Paris: Chaval d'attaque, 1981, softcover, ISBN 2-86200-01705. Inscribed in French to the American sculptor Mark di Suvero in 1989. Some of the tipped-in plates are a little wavy from age. Very Good all around, if slightly cocked; a few small marks to covers.
First edition. Marseille: Tacussel, 1910. Poor condition with cover and first page detached, missing spine label, rear cover missing, binding frail. Accompanied by note in ink by Claude Fredericks proclaiming the book to have been a gift from Alice B. Toklas, "probably June 1950". Fredericks (October 14, 1923 – January 11, 2013) was an American poet, playwright, printer, writer, and teacher. Fredericks published Gertrude Stein at his Banyan Press (Blood on The Dining Room Floor and Things As They Are) and subsequently met Toklas in Paris in 1950. They became good friends.
Hardcover 8vo with DJ both in VG condition. Minor rubbing to DJ. Walker & Company, 1968. This copy is inscribed with an acorn drawing to Claude Fredericks. Fredericks (October 14, 1923 – January 11, 2013) was an American poet, playwright, printer, writer, and teacher. He was a professor of literature at Bennington College in Vermont for more than 30 years, from 1961 to 1993."
New Hardcover, 199 pages. Warren, VT: Floating World Editions, 2017. Text by Sakagami Shinobu. Illustrated.
Poster/Gagosian Gallery 20027" x 37" / from an exhibition in May-June 2002 at Gagosian Beverly Hills/ Depicted is a detail of "African Masks", 1984-85, 84" x 420" / Poster rolled in plastic mailer tube to which is affixed the mailing address of a well known art historian. Images depict four consecutive photos of the image.
New York, Seth Siegelaub / 1969 First edition/ stapled wrappers / 27.6x21.2cms, text in English, French and German / Black and white ills., 32 pp. Very Good Condition.
Marcia Tucker & James Monte / Whitney Museum of American Art, 1969. Softcover / Very good Condition.Carl Andre, Michael Asher, Lynda Benglis, William Bollinger, John Duff, Rafael Ferrer, Robert Fiore, Philip glass, Eva Hesse, Neil Jenney, Barry Le Va, Robert Lobe, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Steve Reich, Robert Rohm, Robert Ryman, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, Michael Snow, Keith Sonnier, Richard Tuttle.
New York: Mode Records, 2016. Hardcover, 224 pages, English and German text. Includes audio DVD with complete, original "radio Happenings" programs - five hours of Cage & Feldman's conversations commercially available for the first time in digitally remastered sound from original analog tapes.
Imperfect Publishing / 2008 / 0981484603An updated version of the seminal 1994 classic volume on the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete.
Jack Falvey (author) / Wolo (illustrator)Nitty Gritty Productions / 1969 VG in illustrated orange wraps. Color ills throughout. Just light shelf wear to wrap with faint sunning to spine.
Armstrong Cork Company, Linoleum Division / Lancaster, PA / No DateVG in decorated boards. 8vo. Color tipped-in plates and B & W ills. Light shelf wear and rubbing to boards. previous owner's name to h.t.p.
Vangaurd Press, Inc. / 1963 / Second PrintingVG in VG d.j. 8vo. B & W ills and various colored paper stocks. Light shelf wear to d.j. with some chipping to crown of spine. Slight sunning to boards along top edge.
NEW PAPERBACKDrag City / 2000 / 0965618323
Beckett Paper Company N.D.NF in VG envelope. Consists of a brochure, a reproduction of a poster for garden seeds, a reproduction of a stencil, and a small booklet with "notes" on this production, all in an envelope with tie string, which in turn is in a larger orange envelope. Envelope has a bit of crumpling to edge with a few small tears.
The art dealer Richard Bellamy as photographer. Includes essays by di Suvero, Barbara Flynn, Barbara Rose and others. Shrink-wrapped Cloth in DJ, 160 pages. Storm King Art center, 2003.
Tony Smith. Matthew Marks Gallery / 200218" X 24" two-sided poster folded to pamphlet size. Produced as announcement for exhibition, one side has title in white against photo of sculpture in greenery. The other side shows black and white images of nine sculptures. lengthy text by Jean-Pierre Criqui. The usual creases, and electronic address stamp (to Katy Siegel, Hunter College.)
Gallery Bruno Bischofberger, 1996 / Octavo softcover, Fine condition in Fine DJ. Uncommon.
NY: Dutton, 1972. Edited by Billy Kluver, Julie Martin and Barbara Rose. This copy is INSCRIBED by Kluver to the American sculptor Mark di Suvero, thus: To Mark / Best and all that / Billy. The book looks like it was dropped out of a small plane into an Amazonian swamp, with heavy stains to covers and edges but remarkably not much to pages themselves. Bottom edge of cover torn a bit and page edgesWhat most likely really happened is that the book was the victim of a flood at the artist's Long Island City studio some years ago and then was confined to a damp box. An important 20th Century artistic document, heavily illustrated in black and white.