Cambridge: Exact Change, 1990. First edition thus. Paperback. Wide trade paperbound book. 52 pp. A group of poems first written in 1930 in collaboration between these three French Surrealists. This copy has some foxing to page edges, but is in overall very good condition. Uncommon edition. Translated by Keith Waldrop.
Dada and Surrealism
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Torino: Galleria Galatea, 1970. First edition. Paperback. Tall, stiff bound wrappers. An unpaginated catalog from a 1970 exhibition of Bacon's works in Torino, Italy. Text in Italian by Tommaso Chiaretti. Seven color and one black and white plate. Bookplate of Elaine Graham Weitzen afixed to the title page, else a....
London: Toni Del Renzio, 1942. First Edition. Paperback. Scarce one shot surrealist magazine. Better than very good in wrappers with light wear and small chips to perimeter. Includes an interview with Andre Breton.
France: Cheval D'Attaque, 1969. First Edition. Paperback. Issue number one of this uncommon French avante garde magazine featuring works by Breton, Chopin, Pelieu, Andre Martel, Marcel Bealu, Andre Coyne, Michel Fournier and many others. Near fine in decorated stapled wrappers.
Paris: Editions Des Cahiers Libres, 1933. First Edition. Paperback. Issue number 5 of this important document on Surrealism. Contributions by Breton, Marcel Duchamp, Paul Eluard, Salvador Dali, Alberto Giacometti, Benjamin Peret and more. A lovely near fine example in bound wrappers. A fragile production.
Miami Beach: Grassfield Press, 1991. First edition. Cloth. Clothbound quarto in dustwrapper. 128 pp. Illustrated in black and white. Texts by Francis M. Naumann, Dickran Tashjian, Robert L. Pincus and others. A study of Marcel Duchamp's prescence on the West Coast. A sharp clean very good copy in dustwrapper.
New York: George Braziller, 1977. First Edition. Paperback. First edition. A near fine copy in tall bound wrappers. One of the better monographs of the great artist. 127 pp.
Geneva: Galerie Krugler & Cie, 1966. First edition. Paperback. 4to. Thick illustrated paper folder containing 16 loose pp of illustrations of Delvaux with two pages of text in English by Jean Dypreau. Light cover wear. A very good example. Published on the occasion of an exhibition in 1966 in Switzerland.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1973. First Edition. Paperback. First edition. Exhibition catalog with text by Anne d'Harnoncourt. 40 pp. A very good copy in glossy decorated stapled wrappers with one short closed tear.
New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1957. First Edition. Paperback. Clean very good copy of this exhibition catalog featuring the works, separately and together of Duchamp and Villon. Foreword by James Johnson Sweeney.
Basel: Galerie Beyeler, 1974. First edition. Paperback. Tall, wide quarto. Text in French and German. A catalogue of the 1974 exhibition at Galerie Beyeler. Brilliant color illustrations. A very good copy in printed acetate wrapper with a large piece of the acetate torn away from the rear cover.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1968. First edition. Cloth. Large quarto. With 172 illustrations of which 80 are in full color. With text in English by Isabella Far. A superb monograph on the surrealist artist with lavish color illustrations. This copy nicely INSCRIBED by the artist and quite scarce thus...
New York: View Editions, 1945. First Edition. Paperback. First edition. One of 1,500 unnumbered copies. Surrealist poems accompany reproductions of artworks by Duchamp, Fini etc. One and one half inch tear at top of spine, else a clean very good example. Slender 4to. Small stains to lower edges of pages.
New York: View, Inc., 1943. First Edition. Paperback. Series III, Number 2 1943 issue of this magazine of surrealism edited by Charles Henri Ford. In near fine condition. This issue features Philip Lamantia, E. E. Cummings, Kenneth Burke, Benjamin Peret among others. Illustrated insert laid in.
New York: View, Inc., 1944. First Edition. Paperback. Series IV, Number Four, December 1944 issue of this surrealist magazine edited by Charles Henri Ford. A beautiful near fine example. Features work by Man Ray, Giorgio Di Chirico, Kurt Seligmann, Andre Breton and others. Stunning copy.
New York: View, Inc., 1943. First Edition. Paperback. Series III, Number 1 1943 issue of this magazine of surrealism edited by Charles Henri Ford. In near fine condition. This issue features cover by Kurt Seligmann plus contributions by Man Ray, Henry Miller, Harold Rosenberg and more. Beautiful copy.
New York: View, Inc., 1946. First Edition. Paperback. February 1946 isue of this magazine championing the art movement known as surrealism. This issue contains contributions by Peter Lindamood, Carlo Levi, Alberto Moravia and others. Very good plus condition. Cover art by Leonor Fini.
New York: View, Inc., 1943. First Edition. Paperback. Series III, Number 4 December 1943 issue of this magazine of surrealism edited by Charles Henri Ford. In very good condition. Faint pencil erasure marks to first page. This issue features Nicolas Calas, Joe Massey, Clay Perry, Charles Glenn Wallis and Raymond Roussel among others.
Paris: Galerie 1900 - 2000, 1989. First edition. Paperback. Wide paperbound quarto. 94 pp. Text in French by Edouard Jaguer. Very good condition in glossy bound wrappers. Illustrated in color and black and white. Featuring many of the artist's patented jewel boxes.
New York: Gallery of Modern Art, 1964. First edition. Paperback. Oblong paperbound quarto. 69 pp. Illustrated in b/w. Essay by Lincoln Kierstein on this surrealist painter. A clean very good copy in delicate cello wrapper.
New York: Marisa del Re Gallery, Inc., 1981. First edition. Paperback. Large quarto. 104 pp. Text by Carmine Benincasa and Cleto Polcina. Spectacular full page color plates. Scarce booklet of text laid in. A notoriously fragile book whose binding cracks and disappears with even minor handling, this copy in exemplary...
New York: Grossman Publishers, 1970. First U.S. Edition. Paperback. First US edition of this short scholarly work on the influence of Duchamp's art. Translated by Donald Gardner. A very good copy in glossy decorated wrappers.
Paris: Rene Julliard, 1958. First Edition. Paperback. Fine first edition in French of this work on Dada artists such as Man Ray and Tristan Tzara. Fine decorated glossy dustwrapper. This copy nicely INSCRIBED in French to Rene Julliard, the publisher. Ribemont-Dessaignes was the author of the first major monograph on...
Amsterdam and Rotterdam: Stedelijk Museum and Nai Publishers, 2000. First edition. Hardcover. Large 8vo. Text and contributions in English by Rudi Fuchs, Hans Arp, Trustan Tzara, Gunda Luyken and others. 216 pp. Illustrated in color and black and white. A clean very good hardbound book in very good dustwrapper.
France: Le Comite de l'Aasociation Abstraction Creation, 1934. First edition. Paperback. Third issue (of four) of this magazine devoted to abstract art. Text in French. Soiling to covers and wear to lower spine area. A very good copy of one of the scarcer issues of this magazine. Containing a who's...