ANDRE, CARL / ARCHIPENKO, ALEXANDER / ARP, JEAN (HANS) / BILL, MAX / CALDER, ALEXANDER / CORNELL, JOSEPH / DEGAS, EDGAR / DERIVERA, JOSE / DI SUVERO, MARK / DUCHAMP, MARCEL / ERNST, MAX / FLANNAGAN, JOHN / GIACOMETTI, ALBERTO / JOHNS, JASPER / JUDD, DONALD / KIENHOLZ, EDWARD / KLEIN, YVES / KRICKE, NORBERT / LACHAISE, GASTON / LIPCHITZ, JACQUES / LIPTON, SEYMOUR / MAILLOL, ARISTIDE / RAY, MAN / MATISSE, HENRI / MINNE, GEORGE / MOORE, HENRY / NADELMAN, ELIE / NEVELSON, LOUISE / OLDENBURG, CLAES / RICKEY, GEORGE / RODIN, AUGUSTE / ROSSO, MEDARDO / SMITH, DAVID / STORRS, JOHN / TINGUELY, JEAN / VOULKOS, PETER MODERN SCULPTURE. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN WORKS IN WEST COAST COLLECTIONS. Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery, College Five, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA. February 13 - March 13, 1977.
Exhibition brochure. Black and white. Folded. Text by Nan Rosenthal Piene. Artists included: C. Andre, A. Archipenko, J.H. Arp, M. Bill, A. Calder, J. Cornell, E. Degas, J. Derivera, M. Di Suvero, M. Duchamp, M. Ernst, J. Flannagan, A. Giacometti, J. Johns, D. Judd, E. Kienholz, Y. Klein, N. Kricke, G. LaChaise, J. Lipchitz, S. Lipton, A. Maillol, M. Ray, H. Matisse, G. Minne, H. Moore, E. Nadelman, L. Nevelson, C. Oldenburg, G. Rickey, A. Rodin, M. Rosso, D. Smith, J. Storrs, J. Tinguely and P. Voulkos. Very good condition. Folded: 8.5 x 5.5". Unfolded: 8.5 x 22". Unpaginated. "This exhibition was prepared by eighteen undergraduates in the fall-winter 1976-77 course, "Introduction to Museum Work," College Five, UC Santa Cruz. The students planned the contents of the exhibition, researched the whereabouts of potential loans from public and private collections on the West Coast, processed loans, and prepared the checklist, poster, invitation, and publicity. They tackled the challenge of designing and constructing an installation of forty objects of diverse style and scale in a limited gallery space and organized docent talks about the relationship of the exhibition to major movements in modern sculpture. They also raised funds deftly to supplement a budget meager for the ambition of the exhibition." Reference: MODERN SCULPTURE. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN WORKS IN WEST COAST COLLECTIONS, Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery, College Five, University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA. February 13 - March 13, 1977.
$ 25.00 Ephemera Item# 12247w
ARTCHWAGER, RICHARD / OLDENBURG, CLAES / SCHREIBER, SYLVIA / NELE, E.R. Stattzeitung in und um Kassel. Nr. 80. Stattzeitung und Verlag Gmbh, Kassel, Germany. August 1982.
Periodical. Black and white on newsprint. Wrappers. Staple bound. Includes one page insert. Articles on R. Artschwager, C. Oldenburg, S. Schreiber, E.R. Nele and others. Text in German. Very good condition. Edges of insert chipped. 11.75 x 8.25". 79 pages.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 1149w
DINE, JIM / FRANKENTHALER, HELEN / GLARNER, FRITZ / INDIANA, ROBERT / JOHNS, JASPER / LICHTENSTEIN, ROY / MOTHERWELL, ROBERT / NEWMAN, BARNETT / OLDENBURG, CLAES / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / ROSENQUIST, JAMES / RUSCHA, EDWARD / STELLA, FRANK / THIEBAUD, WAYNE / TWOMBLY, CY / WARHOL, ANDY / WESSELMANN, TOM AMERICAN PRINTS FROM THE SIXTIES. Susan Sheehan Gallery, New York, NY. November - December 1989.
Exhibition catalog. Color and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Includes three fold-out pages. Each pictured print is accompanied by a brief description. Artists included: J. Dine, H. Frankenthaler, F. Glarner, R. Indiana, J. Johns, R. Lichtenstein, R. Motherwell, B. Newman, C. Oldenberg, R. Rauschenberg, J. Rosenquist, E. Ruscha, F. Stella, W. Thiebaud, C. Twombly, A. Warhol, and T. Wesselmann. Very good condition. 10.5 x 8.25". Unpaginated. Pop Art.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 1469w
DINE, JIM / OLDENBURG, CLAES / SEGAL, GEORGE DINE OLDENBURG SEGAL. painting / sculpture. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. January 14 - February 12, 1967.
Exhibition catalogue. Black and white. Wrappers. Perfect bound. Artists included: J. Dine, C. Oldenburg and G. Segal. Photography: Nancy Astor, Geoffrey Clements, Sherwin Greenberg, Robert McElroy, Peter Moore, Eric Pollitzer, Nathan Rabin, Eric Sutherland and Ron Vickers. Text: William J. Withrow, Brydon Smith, Alan Soloman, Ellen H. Johnson and Robert Pincus-Witten. Very good condition. Rubber stamped GLICKSMAN on the title page. 12 x 9". Unpaginated. Exhibition traveled to Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY. February 24 - March 26, 1967. Pop Art.
$ 30.00 Book Item# 9320w
JUDD, DONALD / ALBERS, JOSEPH / APPEL, KAREL / ARAKAWA, SHUSAKU / ARNESON, ROBERT / ARP, JEAN (HANS) / ARTSCHWAGER, RICHARD / HACMANN, HERMANN / BARDONE, GUY / BASSINE, BEULAH / BEAL, JACK / BEAL, SONDRA / BEARDEN, ROMARE / BIEDERMAN, CHARLES / BIRILLO, BEN / BODIN, PAUL / BRECHT, GEORGE / BRIGGS, ERNEST / BUCKMINSTER, FULLER R. / BYARS, JAMES LEE / CADORET, MICHEL / CALDER, ALEXANDER / CARLBERG, NORMAN / CARRACIOLO, GIOVANNI BATTISTA / CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN / CHRISTO / CONNER, BRUCE / CORNELL, JOSEPH CURTIS, RONALD / DE KOONING, ELAINE / DE KOONING, WILLEM / DELAUNAY, ROBERT / DE MARIA, WALTER / DOYLE, TOM / DUCHAMP, MARCEL / DURER, ALBRECHT / EARLE, BILL / ERNST, JIMMY / EVANS, JAN / FABRICANT, DONALD / FELDMAN, JOSEPH / FERBER, HERBERT / FLAVIN, DAN / FORAKIS, PETER / FORSBERG, JOAN / FRAKENTHALER, HELEN / GIACOMETTI, ALBERTO / GOLDBERG, MICHAEL / GORKY, ARSHILE / GOTTLIEB, ADOLPH / GROSSBLATT, DAVID / GUEVARA, JOSE / GUSSOW, ALAN / HENDRICK, JOSEPH / HESSE, EVA / HIGGINS, EDWARD / HOFFMAN, HANS / HOSSDORK, HEINZ / IANNONE UPHAM, DOROTHY / INDIANA, ROBERT / IWATA, SHIGEYOSHI / JOHNS, JASPER / JONES, MAILLOU LOIS / KANDINSKY, WASSILY / KELLY, ELLSWORTH / KIENHOLZ, EDWARD / KITAJ, R.B. / KLEIN, YVES / KLINE, FRANZ / KUSUDA, SHINGO / LICHTENSTEIN, ROY / LOEW, MICHAEL / LOHMER, HERHARD / MACK, HEINZ / MANGOLD, ROBERT / MARTIN, AGNES / MCFADDEN, ELIZABETH / MIRO, JOAN / MIHASHITA, TAD / MORENO, ROSARIO / MORRIS, ROBERT / MOTHERWELL, ROBERT / MOTONAGA, SADAMASA / MYERS, FORREST / NAPOLI, GIUSEPPE / NATTIER, JEAN MARC / NOLAND, KENNETH / OKADA, KENZO / OLDENBURG, CLAES / O'KEEFE, GEORGIA / OLIVEIRA, NATHAN / ORTMAN, GEORGE / OROZCO, JOSE CLEMENTE / PAN, MARTA / PICARD, LIL / PICASSO, PABLO / POLLOCK, JACKSON / RABINOWITZ, JACOB / RAUSCHENBERG, ROBERT / REINHARDT, AD / RIVERA, DIEGO / ROSENQUIST, JAMES / ROTH, FRANK / ROTHKO, MARK / ROTHSTEIN, SERENA / SAINT-PHALLE, NIKI / SAMARAS, LUCAS / SCHAPIRO, MIRIAM / SCHMIDT, ARNOLD / SEGAL, GEORGE / SELAVY, RROSE / SHAPIRO, MANHEIM / SHINODA, TOKO / SHIRAKI, SHOICHI / SIMPSON, DAVID / SMITH, TONY / SNOW, MICHAEL / SONNENBERG, JACK / SPOONER, MALCOLM / STEARNS, THOMAS / STELLA, FRANK / STRICKLAND, THOMAS / STRIDER, MARJORIE / SUZUKI, JAMES / TANGUY, YVES / THIEBAUD, WAYNE / TINGUELY, JEAN / TOBEY, MARK / TREIMAN, JOYCE / TWOMBLY, CY / UECKER, GUNTHER / UNCINI, GIUSEPPE / VAN BOHEMEN, KEES / VICENTE, ESTEBAN / WARHOL, ANDY / WATTS, ROBERT / WEINER, LAWRENCE / WIEGAND, ROBERT / WILLENBECHER, JOHN / WILSON, SYBIL / YOSHIMURA, MASUNOBU / YU-TIAN, CHEN / ZIGAINA, GIUSEPPE / SMITHSON, ROBERT / SANDLER, IRVING DONALD JUDD. Complete Writings 1959-1975. The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and New York University Press, New York, NY. May 24 - July 6, 1975.
Exhibition catalog. Yellow and black and white. Wrappers. Stitch bound and glued. Artists included: D. Judd, J. Albers, K. Appel, S. Arakawa, R. Arneson, J. Arp, R. Artschwager, H. Hacmann, G. Bardone, B. Bassine, J. Beal, S. Beal, R. Bearden, C. Biederman, B. Birillo, P. Bodin, G. Brecht, E. Briggs, F.R. Buckminster, J.L. Byars, M. Cadoret, A. Calder, N. Carlberg, G.B. Carraciolo, J. Chamberlain, Christo, B. Conner, J. Cornell, R. Curtis, E. De Kooning, W. De Kooning, R. Delaunay, W. De Maria, T. Doyle, M. Duchamp, A. Durer, B. Earle, J. Ernst, J. Evans, D. Fabricant, J. Feldman, H. Ferber, D. Flavin, P. Forakis, J. Forsberg, H. Frakenthaler, A. Giacometti, M. Goldberg, A. Gorky, A. Gottlieb, D. Grossblatt, J. Guevara, A. Gussow, J. Hendrick, E. Hesse, E. Higgins, H. Hoffman, H. Hossdork, D. Iannone Upham, R. Indiana, S. Iwata, J. Johns, M.L. Jones, W. Kandinsky, E. Kelly, E. Kienholz, R.B. Kitaj, Y. Klein, F. Kline, S. Kusuda, R. Lichtenstein, M. Loew, H. Lohmer, H. Mack, R. Mangold, A. Martin, E. McFadden, J. Miro, T. Mihashita, R. Moreno, R. Morris, R. Motherwell, S. Motonaga, F. Myers, G. Napoli, J.M. Nattier, K. Noland, K. Okada, C. Oldenburg, G. O'Keefe, N. Oliveira, G. Ortman, J.C. Orozco, M. Pan, L. Picard, P. Picasso, J. Pollock, J. Rabinowitz, R. Rauschenberg, A. Reinhardt, D. Rivera, J. Rosenquist, F. Roth, M. Rothko, S. Rothstein, N. Saint-Phalle, L. Samaras, M. Schapiro, A. Schmidt, G. Segal, R. Selavy, M. Shapior, T. Shinoda, S. Shiraki, D. Simpson, T. Smith, M. Snow, J. Sonnenberg, M. Spooner, T. Stearns, F. Stella, T. Stickland, M. Strider, J. Suzuki, Y. Tanguy, W. Thiebaud, J. Tinguely, M. Strider, J. Suzuki, W. Thiebaud, J. Tinguely, M. Tobey, J. Treiman, C. Twombly, G. Uecker, G. Unicini, K. Van Bohemen, E. Vincente, A. Warhol, R. Watts, L. Weiner, R. Wiegand, J. Willenbecher, S. Wilson, M. Yoshimura, C. Yu-Tian, G. Zigaina, R. Smithson, I. Sandler and others. Very good condition minus some sunning to spine. 11 x 8.5". 229 pages. "The job with Arts provided most of my money until the last year. I wrote criticism as a mercenary and would never have written it otherwise. Since there were no set hours and since I could work at home it was a good part time job. It took three or four days to see the shows and perhaps a week or so off and on to write the reviews, which I always put off until the deadline. I can't type, which was a nuisance to everyone." Reference: DONALD JUDD. Complete Writings 1959-1975. The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and New York University Press, New York, NY. May 24 - July 6, 1975. ISBN#: 0919616089 Minimalism.
$ 250.00 Item# 12487w
NONAS, RICHARD / BERHANG, MATTIE / BERTOLDI, ALLEN / BILLS, TOM / BLADE / CALDER, ALEXANDER / CHAMBERLAIN, JOHN / COOGAN, JAY / DILL, TERRY / DI SUVERO, MARK / FLORES / HUNT, BRYAN / HUNT, RICHARD / JUDD, DONALD / KELLY, ELLSWORTH / KLEM, TOM / LYE / NEUBERT, GEORGE / NEVELSON, LOUISE / NEWMAN, BARNETT / NOGUCHI, ISAMU / OLDENBURG, CLAES / PEPPER, BEVERLY / SAMARAS, LUCAS / SANDERS / SERRA, RICHARD / SHAPIRO, DAVID / SMITH, DAVID / SMITH, TONY / SMITHSON, ROBERT / STANKIEWICZ, RICHARD / TANE, SETH / ZUCKER, BARBARA SCULPTURE / THE TRADITION IN STEEL. Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts, Roslyn Harbor, NY. October 9, 1983 - January 22, 1984.
Poster. Black on white. Offset lithograph printed. Poster by R. Nonas. Artists included: R. Nonas, M. Berhang, A. Bertoldi, T. Bills, Blade, A. Calder, J. Chamberlain, J. Coogan, T. Dill, M. di Suvero, Flores, B. Hunt, R. Hunt, D. Judd, E. Kelly, T. Klem, Lye, G. Neubert, L. Nevelson, B. Newman, I. Noguchi, C. Oldenburg, B. Pepper, L. Samaras, Sanders, R. Serra, D. Shapiro, D. Smith, T. Smith, R. Smithson, R. Stankiewicz, S. Tane and B. Zucker. Very good condition. Light rubbing to verso. 24.75 x 17". "To stress the esteemed place that steel - in the short span of some 50 years - has forged for itself in art history, the Nassau County Museum of Fine Art in Roslyn Harbor, Long Island, has mounted a big, bold show: ''Sculpture: The Tradition in Steel'' (through Jan. 22). And few museums could - literally - have better grounds for such a display. The former estate of Childs Frick, son of the steel magnate (a nice coincidence) Henry Clay Frick, the museum comprises 145 acres of rolling, tree-embellished land, presided over by a bristlingly formal neo-Georgian mansion. More than 100 pieces by some 40 sculptors, in large and small scale - selected by two curators, Janice Parente and Phyllis Stigliano - are deployed over the acreage and housed in the mansion's sumptuous interior. The names run from David Smith to Tony Smith, the chronology from the 1930's to now, with each artist, for the most part, represented by several works. Viewing it all makes for a long, but adventurous, day." Reference: 'GALLERY VIEW; STEEL HAS WON A PLACE IN SCULPTURE.' Grace Glueck. The New York Times, New York, NY. November 20, 1983.
$ 100.00 Ephemera Item# 12807w
OLDENBURG, CLAES The Spitzhacke, 1982, Superimposed on a Drawing of the Site by Emil Ludwig Grimm, 1822. Documenta Foundation, Kassel, Germany. 1982.
Print. Color. Hard-ground six color etching, photogravure (from plate by Emil Ludwig Grimm) and spitbite on cream Richard de Bas Narcisse paper. Edition of 100 copies. Numbered, editioned, signed and dated on the recto. Excellent condition. 26.5 x 20.25". "Published on the occasion of Documenta 7 and the installation of the large-scale project Spitzhacke (Pickaxe) in Kassel, Germany, June 19 - September 28, 1982. Oldenburg's notes from Large-Scale Projects, p. 338: In the Bruder-Grimm Museum we found a delicate pen-and-ink drawing from 1822 of the site looking very much as it does now. For an etching made to benefit Documenta, the Spitzhacke, slightly enlarged, was added to the peaceful scene, as if it had been in place at the time of the drawing." Reference: p. 334 Printed Stuff. Prints, Posters, and Ephemera by Claes Oldenburg. Hudson Hills Press, New York, NY / Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin. 1997. Pop Art.
$ 1800.00 Edition Item# 6551w
OLDENBURG, CLAES CLAES OLDENBURG. THE SOFT SCREW. EIGHT LITHOGRAPHS AND A MULTIPLE SCULPTURE . . . John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, CA. June 16 - July 9, 1976.
Exhibition poster. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed. Folded. Very good condition. Unfolded: 22 x 17". Pop Art.
$ 125.00 Ephemera Item# 9458w
OLDENBURG, CLAES [The Office. A Typewriter Print]. Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. .
Print. Purple, gold, silver, tan and dark gold offset lithograph printed on white paper. Rubber stamped on the verso. T.P. (trial proof) is written on the verso in pencil. Edition of 50 copies. Signed. Very good condition. Pin holes at corners. 35.25 x 23". "The Office. A Typewriter Print. is an accumulation of sounds one might hear in an office, made of photo-enlargements of typing produced on my old L.C. Smith typewriter." Reference: p. 246-247 Printed Stuff. Prints, Posters, and Ephemera by Claes Oldenburg. Hudson Hills Press, New York, NY / Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin. 1997.
$ 1800.00 Edition Item# 9022w
OLDENBURG, CLAES MONUMENT TO THE LAST HORSE. The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX. October 12 - December 30, 1991.
Exhibition poster. Black and red offset lithograph printed on newsprint. Folded. [Edition of approximately 2000 copies]. Excellent condition. Unfolded: 27.5 x 22.75". "Collaborative poster with Rob Weiner and Donald Judd, published on the dual occasion of an exhibition of posters by Oldenburg at the 102 North Highland Street gallery of the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, and the formal inauguration of the large-scale project Monument to the Last Horse on the grounds of the foundation, October 12, 1991." Reference: p. 399 Printed Stuff. Prints, Posters, and Ephemera by Claes Oldenburg. Hudson Hills Press, New York, NY / Madison Art Center, Madison, Wisconsin. 1997.
$ 200.00 Ephemera Item# 9796w
OLDENBURG, CLAES Untitled. np, np. .
Brochure on C. Oldenburg's edition series based on the Chrysler Airflow. Black and white with one color illustration. Accordion folded. Text by Barbara Rose with black and white studio photographs of C. Oldenburg and one color reproduction of an artwork. Very good condition. Light wear along folds. Lower left corner bumped. Folded: 6.25 x 9.5". Unfolded: 9.5 x 37.5". Pop Art.
$ 35.00 Ephemera Item# 12950w
OLDENBURG, CLAES A collection of nine Claes Oldenburg documents. Various publishers. 1970 - 1977.
Three edition announcement cards, two publication announcements, three exhibition announcements and one installation announcement card. Untitled (Miniature Soft Drum Set). Multiples, Inc., New York, NY. March 3, 1970. Edition announcement and order form mailed to Mr. Randall Rosenthal. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed. 8-page fold. Very good condition. Unfolded: 20 x 7". Folded: 5 x 7". CLAES OLDENBURG GEOMETRIC MOUSE SCALE D (PAPER), "HOME-MADE". Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles, CA. 1971. Edition announcement card and order form. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed. Folded and perforated along fold. Very good condition. 4.5 x 6". Publications I.R.L., Lausanne, Switzerland. 1970. Edition announcement card. Orange, brown and black on white. Offset lithograph printed. Folded. Very good condition. 8 x 6". Claes Oldenburg: Photo Log and Press Log. Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, NY. May 1974 - August 1976. Publication announcement card. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Very good condition. 7 x 5". Claes Oldenburg. Notes in Hand. Petersburg Press, London, UK. nd. Publication announcement. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Tri-folded. Rubber stamped with retailer information on verso of cover. Very good condition. Water damage on back bottom right corner. Slight corner wear. Unfolded: 8.25 x 11.75". Folded: 8.25 x 4". CLAES OLDENBURG. Galerie Jurka, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. May 21 - June 16, 1977. Exhibition announcement card. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Text in Dutch. Very good condition. 8.25 x 6". claes oldenburg. np, np. nd. Edition announcement card. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed. Folded. Very good condition. 5.5 x 7.25". CLAES OLDENBURG. Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, NY. November 6 - 27, 1976. Exhibition announcement card. Black and white. Offset lithograph printed on both sides. Very good condition. 5 x 7". The Lipstick Comes Back. Yale University Art Gallery, [New Haven, CT]. October 17, 1974. Announcement card. Pink on white. Offset lithograph printed. Very good condition. Mailed. 5.5 x 3.25". Pop Art.
$ 190.00 Ephemera Item# 11301w
PATRICK, TOM / VOID, FRANK / HEAVEN, HELEN / HOLT, HELEN / HERMAN, ROGER / PASCHKE, ED / BROWN, R. / CHRISTO / SERRA, RICHARD / OLDENBURG, CLAES / BURNHAM, LINDA EAT IT UP #9. Tom Patrick, Berkeley, CA. November 1981.
Artist's periodical. Black and white. Photocopied. Flyer format. Folded. Reviews of art shows / performances in the Bay Area, Cleveland and New York with work by T. Patrick, H. Holt, R. Herman, E. Paschke, R. Brown, Christo, R. Serra, C. Oldenburg and L. Burnham. Edited by F. Void. Graphics: T. Patrick. Very good condition. Folded: 5.5 x 4.25". Unfolded: 11 x 8.5". "EAT IT UP WAS STARTED TO FILL THE EMPTINESS IN, THAT REGULAR MAGAZINES PERPETUALLY CREATE. EAT IT UP WILL BE PUBLISHED ONLY WHEN NEEDED." "WHAT IS ART TO A POSTURBAN ARTIST? MAKING THE SCENE, OR JUST BEING SEEN AT THE RIGHT TIME AND THE RIGHT PLACE. SURE THERE ARE ALOT MORE SOCIAL / FASHIONABLE FACTORS INVOLVED, BUT THE POSTURBAN ARTIST FINDS AND MAKES ART IN PARTY-LIKE ACTIVITIES. ITS ALWAYS BEEN IMPORTANT FOR THE ARTIST TO SOCIALIZE AND FIND OUT WHAT EVERYONE ELSE IS UP TO. EVEN MORE SO TODAY IN THIS TIME OF INCREASED COMMUNICATION IN THE ART WORLD ONE HAS TO STAY ABREAST OR BE LEFT OUT." Reference: EAT IT UP #9. Tom Patrick, Berkeley, CA. November 1981.
$ 20.00 Book Item# 1199w
PICASSO, PABLO / SMITH, DAVID / BLUME, PETER / GROPPER, WILLIAM / LEVINE, JACK / GROSZ, GEORGE / SHAHN, BEN / KOLLWITZ, KATHE / DUNCAN, DAVID DOUGLAS / FERNANDEZ, BENEDICT J. / SMITH, W. EUGENE / OROZCO, JOSE CLEMENTE / MOTHERWELL, ROBERT / ANDREWS, BENNY / BAILEY, MALCOLM / BARLACH, ERNST / BECKMANN, MAX / BLUME, PETER / BOTERO, FERNANDO / BUTLER, REG / CAGLI, CORRADO / CARRA, CARLO / CONNER, BRUCE / DZAMONJA, DUSAN / EDWARDS, MELVIN / FAHLSTROM, OYVIND / GENOVES, JUAN / GONZALEZ, JULIO / GRAVES, MORRIS / INDIANA, ROBERT / JOHNSON, DANIEL LARUE / KIENHOLZ, EDWARD / KOJIMA, NOBUAKI / KUBIN, ALFRED / LAWRENCE, JACOB / LEVINE, JACK / MARISOL / MIRO, JOAN / MOORE, HENRY / MURITOGLU, ZUHTU / NAKIAN, REUBEN / OLDENBURG, CLAES / PEYRONNET, DOMINIQUE-PAUL / RIVERA, DIEGO / ROUAULT, GEORGES / RUIZ, ANTONIO / SAUL, PETER / SERRANO, PABLO / SEVERINI, GINO / SIQUEIROS, DAVID ALFARO / TAJIRI, SHINKICHI G. / TOBEY, MARK / TROVA, ERNEST / VESPIGNANI, RENZO / MIES VAN DER ROHE, LUDWIG / ANDERSON, NEIL R. / ANGUIANO, RAUL / ARENAL, LUIS / BASKIN, LEONARD / CHAVEZ-MORADO, JOSE / COLESCOTT, WARRINGTON / COPLEY, WILLIAM N. / COX, JAN / DINE, JIM / DIX, OTTO / DOSAMENTES, FRANCISCO / FERNANDEZ-LEDESMA, GABRIEL / HAMILTON, RICHARD / IRIZARRY, CARLOS / KITAJ, R.B. / KLEE, PAUL / KOKOSCHKA, OSKAR / MALLARY, ROBERT / MARSH, REGINALD / MATTA / MENDEZ, LEOPOLDO / MIRO, JOAN / O'HIGGINS, PABLO / PICKENS, ALTON / POSADA, JOSE GUADALUPE / REINHARDT, AD / ROUSSEAU, HENRI / SCHOLZ, GEORG / SCHOOFS, RUDOLF / SECUNDA, ARTHUR / SEGUI, ANTONIO / TILSON, JOE / VALLOTTON, FELIX EDOUARD / WEEGE, WILLIAM / ZALCE, ALFREDO / ACKOFF, MILTON / BEALL, LESTER / BERNHARD, LUCIAN / CARLU, JEAN / CHWAST, SEYMOUR / COINER, CHARLES / ERNI, HANS / FAIVRE, JULES-ABEL / FIORUCCI, VITTORIO / FLAGG, JAMES MONTGOMERY / FUCHS, HEINZ / GAMES, ABRAM / GIANAKOS, CRISTOS / HEARTFIELD, JOHN / HENRION, F.H.K. / KALLEN, MORT / KAUFFER, E. MCKNIGHT / KOEHLER, KARL / LIONNI, LEO / MELENDRERAS / MOOR / PEDRERO / RAEMAEKERS, LOUIS / STUDENTS FOR PEACE / YOKOO, TADANORI / ARBUS, DIANE / BENNETT, GORDON / BURROWS, LARRY / BOURKE-WHITE, MARGARET / BRANDT, BILL / CAPA, ROBERT / DE CARAVA, ROY / ERWITT, ELLIOTT / EVANS, WALKER / FERNANDEZ, BENEDICT J. / FRANK, ROBERT / FRIEDLANDER, LEE / HAUN, DECLAN / HINE, LEWIS / LANGE, DOROTHEA / MCCOMBE, LEONARD / MODOTTI, TINA / O'SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY H. / PAGE, HOMER / REEKIE, J. / RIIS, JACOB A. / ROTHSTEIN, ARTHUR / STEICHEN, EDWARD / UELSMANN, JERRY / WESTON, EDWARD THE ARTIST AS ADVERSARY. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. July 1 - September 27, 1971.
Exhibition catalog. Black and white. Wrappers. Staple bound. Introductory text by Betsy Jones. Artist's statements by P. Picasso, D. Smith, P. Blume, W. Gropper, J. Levine, G. Grosz, B. Shahn, K. Kollwitz, D.D. Duncan, B.J. Fernandez, W.E. Smtih, J.C. Orozco and R. Motherwell. Included in the exhibition checklist: B. Andrews, M. Bailey, E. Barlach, M. Beckmann, P. Blume, F. Botero, R. Butler, C. Cagli, C. Carra, B. Conner, D. Dzamonja, M. Edwards, O. Fahlstrom, J. Genoves, J. Gonzalez, M. Graves, R. Indiana, D.L. Johnson, E. Kienholz, N. Kojima, A. Kubin, J. Lawrence, J. Levine, Marisol, J. Miro, H. Moore, Z. Muritoglu, R. Nakian, C. Oldenburg, D. Peyronnet, D. Rivera, G. Rouault, A. Ruiz, P. Saul, P. Serrano, G. Severini, D.A. Iqueiros, S.G. Tajiri, M. Tobey, E. Trova, R. Vespignani, L. Mies van der Rohe, N.R. Anderson, R. Anguiano, L. Arenal, L. Baskin, J. Chavez-Morado, W. Colescott, W.N. Copley, J. Cox, J. Dine, O. Dix, F. Dosamentes, G. Fernandez-Ledesma, R. Hamilton, C. Irizarry, R.B. Kitaj, P. Klee, O. Kokoschka, R. Mallary, R. Marsh, Matta, L. Mendez, J. Miro, P. O'Higgins, A. Pickens, J.G. Posada, A. Reinhardt, H. Rousseau, G. Scholz, R. Schoofs, A. Secunda, A. Segui, J. Tilson, F.E. Vallotton, W. Weege, A. Zalce, M. Ackoff, L. Beall, L. Bernhard, J. Carlu, S. Chwast, C. Coiner, H. Erni, J. Faivre, V. Fiorucci, J.M. Flagg, H. Fuchs, A. Games, C. Gianakos, J. Heartfield, F.H.K. Henrion, M. Kallen, E.M. Kauffer, K. Koehler, L. Lionni, Melendreras, Moor, Predrero, L. Raemaekers, Students for Peace, T. Yokoo, D. Arbus, G. Bennett, L. Burrows, M. Bourke-White, B. Brandt, R. Capa, R. de Carava, E. Erwitt, W. Evans, B.J. Fernandez, R. Frank, L. Friedlander, D. Haun, L. Hine, D. Lange, L. McCombe, T. Modotti, T.H. O'Sullivan, H. Page, J. Reekie, J.A. Riis, A. Rothstein, E. Steichen, J. Uelsmann and E. Weston. Very good condition. 11 x 8.5". 60 pages. ISBN#: 0870702262
$ 25.00 Book Item# 13216w
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
SELLDORF, ANNABELLE / ZIMMERMAN, MARTIN / KOSUTH, JOSEPH / DA ROSA, RAQUEL / CLEGG & GUTTMANN / DIMITRIEVIC, BRACO / LAUF, CORNELIA / MAGRIEL, PAUL / WELCHMAN, JOHN C. / BELCHER, ALAN / BUTTNER, WERNER / CHARLESWORTH, SARAH / DUJOURIE, LILI / CLEGG & GUTTMANN / LICHTENSTEIN, ROY / O'BRIEN, GLENN / OLDENBURG, CLAES / PISTOLETTO, MICHELANGELO / SHAERF, ERAN / STAEHLE, WOLFGANG / STEINBACH, HAIM / TOWER, JON NATURA NATURATA (An Argument for Still Life). Josh Baer Gallery, New York, NY. March 4 - 11, 1989.
Exhibition catalog. Black on parchment paper. Card stock wrappers with cut-out window on front cover. Perfect bound. Includes essays and exhibition checklist with artist biographies. Curated by C. Lauf. Catalog: J. Kosuth. Artists: A. Belcher, W. Buttner, S. Charlesworth, B. Dimitrievic, L. Dujourie, Clegg & Guttmann, J. Kosuth, R. Lichtenstein, G. O'Brien, C. Oldenburg, M. Pistoletto, E. Shaerf, W. Staehle, H. Steinbach and J. Tower. Text: R. da Rosa, Clegg & Guttmann, B. Dimitrievic, C. Lauf, P. Magriel and J.C. Welchman. Very good condition. Glue from binding has seeped out along spine on title page. 6.25 x 4.25". "This exhibition spans three centuries of still lifes. It juxtaposes traditional still life compositions with contemporary works that on the surface appear unrelated. Far from developing a thematic or formal link, the desired effect is one of estrangement, whereby both ends of the spectrum are dislodged from their customary niches. The catalogue also offers a cross-section of views: an essay on Manet and the modernist still life (Raquel da Rosa), an interview with a collector and connoisseur (Paul Magriel), artist's statements (Clegg & Guttmann, Braco Dimitrievic) and a few diverging reflections (including John C. Welchman)." Reference: NATURA NATURATA (An Argument for Still Life). Josh Baer Gallery, New York, NY. March 4 - 11, 1989.
$ 40.00 Book Item# 12728w
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.