103 - 587 FINE and APPLIED ARTS, ART REFERENCE
- The orig. frontwrapper (bound at the end) cut sl. short. Otherwise fine.
= Edice Odeon 37. Vloemans 114; Primus, Tchechische Avantgarde 1922-1940, no.84, ill.24; Bollinger VI, no.691. The second, but first illustrated, edition of Biebl's poems from the years 1926-1927, containing 5 full-p. (incl. title) and 6 smaller typographical compositions by Teige. Together with Biebl's Zlom, an outstanding item of Teige's concept of constructivist typography.
= Edice Odeon 46. Vloemans 115; Primus, Tchechische Avantgarde 1922-1940, no.80, ill.76; Bollinger VI, no.692. Second, enlarged edition of Biebl's surrealistic poems from the years 1923-1928 (1st ed. 1925), the first with Teige's typographical compositions in red and black on yellow paper.
= With tipped-in booklet ((16)p.), with German translation of the text, printed for the exhibition at the Albertina.
Kaleya, T. Hommes. Paris, R. Laffont, 1974, (6)p., 1 tipped-in col. plate, num. photogr. plates, orig. cl. w. mounted col. plate on frontcover, obl. folio. - AND 2 others by Dutch artists.
- Covers some scratches/ sl. worn along extremities.
= Fine, almost complete run (lacks the 2 final years 1913 and 1914) in the original art nouvau bindings. With important contributions on i.a. the Ballets Russes of Diaghilev, Chaliapine and Sarah Bernardt. With i.a. the special issue dedicated to the Ballets Russes No. 249 (1909) (w. illustrated frontwr. of Nijisky and Anna Pavlova) and No. 298 (1911) (w. frontwr. of Tamara Karsavina). SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE XIV.
- Owner's entry on first free endpaper erased w. tipp-ex.
= Complete copy incl. all the extra items: 2 tipped-in cards by Ben Vauthier and a leaf from a dictionary; the pamphlet Chance Imagery by George Brecht; 3 serigraphs by G. von Graevenitz; a signed multiple and fold. leaf by F. Morellet; 2 small red dice. This copy also w. some additions in ballpoint (i.a. "corner piece") on inside ringbinder by Ben Vauthier.
- Lacks (as often) the extra items: 2 dice, cards by B. Vautier and a signed sheet by F. Morellet. Binder w. sm. dam. spots on frontcover; otherwise fine.
= Publication accomp. a five-day workshop on the topic of coincidence in art, biology, literature, music, psychology, mathematics and physics. Comprises texts by i.a. F. Haks, E. van Uitert, H. Blotkamp and E. van Straaten. Also incl. the pamphlet Chance Imagery by G. Brecht (New York, 1966).
Klar, A. (ed.). Fluxus at 50. Bielefeld, Kerber, 2012, German ed. exhibition catalogue, 192p., num. (col.) ills., orig. boards, 4to. - AND 5 others, incl. G. HERZOG (ed.), Sediment. Mitteilungen zur Geschichte des Kunsthandels. Issue 9. Nam June Paiks frühe Jahre im Rheinland (Nürnb., 2005, num. ills., orig. wr., 4to).
- All fine.
- Slipcase stained.
- Frontwr. sl. dogeared.
- Frontwr. loose
- Catalogue of 1956 plasticized.
= Catalogues of 1962, 1965 and 125M with inserted booklets, i.a. Teak serie, Prijs courant, De woninginrichting in nieuwe banen and Pastoe slaapkamermeubelen in oregon pine en teak.
Idem. Pastoe Q-bus. Ibid., idem, n.d., leporello, richly illustrated, self-wrapping. - AND 3 others similar.
= I.a. Ahrend (4x, 1959-1962) and Gispen (1963, owner's annot. on final p.).
- Occas. w. sm. marginal tear(s); some lvs. cancelled w. blue or red pencil.
ADDED: 16 copies of a trade-catalogue of "Leeslampen" by L. van Kesteren N.V., Meubelfabriek annex Verlichting (Beesd, 1953, ills., orig. wr.) and a few loose lvs. from a related catalogue by Hildebrand & Co., Amsterdam.
= With loosely inserted booklet "Commentaires de l'artiste sur les oeuvres de la présente édition" (orig. wr., 4to).
Yannis Tsarouchis 1910-1989. Ibid., n.publ., 2010, 405,(2)p., (col.) ills., printed in 500 copies, orig. wr., sq. 4to.
- Dustwr. some sm. tears and strengthened at top of spine.
Berkum, A. van and Blekkenhorst, T. Science * Art. Utr., Fentener van Vlissingen Fund, n.d. (±1985), 136p., (col.) ills., orig. dec. boards and perforated board slipcase, 4to.
- Some sl. foxing.
= The 3 pages on the inside listing the exhibited works, by i.a. Hans Arp, Theo van Doesburg, Joachim Torrès-Garcia, Frank Kupka, Joan Mirò, Piet Mondriaan, Pablo Picasso, Gino Severini, Tutundjian and Jacques Villon. Rare.
- Titleplate on frontcover sl. nibbled by silverfish.
= One of 12 copies signed and numb. ("XI/XII") in pencil and reserved for Ulay.
Ulay, Bojan, M.R. and Cassin, A. Whispers: Ulay on Ulay. Amst., Valiz Foundation, 2014, 536p., richly illustrated, orig. boards, 4to (with an AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION). - AND 2 others by Ulay.
- Tear in slip.
= One of 100 copies signed and numb. by Ulay with a c-print of a Chinese man making a picture loosely inserted (signed "Ulay", numb. "86/100" and "98.2000" in red pen on verso).