ANDRE, CARL / BARRY, ROBERT / BUREN, DANIEL / DIBBETS, JAN / HUEBLER, DOUGLAS / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / LEWITT, SOL / LONG, RICHARD / N.E. THING COMPANY LTD. (BAXTER, IAIN & INGRID) / SMITHSON, ROBERT / WEINER, LAWRENCE July, August, September 1969 / Juillet, Aout, Septembre 1969 / Juli, August, September 1969. CARL ANDRE, ROBERT BARRY, DANIEL BUREN, JAN DIBBETS, DOUGLAS HUEBLER, JOSEPH KOSUTH, SOL LEWITT, RICHARD LONG, N.E. THING CO. LTD., ROBERT SMITHSON, LAWRENCE WEINER. Seth Siegelaub, New York, NY. July 1, 1969.
Exhibition catalog. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Catalog serves as a guide to works created and presented in eleven different locations around the world. Text in English, French, and German. Artists included: Carl Andre, Robert Barry, Daniel Buren, Jan Dibbets, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Kosuth, Sol Lewitt, Richard Long, N.E. Thing Company Ltd. (Baxter, Iain & Ingrid), Robert Smithson and Lawrence Weiner. Very good condition. Light rubbing along spine. 11 x 8.25". 26 pages. Reference: pp. 143 - 144 Esthetique du livre d'artiste. Anne Moeglin-Delcroix. Jean-Michel Place / Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris, France. 1997; p. 106 Six Years: The dematerialization of the art object from 1966 to 1972. edited and annotated by Lucy R. Lippard. Studio Vista, London, UK. 1973; p. 21 Book as Artwork 1960/72. Germano Celant. Nigel Greenwood Inc. Ltd., London, UK. 1972; p. 34 3rd ArtistBook International. Cologne 1996. ArtistBook International, Paris, France. 1996. Conceptual Art.
$ 150.00 Book Item# 5771w
BECK, ROBERT / BEUYS, JOSEPH / COLEMAN, JOE / EL HANANI, JACOB / ELIASSON, OLAFUR / FINCH, SPENCER / FITZPATRICK, TONY / FORD, WALTON / GRINNELL, TOLAND / LEWITT, SOL / MELLYN, SEAN / MILLS, WES / MOFFETT, DONALD / PANAMARENKO / SACHS, TOM / SMITH, CARY / VIOLA, BILL / BURTYNSKY, EDWARD / COPLANS, JOHN / FONTCUBERTA, JOAN / LEMIEUX, ANNETTE / MANN, SALLY / MATTA-CLARK, GORDON / METZKER, RAY / O'NEIL, MICHAEL / PARKER, CORNELIA / SERRANO, ANDRES / WELLING, JAMES / CLOSE, CHUCK / GILLESPIE, GREGORY / KOONS, JEFF / MIRO, JOAN / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / RICHTER, GERHARD / RYMAN, ROBERT / SULTAN, DONALD / WEEMS, CARRIE MAE / WILSON, DONALD ROLLER / BEERY, GENE / BOCHNER, MEL / CAGE, JOHN / DARBOVEN, HANNE / FLAVIN, DAN / HOUSHIARY, SHIRAZEH / ISAAC, JEFFREY / KAZUKO / NATZ, HELGA / PEARSON, HENRY / SMITH, TONY ACQUIRING TASTE. Work from the collections of Janice and Mickey Cartin, RObinson and Nancy Grover, Peter Hirschl and Lisa Silvestri, The LeWitt Collection. Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT. February 23 - June 30, 2002.
Exhibition catalog. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Artists included: R. Beck, J. Beuys, J. Coleman, J. El Hanani, O. Eliasson, S. Finch, T. Fitzpatrick, W. Ford, T. Grinnell, S. LeWitt, S. Mellyn, W. Mills, D. Moffett, Panamarenko, T. Sachs, C. Smith, B. Viola, E. Burtynsky, J. Coplans, J. Fontcuberta, A. Lemieux, S. Mann, G. Matta-Clark, R. Metzker, M. O'Neil, C. Parker, A. Serrano, J. Welling, C. Close, G. Gillespie, J. Koons, J. Miro, R. Rauschenberg, G. Richter, R. Ryman, D. Sultan, C.M. Weems, D.R. Wilson, G. Beery, M. Bochner, J. Cage, H. Darboven, D. Flavin, S. Houshiary, J. Isaac, Kazuko, H. Natz, H. Pearson and T. Smith. Essay: Steven A. Holmes. Very good condition. Light shelf wear. 9 x 6". 125 pages. ISBN#: 0971785902
$ 25.00 Book Item# 13793w
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
CHERIX, CHRISTOPHE / ADER, BAS JAN / BROUWN, STANLEY / DARBOVEN, HANNE / DIBBETS, JAN / VAN ELK, GER / GILBERT & GEORGE / LEWITT, SOL / POSENENSKE, CHARLOTTE / RUPPERSBERG, ALLEN / WEINER, LAWRENCE In & Out of Amsterdam. Travels in Conceptual Art, 1960 - 1976. Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. 2009.
Exhibition catalog. Color and black and white. Chipboard hard covers. Stitch bound. Artists included: B.J. Ader, S. Brouwn, H. Darboven, J. Dibbets, G. Van Elk, Gilbert & George, S. Lewitt, C. Posenenske, A. Ruppersberg and L. Weiner. Text by C. Cherix, Rini Dippel, Christian Rattemeyer and Phillip Van den Bossche. Very good condition. In original plastic shrinkwrap. Pressure from shrinkwrap has lightly bent the upper right corner. 12.25 x 9". 170 pages. ISBN#: 9780870707537
$ 35.00 Book Item# 13496w
CHILDS, LUCINDA / GLASS, PHILIP / LEWITT, SOL / EMMONS, BEVERLY / GIANNI, CHRISTINA A. / GIBSON, JON / HISKEY, IRIS / KRIPL, JACK / MUNKACSI, KURT / PECK, RICHARD / RIESMAN, MICHAEL / CONLEY, GRAHAM / HEDSTROM, CYNTHIA / MATTHIESSEN, ERIN / MCCUSKER, DANIEL / OSBERG, SUSAN / PADOW, JUDY / PECK, ANDRE / WALKER, MEGAN / SEDER, ROBERT / GERBERG, ALAN / GABRIEL, PAUL / VAN DE CRAATS, CHARLES / RINZLER, LISA / NEUBURGER, JOHN / CAREY, ABBIE / DEVAN, BRUCE / MATH, STUART / PETERSEN, MARK / BLINX, ANDY / KREUTZER, PETER / WINARD, ROSALIE / VIDEART / HUI, RODDY / ZIMITS, LISA BAM MAGAZINE. Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY. November 29 - December 2, 1979.
Periodical / program. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Artists included: L. Childs, P.Glass, S. LeWitt, B. Emmons, A.C. Gianni, J. Gibson, I. Hiskey, J. Kripl, K. Munkacsi, R. Peck, M. Riesman, G. Conley, C. Hedstrom, E. Matthiessen, D. McCusker, S. Osberg, P. Gabriel, C. van de Craats, L. Rinzler, J. Neuburger, A. Carey, B. Devan, S. Math, M. Petersen, A. Blinx, P. Kreutzer, R. Winard, Videart, R. Hui and L. Zimits. Very good condition. 11 x 8.25". Unpaginated. Dance; Film / Video; Music.
$ 30.00 Book Item# 9060w
DAVIS, RON / DINE, JIM / GRAVES, NANCY / HOCKNEY, DAVID / LEWITT, SOL / LICHTENSTEIN, ROY / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / STELLA, FRANK Olympian Gestures. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. June 7 - October 7, 1984.
Exhibition brochure. Red on white paper. One folded sheet. Artists included: R. Davis, J. Dine, N. Graves, D. Hockney, S. Lewitt, R. Lichtenstein, R. Rauschenberg and F. Stella. Very good condition. Crease at lower right corner. 11 x 8.5". "The eight monumental works of contemporary art in this exhibition are united by two factors: the internationally recognized stature of their makers and the individual artist's attempt to synthesize his main stylistic and thematic ideas into a single summary work." Reference: Olympian Gestures. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. June 7 - October 7, 1984.
$ 20.00 Ephemera Item# 13026w
HUEBLER, DOUGLAS / ANTIN, ELEANOR / CALZOLARI, PIER PAOLO / SALVO (MANGIONE, SALVATORE) / BOETTI, ALIGHIERO / DARBOVEN, HANNE / ZUCK, TIM / ASKEVOLD, DAVID / GOODYEAR, JOHN / WEINER, LAWRENCE / MAZURQUIL, ROGER / HARPER, CHARLES / OSTROW, SAUL / BLUME, DAVID / LEVINE, LES / MACDONALD, ROBERT / KITE, CAROLYN / DIMITRIJEVIC, BRACO / PEARSON, JOHN / LIPPARD, LUCY R. / MAEYAMA, TADASHI / KURIYAMA, KUNIMASA / KANEKO, SHYOJI / TANAQUA, KODO / SUNOHARA, TOSHIYUKI / SATO, HIDEHARU / MIZUKAMI, JUN / KAWATSU, HIROSHI / MATSUZAWA, YUTAKA / FERGUSON, GERALD / BOEZEM, MARINUS / BROUWN, STANLEY / DIBBETS, JAN / VAN RAVENSTEIGN, ADRIAN / BURGY, DONALD / BARRY, ROBERT / COOK, CHRISTOPHER / RUSCHA, EDWARD / CUMMING, ROBERT / DENES, AGNES / PIPER, ADRIAN / HAACKE, HANS / BALDESSARI, JOHN / LEWITT, SOL / FISCHER, KONRAD / BUREN, DANIEL / GILBERT & GEORGE / BECHER, BERND & HILLA / KOZLOWSKI, JAROSLAW / JARDEN, RICHARDS Duration Piece #8. Global. Castelli Gallery, New York, NY / Galleria Sperone, Turin, Italy. October 1973.
Artists' book. Black and white. Tabloid format. Editor: D. Huebler. Contributors: E. Antin, P.P. Calzolari, Salvo, A. Boetti, H. Darboven, T. Zuck, D. Askevold, J. Goodyear, L. Weiner, R. Mazurquil, C. Harper, S. Ostrow, D. Blume, L. Levine, J. Burnham, R. MacDonlad, C. Kite, B. Dimitrijevic, J. Pearson, L.R. Lippard, T. Maeyama, K. Kuriyama, S. Kaneko, K. Tamaqua, T. Sunohara, H. Sato, J. Misukami, H. Kawatsu, Y. Matsuzawa, G. Ferguson, M. Boezem, S. Brouwn, J. Dibbets, A. van Ravensteign, D. Burgy, R. Barry, C. Cook, E. Ruscha, R. Cumming, A. Denes, A. Piper, H. Haacke, J. Baldessari, S. LeWitt, K. Fischer, D. Buren, Gilbert & George, B. & H. Becher, J. Kozlowski and R. Jarden. Edition of 2000 copies. Excellent condition. 16 x 11.5". 50 pages. Conceptual Art.
$ 150.00 Book Item# 6329w
LEWITT, SOL SOL LEWITT. Ugo Ferranti, Rome, Italy. September 19, 1980.
Exhibition poster. Color offset lithograph printed. Folded. Very good condition. Unfolded: 23.5 x 23.5". Minimalism.
$ 200.00 Ephemera Item# 8982w
LEWITT, SOL A collection of 12 photographs documenting Sol Lewitt wall drawings, works on paper, and a sculpture. Various publishers. 1967 - 1974.
A line drawn from the lower left corner of the wall to a point halfway between the center of the wall and the midpoint of the left side. Gelatin silver print of a wall drawing installed at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, NY, 1974. Verso has an affixed label with title and attribution and two rubber stampings, one with the name and address of John Weber Gallery, New York, NY, and the other crediting Geoffrey Clements Photography. Very good condition. Very light creasing at bottom right edge. 8.25 x 9".
All combinations of arcs, straight lines, not-straight lines and broken lines that cross. (detail). Gelatin silver print of a wall drawing installed at John Weber Gallery, New York, NY, 1973. Verso has affixed label and two rubber stampings, one crediting the photograph to John Weber Gallery, and the other crediting Walter Russell Art Photographer. Numbered in pen. Very good condition. Very light creasing at bottom right edge. 8 x 10".
All possible crossing combinations of arcs, straight lines, lines not straight & broken lines. Gelatin silver print of a wall drawing installed in Spoleto, Italy, June 1972. Title and attribution written in black felt pen on verso. Numbered 8 in blue ballpoint pen on verso. Verso has two rubber stampings, one crediting the photograph to John Weber Gallery, and the other from Fotocine Lucarini, Spoleto. Very good condition. Light crease at bottom left edge. 7.25 x 9.5".
All possible crossing combinations of arcs, straight lines, lines not straight & broken lines. Gelatin silver print of a wall drawing installed in Spoleto, Italy, June 1972. Title and attribution written in black felt pen on verso. Numbered 4 in blue ballpoint pen on verso. Verso has a rubber stamping from Fotocine Lucarini, Spoleto. Very good condition. 9.5 x 7.25".
All ifs, ands or buts connected with green lines. 1973. Gelatin silver print of a 9" x 12" ink on printed paper piece. Verso has attached label with title and attribution. Very good condition. Light buckling and edge wear at top edge. Upper left corner bumped. 10 x 8".
Drawing #8 (4-part). Gelatin silver print of an ink on paper drawing, 1969. Verso has an attached label from Dwan Gallery with title and attribution, with pen corrections and notations. Very good condition. Light buckling at top edge. 1/8" tear and light creasing at left edge. 10 x 8".
Ten Thousand Lines One Inch Long Randomly Placed and Evenly Distributed on each wall. Gelatin silver print of a wall drawing installed in Finch College Museum, 1972. Verso has affixed label with title and attribution citing John Weber Gallery, New York, NY. Very good condition. Very light edge wear. 8 x 10".
Horiz. ink lines not-straight and broken. Gelatin silver print of an ink on paper piece, 1972. Verso has attached label with title and attribution, with pen corrections. Verso has two rubber stampings, one crediting John Weber Gallery and the other crediting photographers Robert E. Mates and Paul Katz. Very good condition. Upper right corner creased. Six reddish splattered stains on verso. Small stain on recto. 10 x 8".
10,000 lines 2" long. Gelatin silver print of a pencil on paper piece, 1972. Verso has attached label with title and attribution. Verso has two rubber stampings, one crediting John Weber Gallery and the other crediting photographers Robert E. Mates and Paul Katz. Very good condition. Light crease on lower left corner. 10 x 8".
Drawing for 47 3 part variations on 3 different kinds of cubes. Gelatin silver print of an ink on paper piece, 1967, from the collection of Donald Judd. Verso has attached label with title and attribution. Very good condition. Light creasing along right edge. 10 x 8".
333/ SEVEN THREE-PART VARIATIONS USING A CUBE WITH ONE SIDE REMOVED (3). Gelatin silver print of an ink on paper piece. Very good condition. 1/8" tear to top edge. Lower left corner creased. 8.25 x 10".
Untitled. Gelatin silver print of a sculpture. Sol Lewitt is written in pencil on verso. Verso rubber stamped Martin Malburet, Paris, France, 1974. Very good condition. Light creasing at bottom edge. Light staining to verso. 7 x 5". Minimalism; Photography.
$ 725.00 Edition Item# 12951w
LEWITT, SOL four basic kinds of Straight lines. . . Studio International, London, UK. 1969.
Artist's book. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Inscribed and signed on last page. Good condition. Cover detached, with soiling to lower right front corner and 1-inch tear to tail of spine. 1-inch diagonal crease to lower right corner of pages, and the back cover and last page are damp stained. Pages clean and unmarked. Unpaginated. 32 pages.
$ 200.00 Book Item# 14182w
LEWITT, SOL Untitled. 1975.
Mail art. Postcard sent to Doug Debber. Color and black and white. Offset lithograph printed commercial postcard with a drawing of gridded lines on the verso. Initialed. Very good condition. Verso toned and .5-inch crease to lower right corner and light edge wear. 3.5 x 5.5". Conceptual Art; Correspondence Art / Mail Art; Minimalism.
$ 550.00 Ephemera Item# 14183w
LEWITT, SOL SOL LEWITT. ONE SET OF NINE PIECES. Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. April 1967.
Exhibition poster. Brown on tan paper. Offset lithograph printed. Folded. Annotated with numerical notes/calculations, inscribed, signed and dated in faded pen on recto. Fair condition. Laid down on mat board. .125-inch mat burn around perimeter of recto. Poster: 14 x 14". Mat board: 18.25 x 18".
$ 200.00 Ephemera Item# 14242w
LEWITT, SOL / ANTES, HORST / SPIES, MANFRED documenta. Wundertute & Lucky dip. Documenta, Kassel, Germany. 1982.
Multiple. Printed waxed bag from Documenta 7 containing an assortment of documents and artists' contributions, comprising 26 items: 2 collages (one labeled Le Witt, Sol on verso), a Horst Antes exhibition catalog, a Manfred Spies poster, 2 photographs, 2 stickers, 2 postcards, 4 objects/multiples/readymades, a sealed envelope, a slide, a double-sided mini photocopy, 7 appropriated pieces of ephemera (sewing patterns, labels, etc.) and 3 paper/fabric samples. Very good condition. Water damage to two pieces of ephemera and one postcard. Bag is crumpled and torn. Overall: 16 x 13".
$ 450.00 Edition Item# 13923w
MONFERINI, AUGUSTA / CONSAGRA, PIETRO / PRESTI, ANTONIO / MAGNELLI, ALBERTO / LICINI, OSVALDO / KOUNELLIS, GIANNI / ROTELLA, MIMMO / SCIALOJA, TOTI / PATRICK POIRIER, ANNE E. / CORPORA, ANTONIO / MONACHESI, SANTE / SANTOMASO / FEININGER, LYONEL / LORENZETTI, CARLO / HOCKNEY, DAVID / STRAZZA, GUIDO / BECKMANN, MAX / CECCOBELLI, BRUNO / FONTANA, LUCIO / DE PISIS, FILIPPO / CARRË, CARLO / PULSONI, ENRICO / ECHAURREN, PABLO / TANCREDI / SAVINIO, ALBERTO / TADINI, EMILIO / MORRIS, ROBERT / ANDRE, CARL / FLAVIN, DAN / LEWITT, SOL / BASSE, PATRICK / KOULBAK, VICTOR / VOSSBERG, TITUS TRIDENTE QUATTRO. ROMA 1989. Tecniche nell'arte. Societa Poligrafica Editrice, Rome, Italy. 1989.
Exhibition catalogue. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Artists included: A. Magnelli, O. Licini, G. Kounellis, M. Rotella, T. Scialoja, A.E. Patrick Poirier, A. Corpera, S. Monachesi, Santomaso, L. Feininger, C. Lorenzetti, D. Hockney, G. Strazza, M. Beckmann, B. Ceccobelli, L. Fontana, F. de Pisis, C. Carra, E. Pulsoni, P. Echaurren, Tancredi, A. Savinio, E. Tadini, R. Morris, C. Andre, D. Flavin, S. Lewitt, P. Basse, V. Koulbak and T. Vossberg. Text: A. Monferini, P. Consagra and A. Presti. Very good condition. 9 x 8.25". 66 pages.
$ 25.00 Book Item# 13877w
OPPENHEIM, DENNIS / RUTHENBECK, REINER / SERRA, RICHARD / HEIZER, MICHAEL / HUTCHINSON, PETER / INSLEY, WILL / LEWITT, SOL / MORRIS, ROBERT / BOLLINGER, BILL / CHRISTO / FERRER, RAFAEL / FULTON, HAMISH / GLASS, PHILIP / SMITHSON, ROBERT / SONNIER, KEITH LETTERS. np, Long Beach, NJ. July 11 - 31, 1969.
Exhibition catalogue. Black and white. Letter, curriculum vitae, six text leaves, five maps, 26 letters/sketches and five documentation photographs enclosed in a cardboard box. The letter, written to Dr. Peter Sammartine is signed by Phillips M. Simkin. Text: Lenore Malen. Very good minus condition. Box corners are torn, and the box top is slightly crushed. Contents sizes vary. Box: 12 x 9.5 x 1.5". "The diversity of form and media in the most current of contemporary art is well represented in this exhibition of fourteen artists making projects on 30 acres of flat, marshy, Long Beach Island. A dominant sensibility of direction seems to emerge even from this individualistic gathering. This show of earthworks and other projects, clearly an extension of modernism in many cases of cognition and perception, indeed, with the object of that perception, the visable environment. The subject matter and the 'pictorial quality' of some of the current work might make it seem like a contemporary retun to landscape art. But if landscape traditionally connotes 'nature' separate and framed, possibly idealized, then these works are better defined as topographical, or site projects of the earth dealt with on its own monumental, often crude scale." Reference: LETTERS. np, Long Beach, NJ. July 11 - 31, 1969; p. 106 Six Years: The dematerialization of the art object from 1966 to 1972: . . . Lucy R. Lippard and Studio Vista, London, UK. 1973. Environmental Art / Land Art.
$ 1800.00 Book Item# 8997w
RIVERS, LARRY / JOHNS, JASPER / DINE, JIM / OLDENBURG, CLAES / LICHTENSTEIN, ROY / ROSENQUIST, JAMES / WARHOL, ANDY / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / RUSCHA, EDWARD / KELLY, ELLSWORTH / KATZ, ALEX / CONNER, BRUCE / GOLUB, LEON / STELLA, FRANK / SHIELDS, ALAN / ARTSCHWAGER, RICHARD / NAUMAN, BRUCE / LEWITT, SOL / ACCONCI, VITO / DAVIS, RONALD / KIENHOLZ, EDWARD / PASCHKE, ED / GRAVES, NANCY / CLOSE, CHUCK / ESTES, RICHARD / WILEY, WILLIAM T. / JACQUETTE, YVONNE / STEIR, PAT / STUART, MICHELLE / ROTHENBERG, SUSAN / HOLZER, JENNY / SORMAN, STEVEN / BENGLIS, LYNDA / BARTLETT, JENNIFER / SULTAN, DONALD / AFRICANO, NICHOLAS / MURRAY, ELIZABETH / BOSMAN, RICHARD / BUCK, JOHN / FISCHL, ERIC / SOLIEN, T.L. / WINTERS, TERRY / LONGO, ROBERT / TRUE, DAVID / TURRELL, JAMES / DUNHAM, CARROLL FIRST IMPRESSIONS. Early Prints by Forty-six Contemporary Artists. Hudson Hills Press, New York, NY / Walker Art Center Minneapolis, MN. 1989.
Exhibition catalog. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Each artist is represented by a reproduced print and brief essay. Artists: L. Rivers, J. Johns, J. Dine, C. Oldenburg, R. Lichtenstein, J. Rosenquist, A. Warhol, R. Rauschenberg, E. Ruscha, E. Kelly, A. Katz, B. Conner, L. Golub, F. Stella, A. Shields, R. Artschwager, B. Nauman, S. LeWitt, V. Acconci, R. Davis, E. Kienholz, E. Paschke, N. Graves, C. Close, R. Estes, W.T. Wiley, Y. Jacquette, P. Steir, M. Stuart, S. Rothenberg, J. Holzer, S. Sorman, L. Benglis, J. Bartlett, D. Sultan, N. Africano, E. Murray, R. Bosman, J. Buck, E. Fischl, T.L. Solien, T. Winters, R. Longo, D. True, J. Turrell and C. Dunham. Text: Elizabeth Armstrong and Sheila McGuire. First edition. Very good condition. 10.5 x 9". 149 pages. Exhibition traveled to Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN. June 4 - September 10, 1989 / Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, TX. December 2, 1989 - January 21, 1990 / Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD. February 25 - April 22, 1990 / Neuberger Museum, State University of New York, Purchase, NY. June 21 - September 16, 1990. "First Impressions explores the early graphic work of forty-six contemporary American artists who are widely recognized for their contributions to printmaking. Less well known, however, are the first prints and multiples by these painters and sculptors. This study examines their earliest publications, focusing on the first editions they produced under the auspices of a publisher or a professional printer." Reference: p. 9 FIRST IMPRESSIONS. Early Prints by Forty-six Contemporary Artists. Hudson Hills Press, New York, NY / Walker Art Center Minneapolis, MN. 1989. ISBN#: 1555950183 Pop Art.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 1449w
WINSOR, JACKIE / LEWITT, SOL / FRIED, HOWARD / AYCOCK, ALICE / BROUWN, STANLEY / WALTHER, FRANZ ERHARD / DARBOVEN, HANNE / DE MARIA, WALTER / WEINER, LAWRENCE Avalanche. Spring 1972. Number Four. Kineticism Press, New York, NY. 1972.
Artists' periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Editor: Liza Bear. Artists included: J. Winsor, S. LeWitt, H. Fried, A. Aycock, S. Brouwn, F.E. Walther, H. Darboven, W. De Maria and L. Weiner. Very good condition. 9.25 x 9.5". 72 numbered pages. Conceptual Art; Minimalism.
$ 250.00 Book Item# 8160w
WOIMANT, FRANCOISE / CLAIR, JEAN / PERNOUD, EMMANUEL / LASCAULT, GILBERT / KLIMT, GUSTAV / SCHIELE, EGON / BONNARD, PIERRE / VUILLARD, EDOUARD / DUFY, RAOUL / ROUAULT, GEORGES / KLINGER, MAX / KIRCHNER, ERNST LUDWIG / MUNCH, EDVARD / MANET, EDOUARD / DERAIN, ANDRE / VILLON, JACQUES / CHAGALL, MARC / MATISSE, HENRI / PICASSO, PABLO / MATTA, ROBERTO / BRAUNER, VICTOR / TAPIES, ANTONI / FRANCIS, SAM / JOHNS, JASPER / LEWITT, SOL / DINE, JIM / LICHTENSTEIN, ROY / BRUS, GUNTER / FREUD, LUCIAN / BASELITZ, GEORG / LE GAC, JEAN / FLANAGAN, BARRY / CLEMENTE, FRANCISCO / SALLE, DAVID / OLDENBURG, CLAES / SERRA, RICHARD / TURRELL, JAMES / FILLIOU, ROBERT De Bonnard Baselitz. l'estampe des novateurs. NOUVELLES DE L'ESTAMPE. No. 122. Bibliothque Nationale, Paris, France. April - June, 1992.
Periodical. Black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Scholarly essays with black and white illustrations. Artists included: G. Klimt, E. Schiele, P. Bonnard, E. Vuillard, R. Dufy, G. Rouault, M. Klinger, E.L. Kirchner, E. Munch, E. Manet, A. Derain, J. Villon, M. Chagall, H. Matisse, P. Picasso, R. Matta, V. Brauner, A. Tapies, S. Francis, J. Johns, S. LeWitt, J. Dine, R. Lichtenstein, G. Brus, L. Freud, G. Baselitz, J. Le Gac, B. Flanagan, F. Clemente, D. Salle, C. Oldenburg, R. Serra, J. Turrell, R. Filliou, and others. Text by F. Woimant, J. Clair, E. Pernoud and G. Lascault. Text in French. Very good condition. Some crimping to wraps along spine. 11.75 x 8.25". 88 pages.