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(ACCONCI, VITO) (AVALANCHE). SHARP, WILLOUGHBY, PUBLISHER. LIZA BEAR, EDITOR
AVALANCHE: FALL 1972 - NUMBER SIX (VITO ACCONCI MONOGRAPH)
New York, Avalanche., 1972, First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, Small Square 4to, 80pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Cover image - Vito Acconci by Van Schley. With a biography, bibliography, and index. This is the sixth installment of New York's premier Conceptual Art periodical of the seventies, "Avalanche". Edited in conjunction with Vito Acconci, this issue is a comprehensive monograph on the artist featuring scores of photographs, performance notes, documentation, and a transcribed interview with Liza Bear. A handsome example of this uncommon document showing some typical rubbing to the front cover and light wear. It has been priced accordingly.. Very Good.
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Book number: 026133
USD 192.50 [Appr.: EURO 160.75 | £UK 139.25 | JP 20946]
Catalogue: Periodical
Keywords: AVALANCHE: FALL 1972 - NUMBER SIX, Willoughby Sharp, Liza Bear, Vito Acconci, Artist Monograph, Conceptual Art, Minimal Art, Minimalism, Periodical Periodicals, Performance Video Art, Film, Cinema,, - ACCONCI, VITO

 (ANKH). CROPSEY, CHARLES & ED LANGE, EDITORS, ANKH (LIFE SYMBOL) MAGAZINE: VOLUME ONE, NUMBER ONE - VOLUME ONE, NUMBER FOUR
(ANKH). CROPSEY, CHARLES & ED LANGE, EDITORS
ANKH (LIFE SYMBOL) MAGAZINE: VOLUME ONE, NUMBER ONE - VOLUME ONE, NUMBER FOUR
Los Angeles. 1966 + 1967., Elysium Inc., Publishers., First Editions. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, 4to, 70 + 70 + 66 + 66pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Published by Los Angeles' last great nudist haven, The Elysium Institute, "Ankh" is arguably the most awesome of all the under the counter Hippie psychedelic magazines of the late sixties. Full-frontally illustrated throughout with photographs of well adjusted, hirsute sun worshippers in their teens and twenties (including the always photogenic Michelle Angelo) by the likes of Ed Lange, Walter Chappell, William Rotsler, and Russell Gay, the reader can all but smell the suntan lotion and Patchouli oil. Included are pictorials on communes, nudist colonies, and light shows along with articles such as "Sex in The Sun", "Group Therapy in the Nude" "What Hath God / LSD / God Wrought?", "Thoreau: The First Hippie", and the two-part "Barry McGuire (!) on Sex". A bright, spectacularly well-preserved run of the first four issues of this obscure crowd pleaser. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the explicit nature of some of the content here, you must be at least eighteen years of age to order this item.. Fine.
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Book number: 026483
USD 330.00 [Appr.: EURO 275.5 | £UK 238.75 | JP 35908]
Keywords: ANKH LIFE SYMBOL MAGAZINE: VOLUME ONE, NUMBER ONE - VOLUME ONE, NUMBER FOUR, Ed Lange, Charles Cropsey, Michelle Angelo, Walter Chappell, William Rotsler, Russell Gay, Nude Erotic Figure Photography, Erotica, Nudity Nudism, Elysium Institute, Countercultu

 (APERTURE) (SOMMER, FREDERICK). WHITE, MINOR, EDITOR, APERTURE 10:4: FREDERICK SOMMER 1939-1962 PHOTOGRAPHS
(APERTURE) (SOMMER, FREDERICK). WHITE, MINOR, EDITOR
APERTURE 10:4: FREDERICK SOMMER 1939-1962 PHOTOGRAPHS
Rochester, NY, Aperture Inc., 1962, First Edition. Stapled Printed Wrappers, 8vo, 42pp, 30 duotone illustrations + rear cover. Designed by Frederick Sommer. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This fortieth installment of Aperture from 1962 is designed and edited by, and devoted entirely to the writings and images of Frederick Sommer. The very first monograph on his work, it contains a portfolio of twenty-nine beautifully reproduced full page photographs by the venerable late American proponent of the Surrealist image. An internally bright, most handsome example of this surprisingly uncommon item (cited on pages 162-163 of "The Book of 101 Books") showing some faint spotting to the glossy white surface of the front cover. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase.. Very Good -.
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Book number: 019948
USD 440.00 [Appr.: EURO 367.25 | £UK 318.25 | JP 47878]
Keywords: APERTURE 10:4: FREDERICK SOMMER 1939-1962 PHOTOGRAPHS, Frederick Sommer, Minor White, Aperture Magazine, Periodical Periodicals, Surrealism, Surrealist Photography, Photo Monograph, The Photobook / Open Book / 101 Books / et al., Andrew Roth, "The Book of

 (APERTURE). WHITE, MINOR, EDITOR, APERTURE 12:3 1965
(APERTURE). WHITE, MINOR, EDITOR
APERTURE 12:3 1965
Rochester, NY, Aperture Inc., 1965, First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, 8vo, 40pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. This is the forty-seventh installment of Minor White's venerable photography journal "Aperture". The cover images are by Marie Cosindas and Paul Caponigro, with portfolios by John Brook and Edmund Teske (twenty images), and interior plates by Minor White, Charles Harbutt, and Joan Miro. A most presentable copy showing just a bit of overall light wear and age-toning along the spine of the wrappers along with a diagonal soft crease through a portion of the front cover. It has been priced accordingly.. Good +.
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Book number: 020086
USD 27.50 [Appr.: EURO 23 | £UK 20 | JP 2992]
Keywords: APERTURE 12:3, Minor White, Photo Magazine, Photography, Periodical Periodicals, Marie Cosindas, John Brook, Edmund Teske, Minor White, Charles Harbutt, Paul Caponigro, Joan Miro, - APERTURE

 (APERTURE). WHITE, MINOR, EDITOR, APERTURE 7:3 1959
(APERTURE). WHITE, MINOR, EDITOR
APERTURE 7:3 1959
Rochester, NY, Aperture Inc., 1959, First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, 8vo, 40pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. This is the twenty-seventh installment of Minor White's venerable photography journal "Aperture". The cover images are by Brett Weston and Nicholas Dean, the portfolios by Alfred Monner and Ruth Bernhard, with additional plates by Aaron Siskind and Imogen Cunningham. A bright, most handsome copy showing just a bit of light wear and soiling to the rear cover.. Near Fine.
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Book number: 020431
USD 49.50 [Appr.: EURO 41.5 | £UK 36 | JP 5386]
Keywords: Minor White, Aperture Magazine, Photo Photography, Periodical Periodicals, Brett Weston, Alfred Monner, Ruth Bernhard, Aaron Siskind, Imogen Cunningham, Nicholas Dean, - APERTURE

 
(APERTURE). WHITE, MINOR, EDITOR
APERTURE 7:3 1959
Rochester, NY, Aperture Inc., 1959, First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, 8vo, 40pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. This is the twenty-seventh installment of Minor White's venerable photography journal "Aperture". The cover images are by Brett Weston and Nicholas Dean, the portfolios by Alfred Monner and Ruth Bernhard, with additional plates by Aaron Siskind and Imogen Cunningham. A most presentable copy showing a slight dent to the crown of the spine along with some light wear and soiling to the covers. It has been priced accordingly.. Very Good -.
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Book number: 020432
USD 35.75 [Appr.: EURO 30 | £UK 26 | JP 3890]
Keywords: Minor White, Aperture Magazine, Photo Photography, Periodical Periodicals, Brett Weston, Alfred Monner, Ruth Bernhard, Aaron Siskind, Imogen Cunningham, Nicholas Dean, - APERTURE

 (ART-RITE). ROBINSON, WALTER & EDIT DEAK, EDITORS, ART-RITE NO. 14 - ARTISTS' BOOKS
(ART-RITE). ROBINSON, WALTER & EDIT DEAK, EDITORS
ART-RITE NO. 14 - ARTISTS' BOOKS
New York, Art-Rite Publishing Company., 1976, First Edition. Pictorial Stapled Wrappers, 4to, 78pp, illustrated in b&w. Cover by Carl Andre. This fourteenth installment of cutting-edge '70s New York art rag "Art-Rite Magazine" features a cover designed by Carl Andre along with contributions on or by Kathy Acker, John Baldessari, Daniel Buren, Robert Cumming, Agnes Denes, Peter Downsbrough, Jon Gibson, Judith Hoffberg, Allan Kaprow, Richard Kostalanetz, Sol LeWitt, Lucy Lippard, Christof Kohlhofer, Jane Logemann, Robert Morgan, Maurizio Nannucci, Richard Nonas, Adrian Piper, Lucio Pozzi, Marcia Resnick, Carolee Schneeman, Pat Steir, Richard Tuttle, Lawrence Weiner, Robin Winters, Douglas Huebler, David Salle, Rosalee Goldberg, A.A. Bronson, Naomi Spector, Eve Sonneman, Peter Frank, and a lengthy survey of artists' books. There are also several pages of advertisements from virtually all of the New York Galleries showing Conceptual Art at the time. A most handsome example of this uncommon item showing some typical slight age-toning to the edges of the newsprint pages along with a tiny nick and short closed tear to the covers.. Near Fine.
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Book number: 026580
USD 121.00 [Appr.: EURO 101 | £UK 87.5 | JP 13166]
Catalogue: Art Periodical
Keywords: ART-RITE NO. 14 - ARTISTS' BOOKS, Edit deAk, Walter Robinson, New York Art, Carl Andre, Kathy Acker, John Baldessari, Daniel Buren, Robert Cumming, Agnes Denes, Peter Downsbrough, Jon Gibson, Judith Hoffberg, Allan Kaprow, Richard Kostalanetz, Sol LeWitt,

 
(AVALANCHE). SHARP, WILLOUGHBY, PUBLISHER. LIZA BEAR, EDITORS
AVALANCHE: WINTER 1971 - NUMBER TWO
New York, Avalanche & Kineticism Press., 1971, First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, Small Square 4to, 99pp + advertisements, profusely illustrated in b&w. Cover image - Bruce Nauman by Gianfranco Gorgoni. This is the second installment of New York's premier Conceptual Art periodical of the seventies, "Avalanche". In addition to the "Rumbles" news section and advertisements for virtually every gallery on the planet showing Minimal and/or Conceptual work at the time, it contains transcribed interviews with artists Bruce Nauman, Vito Acconci, Dennis Oppenheim and Terry Fox, pieces on Yves Klein, Klaus Rinke, and 112 Greene Street, as well as contributions by John Van Saun, Bruce McLean, William Wegman, and Vito Acconci. A bright, most handsome example of this uncommon item.. Fine.
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Book number: 026128
USD 137.50 [Appr.: EURO 114.75 | £UK 99.5 | JP 14962]
Catalogue: Periodical
Keywords: AVALANCHE: WINTER 1971 - NUMBER TWO, Willoughby Sharp, Liza Bear, Conceptual Art, Minimal Art, Minimalism, Periodical Periodicals, Performance Video Art, Film, Cinema, Bruce Nauman, Gianfranco Gorgoni, Vito Acconci, Dennis Oppenheim, Terry Fox, Yves Klein

 
(AVALANCHE). SHARP, WILLOUGHBY, PUBLISHER. LIZA BEAR, EDITORS
AVALANCHE: SPRING 1972 - NUMBER FOUR
New York, Avalanche & Kineticism Press., 1972, First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, Small Square 4to, 73pp + advertisements, profusely illustrated in b&w. Cover image - Lawrence Weiner by Doug Connor. This is the fourth installment of New York's premier Conceptual Art periodical of the seventies, "Avalanche". In addition to the "Rumbles" news section and advertisements for virtually every gallery on the planet showing Minimal and/or Conceptual work at the time, it contains transcribed interviews with artists Jackie Winsor, Howard Fried, and Lawrence Weiner as well as contributions by Sol LeWitt, Alice Aycock, Stanley Brouwn, Franz Erhard Walther, Hanne Darboven, Walter De Maria, and Weiner. A handsome example copy of this uncommon item.. Near Fine.
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Book number: 026130
USD 165.00 [Appr.: EURO 137.75 | £UK 119.5 | JP 17954]
Catalogue: Periodical
Keywords: AVALANCHE: SPRING 1972 - NUMBER FOUR, Willoughby Sharp, Liza Bear, Conceptual Art, Minimal Art, Minimalism, Periodical Periodicals, Performance Video Art, Film, Cinema, Lawrence Weiner, Doug Connor, Jackie Winsor, Howard Fried, Sol LeWitt, Alice Aycock, S

 
(AVALANCHE). SHARP, WILLOUGHBY, PUBLISHER. LIZA BEAR, EDITORS
AVALANCHE: SUMMER 1972 - NUMBER FIVE
New York, Avalanche., 1972, First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, Small Square 4to, 59pp + advertisements, profusely illustrated in b&w. Cover image - Yvonne Rainer by Gianfranco Gorgoni. This is the fifth installment of New York's premier Conceptual Art periodical of the seventies, "Avalanche". In addition to the "Rumbles" news section and advertisements for virtually every gallery on the planet showing Minimal and/or Conceptual work at the time, it contains transcribed interviews with Jannis Kounellis, Philip Glass, and Yvonne Rainer along with contributions by Braco Dimitrijevic, Joseph Beuys, and Keith Sonnier. A most handsome example of this uncommon item.. Near Fine.
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Book number: 026131
USD 192.50 [Appr.: EURO 160.75 | £UK 139.25 | JP 20946]
Catalogue: Art Periodical
Keywords: AVALANCHE: SUMMER 1972 - NUMBER FIVE, Willoughby Sharp, Liza Bear, Conceptual and Minimal Art, Minimalism, Periodical Periodicals, Music + Sound Art, Performance Video Art, Film, Cinema, Conremporary Dance, Choreography, Jannis Kounellis, Philip Glass, Yv

0978869745 (AVALANCHE). SHARP, WILLOUGHBY, PUBLISHER. LIZA BEAR, EDITOR, AVALANCHE 1970-1976 (FACSIMILE REPRINT OF THE THIRTEEN COMPLETE ISSUES)
(AVALANCHE). SHARP, WILLOUGHBY, PUBLISHER. LIZA BEAR, EDITOR
AVALANCHE 1970-1976 (FACSIMILE REPRINT OF THE THIRTEEN COMPLETE ISSUES)
New York, Primary Information., 2010, First Edition Thus. (ISBN: 0-9788697-4-5) Loose Contents in a Box, Oblong Folio, np (1016pp), profusely illustrated in b&w. "Willoughby Sharp and Liza Bear founded "Avalanche" shortly after they met in 1968. At the time, Sharp was a New York-based independent curator and Bear an underground magazine editor who had recently moved to New York from London. They published the first issue in 1970 and collaborated on thirteen issues from 1970 to 1976. "Avalanche" focused on art from the perspective of artists rather than critics, and investigated new forms of art that were developing in the US and Europe with probing interviews, extensive use of photography and dynamic layouts. For many artists, publication in "Avalanche" preceded a one-person gallery or museum show. Aside from an eight page news section, the editorial content included only interviews, artists' texts and documents of art and art making. All interviews were conducted by Sharp, Bear or done jointly. Among the featured artists were Vito Acconci, Joseph Beuys, Hanne Darboven, Walter De Maria, Jan Dibbets, Philip Glass, Barry Le Va, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Gordon Matta-Clark, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Yvonne Rainer, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, William Wegman, Lawrence Weiner and Jackie Winsor. This boxed facsimile edition of the complete run of "Avalanche" was published by Primary Information in 2010, and reproduces the first eight issues individually along with the final five tabloid-format numbers in a slightly smaller format, single newsprint paperback. A pristine example of this quickly out of print, extraordinary undertaking still shrinkwrapped in the publisher's printed cardboard box, as issued.. As New/No Jackets - As Issued.
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Book number: 026138
USD 990.00 [Appr.: EURO 826.25 | £UK 715.75 | JP 107724]
Catalogue: Periodical
Keywords: Avalanche, Willoughby Sharp, Liza Bear, Conceptual Art, Minimal Art, Minimalism, Periodical Periodicals, Performance Video Art, Film, Cinema, Vito Acconci, Joseph Beuys, Hanne Darboven, Walter De Maria, Jan Dibbets, Philip Glass, Barry Le Va, Sol LeWitt,

 (REGGAE BEAT AND AFRICAN BEAT). SMITH, C.C., EDITOR, REGGAE BEAT AND AFRICAN BEAT: JUNE 1983 (VOL. II, #5)
(REGGAE BEAT AND AFRICAN BEAT). SMITH, C.C., EDITOR
REGGAE BEAT AND AFRICAN BEAT: JUNE 1983 (VOL. II, #5)
Los Angeles, Bongo Productions., 1983, First Edition. Pictorial Wrappers, 4to, 20pp, illustrated in b&w. C.C. Smith's Los Angeles-based "Reggae Beat and African Beat" is the magazine that grew out of deejays Smith, Hank Holmes and Roger Steffens' early eighties weekly KCRW show "The Reggae Beat". This eleventh issue from June 1983 includes contributions on or by Steffens, Kingston's "Reggae Sunsplash '83" by Jill Taylor and Ann Summa, Planet 10, The Untouchables, South African Music by Philip Cramer, Doug Wendt, and loads of informative vintage record reviews, playlists, and advertisements. A most handsome example of this uncommon item.. Fine.
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Book number: 023293
USD 27.50 [Appr.: EURO 23 | £UK 20 | JP 2992]
Catalogue: Music Periodical
Keywords: REGGAE BEAT AND AFRICAN BEAT: JUNE 1983 VOL. II, #5 , C.C. Smith, Hank Holmes, Roger Steffens, Jamaica, Jamaican Music, Music + Sound Art, "Reggae Sunsplash '83", Jill Taylor, Ann Summa, Planet 10, The Untouchables, South African Music, Philip Cramer, Dou

 (BERMAN, WALLACE) (SEMINA). BERMAN, WALLACE, SEMINA 7 (ALEPH / A GESTURE INVOLVING PHOTOGRAPHS, DRAWINGS & TEXT BY WALLACE BERMAN)
(BERMAN, WALLACE) (SEMINA). BERMAN, WALLACE
SEMINA 7 (ALEPH / A GESTURE INVOLVING PHOTOGRAPHS, DRAWINGS & TEXT BY WALLACE BERMAN)
Larkspur, CA, Self-Published., 1961, First Edition 1/200. Chipboard Portfolio, 8vo, np, 18 individual inserts printed offset on cardstock or paper housed a printed paper pocket, 11 monochrome illustrations + front cover. This seventh installment of "Semina" - Wallace Berman's legendary, and legendarily scarce handmade literary and art periodical - is subtitled "Aleph". Published in Larkspur in 1961, unlike its predecessors that anthologized work from the movers and shakers of the West Coast Beat scene, this number is entirely devoted entirely to contributions by Berman himself. It is comprised of eighteen loose reproductions of photographs, drawings, and text - many of which combine these elements. A complete, internally handsome example of this exceedingly uncommon item limited to two hundred unnumbered copies. The eleven photographic reproductions on cardstock are bright and fresh, while several of the text pieces printed on matte paper show typical minor soiling, offsetting, and age-toning. The printed white pocket into which these are gathered is still securely affixed to the inside rear cover. Externally, the title pastedown on the front cover shows some mild rubbing and foxing, and the brittle, highly acidic chipboard covers have light overall wear, age-toning, and soiling. More notably, the covers have separated cleanly along the length of the spine, and there are two triangular chips of paper loss along the bottom edge - one on the rear at the heel of the spine, and a tiny one at the foredge front corner. Both detached fragments are present, and we have decided to let the next owner deal with their preferences for any paper restoration. All in all, this is a most presentable copy of a truly remarkable Wallace Berman item that looks far nicer in hand than it describes that has been priced accordingly.. Good.
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Book number: 026125
USD 6600.00 [Appr.: EURO 5507.25 | £UK 4771 | JP 718163]
Keywords: SEMINA 7 ALEPH / A GESTURE INVOLVING PHOTOGRAPHS, DRAWINGS & TEXT BY WALLACE BERMAN , Verifax Collage, Artist Artists Book Books, California Artists and Art, Beats, Beat Literature and Fiction, Counterculture and Drugs, Poetry, Literary Magazines, Literat

 (BEUYS, JOSEPH). DE VREE, PAUL & SARENCO, EDITORS, LOTTA POETICA - MARZO 1975, 46: NUMERO MONOGRAFICO SU JOSEPH BEUYS - SIGNED BY THE ARTIST
(BEUYS, JOSEPH). DE VREE, PAUL & SARENCO, EDITORS
LOTTA POETICA - MARZO 1975, 46: NUMERO MONOGRAFICO SU JOSEPH BEUYS - SIGNED BY THE ARTIST
Brescia, ITALY, Lotta Poetica., 1975, First Edition. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, 4to, np (24pp), 23 b&w illustrations + b&w cover. Text in Italian. Cover Designed by Joseph Beuys, This forty-sixth installment of Paul de Vree's prescient seventies art and literature periodical "Lotta Poetica" (Poetry War) is a special monographic issue devoted to Joseph Beuys. It features a cover and title page designed by the artist that is accompanied by Caroline Tisdall's photographic documentation of the 1974 piece "Three Pots Action in the Poor House". A bright, most handsome example additionally BOLDLY SIGNED "Joseph Beuys" in pencil on the front cover. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase.. Fine.
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Book number: 019826
USD 550.00 [Appr.: EURO 459 | £UK 397.75 | JP 59847]
Catalogue: Periodical
Keywords: Joseph Beuys, Paul de Vree, Sarenco, "Lotta Poetica", Caroline Tisdall, German Conceptual Art, Fluxus, Artist Monograph Monographs, Periodical Periodicals, Performance Art, - BEUYS, JOSEPH

 (BILLINGHAM, RICHARD) (POINT D'IRONIE). OBRIST, HANS-ULRICH & CARRIE PITTO, EDITORS, POINT D'IRONIE 16 - MAI 2000: RICHARD BILLINGHAM
(BILLINGHAM, RICHARD) (POINT D'IRONIE). OBRIST, HANS-ULRICH & CARRIE PITTO, EDITORS
POINT D'IRONIE 16 - MAI 2000: RICHARD BILLINGHAM
Paris, agns b., 2000, First Edition. Pictorial Tabloid Wrappers, Folio, Two 17 x 24" sheets printed color offset recto and verso, neatly folded in half vertically to make 8pp, profusely illustrated in color. This sixteenth installment of "point d'ironie" - agns b.'s Hans-Ulrich Obrist-edited tabloid format hybrid periodical - is a project devoted to Richard Billingham's iconic "Ray's A Laugh" series. According to the artist: "These photos are taken from the TV screen of video footage I shot and later played back. They are of my father, Ray, and Tony, a friend of mine on the estate. Ray always has to have his drink before he goes to bed and Tony his smoke - otherwise they cannot sleep". A most handsome example of this uncommon, fragile item that was issued hors commerce - never commercially for sale - showing only some minor handling marks to its lightweight paper stock.. Fine.
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Book number: 022992
USD 99.00 [Appr.: EURO 82.75 | £UK 71.75 | JP 10772]
Keywords: POINT D'IRONIE 16 - MAI 2000: RICHARD BILLINGHAM, "Ray's A Laugh", agns b., Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Carrie Pitto, Contemporary Art, Artist Artists Book Books, Cinema, Video Art, Ephemera and Announcements, Periodicals, Photography, Photo Monograph, - BILLING

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