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ALBRECHT D. / ANDERSEN, ERIC / BREAD AND PUPPET THEATER (SCHUMANN, WHITESIDE & SPEVAC ) / BROUWN, STANLEY / DISTEL, HERBERT / DRESSLER, OTTO / GERZ, JOCHEN / HIGGINS, DICK / HEININGER, MICHAEL / HUNERFAUTH, IRMA / IMMENDORFF, JORG / KNIZAK, MILAN / KRASINSKI, EDWARD / MERZ, GERHARD / MOHR, MANFRED / NIGGL, THOMAS / NITSCH, HERMANN / PREM, HEIMRAD / RAINER, ARNULF / SCHREIB, WERNER / SPEVAK, HARVEY / STAECK, KLAUS / ULRICHS, TIMM / VAUTIER, BEN / VOSTELL, WOLF / WHITESIDE, ELENA / WIPRSEK, WILL / ZIMMER, HANS-PETER
OMNIBUS NEWS 1.
Omnibus News, Munich, Germany.   1969.
Artists' publication. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Original contributions include rubber stampings, collage elements, multiple print techniques and hand additions. Contributors: Albrecht D, E. Andersen, Bread and Puppet Theater (Schumann, Whiteside & Spevac), S. Brouwn, H. Distel, O. Dressler, J. Gerz, D. Higgins, M. Heininger, I. Hunerfauth, J. Immendorf, M. Knizak, E. Krasinski, G. Merz, M. Mohr, T. Niggl, H. Nitsch, H. Prem, A. Rainer, W. Schreib, H. Spevak, K. Staeck, T. Ulrichs, B. Vautier, W. Vostell, E. Whiteside, W. Wiprsek, H.-P. Zimmer and others. Text in German and English. Edition of 1500 copies. Very good condition. 11.75 x 8.5". Unpaginated.
"[A] pioneer attempt among the assemblings, a paper accumulation with a 'concrete art' character".
Reference: p. 246 Geza Perneczky. THE MAGAZINE NETWORK. The trends of alternative art in light of their periodicals 1968-1988. Edition Soft Geometry, Cologne, Germany. 1993.

Concrete Poetry / Visual Poetry; Fluxus & Happenings; Performance Art; Rubber Stamp Art.

      $ 500.00         Book         Item# 7563w

 

AUSTIN, LARRY / LUNETTA, STANLEY / WOODBURY, ARTHUR / HIGGINS, DICK / CORNER, PHILLIP / CHRISTOU, JANI / BUDD, HAROLD / DINWIDDIE, JOHN / LUCIER, ALVIN / MIZELLE, JOHN / RZEWSKI, FREDERIC / LENTZ, DANIEL / ROSENBOOM, DAVID / FELDMAN, MORTON / REYNOLDS, ROGER / GUTSCHE, JOEL
SOURCE. music of the avant garde. ISSUE NUMBER SIX. Vol. 3, No 2.
Composer/Performer Edition, Sacramento, CA.   July 1969.
Avant garde music periodical. Black and pink on white and pink paper, plus one page in color. Wrappers. Plastic spiral bound. Includes a score riddled with bullet holes, scores inscribed with alternative musical notations, diagrams, performance photos and notes. Editors: L. Austin, S. Lunetta and A. Woodbury. Contributions by: D. Higgins, P. Corner, J. Christou, H. Budd, J. Dinwiddie, A. Lucier, J. Mizelle, F. Rzewski, D. Lentz, D. Rosenboom, M. Feldman, R. Reynolds and J. Gutsche. Very good condition. Rubbing and creasing to wraps. Stains and 2 x 2" area of fiber loss to back cover. 11 x 14". 91 pages.
Music.

      $ 600.00         Book         Item# 12786w

 

AY-O / CORNER, PHILIP / W.E.B. DUBOIS CLUBS / FAHLSTROM, OYVIND / FILLIOU, ROBERT / GIORNO, JOHN / HANSEN, AL / HIGGINS, DICK / KAPROW, ALLAN / KNOWLES, ALISON / PAIK, NAM JUNE / ROTH, DIETER / ROTHENBERG, JEROME / VOSTELL, WOLF / WATTS, ROBERT / WILLIAMS, EMMETT
MANIFESTOS.
Something Else Press, Inc., New York, NY.   1966.
Artists' book. Black printed on yellow paper. Wrappers. Staple bound. Edited by D. Higgins and E. Williams. Artists included: Ay-O, P. Corner, W.E.B. Dubois Clubs, O. Fahlstrom, R. Filliou, J. Giorno, A. Hansen, D. Higgins, A. Kaprow, A. Knowles, N.J. Paik, D. Roth, J. Rothenberg, W. Vostell, R. Watts and E. Williams. [Edition of 2000 copies]. Very good condition. 8.5 x 5.5". 31 pages.
"A double-pamphlet ... Manifestos contains contributions by fifteen individuals and one organization... Certain texts are now classics in themselves; others expanded later into more formal declarations; almost all prefigure directions taken by their authors and many other artists and thinkers."
Reference: p. 71 SOMETHING ELSE PRESS. an annotated bibliography by Peter Frank. A Documentext Publication. McPherson & Company, Kingston, NY. 1983.

Fluxus & Happenings.

      $ 75.00         Book         Item# 10486w

 

BLOCK, URSULA / BLOCK, RENE / GLASMEIER, MICHAEL / ADORNO, THEODOR W. / MOHOLY-NAGY, LASZLO / DUBUFFET, JEAN / ZELLER, HANS RUDOLF / KNIZAK, MILAN / SEIFFERT, CHRISTIANE / ACCONCI, VITO / ANDERSON, LAURIE / ANTIN, ELEANOR / APPEL, KAREL / ARP, JEAN (HANS) / ASHLEY, ROBERT / ART & LANGUAGE / BARRY, ROBERT / BERTOIA, HARRY / BEUYS, JOSEPH / BLAKE, PETER / BOHMLER, CLAUS / BOLTANSKI, CHRISTIAN / CAGE, JOHN / BRUS, GUNTER / CARMI, EUGENIO / CHRISTIANSEN, HENNING / CORNER, PHILIP / DARBOVEN, HANNE / DIBBETS, JAN / DOWNSBROUGH, PETER / DUBUFFET, JEAN / DUCHAMP, MARCEL / EXPORT, VALIE / FONTANA, BILL / FOX, TERRY / FRITSCH, KATHARINA / GLASS, PHILIP / HAACKE, HANS / HAUSMANN, RAOUL / HIGGINS, DICK / JOHNS, JASPER / JONES, JOE / KAPROW, ALLAN / KIPPENBERGER, MARTIN / KLEIN, YVES / KNIZAK, M. / KOZLOWSKI, JAROSLAW / LEWITT, SOL / MARCLAY, CHRISTIAN / MUEHL, OTTO / NANNUCCI, MAURIZIO / NITSCH, HERMANN / OEHLEN, ALBERT / ONO, YOKO / PAIK, NAM JUNE / PALESTINE, CHARLEMAGNE / PENCK, A.R. / RAINER, ARNULF / ROTH, DIETER / RUHM, GERHARD / SARKIS / SCHMIT, TOMAS / SCHWITTERS, KURT / SNOW, MICHAEL / SONNIER, KEITH / ULRICHS, TIMM / VAUTIER, BEN / VOSTELL, WOLF / WADA, YOSHI / WARHOL, ANDY / WEINER, LAWRENCE / YOUNG, LA MONTE / ZAZEELA, MARIAN
BROKEN MUSIC.
Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD / gelber Musik Berlin, Berlin, Germany.   1989.
Reference book. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Flexi-disc included on first page. Text: R. Block, U. Block, M. Glasmeier, T. Adorno, L. Moholy-Nagy, J. Dubuffet, H. Zeller, M. Knizak. Text in German, English, and French. Artists included: V. Acconci, L. Anderson, E. Antin, K. Appel, H. Arp, R. Ashley, Art & Language, R. Barry, H. Bertoia, J. Beuys, P. Blake, C. Bohmler, C. Boltanski, J. Cage, G. Brus, E. Carmi, H. Christiansen, P. Corner, H. Darboven, J. Dibbets, P. Downsbrough, J. Dubuffet, M. Duchamp, V. Export, B. Fontana, T. Fox, K. Fritsch, P. Glass, H. Haacke, R. Hausmann, D. Higgins, J. Johns, J. Jones, A. Kaprow, M. Kippenberger, Y. Klein, M. Knizak, J. Kozlowski, S. Lewitt, C. Marclay, O. Muehl, M. Nannucci, H. Nitsch, A. Oehlen, Y. Ono, N.J. Paik, C. Palestine, A.R. Penck, A. Rainer, D. Roth, G. Ruhm, Sarkis, T. Schmit, K. Schwitters, M. Snow, K. Sonnier, T. Ulrichs, B. Vautier, W. Vostell, Y. Wada, A. Warhol, L. Weiner, L.M. Young, M. Zazeela and others. Very good condition. Light shelf wear. 10.25 x 8.25". 278 pages.
"Broken Music shows works of visual artists created with and for the medium of the record: records, record-covers, record-objects, record-installations. In contrast to the composer or musician who perceives the record first and foremost as a vehicle transporting his musical ideas, the visual artist is especially interested in the optical as well as the acoustical presence. In the early 60's, Milan Knizak called his record-collages 'Broken Music' - by destroying, painting, pasting and breaking records - he also broke with the traditional habits of hearing. 'Broken Music' stands for a break with conventional ideas, as a breakthrough into something new. This start - somewhat simple to be sure, but thereby all the more conclusive - seemed convincing enough to form the concept for the whole exhibition."
Reference: p. 9 BROKEN MUSIC. ARTISTS' RECORDWORKS. Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD, Berlin, Germany / Gelbe Musik Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 1989.

ISBN#: 3893570136
Music.

      $ 450.00         Book         Item# 12117w

 

CAGE, JOHN / CORNER, PHILIP / HENDRICKS, GEOFFREY / HIGGINS, DICK / KNOWLES, ALISON / MAC LOW, JACKSON / OLIVEROS, PAULINE / ROTHENBERG, JEROME
Artists' books, music, graphics, criticism. Printed Editions.
Printed Editions, Barrytown, NY.   1985 - 1986.
Publisher catalogue. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Artists included: J. Cage, P. Corner, G. Hendricks, D. Higgins, A. Knowles, J. Mac Low, P. Oliveros and J. Rothenberg. Very good condition. 8.5 x 5.5". 15 pages.
Fluxus & Happenings.

      $ 25.00         Book         Item# 11828w

 

D'ARMAGNAC, BEN / DEKKER, GERRIT / HOOVER, NAN / CARDENA, WARMING UP ETC., ETC., ETC., COMPANY / MARROQUIN, RAUL / DE KROON, HARRIE / KRZYZANOWSKI, MICHEL SZULC / MALASCH, ROBERT / MOL, PIETER / URBAN, NIKOLAUS / SWAGERS, ANDRE / STEVENS, WALLY / TARLO, RELLY / SALLE, DAVID / MORGAN, TONY / VAN ES, HANNES / HEFTI, RICHARD / HIESSERER, DIETER / ARON, DON / JANSSEN, SERVIE / ANT FARM / REINDEER WERK (PUCKEY, TOM & LARSEN, DIRK) / ABRAMOVIC, MARINA / PEETERS, SEF / ULAY (LAYSIEPEN, UWE) / ACCONCI, VITO / HENDRIKS, MARTEN / PACI, ANNA / EXPORT, VALIE / WILSON, MARTHA / BENGLIS, LYNDA / EDELSON, MARY BETH / LACY, SUZANNE / MOGUL, SUSAN / ROSENBACH, ULRIKE / WILKE, HANNAH / FISCHER, HERVE / NEUHAUS, MAX / BLOOM, BARBARA / GENERAL IDEA (PARTZ, FELIX & BRONSON, A.A. & ZONTAL, JORGE) / LUTHI, URS / BYARS, JAMES LEE / DRUKS, MICHAEL / CASTELLI, LUCIANO / KLAUKE, JURGEN / BURDEN, CHRIS / ONTANI, LUIGI / MASBECK, JUSTA / KLOMP, WOUTER / DEMATTIO, BRUNO / OPPENHEIM, DENNIS / SZEEMANN, HARALD / SAMSOM, MARJA / KNOWLES, ALISON / WEBER, ILONA-WOLFGANG / WOODBERRY, DAVID / PECK, RICHARD / MANIAC PRODUCTIONS / HEYWARD, JULIA / HAIMSOHN, JANA / SCHWARZKOGLER, RUDOLF / NITSCH, HERMANN / RAINER, ARNULF / MUEHL, OTTO / ROGANTE, GIOVANNA / CINCONE, NICOLAS / LESKLY, HEZY / ANDERSON, LAURIE / PALESTINE, CHARLEMAGNE / FITZGIBBON, COLEN / WINTERS, ROBIN / ATAVAR / SCHNEEMANN, CAROLEE / GRAHAM, DAN / EFRAT, BENNI / KOUNELLIS, JANNIS / SUMMERS, ROD / HOOYKAAS, MADELON / STANSFIELD, ELSA / GRINBERG, BUKY / FLIPSE, DAVID / FOX,TERRY / METTIG, KLAUS / SIEVERDING, KATHARINA / POPOVIC, ZORAN / FRIED, HOWARD / WEIBEL, PETER / GUSELLA, ERNEST / SAITO, TAKAKO / VAN DER VEEN, JOHAN / WILLIAMS, REESE / HIGGINS, DICK / PARTRIDGE, STEVE / IIMURA, TAKA
DE APPEL.
De Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.   April 1975 - January 1981.
Presumably complete documentation from De Appel's programming for almost six years. 169 documents / sheets, including invitations / press releases, letters, postcards, and flyers / posters. Black and white with some limited color. Loose pages in a printed cardboard slip case with cover. Includes numerous pages of illustrated performance documentation. Posters / flyers for L. Castelli (1975), B. Bloom (1977), General Idea (1979), M. Bagnoli (1980), and D. Salle (1980). Artists: B. D'Armagnac, G. Dekker, N. Hoover, Cardena, Warming Up Etc., Etc., Etc., Company, R. Marroquin, H. De Kroon, M.S. Krzyzanowski, R. Malasch, P. Mol, N. Urban, A. Swagers, W. Stevens, R. Tarlo, D. Salle, T. Morgan, H. Van Es, R. Hefti, D. Hiesserer, D. Aron, S. Janssen, Ant Farm, Reindeer Werk, M. Abramovic, S. Peeters, Ulay, V. Acconci, M. Hendriks, A. Paci, V. Export, M. Wilson, L. Benglis, M.B. Edelson, S. Lacy, S. Mogul, U. Rosenbach, H. Wilke, H. Fischer, M. Neuhaus, B. Bloom, General Idea (F. Partz, A.A. Bronson and J. Zontal), U. Luthi, J.L. Byars, M. Druks, L. Castelli, J. Klauke, C. Burden, L. Ontani, J. Masbeck, W. Klomp, B. Demattio, D. Oppenheim, H. Szeemann, M. Samsom, A. Knowles, I. Weber, D. Woodberry, R. Peck, Maniac Productions, J. Heyward, J. Haimsohn, R. Schwarzkogler, H. Nitsch, A. Rainer, O. Muehl, G. Rogante, N. Cincone, H. Leskly, L. Anderson, C. Palestine, C. Fitzgibbon, R. Winters, Atavar, C. Schneemann, D. Graham, B. Efrat, J. Kounellis, R. Summers, M. Hooykaas, E. Stansfield, B. Grinberg, D. Flipse, T. Fox, K. Mettig, K. Sieverding, Z. Popovic, H. Fried, P. Weibel, E. Gusella, T. Saito, J. van der Veen, R. Williams, D. Higgins, S. Partridge, T. Iimura and others. Text in English and Dutch. Very good condition. 12 x 8.5". Unpaginated.
"'de appel' is a kind of gallery on the basis of a foundation. its main purpose is to bring about a confrontation between the public and that specific form of art which concerns the making and showing of environments, situation-art and performances.
'de appel' will feature a number of themes from recent art, supplemented by documentation about artist and presentation, with distinct historical references."
Reference: first press release, DE APPEL. De Appel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. April 4, 1975.
"On April 4 an exhibition and series of performances by Swiss artist Urs Luthi (b. 1947) marks the official start of a new art space, De Appel, founded by Smals and others."
Reference: p. 163 In & Out of Amsterdam: Travels in Conceptual Art, 1960 - 1976. Christophe Cherix. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. 2009.

Performance Art.

      $ 1500.00                  Item# 11490w

 

HIGGINS, DICK
dieses ist kein kunstwerke von mir. this is not an art work by me. DICK HIGGINS.
Vice-Versand, Remscheid, Germany.   1969.
Multiple. Black and white. Iron-on labels and instruction card in original plastic wrap. Offset lithograph printed. Paperclipped. Excellent condition. Card: 10 x 8". Labels: 2 x 8.5" each.
"These "iron-on" labels can be applied to anything at all. As soon as a hot iron is passed over them, the written information which is in the label is transferred to the substance.
(It should be anything but metal or plastic-coated or varnished: i.e., paintings, raw wood, paper, rubbish, the underside of tables. Anything like that is ideal.)"
Reference: dieses ist kein kunstwerke von mir. this is not an art work by me. DICK HIGGINS. Vice-Versand, Remscheid, Germany. 1969; p. 93 International Index of MULTIPLES from Duchamp to the Present. Spiral/Wacoal Art Center, Tokyo, Japan / Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther Konig, Cologne, Germany. 1993.

Fluxus & Happenings.

      $ 300.00         Edition          Item# 6574w

 

HIGGINS, DICK
Untitled (Dear Osman).
Galerie Kuhn, Aachen, Germany.   1970.
Print. Green silkscreen printed on a white paper napkin. Edition of 100 copies. Signed on the verso. Excellent condition. 13.25 x 13.25".
Fluxus & Happenings.

      $ 400.00         Edition          Item# 6578w

 

HIGGINS, DICK
sound non-haiku.
  1977.
Drawing / poem. Black ink holographic script on white paper. Paper is three-hole-punched. Very good condition. 8.5 x 11".
"sound non-haiku
by dick higgins
ah the bayre yaya dadaists!
oh the bayre yaya dadaists!
ah the bayre yaya dadaists!
8. viii 77
barton, vt."
Reference: sound non-haiku. 1977.

Fluxus & Happenings; Literature and Poetry.

      $ 400.00         Unique         Item# 10529w

 

HIGGINS, DICK
A collection of seven Dick Higgins documents.
Various publishers.   
Three exhibition announcements, book publication announcement, postcard and two Christmas cards. A selection from Dick Higgins' 7.7.73 series. np. np. March 11 - March 17, 1979. Exhibition announcement card. Color and black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Very good condition. 4 x 6". Dick Higgins. BOOKS AND PUBLICATIONS. The Franklin Furnace, New York, NY. March 6 - 24, 1979. Exhibition announcement card. Black, white and green. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Very good condition. 4 x 6". DICK HIGGINS. BUSTER KEATON ENTERS INTO PARADISE. Caterina Gualco, Genoa, Italy. July 3, 1997. Exhibition announcement card. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Signed by artist on verso in purple felt pen. Very good condition. 4 x 6". dick higgins's everyone has sher favorite. Unpublished Editions, Kensington, CA. 1977. Book publication announcement card. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Good condition. Some creasing. 3.5 x 5.5". 3 reflections on poststructuralism. Dick Higgins, Reggio Emilia, Italy. May 4, 1977. Postcard. Black and white. Offset printed on both sides. Good condition. Some creasing. Date noted in blue pen on both sides. 3.5 x 5.5". the snowflakes of giordano bruno. Dick Higgins, np. 1977. Christmas card. Letterpress on gray paper. Folded. Signed by artist in black ballpoint pen on verso. Very good condition. Folded: 6 x 4.5". Unfolded: 6 x 13.5". two motives for celebrating christmas. Dick Higgins, np. November 22, 1976. Christmas card. Black and white on glossy green folded card. Very good condition. Folded: 5 x 7". Unfolded: 10 x 7".

Fluxus & Happenings.

      $ 150.00         Ephermera         Item# 11041w

 

JACKS, ROBERT / VAN AMEN, WOODY / ANDRE, CARL / BEUYS, JOSEPH / BOEZEM, MARINUS / BOLTANSKI, CHRISTIAN / BUREN, DANIEL / CARDENA, MICHEL / CHRISTO / CROZIER, ROBIN / VAN DIJK, GEURT / ENGELS, PIETER / EIJKELBOOM, HANS / FRIEDMAN, KEN / GERRITSEN, AD / GUBBELS, KLAAS / GIJZEN, WIM / HAMILTON, RICHARD / HIGGINS, DICK / MEW, TOMMY / NANNUCCI, MAURIZIO / NONAS, RICHARD / RAINER, ARNULF / ROTH, DIETER / DE SMET, YVES / SOUZA, AL / TOT, ENDRE / ULRICHS, TIMM / VAUTIER, BEN / VOSTELL, WOLF
THE ARCHIVES. Art Information Centre Peter Van Beveren.
Provinciaal Museum, Hasselt, Belgium.   January 31 - March 15, 1981.
Artists' publication. Color and black and white. Hard covers. Stitch bound and glued. Collage element on pages 1-16, 18, 20, 23-27 and 30. Rubber stamp element on pages 8 and 10. Transparency included before page 16. Glossy red page included before page 21. Includes loose-leaf inventory of works. Contributions by R. Jacks, W. van Amen, C. Andre, J. Beuys, M. Boezem, C. Boltanski, D. Buren, M. Cardena, Christo, R. Crozier, G. van Dijk, P. Engels, H. Eijkelboom, K. Friedman, A. Gerritsen, K. Gubbels, W. Gijzen, R. Hamilton, D. Higgins, T. Mew, M. Nannucci, R. Nonas, A. Rainer, D. Roth, Y. De Smet, A. Souza, E. Tot, T. Ulrichs, B. Vautier and W. Vostell. Signed by Peter Van Beveren in black felt pen. Edition of 500. Number 94. Very good condition minus photograph that has separated from page 23. 12 x 8.5". 30 pages.
"During the preparation for my exhibition The Archives, the idea originated to publish an artist book instead of a catalogue. Thirty artists were invited to design one page, specially for this book. Some sent five-hundred works, others sent an idea which has been executed in every book. I do appreciate the participation of all the artists. They made this book a unique document and work of art. It is fixing an era that is subject to rapid changes. It is making the aura of a unique work of art relative; it is representing the character of my archives. The artists participating in this book have been important for the development of my archives during the latest ten years and they have been chosen because of the personal affinity to their work."
"[Joseph Beuys'] Secretary's Briefcase (Sekretartasche) 1981. Facsimile print in brownish-violet on semitransparent sheets. Book numbered by another hand. Based on the object Sekretartasche, 1976. Facsimile prints of Urschlitten mit Totengeistern, 1966 (Primeval sleds with ghosts of the dead), oil on paper, double sheet. Both originals reproduced in Zeichnungen, Prestel, cat. nos. 127 and 92."
Reference: p. 1 THE ARCHIVES. Art Information Centre Peter Van Beveren. Provinciaal Museum Hasselt, Belgium. January 31 - March 15, 1981; p. 478 JOSEPH BEUYS. THE MULTIPLES. Busch-Reisinger Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Cambridge, MA. 1997.

Correspondence Art / Mail Art; Fluxus & Happenings.

      $ 700.00         Edition         Item# 12123w

 

JOHNSON, RAY / HIGGINS, DICK
THE PAPER SNAKE.
The Something Else Press, New York, NY.   February 1965.
Artist's book. Color and black and white. Cloth. Dust jacket. Stitch bound. [Design: D. Higgins]. Dust jacket text: William Wilson. [Edition of 1840 copies]. Very good condition. 8.5 x 10.75". Unpaginated. 50 pages.
"The Paper Snake, [is] a compendium of Ray Johnson's mail-art works ... The material includes writings and images Johnson sent to Higgins over a period of years: drawings, collages, notations, scraps and shards of pictures and objects and whatever fit into envelopes, as well as the envelopes. They are arranged spaciously all about every page, in several colors and often elegant typefaces. The composition, setting, and layout is Higgins'. 'Since a change in style is a change in meaning,' William Wilson writes in the Foreword ... 'this book is a translation of Ray Johnson into Dick Higgins; reading these is like reading over Higgins' shoulder, or hearing him read them aloud.'"
Reference: p. 8 SOMETHING ELSE PRESS. an annotated bibliography by Peter Frank. A Documentext Publication. McPherson & Company, np. 1983.

Correspondence Art / Mail Art.

      $ 200.00         Book         Item# 10458w

 

KEMPTON, KARL / HEAD, ROBERT / HELMES, SCOTT / RISTAU, HARLAND / SALZMANN, JEROME / BARNES, JIM / GOGINS, MIKE / STOUT, ROBERT JOE / INMAN, WILL / HIGGINS, DICK / POTTS, CHARLES / SULTZ, PHIL / VOLBRECHT, ROBERT / HANNON, MICHAEL
KALDRON 6.
Karl Kempton, Rainbow Resin Press, Grover City, CA.   Summer 1978.
Artists' periodical. Black on newsprint. Tabloid format. Folded. Edited by K. Kempton. Poetry and contributions by: K. Kempton, R. Head, S. Helmes, H. Ristau, J. Salzmann, J. Barnes, M. Gogins, R.J. Stout, W. Inman, D. Higgins, C. Potts, P. Sultz, R. Volbrecht and M. Hannon. Edition of 1000 copies. Very good condition. Some chipping along fore edge. Unfolded: 17.5 x 11.5". Unpaginated.
Concrete Poetry / Visual Poetry.

      $ 20.00         Book         Item# 2272w

 

MACIUNAS, GEORGE / ANDERSEN, ERIC / BRECHT, GEORGE / WATTS, ROBERT / CHIARI, GIUSEPPE / CHRISTO / DE RIDDER, WILLEM / JACK COKE'S FARMER'S COOP / FILLIOU, ROBERT / FLYNT, HENRY / HENDRICKS, GEOFFREY / HI RED CENTER / HIGGINS, DICK / HUTCHINS, ALICE / JONES, JOE / KIRKEBY, PER / KNIZAK, MILAN / KOEPCKE, ARTHUR / KOSUGI, TAKESHI / LEVE, MANFRED / LISS, CARLA / MILLER, LARRY / MOORE, PETER / PAIK, NAM JUNE / PATTERSON, BENJAMIN / VOSTELL, WOLF / SHARITS, PAUL / SHIOMI, MEIKO (CHIEKO) / SPOERRI, DANIEL / VAUTIER, BEN / LENS, BOB / AY-O
FLUXUS etc. / Addenda I.
The Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection / Ink, New York, NY.   1983.
Edited by Jon Hendricks. Photography: Joanne Stamerra and Lori Tucci. Artists included: G. Maciunas, E. Andersen, G. Brecht, R. Watts, G. Chiari, Christo, W. de Ridder, Jack Coke's Farmer's Coop, R. Filliou, H. Flynt, G. Hendricks, Hi Red Center, D. Higgins, A. Hutchins, J. Jones, P. Kirkeby, M. Knizak, A. Koepcke, T. Kosugi, M. Leve, C. Liss, L. Miller, P. Moore, N.J. Paik, B. Patterson, W. Vostell, P. Sharits, M. (Shieko) Shiomi, D. Spoerri, B. Vautier, B. Lens and Ay-O. Text: J. Hendricks and Larry Miller. Very good condition. 10.75 x 8.5". 299 pages.
Fluxus & Happenings.

      $ 150.00         Book         Item# 10444w

 

MARRAS, AMERIGO / EVES, BRUCE / HIGHSMITH, DAVID / THOMAS, LEW / SAMORE, SAM / HERSHMAN, LYNN / HANSON, JO / ROTH, MOIRA / GRAY, MARION / HIGGINS, DICK / BEERY, GENE B. / YOUNGE, GAVIN / MORRIS, GORDON / BAY AREA DADAISTS / FORTE, PAUL / CHAPIN, SUSAN / HOMPSON, DAVI-DET / WELLS, MARY ANN / SOLOWAY, CHERYL / SOLOWAY, RICH / GAGLIONE, BILL / CICATELLI, CHARLES / MANCUSI, TIM / CAZAZZA, MONTE / ILLARDO, RON / LOEFFLER, CARL / STOFFLET, MARY / GAGLIONE, DAWN / FRANK, NANCY / TOT, ENDRE / RICKABY, TONY / CLEVELAND, BUSTER / COTTON, PAUL / MOORE, STEPHEN / CUTLER, JOYCE / CORSER, JOHN / BEERY, GENE B. / MORRIS, GORDON / MAWLA, NATHERA / BELL, MICHAEL / EVOLA, LINDA / WEISSER, STEFAN / CHAPLINE, CLAUDIA / DEAK, NORMA JEAN / SHAW, JOYCE CUTLER / LARSON, MICHELLE / APHRON, MINBY / WISE, NINA / HANLON, TERRI / CLEVELAND, ANN / CORY, JOYA / FRIEDMAN, FERN / SLATER, DEBORAH / BARRY, JUDITH / CHA, THERESA / FRIEDMAN, KEN / GAULKE, CHERI / BUCHANAN, NANCY / SLATER, DEBORAH / AZUR, JUDITH / T.R. UTHCO (HALL, DOUG & PROCTOR, JUDY & HALL, DIANE) / FISCHER, MARGARET / GRACE, SHARON / SCARRITT, ALAN / LOWENBERG, RICHARD / GRACE, SHARON / FOX, TERRY / COOK, GEOFFREY / GOLDBARD, ARLENE / CRANE, MICHAEL / HOFFBERG, JUDITH / WILSON, MARTHA / GARNET, ELDON / LOND, HARLEY / WENDT, LARRY / RUPPENTHAL, STEPHEN / ROTHENBERG, JEROME / COOK, GEOFFREY / NICHOL, B.P. / HEIDSIECK, BERNARD / CHOPIN, HENRI / OLIVEROS, PAULINE / MCCARTHY, PAUL
newsstand edition. ART CONTEMPORARY NO. 10. VOL. 3 NO. 2.
La Mamelle Inc., San Francisco, CA.   August 1978.
Periodical. Black and white. Tabloid format. Folded. Editor: Carl E. Loeffler. Artists included: A. Marras, B. Eves, D. Highsmith, L. Thomas, S. Samore, L. Hershman, J. Hanson, M. Roth, M. Gray, D. Higgins, G.B. Beery, G. Younge, G. Morris, Bay Area Dadaists, P. Forte, S. Chapin, D.-D. Hompson, M.A. Wells, C. Soloway, R. Soloway, B. Gaglione, C. Cicatelli, T. Mancusi, M. Cazazza, R. Illardo, C. Loeffler, M. Stofflet, D. Gaglione, N. Frank, E. Tot, T. Rickaby, B. Cleveland, P. Cotton, S. Moore, J. Cutler, J. Corser, G.B. Beery, G. Morris, N. Mawla, S. Weisser, M. Bell, L. Evola, C. Chapline, N.J. Deak, J.C. Shaw, M. Larson, M. Aphron, N. Wise, T. Hanlon, A. Cleveland, J. Cory, F. Friedman, D. Slater, J. Barry, T. Cha, K. Friedman, C. Gaulke, N. Buchanan, D. Slater, J. Azur, T.R. Uthco (D. Hall & J. Proctor & D. Hall), M. Fischer, S. Grace, A. Scarritt, R. Lowenberg, S. Grace, T. Fox, G. Cook, A. Goldbard, M. Crane, J. Hoffberg, M. Wilson, E. Garnet, H. Lond, L. Wendt, S. Ruppenthal, J. Rothenberg, G. Cook, B.P. Nichol, B. Heidsieck, H. Chopin, P. Oliveros and P. McCarthy. Very good condition. Folded: 11.75 x 9". Unfolded: 17 x 23". 27 pages.
Film / Video; Performance Art; Photography.

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MOORMAN, CHARLOTTE / PIENE, OTTO / SIEGEL, ERIC / CLARKE, SHIRLEY / PAIK, NAM JUNE / ABE, SHUYA / VINER, FRANK LINCOLN / DAVIS, DOUGLAS / HOCKING, RALPH / DOMINICK, KEN / PULSA / PICARD, LIL / ONO, YOKO / CHRISTO / YALKUT, JUD / MAC LOW, JACKSON / WILLIAMS, EMMETT / KUBOTA, SHIGEKO / ORTIZ, RALPH / DUGA, DON / BAILLIE, BRUCE / SUNSHINE, RONNY / WISE, DAVID / BRENNAN, DENNIS / MORRELL, GARY / BUEHLER, DAVID / LINDER, CARL / COWAN, BOB / IIMURA, TAKAHIKO / GREENFIELD, AMY / BATTOCK, GREGORY / HANSEN, AL / HENDRICKS, GEOFF / HIGGINS, DICK / LEVINE, LES / KAPROW, ALLAN / KITCHEL, NANCY
Three documents related to the 9th annual New York Avant Garde Festival, November 19, 1971.
Self-published, New York, NY.   November 19, 1971.
For Immediate release: Plans for the 8th Annual New York Avant Garde Festival. Press release. Black and white. Photocopied. Folded. Artists included: O. Piene, E. Siegel, S. Clarke, N.J. Paik, S. Abe, F.L. Viner, D. Davis, R. Hockings, K. Dominick, Pulsa, L. Picard, Y. Ono, Christo, J. Yalkut, J. Mac Low, E. Williams, S. Kubota, R. Ortiz and others. Very good condition. Light folding at upper left corner. 14 x 8.5".

FILM PROGRAM. Film program. Black and white. Photocopied. Included: D. Duga, B. Baillie, R. Sunshine, D. Wise, D. Brennan, G. Morrell, D. Buehler, C. Linder, B. Cowan, T. Iimura, A. Greenfield and others. Very good condition. Light buckling along top edge. .5" tear at upper right corner. 11 x 8.5".

program. Black and white. Photocopied. Folded in half. Included: S. Abe and N.J. Paik, G. Battock, A. Hansen, G. Hendricks, D. Higgins, L. Levine, A. Kaprow, N. Kitchel and others. Very good condition. 11 x 8.5".

Film / Video; Performance Art.

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TYLER, RICHARD O. / PORTER, BEN / HERMAN, JAN JACOB / WEISSNER, CARL / BURROUGHS, WILLIAM / LEWIS, PAUL / MAC LOW, JACKSON / HIGGINS, DICK / FOX, HUGH / LOONIN, LARRY / GILLESPIE, A. LINCOLN / BLAZEK, DOUGLAS / BUKOWSKI, CHARLES / YAKAITIS, LAWRENCE / RICCIO, OTTONE
ABYSS. Volume Three, Number One.
Abyss Publications, Somerville, MA.   Spring 1971.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Cover by R.O. Tyler. Edited by Gerard Dombrowski and Dick Higgins. Contributors: R.O. Tyler, B. Porter, J.J. Herman, C. Weissner, W. Burroughs, P. Lewis, J. Mac Low, D. Higgins, H. Fox, L. Loonin, A.L. Gillespie, D. Blazek, C. Bukowski, L. Yakaitis and O. Riccio. Very good minus condition. Cover shows wear and sunning along binding. 11 x 8.5". Unpaginated. 43 pages.
Concrete Poetry / Visual Poetry; Literature and Poetry.

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