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New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1988. Foreword by Philippe de Montebello. Extensively illustrated, including many full page color plates. lvi + 272pp., 4to, stiff, pictorial wrappers. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, (1988). A near fine copy. Published in conjunction with the exhibition: Boccioni: A Retrospective.
New York: Abrams, 1988. Profusely illustrated in color & in black & white. 272pp. Thick square 4to, blue cloth. New York: Harry Abrams, (1988). First edition. Covers are just a bit scuffed, else a near fine copy, lacking the dust wrapper. Published in conjunction with his exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art September 1988 - January 1989.
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...
Milan: Bompiani, 1986. Illustrated. 638p., very thick 4to, silver wrappers lettered in red, yellow, blue & green. corners bent, and there are several scattered scratches. Milan: Bompiani, (1986). First Edition. Very good (+). Massive exhibition catalogue of works loaned from museums all over the world. Illustrations on every page, mostly in color.
1976. Arte Moderna Italiana, No. 69. Edited by Giovanni Scheiwiller. Illustrated with 40 plates, several in color. 133pp. 12mo, glossy color pictorial wrappers (lightly rubbed). Milano: All'Insegna del Persce d'Oro, 1976. Text in Italian. A very good copy. Limited edition of 1500 numbered copies. This copy is boldly inscribed by the artist on the front endpaper in a red and green marker.
Paris: Berggruen & Cie, 1956. 2 page introduction by Severini and 3 page chronology by Hans Bolliger. Slim 8vo pamphlet. 24 pages in all with 15 illustrations, including 8 in pochoir, one of which is double-page, all printed by Jacomet. The color pictorial wrapper is a wrap-around lithograph printed by Mourlot. Paris: Berggruen & Cie, (1956). A fine copy of this scarce catalogue.