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    AFFELDER, Jessie. ed.
    $25.00
    Chicago: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1981. First edition. 28 pp. Light toning along spine, else near fine in stapled wrappers. Essays by Affelder, Michael Day, and Janice Snyder with a checklist of exhibited titles and eight b&w photographs.
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    BLUME, Bernhard Johannes.
    $25.00
    Berlin: Edition Hundertmark (1978). First edition. [15 pp]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Drawings with brief corresponding texts. One of 300 copies.
  • BOSHIER, Derek.
    $125.00
    London: Idea Books, 1971. First edition. [36 pp]. Oblong 8vo. Near fine in white glossy boards with the title embossed on the front panel. Sixteen b&w photographs of the same two paired objects in different, well, situations.
  • BYTHERIVER, Marylee.
    $250.00
    (np): Lunation Press, 1991. First edition. Oblong 8vo. [14 pp]. Fine in paper-covered boards with clever removable spine that allows the entire book to be opened out into a single long sheet. Hand-set type and multi-color linoleum block prints, executed on a Vandercook. One of 50 numbered copies on Somerset Satin paper INITIALED by Bytheriver.
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    CARELMAN, Jacques.
    $55.00
    Paris: Le Terrain Vague, 1965. First edition. [96 pp]. Fine in full red silk over boards in near fine dust jacket. Text and surrealistic collage illustrations.
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    CAVELLINI, Guglielmo Achille.
    $15.00
    Brescia: Edizioni Nuovi Strumenti (1976). First edition. 4to. [80 pp]. Light smudges to covers, else near fine in printed wrappers. Letters to artists of the past- from Old Masters to early 20th C. innovators opposite b&w reproductions of their works. The volume concludes with translations of the original Italian letters into English, French, and German.
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    CHESLER, Michael.
    $35.00
    (np): (np) 1980. First edition. [60 pp]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Reproductions of contact strips with the addition of holograph texts. SIGNED by Chesler inside the rear cover.
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    COURTNEY, Cathy.
    $25.00
    Los Altos Hills: Anderson-Lovelace Publishers (1999). First edition. Small 4to. ix + 241 pp w/index. Faint sunning to front panel, neat previous owner’s name to first leaf, else near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Ron King, Ian Tyson, Telfer Stokes, Kathy Walkup, Helen Douglas, Johanna Drucker, Susan Johanknecht, and many others.
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    CUTTS, Simon and Karl Torok.
    $75.00
    London: Coracle, 1975. First edition. [40 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers and near fine printed dust jacket. Text by Cutts with tipped-on illustrations by Torok. One of 200 (of 250) numbered copies.
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    CUTTS, Simon.
    $20.00
    Coracle (2010). First edition. [4 pp]. Fine in sewn wrappers and fine integral dust jacket.
  • D’AMBROSIO, Joseph J.
    $1,000.00
    [Sherman Oaks]: D’Ambrosio, 1986. First edition. 57 pp. Fine in elaborate binding and publisher’s clamshell box with printed spine label. One of 50 numbered copies largely on Mouette handmade paper SIGNED by D’Ambrosio. Additionally INSCRIBED by Stuart, “for David / with appreciation / Gloria Stuart” and by D’Ambrosio,. “To David - with best wishes - / Joe D’Ambrosio / ‘88.”
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    DAM, Karin Van.
    $25.00
    Utrecht: Karin Van Dam, 1999. First edition. [36 pp]. Fine in decorated boards. No dust jacket, as issued.
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    DE JESUS, Veronica.
    $35.00
    (np): All One Co [c 2007]. First edition. [118 pp]. Very near fine in spiral-bound wrappers. Concluding essay, “Hello-Now, From Every Where” by Colter Jacobsen.
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    DOWLING, Terrence.
    $20.00
    (np): (np) (nd). First edition. [12 pp]. Very good plus in stapled wrappers. Photos and collages, in part concerned with Rimbaud.
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    DUSENBERY, Walter.
    $35.00
    [San Francisco]: Natoma Society, 1970. First edition. Square 16mo. [32 pp]. Fine in printed wrappers. Illustrated with photographs of a fully made-up bed in unlikely places around San Francisco. Printed by Graham Mackintosh. Precedes THE RED COUCH by fifteen years. Johnston A50.
  • FESSLER, A.H.
    $125.00
    Baltimore & Washington DC: Ann Fessler with the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1991. First edition. [20 pp]. Fine in full cloth with inset printed cover label. No dust jacket, as issued. SIGNED by Fessler on the half-title page. A quotation on the highest values of art from H.W. Janson’s HISTORY OF ART, juxtaposed with images from “Rape of the Sabine Women.”
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    FINLAY, Alec.
    $35.00
    Edinburgh: Morning Star Publications (nd). First edition. 32 pp w/notes. Fine in printed wrappers. A variety of “customs” stamps, by a variety of artists including Donald Evans, Lawrence Wiener, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Thomas A. Clark, and many others. One of 750 copies.
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    FLYNT, Robert.
    $35.00
    (np): (np) (2001). First edition. [102 pp]. Fine in printed wrappers. One of 1000 copies. Full-size, full-color reproductions of chromogenic photographs created between 1997 and 2001. SIGNED by Flynt on the title page.
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    GORDON, Bonnie.
    $150.00
    Rochester: Visual Studies Workshop Press (1982). First edition. 48 pp. Near fine in illustrated wrappers. SIGNED by Gordon on the title page. Halftone photographs and text combined and stretched.
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    GOTTLIEB, Michael.
    $35.00
    NY: Case Books (1980). First edition. 4to. [18 pp]. Uneven sunning to front cover, else near fine in side-stapled wrappers.
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    GREER, John.
    $25.00
    [Toronto: Coach House, 1980]. First edition. [42 pp]. Small corner-crease to lower corner of front cover, else fine in illustrated wrappers, tap-bound along the top edge. A juxtoposing of text and photographic images, printed on semi-translucent “onion skin” pages.
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    GRIFFITHS, Julia.
    $45.00
    London: Julia Griffiths [c 1982]. First edition. [32 pp]. Near fine in stapled wrappers. Reproductions of drawings, most of which have been hand-colored or enhanced with pasted-on collage elements. One of 108 numbered copies.
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    HOCQUARD, Emmanuel and Juliette Valéry.
    $50.00
    Marseille: centre international de poésie Marseille (1996). First edition. 30 + xx pp. Fine in printed wrappers. Laid in is a holograph card from Hocquard and Valéry presenting this volume.
  • HUSKEY, Trevor.
    $35.00
    Waukesha: Trevor Huskey (2017). First edition. [16 pp]. Fine in stapled wrappers. One of 40 numbered copies SIGNED by Huskey. Seven poems and an equal number of color and black and white photo works.
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    IMBODEN, Clint.
    $45.00
    (np): (np) (2001). First edition. [98 pp]. Small bump to base of spine, else near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. One of 220 numbered copies SIGNED by Imboden.
  • JASCHKE, Gerhard.
    $40.00
    Wien: Das Fröhliche Wohn-Zimmer-Edition (2002). First edition. 16mo. [66 pp]. Near fine in printed wrappers. Dated (Wien, 10,6,2002) and INSCRIBED by Jaschke to Anne and Jackson Mac Low, “für / Anne & Jackson / herzlichst / vom / Gerhard.”
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    JOHNSTON, Alastair.
    $75.00
    Berkeley: Poltroon Press, 1975. First edition. Oblong 16mo. [36 pp]. Light stain to top edge of last (unprinted) leaf, else near fine in sewn wrappers. One of 200 copies. Selected header words from HEATH’S GERMAN DICTIONARY (London, 1906).
  • KAPLAN, Dori.
    $45.00
    NY: Nadada Editions, 1972. First edition. Square 48mo. Very near fine in illustrated wrappers. Five photographs by Kaplan with text by Gardien Angelico. One of 550 (of 600 copies). A possible Ruscha homage/parody candidate. OCLC locates 3 copies.
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    KATZ, Babette.
    $35.00
    Rocheter: Visual Studies Workshop Press (1988). First edition. [40 pp]. Very near fine in stapled wrappers.
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    KATZ, Babette.
    $35.00
    Rocheter: Visual Studies Workshop Press (1988). First edition. [64 pp]. Fine in illustrated wrappers. Textless artists’ books composed of black linocuts of small figures engaged in various solo and group activities.
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    KETELHODT, Ines V.
    $150.00
    Offenbach/Main: (np) (1987). First edition. [57 pp]. Fine in wrappers and near fine glassine dust jacket. Interesting use of opaque and semi-opaque papers in presenting Ketelhodt’s text and photographic work on the subject of several German museums. One of 70 numbered copies SIGNED by Ketelhodt.
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    KOETSIER, Hans.
    $25.00
    Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Bert Bakker, 1976. First edition. [42 pp]. Near fine in illustrated boards. No dust jacket. Text entirely in Dutch. One of 1000 copies.