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    BROWN, Christopher.
    $20.00
    San Francisco: John Berggruen Gallery (2006). First edition. 35 pp. Light rubbing to front cover, else very near fine in wrappers. Exhibition catalogue. Twelve color reproductions.
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    BROWN, Christopher.
    $35.00
    Palo Alto: Palo Alto Cultural Center, 1995. First edition. 68 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. Curated by Signe Mayfield. SIGNED by Brown on the title page.
  • BROWN, Theophilus.
    $45.00
    Santa Monica: Koplin Gallery, 1991. First edition. 28 pp. Faint toning to spine, else very near fine in printed wrappers. Text by John Arthur. Eighteen color reproductions. SIGNED by Brown on the title page.
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    BUCKINGHAM, Matthew.
    $15.00
    NY: Shark Books/Murray Guy (2001). First edition. 27 pp w/notes & bibliography. Fine in stapled wrappers.
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    BUKOWSKI, Charles and R. Crumb.
    $35.00
    Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow [1984]. First edition. 10 x 17 inch illustrated broadside, printed in three colors on pink paper. Two old folds, else fine. Reproduces a Crumb drawing from the book, and provides ordering information. Broadside/flyer No. 12.
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    BUKOWSKI, Charles and R. Crumb.
    $45.00
    Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow [1984]. First edition. 10 x 17 inch illustrated broadside, printed in three colors on pink paper. Crease to one lower corner, else fine. Reproduces a Crumb drawing from the book, and provides ordering information. Broadside/flyer No. 12.
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    BUKOWSKI, Charles.
    $25.00
    [Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow 1999]. First edition. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inch serigraph, printed in four colors. Fine. This print appeared originally in the limited issue of Bukowski’s WHAT MATTERS MOST IS HOW YOU WALK THROUGH THE FIRE, but is here offered separately.
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    BUKOWSKI, Charles.
    $25.00
    [Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow (nd)]. First edition. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inch serigraph print in four colors. Fine.
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    BUTLER, Christopher.
    $25.00
    Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1980. First edition. 177 pp w/notes & index of names. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. Illustrated with fourteen plates.
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    BUTOR, Michael.
    $35.00
    Paris: Galerie de Seine (1975). First edition. 49 pp. Fine in printed wrappers. Exhibition catalogue, with 20 full color reproductions of Bryen's work, and and essay by Butor.
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    CARRAHER, Ronald G.
    $25.00
    NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold (1970). First edition. Horizontal 4to. 112 pp. Fine in very near fine dust jacket with one tiny edge tear. “A compendium of naive, primitive, vernacular, anonymous, spontaneous, popular, grassroots, folk, serv-ur-self art.” A wonderful collection, fully-illustrated.
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    CARROLL, Patty and Yood, James.
    $25.00
    Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press (1991). First edition. Fine in fine dust jacket. Foreword by Neal Benezra, introduction by Debora Duez Donato. Fully illustrated with color reproductions.
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    CATEFORIS, David.
    $10.00
    Belmont: Wiegand Gallery/College of Notre Dame (1990). First edition. Exhibition catalogue. Fine in stapled wrappers. Illustrated with five reproductions. Phoebe Adams, John Duff, Mark Lere, Martin Puryear, Robert Therrien.
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    CAWS, Mary Ann.
    $20.00
    Cambridge & London: MIT Press (1997). First edition. xx + 344 pp w/index. MIT press logo stamped to bottom edge, else near fine in near fine dust jacket.
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    CERUTI, Mary with Matt Freedman and Sina Najafi.
    $50.00
    NY: Cabinet/Independent Curators International/Sculpturecenter (2003). First edition. Folio. 160 pp. Near fine in printed wrappers with a small nick at the top edge of the rear cover.
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    CEYSSON, Bernard. et al.
    $45.00
    NY: Skira/Rizzoli (1987). First US edition. Folio. 311 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket. Publisher’s generic printed slipcase has a split down one edge, else fine. Illustrated with 218 full color and 236 b&w reproduction.
  • CÉZANNE, Paul.
    $75.00
    Berkeley: University of California (2001). First US edition. xxxiv + 278 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket. Introduction by Richard Schiff, concluding essay by Lawrence Gowing. Edited by Michael Doran. Texts by contemporary authors with selections from Cézanne’s own letters.
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    CHAPON, Francois.
    $45.00
    Paris: Lavoir (1966). First edition. [60 pp]. Very near fine in wrappers with integral dust jacket with pasted-on cover label. Twenty-two b&w reproductions of visual works by Hugo, Baudelaire, Mallarmé, Verlaine, Corbiere, Nouveau, Rimbaud, Laforgue, Claudel, Valéry, Jarry, Jacob, Apollinaire, Eluard, Breton, Tzara, Artaud, Aragon, Prévert, Desnos, Queneau, and Char.
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    CHILLIDA, Eduardo.
    $30.00
    Paris: Maeght Éditeur (1993). First edition. 93 pp. Light bump to one upper corner, else very near fine in illustrated wrappers. Texts by Julien Clay and Jorge Guillén.
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    CLARK, Jason.
    $20.00
    Clonmel: Coracle (2008). First edition. [32 pp]. Fine in wrappers and integral printed dust jacket. Notebook drawings of abandoned vehicles by Clark, with an introductory poem by Cralan Kelder.
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    CLARK, Robin. ed.
    $25.00
    San Diego & Berkeley: Museum of Contemporary Art/University of California (2011). First edition. 239 pp. Fine in illustrated boards. No dust jacket, as issued.
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    CLARK, Thomas.
    $50.00
    London: Ferry Press (1966). First edition. Unpaginated. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Clark's first book, one of 440 (of 500) copies printed. Cover illustration by Joe Brainard.
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    CLARK, Thomas.
    $50.00
    London: Ferry Press (1966). First edition. [28 pp]. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Cover art by Joe Brainard. One of 500 copies. Clark's first book. He would later publish exclusively under “Tom Clark,” to distinguish himself from the Scottish poet Thomas A. Clark.
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    CLARK, Tom and Ron Padgett.
    $30.00
    NY: Angel Hair (1968). First edition. 4to. [24 pp]. Very good plus in illustrated wrappers with light bumps to two corners, some discoloration to unprinted white rear panel, and some rubbing along spine. Cover art by Jim Dine. One of 500 copies.
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    COATES, Marcus.
    $45.00
    Ambleside: Grizedale Books (2001). First edition. [48 pp]. Fine in full decorated cloth. No dust jacket, as issued. Introduction, “Being Something” by Tracey Warr.
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    COE, Sue.
    $15.00
    NY: New Press (1992). First printing of this edition (originally published as a RAW one-shot in 1986). [36 pp]. Fine in illustrated boards; no dust jacket, as issued. Edited and designed by Francoise Mouly, illustrated by Coe, and with a prose work, “Concurrent Events” by Judith Moore.”
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    COLE, Beverley.
    $30.00
    Harrow: Capital Transport Publishing/NRM (2006). First edition. 60 pp. Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. An illustrated history of this iconic campaign.
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    COLESCOTT, Robert.
    $75.00
    San Francisco: Meredian Gallery (2007). First edition. 52 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. Curated by Peter Selz. Fully color illustrated.
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    COLPITT, Frances and Phyllis Plous.
    $25.00
    Santa Barbara: University Art Museum (1992). First edition. 4to. 88 pp. Corner crease to front and rear covers, else near fine in illustrated wrappers.
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    COLQUHOUN, Brett.
    $25.00
    Melbourne: Pataphysics (1995). First edition. [30 pp]. Very near fine in printed wrappers. Black and white reproductions of thirteen works. Pataphysics Series No. 4.
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    CONNELL, Evan S. and Robert Therrien.
    $1,000.00
    NY: Library Fellows of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1992. First edition. Tall 4to. [24 pp]. Fine in full vellum, stamped in gold. Near fine publisher’s clamshell case with some sunning along spine and top edge. Binding by Claudia Cohen. Connell’s text with an original watercolor and an etching by Therrien. One of 105 (of 150) numbered copies SIGNED in full by Connell and inititaled by Therrien. The tenth book in the Artists and Writers Series.
  • CONNER, Bruce.
    $17,500.00
    [San Francisco: Bruce Conner] (1970). First edition. Fifteen 11 x 7 1/4 inch lithographs with original tissue guards, housed in a portfolio with gilt stamping to the front panel. All elements fine. One of 80 (of 90) copies. The lithographs were printed at Kaiser Graphics in Oakland on Rives BFK paper. Portfolio hand made by Schuberth Bindery. Typography (title and colophon cards) by Grabhorn-Hoyem. Each of the fifteen prints is numbered, dated, and SIGNED by Conner in the lower margin. A beautiful production.