New York: Delano Greenidge, 2002. 463 illustrations in color. 38/8 pages. Thick square 4to, yellow boards, d.w. (just a bit worn at top edge). New York: Delano Greenidge Editions, (2000). First edition. A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Signed and dated on front endpaper, possibly by the author. With entries by more than 250 European artists, notes, list of illustrations, bibliography, and index. The result of 20 years of research by Jaroslav Andel, this authoritative survey is...
Paris: Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1982. Preface by Bernadette Contensou. Hundreds of illustrations. 559 pages, some with die-cut edges. Large, thick 8vo, flexible pictorial-boards with embossed image; minor edgewear. Paris: Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, (1982). A very good(+) copy. Essays by various authors. Texts in both English and French.
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...
New York: Scribner, 1988. 325 pages, 8vo, orange cloth backed orange boards, dust wrapper. New York: Sribner's Sons, 1988. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. "The Armory Show and the Pageant, Martin Green shows so brilliantly, were the last manifestations of a pre World War I radicalism -- in art and in the ranks of the proletariat, of the old Interanational Workers of the World.
New York: Scribner, 1988. 325 pages, 8vo, orange cloth backed orange boards. New York: Sribner's Sons, 1988. Blurb from d.w. pasted on endpaper, else a near fine copy. "The Armory Show and the Pageant, Martin Green shows so brilliantly, were the last manifestations of a pre World War I radicalism -- in art and in the ranks of the proletariat, of the old Interanational Workers of the World.
Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1971. 325 pages, 8vo, black cloth, dust wrapper (wrapper a little chipped and worn). Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1971. A fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Discusses Beckett's novel "Murphy." Full page inscription by author on flyleaf to her professor at Hunter College. Signed in full and dated.
New York: Whitney Museum, 1996. Profusely illustrated in both color and black and white. 300pp. 4to, pictorial wrappers. New York: The Whitney Museum of American Art, (1996). A fine copy of this scarce book. This book was published on the occasion of the exhibition "Kienholz: A Retrospective" at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc, 1965. Scripts and reproductions by Jim Dine, Red Grooms, Allan Kaprow, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Whitman. Illustrated in black and white. 288 pages, 8vo, white patterned boards backed in black cloth with orange and white stamping (lightly rubbed at base of spine; ownership stamp on end paper), dust wrapper. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc. a very good copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
New York: Abrams, 1989. Bilingual edition in Russian and English. Illustrated in color. 170 pages, square small 4to, beige cloth boldly stamped in red, dust wrapper. New York: Abrams, (1989). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Artists included: Yurii Albert, Vladimir Mironenko, Yurii Petruk, Leonid Purygin, Andrei Roiter, Sergei Shutov, Alexei Sundukov, Cadim Zakharov, Anatolii Zvezdochetov, David Bates, Ross Bleckner, Christopher Brown, April Gornik, Peter Halley, Annettte Lemieux, Rebecca Purdum, David Salle, Donald Sultan, and Mark Tansey.