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An international exhibition of visual poetry works relating to Malmo. Among the artists included are Emmett Williams, Michael Craig-Martin; Victor Burgin, John Hilliard, Bernard Heidseick, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Maurizio Nannucci and Jochen Gerz. The text is in the languages of the artists with the preface by Eje Hogestatt printed in Swedish and English. Very good .
A wonderful illustrated catalog of the photography exhibitions taking place at galleries throughout Paris during the annual "Mois de la Photo".
Includes works by Walter Carone, Janine Niepce, Bert Stern, Luigi Ghirri, Gerard Malanga, John Kobal, Andy Warhol, Brigitte Maria Mayer, Steef Zoetmulder, Gottfried Helwein, and many many others. Fine .
Centennial Edition. Very good .
In his introduction, William Rhawn comments that there have been no improvements in the common roads to match the spectacular growth and improvement of the railroads. The University of Pennsylvania's competition aimed to remedy this situation. Very good .
Subtitled on the dust jacket: "Fiction, poetry, criticism from England, France, Germany, Greece, New Zealand and the United States". Among the contents is an early piece by Donald Barthelme, "The Big Broadcast of 1938". There is also a symposium on ""Father and Son" by Stanley Kunitz with Josephine Miles, Robert Beloof, Robert Lowell and Stanley Kunitz.
Scarce in cloth. Very good .
Catalogue for an exhibition about the life and times of Italian printer Nicolo Bettoni. The text is in Italian. Very good .
717 items are catalogued, most of them with an illustration. The catalog includes a list of estimated prices in the rear, and a list of prices realized is laid in. Very good .
A journal of poetry and literary criticism. Among the contents of this issue are poems by Cathleen Shattuck, David C. D. Gansz, Benjamin Friedlander, Tom Mandel, Charles Bernstein, Robert Kelly and Douglas McNaughton. Fine .
There is a full-page illustration of a stork by Harrison Weir. Good .