Herman DeVries On The Beach-Morocco 2006, 2006
66 pages ; edition 36, numbered and signed. Title-page and 33 pages each with a photo in colour, back-page with imprint, numbering and signature, japanese binding, in white cardboard box with title on spine. 32 × 21 × 2.7 cm
Marcel Duchamp | Marchand du Sel | 1958 | Zucker Art Books
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Robert Filliou Je Meurs Trop, 1977
9 1/8 x 4 3/8 x 1 1/8 in. (23.3 x 11 x 3 cm)
A brown brick with a white label attached and a grey/green label with white print wrapped around the brick. The numbers 22,11,30 are etched in the brick. Signed and numbered by the artistin an edition of 50. Text is in French by Antonin Artaud. Fireproof brick.
Piero Manzoni Piero Manzoni: Life and Work, 1969
7 1/8 x 6 1/8 in. (18 x 15.5 cm)
Softcover, mylar, bound by plastic clip. Except for the title page, the book is blank. Signed by Jes Petersen who originally published it in 1963. Reference: p. 265, "Piero Manzoni", published by Priero Editore, Milan, 1989; 20 Jes Petersen Germany artist’s book. Edition of 100 copies.
Piero Manzoni | Manzoni Life and Works Announcements | | Zucker Art Books
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Almir Mavignier Vertikal, 1961
Set of 16 silkscreens. self published, edition size is 50 however it came with two other sets of 16 different prints, Horizontal and Quadrat in a portfolio called "48 permutationen." Many were not signe din the period however this set was.
Almir Mavignier | Vertikal | 1961 | Zucker Art Books
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Multiple Artists IT Zero Set 1 + 2 +3, 1958-61
Full Set of Zero magazine. Manifestos were often published in association with the shows, such as Zero 1 (1958), Zero 2 (1958), and Zero 3 (1961). These included texts in multiple languages written by artists and curators active in the Zero circle who sought to define what they termed "The New Artistic Conception." Otto Piene said Zero was "a zone of silence and of pure possibilities for a new beginning."
Multiple Artists IT | Zero Set 1 + 2 +3 | 1958-61 | Zucker Art Books
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Bruno Munari Libro Illeggible N.Y.1, 1967
8 5/8 x 8 7/8 in. (22 x 22.5 cm)
This is a unique book designed by Bruno Munari especially for The Museum of Modern Art. It is one of a group of books in which visual discourse, rather than a text composed of words, carries the thread of the story... -- from publisher's statement. Text in Italian and English. This is the absolute first copy in the edition, #1 of 644.
Bruno Munari | Libro Illeggible N.Y.1 | 1967 | Zucker Art Books
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Eduardo Paolozzi General Dynamic Fun., 1965-70
15 1/8 x 10 1/4 in. (38.5 x 26 cm)
Paolozzi's canny alchemy is vividly apparent in General Dynamic F.U.N, a series of fifty screenprints and photolithographs created between 1965 and 1970. Here Paolozzi employs the technologies of mass-reproduction and gorges on its idols – the household names and familiar faces of consumer advertising, high fashion and Hollywood. The prints, which bear idiosyncratic titles such as 'Totems and Taboos of the Nine-to-Five Day'; 'Twenty Traumatic Twinges' and 'Cary Grant as a Male War Bride', do not occupy a rigid sequence but can be assembled and viewed in any order. For Paolozzi, the modern age, exposed as ephemera, is a necessarily fragmented collision of visual stimulus and influence, and his work is a 'health warning for an uncreative and thriftless society'.
Twentysix Gasoline Stations Various Small Fires Some Los Angeles Apartments,Every Building on the Sunset Strip Thrityfour Parking Lots, Royal Road Test Business Cards Nine Swimming Pools Stains Crackers Babycakes Real Estate Opportunities A Few Palm Trees Dutch Details Records Colored People Hard Light Note that Business Cards & Stains are signed as issued. Additional books included: Billy, Edward Ruscha Green Small Book with Foster/Ruscha Cards all in 19 plexi boxes.
Daniel Spoerri Untitled( Objects from Anecdoted Topography of Chance, 1962), 1968
This print is of all the objects DS described in his book from 1962, Topographie Anécdotée* du Hasard (Anecdoted Topography of Chance)- In connection with a one man show of his snare-pictures at the Galerie Lawrence in Paris in 1962, Spoerri wrote his Topographie Anécdotée* du Hasard (Anecdoted Topography of Chance). Spoerri was then living at the Hotel Carcassone in Paris, in room number 13 on the fifth floor. To the right of the entrance door was a table which his wife Vera had painted blue. Spoerri drew on a ‘map" the overlapping outlines of all the 80 objects that were lying on the table on 17 October 1961 at exactly 3:47 p.m. Each object was assigned a number and Spoerri wrote a brief description of each object and the memories or associations it evoked. The descriptions cross referenced other objects on the table which were related. The Topographie Anécdotée* du Hasard was printed as a small pamphlet of 53 pages plus a fold out map and index and was distributed as an advertisement for the exhibit. The Topographie Anécdotée* du Hasard is more than just a catalog of random objects, however; read in its entirety, it provides a coherent and compelling picture of Spoerri's travels, friends and artistic endeavors.signed and dedicated in 1968
Daniel Spoerri | Untitled( Objects from Anecdoted Topography of Chance, 1962) | 1968 | Zucker Art Books
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Daniel Spoerri Topographie Anecdotee Du Hasard/ Anecdoted Topography of Chance, 1962
The Topographie Anécdotée du Hasard was printed as a small pamphlet of 53 pages plus a fold out map and index and was distributed as an advertisement for the exhibit. The Topographie Anécdotée du Hasard is more than just a catalog of random objects, however; read in its entirety, it provides a coherent and compelling picture of Spoerri's travels, friends and artistic endeavors.