Published by Lourdes Castro, Christo, Jan Voss, René Bertholo.
1 page text in French by L. Castro, 1 title page. 18 plates: 54 postcards (3 a plate), some of them silkprinted in colors, by: P. Alechinski, A. Balthazar, R. Bertholo, Q. Biasi, K.F. Brust, C. Bryen, S. Buri, P. Bury, D. Cassee, L. Castro, Colinet, Corneille, Cruz)Diez, S. Fergola, Ferro, G. Duarte, A. Greco, J. Van der Heyden, I. Bernardini, M. Minujin, A. Morain, A. Otero, Le Parc, M. Pardo, Shunk-Kender, W. Spribille, H. Télémaque, J. Voss. Card covers. 30.4x20.4 cm. Last issue of KWY, in an edition of 90 numbered copies.
MACULA #1- 6. 1976-79. All published.
6 issues in 4 volumes (#3/4; 5/6). 128+156+218+275 p., illustrations. Each volume, softcover, 29.7x21 cm. Editor: J. Clay. Articles on/by: #1: P. Mondrian, M. Bill, L. Clark, J. Clay. #2: C. Greenberg, J. Pollock, M. Barré, J. Albers, J.L. Scheffer. #3/4: "Peinture et Philosophie": M. Heiddeger, M. Shapiro, J. Derrida, W. Benjamin, J. Coplans, R. Ryman, C. Bonnefoi, K. Malevitch, Y.A. Bois. #5/6: Perspectiva/Prospettiva I: J. da Pontormo, H. Damish, J. Bouveresse, J. Ryckwert, J.L. Vilmouth. Macula, Paris, F., 1976-1979. #1 is the 2nd printing, 1978 (1976), all otther 1st edition. All published. Good+/VG.
NEON de SURO. (Tomeu Cabot, Sara Gilbert, Andreu Terrades, Steva Terrades). 1975-1980 (82).
Artist periodical. Mail art.
Founded by the Taller Lunatic avantgarde group from Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. 21 issues were published, from 1975 through 1982. Printed black offset. Each: 42.4x31 cm, 2 pages folded in two: 8 pages. Folded in four. This periodical was mailed for free ("gratuity is agression") to the addresses.
Each publication is a special issue, generally edited by one artist.
We offer the 18 first ones, by:
Sara Gibert, 1975
Steva Terrades, 1975
Damià Ferrà-Ponc, Andreu Terrades, 1976
Andreu Terrades, 1976
Bartomeu Cabot, 1976
Coll. Lectiu Paris. Neon, April 1976
Miquel Barceló i Artigues, 1976 (One of the first -if not the first- publication by Miquel Barcelo)
Joan Palou, 1976
Josep Alberti, March 1977
Neon de Suro a la Galeria MEC MEC del Borri de Ribera, collective, 1977
Mariscal, Deccember 1977
Steva und Andreu Terrades, Joan Palou, Feb. 1978
Collective, April 1978
Toni Catany, Sept. 1978
Muntadas, 11. Sept. 1978
Sara Gibert, March 1979
Bruno, February 1980
Julien Blaine, May 1980
NOVE. N°1, 1969 and N°3, 1970.
Two issues: n°1 and n°3.
N°1: 12 p., loose, inside a white card printed folder. 29.5x22 cm. Original works by Tunga, texts by Celso F. Ramos, Eduardo Priscio Paraiso Ramos, Goncalo de Barros Carvalho e Mello Mourao, Marcelo Villela de Andrade, Paulo Ramos Filho.
N°3: 18 p., loose, inside a white card printed folder. 29.5x22 cm. Original works by Tunga, texts by Celso F. Ramos, Darcilio de Paula Lima, Eduardo Priscio Paraiso Ramos, Goncalo de Barros Carvalho e Mello Mourao, Luis Paulo Eduardo Liguori Lopes, Paulo Ramos Filho.
Text in Portuguese. Edited by the writers Paulo Ramos FILHO, Gerardo Mello Mourão, Gonçalo de Mello Mourão and the artist Tunga, (Rio do Janeiro, Brazil).
Very early, if not the first, art works by Tunga.
OU. Cinquième Saison. N° 25. Special Biennale. Revue de Poésie Evolutive. 1965.
Sound poetry periodical.
Unpaginated. Uncut pages. Mostly devoted to the sound poetry sessions during the Paris Biennale. Contributions, texts or illoustrations, by François Dufrêne, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Gabriel Paris, Dora Feilane, Henri Chopin, Jean-Jacques Lévêque, Serge Béquier, Gianni Bertini, Françoise Saint-Thibaut, Laura Sheleen, John Giorno, Brion Gysin, Bernard Heidsieck, Les Aëlys, Paul Armand Gette, Jean-Clarence Lambert, Alain Jouffroy, Rodolfo Krasno.
Original publisher's wrappers. Sewn. 27x26 cm.
Includes an original work by IHF, Love.
Edition of 500, handnumbered.
OU. Cinquième Saison. N° 33. Revue de Poésie Evolutive. 1967-68.
Sound poetry periodical.
36 uncut pages.
Texts in French by Pierre Albert-Briot "La Grande Vie"; Jean-Claude Moineau "Manifeste Significations", in English and French by Henri Chopin "An Open Letter to Aphonic Musicians/Lettre Ouverte aux Musiciens Aphones".
Original publisher's wrappers. 19x19.5 cm.
Original front cover illustration: Pierre Aubertin.
Vinyl 33 1/3 rpm record, diameter 17.5 cm, inserted inside the front cover.
Tracking list: A1: Bernard Heidsieck: Quel âge avez-vous?; A2: François Dufrêne: Dédié à Henri Chopin; B1: Gil J. Wolman: La mémoire; B2: Henri Chopin: Le Ventre de Bertini.
Edition of 1,000, handnumbered.
The last issue published in France.
(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 38-39. 1971.
Sound poetry periodical.
Gatefold edition supported by two 15.5 cm pieces of wood. 27x26 cm.
Handnumebred info sheet;
Color poster "Is a Virus perhaps simply very small Unit by H. Chopin, after a text by W. Burroughs;
Print at record sleeve format (25.4x25.4 cm) by M. Marien: Le Temps des Equivoques;
Sheet of white paper printed black: Concert Music 6 by R. Orton,
One-color print by Cozette de Chamois;
Print by H. Chopin, Rire sur le Vieux Monde;
Two-color print by H. Chopin after M. Janco;
Two-color print by M. Cahn and H. Chopin;
Print at record sleeve format (25.4x25.4 cm), Le Phénomène Jef Golyscheff, text by R. Hausmann and drawing by J. Golyscheff and H. Chopin;
Print at record sleeve format (25.4x25.4 cm), card sculpture by Hansjörg Gisiger, signed in black pencil;
Print, Phases, by H. Chopin.
Print at record sleeve format (25.4x25.4 cm), reproducing a record side, bleu silkprint , anonymous, by J. Degottex.
Vinyl 33 1/3 record, diameter 25 cm. Traking list: A1: H. Chopin: Le Rire est Debout; A2: Bengt Emil Johnson: (Among) II; B1: Sten Hanson: a) Revolution, b) Railraod Poem; B2: Jacques Bekaert: The Day After, 1969.
Gatefold covers silkprints: Mr Ugly (Richard Nixon); My Computer Poem: Murders in Jordania, by H. Chopin.
Edition of 500, handnumbered.
Third issue published in England.
(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 40-41. March 1972.
Sound poetry periodical.
Front cover Back cover by H. Gisiger
Gatefold edition supported by two 15.5 cm pieces of wood. 27x26 cm.
Print, double page, by François Norguet;
Print, anonymous, by Jochen Gerz;
Print by Fransciska Themerson;
Print by Cosette de Chamoy;
Print, Sculptures by Alice Hutchins, La Rieuse Magnétique;
Print by Joseph Lacasse, Bien après Poliakoff - Much after Poliakoff came;
Vinyl 33 1/3 record, diameter 25 cm. Traking list: A1: J.A. Da Silva: For H.C.; A2: William Burroughs: Valentine Day; B1: Brion Gysin: Poems; B2: Bernard Heidsieck: Passe-Partout n°4; B3: Henri Chopin, voice Denis Chopin: Le Soleil est Mécanique.
Mounted on the gatefold back cover: thermoformed plastic sculpture; "Portrait of Ernest" by Hansjörg Gisiger.
Edition of 500, handnumbered.
Fourth issue published in England.
(OU. Cinquième Saison) Review OU. N° 42-43-44. 1973.
Sound poetry periodical.
Gatefold edition supported by two 15.5 cm pieces of wood. 27x26 cm.
Text in English by Tom Phillips;
Print by Marcel Janco;
Print by Richad Aaron;
Print by Arrigo Lora Totino
Print (rubber stamp) by L'Association;
Collage by Nicholas Zurbrugg, Autumn Trouvé, hand signed in black pencil;
Print (2 sheets) by Michel Corfou;
Two-color print by Henri Maccheroni;
Visual pooem by Arrigo Lora Totino, A Luc Peire;
Print, The Gate House Dream, by Jo Verbrugghen;
Stapled pages of text in boyythh French and Englis by Henri Chopin, Il Faut Bien Rire Un Peu;
Vinyl 33 1/3 record, diameter 25 cm. Traking list: A1: William Burroughs, Reading; A2: Ake Hodell, Numro Ba Besch; B1: Ch. Amirkhanian, Each; B2: Ladislav Novak, Two Pooems; B3: Arthur Rimbaud, Le Vrai Sonnet des Voyelles; B4: Henri Chopin, Les Mandibules du Déjeuner sur l'Herbe.
Gatefold covers silkprint: Axel Knipschild.
Edition of 500, handnumbered.
Final issue of this periodical.
PARKETT. n° 1 to n° 49 . 1984-1997.
Magazine of contemporary art.
A complete run, from n° 1 (1984) to n° 49 (1997) of this triannual magazine of contemporary art.
49 issues in 48 volumes (40-41 double issue).
Parkett Verlag Ltd, Zurich. Dir.: Brice Curiger. Parkett, Zürich, Switzerland, 1984-1997.
Of these 49 issues, 34 (35,n° 40-41, double issue) are now out-of-print:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40-41, 45.
Each issue, softbound, 25.5x21 cm, contains approximatly 200 pages of two-language German-English texts and reproductions of art works.
Each issue presents the artistic current events, and focuses generally on one artist who has given, as a contribution, an original work inserted in the volume:
1: E. Cucchi; 2: S. Polke; 3: M. Disler; 4: M. Oppenheim; 5: E. Fischl; 6: J. Kounellis; 7: B. Marden, insert: J. Baldessari; 8: M. Raetz, insert: R. Mappelthorpe; 9: F. Clemente, insert: Ed. Ruscha; 10: B. Nauman, insert: A.R. Penk; 11: G. Baselitz, insert: B. Kruger; 12: A. Warhol, insert: G. Förg; 13: R. Horn, insert: S. Polke; 14: Gilbert & George, insert: R. Trockel; 15: M. Merz, insert: General Idea; 16: R. Wilson, insert: S. Levine; 17: P. Fischli/D. Weiss, insert: L. Bourgeois; 18: Ed Ruscha, insert: B. Webb; 19: J. Koons/M. Kippenberger, insert: A. Stalder; 20: T. Rollins+K.O.S., insert: A. Gursky; 21: A. Katz, insert: W. Wegman; 22: C. Boltanski/J. Wall, insert: C. Wool; 23: R. Artschwager, insert: D. Byrne; 24: Alighero e Boetti, insert: C. Sherman; 25: K. Fritsch/J. Turrell, insert: B. Streuli; 26: G. Förg/P. Taaffe, insert: P. Greenaway; 27: L. Bourgeois/R. Gober, insert: E. Caramele; 28: F. Gertsch/T. Ruff, insert: L. Larner; 29: J. Baldessari/C. Sherman, insert: N. Toroni; 30: S. Polke, insert: G. Ligon; 31: D. Hammons/M. Kelley, insert: C. Höfer; 32: I. Knoebel/S. Levine, insert: D. Hirst; 33: R. Trockel/C. Wool, insert: A. Schiess (+dust jacket, design R. Trockel and C. Wool); 34: I. Kabakov/R. Prince, insert: T. Miyajima; 35: G. Richter, insert: B. Bloom; 36: S. Calle/S. Balkenhol, insert: R. Burton; 37: C. Ray/F. West, insert: P. Rist; 38: R. Bleckner/M. Dumas, insert: R. Molacek; 39: F. Gonzales-Torres/W. Laib, insert: R. Horn; 40-41: 10 years of Parkett & Index; 42: L Weiner/R. Whiteread, insert: N. Goldin; 43: S. Rothenberg/J. Munoz, insert R. Smithson; 44: V. Celmins/A. Gursky/R. Tiravanija, insert: H. Danuser; 45: M. Barney/S. Lucas/R. Signer, insert: E. Puckette; 46: R. Arstchwager/H. sugimoto, insert: C. Noland; 47: R. Pettibon/T. Schütte/T. Oursler, insert: Z. Leonard, C. Dunye; 48: G. Hume/G. Orozco/P. Rist, insert: R. Burckhardt; 49: D. Gordon/J. Wall/L. Anderson, insert : S. Bächli. Parkett, Zürich, Switzerland, 1984-1997.
PIANETA FRESCO #1. December 1967. PIANETA FRESO #2/3. Equinozio invernale 1968. All published.
Art and architecture avantgarde periodical.(SOTTSASS, Ettore Jr/PETTENA, Gianni/ ARCHIZOOM Associati).
#1: Unpaginated. Profusely illustrated, b/w and in colors. Texts printed in various colors, on papers of different colors. Texts in Italian and English, drawings and photos by P. & M. Vignozzi, M. Sumbulovich, G. Saporano, G. Tavaglione, E. Sottsass Jr., P. Marcenaro, A. D'Anna, P. Ranchetti, R. Pieraccini, T. Trini, T. Frerrari, G. Putelli, L. Marzot. Directed by E. Sottsass Jr. and F. Pivano. "Direttore responsabile: F. Pivano; Direttore irresponsabile: A. Ginsberg; Capo dei Giardini: E. Sottsass jr". Esecutori insosttuibili: G. Lana, R. Pieraccini, W. De Nardis. Collaborators: V. Di Russo, P. Ranchetti, A. D'Anna, P. Franzosi, M. Silvera, M. Sumbulovich, G. Putelli, R. Fresci, G. Saponaro, Archizoom, G. Pettena, A. Pezzana, P. Gilardi, P. Simonelli, M. Peroni, A. Piromalli. EAST 128, Milan, Italy, 1967.
#2/3: Unpaginated. Profusely illustrated, b/w and in colors. Texts printed in various colors, on papers of different colors, by A. Ginsberg, F. Pivano, T. Leary and R. Metzner, G. Grimm, L. Ferlinghetti, G. Milano, R. Sanesi, G. Saponaro, P. Ranchetti, M. Sumbulovich, P.P. Pistoletto, Archizoom ("Teatro Impossibile", with drawings), S. Lacy, C. Oliva, L. Boneschi, B. Miles, G. Andrews, R. Angolani, P. Gilardi, P. Franzosi, G. Battiato, J. Mekas, T. Trini, V. de Morais, F. Perego, W. Blake, M. Silvera, A. Watts/T. Leary/Snyder, W. Burroughs and others. Graphic contributions in colors by R. Pieraccini, Fabrizio, E. Sottsass Jr. (photos for the G. Snyder's text) G. Berengo-Gardin, M. Sumbulovich, G. Tavaglione, P. Ranchetti, G. Putelli, C. Thompson, Archizoom, S. Lacy, P. Pasciolla, P. Franzosi, R. Grippa, G. Pettena. Original wrappers. 28x21.7 cm. Directed by E. Sottsass Jr. and F. Pivano. "Direttore responsabile: F. Pivano; Direttore irresponsabile: A. Ginsberg; Capo dei Giardini: E. Sottsass jr". Texts in italian by G. Lana, R. Pieraccini, W. De Nardis. Collaborators: V. Di Russo, P. Ranchetti, A. D'Anna, P. Franzosi, G. Putelli, M. Silvera, G. Saponaro, M. Sumbulovich, G. Pettena, A. Pezzana, M. Petroni, Archizoom, L. Malli, D. Pera, P. Pasciolla. This double issue # 2/3 is the last one published. EAST 128, Milan, Italy, 1968. All published.
Archizoom: "Teatro impossibile", in P. Navone & B. Orlandoni: Architettura radicale, p. 175.
Artist periodical, edited by Agnes B and H.U. Obrist. Paris, 1997 -
#2, October 1997. Gilbert & George. Exhibition Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Two double pages. Printed offset in colors. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
#5, April 1998. MESSAGER, Annette: Ce n'est pas au vieux singe qu'on apprend à faire la grimace. Don't teach your grandmother how to suck eggs. Two double pages. Printed offset in colors. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
#11, March 1999. FELDMANN, Hans-Peter: Untitled. Two double pages of full-page b/w photos. Printed offset. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
#12, March 1999. KORINE Harmony: Untitled. Two double pages. Printed b/w offset. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
#13, June 1995. NEGRI Toni/OHANENNESSIAN: La guerre c'est entre la météo et la publicité. Two double pages. Printed b/w offset. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
#14, September 1999. BOURGEOIS, Louise: Untitled. Two double pages of full-page b/w photos. Printed offset. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
#15, February 2000. HORN, Roni: Untitled. Two double pages of full-page colored photos. Printed offset. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
#16, May 2000. BILLINGHAM, Richard: Untitled. Two double pages full-page colored photos. Printed offset. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine. Point d'Ironie, Paris, 2000.
#18, July 2000. TROKEL, Rosemarie: Untitled. Two double pages of full-page colored photos. Printed offset. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
#22, September 2001. GILBERT & GEORGE: The Art of Gilbert & George, Athina 2001. Two double pages. Printed offset in colors. Loose as issued. 43x31.6 cm. Fine.
Progettare IMPIÙ. Per un comportamento creativo nei processi di riappropriazione dell'am-biante. Anno 1: nos 1, 3-4, 5-6, 7. Anno 2: nos 8, 9, 10. 1973-1975.
Avantgarde art, architecture and design periodical.
9 issues/7volumes. 86+174+171+47+42+42 +40p. Bilingual Italian-English texts (#1 to 5-6), then in Italian only, profusely illustrated. Softcover. 28x21 cm. Jabik, then Jabik & Colophon, Milan,1973-1975. Dir.: F. De Angeli, U. La Pietra. Bimonthly.
The 10 first issues (lacking #2) of this periodical , 9 issues in 7 volumes.
#1: "L'uso dell'ogggeto": U. La Pietra, A. De Angelis, Gruppo RNF (Salocci, Ferrari, Carrega). #3-4: "La lettura di una tipologia urbana": A. Raffo, V. Ferrari, U. La Pietra, V. Vercelloni, Brayda, Jacci, Trotto, Milani, Iacini, F. Vida, G. Pettena, Gruppo Ferrari-La Pietra-Pettena-Vida. #5-6: "La guida alternativa alla città di Milano": D. Mosconi, Gruppo Libidarch, U. La Pietra, A. Mendini, L. Patella, E. Schober, P. Rizzatto, V. Vercelloni, Studio IF, G. Fonio, V. Ferrari, Cooperativa F. Parenti-G. Valle, Cooperativa F. Parenti-G. Valle, A. Branzi, M. Poggi, F. Burkhardt, F. Vaccari, E. Sottsass Jr... #7: "Documenti e Ricerche": Street Farm, Salz der Erde, U. La Pietra, R. Kriesche, Coop Himelblau, Galleria grada Zagreba, E.L. Francalanci, N. Ciardi, L. Centi, J. de Sanna, P. Paolillo, A. Altamira, A. Cortesi, R. Perrotta... #8: M. Balet, F. Forest, Gruppo Libidarch, F. Summa, Gruppo Labirinto, P. Ghilardi, G. Dorflès, Global Tools... #9: B. Tschumi, S. de Alexandris, F. Vaccari, U. La Pitra, A.B. Oliva, J. Glusberg, Cooperative Himmelblau... #10 Gruppo Cavart, U. La Pietra, C. Genzi ...
(SITUTIONISM) INTERNATIONALE SITUATIONNISTE. Bulletin central édité par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste. #1-12. All published. Paris, June, 1958 - September, 1969.
Complete set of 12 issues of the situationist goup's medium. Each volume comes in original stapled glossy card covers, each in a different color, 24x16 cm. All issues in 1st edition, except #2, in 2nd edition (as almost always). Director: Guy Debord. Contributors: Mohamed Dahou, Asger Jorn, Gius, Pino-Gallizio, M. Wyckaert, H. Sturm, Kotanyi, Lausen, R. Vaneigem, Trocchi, Théo-Frey, Michèle Bernstein, Constant, a.o.
(SITUTIONISM) INTERNATIONALE SITUATIONNISTE. Bulletin central édité par les sections de l'Internationale Situationniste. #1-10 & 12 (lacking #11). Paris, June, 1958 - September, 1969.
11 of the 12 issues (11 volumes) of the situationist group's medium. Each volume comes in original stapled glossy card covers, ieach in a different color, 24x16 cm. Director: Guy Debord. Contributors: Mohamed Dahou, Asger Jorn, Gius, Pino-Gallizio, M. Wyckaert, H. Sturm, Kotanyi, Lausen, R. Vaneigem, Trocchi, Théo-Frey, Michèle Bernstein, Constant, a.o.
(SITUATIONISM) The Situationist Times, International Edition. #1 through 6. 1962-1964. All published.
Complete run of six issues edited and published by Jacqueline de Jong between May 1962 and December 1964 in Hengelo (The Nederlands), Copenhagen (Denmark) and Paris (France) in editions of between 1,000-2,000.
Contributions by: Theo Wolvecamp, de Jong, Armando, J. Prévert, M. Bucaille, Vanderkam, the Art Group Spur, F. Dufrêne, de Boer, Edle Hansen, Singer, Gordon Fazarkely, M. Bucaille, G. Hay, Asger Jorn, P. Schat, Noel Arnaud, Pierre Alechinsky, Boris Vian and many others. #1. May 1962. Printed in Paris and Hengelo in 1000 copies (+ 90 deluxe). Unpaginated. Original pictorial wrappers. 28x22.2 cm. #2. Unpaginated. Original pictorial wrappers. 30x22.8 cm. #3. "International British Edition". January 1963. Printed in Hengelo in 1000 copies. 96p. Original pictorial wrappers. 27.7x22 cm. #4. ("Labyrynths issue) October 1963. Printed in Copenhagen in 2,000 copies. 182p. Original pictorial wrappers. 27.5x21.8 cm. #5. ("Ring issue"). December 1964. Printed in Copenhagen in 1,600 copies. 220p. Original pictorial wrappers. 27.7x22 cm. #6. "International Parisian Edition". Spring Autumn 1963. Printed in Paris in 2,000 copies + 500 H.C. Unpaginated. Original pictorial wrappers. 27.4x21.5 cm. Consists in 33 original 4-color lithographs, by P. Alechinsky, R. Bertholo, G. Biasi, M. Henry, A. Jorn, P. Klasen, W. Lam, R. Matta, L. del Pezzo, A. Saura, Topor, J. Voss & als. All published.
(SURREALSIM) LES LEVRES NUES. #1 (April 1954) -12 (September 1958). All published.
Periodical. Dir. Marcel Marien.
Complete set of the medium of the Belgian section of the Surrealist movement in which participated the members of the group "L'Internationale Lettriste" (The Lettrist International group), 12 issues in 10 volumes (#10/12 triple). Wrappers. Stapled (except #10-12: perfect bound). Each 21.6x13.5 cm. Contibutions by: M. Marien, P. Nougé, A. de Rache, André Souris, Gérard Van Bruaene, L. Scutenaire, G. Debord, M. Bernstein, Gil J. Wolman, G. Senecaut, G. Debord, Le Corbusier, L. Aragon, A. Breton, L. Dohmen, J. Fillon, Ganchina, J. Graverol, etc.
TECHNE. A Projects and Process Paper. Volume 1, Number 2. November 6, 1970.
12 pp. 40.3x27.8 cm. E.A.T., New York, NY, 1970. Published by Billy Klüver. Layout by Tom Gormley. The "Pavillion" by Billy Klüver, (on the Expo '70 Osaka's Pepsi Pavilion), Fujiko Nakaya, Interview with Claes Oldenburg, 7 pages on E.A.T's work. 2nd and last number of this periodical.