1 - 672 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
= With handwritten SIGNED DEDICATION by the artist "voor Betty [van Garrel] van Armando. 12-1-84 Berlin".
AND 22 others on the same, incl. exhibition catalogues, i.a. ARMANDO (exhib. cat. 562, Sted. Mus. Amst., 1974, ills., orig. wr., 4to); G. GERCKEN, Armando, die Berliner Jahre (The Hague, 1989, (col.) ills., orig. dec. boards w. (yellowed) transparent dustwr., 4to) and W. WEIJERS, Ver weg en dichtbij. Over de schilderkunst van Armando (Amersf., 1993, Dutch and German text, ills., printed in 400 copies, orig. cl., 4to. - ADDED: 16 miscell. exhibition catalogues and (sm.) publications, all from the library of Armando and with his owner's entry, i.a. 12 catalogues. of the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and a badly waterst. copy of YOUR THINGDOM (New York, Graham Gallery, n.d., ills., orig. wr., 4to. Boldly SIGNED on the frontwr. by the 3 exhibiting artists Lucebert, Jaap Mooy and Jaap Wagemaker).
- Partly soiled/ worn and occas. (sl.) dam.
= SIGNED by G. ARNTZ on frontcover. Printed in an unspecified limited numbered edition. Mint condition.
- Some annots. on wrappers; wrappers occas. sl. soiled and a few sl. dam.
= The shape of a gallery bulletin, but all contributions of the artists were made for this publication only and the majority can be seen as art prints or conceptual art. I.a. w. contributions by Stanley Brouwn, Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, John Baldessari, Marcel Broodthaers, Ulrich Rückriem, Daan van Golden, Salvo, Richard Long, Alan Charlton and Ab van Hanegem. Present are no. 8-23, 25-51, 53-69, 71-75, 77-83, 85-99, 101-123, 125-139, 141-156, incl. duplicates of no. 20, 56, 93 and 121.
WITH ±50 printed emphemera by the same publisher, incl. a "catalogue of our bulletins", an invitation to the exhibition 'art notes and thoughts' by Gilbert & George and 11 postcards (incl. one duplicate).
= The shape of a gallery bulletin, but all contributions by the artists were made for this publication only and the majority can be seen as art prints or conceptual art. I.a. w. contributions by Gilbert & George, David Askevold, Lawrence Weiner, Ger van Elk, William Leavitt, Daniel Buren, Barry Flanagan, David Tremlett, Francesco Clemente and Didier Vermeiren. Present are no. 47-48, 53-59, 61-69, 71-75, 77-78, 80, 82-87, 89-97, 99, 103-115, 118, 130, 133-134, 144, 147-148, 154 and 156.
WITH ±70 printed emphemera by the same publisher, incl. ±30 postcards and sm. publications.
- Without the 3rd and 4th (supplement) vol. Wrappers browned/ (water)stained; frontcovers loose(ning).
AND 3 others, i.a. O.V. FALKE, Sammlung Kommerzienrat Jacques Mühsam Berlin (Berlin, 1966, ills., orig. boards, 4to).
- Plates w. some (sl.) foxing, mainly on flimsies and in blank margins. Lacks backstrip.
AND 8 other (small) sales catalogues of the collections of i.a. LE MARQUIS DE LAGOY (1834); R.P. ROUPELL (1887) and C. SACKVILLE BALE (1881).
- Wr. sl. soiled and partly yellowed.
= Contains contributions by i.a. Dick Higgins, Marcel Janc, Mauricio Kagel, Per Kirkeby and Dieter Roth.
Die Sonde. Zeitschrift für Kunst und Versuch. Year 3, no. 1 and 4, year 4, no.1, 2 and 3/4. Frankfurt, H. Kistler, & K.H. Roth a.o., 1963-1964, 6 parts in 5 vols., ills., orig. wr., obl. 4to.
= Contains contributions by i.a. V. Kahmen. E. Jandl, K. Boehmer, B. Becher, H.G. Helms, J. Kolár and W. Vostell.
AND 11 other issues of art periodicals, incl. 4 duplicates, i.a. ZWEITSCHRIFT no.7 (1980) and AUSSCHNITT no.1-4 (4 vols., 1996-1999. Incl. the special issue "Unter vier Augen, Skulpturen photographiert von ÖhnerKraller").
- No.11 sl. waterstained.
= No.2 (i.a. contains "The Marilyn Monroe Trip", a series of 12 silkscreen prints by BERT STEIN); no.8 (a special issue entirely devoted to a series of erotic engravings by PABLO PICASSO); no.11 (i.a. contains "Wedding Bliss: The Erotic Lithographs of JOHN LENNON").
WITH: Sheff, D. The Playboy Interviews with John Lennon & Yoko Ono. Ed. G.B. Golson. New York, Playboy Press, 1981, XIV,193,(1)p., 8 photogr. plates, orig. clothbacked boards w. dustwr. - AND 1 other similar.
AND 4 others on Kabakov, all richly illustrated, all (near) fine, i.a. A. WALLACH, Ilya Kabakov. The Man Who Never Threw Anything Away (New York, 1996, orig. cl. w. dustwr., folio) and W. MEYER (ed.), Ilya Kabakov. Universalsystem zur Darstellung von allem (...) (Düsseldorf, 2002, orig. cl. w. mounted plate on frontcover, folio).
- Lacks the general plan of St. Petersburg; one map w. tear. Binding discoloured.
= With owner's entry of M.A.J. BAUER on title-p. Hinrichsen F210.
= Curious brochure, advertising the carpet collections "Bauhaus", "Weimar" and "May".
Albert Langen. Prospectus for Bauhausbücher Band 14: L. Moholy-Nagy, Von Material zu Architectur. Munich, A. Langen, 1929, 1 fold. leaf, recto only.
= Entirely printed in Fraktur type.
- Thin horizontal scratch on frontcover; covers trifle soiled. Despite minor defects, a fine copy.
- Wrappers trifle dustsoiled.
= One of 75 numb. and signed copies, with the accomp. silkscreen print "Hausfassade Ubierring 6-8" (80x60 cm., signed, "85" and "37/75" in pencil.
- Fine set.
= Arntzen/ Rainwater M320: "A new rev. ed. of Berenson's famous list (v.1), with a valuable corpus of illustrations (v.2-3)."
= Text in Dutch, French, German and English.
Laanstra, W. and Ooms, S. Johan Hendrik Weissenbruch 1824-1903. Amst., Tableau, 1992, 224p., richly illustrated, orig. cl. w. dustwr., folio (fine).
= Standard oeuvre-catalogue, containing a list of exhibitions, auctions and a bibliography.
AND 3 others.