archives Jean-Dominique CARRE Contemporary Art
avant-gardes of the sixties and seventies
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10p., ill., texts in French by Jean-Jacques Lebel, Alain Jouffroy and John Ashbery.
Folding print, reproduction of the "Blue Electric Chair".
Original illustrated white stapled wrappers.
26.5 x 18 cm.
Photographs by Shunk-Kender.
Published on the occasion of the show at Galerie I. Sonnabend, Paris, France, January-February 1964.
Fine (rust to staples).
Exhibition catalogue and announcement card.
(12)p., a one-color (blue) silkprint on offset, yellow endpapers. Text in French by O. Hahn. Wrappers.
14.5 x 14.5 cm.
Galerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, May 1965.
Includes the invitation card for the opening May 12, (1965), printed on one side in blue silkprint and on the other side in black offset flowers.
Card: small light crease to the announcement card upper right corner; Catalogue: small abrasion on and a tiny (2 mm -0.7 inc.- long) crease to the lower edge of front cover. Overall: very good+, near fine condition.
(12)p., a one-color (blue) silkprint on offset, yellow endpapers.
Text in French by O. Hahn.
14.5 x 14.5 cm.
Galerie Ileana Sonnabend, Paris, May 1965.
Andy WARHOL: Liz. Morris International, Toronto Poster. 1964.
Silkprint in colors on heavy matte white wove paper.
Image: 56 x 55.7 cm.
Sheet: 63.5 x 71 cm.
Published by the Morris International Gallery, Toronto, 1964.
Unknown edition size.
Published on the occasion of the first A. Warhol show in Canada, at the Morris International, Toronto, 15th of March - 3rd of April 1965.
Andy WARHOL: Campbell's Soup Can Shopping Bag. 1965.
Paper shopping bag, silkprint in orange, purple, blue, red.
50 x 40 cm.
Published on the occasion of the Warhol exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA., October 1966.
Andy WARHOL / Fred W. McDARRAH: Andy Warhol in Bandmaster Costume, 1967.
Black and white offset lithograph on matte paper.
After the photograph by Fred W. McDARRAH taken in St. Mark's Place, New York City, December 9, 1966.
108.5 X 75 cm.
Published by Personality Posters, NY, 1967, under the reference "169 Andy Warhol".
Rare image and poster of Andy Warhol.
Fred W. McDARRAH (1926-2007) was a famous The Village Voice staff photographer.
Andy WARHOL: The Thirteen Most Wanted Men. Police department, City of New York. Dossier N° 2357. 1967.
Exhibition catalogue/ Artist publication/ Print.
5 leaves (3p. text in French by Otto Hahn, 2p. biogr.).
1 b/w silkscreen print: offset printed photo portrait of one of the thirteen most wanted men: John Joseph H (photo by Shunk-Kender, 21 x 17 cm).
Inside a card folder, pages and print stapled to the back cover, inside.
26.5 x 18 cm.
Galerie I. Sonnabend, Paris, 1967.
Andy WARHOL/Gerard MALANGA: Screen Tests: A Diary. 1967.
54 full-page reproductions of photos: 54 subjects (17 women and 37 men) and Malanga's poetry on the opposite page of each picture. Softcover.
Andy Warhol/Gerard Malanga, Kulchur Press, NY, 1967. First edition.
Condition: The spine is taped neatly, the front cover has a series of 'dings' light creases in the surface, front corners soft/not sharp, back cover no creases across surface but one corner has been bent over at some point leaving a crease 25mm. A previous owner has erased his name from the top of one of the pages next to the title page. There is also a stain (ink?) extending 50mm along the top edge and opening edge of the pages this looks like a previous owner has marked it for identification, but the mark does not show on any of the pages when open.
Ref. "Super Warhol", Germano Celant; Published by Skira/Grimaldi Forum Monaco, 2003.
Andy WARHOL (+ Billy NAME): Andy WARHOL's CHELSEA GIRLS. c. 1967.
Press release file.
16 pages inside printed paper covers.
28 x 20 cm.
Reproduction of b/w photos and articles published in various magazines/newspapers: Brian O'Doherty (Art and Artists Feb. 1967), Charles A. Monaghan (Cavalier, May, 1967), Barbara Rose (Art Forum, April 1967), Douglas M. Davis (National Observer, Mondy, January 9, 1967), Marjorie Holt (The Cornell Daily Sun, Thursday, Dec. 15, 1966) Paul Ronder (Cinema Work Sheet, Oct. 21, 1966), Joans Mekas (The Village Voice, Sept. 29, 1966), Jack Kroll (Newsweek, Feb. 13, 1967), Richard Goldstein (New York World Journal Tribune, Nov. 13, 1966), Richard Preston (EVO, Nov. 15-Dec. 1, 1966), Mark Goldblatt (The Daily Cardinal, Saturday, Feb. 11, 1967), Eugene Schwartz (Columbia Spectator), Andrew Sarris (The Village Voice, Dec. 15, 1966), a full-page drawing by R. Cobb, advertising for the film at the Cinema Theatre, NY. On the back cover, extracts from articles in the N.Y. Times, Newsweek, World Journal Tribune, Columbia Spectator, East Village Other, Village Voice.
Includes, loose, three (3) original b/w photos, gelatine silver prints, 20. 5x 25.4 cm each, by Billy NAME, one of them with rubber stamp on the back: "CREDIT: BILLY NAME THIS PHOTOGRAPH MAY NOT BE ... ETC / FACTORY FOTO 231 EAST 47 ST. NEW YORK CITY 1001".
Pages and photos are in poor condition.
Most Wanted Men
A single card sheet folded in two.
Full-page offset printed portrait of one of the Most Wanted Men series on the last page.
22.2 x 14.6 cm.
Show at Rowan Gallery, London, March 8 28, 1968.
Andy WARHOL: Raid the Ice Box 1 with Andy Warhol. An exhibition selected from the storage vaults of the Museum of Arts, Rhode Island School of Design. 1969.
103p./pl. Texts in English by D. de Menil, D. Robbins, D. Bourdon, illustrations.
22.8 x 17.7 cm.
Show suggested by J. and D. de Menil, curated by Warhol who chose in the school collections the works to show. Providence, Rhode Island School of Design, 1969. On the occasion of the touring show: Houston, Inst. for the Fine Arts, Rice Univ., October 29, 1969 - January 4, 1970; New Orleans, The Isaac Delgado Mus., January 17 - February 15, 1970, Providence, April 23 - June 30, 1970.
Andy WARHOL. Moderna Museet. 1969.
Unpaginated. (638)p./pl. including title page and 14p. English-Swedish bilingual quotes by A. Warhol; (622)p., reproductions of A.W. works.
26.6 x 21 cm.
Conceived by Warhol, K. Koenig, P. Hulten, O. Granath. Photos by R. Burckhardt, E. Pollitzer, J.D. Schiff, S.E. Shore. Published on the occasion of the show February-March 1968. Moderna Museet, Stocholm, Sweden, 1969. 2nd printing. (1st: 1968).
Andy WARHOL: Untitled. (Cow). (1970).
Screenprint in colors on white paper featuring a cow head.
66 x 47.1 cm.
(Published on the occasion of the show, December 16, 1970 - January 14, 1971). (ARC2, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1970).
Folds to top and bottom. Some foxing on the back.
Andy WARHOL: Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (Cow). 1970.
Color silkprint illustrations, of which two full pages and a photo portrait of A. Warhol. Text in French by G. Brownstone and A. Pacquement.
Folded: 20 x 26.5 cm.
Unfolded: 120 x 26.5 cm.
Published on the occasion of the A. Warhol solo show at the MAM, Paris, Dec. 16, 1970 - Jan. 14, 1971.
Andy WARHOL. (Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris). (Brillo). (1970).
Screenprint in colors on white paper.
76 x 65.6 cm.
MAMVP black rubber stamp on the front side.
To accompany the show, December 1970 - January 1971. Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1970.
Andy WARHOL. CRONE Rainer: Andy Warhol. 1970.
331p./pl. Some 50 pages with text in German by R. Crone and some 240 plates featuring 650 reproductions of A.W. works. Filmography, biography, bibliography. Cloth +dj.
28.5 x 22.5 cm.
Verlag Gerd Hatje, Stuttgart, Germany, 1970. 1st edition.
Andy WARHOL: Flowers. II.65. 1970.
Screenprint on paper.
91.4 x 91.4 cm.
Edition of 250.
Signed in ballpoint pen and numbered with a rubber stamp on the back.
Printer: Aetna Silkscreen Products, Inc./Du Art Displays, New York.
Publisher: Factory Addition, New York, 1970.
Ref.: Andy Warhol, Catalogue raisonné of the prints, F. & S. II.65.
Andy WARHOL. John COPLANS: Andy Warhol. 1970.
160p./pl. Texts in English by J. Coplans, C. Tomkins, J. Mekas. Profusely illustrated, some colored. Filmography, bibliography. Softbound.
27.7 x 22.7 cm.
Layout: J. Coplans.
Andy WARHOL: Sérigraphies sur Papier. (after the series "Flowers"). 1970.
Seven (of eigth) offset plates. Loose as issued, in a mylar folder, including a printed sheet, list of the plates: Mona Lisa, Texan, Jackie, Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, Self-portrait, Liz as Cleopatra. Lacks the Cow Wallpaper plate.
Originally published as an element of the boxed set Artists and Photographs.
Condition: Mint/As new.
Andy WARHOL. KKM '71. 1971. (Elvis Presley).
Colored serigraph on white paper.
83.5 x 58.7 cm.
For the KKM (Kölner Kunst Markt - Cologne Art Fair - Cologne Foire d'Art), at the Kunsthalle Kunstverien Forum, October 5 - 10, 1971. KKM, Cologne, 1971.
Flat folds in the lower and upper margins.
Andy WARHOL. The Tate Gallery. 1971. (Marilyn Monroe). 1971.
Offset in colors on white paper.
76.2 x 50.9 cm.
The Tate Gallery Publications Department, 1971.
Andy WARHOL: Electric Chair. II, 81. 1971.
Screenprint on white paper.
90.2 x 121.9 cm.
Printer: Silkprint Kettner, Zurich, Switzerland.
Publisher: Bruno Bischofberger, Zurich, Switzerland.
Edition of 250, signed and dated '71 in ball-point pen and numbered with rubber stamp on the back.
Andy WARHOL: Mao Wallpaper. 1974.
Silkprint on wallpaper.
100 x 75.5 cm.
Published for the Warhol exhibition at the Musée Galliera, Paris, France, February 23rd - March 18th 1974.
Printer: Bill Miller's Wallpaper Studio, New York.
Publisher: Factory Additions, New York.
Unknown edition size of which approximately 100 signed.
Signed (lower right) and inscribed (lower left) in black felt pen.
Two parallel short (2 cm long each) light soft creases in the middle of the paper, repeated vertically every 10 cm from top to bottom, due to the rolling of the sheet at the very beginning (then it has been kept flat and framed from almost the origin), almost invisible.
On the back, a small stain (6x3 cm), invisible on the front.
Overall: Fine condition.
Schellmann II 125 A.
Kynaston McShine (ed.): "Andy Warhol: A retrospective," catalogue of the show, MoMA, New York, 1989, p. 332.
Eric Shanes: Andy Warhol, La vie et les Chefs-d'oeuvre, New York, 2004, p. 164.
David Bourdon: Andy Warhol, Flammarion, Paris, 1965, p. 319, #248.
Andy WARHOL. The American Indian Series. 1976.
Offset in colors and offsetlithograph on white paper.
12 6x 89 cm.
ACE Gallery, 1976.
Published on the occasion of the show at the FIAC, Paris, by ACE Gallery. Inscribed copy, signed in black felt pen in the image bottom.
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