132 - 915 FINE AND APPLIED ARTS AND COMMERCIAL ART
= With AUTOGRAPH SIGNED DEDICATION by Marina Abramović.
- Covers sl. soiled.
= One of 65 Roman numb. copies signed by the author and the artist.
- Top of spine trifle dam. = Copy marked "H.C.", SIGNED by the artist on the colophon.
AND 1 other by the same.
= Rare invitation booklet. Contains a long poem ("in beautiful, brutal Ting's English") that Walasse Ting dedicated to Alechinsky.
Pierre Alechinsky. Chicago/ Minnesota/ New York, The Arts Club/ The University Gallery/ The Jewish Museum, 1965, (20)p., ills. and orig. lithogr. wr. (recto in black, verso col.) by P. ALECHINSKY, square 8vo. Dessins et gravures de Pierre Alechinsky. Jerusalem, Musée d'Israël, 1970, (20)p., ills. and orig. col. lithogr. wr. by P. ALECHINSKY, square 8vo.
= Contains texts by Alechinsky ("Three pillories, a key to an image") and Jacques Putman.
Alechinsky. First One Man Show in New York. Ibid., idem, 1962, (8)p., ills. and fold. wr. w. 4 orig. (col.) lithographs by P. ALECHINSKY, square 8vo.
= Rare invitation booklet. Contains a long poem ("in beautiful, brutal Ting's English) Walasse Ting dedicated to Alechinsky.
AND 2 others by/ on the same.
- Lacks the orig. lithograph.
= One of the 100 signed copies that should contain an orig. coloured lithograph (lacking in our copy).
Abadie, D. Alechinsky. Sources et résurgences. Ibid., Hazan, 2006, 157,(2)p., num. col. ills., orig. boards w. dustwr. - AND 8 others, i.a. P. ALECHINSKY, Tussen de regels. Ed. E.-G. Güse. Dutch transl. B. Ruijsenaars (The Hague, 1997, num. col. ills., orig. wr., 4to); D. ABADIE and W. VAN DEN BUSSCHE, Pierre Alechinsky (Antw., 2000, num. (col.) ills., orig. boards, 4to); R. VAN DE VELDE, Pierre Alechinsky. Noire sur blanc (Antw., 1999, num. (col.) ills., orig. boards, 4to); H. CLAUS a.o., Pierre Alechinsky: middelpunt en kantlijn (Brussels, 1988, num. (photogr.) ills., orig. boards) and H. CIXOUS, Gare d'Osnabrück à Jerusalem (Paris, 2016, ills., orig. wr.).
= Rare work by the minimalist Carl Andre after his novel length poem which contains a series of stories reporting a shooting that took place in Waco, Texas on April 1, 1898. One of 78 copies, SIGNED in felt-tip pen by the artist on title-page. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE II.
= With an ORIGINAL ETCHING as frontispiece, signed "Antes 6" and "4/50" in pencil, and with SIGNED DEDICATION by the artist in pen and ink on title.
Horst Antes. Keramiken, Bilder, Zeichnungen, Grafik. Munich, Galerie Stangel, 1965, without pagination, 4 ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS (2 double-p.) by H. ANTES, (col.) ills., orig. wr.
- Loosening, but fine.
= SIGNED in black ballpoint on title-page.
Ecrits sur Karel Appel. Ibid., idem, 1983, 407,(1)p., ills., orig. wr.
= SIGNED in black ballpoint on first free endpaper.
= Contains facs. texts by Karel Appel and a series of col. photogr. ills. of Appel painting over a Mercedes car.
WITH an extensive AUTOGRAPH TEXT by the artist, black felt-tip writer, 14 large lvs. (mainly ±43x32 cm.), numb. 1-14, recto only.
- The last leaf formerly laid down, w. gluestains on verso and repaired tear in lower margin (penetrating the text).
= A remarkable manuscript in which Karel Appel extensively comments on his painting of the car, thus giving a detailed insight in his ideas. Only a very few lines have been used in the above bookpublication.
= SIGNED by the artist in pencil on htitle.
Appel, K. a.o. Propos en liberté. Ibid., idem, 1985, 198p., plates, orig. wr.
= SIGNED in pencil onfirst free endpaper.
Ariel 4. Appel. Ibid., Galerie Ariel, 1966, (11)p., printed in 750 numb. copies, loose as issued, double-p. col. lithograph and orig. col. lithogr. wr. by K. APPEL, large 4to. - AND 1 other on the same.