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  • Zavatsky, Bill (ed.), Richard de Peaux, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Glen Baxter, Tom Raworth, Trevor Winkfield, Frank O'Hara, Ron Padgett, Joe Brainard, Clark Coolidge, Lewis MacAdams, Frank Kuenstler, Paul Auster, Anne Waldman, Ruth Krauss, Ron Silliman, Marcel Duchamp, et al.

    Published by New York: Bill Zavatsky, 1974

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    Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st edition. VG+ in VG dustwrapper. 4to, 116pp (plus plates), stapled wrappers with printed dustwrapper. This rare collection of experimental work includes three bound-in seriagraphs by Richard de Peaux (two of which are signed) as well as work by an enormous range of great contributors. Library stamp to front jacket cover and small tears at top edge; no interior markings. Signed by Illustrator(s).

  • Kynaston McShine, Lilian Tone, Birgit Pelzer, Brian Wallis, Susan Stewart, Magdalena Dabrowski, Ecke Bonk, Jodi Hauptman, Kristen Erickson, Coosje van Bruggen, James Trainor, Thomas McEvilley, Sally Yard, Thomas Kellein, James Roberts, Kitty Scott, Kate Linker, Dave Hickey, Vito Acconci, Eve Arnold, Art & Language, Michael Asher, Lothar Baumgarten, Barbara Bloom, Christian Boltanski, Marcel Broodthaers, Daniel Buren, Sophie Calle, Janet Cardiff, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Christo, Joseph Cornell, Jan Dibbets, Lutz Dille, Mark Dion, Herbert Distel, Marcel Duchamp, Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler, Elliot Erwitt, Roger Fenton, Robert Filliou, Larry Fink, Fluxus, Gunther Forg, Andrea Fraser, General Idea, Hans Haacke, Richard Hamilton, Susan Hiller, Candida Höfer, Komar and Melamid, Louise Lawler, J.B. Gustave Le Gray, Jac Leirner, Zoe Leonard, Sherrie Levine, El Lissitzky, Allan McCollum, Christian Milovanoff, Vik Muniz, Claes Oldenburg, Dennis Oppenheim, Charles Wilson Peale, Hubert Robert, Edw

    Published by The Museum of Modern Art New York, NY, 1999

    ISBN 10: 087070091XISBN 13: 9780870700910

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    28 x 23.5 cm.; sewn bound; black-and-white & color; edition size unknown; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed; Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held March 14-June 1, 1999. Exhibition curated by, edited by, and with an essay by Kynaston McShine. Texts by artists and Lilian Tone, Birgit Pelzer, Brian Wallis, Susan Stewart, Magdalena Dabrowski, Ecke Bonk, Jodi Hauptman, Kristen Erickson, Coosje van Bruggen, James Trainor, Thomas McEvilley, Sally Yard, Thomas Kellein, James Roberts, Kitty Scott, Kate Linker, Dave Hickey. Extensive illustrations, artist's biographies, bibliography. Artists within exhibition: Vito Acconci, Eve Arnold, Art & Language, Michael Asher, Lothar Baumgarten, Barbara Bloom, Christian Boltanski, Marcel Broodthaers, Daniel Buren, Sophie Calle, Janet Cardiff, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Christo, Joseph Cornell, Jan Dibbets, Lutz Dille, Mark Dion, Herbert Distel, Marcel Duchamp, Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler, Elliot Erwitt, Roger Fenton, Robert Filliou, Larry Fink, Fluxus, Gunther Forg, Andrea Fraser, General Idea, Hans Haacke, Richard Hamilton, Susan Hiller, Candida Höfer, Komar and Melamid, Louise Lawler, J.B. Gustave Le Gray, Jac Leirner, Zoe Leonard, Sherrie Levine, El Lissitzky, Allan McCollum, Christian Milovanoff, Vik Muniz, Claes Oldenburg, Dennis Oppenheim, Charles Wilson Peale, Hubert Robert, Edward Ruscha, David Seymour, Robert Smithson, Thomas Struth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Charles Thurston, Thompson, Jeff Wall, Christopher Williams, Fred Wilson, Garry Winogrand. Endpapers of book by Daniel Buren. "Since public museums came into being in the late 18th century, artists have looked upon them with a mixture of reverence, complicity, suspicion, and disdain. In The Museum as Muse, artists of many persuasions speak their minds about museums, their functions and spaces, their practices and politics, and their relationship to the art they contain. More than 60 artists are represented by a wide range of works: photographs of museum patrons by Henri Cartier-Bresson and Elliot Erwitt; 'personal museums' and 'cabinets of curiosities' by Charles Wilson Peale, Marcel Duchamp, and Claes Oldenburg; fantasies of the destruction or transformation of museums by Hubert Robert, Ed Ruscha, and Christo and more, including works created especially for this project by contemporary artists, and an anthology of statements and writings by artists about museums. This volume was published to accompany an exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York." -- publisher's statement. Very Good. Light wear to dust-jacket including a 6 mm. tear to spine edge and bumping of upper edge of recto. Light yellowing of page edges. Contents otherwise clean and unmarked.

  • Richard Hamilton, Marcel Duchamp, Francis Bacon, Sherril F. Martin, Dieter Roth, Lux Corporation, Ohio Scientific

    Published by Heland Thordén Wetterling Galleries Stockholm, Sweden, 1987

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    23 x 20 cm.; sewn bound; black-and-white & color; edition size unknown; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held in 1987. The exhibition included work by Richard Hamilton that interacted with works by Marcel Duchamp, Francis Bacon, Sherril F. Martin, Dieter Roth, Lux Corporation and Ohio Scientific. Includes a checklist of the exhibition. Very Good. 1.5 cm. and 4 mm. tears to spine edge, otherwise Fine. Includes slipped in oversized exhibition announcement card.

  • Form Follows Fiction - Design Quarterly 73: Tony Shafrazi, Christopher

    Tony Shafrazi, Christopher Finch, Andrew Rabeneck, Le Corbusier, Robert Grovrenor, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Marcel Duchamp, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Morris, Tony Shafrazi, Richard Hamilton, Joe Goode, Ed Ruscha, Lucas Samaras, Eduardo Paolazzo, Bob Graham and Walter De Maria

    Published by Walker Art Center, 1969

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    Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Excellent overall condition of this rare issue of Design Quarterly. Lightly bumped at bottom corner of the back extending from the back cover in several pages but not disrupting the content, including the fold out pieces by Tony Shafrazi. Now in custom cut mylar. Includes work by Le Corbusier, Robert Grovrenor, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Marcel Duchamp, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Morris, Tony Shafrazi, Richard Hamilton, Joe Goode, Ed Ruscha, Lucas Samaras, Eduardo Paolazzo, Bob Graham and Walter De Maria.

  • Michel Sanouillet Arturo Schwarz Marcel Duchamp Richard Hamilton Lawrence D. Steefel Jr davidantin Anne d?Harnoncourt et Kynaston Mc Shine Robert Lebel Octavio Paz et John Tancock

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    1973. New-York et Philadelphie MOMA et Philadelphia Museum of Art 1973 - Broché cm x cm 359 pages 429 ills dont 12 couleur ? Commissaires : Anne d?Harnoncourt et Kynaston Mc Shine textes en anglais de Michel Sanouillet Richard Hamilton Lawrence D. Steefel Jr Arturo Schwarz davidantin Anne d?Harnoncourt et Kynaston Mc Shine Robert Lebel Octavio Paz et John Tancock ; portrait de Duchamp par Apollinaire Breton Man Ray Andy Warhol Yoko Ono ; chronologie bibliographie - Très bon état. Bon état.

  • Marcel Duchamp, Mary Sisler, Richard Hamilton

    Published by Cordier & Ekstrom, New York, 1964

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    Soft cover. Condition: Good. 82 unnumbered pages illustrations, facims., color plates (3 tipped in), portraits. Paper wrappers good, dented and creased at foot, sunned at head; contents fine. 340 grams.

  • Duchamp, Marcel and Richard Hamilton

    Published by Tate Gallery, 1966

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    Softcover, 110 pages, very good condition; except scuffs to top of spine and 1-inch diagonal tear/crease to lower left corner of rear cover; no internal marks. Foreign shipping may be extra.

  • Duchamp, Marcel; Hamilton, George Heard; Hamilton, Richard:

    Published by Stuttgart, London, Reykjavik. Edition Hansjörg Mayer. 1976., 1976

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    105 S. (unpaginiert). Hardcover mit Schutzumschlag. Sauberes Exemplar ohne Stempel und Anstreichungen. Zahlreiche Abbildungen und Tafeln. Text Englisch. Sehr gut erhalten. Sprache: eng.

  • Duchamp, Marcel. (Text) ) Matisse, Jackie & Hamilton, Richard & Bonk, Ecke. (Trans. )

    Published by The Typosophic Society, Northend Chapter Publishers., NP, 1999

    ISBN 10: 3883753912ISBN 13: 9783883753911

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition; First Printing. First edition. (thus) Fine in quarter black cloth and pictorial boards, without dust jacket as issued. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 115 pages.

  • NOT SEEN and / or LESS SEEN: Duchamp, Marcel and

    Duchamp, Marcel and Richard Hamilton

    Published by Cordier and Ekstrom, 1964

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    Smyth-sewn in wrappers that extend somewhat beyond the text block (see pictures). Illustrated throughout with several plates tipped-in. Foreword and catalog texts by Richard Hamilton. This is a catalog for an exhibition of works from the Mary Sisler Collection Jan. 14-Feb. 13, 1965. A very good plus to near fine copy with light shelf wear.

  • Hamilton, Richard; Bonk, Ecke; Duchamp, Marcel

    Published by Hansjorg Mayer a.o.

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    Hardcover. Condition: Fine. B000FPDDE0 1976 3rd Publishing, Limited to 2500 copies. Book is in like new condition. Customer service is our #1 priority. We sell great books at great prices with super fast shipping and free tracking.

  • Marcel Duchamp, Richard Hamilton

    Published by Edition Hansjörg Mayer / Jaap Reitman, Inc. Stuttgart / New York, Germany / NY, 1976

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    23.5 x 16 cm.; sewn bound; black-and-white & color; edition size 2500; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed Typographic translation of Duchamp's "The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors Even (notes from the Green Box)". With many illustrations after drawings from the artist's notebooks, as well as black-and-white photo illustrations and transparencies. Texts by Marcel Duchamp, includes postscripts by Richard Hamilton and George Heard Hamilton. Cover based on a design by Duchamp, edited by Richard Hamilton. Text in English. References : "Esthétique du Livre d'Artiste 1960 / 1980" by Anne Moeglin-Delcroix. Paris, France : Jean-Michel Place / Bibliothèque Nationale de France, 1997, pp. 47. No. 455 in "Die Bücher der Künstler : Publikationen und Editionen seit den sechziger Jahren in Deutschland" by Michael Glasmeier. London / Frankfurt, United Kingdom / German : Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, 1994, pp. 189. Very Good / Fine. 2 cm. area of erased penciled price on endpapers, otherwise Fine with pristine covers, plastic dust-jacket and contents.

  • Duchamp, Marcel. Hamilton, Richard.

    Published by London, Percy Lund, Humphries and Co. Ltd., 1960

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    With black-and-white illustrations. Text partly in two-color printing (black and red). Unpaginated. Octavo. Illustr. green hardcover, plastic dust-jacket. Dust jacket with small tear otherwise in a very fine condition.

  • 1ST ED 1ST STATE] Not Seen and/or: Richard Hamilton, Marcel

    Richard Hamilton, Marcel Duchamp

    Published by Cordier & Ekstrom, New York, 1964

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    Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. First edition, first state catalog of an exhibition of Duchampiana from the Mary Sisler collection held at Cordier & Ekstrom in New York January 14-February 13, 1965. While the show subsequently traveled to CAM in Houston and other venues, the present example lists only Cordier & Ekstrom. According to Schwarz, "the Mary Sisler Collection was the most important private collection of works by Duchamp; and the exhibition, a historical event. It was the first and the most inclusive Duchamp retrospective to be held by a private gallery in the United States." When Mary Sisler saw the first version of the catalogue she was incensed that her name was not only much smaller than Duchamp's, but at the bottom of the title-page, and demanded that the catalogue be withdrawn, and be reissued. As a result surviving copies of the first version are extremely rare." White & partially colored color-printed stiff wrappers. Duchamp open door intaglio cut-out as cover, with cover 1/4 inch larger than the pages to accommodate the door design. 4to, unpaginated, with 3 tipped-in color plates and 100+ BW illus. Introduction and textual notes by British Pop artist and critic Richard Hamilton. Text block partially detached from the top, though still firmly attached at bottom. Bumping and soiling to wrappers, with 1" open tear to bottom of the notoriously fragile front cover. From the collection of renowned art historian Dore Ashton, though unmarked.

  • Marcel Duchamp, Walter Hopps, Richard Hamilton

    Published by Pasadena Art Museum Pasadena, CA, 1963

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    28 x 21.5 cm.; staple bound; tipped in image[s]; black-and-white & color; edition size 2000; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed Exhibition catalogue / artist's book published in conjunction with show held October 8 - November 3, 1963. Catalogue designed, with printed acetate dust-jacket, by Marcel Duchamp. Introduction by Walter Hopps, with two short interview quotes credited to R.H. and M.D. (Richard Hamilton and Duchamp). Catalogue operates as an early quasi catalogue raisonné of Duchamp's work, incorporating a "Chronology: Certain Facts of and About Marcel Duchamp," indexes of "Early Work 1902-1911," "Chess Paintings, Drawings, & the Game," "Climactic Work of Oil on Canvas, 1911-12," ". Out of Cubism and into a Mechanomorphology, 1912," "A Moment of Critical Change . Notation and Measurement, 1913-14," "Related to The Large Glass, 1913-14," "The Large Glass Continues to its Sate of Incompletion.," "First Readymades and Related Work, 1912-1916," "Readymades Continue, 1916-1919," "Late Readymades, 1919-1924," "Optical Works, 1918-36 (Plus Later Editions)," "Recent Activities, 1935-1942," "Recent Activities [1943-1951]," "Recent Activities, 1953-63." Catalogue printed by Cunningham Press, who would later print many of Edward Ruscha's artists' books. Reference: Arturo Schwarz, "The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp," Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1970, pp. 541. Good / Very Good. Printed acetate dust-cover in Fair condition with 3 x 1 cm. loss at top of spine, 2.5 x 6 cm. area of folding and 2.5 cm. tear at lower right corer of dust-jacket's rectro, and 3 cm. tear at top right edges of dust-jacket's fold. Covers and contents of catalogue are Very Good, clean and unmarked. Additional images available upon request.

  • Marcel Duchamp, Walter Hopps, Richard Hamilton

    Published by Pasadena Art Museum Pasadena, CA, 1963

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    28 x 21.5 cm.; staple bound; tipped in image[s]; black-and-white & color; edition size 2000; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed Exhibition catalogue / artist's book published in conjunction with show held October 8 - November 3, 1963. Catalogue designed, with printed acetate dust-jacket, by Marcel Duchamp. Introduction by Walter Hopps, with two short interview quotes credited to R.H. and M.D. (Richard Hamilton and Duchamp). Catalogue operates as an early quasi catalogue raisonné of Duchamp's work, incorporating a "Chronology: Certain Facts of and About Marcel Duchamp," indexes of "Early Work 1902-1911," "Chess Paintings, Drawings, & the Game," "Climactic Work of Oil on Canvas, 1911-12," ". Out of Cubism and into a Mechanomorphology, 1912," "A Moment of Critical Change . Notation and Measurement, 1913-14," "Related to The Large Glass, 1913-14," "The Large Glass Continues to its Sate of Incompletion.," "First Readymades and Related Work, 1912-1916," "Readymades Continue, 1916-1919," "Late Readymades, 1919-1924," "Optical Works, 1918-36 (Plus Later Editions)," "Recent Activities, 1935-1942," "Recent Activities [1943-1951]," "Recent Activities, 1953-63." Catalogue printed by Cunningham Press, who would later print many of Edward Ruscha's artists' books. Reference: Arturo Schwarz, "The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp," Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1970, pp. 541. Good / Very Good. Printed acetate dust-cover has 3 cm. vertical split depending from top right corner of recto; 5.5 diagonal rip depending from top left corner of verso with 10 cm. diagonal fold return to top of jacket. Additionally, acetate has light additional overall wear. Book is near Fine with very light edge wear. Contents are clean and unmarked.

  • Marcel Duchamp, Walter Hopps, Richard Hamilton

    Published by Pasadena Art Museum Pasadena, CA, 1963

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    28 x 21.5 cm.; staple bound; tipped in image[s]; black-and-white & color; edition size 2000; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed Exhibition catalogue / artist's book published in conjunction with show held October 8 - November 3, 1963. Catalogue designed, with printed acetate dust-jacket, by Marcel Duchamp. Introduction by Walter Hopps, with two short interview quotes credited to R.H. and M.D. (Richard Hamilton and Duchamp). Catalogue operates as an early quasi catalogue raisonné of Duchamp's work, incorporating a "Chronology: Certain Facts of and About Marcel Duchamp," indexes of "Early Work 1902-1911," "Chess Paintings, Drawings, & the Game," "Climactic Work of Oil on Canvas, 1911-12," ". Out of Cubism and into a Mechanomorphology, 1912," "A Moment of Critical Change . Notation and Measurement, 1913-14," "Related to The Large Glass, 1913-14," "The Large Glass Continues to its Sate of Incompletion.," "First Readymades and Related Work, 1912-1916," "Readymades Continue, 1916-1919," "Late Readymades, 1919-1924," "Optical Works, 1918-36 (Plus Later Editions)," "Recent Activities, 1935-1942," "Recent Activities [1943-1951]," "Recent Activities, 1953-63." Catalogue printed by Cunningham Press, who would later print many of Edward Ruscha's artists' books. Reference: Arturo Schwarz, "The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp," Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1970, pp. 541. Good / Very Good. Printed acetate dust-cover has light overall wear and small, 1 cm., diagonal split at tip of verso's top left corner. Book's covers are clean and unmarked with light edge wear at top of volume. Light 1 cm. horizontal water staining along top edge of first free right hand / left hand page and 5 mm x 2 cm light color stain at top corner of last free left hand page. Contents otherwise clean and unmarked.

  • Marcel Duchamp, Walter Hopps, Richard Hamilton

    Published by Pasadena Art Museum Pasadena, CA, 1963

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    28 x 21.5 cm.; staple bound; tipped in image[s]; black-and-white & color; edition size 2000; unsigned and unnumbered; offset-printed Exhibition catalogue / artist's book published in conjunction with show held October 8 - November 3, 1963. Catalogue designed, with printed acetate dust-jacket, by Marcel Duchamp. Introduction by Walter Hopps, with two short interview quotes credited to R.H. and M.D. (Richard Hamilton and Duchamp). Catalogue operates as an early quasi catalogue raisonné of Duchamp's work, incorporating a "Chronology: Certain Facts of and About Marcel Duchamp," indexes of "Early Work 1902-1911," "Chess Paintings, Drawings, & the Game," "Climactic Work of Oil on Canvas, 1911-12," ". Out of Cubism and into a Mechanomorphology, 1912," "A Moment of Critical Change . Notation and Measurement, 1913-14," "Related to The Large Glass, 1913-14," "The Large Glass Continues to its Sate of Incompletion.," "First Readymades and Related Work, 1912-1916," "Readymades Continue, 1916-1919," "Late Readymades, 1919-1924," "Optical Works, 1918-36 (Plus Later Editions)," "Recent Activities, 1935-1942," "Recent Activities [1943-1951]," "Recent Activities, 1953-63." Catalogue printed by Cunningham Press, who would later print many of Edward Ruscha's artists' books. Reference: Arturo Schwarz, "The Complete Works of Marcel Duchamp," Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1970, pp. 541. Very Good. 3 cm. folds to dust-jacket recto and verso at spine along with a 3 mm. tear. Very light rubbing of cover edges. Light color 2 x 3 cm. stain on first inside page otherwise contents are clean and unmarked.

  • The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors,: DUCHAMP, Marcel (1887-1968);

    DUCHAMP, Marcel (1887-1968); Richard Hamilton (interprets); George Heard Hamilton (translates)

    Published by Percy Lund, Humphries & Co, London, 1963

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    Hardcover / Pictorial Wrappers. Condition: Fine. First British Edition. On offer are two complementary works: the artist Richard Hamilton's typographic interpretation of Marcel Duchamp's Green Box (1963) and the scarce documentation of Hamilton's yearlong reconstruction of Duchamp's "The Large Glass" (1966). First Printing of the first work, a typographic analog of one of the "most complex as well as one of the most rewarding artistic experiences of modern times" (from the appendices). Demy 8vo (229 x 150mm): unpaginated (including one leaf folding and another printed on frosted glassine), with profusion of photographic plates, full-page drawings, diagrams, various typographic formats, annotations, vignettes, and musical notation, all relating to Duchamp's groundbreaking magnum opus, "The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even" (known familiarly as "The Large Glass"), a composition in oil paint, lead wire, and lead foil on two glass panels. Printed in red and black. Original lime green paper-covered boards, spine and upper cover lettered in black-and-white stippled type; original glassine dust jacket. Book and glassine jacket in excellent, unmarked condition (small corner tear to glassine). First Printing of the second work, documenting Hamilton's reconstruction of The Large Glass, Illustrated in black and white throughout. Royal 8vo (302 x 202mm): [2]pp, with 32 full-page plates and two lime-green tissue guards. Publisher's original pictorial card covers, about Fine (very light crease to bottom right pages). Hamilton's typographic interpretation of Duchamp's Green Box (`La Mariée mise à nu par ses célibataires même (Boîte verte), a collection of 94 documents explaining the development and function of "The Large Glass," assembled between 1915 and 1923. During the 1930s, Duchamp oversaw the first printed edition of the Green Box, with each of the 94 original notes meticulously reproduced in collotype in exact facsimile (including torn edges, blots, erasures, and the occasional illegibility) and issued loose in a green box, in an edition of 300 with twenty deluxe versions. By 1956, the British artist Richard Hamilton (1922-2011) had worked through the notes to develop a diagram of the areas in the glass to which he believed the subject of each notes relates. Then in 1960, Hamilton and George Heard Hamilton, professor of art history at Yale, produced this English translation of the Green Box, using typography, layout, and graphic design to communicate the intent of the original documents in a new (bound) format, the Green Book. Hamilton's reconstruction of the actual The Large Glass ("Even Again") was exhibited in 1966 at the Hatton Gallery in Newcastle Upon Tyne before traveling to London for the Duchamp retrospective, The Almost Complete Work of Marcel Duchamp, which Hamilton curated at the Tate Gallery. "N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable mylar sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. (Fine Editions Ltd is a member of the Independent Online Booksellers Association, and we subscribe to its codes of ethics.).

  • The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors,: Duchamp, Marcel; Richard

    Duchamp, Marcel; Richard Hamilton; George Heard Hamilton [Translator]

    Published by George Wittenborn, Inc, New York, 1960

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    Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+. First American Edition. First edition, American issue printed in the UK by Percy Lund. Unpaginated. Gray-green illustrated boards. Signed by the translator, George Heard Hamilton, on the front free endpaper, inscribed to sculptor Naum Gabo and his wife, dated New Year's 1961. Gabo's private ex libris on paste down. Near Fine in unclipped dust jacket with small closed tear to back panel, a few scratches, Very Good+. The uncommon first American appearance of Marcel Duchamp's piece Green Box, put into typographical form by Richard Hamilton. Illustrated. No. 14 in The Documents of Modern Art series directed by Robert Motherwell.

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    Unpaginated (including one leaf folding and another printed on glassine), with profusion of photographic plates, full-page drawings, diagrams, various typographic formats, annotations, vignettes, and musical notation. First appearance of the English translation and typographic interpretation of Duchamp's Green Box (La Mari e mise nu par ses c libataires m me (Bo"te verte), a collection of 94 documents explaining the development and function of "The Large Glass," assembled between 1915 and 1923. During the 1930s Duchamp oversaw the first printed edition of the Green Box, with each of the 94 original notes meticulously reproduced in collotype in exact facsimile and issued loose in a green box. By 1956, the British artist Richard Hamilton had worked through the notes to develop a diagram of the areas in the glass to which he believed the subject of each notes related. And in 1960, Hamilton and George Heard Hamilton, professor of art history at Yale, produced this English translation of the Green Box, using typography, layout, and graphic design to communicate the intent of the original documents. This copy with a contemporary inscription by Duchamp in pen on the title page: ÒFor Jenny, not lÕouvri re et affectueusement Marcel Duchamp 1960Ó. Original green paper-covered boards, spine and upper cover lettered in black-and white stippled type; matching printed dust jacket. From the series, The documents of modern art, no. 14. Slight fading to spine of jacket and minor rubbing to forecorners, otherwise a very good copy.

  • SMS (Shit Must Stop). N°1 à 6: Irving Petlin, Su

    Irving Petlin, Su Braden, James Lee Byars, Christo, Walter de Maria, Richard Hamilton, Kaspar Koenig, Julien Levy, Sol Mednick, Nancy Reitkopf, La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, Nicolas Calas, Bruce Conner, Marcia Herscovitz, Alain Jacquet, Ray Johnson, Lee Lozano, Bernard Pfriem, George Reavey, Clovis Trouille, John Battan, William Bryant, Dick Higgins, Joseph Kosuth, Ronnie Landfield, Roland Penrose, Man Ray, Hannah Weiner, Terry Riley, Robert Stanley, Paul Bergtold, John Cage, Hollis Frampton, Roy Lichtenstein, Lil Picard, Domenico Rotella, Robert Watts, William Anthony, William Copley, Edward Fitzgerald, Neil Jeanney, Angus MacLise, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Mel Ramos, Robert Rohm, William Schwadler, Diane Wakoski, Lawrence Weiner, Richard Artschwager, Ed Bereal, Diter Rot, Betty Dodson, Ronoldo Ferry, John Giorno, Adrian Nutbeam, Claes Oldenburg, Micha Petrov, Jean Reavey, Bernar Venet, Paul Steiner, Marcel Duchamp, Tom Westermann , Bob Watts , Toby Mussman , On Kawara , Arman , Congo

    Published by The Letter Edged in Black Press, 1968., New York, 1968

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    New York, The Letter Edged in Black Press, 1968. Six portefeuilles 178 x 279 mm, présentés dans leurs emballages postaux d origine, contenant chacun un sommaire, pour un total de 73 multiples originaux. Artistes ayany collaboré: Irving Petlin, Su Braden, James Lee Byars, Christo, Walter de Maria, Richard Hamilton, Kaspar Koenig, Julien Levy, Sol Mednick, Nancy Reitkopf, La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, Nicolas Calas, Bruce Conner, Marcia Herscovitz, Alain Jacquet, Ray Johnson, Lee Lozano, Bernard Pfriem, George Reavey, Clovis Trouille, John Battan, William Bryant, Dick Higgins, Joseph Kosuth, Ronnie Landfield, Roland Penrose, Man Ray, Hannah Weiner, Terry Riley, Robert Stanley, Paul Bergtold, John Cage, Hollis Frampton, Roy Lichtenstein, Lil Picard, Domenico Rotella, Robert Watts, William Anthony, William Copley, Edward Fitzgerald, Neil Jeanney, Angus MacLise, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Mel Ramos, Robert Rohm, William Schwadler, Diane Wakoski, Lawrence Weiner, Richard Artschwager, Ed Bereal, Diter Rot, Betty Dodson, Ronoldo Ferry, John Giorno, Adrian Nutbeam, Claes Oldenburg, Micha Petrov, Jean Reavey, Bernar Venet, Paul Steiner, Marcel Duchamp, Tom Westermann , Bob Watts , Toby Mussman , On Kawara , Arman , Congo , Aftograf , Princess Winifred, Enrico Baj.Broken Music page 230 ; Urawa Art Museum 2000 ; Documenta 6 catalogue 3 p.335 ; Söhm 319 ; Moeglin-Delcroix Esthétique du livre d'artiste, 1997, p.116. Papier-gesänge 107 ; Pop Art Store p.77; ; Marie Boivent : Revue d'Artistes Une sélection p.62 à 66;, p.335; Expositions : New York 1988, 1992 ; Paris, Berlin, Tokyo 1989., catalogue p.181-182. Parfait état dans les boîtes originales d expédition. Pdf détaillé sur demande. Périodique.

  • SMS (Shit Must Stop): Irving Petlin, Su

    Irving Petlin, Su Braden, James Lee Byars, Christo, Walter de Maria, Richard Hamilton, Kaspar Koenig, Julien Levy, Sol Mednick, Nancy Reitkopf, La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, Nicolas Calas, Bruce Conner, Marcia Herscovitz, Alain Jacquet, Ray Johnson, Lee Lozano, Bernard Pfriem, George Reavey, Clovis Trouille, John Battan, William Bryant, Dick Higgins, Joseph Kosuth, Ronnie Landfield, Roland Penrose, Man Ray, Hannah Weiner, Terry Riley, Robert Stanley, Paul Bergtold, John Cage, Hollis Frampton, Roy Lichtenstein, Lil Picard, Domenico Rotella, Robert Watts, William Anthony, William Copley, Edward Fitzgerald, Neil Jeanney, Angus MacLise, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Mel Ramos, Robert Rohm, William Schwadler, Diane Wakoski, Lawrence Weiner, Richard Artschwager, Ed Bereal, Diter Rot, Betty Dodson, Ronoldo Ferry, John Giorno, Adrian Nutbeam, Claes Oldenburg, Micha Petrov, Jean Reavey, Bernar Venet, Paul Steiner, Marcel Duchamp, Tom Westermann , Bob Watts , Toby Mussman , On Kawara , Arman , Congo

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    N°1 à 6 ; collection complète en édition de luxe. New York, The Letter Edged in Black Press, 1968. Six portefeuilles 178 x 279 mm, présentés dans leurs emballages postaux d origine, contenant chacun un sommaire et un total de 75 multiples originaux (au lieu de 73 dans l édition ordinaire)) : deux pièces supplémentaires de Mischa Petrov (n°6) et John Battan (John Sebastian Matta) (n°3) ayant été créées spécialement pour ces exemplaires. Tirage prévu de 100 exemplaires signés par les artistes suivants: Irving Petlin, Su Braden, James Lee Byars, Christo, Walter de Maria, Richard Hamilton, Kaspar Koenig, Julien Levy, Sol Mednick, Nancy Reitkopf, La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela, Nicolas Calas, Bruce Conner, Marcia Herscovitz, Alain Jacquet, Ray Johnson, Lee Lozano, Bernard Pfriem, George Reavey, Clovis Trouille, John Battan, William Bryant, Dick Higgins, Joseph Kosuth, Ronnie Landfield, Roland Penrose, Man Ray, Hannah Weiner, Terry Riley, Robert Stanley, Paul Bergtold, John Cage, Hollis Frampton, Roy Lichtenstein, Lil Picard, Domenico Rotella, Robert Watts, William Anthony, William Copley, Edward Fitzgerald, Neil Jeanney, Angus MacLise, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Mel Ramos, Robert Rohm, William Schwadler, Diane Wakoski, Lawrence Weiner, Richard Artschwager, Ed Bereal, Diter Rot, Betty Dodson, Ronoldo Ferry, John Giorno, Adrian Nutbeam, Claes Oldenburg, Micha Petrov, Jean Reavey, Bernar Venet, Paul Steiner. Les artistes suivants n ayant pas signé leur uvre pour des raisons diverses : Marcel Duchamp, Tom Westermann , Bob Watts , Toby Mussman , On Kawara , Arman , Congo , Aftograf , Princess Winifred, Enrico Baj. Dans ces exemplaires les pièces musicales de La Monte Young et Terry Riley sont les bandes magnétiques originales copiées une à une (remplacées par des cassettes éditées en 1988 dans le tirage ordinaire). A la suite d une destruction ou d un vol 43 des pièces de La Monte Young et Marian Zazeela disparurent (voir lettre de Billy Copley fils de William Copley en annexe), ce qui limite le nombre d exemplaires de luxe à 57. L uvre de Man Ray The Father of Mona Lisa est justifiée sur 100 exemplaires. Broken Music page 230 ; Urawa Art Museum 2000 ; Documenta 6 catalogue 3 p.335 ; Söhm 319 ; Moeglin-Delcroix Esthétique du livre d'artiste, 1997, p.116. Papier-gesänge 107 ; Pop Art Store p.77; ; Marie Boivent : Revue d'Artistes Une sélection p.62 à 66;, p.335; Expositions : New York 1988, 1992 ; Paris, Berlin, Tokyo 1989., catalogue p.181-182Parfait état dans les boîtes originales d expédition. Pdf détaillé sur demande. Livres.