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25 Stories and Storytelling Flyer (Archive from reading at The Living Theatre on February 1, 1961)

25 Stories and Storytelling Flyer (Archive from reading at The Living Theatre on February 1, 1961)

by [The Living Theatre] Spencer Holst

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New York: Self published, 1960. Archive of two pieces from one of the New York Underground's most creative and charismatic orators, Spencer Holst. Includes Holst's self-published first book, "25 Stories" (1960), and a flyer from a reading shortly after publication at The Living Theatre in New York on February 1, 1961. Holst was already a well-known and gifted speaker by the time "25 Stories" was published with the help of his wife, abstract expressionist painter Beate Wheeler. He frequently held audiences with his psychedelic and surrealistic tales and would give performances at Judith Malina and Julian Beck's The Living Theatre, selling copies of "25 Stories" at the show. Holst's work continued to fascinate audiences, and "25 Stories" was reprinted in 1993 by Station Hill Press as the better part of a career-spanning collection, "The Zebra Storyteller." Book: tall handbound perfect-bound wrappers, 4.5 x 14 inches. Spine ends chipped, cracked front hinge, dampstains and soiling, overall Good plus… Read More
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Andy's [Andy Kaufman's] Press Kit by His Mother Mrs. Stanley Kaufman (Original press kit, circa...
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Andy's [Andy Kaufman's] Press Kit by His Mother Mrs. Stanley Kaufman (Original press kit, circa 1979)

by Andy Kaufman

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N.p.: N.p., 1979. Vintage press kit for comedian and performance artist Andy Kaufman, circa 1979. Unique or nearly so. All materials housed in a manila envelope, with Andy's Press Kit by His Mother Mrs. Stanley Kaufman stamped on the front. Press kit composed of ten pieces of printed ephemera, including newspaper clippings, copies of articles and reviews, a program for Kaufman's legendary 1979 performance at Carnegie Hall, a picture of Kaufman in character as Tony Clifton, and a biography and contact information for The Love Family, the cloyingly sweet and earnest family act which opened Kaufman's Carnegie Hall show. A gathering of ephemera purportedly assembled by his mother (though it could have just as easily been done by Kaufman himself), designed to promote the performance artist at the height of his career, much of the material relating to his infamous Carnegie Hall performance. A self-described "song and dance man," Andy Kaufman came to national prominence as a guest on the inaugural… Read More
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Archive of photographs of the New York Counterculture scene, 1967 (Collection of eight original...
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Archive of photographs of the New York Counterculture scene, 1967 (Collection of eight original photographs and 3 essays from 1967)

by Jerry Bauer (photographs, essays); Andy Warhol's Factory, The Fugs, Greenwich Village, League for Spiritual Discovery "LSD" (subjects)

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1967. Archive of eight vintage borderless photographs, three typescript essays, and a carbon typescript of the first essay and first page of the second, by photographer Jerry Bauer, circa 1967, with the photographs corresponding to the topics of the essays. Bauer was an American photographer best known for his photographic portraits of writers, with his portraits of Samuel Beckett being held in particularly high regard. Much of his work resides in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery in London. The first essay, "The American Underground: Mind Expansion, A Messiah, 'Love'," is an examination of Timothy Leary and the "League for Spiritual Discovery" (LSD), a communal organization carrying out studies in the religious use of psychedelic drugs, as well as the effects of LSD. Two photographs are of the New York Millbrook estate, mentioned in the essay, one of the centers for the group, one photograph of the estate itself, and the other of two participants on the porch. Another photograph… Read More
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Archive of six original photographs of Lou Reed, circa 1975
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Archive of six original photographs of Lou Reed, circa 1975

by Lou Reed (subject); Duana LeMay (photographer)

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N.p.: N.p., 1975. Archive of six vintage black and white photographs of musician Lou Reed performing onstage-during what might be described as his "SG phase"-in 1975. With the stamp of photographer Duana LeMay to the verso. In 1975, Reed released one of his most critically acclaimed albums ("Coney Island Baby") as well as one of his most critically panned ("Metal Machine Music"), although both are now considered underrated and visionary works in his oeuvre. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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Archive of promotional materials from the Woodstock rock festival, 1969
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Archive of promotional materials from the Woodstock rock festival, 1969

by [Woodstock]

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Woodstock, NY: N.p., 1969. Archive of promotional materials from the Woodstock rock festival, including a bifold brochure advertising the festival's original dates (August 15-17) with two flyers for "Inflatatent" and the third day of the festival laid in, a small blue pin with the festival's logo designed by Arnold Skolnick, and several cards with manuscript ink annotations noting the names and contact information of festival organizers. Also included in the archive is the 1969 special issue of RAT Subterranean News which was distributed for free at the festival. Woodstock was organized by promoters Michael Lang, Artie Kornfeld, Joel Rosenman, and John P. Roberts. The festival, initially planned for August 15, 16, and 17 in Wallkill, NY, had a predicted audience of approximately 50,000 people, leaving the organizers woefully unprepared for the 400,000 attendants who showed up for the event. After protests from Wallkill town officials and several changes of venue, the festival was held in Bethel, New… Read More
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Archive of material belonging to Belgian American actress Monique van Vooren
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Archive of material belonging to Belgian American actress Monique van Vooren

by [Monique van Vooren]

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N.p.: N.p., 2000. Archive of material belonging to Belgian American actress, singer, and socialite Monique van Vooren, composed primarily of annotated sheet music from her lengthy stage career as a nightclub singer. Material dated variously between the 1950s and the 2000s, although the balance is dated from the late 1950s and 1960s. Nearly 2 linear feet of material in all. Archive contains hundreds of pages of sheet music, with over 70 distinct compositions represented, dating between 1954 and 1972, many including parts for several instruments. Most compositions are annotated in manuscript pencil and ink, often with amendments made in van Vooren's hand to adjust tempo, lyrics, pitch, etc. Also included are two books, the first being in French, inscribed by van Vooren, noting that this is the "first book [she] ever read in English". Additionally included is a small program from van Vooren's performances at the St. Regis-Sheraton in 1969. Finally, the archive includes manuscript notes in van… Read More
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Archive of 42 original vernacular photographs of the Camrod motorcycle shop, 1967
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Archive of 42 original vernacular photographs of the Camrod motorcycle shop, 1967

by [Motorcycles] [Camrod]

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N.p.: N.p., 1967. Archive consisting of 42 vintage vernacular photographs of the Camrod Corporation, a motorcycle and motor scooter dealer and repair shop in New York City. Included are 15 loose black-and-white photographs, 7 black-and-white photographs stapled to the inside of a manila folder with two business cards and a clipping of a contemporary newspaper ad, and 20 color photographs, 8 of which have manuscript annotations on the rectos or versos. Manila folder with manuscript ink annotations noting "Camrod Swap Shots" and "Dec. 1965," and business cards for Camrod and Outrider Accessories, also of New York. Several loose photographs with printed or manuscript dates of 1967. Camrod's was a long-standing dealer located in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, originally opening in the mid-1960s at 604 W 52nd St, and later moving to two other locations before closing in 2010. The photographs in the archive are from the earliest years of the shop, when riding motorcycles was still an outlaw subculture.… Read More
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Archive of seven letters from Kathy Acker to Rudolph Wurlitzer, 1976

Archive of seven letters from Kathy Acker to Rudolph Wurlitzer, 1976

by [Experimental Literature] [Correspondence] Kathy Acker, Rudolph Wurlitzer

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N.p.: N.p., 1976. Archive of six autograph letters signed and one typed letter signed from Kathy Acker to fellow experimental novelist Rudolph Wurlitzer, twenty five pages total, undated, but written during the first half of 1976 based on dates mentioned in the body of one of the letters. From the collection of Rudolph Wurlitzer, with provenance. Acker and Wurlitzer were in a relationship, begun while they were both in New York, and continuing briefly after he left the city for Nova Scotia, where he was a the time of this correspondence. Two of the letters directly address their relationship, and correspond to letters written by Wurlitzer as quoted in Chris Kraus' 2017 biography of the late writer, "After Kathy Acker." The letters offered here were not available to Kraus, something she mentions when discussing the relationship with Wurlitzer, and have never been published or previously available for sale. In addition to Acker's frank discussion of her feelings toward Wurlitzer, the letters take a… Read More
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Avant Garde magazine, Issues 3, 7, 8, 13, and 14 (Collection of five issues of the 1968-1971 art...
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Avant Garde magazine, Issues 3, 7, 8, 13, and 14 (Collection of five issues of the 1968-1971 art magazine)

by [Avant Garde] Ralph Ginzburg (editor, publisher); Herb Lubalin (art director)

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New York: Avant Garde, 1971. Collection of five issues of the seminal 1968-1971 art magazine. Represented in the set are issues 3, 7, 8, 13, and 14. "Avant Garde" magazine was founded by publisher Ralph Ginzburg and noted graphic designer Herb Lubalin in New York in 1968. The publication was the pair's third collaboration, following "Eros" magazine (1962) and "Fact" magazine (1964-1967). A provocative endeavor, "Avant Garde" used satire and caustic imagery to criticize American society and government, making liberal use of crude language and sexual imagery throughout its four year run. The periodical spanned 14 issues, ultimately folding as a result of Ginzburg losing a federal obscenity lawsuit for his prior, more openly prurient publications, and subsequently being sentenced to five years in prison. "Avant Garde" is perhaps best remembered today as the originator of the eponymous geometric, sans serif typeface, designed by Lubalin for the magazine's logo font. All five issues 11 x 11.25 inches,… Read More
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Avant-Garde Films presented by The Gryphon Film Group at the Living Theatre in New York, April...

Avant-Garde Films presented by The Gryphon Film Group at the Living Theatre in New York, April 27th, 1959

by [The Living Theatre] Stan Brakhage, Marie Menken, Willard Maas (directors)

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New York: The Living Theatre, 1959. Original poster for a night of avant-garde films hosted by the Gryphon Film Group at the Living Theatre on April 27, 1959. Filmmakers were present to introduce their works, including Stan Brakhage with his landmark short "Desistfilm" (1954). The Gryphon Film Group was founded by Marie Menken and her husband Willard Maas in the mid-1950s with the help of Charles Boultenhouse and Gregory Markopoulos. It was one of the earliest attempts, with Amos and Marcia Vogel's Cinema 16, at setting up a experimental film society in the United States. The group's primary interest was furthering the poetic and lyrical qualities of film, often focusing on the perception of corporeality, which is reflected in the films presented, both of the human form, in "Geography of the Body" (Maas, 1943), and sculpted object, "Visual Variations on Noguchi" (Menken, 1945). Poster 8.5 x 12 inches. Near Fine.
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Bike Boy (Original poster for the 1967 film)

Bike Boy (Original poster for the 1967 film)

by Andy Warhol (director, screenwriter); Joseph Spencer, Brigid Berlin, Ingrid Superstar, Viva (starring)

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New York: Andy Warhol Film, 1967. Vintage poster for the 1967 film. The film originally screened at the Hudson Theater in a 95-minute version, although this cut is considered lost. A 109-minute version would screen in 1968 as the first film shown at the New Andy Warhol Garrick Theater, renamed as such after Warhol recovered from being shot by Valerie Solanas. One of several sexploitation influenced films made by Warhol, an episodic story of a biker who has no bike, and is both eroticized by the camera and emasculated by various Warhol superstars throughout. 19 x 25 inches, rolled. Near Fine with some light soil, and an almost imperceptible professional repair to a tear at the top edge. Murphy, The Black Hole of Cinema. Warholstars.
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Blue Movie (Four original photographs from the 1969 film)
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Blue Movie (Four original photographs from the 1969 film)

by Andy Warhol (director, screenwriter); Viva, Louis Waldon (starring)

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Munich: Constantin-Film, 1969. Four vintage borderless reference photographs from the 1969 German release of the US film. With printed mimeo snipes on the verso. Andy Warhol's final film, an attempt to represent sex between a man and a woman (Warhol superstars Louis Waldon and Viva, respectively) as naturalistically as possible. A groundbreaking, influential production insofar as it was the first adult film to receive wide theatrical release in the US. Set and shot on location in New York. 7 x 5 inches. Near Fine.
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Carnival Knowledge: Original Second Coming exhibition poster, 1984

Carnival Knowledge: Original Second Coming exhibition poster, 1984

by Carnival Knowledge (art collective)

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New York: Ragged Edge Press, 1984. Vintage exhibition poster for art collective Carnival Knowledge's infamous "Second Coming" exhibition at Franklin Furnace, January 6 through February 4, 1984. Printed on the recto and verso. A month-long exhibition and series of performances, Carnival Knowledge's "Second Coming" centered around the question "Could there be a feminist porn??!," with dozens of artists and writers participating, including Kathy Acker, Ida Applebrood, Judith Berstein, Tuli Kupferberg, and Annie Sprinkle, among many others. Divided between two floors, the exhibition featured an "Adult Bookstore" on the main floor, showcasing books and printed matter and smaller art objects, and a basement gallery floor laid out as a "home," with "imaginary rooms" containing participatory sculpture, videos, and interactive games. The final performance of the exhibition, the radical and unapologetic "Deep Inside Porn Stars," featured seven sex workers reenacting a group meeting addressing various issues… Read More
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Casual Relations (Two original photographs from the 1974 film)
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Casual Relations (Two original photographs from the 1974 film)

by Mark Rappaport (director, screenwriter); Sis Smith, Julio Domínguez, Melvin Austin, Rich LaBonte (starring)

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N.p.: N.p., 1974. Two vintage reference photographs from the 1975 film. One with a printed snipe label affixed to the bottom edge of the recto. Noted independent director Mark Rappaport's first feature, an experimental film shot in pieces over eighteen months in New York. 10 x 8 inches. Near Fine.
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Chelsea Girls [The Chelsea Girls] (Original photograph of Gerard Malanga from the 1966 film)

Chelsea Girls [The Chelsea Girls] (Original photograph of Gerard Malanga from the 1966 film)

by Andy Warhol (director, screenwriter); Ronald Tavel (screenwriter); Nico, Brigid Berlin, Ondine, Gerard Malanga (starring)

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N.p.: Film-Makers' Distribution Center, 1966. Vintage studio still photograph of Gerard Malanga from the 1966 film. Disregarding formal narrative, the film follows various residents of the Chelsea Hotel in New York City during 1966, presented in a split screen with a single audio track associated with only one side of the screen. The release marked a critical moment in Andy Warhol's career, as it was the first film he directed to receive international success and distribution, or even be screened outside cine-clubs in New York City. Set and shot on location in Chelsea, New York. 8 x 10 inches. Very Good plus.
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Coney Island Baby (Original press booklet for the 1975 album)

Coney Island Baby (Original press booklet for the 1975 album)

by Lou Reed (artist); Andrew Wylie (designer); Mick Rock (photography); Lester Bangs, David Bowie, Ralph J. Gleason, John Rockwell, Andy Warhol (quotes)

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New York: N.p., 1975. Vintage press booklet for Lou Reed's 1975 album "Coney Island Baby," designed by Andrew Wylie with photographs by Mick Rock. Containing edited lyrics from the album's title track, and featuring quotes by Lester Bangs, David Bowie, Ralph J. Gleason, John Rockwell, and Andy Warhol. Rare. An unusual press booklet, befitting Reed's output of the 1970s, designed and produced in a decidedly 1970s DIY New York underground style by Andrew Wylie, who in the 1980s would become Reed's long term literary agent. 8.5 x 10.75, side-stapled in card wrappers. Four pages. Faint rubbing to the wrappers, with light toning overall, else Near Fine. Crisp and clean.
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The Connection (Original poster from the 1959 play at the Living Theatre, designed by Inkweed...

The Connection (Original poster from the 1959 play at the Living Theatre, designed by Inkweed Studios)

by Jack Gelber (playwright); Inkweed Studios (graphic design); Judith Malina (director); Julian Beck (design); Leonard Hicks, Ira Lewis, Warren Finnerty (starring)

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New York: Inkweed Studios, 1959. Vintage poster from the 1959 off-Broadway play, which opened on July 15, 1959, at the Living Theatre. Poster designed by Inkweed Studios, with a label affixed to the recto stating showtimes. Presumably either unique or produced in very small quantity. Mounted on art board, as issued and used. Founded in 1951 by Beat poet, Kabbalist, and Lower East Side underground luminary, Lionel Ziprin, with his wife, illustrator and dancer, Joanne Ziprin, Inkweed Studios was originally created to produce "studio cards"-greeting cards to rival the mass-produced cards produced by the Hallmark Company. While not financially successful, Inkweed did produce many outstanding graphics, such as the poster on offer here. The company also served as the launching pad for the graphic work of artists such as Harry Smith, Jordan Belson, Bruce Conner, Barbara Remington, and William Mohr. Jack Gelber's landmark play within a play observes a producer and writer attempting to stage a production… Read More
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Diaries, Notes, and Sketches, also known as Walden (Original poster for the 1969 film)
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Diaries, Notes, and Sketches, also known as Walden (Original poster for the 1969 film)

by [Experimental Film] Jonas Mekas

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New York: Jonas Mekas, 1969. Vintage large format poster for the 1969 experimental film by shot and edited by Jonas Mekas from his "film diary" footage shot between 1965 and 1969. Either unique or very nearly so, with no examples found in OCLC or institutions worldwide. The poster also doubles as liner notes for the film, briefly describing the scenes, and annotating them with the music cues and time stamps, for each of the six reels so that the viewer could engage with the nearly three hour work "according to the time available to him, according to his preference, or any other good reason." The introduction goes on to explain that after a fire in the neighboring building nearly destroyed the work, he decided release a three hour "First Draft" cut of the film he had been assembling as "Walden." Beginning in 1950, Mekas would carry around a small Bolex camera, capturing what he saw, commenting on his website "On some days I shot ten frames, on others ten seconds, still on others ten minutes. Or I… Read More
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Ghost Sisters (Original flyer for the 1981 film)

Ghost Sisters (Original flyer for the 1981 film)

by Jonathan Demme (cinematographer); Adam Brooks (director); Eugenie Bafaloukos, Sandy McLeod (starring)

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New York: Bleecker Street Cinema, 1981. Vintage flyer for the 1981 film, produced to promote screenings at the James Agee Room of the Bleecker Street Cinema. An early feature by independent filmmaker Adam Brooks, photographed by Jonathan Demme and shot entirely on super-8. 8.5 x 10.75 inches. Very Good plus, slightly age toned with light foxing on the verso, folded once horizontally.
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Heat (Original photograph from the 1972 film)

Heat (Original photograph from the 1972 film)

by Paul Morrissey (director, screenwriter); John Hallowell (screenwriter); Joe Dallessandro, Sylvia Miles, Andrea Feldman (starring)

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N.p.: Levitt-Pickman, 1972. Vintage studio still photograph from the 1972 film. A parody of "Sunset Boulevard" (1950), about an unemployed former child star who supports himself as a hustler in Los Angeles. The third film in producer Andy Warhol's trilogy of films directed by Paul Morrissey, preceded by "Flesh" (1968) and "Trash" (1970). 8 x 10 inches. Near Fine.
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