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- Exlibrary copies.
- Dustwr. a few vague creases. Otherwise fine.
- Good, almost complete run of the first year. No.6, 7 and 8/9 partly w. vague waterstain in lower blank corner; no.10 w. vague vertical fold throughout. Wrappers partly sl. soiled/ w. marginal (water)stain(s), occas. w. bleeding of col. wr. in margin of first/ last page; a few spine-ends sl. worn.
= Bolliger IV, 362. i10, the renowned Dutch avantgarde magazine, was published between 1927 and 1929 in 22 issues.Its editorial board consisted of A. Müller Lehning, J.J.P. Oud, W. Pijper and L. Moholy-Nagy. Contributors included H. Arp, M. ter Braak, C. van Eesteren, W. Kandinsky, P. Mondriaan, G. Rietveld and P. Schuitema. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VII.
- Some vague occas. foxing. Wrappers vaguely foxed/ soiled (cleaned; mainly visible on verso frontwr.). Good/ fine copy.
= Bolliger IV, 362. Renowned Dutch avantgarde magazine, published between 1927 and 1929 in 22 issues. Its editorial board consisted of A. Müller Lehning, J.J.P. Oud, W. Pijper and L. Moholy-Nagy. This issue contains the first edition of the famous Sonate in Urlauten (p.395-402) by KURT SCHWITTERS, with his introduction "Meine Sonate in Urlauten" (p.392-394) comprising a "Zeichenerklärung" and "Allgemeine Erklärungen". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VIII.
- No.14 w. bumped spot and sm. tear in lower blank margin; no.13 w. bookplate on verso frontwr.; no.15 w. owner's entry of Jaap Mooij on verso frontwr. Wrappers foxed/ soiled and no.13 and 14 w. waterstain in upper margin; no.15 lower corner frontwr. sl. dam. by silverfish.
= Bolliger IV, 362. Renowned Dutch avantgarde magazine, published between 1927 and 1929 in 22 issues. Its editorial board consisted of A. Müller Lehning, J.J.P. Oud, W. Pijper and L. Moholy-Nagy.
- Covers sl. foxed; duswrs. w. (repaired) tears.
Houten, A. van. Gerrit van Houten. Zijn levensbeschrijving met 50 reproducties zijner werken. Introd. G. Knuttel Jr. The Hague, M. Nijhoff, 1928, 1st ed., VIII,37 textp., frontisp., 50 plates, printed in 200 copies, orig. giltlettered cloth, 4to.
- Sm. bookplate on upper pastedown; sl. foxed. Covers waterstained.
AND 7 others, i.a. A. PLASSCHAERT, Petrus Theodorus van Wijngaerdt (Utr., 1914, tipped-in ills., printed in 500 numb. copies (100), orig. wr., 4to).
- Final 8 leaves and both wrappers waterstained in upper half (frontwr. only in margins of upper left corner); partly waterwrinkled at upper end of inner margin (occas. also (sl.) waterstained).
= Remarkable copy with a bold MANUSCRIPT DEDICATION to ARMANDO in blue ballpoint by ASGER JORN on the title-p. to "Image et Forme": "1959 München Voor Armando 20/4" signed in reverse "Jorn". Interesting publication. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VII.
= SIGNED by the artist on htitle-p.
Jungwirth, M. Martha Jungwirth. A&O. Jennersdorf, Kunst an der Grenze, 2011, (64)p., (full-p.) col. ills., orig. pict. wr., 4to.
= Dedication by the artist to ARMANDO on htitle-p. Rare.
AND 4 others on/ by Martha Jungwirth, all from the library of ARMANDO, i.a. O. BREICHA, Martha Jungwirth, Spittelauer Lände (Salzburg, 1994, num. col. ills., orig. boards, obl. 4to) and M. JUNGWIRTH, Bali (n.pl., 1995, col. ills., orig. boards w. (sl. dam.) pict. dustwr., obl. 4to) (both w. dedication of the artist to "Antje" [Majewski?] on htitle).
= With texts by i.a. Samuel Beckett, Paul Celan, Jean-Paul Sartre a.o
AND 2 others, i.a. M.-P. FOUCHET, Wilfredo Lam (Barcelona, 1989, 2nd ed., num. ills., orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to).
- Dustwrapper torn/ creased along edges; spine ends bumped. Contents fine.
Ehmann, A. (ed.). Anselm Kiefer. Maria durch das Dornwald ging. Salzburg, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, 2008, 129,(7)p., (full-p.) (double-p.) (col.) ills., orig. boards w. dustwr., large 4to.
- Boards sl. sunned along lower edges. Contents fine.
AND 9 others on the same, i.a. M. CACCIARI and G. CELANT, Anselm Kiefer (Milan, 1997, num. ills., pict. wr., 4to).
= From the library of ARMANDO.
- Frontwr. w. unobtrusive scratch and w. sm. fold in upper corner.
= One of 27 numb . copies of the DELUXE edition, SIGNED by both artists, marked "Isis" and "19/27" in thick black marker on htitle, in orig. board box w. mounted and numb. title label on lid, together w. a loosely inserted paper cross (30x21 cm.) titled "Seelensaal am Hain" in black marker on recto and "19/27" in blue ballpoint on verso and w. loosely inserted original photograph (17,5x25 cm.), verso w. stamp "EK" and numb. "19/27" in pencil. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE VIII.
= Lemmens/ Stommels 1985-09 and 1986-04. Rare periodical of the artist collective Knust, who now are renowned for their stencil art. Knust was an initiative of Jan Dirk de Wilde and were a group of artists, squatters and anarchists connected through the Westland squatters building in Nijmegen.