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[Portrait Photograph of Gerard Malanga with His Father, Gerardo Malanga]

[Portrait Photograph of Gerard Malanga with His Father, Gerardo Malanga]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1972. Photographs. Near fine. [1972, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. Very minor wear. Near fine. Self-portrait in a mirror of Gerard Malanga with his father, Gerardo Malanga, in Holly Hill, Florida. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more actively… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Robert Creeley and His Dog, Spot]

[Portrait Photograph of Robert Creeley and His Dog, Spot]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1972. Photographs. Near fine. 1972. Image size 6 1/4 x 9 inches, sheet size 11x 14 inches, mat size 12 x 14 3/4 inches. Signed and dated "'72" by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back with clear polyester protective cover. Light soiling and scuffing in mat. Minor soiling in margins of print. Image fine. Portrait of poet Robert White Creeley (1926-2005) with his dog, Spot, in Bolinas, California. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more actively in 1969 and left the Factory in… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Rene Ricard]

[Portrait Photograph of Rene Ricard]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1970. Photographs. Very good. [ca. early 1970s, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. Light soiling and scuffing in mat. Print fine. Portrait of actor, writer, and painter Rene Ricard (1946-2014). Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more actively in 1969… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Angus Maclise]

[Portrait Photograph of Angus Maclise]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1970. Photographs. Very good. [ca. early 1970s, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. 2 1/2-inch crease and light toning in mat. Print near fine. Portrait of Angus Maclise (1938-1979), percussionist, publisher, occultist, and poet. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Robert Duncan]

[Portrait Photograph of Robert Duncan]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1972. Photographs. Near fine. 1972. Image size 6 1/4 x 9 inches, sheet size 11x 14 inches, mat size 12 x 14 3/4 inches. Signed and dated "'72" by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back with clear polyester protective cover. Light soiling and scuffing in mat. Minor soiling in margins of print. Image near fine. Portrait of poet Robert Edward Duncan (1919-1988). Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more actively in 1969 and left the Factory in 1970 to pursue the work further.… Read more
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CRISTINAS WORLD IM(MEDIA)CY POEMWORKS
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CRISTINAS WORLD IM(MEDIA)CY POEMWORKS

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York?]: Poetry on Films, Inc., 1970. First Edition. Softcover. Very good. 11 inches tall. [2],61,[1] pp. Photographic covers, side-stapled. Pink and blue tissue endpapers. Light wear to covers and minor soiling to rear cover. Very good to near fine. One of 474 copies in the trade edition (of 500 copies total). A series of "poemworks" composed chiefly on May 10, 1970 at Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, in the presence of Cristina, his love interest and muse. The final eight poems were written on May 11 and 12, in part en route to and upon arrival in New York City. When Malanga published the work two months later, he dedicated it "to cristina who continues to make everything possible." But, Cristina remains a mystery - she appears to be Cristina Miller of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, home of Andrew Wyeth, but beyond this and her dazzling effect on Malanga little is known. The title is, of course, a nod to Wyeth's most famous painting. One poem in the collection,… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Taylor Mead]
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[Portrait Photograph of Taylor Mead]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1971. Photographs. Very good. [1971, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. A few small dents and very minor crackling in print; original mat toned at edges. Very good to near fine. Portrait of poet and actor Taylor Mead (1924-2013) swimming off Southampton Beach, Long Island, in 1971. Mead was a major figure in the Factory scene during the 1960s and a favorite fixture on the Lower East Side. His NEW YORK TIMES obituary called him "the quintessential Downtown figure": "He read his poems in a Bowery bar, walked as many as 80 blocks a day and fed stray cats in a cemetery, usually after midnight." Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Andy Warhol & Parker Tyler]
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[Portrait Photograph of Andy Warhol & Parker Tyler]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1969. Photographs. Very good. [1969, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 2/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. Small dents and minor crackling in print; toning, dust soiling, and several small ink smudges in original mat. Overall very good. Exceptional portrait of Andy Warhol and Parker Tyler taken in New York in 1969. Tyler (1904-1974) was best known as a poet and film critic and, in his earlier life, co-author with Charles Henri Ford of the experimental novel, THE YOUNG AND EVIL (Paris: Obelisk Press, 1933). The photo shows Tyler and - extraordinarily - Warhol at ease and smiling, the latter jokingly clutching the former's crotch. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Edwin Denby]

[Portrait Photograph of Edwin Denby]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1970. Photographs. Near fine. [1970, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. Small dents and minor crackling in print, 2 1/2-inch crease and light toning in mat. Very good. Portrait of writer Edwin Denby (1903-1983). Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film portraits of 54 poets, artists, musicians, and others, with poems by Malanga on facing pages. Malanga began pursuing portrait photography more… Read more
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[Portrait Photograph of Herbert Huncke]

[Portrait Photograph of Herbert Huncke]

by Malanga, Gerard

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[New York: Gerard Malanga], 1970. Photographs. Very good. [ca. early 1970s, printed later]. Image size 10 x 6 3/4 inches, sheet size 14 x 11 inches, mat size 16 x 12 inches. Numbered 1/10 and signed in pencil on the mat by Gerard Malanga. Loosely mounted on new archival back, new archival matting between original mat and print, and clear polyester protective cover. 2 1/2-inch crease and light soiling in mat. Print fine. Portrait of Herbert Edwin Huncke (1915-1996), the drifter, grifter, and writer whose use of the word, "beat," is said to have inspired Jack Kerouac's adoption of the term for the Beat Generation. Poet, photographer, and archivist Gerard Malanga (born 1943) was Warhol's right-hand man during the most important years of the Factory, where he worked from 1963 to 1970. Among his many collaborations with Warhol was the 1966/67 "Screen Tests" project. The project resulted in the 1967 book, SCREEN TESTS / A DIARY, which prints stills from film… Read more
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AMERICAN ODYSSEY 1963-1999

AMERICAN ODYSSEY 1963-1999

by Mark, Mary Ellen

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New York: Aperture, 1999. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/very good. Mark, Mary Ellen. Folio. 151,[1] pp. including numerous in-text photographic images. Publisher's cloth, spine stamped in silver. Signed and inscribed by the author/photographer, "For Valeria + Johnny - I also _love_ the side show Fondly Mary Ellen 2003 New York." Some rubbing and a few small dents in dust jacket. Fine in a very good dust jacket. 36-year portrait retrospective of the late Mary Ellen Mark (1940-2015), who was named the previous year "Most Influential Woman Photographer" by AMERICAN PHOTO magazine. This copy was warmly inscribed to Johnny Fox and his wife at the time, Valeria Duarte, in the year of publication. Johnny Fox (1953-2017) was a celebrated American sword swallower, sleight-of-hand artist, and proprietor of the Freakatorium / El Museo Loco, the first dime museum to appear in New York since the closing of Hubert's Museum in 1969. Located in a Lower East Side storefront from 1999 to… Read more
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TWINS

TWINS

by Mark, Mary Ellen

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New York: Aperture, 2003. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/near fine. Mark, Mary Ellen. Folio. [85],86-94,[2] pp. including numerous in-text photographic images. Publisher's cloth, spine stamped in silver. Signed and inscribed by the author/photographer, "For Valeria Johnny + Isabella With Love Mary Ellen 2005." Dust jacket lightly rubbed. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Portraits of twins by the late photographer, Mary Ellen Mark (1940-2015), known for her work with unusual people. Mark photographed and interviewed the subjects at the annual Twins Days festival in Twinsburg, Ohio, in 2001 and 2002. This copy was warmly inscribed to Johnny Fox and his wife at the time, Valeria Duarte (and their dog, Isabella). Johnny Fox (1953-2017) was a celebrated American sword swallower, sleight-of-hand artist, and proprietor of the Freakatorium / El Museo Loco, the first dime museum to appear in New York since the closing of Hubert's Museum in 1969. Located in a Lower East Side… Read more
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SUPPLEMENT TO THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY. . . NUMBER 16 APRIL-JUNE 1953 : THE...

SUPPLEMENT TO THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ORIENTAL SOCIETY. . . NUMBER 16 APRIL-JUNE 1953 : THE PHONEMES OF ANCIENT CHINESE

by Martin, Samuel E.

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Baltimore: American Oriental Society, 1953. First Edition. Softcover. Very good. [2],46 pp. Printed self-wrappers, stapled. Light dampstain in front wrapper along spine. Very good. Samuel Elmo Martin (1924-2009) was a noted professor of East Asian languages and linguistics at Yale, where he served as Professor of Far Eastern Linguistics from 1962 to 1994.
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RUBAIYAT OF ACCOUNT OVERDUE

RUBAIYAT OF ACCOUNT OVERDUE

by Morley, Christopher

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New York: Printed by Lew Ney for Gotham Book Mart, 1935. First Edition. Softcover. Near fine. Small quarto. Single sheet folded twice. [4] pp. Lettered "HC" in contemporary red ink in the colophon. Near fine. The "deluxe" edition of a satirical poem composed by Christopher Morley and designed and printed by Lew Ney to help their friend and patron, Frances Steloff, founder and owner of Gotham Book Mart, during a moment of financial insecurity at the store in the mid-1930s. It "has been printed in this limited edition of 350 copies from Inkanabula type, imported from Italy. It was set by hand, and the type has been distributed." In the 1975 "Special Gotham Book Mart Issue" of JOURNAL OF MODERN LITERATURE (Vol. 4, No. 4), Frances Steloff describes the origin of the poem and its publication. One day in 1935, Steloff was dictating correspondence in the back of the shop, unaware that her friend and Gotham Book Mart regular Christopher Morley had stopped by. "He asked why I looked so glum, and I told him… Read more
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