1 - 672 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
= One of 90 numb. DELUXE copies, signed by the author and the artist, printed on heavy paper and in loose lvs. as issued and with an ORIGINAL WOODCUT by Grobéty on the inside of backwr. With ms. DEDICATION in the colophon and loosely inserted LETTER SIGNED by the artist to Yves Poupard Leiussou.
Harvey, M. White paper. N.pl., the artist, 1971, title-leaf and 68 (of 70) loose stiff paper cards (incl. 1 blank card) w. letterpress texts, numbers and diagrams, each 13x20,5 cm., together in orig. plain limp board slipcase.
- Lacks 2 cards; slipcase yellowed and splitting on hinges.
AND 8 others similar, i.a. C. BOLTANSKI, Monuments ((Venice), 1986, ills., orig. wr.); J. HOLZER, Black Garden (Nordhorn, 1994, ills., orig. cl.); P. RESTANY, Livre blanc (Milan, 1967, orig. wr.); D. SACK, Number - Language (n.pl. (Bielefeld), n.d., ills., orig. wr.) and a copy of the trade edition of the first work of the lot.
= Arntzen/ Rainwater M416.
- Endpapers and dustwr. sl. foxed.
= With two loosely inserted (1x col.) lithographs, signed by the artist. One numb. ''89/200'.
Reve, G.K. van het (= G. Reve). Veertien Etsen van Frans Lodewijk Pannekoek voor Arbeiders Verklaard. Amst., Thomas Rap, 1967, 1st ed., (62)p., 14 tipped-in plates after etchings by F.L. PANNEKOEK, orig. boards, obl. 4to.
- Trifle foxed. Covers sl. discol.
AND 4 others, i.a. H.H. TER BALKT, Rivierdal (Bergen, 2002, woodcut ills. by D. NAB, printed in 150 numb. copies, signed by the author and the artist, orig. wr., sq. 8vo) and I. GERHARDT, Geboortegrond (ibid., 2003, woodcut ills. by T. ELFERINK, printed in 150 numb. copies, signed by the artist, orig. wr., sq. 8vo).
= SIGNED and with a small pencil drawing of a hat by the artist in pencil on htitle.
- Soiled; folded and sl. creased/
= With 3 stamps: "auf die nächste Wahl vorbereiten!" (in red), "Fluxus Zone West" (in blue) and "Organisation der Nichtwähler Freie Volksabstimmung! (...) Düsseldorf" (in purple).
AND 2 others, i.a. J. BEUYS, Aufruf zur Alternative (poster w. facs.(?) page of the Frankfurter Rundschau, 1978. Sellotape in blank margins).
- Second vol. backstrip some rubbed spots. = First vol. w. SIGNED DEDICATION by the artist.
AND 5 others in 6 vols. i.a. by/ on Markus Lüpertz, Sol LeWitt and Larry Rivers.
= With SIGNED DEDICATION by the artist in pencil on title-page addressed to former museum director Wim Beeren.
AND 2 others on drawings by Beuys, i.a. H. BASTIAN, Joseph Beuys. Zeichnungen Dessins (Bern, 1983, num. ills., orig. pict. limp boards, 4to).
- One annot. in pen. Spine sl. sunned. = Rare.
AND 1 other: Joseph Beuys. Sammlung Hans und Franz van der Grinten (1970, Wien).
= SIGNED in red felt-tip pen on frontwr.
- 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).
- Wrappers sl. worn along extremities/ dustsoiled.
= SIGNED and numb. "52/70" in red pen by J. Beuys on frontwr.
= "Ein Arbeitspapier der FREE INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY."
- Owner's entry on first free endpapaper. Fine copy.
Beuys, J. 1a gebratene Fischgräte. Berlin, Ed. Hundertmark, 1972, 1st ed., 106p., num. photogr. ills., printed in 7000 copies, orig. wr., obl. 8vo.
- Wrappers trifle duststained; top of spine sl. worn. Otherwise fine. = 14. Karton (1. Buch).
AND 4 others on the same, i.a. JOSEPH BEUYS. TEKENINGEN, AQUARELLEN, GOUACHES, COLLAGES, OLIEVERVEN. Ed. C. van Damme a.o. (Ghent, 1977, num. (full-p.) (col.) ills., printed in 1750 numb. copies, orig. felt boards).
= Rare artist's book, with photograpic portraits of i.a. Ben [Vautier], Bottinelli, Achille Cavellini, Geoff Hendricks, Harry Kramer, Pierangelo Maset, Angelica Schmidt, Timm Ulrichs and Wolf Vostell.
- Wrappers sl. frayed.
= With autograph annot. on verso frontwr.: "uit het dooibroek 1973/75 van Jan de Bie dec. '78". With accomp. brochure ((2) loose leaves).
= One of the 20 SIGNED copies (even though this copy is numb. "21").
WITH: 2 additional photographs: in plastic bag, 1 x stamped "Feldpost brief" (mouldy), showing the artist and a diapositive gelatin silverprint showing an installation by the artist and with annotations in White Out pen. - WITH 3 offset posters (2x signed) for the exhibition "Tierra del Fuego" (Van Reekum Museum, 1987-1988) and a plastic bag with razor blades with which Beuys supposedly shaved Bien.