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= SIGNED and with a small pencil drawing of a hat by the artist in pencil on htitle.
- Endpapers sl. foxed. A sm. tear in frontcover.
= Documenting the happening "24 Stunden (24 hours) that began at midnight on June 5, 1965 at the Galerie Parnass in Wuppertal, with artists Joseph Beuys, Bazon Brock, Rolf Jährling, Ute Klophaus, Charlotte Moorman, Nam June Paik, Eckart Rahn and Tomas Schmit. Contains flour in a sealed plastic bag in the final part of the work. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE V.
- A few stains on backcover.
= With SIGNED DEDICATION by the artist in pencil on title-page addressed to former museum director Wim Beeren.
- One annot. in pen. Spine sl. sunned. = Rare.
AND 1 other: Joseph Beuys. Sammlung Hans und Franz van der Grinten (1970, Wien).
- Dustwr. w. a few sm. tears.
= From the collection of former museum director Wim Beeren with his owner's entry on first free endpaper.
- Folded twice.
= Manifest in which Beuys, Hafner and Stüttgen protest against party organized democracy.
AND a small collection of publications and ephemera concerning Joseph Beuys, i.a. fold. posters, brochures, invitations, cards.
= I.a. Studium Generale Beuys (fold. leaf, Amst., Rietveld Academie, n.d. With artist's stamp); "Joseph Beuys, chi non sa a non ricorda ripete" (letterpress card w. Swastika stamp. Pescara, (the artist?), 1978. With a gelatin silverprint showing Beuys at an inaugural opening titled Incontro con Joseph Beuys, held in Pescara in 1974)); Free International University Documenta 6. Programm (fold. poster, Kassel, 1977. At this Documenta Beuys held talks and meetings during 100 days); "Aufruf zur Alternative" (silkscreen poster, ±1978, w. stamps and annot. in red pen by the artist (?) on verso).
= "Ein Arbeitspapier der Free INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY."
= With acryl drawing "Braunkreuz" by JOSEPH BEUYS on p. 16/17, SIGNED in pencil. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VI.
= Published on occasion of the exhibition of the same title held at the Provinciaal Museum Hasselt, during the first 3 months of 1981. With a loosely inserted index leaf. Contains contributions by i.a. W. van Amen (signed in pencil), J. Beuys (w. the artist's stamps), M. Boezem, C. Boltanski, Christo, R. Crozier (signed in felt-tip pen), G. van Dijk (signed in pencil), P. Engels, H. Eykelboom, A. Gerritsen (signed in pencil), K. Gubbels, R. Hamilton, A. Rainer, D. Roth, Y. de Smet, Ben Vautier and W. Vostell.
= Contains the standard oeuvre catalogue of his graphic art.
- Contents loose(ning), frayed and occas. restored w. sellotape. Wrappers loose; left margin of frontwr. cut off. Sold w.a.f.
= Notorious Soviet atheist periodical published between 1922 and 1941. Its chief artist was Dmitry Moor (pseud. of Dmitry Orlov).
- Textlvs. loose. Portfolio worn w. tear near spine. = Published in the series Les maîtres du cubisme.
AND 5 others, i.a. T. BINO, Jacques-Emile Blanche, peintre (1861-1942) (Paris, 1997, col. ills., orig. pict. wr., 4to); C. BECKER a.o. Paul Gauguin Tahiti (Ostfildern-Ruit, 1998, col. ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to).
= Contains an oeuvre-catalogue listing 145 paintings by Frans Hals.
Schwartz, G. Het Rembrandt boek. (Brussels), Mercatorfonds, 2006, 384p., num. (col.) ills., orig. boards w. dustwr., 4to. - AND 11 others, all illustrated, in orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to/ folio, i.a. S. SLIVE and S. HOETINK, Jacob van Ruisdael (Amst., 1981); J. TEN BRINK GOLDSMITH a.o., Leonaert Bramer 1596-1674 (Zwolle/ Delft, n.d.); P. VAN DEN BRINK and J. VAN DER VEEN, Jacob Backer (1608/9-1651) (Zwolle etc., 2008); E. BUIJSEN, Haagse schilders in de Gouden Eeuw (The Hague/ Zwolle, n.d.) and N. MIDDELKOOP (ed.), Kopstukken 1600-1800. Amsterdammers geportretteerd (Bussum, 2002).