106 - 571 FINE and APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
- Frontwr. w. rubbed spot in blank margin.
ADDED: "Manifest" gegen den Avantgardismus. Basel, Panderma, 1958, 1 fold. folio red paper leaf, printed on recto only.
- Trifle discol. on folds.
AND 11 other publications, inserts and prints related to PANDERMA, incl. 1 incomplete issue and a duplicate of the "Manifest".
= With SIGNED DEDICATION by the artist on first free endpaper. One of 150 copies in orig. cl. slipcase, with an orig. numb. and signed lithogr. selfportrait by AAT VELDHOEN loosely inserted. (Vroom 63-10). AND WITH a loosely inserted orig. circular pencil drawing, (coitus in close-up), signed in pencil.
- Wr. sl. fingersoiled; lower outer corner frontcover sl. worn.
= Rare. Small brochure on the assignment of the artist by the department store de Bijenkorf on its 80th anniversary.
- Owner's entry and blindst. of Jan van Toorn on title-p.
Petruschat, J. Zur Anpassung des Designs an die digitalen Medien. Berlin, Form + Zweck, 1997, 154,(4)p., ills., orig. hcl., reflecting slipcase, 4to. - AND 4 others, i.a. AD DEKKERS. DE LIJN (Eindh., 1974, ills., orig. wr., sq. 4to) and KINETICS (London, 1970, ills., loose as issued in orig. wr., narrow 8vo. Exhib. cat. Hayward Gallery).
- Lacks (as usual) balloon; one object (the "Chelsea Girls" disc) loose.
= Black star book. Rare complete copy of this remarkable pop art book, with all 10 objects and pop-ups present, incl. a pop-up castle ("We're attacked constantly"), a folding paper accordion, a pop-up airplane, a fold. geometrical object, a volvelle model of a nose and a pop-up can of Hunt's tomato paste. Parr/ Badger II, p.144f: "(...) one of the most important and exuberant Pop art objects ever published. From its holographic bubble-wrap cover to the various pop-ups and 'gifts' (...) to the stream-of-consciousness photographs by such artists as Billy Name and Nat Finkelstein, it is also one of the ultimate photobooks-as-objects. It is, in addition, the primary Factory photo album, one of the most authorative biographies of Warhol and a supreme example of the diaristic photographic mode before there was a considered diaristic mode." SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XVIII.
- Glassine dustwr. partly sl. yellowed and w. sm. tear in upper corner.
- Yellowed as usual.
= Vol. VI, no.8 (sl. frayed), 11 and 12; vol. VIII, no.3 and 7; vol. IX, no.6 and 12; vol. X, no.6 and 10; vol. XI, no.12; vol. XIV, no.5.
= Nice publication, the first and last lvs. cut through the centre to create photomontages.
AND 4 others on Warhol and photography, i.a. E. BILLETER a.o., Andy Warhol (Bern, 1978, richly illustrated, orig. cl. w. dustwr., 4to) and ANDY WARHOL FOTOGRAFIERT VON RON GALELLA. Introd. G. O'Brien (Leipsic, 2008, richly illustrated, orig. pict. boards, 4to).
- Frotwrapper splitting at lower end upper joint. One leaf w. annot. in blue pen.
= Parr/ Badger p.144. Catalogue of the exhibition held at Moderna Museet in Stockholm February-March 1968. Scarce.
- Without the original wrappers as published. Contents (sl.) foxed as usual; bookblock loose; sm. owner's entry on htitle. Lacks binding-cords, replaced by nails; mor. letterpiece dam.
= Le Coultre 7/3-9e. "This book consists of seven special numbers of the art magazine Wendingen" (colophon). With contributions by H.Th. Wijdeveld, F.L. Wright, L. Mumford, H.P. Berlage, J.J.P. Oud, R. Mallet Stevens, E. Mendelsohn and L.J. Sullivan.
- Without no. 5 and 7/8. Occas. trifle foxed/ yellowed. All vols. wr. frayed/ (sl.) dam./ dustsoiled (1x waterstained)
= Le Coultre 2-1-4/ 6/ 9-12d. Wrappers by/ after K.P.C. de Bazel, P. Bolken, J. Luger, H. Krop, Jan Sluijters, J. Toorop and G.F. la Croix.
Wendingen. Year 1, no.12. Jan. Toorop. Ibid., idem, 1918, 48p., ills., contemp. clothbacked boards w. orig. wr. by W. VAN KONIJNENBURG laid down, 4to.
- Cover soiled and worn along extremities.