Köln: Verlag M. Dumont Schauberg, 1959. First edition. Three vols., square 8vos, original cloth. The complete catalogue from the second international Documenta exhibition at Kassel, a greatly expanded presentation from the first version with a strong emphasis on postwar abstraction, particularly American "action painting."
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[Frankfurt]: Officina de Bry, (1612). First edition. Oblong 4to, 14 leaves, mounted to later pages, appr. 13 X 10-1/2 in. (33 X 27 CM); later three-quarter white cloth and marbled paper boards. Marvelous series of engraved images by Jacob Zetter and Johann Gelle, printed by de Bry, depicting events in...
N.P. (Paris): n.p., 1960. First edition. Wraps. Folio, unpag.; original wrappers. One of 500 copies published by Dubuffet himself and printed by Duval from Dubuffet's own handwritten manuscript, with ink illustrations reproduced by phototype. An idiosyncratic and underappreciated artist, among Dubuffet's important works must be counted his early contributions to...
New York: Abbeville, (1983). First edition. Cloth. Small 4to, 136pp; black cloth. Generously illustrated monograph published in the Abbeville Modern Masters series. Signed by the artist "de Kooning" on the half title.
(1948). 6 X 9 inch spiral bound artist's sketch book, 26 leaves. Contains six full-page original pencil and ink drawings signed by Gross and comprising characteristically fanastic and erotic figures.
New York: 1963. Buckram. 11 X 14 inch white paper sketchbook bound in black buckram. Artist's sketchbook filled on 117 pages with original ink drawings and watercolors. Affixed to the front endpaper is an original poster for the film "Shoot the Moon," a collaboration by the artist's then husband Red...
New York: Harry N. Abrams, (1990). First edition. Cloth. 4to, 144pp; cloth. Early survey of the innovative work of the then-29-year old twins. Signed by both Starns on the front endpaper.
-. One page, on a single leaf of watermarked MK Papier. A charming note, with a sketched self-portrait of the artist hiding his face in his hands, beneath which the popular caricaturist writes: Geliebtes Verlag, JAWOHL! Aber las es sonst niemand (nicht) wissen, euer Olaf Gulbransson."
New York: Harry N. Abrams, (1966). First edition. 4to, original rough burlap covers, title blocked on front and spine. Includes contributions by Wolf Vostell, George Brecht, and other representatives of the avant-garde of the 1960s.
München: Schirmer/Mosel, 1991. First edition. Boards. Square 4to, unpag.; boards. Signed by Marden on the title page.
London: Atlas Press, (1995). First edition thus. Wraps. Square 8vo, unpag.; wrappers; housed in publisher's two-chamber slipcase together with the separately printed fold-out photo-collage "Cubist View of My Room," here in the form of a six-color screenprint by Uldry Serigraphie printed on 105g Tyvek, in printed and embossed chemise and...
Paris: Pierre Berès, (1959). First edition. Small folio; 100 mounted collotype plates in the exact sizes of the original works, loosely housed in plain wrappers, paper covered chemise and slipcase. A handsomely produced album in an unspecified edition.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, (1968). 1st US edition. 4to., yellow cloth. Exhaustive and throughly illustrated study of the ultimate modern artform.