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111 Dessins faits à Buchenwald 1944-1945
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111 Dessins faits à Buchenwald 1944-1945

by Taslitzky, Boris; Julien Cain [Preface]

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Paris: La Bibliothèque Francaise, 1945. First edition. First edition. No. 491 of 510 copies on vélin pur fil de Marais from a total edition of 3200. Loose sheets as issued, 111 plates of drawings, the first 100 relating to Buchenwald, plus 6 portraits, and 5 aquarelles. Captions in French, English, and Russian. Complete with preliminary sheets, including title page, colophon, table of contents and 11 pp. preface; housed in original pictorial folding chemise. Outer chemise worn with soiling and toning, some tears and slitting to spine and edges, one folding flap detached but present. Contents Near Fine with some toning at edges. French Social Realist Boris Taslitzky's sketches of the harsh indignities of Buchenwald concentration camp, drawn on stolen paper.
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(1950s German wallpaper catalog) Sigurtin-Tapeten: Moderne Tapeten für Moderne Räume...
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(1950s German wallpaper catalog) Sigurtin-Tapeten: Moderne Tapeten für Moderne Räume (Folkwang-Tapeten)

by P. & S. International; Folkwang-Schule

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[Gummersbach], Germany: P. & S. International, 1957. Oblong 8vo., approx. 32 leaves, 16 screen printed wallpaper samples printed to verso only, with 16 facing b&w photos printed to recto only. Quarter black cloth, glazed blue, yellow, and white striped paper with title information printed in black. Very Good with a little wear to foot, corners slightly bumped, edges show minor foxing. Slipped in is a typed announcement from a local wallpaper dealer dated 1957. A selection of new wallpapers, samples are bound facing b/w photos that picture that same wallpaper installed in a room design. This line of stain-resistant, lacquer-coated wallpaper was part of the Folkwang collection that resulted from a collaboration between the Folkwang school and German firm P. & S. International, founded by Ernest Pickhardt and brothers Adolf and Rudolf Siebert in 1879. The P. & S. firm restarted wallpaper production after WWII with antiquated equipment, but within a few short years was making very hip, modern designs… Read More
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1968: A Limited Edition Calendar (Original head shop poster)
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1968: A Limited Edition Calendar (Original head shop poster)

by Hodges, David

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San Francisco: Hodges + Supera, 1967. Original approx. 15.75" x 22.3" head shop poster, a calendar for the year 1968. Printed by Double-H Press in San Francisco. About Fine with a few small tape stains and pieces of tape along margins, creasing along left margin and along bottom right margin, slight foxing, evidence of a few small stains visible on verso. Uncommon.
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80-Column Punch Cards (Signed original silkscreen print)
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80-Column Punch Cards (Signed original silkscreen print)

by Coupland, Douglas

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[np]: [No Publisher], [?]. 11" x 17" printed on plain white paper in three colors. Signed by Douglas Coupland on the bottom right margin in ink in center of artist's inkless emboss. Housed in unlabeled envelope. Light creasing to bottom edge of print; envelope a little more creased. An uncommon print by the Canadian writer, designer, and artist best-known for his generation-defining novel Generation X.
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Abstract Expressionism
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Abstract Expressionism

by Mitchell, Joan [Prints]; John Ashbery; Frank O'Hara; Michael Goldberg [Prints]; Kenneth Koch; Alfred Leslie [Prints]; James Schuyler; Grace Hartigan [Prints]

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New York: Tiber Press, 1960. First Edition. Fine. Complete in four folio volumes, each measuring 17½" x14¼". Each volume with three full-page color silkscreen prints and additional prints at title page and upper cover, original cloth-backed illustrated boards. First Edition. No. 47 of 200 copies. Each volume signed by the poet and artist on the limitation page. A Fine set, bright and sharp, in publisher's thick acetate jackets, housed in cloth slipcase with light shelf wear. A visionary collaboration between the leading lights of the New York School of poetry and four second generation abstract expressionist artists, produced at the height of their creative collective powers. A heady encapsulation of the New York literary and visual avant garde at the dawning of the '60s.
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Alay-Oop
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Alay-Oop

by Gropper, William

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New York: Coward, McCann, 1930. First edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition. Signed by William Gropper in black ink on title page, inscribed to former owner. Bound in publisher's orange cloth with blue lettering. Very Good, lacking dust jacket. Binding professionally repaired, now sturdy and tight. A few creased pages. Spine a bit darkened and scratched, small stain on front cover, cloth worn at edges. A circus-acrobat-themed graphic novel by a notable radical American artist and illustrator. It has been hailed by historians of the graphic novel as being one of the best early examples of the form. Especially rare signed.
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Alphabet for Adults (Georges Bataille's copy)
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Alphabet for Adults (Georges Bataille's copy)

by Ray, Man; [Georges Bataille]

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Beverly Hills: Copley Galleries, 1948. First edition. First edition. Signed by Man Ray on the title page with the inscription playing off the title, "et les enfants / Man Ray Paris-62." French philosopher Georges Bataille's copy with his ex libris on front free endpaper; inscribed in the year of his death. Bound in publisher's boards with cloth backstrip. Very Good+ with bumped corners, toning to boards. 39 illustrations from Man Ray; one of only 500 copies printed. Bataille's complex philosophical and critical oeuvre would greatly impact poststructuralist thought in the second half of the 20th century.
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Alternate cover for Women; Original painting by Charles Bukowski
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Alternate cover for Women; Original painting by Charles Bukowski

by Bukowski, Charles

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Los Angeles: [Charles Bukowski], 1978. Near Fine. An original painting on paper by Charles Bukowski of a woman and dog, created as a possible cover for his 1978 novel, Women, though ultimately another one of his paintings was chosed for the cover. Signed by Charles Bukowski as "Buk" at the bottom of the painting. 24x16 cm (9.5"x6.5); framed, with plexiglass; 28.5x23 cm (11x9"). Near Fine with possible light tanning, not examined out of frame. From the collection of John Martin, Bukowski's publisher at Black Sparrow Press.
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The American Dream (Aspen Wall Poster No. 4)
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The American Dream (Aspen Wall Poster No. 4)

by Thompson, Hunter S.; Thomas W. Benton [Artist]

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Aspen, CO: Meat Possum Press Ltd, 1970. First edition. Signed by artist Thomas W. Benton in pencil along bottom margin of poster front wrap. 4 pp. Each page measures 22″ x 14″. Very Good+ with faint vertical crease about an inch from the left edge of the front panel running throughout all pages, another light crease along upper corner, light wear. Bright, in nice shape overall. A striking poster created for gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson for his 1970 run for Pitkin County sheriff in Colorado under the banner of "freakpower." The only one of the series that fold out to be a tabloid-style paper written by Thompson. Illustrated internally from photographs including the reprint of the controversial "Jilly" nude from Evergreen Review, plus ads. Rare signed by the artist.
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Art in East Africa
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Art in East Africa

by Msangi, K. F.

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Washington, D.C.: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1972. First Edition. Near Fine. First edition. Bound in publisher's black wraps printed in gray. [16]pp. illustrated with black and white images. Near Fine with mild wear. Scarce.
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An Artist in America
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An Artist in America

by Benton, Thomas Hart

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New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1937. First edition. First edition, limited issue signed by Thomas Hart Benton on the limitation page. The so-called "Missouri Edition." xii, 276 pp. Bound in publisher's blue cloth with blindstamped front board, gilt spine lettering. Illustrated. Former owner's name on paste down, offsetting to endpapers, else Fine in Near Fine dust jacket, spine slightly sunned. An attractive signed limited edition of the acclaimed American artist's memoir.
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Aus Berlin: Neues vom Kojoten
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Aus Berlin: Neues vom Kojoten

by Beuys, Joseph

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New York: Feldman Gallery, 1979. First American Edition. Near Fine. Signed by Beuys on front free endpaper. First American edition. 141, (1) pp. Illustrated wraps. Near Fine with rubbed back wrap, light shelf wear. One of 1,000 copies.
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Basic by Isotype
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Basic by Isotype

by Neurath, Otto

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London: Kegan Paul, Trench & Trubner, 1937. First Edition. Very Good. First edition. 130, [2] pp. with fold-out chart at front. Bound in publisher's paper covered boards with green cloth backstrip, paper title label. A Very Good copy with slightly foxed and rubbed boards, small corner chip to spine label. Tiny edge tear to fold-out chart, crease along bottom right edge. A rare pictorial/verbal primer of Basic English, presenting vocabulary and simple formulations in Basic with accompanying visualizations.
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Biotherm (For Bill Berkson)
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Biotherm (For Bill Berkson)

by O'Hara, Frank; Jim Dine [Artist]; Andrew Hoyem [Introduction]; Bill Berkson

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San Francisco: Arion Press, 1990. First edition. First edition, signed by the artist, Jim Dine, on the limitation. #115 of 150 numbered copies from a total edition of 180. 44 leaves. 42 lithographs by Jim Dine. Folio. 55.7x38 cm (22" x 15"), leaves loose in red cloth portfolio box with companion essay contained in recessed pocket of portfolio's inside cover. Fine. Actor and comedian Robin Williams's copy, although unmarked. "Biotherm" is the last long poem of New York School poet Frank O'Hara, whose accidental death in 1966 at age 40 deprived America of one of its most vital and innovative poets. The poet and critic Bill Berkson, to whom the poem is addressed, provided an essay and compiled a glossary to explicate the references in the poem and to recount the circumstances of its writing.
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The Blessing Way
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The Blessing Way

by Hillerman, Tony; Ernest Franklin [Original Art]

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New York: Harper & Row, 1970. First Edition. Near Fine/Near Fine. First edition stated, first printing. Signed by Tony Hillerman on the title page, and with an original ink and colored pencil drawing by Native American artist Ernest Franklin, also signed. Bound in publisher's original purple leatherette boards over blue cloth spine lettered in red. Near Fine with a thin strip of black staining and associated sunning along top and bottom edges of book and jacket. In a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with sunning to spine, general shelf wear. Housed in publisher's blue cloth slipcase with silver stamping. Only a handful of copies of this title were illustrated by Franklin in this manner.
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Brutus Killed Caesar
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Brutus Killed Caesar

by Baldessari, John

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Akron: The Emily H. Davis Art Galley of The University of Akron, 1976. First Edition. Spiral-bound. Near Fine. First edition. Publisher's oblong spiral-bound brown stiff card wraps with titles printed in black. Near Fine with light corner wear. One of conceptual artist Baldessari's earliest works, with each page depicting three squares; on the left and right are two men in profile and facing each other, and between them is a common household item, or "murder weapon." These so-called murder weapons include items, often benign sometimes not, such as a banana peel, a brush, a drill, and matches, etc.
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Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame
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Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame

by Bukowski, Charles

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Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1974. First Edition. Hardcover. First edition. One of limited 50 numbered copies with an original painting by Charles Bukowski tipped in, signed by Bukowski on the limitation page, and hand bound by Earle Gray. Lean to spine, and light water affect to bottom edge of front pages, else Fine. In acetate jacket with one short tear near spine joint, and light rubbing. An important poetry collection of the hard-drinking L.A. poet, signed and with his original art work.
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CIOPW
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CIOPW

by Cummings, E. E.

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New York: Covici, Friede, 1931. First Edition. Near Fine. First edition, limited to 391 copies and signed on the title page by E. E. Cummings in watercolor. Bound in original burlap over boards with upper board stamped in silver. Near Fine with slight toning and soiling to cloth, short split started at the bottom of the front outer joint. Textblock edge lightly foxed and with several small stains, contents toned. Cummings considered poetry and art his twin passions, this early collection displays the later of his pursuits. The title is derived from five mediums, and his works are arranged by these subjects: Charcoal, Oil, Ink, Pencil and Watercolor.
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CIOPW
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CIOPW

by Cummings, E. E.

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New York: Covici, Friede, 1931. First Edition. Near Fine. First edition, limited to 391 copies and signed on the title page by E. E. Cummings in watercolor. A review copy with publisher's slip laid in. Bound in original burlap over boards with upper board stamped in silver. Near Fine with short splits started at the outer joint ends, pages toned. The review slip is worn on one edge, and with old dried glue there on the blank verso. Cummings considered poetry and art his twin passions, this early collection displays the later of his pursuits. The title is derived from five mediums, and his works are arranged by these subjects: Charcoal, Oil, Ink, Pencil and Watercolor.
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Andy Warhol's Index (Book)

Warhol, Andy

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