1 - 672 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
- Wr. partly sl. yellowed. Otherwise fine.
- Wr. sl. soiled; pencil sketch on backwr.
= Contains ills. of works of art ("Ponctuations") by POL BURY and 2 texts ("Vers le non-mental" and "Vers la pure nullité" by GHERASIM LUCA.
AND 4 others: a large fold. poster "Graphics - Six West Coast Artists" (Zürich, Galerie Verna & Baltensperger, 1970) and sm. publications on/ by Christo, B. Passow and J. Tinguely.
- Spine dustwr. vol. 1 titled in pen and ink.
- Occas. sl. foxed. Binding sl. discol.
Bahr, H. Expressionismus. Munich, Delphin-Verlag, 1920, 151,(1)p., 18 monochr. plates, orig. hcl.
- Dedication on htitle-p. Cloth sl. soiled.
= Loosely inserted small catalogue of works by the same publisher.
AND 9 others, mostly on 20th cent. avant-garde movements, in various languages.
- Vellum boards sl. warped.
= With SIGNED DEDICATION by the author on first free endpaper. A first attempt at an oeuvre catalogue. Contains a list of works. Rare.
- Envelope trifle dustsoiled. = Dobke, Dieter Roth - Books + Multiples, p.221.
- Binding sl. rubbed along extremities.
Idem, Gerstner, K., Spoerri, D. and Thomkins, A. (ed.). Fruend, friends, freunde + fruende. Ibid., ed. Hansjörg Mayer, 1969, no pagination, num. ills., printed on variously coloured paper, orig. wr. Thomkins, A. Permanentszene. Stuttg./ London, idem, 1978, 224p., num. (col.) ills., printed in 4000 copies, orig. wr.
- Without the poster and loose inserts.
= Contains a bibliography of and on the artist and a chronological overview of exhibitions.
Ubi Fluxus ibi motus 1990-1962. Ed. A.B. Oliva. Venice, Mazotta, 1990, 499,(1)p., num. (full-p.) ills., orig. wr., 4to (fine). Vergine, L. Il corpo come linguaggio (La "Body-art" e storie simili). N.pl., Giampaolo Prearo, 1974, 1st ed., 40 textp., num. ills., English/ Italian text, orig. wr.
- Two leaves reattached; upper hinge strengthened.
- First blank, htitle and title-p. loose. Wrapper sl. brittle and frayed; spine-ends sl. dam.
= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION [in Russian:] "Long live the Russian advocacy, famous for its traditions and talent! With a curtsy [signature]. Paris 1932" on first blank.
= 2. Mens sana in corpere sano, Gesundheit; 4. Homo Socialis (printed in 775 copies (750); SIGNED "Sandberg 11.4.'81" in pen); 5. L'Art: le superflu indispensable (printed in 875 copies; one of 25 copies, lettered ("J") and SIGNED "Sandberg" in pen); 11. TEKTONIKH das konstruktive.
= Petersen/ Brattinga p.33 and 217.
Idem. Nu . De kunst en het leven. Hilversum, Steendrukkerij de Jong, (1959), 40p., ills., limp boards, text (in French, Dutch, English and German) and design W. SANDBERG, 4to.
- Owner's entry (Anton Haakman) on first page; final page sl. stained in upper outer corner.
AND 1 other.
= Printed in a limited edition on the occasion of the 75th birthday of Willem Sandberg.
Idem. (Two dancing figures). Silkscreen, printed in black, 35,8x53,5 cm., signed "Sandberg" and "36/90" in pencil.
- Sl. foxed; (very) vague fold in both lower corners.
AND 9 copies of the silkscreen "Felicitation" by the same (55x37,5 cm., authorised reprint in 36 copies by Reflex, Utr., 1999).
- Ticket mounted on title-p. Dustwr. sl. dam.
Slothouber, J. and Graatsma, W. Cubics. A cubic constructions compendium. Ed. P. Brand a.o. Deventer, Octopus Foundation, 1970, 428p., num. (col.) (full-p.) ills., opposite English and Dutch text, orig. stiff paper wr., small sq. 8vo (wr. foxed/ yellowed). - AND 11 others, i.a. by/ on Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, August Mack, Rebecca Horn, Otto Piene, Timm Ulrichs and Gilberto Zorio.