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Most of the program is devoted to listing the various city, village and county officers, police, fire companies and military personnel who are to take part in a procession led by the Grand Marshal H. B. Duryea. This is to be followed in the evening by a fireworks display and the illumination of city buildings with various delegations reporting to City Hall and the County Court Rooms.
Rare. Fair .
Included is a catalog of 30 items from the university's collection of rare books, manuscripts and fine bindings, which were on display. Very good .
Limited edition of 450 copies.
This Czech annual covers book design, typography and the graphic arts. The text is in Czech with a table of contents in French, English & German at the rear. Very good .
"Herausgegeben von / Edited by: Jochen Poetter [and] Helmut Friedel."
Published on the occasion of the "Chuck Close Retrospective" exhibition at the Kunsthalle Baden-Baden from April 4 to June 6, 1994, and Munich's Kunstbau Lenbachhaus from July 7 through September 11, 1994. Very good .
This issue contains a special section "Reinventions: A New Look at Fairy Tales, Legends, Parables & Fables", Among the contributions to this section are an interview with Rick Moody on "Hawthorne and the Black Veil', essays by Neil Gaiman and Richard Howard, fiction by Jeanette Winterson and artwork by Colin Hunt and Lisa Yuskavage. Fine .
Edited by Bradford Morrow. Co- founding Editor: Kenneth Rexroth. Contributing Editors: Edouard Roditi (Paris); Walter Abish, James Purdy, Guy Davenport, Claude Fredericks, Donald Hall, Nathaniel Tarn (USA). Fine .
"Limited cloth edition".
Edited by Bradford Morrow. Consulting Editor: Kenneth Rexroth. Contributing Editors: Edouard Roditi (Paris); Walter Abish, Guy Davenport, Claude Fredericks, Donald Hall, Nathaniel Tarn (USA). Fine .
Edited by Bradford Morrow. Contributing Editors: Edouard Roditi (Paris); Walter Abish, Guy Davenport, Kenneth Irby, Ann Lauterbach, Nathaniel Tarn (USA).
Among the contents are conversations between Robert Duncan and Michael McClure and between Edmund White and Edouard Roditi, fiction by John Hawkes and Mary Caponegro, essays by Walter Abish and Cid Corman and poetry by Douglas Messerli, Nathaniel Tarn and others. Very good .
Edited by Bradford Morrow. Consulting Editor: Kenneth Rexroth. Contributing Editors: Edouard Roditi (Paris); Walter Abish, Guy Davenport, Claude Fredericks, Donald Hall, Nathaniel Tarn (USA). Very good .
Among the contents are four poems by Dorothy Parker. Good .
39 items were exhibited and are discussed in this pamphlet. Very good .
Edited by Michael Kohler, with texts by Zdenek Felix, Michael Kohler and Andreas Vowinckel on the art of photography during the 1980s.
"From the abundance of Post-Modern photographic strategies currently in use this book focuses upon what is surely the most spectacular: the 'constructed' photograph. The term refers to works of photography in which the motif has been staged especially for the picture and in which the respective artist, in addition to his role as a photographer, also plays the part of director, stage and costume designer, make-up artist and from time to time of performer as well." -- [Quoted from the dw blurb].
Includes works by Cindy Sherman, Jeff Koons, Tjarda Sixma, Teun Hocks, Joel-Peter Witkin, Sandy Skoglund, Bernard Faucon, Boyd Webb, Tom Drahos, Arthur Tress, Ellen Brooks, Berhard Prinz, Jan Groover, Tim Head, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Winfred Evers, Barbara Kasten, among many others. Fine .
Among the contents of this issue are a section on independent publishing with articles by Richard Kostelanetz, Diane Kruchow and Tom Scott; and a section of writings by and about Native American poets, including an interview with Oneida poet Roberta Hill Whiteman and essays on Peter Blue Cloud, Duane Niatum and Ramson Lomatewama. Good .