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Arthur Fournier Fine & Rare

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Based in Brooklyn, NY, Fournier Fine & Rare is an independent dealer of prints, photographs, books, serials, manuscripts, and archives in all fields and genres. The firm specializes in primary source materials related to the transformative cultural movements of the late 20th century, modern conflicts, disruptive technologies, music and the visual arts.

Mr. Fournier is a member of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA) and International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB). He participates regularly in conferences hosted by the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section (RBMS) of the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) and the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA). He is a qualified appraiser of fine prints, photographs, rare books, ephemera, and manuscripts who works in accordance with 2021-22 USPAP guidelines.

Open by appointment only, during COVID-19 Fournier Fine & Rare is happy to make curbside deliveries of purchases in New York City, and can arrange shipment at the customer’s request, worldwide.

Contact: Arthur Fournier, Owner
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International Student Strike. April 26, 1968
Art Wood

Illustrated poster, silkscreen in red and black on thin cardstock
Approx.19.25 x 25 in.
Edition size: Unknown
$1250

Condition and provenance notes: Excellent impression of the rare poster printed less than three weeks after King’s assassination. Very good overall, with handling marks and pin holes at the corners.

Publisher info: [Providence, R.I.] Art Wood

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Convoca Secc. 271 Las Truchas Sindicato Minero. II Encuentro Sindical Nacional
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] artist unknown, [ca. 1977-79]

Illustrated poster, screen printed in red and black on commercial stock
Approx. 19.5" x 15.5"
Edition size: Unknown
$600

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, with old central folds. A bold graphic produced to advertise a meeting of the striking steelworkers of Las Truchas in Ciudad Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán. From a private collection in Mexico City.

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Día Internacional de la Mujer [International Day of the Woman] : 55 Aniversario
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Quevedo, Mercedes, [1965]

Illustrated poster, linoleum print in pale yellow and black on tan paper
Approx. 31.5" x 23.75"
Edition size: Unknown
$1800

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, old central folds from previous storage, otherwise well-preserved with only minor handling marks. Quevedo is a noted Mexican American feminist artist.

Publisher info: Unión Nacional de Mujeres Mexicanas

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Yes on 14! Guarantee Farmworker Elections
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] RCAF Colectiva, [1976]

Illustrated poster, printed in green, brown and red on commercial stock.
Approx.18" x 24"
Edition size: Unknown

Condition and provenance notes: Near fine produced for Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers campaign to pass Proposition 14 in California, an historic work of legislation guaranteeing migrant farm workers the right to vote on labor contracts.

Published by Sacramento, Calif.: COPA/RCAF

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Fiesta de Colores
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Orosco, Juanishi, [1978]

Illustrated poster, silkscreen in vibrant colors on white commercial stock
Approx. 18" x 24"
Edition size: Unknown

Condition and provenance notes: An unusual and eye-catching design celebrating the Chicano culture of Southern California

Published by RCAF (Royal Chicano Air Force)

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Cuentos de Todos Colores Vol. I and Vol. II
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Dr. Atl [Gerardo Murillo Cornado], 1933, 1936

Both books with the ultra-limited edition, vibrantly colored pochoir covers hand-stenciled by the artist
Dimension: Two volumes, 8vo
Fewer than 100 copies were produced of each

Condition and provenance notes: First edition, first state copies of Dr. Atl’s visionary tales of the Mexican Revolution, rarely found in such good condition.

Published by [Mexico, D.F.]: Ediciones Botas

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“Los Chinelos” Carpeta de 11 Linoleos
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Sanchez Santamaria, Sergio ; F Ruben Montero Soto, [2003]

Eleven linoleum block prints in the style of the Taller Gráfica Popular.
1 portfolio ([3] leaves, 11 unnumbered leaves of plates) : chiefly illustrations ; 12.5"
Limited edition of 100 copies, each plate is signed and numbered by the artist
$950

Condition and provenance notes: An uncirculated copy of the work acquired from a source in Mexico City who is friends with the artist.

Published by Librería México y lo Mexicano

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“Los Chinelos” Carpeta de 11 Linoleos
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Sanchez Santamaria, Sergio ; F Ruben Montero Soto, [2003]

Eleven linoleum block prints in the style of the Taller Gráfica Popular.
1 portfolio ([3] leaves, 11 unnumbered leaves of plates) : chiefly illustrations ; 12.5"
Limited edition of 100 copies, each plate is signed and numbered by the artist
$950

Condition and provenance notes: An uncirculated copy of the work acquired from a source in Mexico City who is friends with the artist.

Published by Librería México y lo Mexicano

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Philadelphia Negro Artists 1967
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] artist unknown, 1967

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in brown ink on thin blue commercial stock.
Approx. 18 x 12 in.
Edition size: Unknown
$900

Condition and provenance notes: Tiny nicks and a little toning to one small spot on the left margin, else near fine. Advertises an exhibition of art at the Lee Cultural Center in February and March, 1967.

Published by American Exhibiting Artists and Philadelphia Department of Recreation

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Dr. Joseph Charles Price, 1854-1893. First President of Livingstone College, Salisbury, N.C., (1882-93)
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] Price, Joseph Charles, 1921

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in monochrome on thick beige stock.
Approx. 28" x 17"
Edition size: Unknown
$1800

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, with spare handling marks and a few closed tears (less than 1 in.) at lower margin. A strikingly well-preserved example.

Published by National Child Welfare Association Inc.

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Blood, People, Land
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] artist unknown, [1974]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in red, green, and black on commercial stock
Approx. 29 1/4" x 23"
Edition size: Unknown
$650

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, with minimal handling marks. A classic design in the universal colors of Afrocentrism

Published by 2La Puente, CA: Monarch Publications

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African Art as Philosophy
[EXHIBITION POSTER] designer unknown, [1974]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in green and black inks on commercial stock
Approx. 23" x 17"
Edition size: Unknown
$650

Condition and provenance notes: Very good to near fine. Original poster for the groundbreaking exhibition

Published by Institute for the Arts, Rice Museum, Houston, Texas

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Culture Contains the Seed of Opposition Becoming the Flower of Liberation, Amilcar Cabral
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] Kirkpatrick, Garland [a.k.a. Helvetica Jones] ; Jade Jewett; Bony Toruño, [1996]

Illustrated poster, screen printed in red and black on thick white paper stock
36" x 24"
Edition size: Unknown
$500

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, to near fine. Text is paired with an abstract image of a clenched fist.

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Yes on 14! Guarantee Farmworker Elections
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] RCAF Colectiva, N.d. [1976]

Illustrated poster, printed in green, brown and red on commercial stock.
Approx.18" x 24"
Edition size: Unknown
$1200

Condition and provenance notes: Near fine produced for Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers campaign to pass Proposition 14 in California, an historic work of legislation guaranteeing migrant farm workers the right to vote on labor contracts.

Published by COPA/RCAF, Sacramento, Calif.

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Prime Minister of Colonized Afro-America
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] Douglas, Emory, [September 1968]

Illustrated poster printed in monochrome on white commercial stock
Approx. 22.5" x 17.5" (here trimmed to 19.75" x 15.75")
Edition size: Unknown
$850

Condition and provenance notes: Apparently trimmed at the margins, yet still a good copy of Douglas’ rare portrait of Stokely Carmichael holding a gun, with his quotation: "We Must Have Undying Love For Our People."

Published by [Oakland, CA]: [Black Panther Party]

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“In Our Spectacular Society Where All You Can See…”
[SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONL] Bertrand, Andre, [1968]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in monochrome on commercial stock.
Approx. 19.5" x 13.4"
Edition size: Unknown
$750

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall. A rare copy of Bertrand’s posters with the unsigned text by Raoul Vaneigem translated into English. This example from a noted member of the Situationist International and King Mob.

Published by L'Internationale Situationniste (I.S.)

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“In Our Spectacular Society Where All You Can See…”
[SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONL] Bertrand, Andre, [1968]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in monochrome on commercial stock.
Approx. 19.5" x 13.4"
Edition size: Unknown
$750

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall. A rare copy of Bertrand’s posters with the unsigned text by Raoul Vaneigem translated into English. This example from a noted member of the Situationist International and King Mob.

Published by L'Internationale Situationniste (I.S.)

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Collection of six posters, ca. 1968, for the Italian Communist Party
GAL (Gino Galli), [1968]

Illustrated posters, lithographically printed in red and black on semi gloss translucent commercial stock
Approx. 27.5" x 13"
Edition size: Unknown
$1800

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, to near fine. Original posters from the student protests of 1968. This lot acquired from a private collection in California.

Published by Fratelli Spada for Partito Comunista Italiano

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Collection of six posters, ca. 1968, for the Italian Communist Party
GAL (Gino Galli), [1968]

Illustrated posters, lithographically printed in red and black on semi gloss translucent commercial stock
Approx. 27.5" x 13"
Edition size: Unknown
$1800

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, to near fine. Original posters from the student protests of 1968. This lot acquired from a private collection in California.

Published by Fratelli Spada for Partito Comunista Italiano

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Einstein on the Beach, an Opera in 4 Acts
Landry, Dickie, [1976]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in monochrome on commercial stock
Approx. 36" x 24.75"
Edition size: Unknown
$1200

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, to near fine. Original poster for the opera composed by Philip Glass and directed by theatrical producer Robert Wilson. This example acquired from Dickie Landry, whose photograph occupies the lower right corner of the design

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Album de Gouaches [unreleased publication]
Jean Dubuffet

Typed letter, signed by Dubuffet accompanied by ca. 32 leaves of additional manuscript materials, typescripts, and hand annotated mimeograph correspondence and production notes from Sewell Sillman, Arnold Glimcher, and the office of Jean Dubuffet. Includes original documents and their French-English translations ; seven (7) silver gelatin photographic page proofs showing monochromatic gouaches by Dubuffet (images ca. 4 x 6 in. to 6 x 8 in. ; one printed on 11 x 14 in. photo paper) ; six (6) negative transparencies showing monochromatic gouaches by Dubuffet (ca. 8 x 10 in. each)

Approx. 11" x 14" and smaller
Edition size: Unique
$1500

Condition and provenance notes: A fascinating set of archival materials documenting the apparently unresolved interchange between publisher Sewell Sillman, artist Jean Dubuffet, and his gallerists Pierre Matisse and Arnold Glimcher concerning the reproduction of 50 images from 1943-1974

Published by Ives-Sillman

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Five limited-edition silk screened books from Appearances Press
Artists: Daze, Crash, Betty Tompkins, Darrel Ellis, Christof Kohlhöfer & Marilyn Minter, 1986

Letterpress and silkscreen on fine paper
Approx. 10" x 8.25" 
Edition of 100 copies each, signed and numbered by the artists
$4500

Condition and provenance notes: All five of the sought-after silkscreen books issued by Appearances Press in 1986, representing some of the era’s most notable artists. Signed copies of the works by Daze and Crash are especially rare.

Published by Lower Eastside Printshop for Appearances Press

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Richard Prince 1234: Instagram Recordings Complete Set, Vols. 1-12
Girard, Sebastien, [2019]

Twelve chronological books of 48 pages (Vol.1 to Vol.12) depicting an unauthorized recording of the last 2 years of Richard Prince’s controversial Instagram account, which the artist used as a visual diary : 2664 posts printed over 560 pages. Square folio.
Approx. 13" x 13 x 5"
Edition liimited to 150 copies
$750

Condition and provenance notes: Acquired from Girard at the NY Art Book Fair in 2019

Published by the artist

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International Student Strike. April 26, 1968
Art Wood

Illustrated poster, silkscreen in red and black on thin cardstock
Approx.19.25 x 25 in.
Edition size: Unknown
$1250

Condition and provenance notes: Excellent impression of the rare poster printed less than three weeks after King’s assassination. Very good overall, with handling marks and pin holes at the corners.

Publisher info: [Providence, R.I.] Art Wood

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Convoca Secc. 271 Las Truchas Sindicato Minero. II Encuentro Sindical Nacional
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] artist unknown, [ca. 1977-79]

Illustrated poster, screen printed in red and black on commercial stock
Approx. 19.5" x 15.5"
Edition size: Unknown
$600

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, with old central folds. A bold graphic produced to advertise a meeting of the striking steelworkers of Las Truchas in Ciudad Lázaro Cárdenas, Michoacán. From a private collection in Mexico City.

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Día Internacional de la Mujer [International Day of the Woman] : 55 Aniversario
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Quevedo, Mercedes, [1965]

Illustrated poster, linoleum print in pale yellow and black on tan paper
Approx. 31.5" x 23.75"
Edition size: Unknown
$1800

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, old central folds from previous storage, otherwise well-preserved with only minor handling marks. Quevedo is a noted Mexican American feminist artist.

Publisher info: Unión Nacional de Mujeres Mexicanas

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Yes on 14! Guarantee Farmworker Elections
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] RCAF Colectiva, [1976]

Illustrated poster, printed in green, brown and red on commercial stock.
Approx.18" x 24"
Edition size: Unknown

Condition and provenance notes: Near fine produced for Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers campaign to pass Proposition 14 in California, an historic work of legislation guaranteeing migrant farm workers the right to vote on labor contracts.

Published by Sacramento, Calif.: COPA/RCAF

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Fiesta de Colores
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Orosco, Juanishi, [1978]

Illustrated poster, silkscreen in vibrant colors on white commercial stock
Approx. 18" x 24"
Edition size: Unknown

Condition and provenance notes: An unusual and eye-catching design celebrating the Chicano culture of Southern California

Published by RCAF (Royal Chicano Air Force)

SOLD

Cuentos de Todos Colores Vol. I and Vol. II
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Dr. Atl [Gerardo Murillo Cornado], 1933, 1936

Both books with the ultra-limited edition, vibrantly colored pochoir covers hand-stenciled by the artist
Dimension: Two volumes, 8vo
Fewer than 100 copies were produced of each

Condition and provenance notes: First edition, first state copies of Dr. Atl’s visionary tales of the Mexican Revolution, rarely found in such good condition.

Published by [Mexico, D.F.]: Ediciones Botas

SOLD

“Los Chinelos” Carpeta de 11 Linoleos
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Sanchez Santamaria, Sergio ; F Ruben Montero Soto, [2003]

Eleven linoleum block prints in the style of the Taller Gráfica Popular.
1 portfolio ([3] leaves, 11 unnumbered leaves of plates) : chiefly illustrations ; 12.5"
Limited edition of 100 copies, each plate is signed and numbered by the artist
$950

Condition and provenance notes: An uncirculated copy of the work acquired from a source in Mexico City who is friends with the artist.

Published by Librería México y lo Mexicano

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“Los Chinelos” Carpeta de 11 Linoleos
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] Sanchez Santamaria, Sergio ; F Ruben Montero Soto, [2003]

Eleven linoleum block prints in the style of the Taller Gráfica Popular.
1 portfolio ([3] leaves, 11 unnumbered leaves of plates) : chiefly illustrations ; 12.5"
Limited edition of 100 copies, each plate is signed and numbered by the artist
$950

Condition and provenance notes: An uncirculated copy of the work acquired from a source in Mexico City who is friends with the artist.

Published by Librería México y lo Mexicano

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Philadelphia Negro Artists 1967
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] artist unknown, 1967

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in brown ink on thin blue commercial stock.
Approx. 18 x 12 in.
Edition size: Unknown
$900

Condition and provenance notes: Tiny nicks and a little toning to one small spot on the left margin, else near fine. Advertises an exhibition of art at the Lee Cultural Center in February and March, 1967.

Published by American Exhibiting Artists and Philadelphia Department of Recreation

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Dr. Joseph Charles Price, 1854-1893. First President of Livingstone College, Salisbury, N.C., (1882-93)
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] Price, Joseph Charles, 1921

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in monochrome on thick beige stock.
Approx. 28" x 17"
Edition size: Unknown
$1800

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, with spare handling marks and a few closed tears (less than 1 in.) at lower margin. A strikingly well-preserved example.

Published by National Child Welfare Association Inc.

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Blood, People, Land
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] artist unknown, [1974]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in red, green, and black on commercial stock
Approx. 29 1/4" x 23"
Edition size: Unknown
$650

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, with minimal handling marks. A classic design in the universal colors of Afrocentrism

Published by 2La Puente, CA: Monarch Publications

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African Art as Philosophy
[EXHIBITION POSTER] designer unknown, [1974]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in green and black inks on commercial stock
Approx. 23" x 17"
Edition size: Unknown
$650

Condition and provenance notes: Very good to near fine. Original poster for the groundbreaking exhibition

Published by Institute for the Arts, Rice Museum, Houston, Texas

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Culture Contains the Seed of Opposition Becoming the Flower of Liberation, Amilcar Cabral
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] Kirkpatrick, Garland [a.k.a. Helvetica Jones] ; Jade Jewett; Bony Toruño, [1996]

Illustrated poster, screen printed in red and black on thick white paper stock
36" x 24"
Edition size: Unknown
$500

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, to near fine. Text is paired with an abstract image of a clenched fist.

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Yes on 14! Guarantee Farmworker Elections
[MEXICO - MEXICAN AMERICANS] RCAF Colectiva, N.d. [1976]

Illustrated poster, printed in green, brown and red on commercial stock.
Approx.18" x 24"
Edition size: Unknown
$1200

Condition and provenance notes: Near fine produced for Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers campaign to pass Proposition 14 in California, an historic work of legislation guaranteeing migrant farm workers the right to vote on labor contracts.

Published by COPA/RCAF, Sacramento, Calif.

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Prime Minister of Colonized Afro-America
[AFRICAN AMERICANA] Douglas, Emory, [September 1968]

Illustrated poster printed in monochrome on white commercial stock
Approx. 22.5" x 17.5" (here trimmed to 19.75" x 15.75")
Edition size: Unknown
$850

Condition and provenance notes: Apparently trimmed at the margins, yet still a good copy of Douglas’ rare portrait of Stokely Carmichael holding a gun, with his quotation: "We Must Have Undying Love For Our People."

Published by [Oakland, CA]: [Black Panther Party]

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“In Our Spectacular Society Where All You Can See…”
[SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONL] Bertrand, Andre, [1968]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in monochrome on commercial stock.
Approx. 19.5" x 13.4"
Edition size: Unknown
$750

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall. A rare copy of Bertrand’s posters with the unsigned text by Raoul Vaneigem translated into English. This example from a noted member of the Situationist International and King Mob.

Published by L'Internationale Situationniste (I.S.)

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“In Our Spectacular Society Where All You Can See…”
[SITUATIONIST INTERNATIONL] Bertrand, Andre, [1968]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in monochrome on commercial stock.
Approx. 19.5" x 13.4"
Edition size: Unknown
$750

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall. A rare copy of Bertrand’s posters with the unsigned text by Raoul Vaneigem translated into English. This example from a noted member of the Situationist International and King Mob.

Published by L'Internationale Situationniste (I.S.)

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Collection of six posters, ca. 1968, for the Italian Communist Party
GAL (Gino Galli), [1968]

Illustrated posters, lithographically printed in red and black on semi gloss translucent commercial stock
Approx. 27.5" x 13"
Edition size: Unknown
$1800

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, to near fine. Original posters from the student protests of 1968. This lot acquired from a private collection in California.

Published by Fratelli Spada for Partito Comunista Italiano

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Collection of six posters, ca. 1968, for the Italian Communist Party
GAL (Gino Galli), [1968]

Illustrated posters, lithographically printed in red and black on semi gloss translucent commercial stock
Approx. 27.5" x 13"
Edition size: Unknown
$1800

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, to near fine. Original posters from the student protests of 1968. This lot acquired from a private collection in California.

Published by Fratelli Spada for Partito Comunista Italiano

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Einstein on the Beach, an Opera in 4 Acts
Landry, Dickie, [1976]

Illustrated poster, lithographically printed in monochrome on commercial stock
Approx. 36" x 24.75"
Edition size: Unknown
$1200

Condition and provenance notes: Very good overall, to near fine. Original poster for the opera composed by Philip Glass and directed by theatrical producer Robert Wilson. This example acquired from Dickie Landry, whose photograph occupies the lower right corner of the design

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Album de Gouaches [unreleased publication]
Jean Dubuffet

Typed letter, signed by Dubuffet accompanied by ca. 32 leaves of additional manuscript materials, typescripts, and hand annotated mimeograph correspondence and production notes from Sewell Sillman, Arnold Glimcher, and the office of Jean Dubuffet. Includes original documents and their French-English translations ; seven (7) silver gelatin photographic page proofs showing monochromatic gouaches by Dubuffet (images ca. 4 x 6 in. to 6 x 8 in. ; one printed on 11 x 14 in. photo paper) ; six (6) negative transparencies showing monochromatic gouaches by Dubuffet (ca. 8 x 10 in. each)

Approx. 11" x 14" and smaller
Edition size: Unique
$1500

Condition and provenance notes: A fascinating set of archival materials documenting the apparently unresolved interchange between publisher Sewell Sillman, artist Jean Dubuffet, and his gallerists Pierre Matisse and Arnold Glimcher concerning the reproduction of 50 images from 1943-1974

Published by Ives-Sillman

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Five limited-edition silk screened books from Appearances Press
Artists: Daze, Crash, Betty Tompkins, Darrel Ellis, Christof Kohlhöfer & Marilyn Minter, 1986

Letterpress and silkscreen on fine paper
Approx. 10" x 8.25" 
Edition of 100 copies each, signed and numbered by the artists
$4500

Condition and provenance notes: All five of the sought-after silkscreen books issued by Appearances Press in 1986, representing some of the era’s most notable artists. Signed copies of the works by Daze and Crash are especially rare.

Published by Lower Eastside Printshop for Appearances Press

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Richard Prince 1234: Instagram Recordings Complete Set, Vols. 1-12
Girard, Sebastien, [2019]

Twelve chronological books of 48 pages (Vol.1 to Vol.12) depicting an unauthorized recording of the last 2 years of Richard Prince’s controversial Instagram account, which the artist used as a visual diary : 2664 posts printed over 560 pages. Square folio.
Approx. 13" x 13 x 5"
Edition liimited to 150 copies
$750

Condition and provenance notes: Acquired from Girard at the NY Art Book Fair in 2019

Published by the artist

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