Santa Fe: Twin Palms, 1995. Illustrated with 86 moody and mildly homo-erotic photographs, printed in four colors with varnish on acid free paper. 141 pages. Slim folio, yellow cloth with a black-stamped pictorial cover, adapted from a design by Aubrey Beardsley; plain mylar wrapper. (Santa Fe: Twin Palms, 1995). First edition. A fine copy. Limited printing of 5000 copies.
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New York: Bard College, 1999. With 110 illustrations, including 93 color plates. Slim 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers with french-fold flaps. New York: Bard College in association with Harry Abrams, 1999. First edition. A near fine copy. Published on the occasion of the exhibition at the Center for Curatorial Studies Museum, Bard College.
Gottingen: Steidl, 2010. Illustrated throughout with color photographs. 159pp. Oblong 4to, pictorial cloth, no dust wrapper as issued. Gottingen: Steidl, 2010. First edition. A fine copy, complete with a separate staple-bound insert with 23 additional color photos entitled "Corridors." In the early 1970s, the workers at a steel smelting factory east of Havana wrote to Fidel Castro describing their housing needs. Out of this exchange a new city called Alamar was born, conceived by the same workers who would build.....
Kansas City: Hallmark, 1988. Illustrated with 72 color plates, plus 3 color and 13 black & white figures in the text. 131 pages. Oblong 4to, gray cloth, d.w. (short tear on front panel, neatly taped on rear). Kansas City: Hallmark Cards, (1988). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper, signed by Callahan on the title page.
Kansas City: Hallmark, 1988. Illustrated with 72 color plates, plus 3 color and 13 black & white figures in the text. 131 pages. Oblong 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Kansas City: Hallmark Cards, (1988). First softcover edition. A touch of very light foxing on top edges which is slightly visible at top margin on a handful of open pages, still a near fine copy, signed by Callahan on the title page.
New York: Architectural History Foundation, 1988. Foreword by Frank Gehry. Profusely illustrated in color & in black & white. 388 pages. Oblong 4to, red embossed cloth, d.w. (spine evenly faded, as usual). New York & Cambridge: Architectural History Foundation & MIT Press, (1988). First edition. Small ownership signature on front endpaper, otherwise a fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1971. Volume 5 ONLY (of 5). Profusely illustrated with 376 b/w images. 271 pages of text. Thick 4to, black cloth, brown dust wrapper (fine but for small circular stain from old sticker on front panel). Princeton: Princeton University Press, (1971). Second printing. A fine copy in near fine dust wrapper. An excellent copy of this important monograph.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1958. Volume 3 ONLY (of 5). Profusely illustrated with 330 b/w images. 275 pages of text. Thick 4to, black cloth, brown dust wrapper; a bit worn and sunned. Princeton: Princeton University Press, (1958). First edition. Pages just a bit toned, still a A fine copy in very good dust wrapper. An excellent copy of this important monograph.
New York: Designers & Books, 2016. A recent facsimile which includes only material that was in the 1927 original, reproduced as faithfully as possible, with artwork showing the original printing quality permutations, entirely un-retouched. Illustrated throughout with Depero's futuristic work in painting, sculpture, architecture, theater and commercial designs, but above all his experimental avant-garde typography, all printed on paper of various colors, weights, and textures, plus 4 tissue (glassine) pages and 1 two-panel gatefold. Oblong 4to, blue printed paper boards.....
Murcia: Museo Arquelogico de Murcia, 2014. Illustrated throughout with personal photographs of Dali, some in color. 159 pages with text in Spanish. Slim 4to, pictorial boards, d.w. (binding and wrapper are bumped at head, otherwise fine). Murcia: Museo Arquelogico de Murcia, 2014. First edition. Inscribed on the title page the author's son, Nicolas. Scarce catalogue of the exhibition.
New York: Abrams, 1993. Packed with 764 illustrations, including 474 in color. 435pp. Thick square 4to, terra cotta cloth. Fort Worth: Amon Carter Museum & New York: Abrams, (1993). First edition. Large ink stamps from Harry Abrams Editorial Library on front & rear endpapers; small stamp on top edge, otherwise a fine copy, lacking the dust wrapper.