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np: ., 1969. folio. [ff. 64]. 62 lithographed plates. loose as issued, but lacking the box. Limited Edition. The ultimate in sexist art, contrived copulation machines with mostly female subjects. "Tomi Ungerer's sexual contraptions are not the soft machines of mind, nor the impalpable machines of human relationship, but the self-parodying, hard mechanicals of alienated geniality. They are pictures of a dehumanized screwing (and how relevant the mechanical pun is here) that is as far from the purely animal in one direction as the most sublimated idealizations are in another." John Hollander.. Signed by Author(s). Soft cover.
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- D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB) (CA)
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- Fornicon. (essay by John Hollander)
- UNGERER, Tomi
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- np: [Rhinoceros Press, 1969].
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- AVANT-GARDE-EDITIONS&MULTIPLES UNGERER
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