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      , , 1975. Molto Buono (Very Good). Litografia originale a colori. Cm 78x63. Molto Buono (Very Good). Fioriture diffuse (Yellowing and age spotting). .

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        Ça Suit Son Cours. Illustrations De Antoni Tàpies.

      Le Grand Pal - Éditions Fata Morgana, Montpellier 1975 - 125 pp. y 5 grabados al aguafuerte originales en colografía, uno a doble página, 3 a plena página y el doble para las cubiertas. Texto también muy ilustrado con 25 dibujos. Más la suite de los 5 grabados a gran formato (57 x 38 cm.) cada uno numerado y firmado a mano por el artista. 17/30 (tirada de solo 30 ejemplares). Edición total de solo 102 ejemplares, el nuestro de los 30 primeros (nº17) que llevan la suite. Justificación firmada a mano por el autor y el artista. Todo en papel de gran calidad y guardado en sendas carpetas originales ilustradas por Tàpies. Sentida dedicatoria autógrafa del autor en la anteportada. =Édition originale 102 exemplaires sur Arches, signés par l'auteur et par le peintre, comportant une couverture et quatre illustrations gravées à l'eau-forte et collographi. Notre exemplaire des trente premiers, accompagné en outre d'une suite à marges d'estampe de la couverture et des gravures: ces cinq estampes, justifiées et signées, sont contenues dans un portefeuille spécialment conçu par le peintre. Dans notre exemplaire une dédicace sentie autógrafa du peintre. =Ça suit son cours est un recueil de poèmes inhabituel ainsi qu'un livre d'artiste remarquable. Il est inhabituel car il contient non seulement des œuvres anciennes du poète naturalisé français Edmond Jabès, mais également des citations et des apports d'autres écrivains, tels que Blanchot, Michel Leiris et le philosophe Jacques Derrida. Cela fait de Ça suit son cours un dialogue littéraire, entrecoupé de notes, de fragments de lettres et de remarques personnelles. A l'endroit où s'interrompt la conversation, les illustrations de Tàpies continuent avec des signes et des symboles: croix, empreintes digitales, chiffres et ratures. Sur la couverture, Tàpies a incorporé un texte de Jabès. Jabès a personnellement demandé à l'artiste espagnol Antoni Tàpies (1923) d'illustrer son livre. Ce dernier était fasciné par la poésie de Jabès et considéra cette requête comme un rare défi. Tàpies était un artiste aux multiples facettes, qui expérimentait, en ajoutant des minéraux à la peinture et en utilisant du carton, du papier et des techniques inhabituelles. Il s'est développé au cours des difficiles années de guerre, devenant le premier artiste de renom de la génération avant-gardiste espagnole après Picasso, Gris et Miró. Size: 2 Vols. De 28 x 18 Cm. y 57,5 x 39 Cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Aquarelle, Zeichnungen, Druckgraphik

      Residenz-Verlag, Salzburg, 1975. 181 S. mit zahlreichen Abb. und 2 Original-Radierungen 28 cm, original Ganzleder-Einband mit geprägtem Titel, quart, (Einband gering berieben) - Mit einem Essay von Gerhard Amanshauser / Oeuvrekataloge der Druckgraphik Dr. Gundl Hradil / Nummer 91 von 100 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe. Mit zwei vom Künstler numerierten und signierten Radierungen / Arnts II, 64 verzeichnet 265 Lithographien und Radierungen -

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        Mike Mandel: Untitled (Baseball-Photographer Trading Cards), Complete Set of 135 Cards [SIGNED by Mandel]

      Mike Mandel (Self-published), Santa Cruz, California 1975 - First edition, first and only printing. Signed and dated 2009 by Mike Mandel on verso of his own card. 134 photo-offset lithographic reproductions of photographic portraits printed on individual "trading cards," with an additional card including a complete checklist of participating photographers. Photographs by Mike Mandel. Texts, statistics and quotes by the respective artists printed on verso (e.g., Ed Ruscha: "Everything you've ever wanted is right in your own backyard;" Bobby Heinecken: ".Critics often misspell his last name, hence he is often mistaken for the European beer player.").Each card 3-1/2 x 2-1/2 inches. Lithographic reproductions printed by Mike Roberts, Berkeley, California. The cards were originally packaged with sticks of chewing gum by Topps Chewing Gum, Brooklyn, New York. In 1975, Mike Mandel traveled around the U.S. with baseball equipment and uniforms to produce a series of portraits of important and influential photographers, curators, art historians and critics. The resulting cards were, and still are, traded by those in the field. Out of print. A rare Near Mint complete set.The cards are stored in clear polyproylene archival baseball card pages (9 cards to a page). As New (a Mint set, from the artist's archive). The photographers, curators, art historians and critics included are: 1) Bob Flick; 2) Joel Meyerowitz; 3) Van Deren Coke; 4) Joe Deal; 5) Ron Walker; 6) Lee Witkin; 7) Al Sweetman; 8) Don Drowty; 9) Ellen Brooks; 10) Dennis Hearne; 11) Elaine Mayes; 12) Bart Parker; 13) Larry Sultan; 14) Ed West; 15) Arthur Siegel; 16) Leonard Freed; 17) Margery Mann; 18) Harry Callahan; 19) Gary Metz; 20) Peter Gowland; 21) Ansel Adams; 22) Ed Ruscha; 23) Grace Mayer; 24) Mike Mandel; 25) Harold Allen; 26) Laura Gilpin; 27) Hank Smith; 28) Anne Tucker; 29) Phil Perkis; 30) Michael Simon; 31) Bill Owens; 32) Manuel Bravo; 33) Nathan Lyons; 34) Bill Arnold; 35) Jim Hajicek; 36) Les Krims; 37) Joyce Neimanas; 38) Judy Dater; 39) Al Coleman; 40) Ira Nowinski; 41) Jack Welpott; 42) Linda Parry; 43) Burke Uzzle; 44) Jim Dow; 45) Dave Freund; 46) Todd Walker; 47) Catherine Jansen; 48) Eva Rubinstein; 49) Eddie Sievers; 50) Minor White; 51) Michael Becotte; 52) Fred McDarrah; 53) Richard Link; 54) Betty Hahn; 55) Nick Hlobeczy; 56) Bob Cumming; 57) Ken Josephson; 58) Naomi Savage; 59) John Divola; 60) Tom Barrow; 61) Carl Chiarenza; 62) Bea Nettles; 63) Roger Mertin; 64) John Benson; 65) Cal Kowal; 66) Aaron Siskind; 67) R. von Sternberg; 68) Paige Pinnell; 69) Arthur Tress; 70) Jacob Deschin; 71) Linda Connor; 72) Don Blumbeing; 73) Jim Alinder; 74) Harold Jones; 75) M.J. Walker; 76) Bill Parker; 77) Al Woolpert; 78) Duke Baltz; 79) Gus Kayafas; 80) Duane Michals; 81) Darryl Curran; 82) Arnold Newman; 83) Geoff Winningham; 84) Paul Vanderbilt; 85) Anne Noggle; 86) Timo Pajunen; 87) Edmund Teske; 88) Imogen Cunningham; 89) Andy Anderson; 90) Bill Larson; 91) Pete Bunnell; 92) Robert Doherty; 93) Joe Jachna; 94) Oscar Bailey; 95) Jerry Uelsmann; 96) Art Sinsabaugh; 97) Charles Roitz; 98) Doug Stewart; 99) Chuck Swedlund; 100) Bill Edwards; 101) Bobby Heinecken; 102) Micha Bar-Am; 103) Beaumont Newhall; 104) Wynn Bullock; 105) Jerry McMillan; 106) John Schulze; 107) Neal Slavin; 108) Lee Rice; 109) Joan Lyons; 110) Bill Jenkins; 111) Fred Sommer; 112) Barbara Crane; 113) Emmet Gowin; 114) Barbara Morgan; 115) Mark Power; 116) Cornell Capa; 117) Lionel Suntop; 118) Bunny Yeager; 119) Doug Prince; 120) Eileen Cowin; 121) Eve Sonneman; 122) Reg Heron; 123) Scott Hyde; 124) Conrad Pressma; 125) John Szarkowski; 126) Bill Eggleston; 127) Mike Bishop; 128) Bob Fichter; 129) Liliane DeCock; 130) Tom Porett; 131) Arnold Crane; 132) Arnold Gassan; 133) Elliott Erwitt; 134) Len Gittleman; 135) Trading card checklist.From the artist: "The project satirized the phenomenon of the fine art photography community being consumed by the larger art world and commercial culture. I photographed photographers as if they were baseball pla [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Dodici acqueforti per l'Anno santo 1975

      A cura dell'editore Brenno Bucciarelli, 1975. 12 acqueforti originali, numerate e firmate, di Trento Longaretti (cm 25x14,5) accompagnate da una lettera introduttiva di Papa Paolo VI riprodotta in facsimile. 4to (cm 51x36). pp.. . Ottimo (Fine). . . . Le immagini si riferiscono ai temi spirituali dell'Anno Santo.

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        Typed Letter Signed and Notes for a Scientific Theory of Theological Experiences

      1975. A letter dated January 27, 1975 and written to Paul [presumably Paul Williams, Dick's close friend and eventual biographer] transmitting chapter one of Confessions [of a Crap Artist] (not included here) and, included here, two pages of "theological ramblings" related to Dick's "beginning to fashion a scientific theory about [his] theological experiences..." The letter covers a bit about the retrograde forces such as tachyons bleeding back at Earth due to the weakening field of time; one of the two pages of notes considers humans' (and Dick's) roles as avatars, with knowledge received from the Holy Spirit; the other page considers our inability to recognize God and postulates a "SF novel: Hefestus as VALIS" -- a very early mention of the acronym Dick developed for the "Vast Active Living Intelligence System" that he considered to be the nature of reality and the universe, after his psychological/religious epiphanies that he experienced in February and March of 1974. The theological writings are from the early pages of what came to be known as his Exegesis, which, by the time of his death in 1982, had reached over 8000 pages of religious and metaphysical insight and speculation. The letter, signed by Dick, runs about 225 words; the theological musings about 950 words. Near fine. First Edition. No Binding. Near Fine.

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        My Day

      Frank Hallman, New York 1975 - A fine copy of limited signed edition. This is copy Q of the 26 copies. Signed by Jean Rhys on the half title page. This copy includes the Publishers advertising card laid in. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        La cittá ideale nel rinascimento. A cura di Gianni Carlo Sciolla. Con un saggio intrduttivo di Luigi Firpo.

      Turin, Unione Tipografico-Editrice 1975, 1975. Gebundene Ausgabe8°. 165 S. mit zahlreichen Abbildungen. OPbd. (Strenna Utet). Stoßspur am oberen Rücken, Gutes Exemplar. OPbd. (Strenna Utet). Versand D: 16,98 EUR

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        Man Ray

      

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        Berlin - große Kunstbuch - Sammlung von/über Berlin (48 verschiedene Titel): 1. Franz Hessel: Spazieren in Berlin / 2. Emil Koschka: Berliner Sitte (n) / 3. Kiepert Berlin-Literatur Verzeichnis zur 750-Jahr-Feier 1987 (erweiterte Ausgabe) / 4. Uwe Kieling: Berlin - Baumeister und Bauten ., Rarität! Aus der Sammlung des Dr. Gisold Lammel ., übernommen 2015,

      diverse verschiedene Verlage, Ausgaben von 1975 bis 1995 (überwiegend). - ca. 10000 Seiten insgesamt!, Rarität = Dr. Lammel-Originalsammlung Nr. 1 (von 11) insgesamt 48 Bücher: Im März 2015 konnten wir die besondere Büchersammlung des international bekannten Kunsthistorikers Dr. sc. Gisold Lammel aus Berlin übernehmen. Lammel wirkte viele Jahre im Kunstbereich an den Berliner Universitäten. Er verstarb Ende der neunziger Jahre des vergangenen (20.) Jahrhunderts. Hier finden Sie seine Bücher zu einer ganz besonderen deutschen Stadt: BERLIN ------------------ die Bücher sind überwiegend altersentsprechend gut erhalten, oft sogar mit Schutzumschlag, besondere sichtbare Fehler sind beim jeweiligen Buch gesondert vermerkt --------------------------- 1. Franz Hessel: Spazieren in Berlin / 2. Emil Koschka: Berliner Sitte (n) / 3. Kiepert Berlin-Literatur Verzeichnis zur 750-Jahr-Feier 1987 (erweiterte Ausgabe) / 4. Uwe Kieling: Berlin - Baumeister und Bauten (Von der Gotik bis zum Historismus) / 5. Eberhard Cyran: Das Schloss an der Spree - Die Geschichte eines Bauwerks und einer Dynastie / 6. Joachim Herrmann: Berlin - Ergebnisse der heimatkundlichen Bestandsaufnahme / 7. Peter Paret: Die Berliner Secession - Moderne Kunst und ihre Feinde im kaiserlichen Deutschland (leichte Gebrauchsspuren) / 8. Hans Reuther: Barock in Berlin - Meister und Werke der Berliner Baukunst 1640 - 1786 (Schutzu / 9. Hans Oswald: Die Berlinerin - Kultur- und Sittengeschichte Berlins / 10. Berlin, Berlin - Die Ausstellung zur Geschichte der Stadt / 11. Julius Rodenberg: Bilder aus dem Berliner Leben / 12. Hermann Kähler: Berlin - Asphalt und Licht - Die grosse Stadt in der Literatur der Weimarer Republik / 13. Johann Jakob Hässlin: Berlin / 14. Heinz Seyer u.a.: Geschichte Berlins von den Anfängen bis 1945 / 15. Christian Ferber: Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung - Zeitbild, Chronik, Moritat für jedermann, 1892 - 1945 / 16. Hans Ludwig: Erlebnis Berlin (nur der Deckel mit Gebrauchsspuren) - Dreihundert Jahre Berlin im Spiegel seiner Kunst / 17. Ernst Dronke: Berlin / 18. Winfried Löschburg: Spreegöttin mit Berliner Bär - historische Miniaturen / 19. Georg Holmsten: Berliner Miniaturen - Großstadtmelodie / 20. Gustav Rasch: Berlin bei Nacht - eine Auswahl aus seinen Schriften mit einem Anhang über das Victoriatheater . / 21. Georg Holmsten: Die Berlin-Chronik - Daten / Personen / Dokumente / 22. Wolfgang Gottschalk: Altberliner Kirchen in historischen Ansichten / 23. Willmuth Arenhövel u.a.: Das Brandenburger Tor 1791 - 1991 - Eine Monographie / 24. Ekhart Berckenhagen: Die Malerei in Berlin vom 13. bis zum ausgehenden 18. Jahrhundert / 25. Willy Kurth: Berliner Landschaftsmalerei - Von Chodowiecki bis Liebermann / 26. Günter Schade: Schloß Köpenick - Ein Streifzug durch die Geschchte der Köpenicker Schloßinsel / 27. Winfried Löschburg: Panorama der Straße Unter den Linden / 28. Karl Heinrich Krögen: Freie Bemerkungen über Berlin, Leipzig, Prag (Ausg. 1986) / 29. Winfried Löschburg u.a.: Hugenotten in Berlin / 30. Dieter Honisch: Preussische Bildnisse des 19. Jahrhunderts / 31. Ingrid Mittenzwei u.a.: Brandenburg-Preußen 1648-1789 / 32. Helmut Börsch-Supan: Die Kunst in Brandenburg-Preußen - Ihre Geschichte von der Renaissance bis zum Biedermeier dargestellt am Kunstbesitz der Berliner Schlösser / 33. P. Clauswitz u.a.: Erforschte und Erlebtes aus dem alten Berlin - Festschrift zum 50jährigen Jubiläum aus dem alten Berlin / 34. Günter Schade: Die Berliner Museumsinsel / 35. Kollatz: Lustige Berlin-Chronik - Die Jahresüberblicke im Tagesspiegel 1963-1981 / 36. Alfred Doil: Berliner Kulturstätten / 37. Irmgard Wirth: Berliner Biedermeier / 38. Conrad Grau: Berlin - Französische Straße - Auf den Spuren der Hugenotten / 39. Harald Brost u.a.: Berlin wird Weltstadt (mit Wasserschaden im Buch und auf Deckel, aber gut lesbar!) / 40. Peter Bloch u.a.: Ethos und Pathos - Die Berliner Bildhauerschule 1786-1914, mit Kurzbiographien Berliner Bildhauer / 41. Paul Weiglin: Berliner Biedermeier - Leben, Kunst und Kultur in Alt-Berlin zwischen 1815 u [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        TOMMY (1975) A ROCK OPERA BY THE WHO / SCREENPLAY BY KEN RUSSELL, 5TH MARCH, 1974

      Columbia Pictures 1975 - Vintage original British script for the 1975 UK film, belonging to Alan Smith, a road crew member for The Who in the 1970s. Brief notations in holograph ink on a few pages. A letter of provenance from Smith is included. Based on the 1969 rock opera written by The Who about a deaf, dumb and blind kid who "sure plays a mean pinball" and subsequently becomes the idol of a religious cult. Tommy (Daltrey) retreats into himself after the death of his father. His mother and stepfather (Ann-Margret and Reed) take him to a specialist (Jack Nicholson), but Tommy is apparently a hopeless case. Then he discovers his own talents at the pinball machine, and he gains fame when he defeats the Pinball Wizard (Elton John). As a result, Tommy becomes a celebrity, founding his own religious cult. As his fame grows, so does his anxiety. When Tommy wants to end the commercialization of his message, his supporters accuse him of being hypocritical and revolt. The cast included (among others) every member of The Who, Jack Nicholson, Tina Turner and Eric Clapton. Nominated for two Academy Awards, and Ann-Margret won a Golden Globe for her role, a performance that included writhing around in soap suds, baked beans and chocolate. Orange studio wrappers with die-cut window in the British style, noted as No. 55 in holograph ink on the front wrapper. 67 leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 65. Roneograph, bound internally with two silver brads. Pages and wrapper NEAR FINE

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        Les temps sauvages

      First edition, one of 32 numbered copies on Hollande paper, the tirage de tête.A very good copy. Gallimard Paris 1975 14,5x21,5cm broché

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        Hôtes de passage

      First edition, one of 120 numbered copies on Hollande, the tirage de tête.Autograph inscription from André Malraux to Ninka and Karl Hans, with two little drawings of cats in red and blue ink.A fine copy. % Gallimard Paris 1975 12,5x20cm broché

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        Entropion.; 35 eaux-fortes de Abdallah Benanteur

      Paris: Collection Charef, 1975. One of 20 copies, signed by author and artist; with a long inscription from the author. 5 x 5 3/4 in. (127 x 140 cm). 58 decorated text pages and 35 etchings. Bound by Jill Oriane Tarlau in dark olive morocco, with onlays built of board, leather, and decorated paper. Spine lettered in red. Suede lined chemise and slipcase. Perfect condition. Benanteur, among the most important of modern Algerian painters, was given a one-man show at the Institute du Monde Arabe in 2003.

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        Pas moi

      Les éditions de minuit. First edition, one of some hors commerce copies on vélin supérieur, tirage de tête along with 92 numbered copies on vélin supérieur.Autograph inscription from Samuel Beckett to Ludovic (Janvier).A good copy.  Les éditions de minuit Paris 1975 10x18cm broché

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        FULL SIZE MOVIE POSTER 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest', *SIGNED* BY CAST (REPRINT POSTER)

      Fantasy Films 1975 - VG. rolled reprint full-sized movie poster, very light exterior wear, in hard plastic protector sleeve, *AUTOGRAPHED/SIGNED* by Danny DeVito, Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher, Christopher Lloyd. Once Read Books, cover scan available - just ask, OnceReadBooks com Orders shipped via USPS.

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        Manuscript maquette for Creepy Castle. Together with a smaller manuscript book proposal and the US first edition.

      London: Macmillan, 1975 - 2 pen and watercolour manuscripts, 1 oblong octavo (190 x 140 mm) and 1 square octavo (135 x 126 mm). Volume I: loose gatherings with illustrated wrappers, 15 double page drawings (368 x 134 mm), of which all but one feature a flap which changes the scene, and 2 single page drawings (182 x 134 mm). Volume II: bound with illustrated self-wrappers, 4 double page drawings (253 x 134 mm), one of which features 3 flaps that change the scene. Together with a copy of the US first edition of the completed book in the original pink boards and pictorial dust jacket. Housed in a red quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Extremities slightly rubbed and bumped, a few small nicks and light creases to wrappers of Volume I. An excellent set with bright and crisp watercolour drawings. The original manuscript maquette of Goodall's wordless picture book, Creepy Castle, which would be published in 1975 by Macmillan in London and Atheneum in New York. While the published book conveys Goodall (1908–1996)'s inventive approach to the picture book format, it fails to fully transmit the delicate lines and colouring of the artist's lively illustrations, as evident in the current manuscript.

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        Humboldt's Gift

      1st Edition New York: The Viking Press, 1975. FIRST EDITION, SIGNED by SAUL BELLOW on title page; winner of the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for fiction. Humboldt's Gift also strongly contributed to Bellow being awarded the 1976 Nobel Prize for literature. New York: The Viking Press, 1975. Original cloth, original dust jacket. Book in exceptional condition, dust jacket bright and clean and only the slightest toning to the spine, much less than usual. Very light occasional wear to extremities. An outstanding copy. Very Good / Very Good.

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        Die die Die DIE gesamte verdammte Kacke.

      Rainer Verlag und ed. Hansjörg mayer - 1975 186 S. s/w Abbild. Nr. 252 mit Zeichnung.

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        Le jour des temps

      Galerie Bosquet Goutal Darly. First edition, one of 135 numbered copies on marbled paper, this one of 100 with a signed engraving (one not used) by Max Papart, the only printing alongside 10 on Chapelle paperWith 11 original engravings by Max Paprt, signed in pencilAutograph signatures of Jacques Prévert and Max Papart to the justification pageAutograph inscription from Max Papart to Jean-Pierre Chauvency, enriched with a signed original drawing of a stylized bird flying towards the sunFaint dampstain (not serious) to top of slipcase, internally very good. Galerie Bosquet Goutal Darly Paris 1975 35,5x40,5cm en feuilles sous chemise et étui

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        Kafka, pour une littérature mineure

      Les éditions de minuit. First edition on ordinary paper.With an autograph inscription from Gilles Deleuze to Claude de Cardenac enriched with of the autograph signature of Félix Guattari.Spine very lightly and insignificantly sunned, a good copy. Les éditions de minuit Paris 1975 13,5x21,5cm broché

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        High-Rise

      Jonathan Cape, 1975. First British (and true first) Edition (first printing). A novel by the author of CRASH and EMPIRE OF THE SUN, the story of a man who leases an elegant high-rise apartment as an ideal retreat -- only to find the building's inhabitants break down into three distinct and hostile camps. Basis for the film. Fine/Near Fine -- incidental crimping at the head of the dust jacket spine. . 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.

      [Bookseller: Bill Leone, Bookseller ABAA]
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        The Monkey Wrench Gang...

      Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1975). Cloth backed boards. Fine copy in fine dust jacket with a couple of tiny nicks....

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        The Overcoat.

      Verona, 1975. 8 x 11 1/2. 119 pages including 6 full page etchings by Petro Annigoni. Quarter vellum, top edge gilt. Fine in buckram slipcase, with prospectus. Small book labels of Harold and Nancy Hugo. No. 8 of 160 copies signed by the artist. Original Russian text is printed in the Pushkin Cyrillic type cut for the OB, with English translation by Constance Garnett in Dante type, on handmade paper.

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        Superficie argento

      Il Nuovo Torcoliere, 1975. Serigrafia in argento e impressione a secco originale, firmata e numerata a matita dall'Artista. Cm 45 x 60. . Ottimo (Fine). Tiratura 150 esemplari.

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        Typed Letter Signed and Notes for a Scientific Theory of Theological Experiences

      1975. A letter dated January 27, 1975 and written to Paul [presumably Paul Williams, Dick's close friend and eventual biographer] transmitting chapter one of Confessions [of a Crap Artist] (not included here) and, included here, two pages of "theological ramblings" related to Dick's "beginning to fashion a scientific theory about [his] theological experiences..." The letter covers a bit about the retrograde forces such as tachyons bleeding back at Earth due to the weakening field of time; one of the two pages of notes considers humans' (and Dick's) roles as avatars, with knowledge received from the Holy Spirit; the other page considers our inability to recognize God and postulates a "SF novel: Hefestus as VALIS" -- a very early mention of the acronym Dick developed for the "Vast Active Living Intelligence System" that he considered to be the nature of reality and the universe, after his psychological/religious epiphanies that he experienced in February and March of 1974. The theological writings are from the early pages of what came to be known as his Exegesis, which, by the time of his death in 1982, had reached over 8000 pages of religious and metaphysical insight and speculation. The letter, signed by Dick, runs about 225 words; the theological musings about 950 words. Near fine. First Edition. No Binding. Near Fine.

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        Taxi Driver (Collection of 8 original US lobby cards for the 1976 film)

      Columbia Pictures, Culver City, CA 1975 - Collection of 8 vintage full color lobby cards from the 1976 film. This set dated 1975, one year before the film's official release, produced for press advertisement.A film that would prove to be the turning point in the careers of director Martin Scorsese, screenwriter Paul Schrader, and actors Robert De Niro and Jodie Foster, and one that has only gained significance with the passage of time. Exhibiting elements of both American experimental filmmaking and vanguard European narrative, and a perfect example of American neo-noir, drawing influences from Bresson, Antonioni, Godard, Hitchcock, Lang, and Malle. Nominated for four Academy Awards including Best Picture. Set in New York City and shot on location there. 11 x 14 inches (28 x 35.5 cm). Near Fine, with tape toning to the verso of image 5. Biskind, Easy Riders Raging Bulls (1998), pp.15, 17, 228, 230, 244, 246, 251, 254, 276, 286, 290, 291, 295, 296, 299-302, 305-307, 313-314, 324, 325, 333, 338, 374, 382, 383, 385, 399, 407, 448. Ebert I. Elsaesser, Horwath, King, The Last Great American Picture Show, pp. 149-150. Godard, Histoires du cinema. Grant, pp. 630-631. Hardy, The BFI Companion to Crime, pp. 318-319. National Film Registry. Penzler, 101 Greatest Films of Mystery and Suspense, pp. 22-24. Spicer, pp. 293-294. Silver, p. 456, Weldon, The Psychotronic Video Guide (1996), pp. 556-557.

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        Blueprint for a higher civilization

      Multhipla Edizioni, 1975. A cura di Germano Celant. Alcune ill. in bianco e nero n.t. Primo libro teorico dell'artista americano Henry Flynt, teorizzatore del termine "concettuale" applicato all'arte. Dichiara al risvolto di copertina: "I am the originator of concept art, the most influential contemporary art trend. In 1961 I authored (and copyrighted) the phrase "concept art", the rationale for it, and the first compositions labeled concept art". 8vo. pp. 206. Molto Buono (Very Good). Prima edizione (First Edition).

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        Richard Lindner.

      Paris: Fernand Mourlot, (1975). Elephant folio. (38)ff. One of 150 copies. Contains ten lithographs measuring 28 1/2 by 20 3/4 inches, each signed by the artist, Richard Lindner, and numbered and counter-initialed by Fernand Mourlot, the printer/publisher who produced the lithographs. In his introduction, Ionesco describes Lindner as "one of the great contemporary masters. His work lies within the realm of caricature, painting, and theater. It is interpretation of reality, but reality is not realistic." Mourlot, who worked with all the great artists of the twentieth century, writes that Lindner created ten original gouaches and watercolors for this series, supervised the transfer to the stones, corrected the colors, retouched the plates, and oversaw the printing with such a perfectionist's eye that "only Marc Chagall forced us to run the plates so many times through the presses." An extremely fine copy, loose as issued, in a printed quarter-vellum clamshell box.

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        Ovum 2A Epoca no. 5

      Ovum, Montevideo 1975 - 318 x 230 mm. 12 sheets of various size and stock stapled to printed card cover. Edition of 500 copies. The assembling magazine Ovum, a revista of ‘artistic investigation’, was organized by Clement Padin in collaboration with the contributing artists. This issue includes work by Paulo Bruscky, Raul Marroquin, Horacio Zabala, Francisco Pino, Guillermo Dreisler, Allan Bealy, Luis Enrique, Centro de Arte Contemporaneo Brasileno, Rolf Nortemann, Gerd Scherm, Damaso Ogaz, Reni Levy and Dino Bedino. Bruscky contributes a ‘ferrogravura’, a unique work from a series of hot iron prints on paper created by the artist. Condition: creasing and handling to covers, staples loosening, inside contents VG+.

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        The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B & Back Again)

      New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Publishers, 1975 First edition, first printing. Signed by Warhol on the half-title: "AW". Publisher's red-orange cloth and yellow boards, lettered in black and white; in the original black dust jacket designed by Herb Lubalin, with a photograph of the author by Philippe Halsman to the front panel, lettered in white and yellow. Book fine; unclipped dust jacket with a hint of wear to head of spine, else fine. A bright and fresh copy, signed by Warhol. The Philosophy of Andy Warhol is Warhol's second commercially published book, created after he had been established as a major 20th century artist and international celebrity. Although it was professionally published, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol is only marginally more serious than his art books; the text is abstract, more a collection of scattered reflections and thoughts than a cohesive narrative. It covers a variety of subjects, including Warhol's thoughts on his childhood, his life as a celebrity, art, New York, life, and love. The Philosophy of Andy Warhol was largely ghostwritten by Warhol's secretary Pat Hackett, to whom the book is dedicated; in his subsequent commercial publications, Warhol included Hackett as a co-author.. Signed by Author. First Edition.. Hard Cover. Fine/Dust Jacket Included.

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        Bid Time Return

      US: Viking, 1975 Very Good to Near Fine, unread book that is slightly sprung at front hinge with front board having a bit of splaying, white quarter cloth hasone light spot in front gutter and sun yellowing to edges; in a Very Good to Near Fine jacket that has sun fade to spine, slight edge and corner wear, and a couple of minor overwrite impressions. This copy signed by Matheson on front end page. An uncommon time-travel romance that developed a cult following; 1980 movie tie-in is well-known, Somewhere in Time, with Christopher Reeve/Jane Seymour.

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        The Sonnets.

      The Swallow Press, London. 1975 - First edition thus: nine-page Preface by Robert Graves. Quarto. Unpaginated. Illustrated by Clarke Hutton with forty full-page geometric drawings. The design of the book is by Edward Burrett. Bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in full Niger with gilt motif to front, gilt decorated endpapers, top edge gilt.Number 56 of 300 copies signed by Graves, Hutton and Burrett.Fine in very good slipcase, whose paper design matches that of the book's endpapers, rubbed at the edges. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        [Archive of Correspondence and Manuscript Notes]

      Poulpry, Le Port Blanc, & elsewhere, 1975. [24]pp, on 16 folio, octavo and 12mo leaves of ruled and unruled paper of various sorts. In ink, pencil and carbon, as detailed below. Some leaves punched for notebooks, or extracted or removed from writing pads, but very good. A fascinating lot of correspondence and manuscript notes connecting these two poets, early on among principals of the Paris MERLIN / Olympia Press circles and in later years translators and poets of significant accomplishments. The lot consists of: a) four autograph letters, signed, from Wainhouse to Logue, 10 August to 18 September, 1975, three of them quite lengthy and closely written, totaling seven pages; b) a carbon of a closely written, undated a.l.s from Logue to Wainhouse, one page quarto; and c) fifteen pages, on nine leaves, of manuscript notes and poetry drafts by Logue. Wainhouse's letters, which bear Logue's occasional highlighting or marginalia, range over a variety of topics, including personal work and activities, but deal substantially with two interesting topics: research by Patrick Kearney into the history of the Olympia Press ("Don't talk to me about Girodias: the name makes me sick") and the identities of the pseudonymous writers associated with the imprint ("I must say however that as regards pseudonyms I'm not at all inclined to give the few real names I think I know - is it for me to reveal or confirm the identity of the lady who wrote THE WHIP ANGELS?"), and Ezra Pound and Logue's work on an extended poem treating Pound (evidently abandoned but described in the carbon letter from Logue: "... for it will not be biographical as such - of 250 lines. In this poem I want to discover if I have a clear negative, i.e. if I know what to me is 'no' in life, in writing, in the human always 'no', i.e. what , were I a world-dictator, a mortal God I would oblige others to know by inferable words..."). Wainhouse responds to Logue's projects in kind: "Your difficulties saying the right thing, the truth about Pound, truly & rightly indicating your relationship to him - I appreciate those difficulties. They make me think of those I had writing a 'Memoir' about Georges Bataille ...." Logue's notes and drafts are varied and interesting: a typical passage, captioned "Notes for E. P. poem -- abandoned," reads in part: "1) to speak is to lie -- 'poets lies' 'writers lies' 2) to avoid lying by remaining silent is even worse? 3) such[ ?] people must also withdraw from the world 4) for to remain in the world and to deny its one voice? 5) impossible: existence provokes 6) not purify the dialect of the tribe. . . ." A section of notes on another page begins: "Pound loves and accepts being alive; both 'himself' and 'what is not himself;' (both what is 'verbal' and 'non-verbal'). He delights in 'art' and 'in being an artist'. What would Pound's ideal society be? Would he, for instance, destroy all Jews, if given the chance? What does he most like? to be a literary Dictator? The judge to whom all things are brought for acceptance / rejection? He does not believe that redemption is possible only through death." An excellent representation of an association that extended over several decades.

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        Iceberg

      Dodd, Mead & Company 1975 - First edition, first printing. Very Good, with lean and crease to spine, foxing to edge of page block (heaviest on top edge), in a Good dust jacket with price intact, edge wear with some creasing and edge tears, and tape repairs made to the front of the jacket at the base of the spine and front and rear panels. The second Dirk Pitt novel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        Archive of 16mm film and audios from The Writer in America Series (1975-77)

      1975-1977. 27 16mm films (thirty minutes to five minutes), 29 Synchronized sound tracks, one tape and transcript. These are the masters and outtakes of the films directed by Richard O. Moore for The Writer in America Series (1975-77). A few of the audios have been converted to MP3 files and one of the films to a digital file. Sample MP3 snippets available.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Superficie argento

      Roma: Il Nuovo Torcoliere, , 1975. Ottimo (Fine). Serigrafia in argento e impressione a secco originale, firmata e numerata a matita dall'Artista.. Cm 45 x 60. . Ottimo (Fine). Tiratura 150 esemplari.

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        Stations

      Belfast, NI: Ulsterman 1975 - Stapled in yellow pictorial wrappers. First edition. 24 pages. Prose poems by Heaney never reprinted in their entirety. Slight bump to one corner, else fine, like new. SIGNED by Seamus Heaney on the title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        S.p.A. 12.5.1972 - 15.5.1975

      Roma: , , 1975. Brossura (wrappers). Ottimo (Fine). S.p.A. inteso come registrazione autogestita di esperienze (azioni cfr. titolo) singole e/o collettive, documentate e sollecitate mediante spedizione preventiva e/o successiva, attuate al di fuori di qualunque controllo reale codificato e codificante, prevaricante la matrice stessa (azionista). Testi in italiano e inglese. Hanno autonomamente collaborato: C.M. Benvenuti / T. Catalano / P. Mangogna / F. Falasca / G. Croce /M. Diacono / J. Ruddy / F. Mauri / L. Triunfo / R. Barry /R. Filliou / V. Agnetti / C. Romeo / L. Pascucci / C. Prudente / V. Zini / / R. Albanese / F. Clemente / C. Costa / F. Loriot / C. Cintoli / L. Piffero / M.V. Carelli / D. Esposito / J. Gerz / D. Palamara / A. Fiorentino / J. Calabrò / T. Johnson / M. Shaffer / I. Scanga / B. Ceccobelli / L. Trina / G. Chiari / W. Vostell / D. Bocchini /Ma. Nannucci / Mas. Nannucci / I. Soskic / S. Lombardo / P. Hutchinson / Arcelli & Comini / A. Davis / T. Smith / A. Boetti / A. Fajetti / W. Guidobaldi / G. Matti / C. Fayer / N. De Maria / A. Altamira / A. Guatti / Diodato / F. Valentini / F. Caldura / Th. Woodruff / T. Luppino / T. Binga / L. Marzot / D. Cortez / D. Rabinowitch / M.sa Merz / A. Caronna / A. Spinelli / G. Attalai / T. Shafrazy / Ben / DeCa /P. Downsborough / D. Verni / Christo / L. Weiner / S. Hoppferwisier / M. Stuprò / G. / A. Faggiano / Ufficio Immaginazione Preventiva. Numerose illustrazioni. Cm 29,6 x 20. pp. 426 (alcune pagine ripiegate). Ottimo (Fine). . Lo S.p.A. è tuttavia un libro privo di menabò, che afferma una capacità politica ed editoriale in assoluta estranietà con qualunque processo di determinazione quantitativa (pagine - capitoli - paragrafi) che inevitabilmente ne ridurrebbe la capacità di autodeterminarsi dialetticamente con lo strumento di capienza di una teoricamente pressochè infinita disponibilità d'incidenza, di volta in volta inerzialmente adotatta mediante una prassi sistemica consequenziale di valutazione esente da giudizio.

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        Donald Judd: A Catalogue of the Exhibition / Catalogue Raisonne of Paintings, Objects, and Wood-Blocks, 1960-1974

      Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1975. First. paperback. very good. Donald Judd. Profusely illustrated with over 400 black & white reproductions. Essays and Catalogue Raisonne prepared by Brydon Smith, along with ane essay by 32 page Roberta Smith, a 2 page Chronology, 30 page List of Exhibitions, Index, Bibliography & errata sheet. 320 pages in all with text in English and French. Thick 4to, orange printed wrappers (spine evenly faded and a bit puckered). Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1975. First softcover edition. A very good solid copy of this rather scarce book. This book contains both the 47 page exhibition catalogue for the 1975 Ottawa show (which featured 51 works never before exhibited) and a 188 page catalogue raisonne of 355 paintings, objects, and wood-blocks made between August 1 1960 and July 1, 1974.

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