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The Hall of Issues Opens Second Season
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 27.8 x 21.5 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

The Hall of Issues Opens Second Season

The Hall of Issues

Flyer promoting the second season at the Hall of Issues opening November 18, [1962] and events held at the Judson Memorial Church on Sundays. Events included displays of political, social and esthetic concerns, discussions, readings, films and musical presentations. [details]

$200.00
Condition:  Fair. Hand addressed, mailed and postmarked copy. Folded once horizontally through center as issued. 2.5 cm rip at bottom center, short tears and folds on the right edge, light pencil mark on recto and mild handling marks.
[Object # 26373]
Tibor de Nagy Presents Red Grooms Featuring Extension Paintings
  • poster
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 31.3 x 23.5 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Tibor de Nagy Presents Red Grooms Featuring Extension Paintings

Red Grooms

Flyer / announcement published in conjunction with show held October 15 - November 2, [1962]. Profusely glittered edges. [details]

$2,500.00
Condition:  Good. Moderate overall dinging and a 1.3 cm. tear to edge. Otherwise clean and unmarked.
[Object # 25696]
Essay on Pop Art by Rosalind Constable
  • critical theory
  • photocopy / xeroxed
  • staple bound
  • black-and-white
  • 27.8 x 21.5 cm.
  • 10 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Essay on Pop Art by Rosalind Constable

Rosalind Constable, Peter Phillips, John Latham, Patrick Hughes, Richard Hamilton, Derek Boshier, R.B. Kitaj, David Hockney, Peter Blake

Critical theory essay on pop art by Rosalind Constable, dated October 29, 1962. The essay discusses the turning away from abstract expressionism toward pop art, or "The New Realism," illustrated with images of the work of British pop artists Peter Phillips, John Latham, Patrick Hughes, Richard Hamilton, Derek Boshier, R. ... [details]

$200.00
Condition:  Fair / Good. Bumping of corners, folding of edges, and small tears and losses to page edges throughout. Photostat paper is thin and shows handling wear and light rubbing.
[Object # 25251]
Jim Dine
  • critical theory
  • offset-printed
  • staple bound
  • black-and-white
  • 27.8 x 21.5 cm.
  • 2 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Jim Dine

Jim Dine, Lawrence Alloway

Two page unpublished [?] text on the work of Jim Dine by Lawrence Alloway. [details]

[New York], [NY]: [Lawrence Alloway],
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$125.00
Condition:  Good. Folded in two. "Jim Dine" highlighted in yellow highlighter on recto and "1962" written in blue ink on recto. Light discoloration from age and light wear to page edges.
[Object # 25261]
Tenth St. -1952
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • duotone
  • 43.3 x 14 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Tenth St. -1952

Robert Beauchamp, Nell Blaine, James Brooks, Charles Cajori, Giorgio Cavallon, Jean Cohen, Elaine de Kooning, Perle Fine, Jane Freilicher, Sidney Geist, Michael Goldberg, Sidney Gordin, John Grillo, Joseph Groell, Philip Guston, Alex Katz, Sally Hazelet, Angelo Ippolito, Ben Isquith, Corrado Marcarelli, Al Jensen, Lester Johnson, Joseph Stefanelli, Ibram Lassaw, William King, Nicholas Marsicano, Fred Mitchell, Joan Mitchell, George Ortman, Fairfield Porter, Philip Pearlstein, Milton Resnick, Raymond Rocklin, Ludwig Sander, Miriam Schapiro, Sal Sirugo, David Smith, George Spaventa, Richard Stankiewicz, Earl Kerkam, Jane Wilson, Albert Terris, Franz Kline, Jack Tworkov, Esteban Vicente

Flyer / poster published in conjunction with show held March 23 - April 12, 1962. Artists included Robert Beauchamp, Nell Blaine, James Brooks, Charles Cajori, Giorgio Cavallon, Jean Cohen, Elaine de Kooning, Perle Fine, Jane Freilicher, Sidney Geist, Michael Goldberg, Sidney Gordin, John Grillo, Joseph Groell, Philip Guston, Alex Katz, Sally Hazelet, Angelo Ippolito, Ben Isquith, Corrado Marcarelli, Al Jensen, Lester Johnson, Joseph Stefanelli, Ibram Lassaw, William King, Nicholas Marsicano, Fred Mitchell, Joan Mitchell, George Ortman, Fairfield Porter, Philip Pearlstein, Milton Resnick, Raymond Rocklin, Ludwig Sander, Miriam Schapiro, Sal Sirugo, David Smith, George Spaventa, Richard Stankiewicz, Earl Kerkam, Jane Wilson, Albert Terris, Franz Kline, Jack Tworkov, and Esteban Vicente. [details]

New York, NY: Tanager Gallery,
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The Living Theatre : 1962 - 1963 Season, Bertolt Brecht's
  • ephemera
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 22.7 x 15.2 cm.
  • [4] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

The Living Theatre : 1962 - 1963 Season, Bertolt Brecht's "Man is Man"

Bertolt Brecht, Julian Beck

Single fold program for the play "Man is Man" by Bertolt Brecht produced during the 1962-63 season at the Living Theatre. Directed and designed by Julian Beck. Includes biographies of the actors. [details]

$45.00
Condition:  Good. Light bumping of edges and corners and light rubbing of covers. Four names highlighted in yellow in the interior of the program.
[Object # 25222]
3 Beat Poets : Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti
  • exhibition catalogue
  • wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • staple bound
  • 27.9 x 21.6 cm.
  • [4] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

3 Beat Poets : Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti

Exhibition catalogue as bibliography published in conjunction with the fist exhibition of 50 books and manuscripts by the beat poets Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti held at the John Hay Library, Brown University, Providence, in November 1962. ... [details]

Providence, RI: Brown University,
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$150.00
Condition:  Very Good. Light bumping of corners and edges, otherwise clean and unmarked.
[Object # 25219]
The New York Poet's Theatre Presents
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 21.6 x 17.8 cm. (folded) ; 21.6 x 35.6 cm. (unfolded)
  • [4] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

The New York Poet's Theatre Presents "Variety"

Nicola Cernovich, Fred Herko, George Brecht, William Linich, Ray Johnson, Barbara Gilmartin, William Gilmartin, Simone Morris, La Monte Young, Stanley Vanderbeek, McIntyre Dixon, Richard Libertini

Program for "Variety" held at the Maidman Playhouse on March 24, 1962. Production supervised by Alan Marlow and Nicola Cernovich with lighting designed by William Linich. Featuring films by Nicola Cernovich; "Second Nothing," by Ray Johnson; "Another Garden," by Fred Herko; "Stewed Prunes," by McIntyre Dixon and Richard Libertini; "Palinrome" by George Brecht with Barbara and William Gilmartin; "A La Mode," by Stanley Vanderbeek; and featuring Simone Morris and La Monte Young. [details]

$125.00
Condition:  Very Good. Folded in two as issued and folded again in half, clean and unmarked.
[Object # 24696]
World-Wide General Strike for Peace
  • ephemera
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 57 x 37 cm.
  • [1] pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

World-Wide General Strike for Peace

Bertrand Russell, Dorothy Day, Babette Deutsch, Paul Goodman, Ashley Montagu, Sir Herbert Read, Pitirim Sorokin, Jackson Mac Low, Judith Malina

Poster / mailer published in conjunction with a World-Wide General Strike for Peace held November 5 - 11, 1962. Includes a call to strike, a calendar of New York City Events, a pledge form, and a quote from Bertrand Russell. ... [details]

$400.00
Condition:  Good. Hand addressed mailed copy with mailing marks, including black and white stamp mark that reads "This is your peace strike calendar!!" and mailing wear. Folded in eight for mailing. Light yellowing as a result of age of paper and moderate handling wear. "General Strike for Peace" written in pencil on upper right corner of recto highlighted with yellow marker.
[Object # 24482]
Scrap
  • periodical
  • pictorial wrappers
  • offset-printed
  • black-and-white
  • 7 vol. ; 35.5 x 27.8 cm. (no. 1) ; 30.5 x 22.8 cm. (no. 2) ; 30.5 x 22.8 cm. (no. 3) ; 30.3 x 22.8 cm. (no. 4) ; 30.3 x 22.8 cm. (no. 5) ; 30.3 x 22.8 cm. (no. 6) ; 30.6 x 22.8 cm. (no. 7)
  • 7 vol. ; [4] pp. (each)
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered

Scrap

No. 1 - 7

Anita Ventura, Sidney Geist, Gabriel Laderman, Neil Mallow, Wolf Kahn, Lester Johnson, Harold Cohen, Louis Finklestein, Paul Georges, Sidney Geist, Landes Lewitin, E.A. Navaretta, Lois Dodd, Sally Hazelet, Philip Pearlstein, Milton Resnick, Barbara Butler, André Malroux, Landes Lewitin, Paul Brach, Margaret Randall, William McLean, Jasper Johns, Milton Resnick, Sonia Gechtoff, Hubert Crehan, Irving Sandler, Sally Hazelet Drummond, Mark di Suvero, Thomas B. Hess, Thomas A. Hess, James Terry, Stephen Radich, Hilton Kramer, Ad Reinhardt, R. Gordon, David Smith, Yvonne Thomas, Milton Resnick, Ad Reinhardt, Richard Maxfield, Stanley Fisher, Adam Margoshes, May Swenson, James Mellow, Peter Selz, Mark Rothko, Louis Finkelstein, Margaret Randall, Josephine Herbst, Lucia Dlugoszewski, Katherine Kuh, David Sylvester, ohn Grillo, Mary Frank, Philip Pearlstein, Tom Doyle, Milton Resnick, Wolf Kahn, Sonia Gechtoff, Perle Fine, Pat Passlof, Alfred Jensen, Adam Margoshes, Alex Katz, Adam Margoshes, George Sugarman

Issues 1 - 7 of Scrap from total of 8, published in New York City and edited by Anita Ventura and Sidney Geist between 1960 - 1962. Issue One, contents include : "A Review of Sculpture this Season," by Sidney Geist ; "Report from the Club" featuring Gabriel Laderman, Neil Mallow, Wolf Kahn, Lester Johnson, Harold Cohen, Louis Finklestein, Paul Georges, Sidney Geist, Landes Lewitin, and E. ... [details]

New York, NY: Scrap,
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$2,500.00
Condition:  Very Good. Near complete set, missing Issue 8. Moderate yellowing from age to all issues. Folded in half as issued with some additional folds and occasional small tears to page edges. 2.5 cm. dog-ear to issue 4. Clean and unmarked. All issues from first printing on newsprint.
[Object # 24212]
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