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ROTH, DITER) aka (ROT, DIETER). Rot, Diter & Richard Hamilton
William and Noma Copley Foundation, Chicago, IL, 1965. np, 30 loose components of varying sizes printed in monochrome and dutone. Known as "The Copley Book", this is Diter Roth's 1965 artist's volume created in collaboration with Richard Hamilton and published by Chicago's William and Noma Copley Foundation. A stream of conciousness agglomeration of fragments in the vein of Duchamp's notes for the Large Glass, it contains thirty loose, printed sheets housed in a colorful printed paper folder. A complete, serviceable example only of this exceedingly uncommon item showing pronounced foxing, brown dampstaining, and rippling to the outer portfolio along with some milder dampstaining to some of the internal components. The staple that originally bound contents to the rear cover has long ago been removed, and a piece of transparent tape has been affixed over the remaining tiny holes on the inside. It has been priced acordingly. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Arcana: Books on the Arts [Culver City, CA, U.S.A.]
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