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New York: Harry Abrams, 1969. First edition. Cloth. Tall clothbound quarto in dustwrapper. 94 pp of illustrations and text followed by the catalogue raisonne details of the artist's sketches. A sound very good copy in beige cloth binding in a lightly used very good dustwrapper. Large and heavy volume. Quite lovely.
Paris: Flammarion, 1991. First edition. Cloth. Massive folio size clothbound volume in dustwrapper. 575 pp. Monograph on the artist illustrated with nearly 600 works. Text by Bonnefoy which has been translated into English by Jean Stewart. If you want just one book on Giacometti, this is the one you need...
Philadelphia and New Haven: Philadelphia Museum of Art and Yale University Press, 2002. First edition. Cloth. Oversized clothbound quarto in dustwrapper. 351 pp. Massive and impressively produced monograph on the artist with essays by Ann Temkin and Richard Sfiff with assists by Suzanne Penn and Melissa Ho. Beautifully illustrated in...
New York: New Wilderness Foundation, 1982. First edition. Paperback. Tabloid newsprint format. Elephant folio. A magazine devoted to new music and literature. This copy not folded. A near fine example. 20 pp. Includes reviews, articles, photographs and more including an interview with La Monte Young and Marion Zazeela.
New York: George Avakian, 1959. First edition. Loose Sheets. Large square stapled wrappers. Loose sheets laid into thick printed paper covers which themselves can be removed and opened up into a large poster format. Includes musical notations, photographs, as well as descriptive texts. A clean near fine example.
Catania: Verticalismo, 1982. First edition. Paperback. Very tall stapled illustrated wrappers. Issue number 21 / 22 of this magazine devoted to Italian and other European forms of mail art. Text varies with some in Italian, English, German and French. 28 numbered pages plus several loose sheets laid in. A good to very good copy.