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New York Collection for Stockholm
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New York Collection for Stockholm

By HÚLTEN, Pontus and Björn Springfeldt

Stockholm: Modern Museet, 1973. Near fine in photo-illustrated wrappers with a cutout on the front cover.. First Edition. Small quarto. Excellent catalogue of New York artists organized by Billy Klüver for the Moderna Museet, Stockhlom, October 27 - December 2, 1973. Edited by Björn Springfeldt, introduction by Pontus Húlten. Text in Swedish and English. With two pages devoted to each artist, 30 in total, including Warhol, Twombly, Rosenquist, Judd, Chamberlain, Rauschenberg, Lichtenstein, LeWitt, and many other greats of American art.

$40.00

Lynn Valley: Richard Prince
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Lynn Valley: Richard Prince

By PRINCE, Richard

North Vancouver / Toronto: Presentation House Gallery / Bywater Bros. Editions, 2006. Fine in illustrated wrappers.. First Edition. Thin quarto. The first in a series of artist-designed publications, issued under the moniker Lynn Valley. Includes a selection of 46 images of Richard Prince's work, including selections from his series of biker girls, nurses, and jokes.

$25.00

Richard Prince: Canaries in the Coal Mine
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Richard Prince: Canaries in the Coal Mine

By PRINCE, Richard

Oslo: Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, 2006. A hint of shelfwear along bottom edge else fine in illustrated wrappers. Unaccountably uncommon.. Limited edition. Octavo. An edition of 1000 copies. Published in conjunction with the exhibition held at Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, January 20 - April 29, 2006. Profusely illustrated with images of Prince's work. With text by Gunnar B. Kvaran, Nate Lowman, John Kelsey, and Vincent Pécoil. With a booklet of Norwegian translations laid in.

$250.00

Pierogi Press #8 (Signed Limited Edition)
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Pierogi Press #8 (Signed Limited Edition)

By TOMASELLI, Fred. Susan J. Swenson (editor)

New York: Pierogi Press, 2002. Slight rubbing to the bottom corner of text block, else fine in side-stapled, silkscreened wrappers.. Limited edition. Octavo. SIGNED by Tomaselli and numbered 537 of an edition of 750 copies. A journal of poetry, short stories, essays, and art, with a silkscreen cover by Tomaselli.

$200.00

Waterscapes, Landscapes (Signed Deluxe Edition)
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Waterscapes, Landscapes (Signed Deluxe Edition)

By GORNIK, April and Kurt Vonnegut (introduction)

East Hampton: Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, 1999. Fine in blind-stamped cloth boards, housed in a fine slipcase.. Deluxe Edition. Small oblong quarto. An edition of 100 copies, Inscribed: "For John with admiration and affection," and SIGNED by April Gornik and Kurt Vonnegut. Published in conjunction with the exhibition Waterscapes, Landscapes at Glenn Horowitz Bookseller, East Hampton, August 7 - September 20, 1999, curated by Edsel Williams. Features 12 color plates of Gornik's paintings. With an essay by Vonnegut.

$350.00

Illumination: Watercolors
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Illumination: Watercolors

By CUTRONE, Ronnie

Milan / New York: Galleria Salvatore Ala / Tony Shafrazi, 1984. Signs of rubbing with a few creases, enamel of cover peeling slightly near the back corner; very good in illustrated wrappers.. First Edition. Square quarto. A collection of 40 illustrations, supposedly completed in 40 days. Colorful neo-pop appropriations of famous cartoon characters by a former assistant to Warhol.

$150.00

Lucas Samaras: Sketches, Drawings, Doodles, and Plans (Signed Limited Edition)
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Lucas Samaras: Sketches, Drawings, Doodles, and Plans (Signed Limited Edition)

By SAMARAS, Lucas

New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1987. Fine in cloth-covered boards; housed in a near fine slipcase with a hint of fading and fraying.. Limited edition. Quarto. SIGNED by Samaras and numbered 68 of an edition of 100 copies. A facsimile reproduction of a Samaras sketchbook, assembled from a number of different loose-leaf books for this project. Selected and edited by Constance and Jack Glenn, with an introduction by Constance Glenn.

$300.00

Witness to Her Art
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Witness to Her Art

By HOLZER, Jenny, Adrian Piper, Mona Hatoum, Cady Noland, Kara Walker, and Daniela Rossell. Rhea Anastas and Michael Brenson (editors)

Annandale-on-Hudson: Bard College, 2006. Near fine with light tapping to bottom corners of boards, a spot of rubbing to back spine head.. First Edition. Thick quarto. A study of underrepresented projects by Holzer, Piper, Hatoum, Noland, Walker, and Rossell, as well as the magazine Eau de Cologne. Profusely illustrated, with essays and interviews by Anastas, Brenson, Hamza Walker, and others.

$300.00

Pass the Bitch Chicken
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Pass the Bitch Chicken

By KORINE, Harmony and Christopher Wool

Berlin: Holzwarth Publishers, 2001. Light wear to the spine ends and covers, else near fine in printed wrappers as issued.. First Edition. Quarto. A series of grainy black-and-white reproductions of serialized abstract works on paper, the result of repeated layering, drawing, overprinting, and photocopying. Fascinating collaboration pairing two seminal figures of contemporary art and film. (Open Book 394-395).

$250.00

The East Village Scene
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The East Village Scene

By BASQUIAT, Jean-Michel, Keith Haring, David Wojnarowicz, Gretchen Bender. Janet Kardon (editor)

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1984. A few hints of rubbing to the extremities, else fine in printed wrappers.. First Edition. Square octavo. Published in conjunction with the exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pensylvania, October 12 - December 2, 1984, this catalogue is an important early document of the New York art scene that would produce some of the most influential artists of the era. Illustrated with images of work by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Gretchen Bender, Fab 5 Freddy, Futura 2000, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, David Wojnarowicz, and others. With essays by curator Janet Kardon, Irving Sandler, and Carlo McCormick.

$200.00

Top Stories #23-24: Five, An Anthology
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Top Stories #23-24: Five, An Anthology

By PRINCE, Richard, Constance DeJong, Joe Gibbons, Tama Janowitz, and Leslie Thornton

New York: Top Stories, 1986. A few faint hints of wear to the extremities, else fine in printed wrappers.. First Edition. Octavo. The combined #23-24 issues of prose periodical, Top Stories, with prose works by Prince ("Jokes"), DeJong, Gibbons, Janowitz, and Thornton.

$75.00

Man
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Man

By PRINCE, Richard

Zurich: JRP / Ringier, 2004. Fine in photo-illustrated wrappers with elongated French flaps.. First Edition. Quarto. Designed by Prince, this artist's book was published in conjunction with Prince's exhibition at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich.

$100.00

One Million Years
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One Million Years

By KAWARA, On

Tokyo: Galerie Watari, 1983. Fine in illustrated black wrappers.. First Edition. Quarto. 16pp. catalogue for an exhibition at Galerie Watari, Tokyo, 27 October - 30 November, 1983. Limited to 1500 copies. Cool two-page spread of Kawara's "One Million Years" artists' books.

$150.00

The Pope's Butler
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The Pope's Butler

By (PRINCE, Richard). JOHNSON, Howard

New York: Fulton Ryder, (2012). Fine in staple-bound illustrated wrappers.. First Edition. Small thin quarto. An edition of 300 copies. Contains an essay by Howard Johnson based on a Herald Tribune article by Paola Nuvola, relating the sexual dalliances of Pope Benedict XVI and the mysterious appearance of Christ's form on his clerical robes. Text is accompanied by Xeroxed images of said robes. Howard Johnson may or may not be a pseudonym of Richard Prince.

$75.00

Barbara Kruger: We Won't Play Nature to Your Culture (Signed)
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Barbara Kruger: We Won't Play Nature to Your Culture (Signed)

By KRUGER, Barbara

London / Basel: Institute of Contemporary Arts / Kunsthalle Basel, 1983. Near fine in photo-illustrated wrappers. Barbara Kruger rarely signs with her full name, using a stamp or her initials instead. Important early catalogue signed in full. Rare.. First Edition. Slim Quarto. SIGNED by Barbara Kruger in full over her printed name on the title page. Catalogue to accompany the artist's first European traveling exhibition, with stops in London and Basel. Filled with Kruger's trademark appropriated black and white photographs with unsettling slogans and statements in oblique futura bold.

$1250.00

Faith Ringgold, Artist, Lecturer: Resume 1971
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Faith Ringgold, Artist, Lecturer: Resume 1971

By RINGGOLD, Faith

New York: Self-published, 1971. A few faint scuff marks, else fine in illustrated, side-stapled wrappers.. First Edition. Small square quarto. 12 numbered pages, including covers. Self-published resume, including an introduction/artist's statement, experience, references, and contact information. Illustrated with 6 reproductions of the artist's work and a photograph of Ringgold.

$450.00

Paris Vogue Par David Hockney. (Signed on cover)
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Paris Vogue Par David Hockney. (Signed on cover)

By HOCKNEY, David

Paris: Les Editions Condé Nast, 1985. Light soiling and a horizontal tear to the spine paper, and a corner crease at the bottom of the front cover, else near fine in illustrated wrappers.. First Edition. Tall quarto. INSCRIBED by David Hockney on the front cover: "For Michael." Paris Vogue's issue for December 1985 - January 1986 with cover and special 40 page contribution by Hockney.

$450.00

Yayoi Kusama
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Yayoi Kusama

By KUSAMA, Yayoi

Tokyo: Sogetsu Art Museum / Committee of the Exhibition of Yayoi Kusama, 1992. A hint of wear along the bottom edges, else fine in an acetate jacket with a few tiny wrinkles. Beautiful copy.. First Edition. Quarto. Errata page laid in. Bound in a bright green fuzzy felt; silver stamped titles to front and spine. In the publisher's acetate jacket. Catalogue to accompany an important retrospective, one of a number of exhibitions in the late 1980s and early 1990s, culminating with the Japanese Pavilion at the 1993 Venice Biennale, that brought Kusama back to the international attention that has only grown to this day. A beautiful production; copies were bound in a number of jewel-toned felts. Most likely produced in small numbers and not distributed internationally, the book is uncommon.

$1500.00

In the Hood
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In the Hood

By HAMMONS, David

Springfield: Illinois State Museum, 1994. Faint creasing to the top edge, signs of rubbing to both covers, a few spots of flaking to the front, and a couple of small stains to the back, else close to near fine in photo-illustrated wrappers. Quite scarce.. First Edition. Quarto. Published in conjunction with the solo exhibition David Hammons: Hometown, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, September 11 - November 8, 1993.

$750.00

One Month Ago
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One Month Ago

By GUYTON, Wade

New York: Karma, 2014. Fine in printed wrappers, fine jacket. Still sealed in the publisher's shrinkwrap.. First Edition. Quarto. Edition of 500 copies. An artists' book of appropriated images captured by Guyton off sfcrewcut.com.tumblr on January 13, 2013.

$650.00

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