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15 Artistes Américains. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1973.

Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 56x42 cm. For the show December 1973 - January 1974. Carl Andre; Robert Indiana; Donal Judd; Ellsworth Kelly; Franz Kline; Sol LeWitt, Alexader Liberman; Agnes Martin; Louise Nevelson; Barnett Newman; Kenneth Noland; Ad Reinhardt; Mark Rothko; Leon Polk Smith; Frank Stella. A few very light foxing at the bottom. VG.

 

(ABSTRACT SCULPTURE). Premier Salon de la Sculpture Abstraite. 1954.



Exhibition poster.
Letterpress in colors on yellow paper. 54.5x36.8 cm. Show at the Galerie Denise René, Paris, December 10, 1954 - January 15, 1955. Anthoons; Arp; Béothy; Bolc; Calder; Chillida; Descombin; Franchina; Gilioli; Jacobsen; Lardera; Schnabel; Schöffer; Somaïni; Stahly. 2 pin holes in the upper corners and a small lack (2mm) at each lower corner. G+.

 

(ABSTRACT SCULPTURE). Sculptures Abstraites. 1956.



Exhibition poster.
Letterpress in colors on white paper. 54.5x36.8 cm. Show at the Galerie Denise René, Paris, April 27 - May 27, 1956. Arp; Bloc; Descombin; Gilioli; B. Hepworth; Jacobsen; Lardera; De Rivera; Schnabel; Schöffer. Fine.

 

ALECHINSKY, Pierre. Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg, Denmark. 1974.



Exhibition poster.
Lithograph in colors on white paper. 79x57 cm. For the show, September 13 - October 13, 1974. Some folds. VG.

 

AMEREIDA, Volumen primero / Claudio GIROLA. 1967.

AMEREIDA, Volumen primero Front cover Claudio Girola Drawing Claudio Girola Inscription

Front cover

Claudio Girola's drawing

 Claudio Girola's inscription


Collective poem.
Unpaginated (189 pp.). Text, poems, in Spanish, drawings, maps, sketches. Wrappers. 23.8x19.9 cm. Santiago, Chili, Editorial Cooperativa Lambda, 1967, Colleccion Poesia. First edition.

Copy given as present to Josee (LAPEYRERE: writer, psychoanalist, and artist, member of the art movement MADI) by Claudio GIROLA:
an original full-page watercolor drawing in color signed in the first blank page, and, in the half-title page, a full-page handwritten inscription in French, signed.

"
Amereida es un poema que reune en su nombre el hallazgo de América y la épica latina del piadoso Eneas escrita en la Eneida. Dos años después de la Travesía del 65 se recolectaron textos diversos, anotaciones, poemas, cartas de los primeros cronistas americanos, blancos enteros, recortes y dibujos, y se realizó un trabajo de edición del material para darle forma a un libro titulado Amereida, sin firma de autor alguno, nada numerando sus páginas y ninguna mayúscula; la primera edición reza: amereida, volumen primero, colección poesía, Santiago, Chile; Editorial Cooperativa Lambda. Inscripción Nº 33306; el libro remata antes de la página de gracia con un 15 de mayo de 1967.
La lectura del texto nos adentra indistintamente en la pregunta permanente por el ser americano a partir del reconocimiento de la aparición de América vista como un hallazgo; desde el primer poema el encuentro con lo desconocido abre la posibilidad para comenzar a pensar el nuevo mundo tal un regalo, un don; su seña: la Cruz del Sur,[1] la luz que remonta el horizonte y guía en el septentrion."
e[ad] Escuela de Arquitectura y Diseño PUCV. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso.

.......................

"Claudio Girola Iommi, escultor y artista visual. Nació en Rosario, Argentina en 1923. Falleció en Viña del Mar, Chile en 1994.
Perteneciente a una familia de connotados artistas, su formación comenzó junto a su padre quien era escultor cincelador. Estudió en Argentina en la Escuela Preparatoria de Bellas Artes Manuel Belgrano y en la Academia Nacional de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires de la que se retiró en el año 1943, tras oponerse a la educación artística imperante en ese entonces.
En 1946 presentó su primera exposición como integrante del grupo Arte Concreto junto a los artistas Alfredo Hlito y Tomás Maldonado. En 1949 viajó a Europa, residió en París y Milán donde expuso y perfeccionó sus conocimientos con el artista Georges Vatongerloo. A su regreso a Argentina expuso obras abstractas junto al grupo Artistas Modernos de Argentina.
Se radicó en Chile en 1952 y se integró como docente de la Escuela de Arquitectura de la Universidad Católica de Valparaíso.

(...)
Como parte de su significativa trayectoria en la Escuela de Arquitectura de la Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Girola inició interesantes e inéditas experiencias artísticas junto a profesores arquitectos, filósofos e intelectuales chilenos y franceses ligados a esa casa de estudios. Estas fueron denominadas "Travesías" y se basaron en el poema colectivo que titularon "Amereida". En parte, la experiencia consistió en la viajes de investigación poética sobre el urbanismo que los integrantes realizaron hacia distintos puntos de Chile y Sudamérica, y que intentaron abarcar todo el espacio geográfico. Los puntos eran demarcados por medio de hitos escultóricos emplazados por sus propios autores al alcanzar sus destinos."
(Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Artistas Plasticos Chilenos).

.......................

"Fue miembro fundador del Instituto de Arquitectura de la Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, donde enseñó por varios años. Como parte de su significativa trayectoria en la Escuela, Claudio Girola inició interesantes e inéditas experiencias artísticas junto a profesores, arquitectos, filósofos e intelectuales ligados a la universidad, Participó en la primera Travesía de Amereida (1965), viaje poético entre Tierra del Fuego y Santa Cruz de la Sierra, en Bolivia. En el viaje se recorrió el continente, celebrando actos y construyendo pequeñas obras. Participaron poetas, diseñadores, escultores, pintores y arquitectos americanos y europeos."
Plataforma Arquitectura.

 

ASSE, Geneviève: Untitled. 1970.
Print.
Screenprint in colors on white Arches paper. 73.6x51.6 cm. CNAC rubber stamp on the back. Edition of 500 numbered and signed copies. Published on the occasion of the show, 1970. Centre National d'Art Contemprain, Paris, 1970. Fine.

 

BACON, Francis. Grand Palais, Paris. 1971.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 72x43 cm. Show October 27, 1971 - January 10, 1972. Fine.

 

BAERTLING, Olle: Forme Ouverte. 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 95.5x65.4 cm. Show March, 1972. Printed by Atelier Arcay. Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1972. Light foxng in the right margin. G+.

 

BALTHUS. Nu de profil. 1983.
Advertising poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 90.4x68.4 cm. Pierre-Matisse Gallery, New York, and Nouvelles Images, Paris, 1983. Flat folds at the bottom. G+.

 

BARANOFF-ROSSINÉ, Vladimir. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris. 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Black offset on white paper. 60.3x40.1 cm. For the show December 12, 1972 - January 29, 1973. Printed by Hofer. Fine.

 

BLOC, André. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1956.



Announcement. Print.
Pochoir in colors on white paper, inside a paper folder, loose. Published as an announcement for the show, June 8 - July 2, 1956. 31.7x23.1 cm. Signed in blue ink by A. Bloc in the lower right margin. Fine.

 

BOTO, DEMARCO, LE PARC, SOBRINO, SOTO, TOMASELLO, VARDANEGA, YVARAL: 8 Artistes Cinétiques. 1960s.



Announcement. Multiple.
Kinetic sculpture. Blue and black serigrah on white paper, opening like a pop-up. Designed by Soto for the collective show directed by Galerie Denise René at the Knoll International shop, Nice, France. Opening July 10, 1960s.

 

Antonio CALDERARA: Orizonte. 1968.



Season's greetings card. Print.
Original screenprint in colors on white paper. Mounted inside a white card folder with text printed in green. Folder: 22.4x10.5 cm. Image: 14.2x7.3 cm. Signed in black pencil on the folder front cover. Calderara season's greetings card (to Marcelle Cahn). A.M. Azzoni, San Remo, Italy, 1969. Fine.

 

Antonio CALDERARA. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1971.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 95.8x67.4 cm. Show October, 1971. Printed by Atelier Arcay. Foxing and folds. Poor.

 

Antonio CALDERARA: Untitled. 1972.

Antonio CALDERARA colored silkscreen print

Print.
Colored silkprint on white heavy papeer. 23.8x16.4 cm. Artist Proof copy, inscribed by Calderara in black pencil on the back, not signed.

 

CAREAGA, Enrique; CLAISSE, Genviève; DEFERT, Maxime; ELOY, Marise; JARDEL, Bernard; MARQUETTE, Jean-Claude; MORISSON, Philippe; TUAN; YVARAL, Jean-Pierre: (Les Couleurs Harmonic75 vues par 9 Peintres). (1974).
Print.
Nine screenprints in colors on the same sheet of silvered card by Jardel; Yvaral; Defert; Claisse; Morisson; Tuan; Eloy; Careaga; Marquette. 56x56 cm. Each work is signed below the work in the lower margin and the plate is numbered "EA" (Artist Proof). Harmonic, Paris, 1974. Fine.

 

CAREAGA, Enrique; CLAISSE, Genviève; DEFERT, Maxime; ELOY, Marise; JARDEL, Bernard; MARQUETTE, Jean-Claude; MORISSON, Philippe; TUAN; YVARAL, Jean-Pierre: Les Couleurs Harmonic75 vues par 9 Peintres. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Nine cscreenprints in colors on a sheet of silvered paper with text in black by 9 artists: Jardel; Yvaral; Defert; Claisse; Morisson; Tuan; Eloy; Careaga; Marquette. 77x56 cm. For the show at Harmonic's, December 10, 1974 - January 11, 1975. VG.

 

CHARCHOUNE, Serge: Untitled. 1971.



Print.
Lithograph in colors on white Arches paper. 69.2x53 cm. CNAC rubber stamp on the back. Edition of 500 numbered and signed copies. Published on the occasion of the show, 1971. Centre National d'Art Contemprain, Paris, 1971. Fine.

 

CHILLIDA, Eduardo: Untitled. 1969.



Season's greetings card. Print.
Original black woodcut on white China paper. Loose, inside the original white paper folder with text printed in red. Folder: 17.4x25.4 cm. Inside plate: 17x24.5 cm. Image: 12x10 cm. Galerie M. & A. Maeght and Chillida season's greetings card for 1969 (to Marcelle Cahn). Galerie M. & A. Maeght, Paris, 1969. Fine.

 

CHRYSSA. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 99x64 cm. Show May - June, 1974. Printed by Silium. Fine.

 

CIESLEWICZ, Roman. Douze Ans d'Art Contemporain en France. Grand Palais, Paris. 1972.

CIESLEWICZ, Roman. Douze Ans d'Art Contemporain en France

Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 60x40 cm. For the show May 17 - September 18, 1972. Designed by R. Cieslewicz. Signed by the artist in black ink along the right edge, center. Printed by Ateliers Serg.

 

DEL SANTO, Dionisio: Permuta: LIX = 5/5. 1973.
Season's greetings card. Print.
Original screenprint in colors on white paper. Mounted inside a white card folder with text printed in green. Folder: 23.9x23.9 cm. Image: 21x21 cm. Edition of 420 copies, dated, titled, numeberd and signed in black pencil in the flower margin. Bettencourt and Del Santo season's greetings card (to Marcelle Cahn). Bettencourt Niomar M.S., 1973. Fine.

 

DEYROLLE, Jean. Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. 1975.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 69x39.5 cm. Show October 8 - November 16, 1975. Fine.

 

DIBBETS, Jan. ARC, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. 1980.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 65.1x51.1 cm. For the show April 16 - June 1, 1980. A few foxing on the top. VG.

 

DOMINIQUE (André DOMIN 1883-196- & Marcel GENEVRIERE 1885-1967): UNTITLED (Bedroom setting). 1920's.

DOMINIQUE (André DOMIN & Marcel GENEVRIERE)

Drawing.
Prepartory drawing for a bedroom setting. Gouache and India ink on tracing paper. Paper: 21x17 cm. Image: 16.5x12.5 cm. Numbered in black ink on the recto in the lower right corner. Signed in black pencil on the verso in the lower righ corner.

 

DUBUFFET, Jean. Festival d'Automne à Paris. 1970s.
Advertising poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 60.2x40.2 cm. Fine.

 

FRANCOIS, André. Prix des Graphistes, 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 58x38.7 cm. For the graphic designers prize, awarded by the Association des Compagnons de Lure, at the Scriptorium, Toulouse. Mecanorma, 1972. Fine.

 

Peter FREUDENTHAL: New York 10 Serigraphs.

Peter Freudenthal Galerie Denise René N.Y.C.

Print.
Colored silkprint on white heavy paper. 21x29.8 cm. Edition of 200 numbered copies. (Galerie Denise René, NY, n.d.). After the exhibition poster.

 

FRUHTRUNK, Günter: Untitled. 1970.
Print.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 40.8x40.6 cm. Published on the occasion of the show, January - February, 1970. Edition of 500 numbered copies. ARC rubber stamp on the back with printed signature and number by hand. ARC, Musée d'Art Moderne, 1970. A few rubbing. VG.

 

FRUHTRUNK, Günter: Untitled. 1970s.



Print.
Screenprint in colors (black, green, red and blue) on white card. 70x48.2 cm. Signed in black pencil on the back. (Art Conseil, Paris, 1970s). Fine.

 

FRUHTRUNK, Günter: Untitled. 1970s.
Print.
Screenprint in colors (yellow, blue, black) on white card. 70x50.5 cm. Signed in black pencil on the back. (Art Conseil, Paris, 1970s). Fine.

 

FRUHTRUNK, Günter: Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 55.1x38 cm. Show October 1974. Fine.

 

GÄFGEN, Wolfgang: Untitled. 1970s.
Print.
Engraving in colors on white BFK Rives paper. 50x65.7 cm. Edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed in black pencil in the lower margin. Fine.

 

GERSTNER, Karl: Color Sound 7. Extra Version and Intro Version. 1972.



Two exhibition catalogues.
Each: Unpaginated "relief-catalogue" with a transparent rhodoid front cover. A T-like shape window, die-cut, in the middle of each sheet of paper, accompanying a degraded of colors till the last page. Commentary in English by Prof. Dr. Max Lüscher. 26x21 cm. Galerie Denise René, Düsseldorf, 1972.

 

GERSTNER, Karl: Color Sound 15. Extra Version and Intro Version. 1973.



Two exhibition catalogues.
Each: Unpaginated "relief-catalogue" with a transparent rhodoid front cover. A T-like shape window, die-cut, in the middle of each sheet of paper, accompanying a degraded of colors till the last page. Commentary in English by Prof. Dr. Max Lüscher. 26x21 cm. Galerie Denise René, New York, 1973.

 

GIACOMETTI, Alberto: Dessins. 1975.
Exhibition poster.
Gray offset on white paper. 65x42.9 cm. Show November 18, 1975 - January 31, 1976. Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, 1975. Minor bump at the upper right corner. VG.

 

GLEIZES, Albert: Retrospective. 1970s.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 62.8x46 cm. Show April 27 - July 1, 1970s. Galerie François Tournié, Paris, 1970s. Folds at the upper left corner. G.

 

GORIN, Jean: Untitled. 1969.



Print.
Silprint in colors on white Arches paper. 43.3x49.9 cm. Published on the occasion of the show at the ARC. Edition of 300 copies numbered, dated and signed in black pencil on the front side + 100 A.P. One of the 300 numbered, dated and signed. ARC rubber stamp on the back. Centre National d'Art Contemporain, Paris, 1969. A few light foxing in the image along the right edge. VG+.

 

HANTAI, Simon: Untitled. 1970.



Print.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 76.3x56.8 cm. A.R.C. rubber stamp on the back. Edition of 1000 numbered copies. Published on the occasion of the show April 1970. A.R.C., Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1970. Fine.

 

HELION, Jean: Untitled. 70s.



Print.
Screenprint in colors on white Arches paper. 74x53.6 cm. Edition of 500 numbered and signed copies. Published on the occasion of the show, 1970s. (Centre National d'Art Contemprain, Paris, 1970s). Fine.

 

HEURTAUX, André. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 100x64.5 cm. Show January, 1972. Printed by Atelier Arcay. Bump at the bottom kleft and a few light foxing.

 

HINMAN, Charles. Galerie Denise René, New York. 1972.



Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 96x60.4 cm. Show March, 1972. Printed by Atelier Arcay. Fine.

 

HINMAN, Charles. Galerie Denise René, New York. 1973.



Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 98.3x63.7 cm. Show October - November, 1973. Printed by Silium. Fine.

 

HOCKNEY, David. Dessins et Gravures. 1970s.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors. 65x42.9 cm. Show April 15 - May 24, 1970s. Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, 70s. Fine.

 

HONEGGER, Gottfried. Galerie Denise René, New York. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 86.2x64.3 cm. Show March, 1974. Printed by Atelier Arcay. Some foxing. G+.

 

INTERVENTIONS. 1. Agitation 2. Lumière 3. Manifestations 4. Monuments 5. Attitudes. TATLIN, KOWALSKI, TINGUELY, CHRISTO, RAYNAUD, LOUW. 1969.



Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on gray paper. Printed on both sides. 64x47 cm. For the show December 16, 1969 - January 12, 1970. Centre National d'Art Contemprain, Paris, 1970. Flat fold at the upper right corner and lower left coner bumped, still VG.

 

KALINOWSKI, Horst Egon: Introspection. 1969.
Print.
Screenprint in colors on white Arches paper. 69x56.5 cm. CNAC rubber stamp on the back. Edition of 150 numbered, titled and signed copies. Published on the occasion of the show, 1969. Centre National d'Art Contemprain, Paris, 1969. Some foxing in the top and left margins, upper right corner bumped. VG.

 

KELLY, Ellsworth. Galerie Maeght, Paris. 1970s.



Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 66.1x51.1 cm. For the show, 1970s. A flat fold at the bottom. VG+.

 

KERMARREC, Joël: Untitled. 1973.
Print.
Screenprint in colors and offset on white paper. Edition of 200 numbered, dated and signed copies. Foxing on the lower part. Fair.

 

LICHTENSTEIN, Roy: Dessins. 1975.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. Picture "Knock Knock", after the R.L.'s original work, printed black, text in red. 70.7x50.2 cm. Show January 11 - February 16, 1975. Centre National d'Art Contemprain, Paris, 1975. Light foxing at the top.

 

LINDNER, Richard. Musée National d'Art Moderne. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 60.3x40.2 cm. Show January 5 - March 3, 1974. Horizontal short tear and a flat fold, on the left margin.

 

LINDNER, Richard. Kunsthalle Nürnberg in der Norishalle. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 83.7x58.2 cm. Show December 14, 1974 - February 2, 1975. Fine.

 

LOHSE, Richard Paul: Untitled. 1970s.



Print.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 49.7x59.9 cm. Printed signature on the front side in the lower right margin. VG/Fine.

 

LORJOU, Bernard: Untilted. 1970s.
Print.
Lithograph in colors on white paper. 58x37.7 cm. Printed signature on the front side. La Galerie rubber stamp on the back. La Galerie, Paris, no date, 1970s. Foxing on the back and flat folds. G.

 

LUGINBÜHL, Bernhard: Samlede Grafische Waerk og nye Traeskulptur & Filme. 1975.
Exhibition poster.
Black screenprint on white paper. 84.5x61.2 cm. For the show, April 26 - June 8, 1975. Louisiana, Humblebaek, Denmark, 1974. VG.

 

MACK, Heinz. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1973.
Exhibition poster.
Black offset on white paper. 60.5x43 cm. Show March 3 - April 24, 1973. Fine.

 

Maîtres de la Réalité Abstraite et Figurative. Art Conseil, Paris. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 64.7x45.1 cm. Show October - December, 1974. Reproduction of a Picasso work. Designed by J.C. Marquette. Fine.

 

MANSOUROFF, Pavel. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris. 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Black offset on white paper. 60.3x40.1 cm. For the show December 12, 1972 - January 29, 1973. Printed by Hofer. VG/Fine.

 

MARCH Group/MARCH Gallery: Involvement Show Brochure. (1961).

John LURIE March Group March Gallery N.Y.C. 1961

Artist publication.
Unpaginated (12pp.+3 pl.). Softcover, stapled bound. 35.6x21.6 cm. Texts/articles in English by Jack Kroll, Elmer Kline, Boris Lurie, Stanley Fisher, Sam Goodman, Augustus Goertz, Bill Maiville; 3 full-page illustrations by Boris Lurie (2), Sam Goodman. March Gallery, New York, NY, (1961).

 

MATISSE, Henri. Grand Palais, Paris. 1970.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 60.2x43.5 cm. Show Paris, April 22 - September 21, 1970. Printed by Silium. Fine.

 

MATTA, Roberto: Untitled. Late 1960s.



Print.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. Folded under a paper cover, loose. Unfolded: 90x130.5 cm. Published on the occasion of the show at galerie A. Iolas, Paris, 1970s. Wear at folds. G/VG.

 

MEURICE, Jean-Michel: Untitled. 1970s.
Print.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 67.1x51.2 cm. CNAC rubber stamp on the back. Edition of 500 numbered and signed copies. Published on the occasion of the show, 1970s. Centre National d'Art Contemprain, Paris, 1970s. Fine.

 

MIRO, Juan. Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg, Denmark. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 69.2x50.6 cm. Show at the Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg, Denmark, February 16 - March 24, 1974. Lower corners slightly bumped. VG.

 

MONDRIAN, Piet. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1957.



Exhibition poster.
Text in black on gray paper and a colored image on white paper, reproduction of a Mondrian's painting, mounted on the poster. Letterpress. 53x36.6 cm. Show March 8 - April 8, 1957. Fine.

 

MORISSON, Philippe. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1973.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 60x45 cm. Show April, 1973. Printed by Marquet. Fine.

 

MORRIS, Louis. Galerie André Emmerich, Zürich. 1973.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 65.7x89 cm. Show May, 1973. VG.

 

MORTENSEN, Richard: Res et Signa. 1960.



Season's greetings card. Print.
A sheet of white paper folded in two. Inside, on the left page, greetings printed text, and, on the right one, facing the left one, Screenprint in colors. Folded: 18.3x24.5 cm. Image: 14.5x18.5 cm. Edition of 225 copies, numbered and signed in black pencil in the lower margin. Galerie Denise René and Mortensen greetings card for 1960 (to Marcelle Cahn). Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1960. Fine.

 

MORTENSEN, Richard: Res et Signa. 1961.



Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 64x49.5 cm. Show February 1961. Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1961. Fine.

 

MORTENSEN, Richard / VASARELY, Victor: Six planches de sérigraphies. 1956.



Prints.
Complete album of 6 screenprints in colors on white paper: 3 by Mortensen, 3 by Vasarely. Inside the original publisher printed paper cover. Published on the occasion of the show "Mortensen-Vasarely", at Galerie Denise René, December 7, 1956 - January 7, 1957. Plates: 33x25 cm. Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1956. Printed by Atelier Arcay, Paris. Edition of 200 copies. Each plate is numbered and signed by the artist. Fine.

 

MORTENSEN, Richard: Untiltled. 1964.



Greetings card. Print.
Screenprint in colors on white paper, tipped-in a paper folder. Galerie D. René's greetings card for 1964. 27.1x25 cm. Edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed by Mortensen in the lower margin. Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1964. Fine.

 

Heinz MÜLLER-TOSA: Untitled. 1975.

Heinz MÜLLER-TOSA Print 1975

Print.
Colored silkprint on white card. 17x17 cm. Image: 12x12 cm. Edition of 100 copies. Numbered, dated 75 and signed in black pencil in the lower margin.

 

NEWMAN, Barnett. Festival d'Automne, Paris. 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Black offset on white paper. 65x49.8 cm. For the show at the Grand Palais, Paris, October 11 - December 11, 1972, as part of the Festival d'Automne. Designed by R. Cieslewicz. Printed by SERG. Fine.

 

NICHOLSON, Ben. Galerie André Emmerich, Zürich, Switzerland. 1975.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 61x42 cm. Show May 3 - June 15, 1975. Folds. G.

 

(SOTTSASS, Ettore Jr.) OLIVETTI. Formes et Recherche. 1969.



Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on black paper. 70.5x49.2 cm. For the show November 20, 1969 - January 1, 1970. Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, 1970. Designed by E. Sottsas Jr. Fine.

 

OPPENHEIM, Dennis: Recent Works. 1975.
Artist exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. Machingun Fire / Echo / Space Exhaustion / Attempt of Raise Hell / Wishing Well / Whirlpool. Folded. Unfolded: 57.2x76.2 cm. Show at John Gibson Gallery, New York, January 4 - 29, 1975. Wear at folds.

 

PALUMBO, Jacques: Untitled. 1972.
Print.
Offset. Printed black on white paper on both sides, image on one side, text on the other one. Folded four times for mailing purpose. Unfolded: 50.3x61.1 cm. Printed date "0804197219H21". Signed by hand in black pencil in the lower right margin. Stamp: "Don de l'Artiste - Artist's Donation" in the lower left margin. VG.

 

PLESSI, Fabrizio: Video Tapes et Interventions sur Video Tapes. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Black offset on white paper. 69.4x47.8 cm. Galerie Lara Vinci, Paris, 1974. For the show November 21 - December 20, 1974. Fine.

 

POLIAKOFF, Serge: Untitled. 1970.



Print.
Lithograph in colors on white Arches paper. 74.2x56.1 cm. MNAM rubber stamp on the back. Edition of 500 numbered copies. Published on the occasion of the show, September - November 1970. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris, 1970. Fine.

 

POLK SMITH, Leon: 1945-1973.



Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 113x75 cm. For the show December, 1973 - January 1974. Galerie Denise René, New York, 1973. Pale spots. VG.

 

Précurseurs de l'Art Abstrait en Pologne. Malewicz, Kobro, Streminski, Stazewski, Berlewi. 1957.
Exhibition poster.
Letterpress in colors on white card with a lithographed drawing reproduction mounted on the upper part. 54.6x36.9 cm. Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1957. Show November 22 - December 15, 1957. 1st Malevich show in Paris. Fine.

 

RABASCALL, Joan: Untitled. 1970.
Print.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 65x50 cm. Signed and dated in black pencil on the front side. Flat folds. Poor.

 

RENOUF, Edda: Dessins. 1974.
Exhibition poster. Print. Announcement.
Black and gray offset on white heavy paper. 49.1x40.2 cm. Edition of 100 copies, numbered and signed in black pencil on the front side. Poster/print for the show from March 20, 1974. Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, 1974. Fine.

 

REUTERSWÄRD, Carl Friederick. Centre National d'Art Contemporain, Paris, 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 60.6x40.1 cm. For the show November 24, 1972 - January 15, 1973. Fine.

 

RICHTER, Hans: TeleDada. 1918-1968.



Season's greetings card. Print.
2 full-page screenprints in colors, one on each of the interior pages of a sheet of white paper folded in two. Folded: 20.3x19 cm. Unfolded: 20.3x38 cm. Each image: 19x13 cm. On the front page, in blue ballpoint pen, inscription to Marcelle Cahn "Bonne et Heureuse Année De plus ça change 1971 1972 de plus c'est la même chose" with handwritten full signature. Titled, dated, left image 1918 and right one1968, and signed (initials) in the lower margin by H. Richter in blue ballpoint pen. H. Richter season's greetings card (to Marcelle Cahn).

 

SCHULZE, Bernard: Untitled. 1971.



Print.
Engraving in colors on white Arches paper. 66x50.4 cm. Edition of 200 numbered and signed copies. Published on the occasion of the show, 1971. Centre National d'Art Contemporain, Paris, 1971. Fine.

 

SEGAL, George. Museum Boymans-Van Beuningen, Rotterdam. 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 65.6x43.8 cm. For the show October 7 - December 4, 1972, as part of the Festival d'Automne. Designed by R. Cieslewicz. VG/Fine.

 

SEUPHOR, Michel: Paravent pour un Omogoussur. 1959.



Original drawing. Season's greetings card.
Black ink on white paper on the recto. On the verso, handwritten text in black ink by M. Seuphor: "Mille voeux pour mil neuf cent soixante trois avec ma très vieille et très solide amitié. Michel". Screen-like folded ("Paravent.."), each of the 4 panels features, on the recto, a full-page drawing. Each panel/drawing: 17.1x16.5 cm. Unfolded: 17.1x66.7 cm. Signed "Michel" in black ink, titled and dated in black pencil by M.S on the verso. M. Seuphor season's greetings card (to Marcelle Cahn). Fine.

 

SOBRINO, Francisco. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1971.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 94.7x64.3 cm. Show May, 1971. Printed by Atelier Arcay. VG.

 

Alfred TOLMER: Mise en page: The theory and Practice of Lay-out. 1931.



Hardcover, in publisher's decorated glossy boards. 26.5x31 cm. 60 plates, 15 hors-texte plates. Inside the publisher's art deco card slipcase. The 15 hors-texte plates show different effects that can be obtained by the use of embossed printing, collage, pochoir on ordinary paper, pochoir on silver card, hand-coloring on transparent paper backed with silver card, flocked illustrations, pochoir printing onto wood, and the different uses of matt and gloss paper. Summary text in French. London, The Studio, Ltd, 1931. 1st edition.

 

TOMASELLO, Luis R. Galerie Denise René, New York. 1973.



Exhibition poster.
Black and pink offset on white card. 66x47 cm. For the show at Galerie Denise René, New York, May , 1973. Pale foxing. VG.

 

TSAI. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1972.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white card. 95.5x65.2 cm. Show June, 1972. Printed by Marquet. VG.

 

TWOMBLY, Cy: Dessins 1954-1976.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 60x45 cm. Show June 24 - September 6, 1976. Printed by SMI. ARC2, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1976. VG.

 

VELDE, Bram van: Untitled. 1970.



Print.
Lithograph in colors on white paper. 74x43.5 cm. Published on the occasion of the show, 1970. C.N.A.C. rubber stamp on the back. Edition of 500 unnumbered copies. Signed by artist in black pencil on the front side in the lower margin. Centre National d'Art Contemprain, Paris, 1970. Fine.

 

von RINGELHEIM, Paul: Continuum. 1970.

Paul von RINGELHEIM Continuum 1970   Paul von RINGELHEIM: Mini-Multiple 7

Multiple.
Offsetlithograph. Silver ink on brown-gray translucent vinyl plate. 25x17.5 cm. "Mini Multiple 7", from the series "Mini Multiple, works of art in editions created exclusively for the ARTgallery magazine". 1970.

 

(DADAIST COLLAGE). VORDEMBERGE-GILDEWART, Friedrich and HAUSMANN, Raoul. 1923-1935.

Friedrich VORDEMBERGE-GILDEWART and Raoul HAUSMANN

Set of 11 original black and white photographs, gelatin silver prints, of Raoul Hausmann and Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart dadist collages. They come from the F. Vordemberge-Gildewart collection of photographs of artworks and had been sent by him to Herta Wescher, when she was preparing her monograph on Collage (DuMont, Cologne; Abrams, NY, 1968). Works from 1923 to 1947. Some of the photos wear on the back the name of the photographer, rubber stamped: Dieter Geissler; Hain de Bouter. All of them wear notes by F. Vordemberge-Gildewart.
Larger images (recto-verso) and complete description

 

VORDEMBERGE-GILDEWART, Friedrich: Untitled. 1958-68.

Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart

Season's greeting card.
Silkprint in colors on white paper, after a drawing by F. Vordemberge-Gildewart, created in 1858, published by his widow Leda in 1968, as a season's greeting card for 1968. From the Vordemberge-Gildewart's estate. Folded in two, forming 4 pages, print on the 2 inside. Closed: 21x15x7 cm. Open: 21x31.5 cm.

 

 

 

POSTERS. Varia.

 

Art du XX° Siècle. Fondation Peggy Guggenheim, Venise. Orangerie des Tuileries, Paris. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 60x40 cm. Show November 30, 1974 - March 3, 1975. Fine.

Bauhaus et Photographie. Rencontres Internationales de la Photograpie. 1983.
Exhibition poster.
White photogravure on black paper. 60x45 cm. For the show at Arles, Musée Reattu, July 7 - September 30, 1983 and at the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, February - March 1984. Printed by SADAG. Some rubbing, but VG.

Chasse à l'Anamorphose à travers les collections du Musée. Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris. 1976.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 80.2x60.1 cm. Show February 27 - May 9, 1976. Flat folds. G+.


DORE, Gustave. Bibiothèque Nationale, Paris. 1974.
Exhibition poster.
Brown offset on white paper. 56.2x45.3 cm. Show July - August, 1974. Flat folds and bumped corners.

Grafik Gennem 150 Âr fra Kunstakademiets Samlinger. Nordjllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg, Denmark. 1976.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper, reproducing a Toulouse-Lautrec poster. For the show February 14 - March 7, 1976. 90.8x58.3 cm. Flat folds. VG.

L'Expressionnisme Européen. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris. 1970.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 60.1x40.1 cm. Show May 27 - July, 1970. Reproduction of The Cry by E. Munch. Light foxing and a flat fold on the bottom margin.

LE CORBUSIER. Galerie Denise René, Paris. 1971.
Exhibition poster.
Black offset and screenprint in colors on white card. 100.5x69.1 cm. For the show December, 1971. Foxing. Bumped upper right corner. Fair.

Le Futurisme 1909-1916. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris. 1973.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 59.9x39.5 cm. For the show September 19 - November 19, 1973. Fine.

Le Symbolisme en Europe. Grand Palais, Paris. 1976.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 60.3x40.2 cm. Show May 22 - Juillet 19, 1976. Fine.

MAÏAKOVSKI, Vladimir. 20 Ans de Travail. 1975.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 60.1x40.1 cm. Show November 8, 1975 - January 5, 1976. Designed by R. Cieslewicz. Centre National d'Art Contemporain, Paris, 1975. Fine.

MALEVITCH, Kasimir Severinovitch. L'Oeuvre Gravé 1913 - 1930. 1976.
Exhibition poster.
Black offset on white paper. 79.7x59.6 cm. Show April 2, May 16, 1976. Printed by Les Presses Artistiques. Musée National d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1976. Fine.

MUNCH, Edvard. Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg, Denmark. 1973.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 87.9x53.4 cm. Show August 16 - October 21, 1973. Fine.

New York Dada. Duchamp - Picabia - Man Ray. 1970s.
Exhibition poster.
Brown offset on white paper. 46.4x32.5 cm. Galerie Françoise Tournié, Paris, 1970s. Fine.

VILLON, Jacques. Grand Palais, Paris. 1975.
Exhibition poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. 54.4x40.5 cm. Show October 11 - December 15, 1975. Fine.

WENDERS, Wim / RAY, Nicholas: Nick's Movie. (Lightning over Water). 1980.
Movie street poster.
Offset in colors on white paper. Folded in four. Unfolded: 160x120 cm. Fine.

Ungarsk Art Nouveau. Nordjllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg, Denmark. 1975.
Exhibition poster.
Screenprint in colors on white paper. 93x59.3 cm. For the show, May 22 - June 22, 1975. Fine.

 

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