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Edice Situace [Situations], nos. 1-15 (all published). In the scarce original printed cloth-covered case
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Edice Situace [Situations], nos. 1-15 (all published). In the scarce original printed cloth-covered case

[Prague]: Jazzová sekce (Jazz Section), 1979-1983. Quartos (30 × 21 cm). Original staple-stitched wrappers; 19, [1] pp. each. In the original printed white cloth case. Numerous black-and-white reproductions per issue, printed on better quality stock. A very good set. Very light wear and discoloration to case. The complete run of these fifteen catalogs of unofficial, conceptual Czechoslovak art from the Normalization era, semi-legally printed by the Jazz Section, an organization of jazz musicians that legally operated within the Czechoslovak Musicians' Union and thereby gained the right to publish bulletins for supposedly private use by its members. Until its forced closure in 1986, the Jazz Section operated in a legal "gray zone": it thus played an important part in counteracting strict Normalization cultural policies by publishing material related not only to music, but also unofficial art and theater. For more on the Jazz Section, see 'Social Currents in Eastern Europe,' pp. 128. The head of the Jazz Section, Karel Srp, served as editor of the present series and wrote the short introductions to the catalogs. Each issue features numerous full-page photographic reproductions showing artworks, happenings, performances, as well as original text, biographical information, and lists of exhibitions. The artists covered are, in order of publication: Adriena Šimotová, Karel Miler, Jitka Svobodová, Milan Grygar, Emila Medková, Stanislav Kolíbal, Jan Svoboda, Eva Kmentová, Libor Fára, Václav Boštík, Petr Štembera, Karel Malich, Dalibor Chatrný, Hugo Demartini, Vladimír Janoušek. Overall design by Joska Skalník. Working in a range of media, from wire sculptures to performance art and happenings, many of them worked in obscurity during the 1970-80s, but have since emerged to greater acclaim. Complete sets are scarce and we have not previously encountered the original slipcase. As of November 2019, KVK and OCLC show only three complete runs. The Czech National Library only holds three of the fifteen catalogs. Complete list of contents: 1. Adriena Šimotová. Koláže Objekty Kresby. 2. Karel Miler. Možnosti. 3. Jitka Svobodová. Kresby Objekty. 4. Milan Grygar. Kresby. 5. Emila Medková. Fotografie. 6. Stanislav Kolíbal. Mezi Prostorem a Plochou. 7. Jan Svoboda. Fotografie. 8. Eva Kmentová. Kresby Plastiky. 9. Libor Fára. Dialog Projektu Okno. 10. Václav Boštík. Obrazy. 11. Petr Štembera. Performance. 12. Karel Malich. V domí a Kosmické Energie. 13. Dalibor Chatrný. Prostorové Orientace. 14. Hugo Demartini. Modely. 15. Vladimír Janoušek. Zm ny.

$3750.00

El Ornitorrinco. Revista de Literatura. Later subtitle: Revista Contagiosa. No. 1 (Oct/Nov 1977) through No. 14 (July/Aug 1986) (all published)

A complete run in 14 issues of the Argentinian literary journal, issues approx. 26-30 pp. each, edited by Abelardo Castillo and Liliana Heker, containing prose, poetry, essays, interviews, and criticism, including contributions from Isidoro Blaistein, Cristina Piña, Liliana Heker, Guillermo Boido, Elia Parra, Luis Prieto, Juan Miguel García Fernandez, Joyce Cary, Edna Pozzi, Juan José Manauta, Lewis Carroll, Ernest Hemingway, Flannery O'Connor, Herman Hesse, Rodolfo Grandi, Juan Rulfo, Stig Dagerman, James Purdy, Edith Wharton, and many others. Illustrated throughout, primarily from drawings and cartoons. 4to. Original illustrated saddle-stapled wrpps., some mild dust-staining and soiling. Buenos Aires, 1977-1986. In the first issue of El Ornitorrinco, editor Abelardo Castillo lays out a six-point manifesto of sorts, which he calls "Muerte y Resurreccion de las revistas literarias; o 6 aproximaciones para armar un ornitorrinco." Under the first point, he writes: "Hemos venido a llenar un vacio y desde ahora la crítica, la poesía, la narrativa y el arte en general somos nosotros." In spite of censorship issues, in the fourth issue dated Oct/Nov 1978, Castillo lays out the magazine's position against the war with Chile in the form of an editorial, and in issue no. 9 (Jan/Feb 1981) there appear two lists of the disappeared with any known information requested for their whereabouts. El Ornitorrinco was the only cultural magazine at the time that was encouraged to publish these lists. Scarce institutionally; as of November 2019, WorldCat locates six physical holdings in North American institutions.

$3000.00

Cuaderno de la Plata. No. 1 (October 1968) through No. 7 (November 1972) (all published)

A complete run in seven fascicules of the Argentinian cultural and political journal, edited by Luis Aznar and Guillermo Korn, born out of the socialist branch of the Reforma Universitaria, each issue with a specific focus topic and subtitle, celebrating the Reformation as a political-cultural and socialist movement, each issue containing essays, prose, poetry, and cartoons. Scattered illustrations throughout from cartoons and drawings. 8vo. Original illustrated wrpps., housed in two cloth-backed boards portfolios with matching slipcases. Very minor abrasions to slipcases, some very minor wear and soiling to wrpps. Caracas, Buenos Aires, and La Plata, 1968-1972. The seven issue subtitles are: 1) Cincuentenario de la Reforma Universitaria. 2) La Argentina del Año 2000. La Ley Federal de Educación. 3) Círculo Vicioso: La Actualidad Universitaria. 4) Apuntes Sobre la Rebelión de los Jóvenes - Chile: La Unidad Popular al Poder. 5) El Materialismo Dialéctico, La Universidad. 6) Chile: Documentos Secretos de la I.T.T. 7) La Crisis Argentina. A rare complete run of an intellectual journal documenting an important movement in Latin American socail history. As of November 2019, WorldCat locates a handful of holdings in North American institutions; however most are incomplete.

$1950.00

La Rosa Blindada. Revista Menusal. Year I, No. 1 (Oct 1964) through Year II, No. 9 (Sept 1966) (all published)

A complete run in 9 issues of the Argentinian literary, cultural, and political journal, edited by José Luis Mangieri and Carlos Alberto Brocato, containing coverage of a wide variety of topics including Marxism, Picasso, Cuban poetry, Huasipungo, Antonio Gramsci, the Chilean poet Pablo de Rokha, Argentinian theater, guerrilla poetry, socialist literature, Brazilian poetry, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh, and many others, with contributions and writings from a range of authors and cultural figures including Galvano della Volpe, Pablo Picasso, Juan Bosch, Jack London, Jorge Luis Borges, Carlos Alberto Brocato, Ernest Hemingway, Bertolt Brecht, José Luis Romero, Attila József, Che Guevara, León Pomer, and many others. Not illustrated aside from occasional author portraits. Minor toning. 4to. Original illustrated wrpps. Some very minor dust-staining, edgewear, overall very good. Buenos Aires, 1964-1966. La Rosa Blindada was an important artistic and political journal which joined together intellectual and artists committed to social transformations in Argentina, during a tumultuous time in Latin America which saw the Cuban Revolution and the "Cordobazo", or civil uprising of the worker-student movement, in Córdoba. Issue no. 4 is misnumbered as no. 5 to the front cover. Scarce institutionally.

$2850.00

Vertice: Revista Mensual. Year 1, No. 1 (December 1937) through Year 5, No. 27 (February 1942) (all published)
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Vertice: Revista Mensual. Year 1, No. 1 (December 1937) through Year 5, No. 27 (February 1942) (all published)

A complete run of 27 issues in 5 volumes, issues ranging from circa 70 to 100 pp., of the rare Argentinian cultural journal, edited by poet Julia Prilutzky-Farny de Zinny, covering topics such as contemporary writing, the national cinema, and literary criticism, with contributions from many notedt writers of the time, including Octavio Ramirez, Horacio Rega Molina, John Dos Passos, Leopoldo Diaz, Pietro Di Donato, Andre Gide, Enrique de Gandia, Fermin Estrella Gutierrez, Miguel A. Camino, Sixto Martelli, and Leonidas Barletta, among many others, especially poets. Scattered illustrations throughout with portraits and caricatures by Argentinian artists and reproductions from drawings and prints, illustrators include Fernando Fresno, Victor Rebuffo, Benjamin Solari Parravicini, Rodolfo Castagna, Cesar Jaimes, Ernesto Arancibia, Alfredo Pachelo, and others. Scattered toning and foxing. 8vo. Cloth-backed boards, original wrpps. bound in, some slight chipping to edges. Buenos Aires, 1937-1942. On the opening page of the first issue, Vertice establishes itself as "una publicación abierta a todas las ideas y todas las tendencias." Throughout the run of the publication, several issues had a special focus or feature. No. 12 featured an introduction to "cuatro poetas jóvenes", presenting the work of León Benarós, Horacio Fasce, Maria Elisa Galgniana Segura, and Julio Marsago (Julio Porter). Nos. 13 through 17 comprise an "antología de cuentistas rioplatenses", including the works of 34 writers from both sides of the Rio Plata. And nos. 24 through 27 comprise an "antología de sonetos argentinos"

$4500.00

Jettatore. Semanario Ilustrado de Actualidades. Year I, No. 1 (7 March 1907) through Year I, No. 17 (24 June 1907) (all published)
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Jettatore. Semanario Ilustrado de Actualidades. Year I, No. 1 (7 March 1907) through Year I, No. 17 (24 June 1907) (all published)

A complete run in 17 issues of the rare Argentinian satirical literary magazine, under the editorial direction of Eduardo Lacasa, each issue approximately 32 pp. and containing photo essays, prose, poetry, cartoons, and caricatures, with contributions from an array of writers and artists including Nemesio Trejo, Chimosillo, Francisco Ortiga, Juan Pérez Zúñiga, Adolfo Poleró Escamilla, Leo Tolstoy, David Atwell, G. Pamplona y Serrano, Francisco Nebel, and many others. Profusely illustrated throughout with reproductions from photographs, drawings, and caricatures, many in color. Some toning throughout, chipping/edgewear, issue no. 5 with significant loss to front cover and first page. 8vo. Original colorful illustrated wrpps. Some soiling. Fragile, many issues with losses or repairs along spine or to edges of wrpps., a few issues with covers separated but present, some loose pages. Buenos Aires, 1907. The colorful caricatures in Jettatore include politician and playwright Gregorio de Laferrére (author of the play Jettatore!), Dr. Pedro N. Arata, stage actor Emilio Thuillier, Dr. Hilarion Larguia, architect Joseph-Antoine Bouvard, and others. Incredibly scarce; as of November 2019, WorldCat locates only a single incomplete holding in a North American library.

$4500.00

La Maroma - Es de los Argentinos y para los Argentinos. Year I, No. 1 (27 Sept 1939) through Year I, No. 8 (May 1940) (all published)
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La Maroma - Es de los Argentinos y para los Argentinos. Year I, No. 1 (27 Sept 1939) through Year I, No. 8 (May 1940) (all published)

A complete run in 8 issues, each issue 12-16 pp., of the extremely anti-Semitic Argentinian journal under the editorial direction of Enrique Pedro Osés, profusely illustrated throughout with vivid, often cruel, caricatures and cartoons. Slight toning, scattered minor soiling, minor chipping/edgewear, some with repairs. Folio. Red cloth, original illustrated self-wrpps. bound in. Very minor abrasions. Buenos Aires, 1939-1940. Osés was an Argentinian nationalist journalist, who also edited the journals and newspapers El Pueblo, Crisol, El Pampero, and Criterio. La Maroma appealed to the popular sectors to hate the Jews for their supposed connections to British imperalism and usurious capitalism, as well as their alleged hoarding of the radio, the theater, and other professions. Other anti-Semitic newspapers and journals at the time included Clarinada, El Campero, and Cabildo, all published in a time before Germany lost the war. The effect of these journals and of anti-Semitism in Argentina was well-known; radical groups such as the LCA (Argentine Civic Legion), the Republican League, and ANA/ADUNA (Acción Nacionalista Argentina/Afirmación de una Nueva Argentina) were all defined by miltarism and their members often took violent actions which included attacking Jewish-presenting people, crashing theatrical perforances, graffiti, propaganda, and vandalism. Incredibly scarce; as of November 2019, WorldCat locates only a single holding in a North American library.

$4500.00

Apertura. Revista Literaria. No. 1 (July 1965) through No. 13 (December 1972) (all published?)
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Apertura. Revista Literaria. No. 1 (July 1965) through No. 13 (December 1972) (all published?)

A likely complete run in 13 issues of the Argentinian literary journal, most issues approx. 12-18 pp., edited by poet and author Nelly Borroni MacDonald, the issues containing a mix of prose and poetry from a range of writers, including Sonia Leonhardt, Lermo Balbi, Arturo Lomello, Edgardo Pesante, Nelly Borroni MacDonald, Jorge Alberto Hernández, Alfonsina Storni, Miguel Angel Zanelli, Marta Irene Prioli, María Quintana, Fortunato Nari, Sofía Acosta, Armando Raúl Santillán, Amílcar Bufano Colombo, César Actis Bru, and others. Not illustrated. Some scattered soiling, dust-staining, issue no. 1 with considerable old repairs to lower corner of several pages and to back cover. 8vo. Leather-backed marbled boards, original illustrated wrpps. bound in. Some slight abrasions and minor scuffing, especially to spines. Santa Fe, Argentina, 1965-1972. Incredibly scarce; as of November 2019, WorldCat locates only a single holding in a North American institution.

$3500.00

Iskusstvo v massy: zhurnal Assotsiatsii khudozhnikov revolutsii [Art for the Masses: organ of the Russian Association of Revolutionary Artists]. Later title: Za proletarskoe iskusstvo [For a proletarian art]. Complete run, altogether 42 issues in 33 fascicules
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Iskusstvo v massy: zhurnal Assotsiatsii khudozhnikov revolutsii [Art for the Masses: organ of the Russian Association of Revolutionary Artists]. Later title: Za proletarskoe iskusstvo [For a proletarian art]. Complete run, altogether 42 issues in 33 fascicules

By Assotsiatsiia khudozhnikov revoliutsii [Association of Artists of the Revolution]

Moscow: AKhR, 1929-1932. Quartos (29.5 × 17.5 cm). Original decorative and pictorial wrappers; 16-64 pp. per issue. Numerous illustrations in the text and on plates, including several full-page color plates as well as folding plates. A few issues with light soil and wear to spine; overall a very good set in the original wrappers. A complete run, in the original wrappers, of the monumental journal of the Association of Artists of the Revolution (ARA), one of the most important resources on the development of Soviet avant-garde art during the late 1920s and early 1930s, before the official turn toward a stricter socialist realist canon around 1934. Forty-two issues were published from April 1929 to May 1932, under two different titles: in 1931, after the first twenty issues, the title became Za proletarskoe iskusstvo ("For a proletarian art"). The front wrapper of the first issue reproduces the declaration of the group, which calls for implementing readily understandable creative forms throughout all aspects of life, including painting and graphic prints, but also worker's clubs, graphic design, architecture and interior decoration, forms of recreation and mass festivities. Although it was hostile to the bourgeois tradition as well as abstraction, many of the designs and works discussed and pictured are among the most innovative avant-garde works of the period, including constructivist tendencies. Among the groups whose work was discussed are October (Oktiabr'), OST, and IZORAM. Many issues contains overviews of exhibitions held throughout the Soviet Union, as well as more detailed reviews. A number of contributions deal with children's art education and autodidactism. The journal also sought to link Soviet art with its counterparts in leftist art circles abroad. Foreign proletarian art is represented by George Grosz, Kaethe Kollwitz, Heinrich Zille and others. Among Soviet artists whose work is featured are E. Katsman, A. Nemov, Iu. Shchukin, A. Magidson, S. Boim, M. Lebedeva, P. Konchalovskii, M. Cheremnykh, D. Shterenberg, and countless others. The early wrappers were designed by Boris Titov and A. Nemov, and the editor was A. A. Antonov. After an initially low print run of only 2,000 copies, the circulation soon reached 10,000. In 1932, the journal was forcibly shuttered and numerous of its contributors were later repressed during the Stalin Terror of the late 1930s. A very valuable resource, extremely scarce complete in both parts and with all original wrappers. As of November 2019, KVK and OCLC only show two complete runs.

$19500.00

Orion: blad voor psychologiestudenten. Provo...nummer

Amsterdam, [1966?]. Slim quarto (30 × 10.5 cm). Original staple-stitched xeroxed pictorial wrappers; mimeographed typescript and illustrations to rectos and versos; 32 pp. Very good. Single issue of this student journal, devoted to Provo and replicating the format of the Provo publications. With contributions by P. Blitz, Hans ten Dam, Roel van Duyn, Ewout van der Hoog, Otto Kamstra and many others. As of August 2019, KVK, OCLC only show the copy at Yale and another at Amsterdam University.

$200.00

Scandal, nos. 1-3 (of five published)
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Scandal, nos. 1-3 (of five published)

Groningen: self-published, 1966. Slim quartos (29.8 × 10.4 cm). Original staple-stitched decorative wrappers; mimeographed typescript to rectos and versos, often on color stock or using colored ink; ca. 20 pp. per issue. Very good. Issue called 0 constitutes no. 1. Issue no. 2 (unnumbered) is complete with the match and the Hitler stamp to front wrapper verso. As of August 2019, KVK and OCLC only show one (incomplete) holding in North America.

$650.00

Trapalanda. Arte - Ciencias - Letras. No. 1 (June 1953) through No. 10/11 (December 1955) (all published)
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Trapalanda. Arte - Ciencias - Letras. No. 1 (June 1953) through No. 10/11 (December 1955) (all published)

A complete run of 11 issues in 10 fascicules of the Argentinian cultural journal, under the editorial direction of Joaquin Bustamante, covering topics such as science, literature, and art, including articles on national and regional history, law and culture in Río Cuarto, book reviews, poetry, and other relevant issues. Scattered illustrations throughout including drawings, cartoons, and reproductions from photographs. Some minor toning and soiling, scattered damp-staining especially to issue no. 4. 4to. Original colorful illustrated wrpps. Some issues with separation between front cover and title page, some rubbing especially along spines, some rust to staples. Río Cuarto, Córdoba, Argentina, 1953-1955. Trapalanda was established by the same group of artists that founded La Barraca Trapalanda, an art gallery that exhibited works from a variety of Argentinian and international artists and was a cultural destination in the city. The gallery showed paintings, prints, sculptures, and ceramics, and held competitions. It also helped to train local artists. An incredibly scarce collection of this Argentinian cultural journal; as of October 2019, WorldCat locates only a single holding in a North American library.

$3250.00

L'Agitazione: Organo del Comitato di Difesa Pro Sacco e Vanzetti. Later: L'Agitazione: Bollettino del Comitato Centrale di Difesa pro Sacco e Vanzetti. Year I, No. 1 (1 December 1920) through Year IV, No. 2 (March 1925)
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L'Agitazione: Organo del Comitato di Difesa Pro Sacco e Vanzetti. Later: L'Agitazione: Bollettino del Comitato Centrale di Difesa pro Sacco e Vanzetti. Year I, No. 1 (1 December 1920) through Year IV, No. 2 (March 1925)

A collection of 37 issues, possibly all published, of the irregularly distributed Italian-language anarchist newspaper, edited by Aldino Felicani, as an attempt to raise funds for the defense of Sacco and Vanzetti, each issue devoted to the latest developments in the landmark case, with scattered illustrations, primarily from photographs. Some moderate wear, toning, brittle newsprint with some minor chipping and marginal tears, some issues with splitting along fold, overall good. Folio. Self-wrpps., loose as issued. Boston, 1920-1925. Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were two Italian migrant anarchists who were convicted of mudering two employees during the April 15, 1920 armed robbery of the Slater and Morrill Shoe Company in Braintree, Massachusetts. After only a few hours of deliberation, on July 14, 1921, the jury convicted them both of first-degree murder, and they were sentenced to death. Anti-Italianism and an anti-immigrant bias were suspected as having affected the verdict. A series of appeals followed, largely funded by the Sacco and Vanzetti Defense Committee, and based on recanted testimony, ballistics evidence, and an a confession from an alleged participant in the robbery. All appeals were denied, but by 1926 the case had become international news. Many suspected the men's innocence. In 1927, protests were held on their behalf throughout North America and Europe, as well as in Tokyo, Melbourne, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Dubai, Montevideo, Johannesburg, and Auckland. In response, Massachusetts governor Alvan T. Fuller appointed a three-man commission to investigate the case, but after weeks of deliberation, they decided to uphold the verdict, and on August 23, 1927, both men electrocuted via the electric chair at Charlestown State Prison. An incredibly scarce collection; we are aware of a few issues held at one North American institution, but as of OCtober 2019 were not able to find any other listings via WorldCat.

$15000.00

Carpeta Cero. Prosa y Poesia. No. 1 (November 1969) through No. 4 (December 1970), together with special issue "Lealtad" (all published)
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Carpeta Cero. Prosa y Poesia. No. 1 (November 1969) through No. 4 (December 1970), together with special issue "Lealtad" (all published)

Five issues in four unpaginated portfolios (including one double number), ca. 7-10 unbound signatures and folded leaves each, of the Argentinian arts and literature journal pairing artists' woodcuts with prose and poetry, including original prints by Hector Mazzoleni, Mario Cecconi, Daniel Zelaya, Linda Rendini, Omar Brachetti, Demetrio Urruchua, Victor Rebuffo, Bruno Widmann, Italo Grassi, Antonio Berni, Claudia Leiguarda, and Nelida Agüero, with texts by Fernando Alonso, Leonidas Barletta, Alvaro Yunque, Jorge Méndez, Miguel Alascio Cortázar, Roger Pla, Alvaro Yunque, Fernando R. Moreno, Ernesto Sabato, and Oscar Peyrou. 4to. Original stiff portfolio wrpps., unbound signatures and folded leaves loose as issued. Some minor soiling, slight foxing to wrpps. of No. 1. Buenos Aires (Carpeta Editora) 1969-1970. Ex-library Biblioteca "F.V." S.A.I.C. (Instituto de Estudios Historiograficos) with rubber stamps to front cover of three of the four portfolios. Very rare; as of October 2019, WorldCat locates scattered holdings at North American institutions of single issues, but only two libraries with complete runs of issues 1-4, and only one of those with the special "Lealtad" issue.

$3500.00

Inept, no. 6
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Inept, no. 6

By Zwart, Koos, editor

Amsterdam, 1966. Slim quarto (30 × 10.5 cm). Original staple-stitched xeroxed self-wrappers; 27, [1] pp. of mimeographed text and image to rectos and versos (reverse pagination). Very good. Scarce rival edition in the style of Provo serials, with similar contents and layout. The contributors include Ole Eshuis, Han Zuidhoek, Peter van Besouw, and Koos Zwart. One of 900 copies. As of August 2019, KVK, OCLC only show two issues at Yale.

$225.00

Provo, no. 1 (all published). Parallel edition
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Provo, no. 1 (all published). Parallel edition

[Amsterdam, 1967]. Slim quarto (30 × 10.5 cm). Original staple-stitched xeroxed pictorial wrappers; 16 pp. of mimeographed text to rectos and versos. Very good. Scarce "parallel" edition by B. A. Lans, Jil, Renie, Vincent and Joost B., intended as a counterpart to the better-known Provo series in fifteen issues. The front wrapper features the text "Provo is dood! Leve Provo!" ("Provo is dead! Long live Provo!"). As of August 2019, KVK, OCLC only show the copies at Yale and Chicago.

$200.00

Provo 1, reprint in edition of 400 copies of the first Provo from 1965

[Amsterdam] : De Bezige Bij, 1969. Slim quarto (29.6 × 10.9 cm). Original decorative wrappers; 257 pp. About very good; tape repair to spine extremities. Provo 1, reprint in edition of 400 copies of the first Provo from 1965, which had been mostly confiscated + note to Mr. Kool with a word of thanks for his subscription and apologies for the unavailability of the first issues, 'nr. 1 is zoals u misschien weet in beslag genomen, en nrs. 2 en 3 zijn op'. Handwritten by Admin Provo Hans Metz + Revolutsjoner Manifest of het nederlandse roje boekje door Han (met de pet) Schook.

$150.00

Revolutsjoner manifest, of het Nederlandse roje boekje [Revolutionary manifesto, or the Dutch red book]
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Revolutsjoner manifest, of het Nederlandse roje boekje [Revolutionary manifesto, or the Dutch red book]

Amsterdam: De Roje Pers, [1967]. Octavo (21.6 × 11 cm). Original pictorial wrappers (linocut); 26, [2] pp. of mimeographed text to rectos and versos. Very good. First and only edition. With a printed note indicating that the front wrapper is an original linocut print; with several mimeographed illustrations throughout the text. As of August 2019, KVK and OCLC only show the copy at Yale outside the Netherlands.

$250.00

Paranà: Columna Vertebral del Litoral, Rica Vena, Tenso Nervio, Clara Voz, De Argentina Intelectual. No. 1 (Winter 1941) through Nos. 4-7 (Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer 1943) (all published)
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Paranà: Columna Vertebral del Litoral, Rica Vena, Tenso Nervio, Clara Voz, De Argentina Intelectual. No. 1 (Winter 1941) through Nos. 4-7 (Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer 1943) (all published)

A complete run, bound in two volumes, of the serial from the Argentinian coastal province, published during the second World War and edited by R. E. Montes i Bradley, devoted to recent developments in art, literature, and general culture both domestic and international, with contributions by numerous noted cultural figures and critics, illustrated in the text and with fine tipped-in color plates throughout. 4to. Leather-backed boards, original illustrated wrpps. bound in. Some slight cracking along leather spine of second volume. Rosario, Argentina, 1941-1943. Textual contributors include Juan Ortiz, Amaro Villanueva, Carlos Carlino, Rosa Wernicke, and Elias Diaz Molano; tipped-in illustrations show work by Lucio Fontana, Enrique Estrada Bello, Pedro Hermenegildo Gianzone, Cesar Fernandez Navarro, Manuel Musto, Leonidas Gambartes, and Juan Naranjo, and Juna Berlengieri. A very rare complete run of the nicely produced periodical; as of October 2019, WorldCat locates only two holdings in North American institutions.

$3000.00

Provo special, nos. 1 (marche anti a.) and no. 2 (militariste) (all published)
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Provo special, nos. 1 (marche anti a.) and no. 2 (militariste) (all published)

By Valles, J. and General Janssens, editors

Brussels, 1966. Octavos (21.5 × 15 cm). Original staple-stitched xeroxed and offset-printed self-wrappers; 8 and 12 pp. of images. Very good copies. Complete run of these fully illustrated issues of cartoons, similar in style to those in "God, Nederland en Oranje." Most images signed "KK". As of August 2019, KVK, OCLC only show the holdings at Yale in North America.

$350.00

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