Firenze: Electa Editrice, Frontis, 115 pp. Illus. with 70 b/w plates. 4to. Cloth. First edition. Board soiled, spine ends worn, split to hinges, clean interior, a good usable copy.
Brunswick: Bowdoin College Museum of Art, 1973. 22 pp. Illus. with b/w photos. Obl. 8vo. Paper wrappers. First printing. Exhibition of November 2, 1973-December 9, 1973. Tiny staple hole else a very good+ copy.
Paris: Artcurial Briest, 2002. Unpaged [approx. 96 pp.]. Illus. with 33 full page color & b/w plates (1 folding) + 16 in text color and b/w illustrations. 4to. Paper wrappers. First edition. List of estimates inserted. Work of Guillaume Apolinaire, Aragon, Arp, Artaud, Bellmer, Braque, Andre Breton, Caillois, Rene Char, Cocteau, Crevel, Dali, Desnos, Duchamp, Paul Eluard, Max Ernst, Leonor Fini, Hans Hartung, Max Jacob, Kasyade, Wifredo Lam, Man Ray, Benjamin Peret, Francis Picabia, Pierre Reverdy, Philippe Soupault, Tristan Tzara. Bumped at the outer corners, otherwise crisp and clean; a very good+ copy.
New York: Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia Univ. 1999. xv, 155 pp. Illus. with 20 color & 91 b/w photos. Sm. 4to. Paper wrappers. First edition. Robert E. Haywood, essay; Larry. Issued in conjunction with the exhibition held from 6 October to 11 December, 1999. Small bump to fore corner else a near fine copy in a very good dust jacket with rubbing to one corner.
Poughkeepsie: Vassar College Art Gallery, 1983. 36 pp. Illus. with b/w photos. Sm. 8vo. Paper wrappers. First edition. A fine copy.
London: Christie's (Christie, Manson & Woods), 1997. 123 pp. +; 112 pp. + . 55 color plates incl. 9 foldouts + 252 color illus. Sm. 4to. Stiff paper wrappers. First printing. Auction results laid in. Works by over ninety artists including Albers, Appel, Christo, Hockney, de Stael, and Warhol among others. Fine.
New York: Christie's (Christie, Manson & Woods), 1998. 147 pp. 50 color plates. Sm. 4to. Cardboard dust jacket over illustrated stiff paper wrappers. First printing. Cat. # 9000. Auction results laid in. Includes short biography of each of the 37 artists, Cover shows "Man in Drain" by Robert Grober: outer jacket has multiple cutout slots to reveal painting on inner wrapper. Fine.
New York: Gloria Cortella, (1978). Unpaged. [12 pp.]. Illus. with 8 color and 2 b/w plates and b/w photo. Sm. 4to. Stapled paper wrappers. First edition. An exhibition held from October through December of 1978 in New York and Philadelphia. A very good copy with light soiling on wrappers, contents clean and bright.
Paris: Réunion des Museés Nationaux, 2006. Illus. with nearly 200 images (mostly in color) and 1 map. Sm. 4to. Stiff paper wrappers. First edition. Exhibition catalogue "Paris, Musée d'Orsay, 31 octobre 2006-21 janvier 2007; Montréal, Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, Pavillon Michal et Renata Hornstein, 22 février-20 mai 2007; Rovereto, Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, 23 juin-23 septembre 2007." Includes bibliographical references (pages 289-296) and index. Museum program laid in loose. Text is in French. Near fine.
Geneve: Cailler, 1959. Col. frontis, 200 pp. + Plates, . Illus. with 26 tipped-in color & 185 b/w plates. 4to. Illustrated wrapper-covered boards. First edition. Monograph on Andre Derain (1880-1954), French painter, sculptor, illustrator, stage designer, and a leading exponent of Fauvism in his early years, though his work became increasingly classical after World War I and was much influenced by non-western art which he collected avidly. Also includes biography, bibliography, catalogue of works illustrated, chronology. In French. A very good copy, extremities rubbed, wrappers and edges foxed, some scattered interior foxing; otherwise a crisp and tight copy with vibrant plates. Freitag 2765.
[Jakarta]: n.p. 1984. [4 pp]. Illus. 4to. One 11 x 17 in card folded once. First edition. Brochure for art exhibition in Jakarta for German artist Peter Dittmar's first show and the work of Clue 82. Reproduction of one painting plus biography of artist and other announcements. In Indonesian. A very good copy.
Ahus, Sweden: Kalejdoskop, (1986). 54 pp. Illus. with 16 color [one double] & 22 b/w photos. 4to. Illustrated paper-covered boards. First edition. Jointly produced by Galerie Leger, Malmo, and Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm. In English and Swedish. Claes Eklundh (b.1944) is among those artists such as Dick Bengtsson, Max Book, Rolf Hansson, and Johan Scott who maintain a critical attitude towards modernist traditions. A very good+ copy, boards lightly soiled but plates and text crisp and clean.
Ahus, Sweden: Kalejdoskop, (1981). 55 pp. + 8 pp. Illus. with 7 color & 30 b/w photos. Sm. 4to. Paper wrappers. First edition. In English and Swedish. Claes Eklundh (b.1944) is among those artists such as Dick Bengtsson, Max Book, Rolf Hansson, and Johan Scott who maintain a critical attitude towards modernist traditions. A very good+ copy with rubbing to spine and rear wrapper.
Paris: Cahiers D'Art, (1937). 119 pp. Illus. with 125 b/w reproductions (incl. 50 full page) and 2 tipped-in color plates. Frontis photo of Man Ray. 4to. Original cream colored cloth with gilt stamped spine lettering; top edge gilt. First edition. An important early monograph on Ernst with texts by Louis Aragon, Andre Breton, Rene Claude Cahun, Jean de Bosschere, Robert Desnos, Paul Eluard, Georges Hugnet, Benjamin Peret, Herbert Read, G. Ribemont-Dessaignes, Tristan Tzara, and Jacques Viot. A very good copy with some light soiling on the boards and a few leaves, small marginal tear to p. 45. In a clear archival jacket. Frietag 3296 (1997).
Milano: Finarte Semenzato Casa d'Arte, 2003. Unpaged [approx. 120 pp.]. Illus. with color & b/w plates. 4to. Paper wrappers. First edition. 180 artists in 315 lots including multiple lots of Afro, Angel, E. Baj, Balla, Bartolini, Boetti, Bueno, Caballero, Cagli, Campigli, Carra, Ceccobelli, Corpora, De Chirico, Dorazio, Enotrio, Fantuzzi, Tano Festa, Gianquinto, Guttuso, Leoncillo, Levy, Levi, Maccari, Mastroianni, Matta, Melloti, Migneco, Miro, Monachesi, Montanarini, Novelli, Omiccoli, Ortega, Perilli, Picinni. Possenti, Pirandello, Prampolini, Russo, Schifano, Sironi, Stradone, Tadini, Tamburi, Tulli, Turcato, Usellini, Villoresi, Ziveri, plus work of Christo, Ben Shawn, and others. A near fine copy with some minor shelfwear.
New York: James Graham & Sons, 2004. 12 pp. Illus. with 13 color plates. Obl. 4to. (8 x 15 in). Illustrated paper wrappers. First edition. Contains an interview with the artist by Ann Garrels and 13 plates from the exhibition at the James Graham Gallery September 9 - October 9, 2004. Corners creased else a very good+ copy.
New York: n.d. 1990. 1 sheet. 44 15/16 x 32 15/16" (22.9 x 114.1 x 83.6 cm). Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957–1996) was a Cuban born American artist. Using images taken from Time Magazine for this work of conceptual art, the sheet lists the names of 460 individuals killed by gunshot during the week of May 1–7, 1989, cited by name, age, city, and state, with a brief description of the circumstances of their deaths along with their images. At the MOMA where it was exhibited, it was in a stack approximately 9 inches high; and the public was encouraged to read the sheets and take them away, as they would be reprinted as the stack was depleted. Since at least 2014 it was not on view at the museum. A near fine copy, minor spotting on verso.