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Japan: Kodansha, 1991. Profusely illustrated throughout, mostly in color, many folding plates. Text entirely in Japanese but painting titles are also in English. 7 volumes. Tall folios, golden cloth, d.w., pictorial slipcase. Japan: Kodansha, 1990-1991. Fine in fine dust wrappers and slipcases. Scarce. Volume 2 has a loose print in folder, and a signature in Japanese (not sure whose) and with a 2 page letter in Japanese presenting the books as a gift.
New York: Scribner, 1991. Introduction by Alastair Cooke. Profusely illustrated on almost every page, a few in color. 306 pages. Oblong 4to, black cloth-backed boards lettered in gilt, d.w. (somewhat yellowed at edges) New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1991). First printing of the first edition. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
London: Booth-Clibborn, 1997. Tall thick 4to, red cloth boards with title and graphic debossing on cover, d.w. 334 pages. Minor bending of some pages at bottom corner, otherwise fine. Complete and in very good condition. London: Booth-Clibborn, 1997. Deluxe award winning artist's book illustrated throughout with over 700 images includes all extras; 4 transparencies, fold-outs, pop-ups and pull- pull-downs, 1 loose posters and the set of paste on stickers. Damien Steven Hirst is an English artist and art collector. He.....
Venice: Liselotte Hohs, 1988. Introduction by Erica Jong. Illustrated in color throughout. Unpaginated. Short & square 8vo, printed stiff yellow wrappers. Venice: Liselotte Hohs, . A near fine copy of a scare, hand-made book. Liselotte Hohs is an internationally renowned artist with works in the Museum of Modern Art in Vienna, the Knoll Collection in Pasadena, and the Museum of Modern Art in Milan. She has put on exhibitions at galleries around the world.
Cambridge: MIT Press, 1993. Packed with over 1300 photographs, 150 in color. Very thick 4to, dark gray cloth, price-clipped and lightly chipped d.w. Cambridge: MIT Press, (1993). First American edition. A near fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. A double-faced publication. One side, entitled "Work" contains a catalogue of Duchamp's paintings, sculptures and objects, edited by Pontus Hulten. The other side, entitled "Life: Ephemerides" shows a day-by-day account of the artist's life, replete with documents and photographs, many.....
Monaco: Documents d'Art, 1949. Illustrated with 8 mounted color plates, and many others in black and white. 4to, 123pp loose as issued in printed paper wrappers, housed in a two-piece board slipcase. Monaco: Les Documents d'Art, (1949). A near ifne copy, with uncut and unopened pages, in a good only slipcase. Limited edition -- number 386 of 1000 copies printed.
Monaco: Documents d'Art, 1949. Illustrated with 8 mounted color plates, and many others in black and white. 4to, 123pp loose as issued in printed paper wrappers, housed in a two-piece board slipcase. Monaco: Les Documents d'Art, (1949). A fine copy, with uncut and unopened pages, in a very good sturdy slipcase, rubbed and with a few small spots on spine. Limited edition -- number 375 of 1000 copies printed.
New York: International Center of Photography, 1990. Numerous full-page b/w photographs throughout. Text in Japanese and English. Tall slim 4to, pictorial wrappers. New York: International Center of Photography & Tokyo: Magnum Photos, (1990). First edition. Fore-edge & top margin of halftitle page are lightly foxed, still a very good(+) copy.