Shop – A Selection

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    450,00 DKK

    “As a new movement that arose in the 1950s and 1960s, Minimalism challenged traditional ideas about art-making and the art object. A Minimal Future? Art As Object 1958-1968, which accompanies a major exhibition at The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, offers a redefinition of Minimalism by situating it in the context of the concurrent aesthetics of modernist abstraction, pop art, and nascent ideas of conceptual art. Minimalism is presented as a range of strategies that propelled new definitions of the structure, form, material, image, and production of the art object and renegotiated its relationship to space and to the spectator.Focusing on the years 1958-1968, A Minimal Future? presents key works within the framework of a scholarly re-examination of minimal art’s emergence and historical context. It reflects the early transitional period that begins in the late 1950s, through the so-called “canonization” of Minimalism by 1968, with an emphasis on work produced in the mid-to-late 1960s.The book includes works from the late 1950s through the late 1960s by 40 artists, including Carl Andre, Richard Artschwager, Jo Baer, Larry Bell, Mel Bochner, Judy Chicago, Dan Flavin, Robert Grosvenor, Eva Hesse, Donald Judd, Sol LeWitt, Agnes Martin, John McCracken, Robert Ryman, Frank Stella, Anne Truitt, and Lawrence Weiner that reflect the shifting object status of painting and sculpture.The text features original essays by prominent art historians and scholars. Diedrich Diedrichsen addresses the relationship between minimal art and music; Jonathan Flatley focuses on Donald Judd and Andy Warhol; Timothy Martin considers perfomance in relation to minimal art; James Meyer examines East and West Coast practices of Minimalism; and Anne Rorimer discusses the relationship of minimal to conceptual art. Exhibition curator Ann Goldstein contributes an introduction. Also included are individual entries on each of the artists, an extensive bibliography, and an exhibition chronology. The 400-page book includes 300 images, most in color”

  • New
    300,00 DKK

    Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, 2006. Tall slim 4to in wraps as issued. 215 pages, illustrated. Text in English. Light shelfwear else clean and well preserved First edition    

  • New
    400,00 DKK

    Limoges: FRAC Limousin, 1999. 8vo in bright green stiff wraps as issued. 125 pages, illustrated. Text in both French and English. Clean and tight copy, fine Includes two interviews with Ruppersberg First edition

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    300,00 DKK

    Semiotext (e), 1998. Paperback as issued. 413 pages. Light edgewear, clean “From 1993-96, artist Rainer Ganahl held six reading seminars with six different bibliographies in six different countries and entitled this public project; “IMPORTED—A READING SEMINAR, Or How to Reinvent the Coffee Table: 25 Books for Instant Use (7 Different…

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    99,00 DKK

    Max Eulitz: Notes on 41 Notes on 41 is a collection of essays illustrating the circumstances surrounding the creation of a Kiev nightclub. The book outlines structural challenges and the historical context, which imbue this site with such vitality, in Kyiv’s post-Maidan landscape. The issues raised consider the complexity of…

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    340,00 DKK

    “PENNY ARCADE: Bad Reputation. Performances, Essays, Interviews”. emiotext (E) Native Agents, 2009. 8vo in publishers glossy hardcover. 196 pages, illustrated. Near fine clean well preserved copy. First edition “An autobiographical trilogy by a cultural icon of Downtown New York. A reform-school runaway at thirteen, a performer in the legendary New…

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    175,00 DKK

    “De uforsonlige. Skæbner og fortællerformer i filmkunsten. Luis Bunuel, Andrej Tarkovskij, Robert Bresson, Jean-Luc Godard, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Jean Marie Straub”. Amadeus, 1988. 317 pp. Illustreret i s/h. Heftet

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    129,00 DKK

    “Each of the thirty-nine tales of Alexander Kluge’s Cinema Stories combines fact and fiction, and they revolve around movie-making. The book compresses a lifetime of feeling, thought, and practice: Kluge-considered the father of New German Cinema-is an inventive wellspring of narrative notions. “The power of his pros,” as Small Press noted, “exudes the sort of pregnant richness one might find in the brief scenarios of unknown films.” Cinema Stories is a treasure trove of strikingly original writing and cinematic lore”

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    100,00 DKK

    Rhodos Film, 1971. Tvær8vo. Upagineret. Hft. Rigt illustreret Bogen er designet af Michael Malling

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    175,00 DKK

    “CINEMA AND PAINTING: How Art is Used in Film”. London: The Athlone Press, 1997 (1996). 8vo softcover. XI, 303 pages. Illustrated. Clean and well preserved  

  • 245,00 DKK

    Berlin: Galerie Aurel Scheiber 2010. Tall 8vo in original orange hardcover, no jacket as issued. 64 pages, illustrated in color with text in both German and English. Fine clean copy 1st edition

  • 400,00 DKK

    “JAPANISME PÅ DANSK. Kunst og design 1870-2010”. Arkitektens Forlag, 2013. Stort format. Hardcover med omslag. 423 sider. Rigt illustreret. Smudsomslaget med lidt hyldeslid ellers rent, fint eksemplar

  • 175,00 DKK

    Edited by Janie C. Lee. “Brice Marden Drawings: The Whitney Museum of American Art Collection”. New York: Harry Abrams 1999. Squarish 8vo in wraps as issued. 84 pages with 34 pages in Marden’s Workbook, a 1987-88 travel sketchbook/visual diary. With an interview with the artist. 56 illus., 18 in full…

  • 300,00 DKK

    By Gary Garrels. Brice Marden RETROSPEKTIVE. Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2007. Heavy large 4to in wraps. 337 pp., 5 gate-folds; 170 color plates; numerous bw photos of the artist and his friends and family;. Text in German; Includes 6 essays about the artist and his work, as well as a biography;…

  • 100,00 DKK

    Brice Marden in the Phaidon Focus Series. Edited by Eileen Costello. 2013. 8vo hardcover. 145 pages, w 120 illustrations. Fine copy

  • 300,00 DKK

    Grusomhedsudstillingen (The Antrocity Exhibition & ‘Crash’). Copenhagen: Forlaget Rhodos, 1969. Softcover as issued. 144 pp. Light discoloration to cover else fine / Velbevaret eksemplar Første danske udgave / First Danish edition of ‘The Antrocity Exhibition’ and ‘Crash’. David Cronenberg later based his masterpiece movie ‘Crash’ on this text. The Danish…

  • 245,00 DKK

    “Atrocity Exhibition Archive Paradoxe – Déambulations dans La Foire aux atrocités” (“Atrocity Exhibition Archive Paradox”). ECAL – University of Art and Design Lausanne, 2014. 4to (24 x 31 cm) in original hardcover, no jacket as issued. 96 pages, illustrated throughout. Light surface marks to cover else clean and fine Awarded…

  • 200,00 DKK

    TACET The Sound in The Arts Series # 4 published by Les Presses Du Reel, 2016. 8vo in stiff wraps as issued. 560 p, ills in bw. French/English text. New copy.

  • 189,00 DKK

    From today’s perspective, Pier Paolo Pasolini (1922 – 1975) comes across as one of the most productive and exhilarating talents in twentieth-century art. He continues to be both an inspiring and provocative figure not only for his wide-ranging virtuosity as a linguist, writer, journalist, and film-maker but also on account of the themes that he addressed. In modern-day Europe with all its levelling processes, regulations, and a hypocrisy protected by the code of political correctness, the loss of his voice is keenly felt. Pasolini never simply glorified the ancient ways of isolated regions and decried progress; rather, by adopting both extremes, he created an all-embracing poetics of experimental thinking. Hans Ulrich Reck’s book shows the relevance of his work today: that Pasolini was proved bitterly right in so many things is an expression of his far-sightedness in not reading the hidden signs of his time in terms of “grand theses” and “narratives”. The book is part of the series Analysis & Exzess

  • 185,00 DKK

    Oversat af Poul Borum. Lindhardt og Ringhof, 1995. 479 pp. Hardcover. Pænt eksemplar

  • 200,00 DKK

    Mumok & Prestel, 2012. Square heavy quarto in hardcover w jacket. 320 pages, richly illustrated. Fine clean copy 1. edition

  • 1.500,00 DKK

    Henry Wessel – Five Books in Slipcase: California and the West / Odd Photos / Las Vegas / Real Estate Photographs / Night Walk. COMPLETE SET Gottingen: Steidl, 2005. Very heavy square 4to. 154 pages, 5 softcovers in a slipcase. Fine clean set / as new 1. edition “What a…

  • 750,00 DKK

    With textx by Rosalyn Deutsche, Katherine Dieckmann, Steven Heller, Gary Indiana, Carol Squiers, Lynne Tillman, Ann Goldstein.  MIT Press for Los Angeles & MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999. Heavy 4to hardcover with jacket as issued. 268 pages, richly illustrated. Fine clean copy First edition

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    “HERMIT IN PARIS. Autobiographical Writings”. New York: Pantheon Books, 2003. 8vo in publishers hardcover with unclipped protected jacket. 255 pages. Fine clean copy First US edition

  • 200,00 DKK

    New York: Harcourt Brace – A Helen Kurt Wolff Book, 1986. 8vo in publishers hardcover with unclipped protected jacket. VI, 241 pages. Cut-out in jacket at inner flap, a remainder mark to bottom edge and name to free front end blank, else clean very good copy First US edition

  • 300,00 DKK

    The First Printing of “Quatre fables d’Esope pour Valerio Adami” by Italo Calvino and complete with 2 fime large original colour lithographs

  • 200,00 DKK

    Forlaget Tiderne Skifter, 1993. 137 pp. Hft. Første danske udgave. Pænt eksemplar.

  • 245,00 DKK

    New York: Pantheon Books, 1995. 8vo in publishers hardcover with unclipped protected jacket. 277 pages. Fine clean copy First US edition

  • 220,00 DKK

    ORDER IN CHAOS. STORYTELLING AND EDIТING IN DOCUMENTARY FILM. Order In Chaos, 2021. 8vo in wraps as issued. 196 pages. New copy “a must-have for all film lovers. In a personal way it brings the reader very close to experience and understand the creative process of editing documentary films.” 1.…

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    “Agnes Martins celebrated grid paintings are widely acknowledged as a touchstone of postwar American art and have influenced many contemporary artists. The artists formative years, however, have been largely overlooked. In this revelatory study of the early artistic production, Christina Bryan Rosenberger demonstrates that the rapidly evolving creative processes and pictorial solutions Martin developed between 1940 and 1967 define all her subsequent art. Beginning with Martins initiation into artistic language at the University of New Mexico and concluding with the reception of her grid paintings in New York in the early 1960s, Rosenberger offers vivid descriptions of the networks of art, artists, and information that moved between New Mexico and the creative centers of New York and California in the postwar period. She also documents Martins exchanges with artists including Ellsworth Kelly, Barnett Newman, Georgia OKeeffe, Ad Reinhardt, and Mark Rothko, among others. Rosenberger uses original analysis of MartinÕs art, as well as a rich array of archival materials, to situate Martins art within the context of a dynamic historical moment. With a lively, innovative approach informed by art history and conservation, this fluidly written book makes a substantial contribution to the history of postwar American art.”

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    “Agnes Martins celebrated grid paintings are widely acknowledged as a touchstone of postwar American art and have influenced many contemporary artists. The artists formative years, however, have been largely overlooked. In this revelatory study of the early artistic production, Christina Bryan Rosenberger demonstrates that the rapidly evolving creative processes and pictorial solutions Martin developed between 1940 and 1967 define all her subsequent art. Beginning with Martins initiation into artistic language at the University of New Mexico and concluding with the reception of her grid paintings in New York in the early 1960s, Rosenberger offers vivid descriptions of the networks of art, artists, and information that moved between New Mexico and the creative centers of New York and California in the postwar period. She also documents Martins exchanges with artists including Ellsworth Kelly, Barnett Newman, Georgia OKeeffe, Ad Reinhardt, and Mark Rothko, among others. Rosenberger uses original analysis of MartinÕs art, as well as a rich array of archival materials, to situate Martins art within the context of a dynamic historical moment. With a lively, innovative approach informed by art history and conservation, this fluidly written book makes a substantial contribution to the history of postwar American art.”

  • 950,00 DKK

    “The only complete career retrospective of this visionary painter, including all her most iconic works, which are prized for their exquisite visual poetry, together with personal letters and facsimiles, reprinted in Martin’s own hand, adding intimacy to this classic bookAgnes Martin’s career spanned over seven decades, with a profile that has skyrocketed since the 2015-17 major exhibition at Tate Modern, London that travelled globally to great acclaim. Though a major influence on Minimalist painters, Martin saw her own work more closely related to Abstract Expressionism, her paintings being ‘meditations on innocence, beauty, happiness and love.’ This much-anticipated reissue of Martin’s exhibition manager and close friend Arne Glimcher’s highly-acclaimed book presents 130 of her paintings and drawings alongside her previously unpublished writings and lecture notes. Glimcher’s illuminating introduction, his personal memories of visits to Martin at her studio, and their correspondence throughout her career, reveal many insights into the artist’s life and work.”

  • 950,00 DKK

    Edited by Christoffer Harlang, Keld Helmer-Petersen & Poul Kjærholm: . POUL KJAERHOLM (Kjærholm). English version. Denmark: Arkitektens Forlag / The Danish Architectural Press, 1999. 4to hardcover with jacket. 189 pages, richly illustrated. Text in English. As new copy First edition “Photographic images and the typography and layout of the book…

  • 499,00 DKK

    Af Ida Engholm, Ida & Anders Michelsen: Verner Panton – miljøer, farver, systemer, mønstre. København: Strandberg Publishing, [2017]. Large hardcover. 350 pp. Illustrated richly. Text in Danish. Fine / as new Graphic design by Michael Jensen

  • 199,00 DKK

    By Christian Holmsted Olesen, Christian and Mark Mussari. Hatje Cantz for Design Museum Danmark, 2014. Large hardcover. 254 pp. Richly illustrated. Text in English. Fine unopened as new copy  

  • 245,00 DKK

    Arne Jacobsen. Dansk udgave. 3. oplag. Copenhagen: Arkitektens Forlag, 2021. Large 4to in softcover. 560 pp. Profusedly illustrated. Text in Danish. Fine copy 3. oplag af den dansksprogede udgivelse Arne Jacobsen skrevet af Kjeld Vindum og Carsten Thau. “Bogen var straks fra udgivelsen i 1998 en overvældende succes, med omfattende…

  • 1.750,00 DKK

    Atelier Bow-Wow (Yoshiharu Tsukamoto & Momoyo Kaijima). Edited by Laurent Stalder & Cornelia Escher, Megumi Komura, and Meruro Washida “Atelier Bow-Wow, A Primer”. Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 2013. Tall 4to in wraps as issued. 23 × 31 cm, 250 pages, richly illustrated Graphic design Cornel Windlin in collaboration with…

  • 245,00 DKK

    Copenhagen, 1960. Original wraps. (48) pp. Printed on fine paper. Fine clean copy Cool modernist Danish architecture photobook with excellent photos of Copenhagen townscapes by Knut Brethvad and graphics by Alfred Jacobsen + Jørg en Johansen First edition

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    Hoje Huse – Grandes constructions – Tall Houses. Copenhague, Henriksen+Henriksen, December 1962. Original square illustrated wrappers, 228x210mm. 36 pp. Illustrated with photographs printed b/w and orange 1962. Fine, clean copy First edition. Text by Erik Møller, photos de Jesper Hom and Ole Wanscher, graphic design by Jacobsen+Johansen

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    By Knud Bidstrup. Copenhagen, 1963. Original wrappers with dustjacket in rare original slipcase. 35 pp. Illustrated with b/w photographs of Danish gravel pits. Produced for Henriksen + Henriksen Gasbeton. Near fine clean copy Very finely printed book in cool 1960’s graphic design. First edition

  • 175,00 DKK

    Bog tilrettelagt af Alfred Jacobsen & Jørgen Johansen, med tekst af John Bertelsen. Udgivet af Aktieselskabet Rockwool, Dansk Gasbeton Aktieselskab, 1958. Kvadratisk omslag. 35 sider. Illustreret med fotos og linoleumssnit Lille grafisk mesterværk af Jacobsen + Johansen. Omslag med lidt afskrab ellers rent og pænt eksemplar. 1. oplag

  • 450,00 DKK

    “Qualifying the ancient Greek saying “Man is the measure,” Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) asserted instead “You are the measure,” conveying the defining theme in an oeuvre that would exert a powerful influence on fellow artists and architects. In artworks that combined minimalist, conceptual, and performative practices, Matta-Clark gave primary importance to the individual and considerations of everyday life. This comprehensive book incorporates important new information from the Matta-Clark archive, presenting a compelling reappraisal of the unique beauty and radical nature of Matta-Clark’s punnings, plans, performances, and interventions evident in the many media in which he worked: sculptural objects (most notably from building cuts), drawings, films, photographs, and documentary material

  • 400,00 DKK

    Edited by James Attlee & Lisa Le Feuvre. Published by Nazraeli Press, 2003. 8vo in publishers blue hardcover, no jacket as issued. 112 pages, illustrated, with several tipped-in illustrations and finely printed. Text in English. Bookplate fom Ursus Books at end, else fine clean copy with only most minimal shelfwear

  • 300,00 DKK

    New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1989. Tall large hardcover with fine, protected jacket. 223 pages, illustrated and finely printed. Fine clean attractive copy   1st edition

  • 245,00 DKK

    With texts by Kelly, Gottfried Boehm et al. Hatje Cantz and Foundation Beyeler, 2002. Large very heavy 4to in publishers hardcover, with jacket. 166 pages. Richly color illustrated. Small black dot to bottom edge else overall a clean and near fine unread copy First edition

  • 145,00 DKK

    Edited by Roberta Bernstein, Sarah Rich et al: “Ellsworth Kelly – Red Green Blue. Paintings and Studies”. Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 2003. Large heavy 4to in publishers hardcover, with jacket. 128 pages. Richly color illustrated. Small black dot to bottom edge else overall a clean and near fine…

  • 1.200,00 DKK

    SOCIAL KUNST 8 with PHOTO MONTAGE by HEARTFIELD. Copenhagen, Mondes Forlag, 1932. Original printed wrappers. (30) pp. With original photomontage covers and 5 further montages by Heartfield. Also included works by Moholy-Nagy, Lissitsky among others. Light wear to cover front with a hint of toning else a tight, clean and…

  • 700,00 DKK

    ‘A Zebra is A Striped Donkey’, uncommon Danish photobook with photos from Kenya and Tanzania, this copy including ORIGINAL VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH from the book Photograph measures 16,5 x 23,3 cm app. and is vintage print on Agfa paper, not signed or stamped by photographer. Well preserved fine copy Copenhagen: Eks-Skolens…

  • 350,00 DKK

    Fine, handsome introduction to the works and philosophies of Mel Bochner via interviews between him and, in order, John Coplans, Frederic Valabreque, Joan Simon and James Meyer. Mel Bochner (born 1940) is an American conceptual artist. “As Richard Kalina wrote in Art in America in 1996, Bochner was one of the earliest proponents, along with Joseph Kosuth and Bruce Nauman, of photo-documentation work in which the artist “created not so much a sculpture as a two-dimensional work about sculpture.” His 1966 show at the School of Visual Arts, “Working Drawings And Other Visible Things On Paper Not Necessarily Meant To Be Viewed As Art”, is regarded as a seminal show in the conceptual art movement. Bochner photocopied his friends’ working drawings, including a $3,051.16 fabricator’s bill from Donald Judd. He collected the copies in four black binders and displayed them on four pedestals. Bochner began making paintings in the late 1970s, and his paintings range from extremely colorful works containing words to works more clearly connected to the conceptual art he pioneered

  • 300,00 DKK

    Felicity Scott “traces the relations of architecture and urbanism to forms of human unsettlement and territorial insecurity during the 1960s and ’70s. Investigating a set of responses to the growing urban unrest in the developed and developing worlds, Outlaw Territories revisits an era when the discipline of architecture staked out a role in global environmental governance and the biopolitical management of populations. Felicity D. Scott demonstrates how architecture engaged the displacement of persons brought on by migration, urbanization, environmental catastrophe, and warfare, and at the same time how it responded to the material, environmental, psychological, and geopolitical transformations brought on by postindustrial technologies and neoliberal capitalism after World War II. At the height of the US–led war in Vietnam and Cambodia, and ongoing decolonization struggles in many parts of the world, architecture not only emerged as a target of political agitation on account of its inherent normativity but also became heavily imbricated within military, legal, and humanitarian apparatuses, and scientific and technological research dedicated to questions of international management and security. Once architecture became aligned with a global matrix of forces concerned with the environment, economic development, migration, genocide, and war, its conventional role did not remain unchallenged but shifted at times toward providing strategic expertise for institutions responding to transformations born of neoliberal capitalism. Outlaw Territories interrogates this nexus, and questions how and to what ends architecture and the environment came to be intimately connected to the expanded exercise of power within shifting geopolitical frameworks of this time.”

  • 700,00 DKK

    With text by Benjamin Buchloh in both German and English. Berlin: Galerie Buchholz, 2014. 8vo in stiff wraps w jacket as issued. 158 pp. Illustrated. 1st edition. Fine clean copy. Rare Genzken monograph!

  • 300,00 DKK

    Isa Genzken (Contemporary Artists Series). Phaidon Press, 2006. Large 4to in stiff wraps w jacket as issued. 160 pp. Illustrated. Text in English by Diedrich Diederichsen et al. Fine copy

  • 245,00 DKK

    When American architects, designers, and cultural institutions converted wartime strategies to new ends, the aggressive promotion of postwar domestic bliss became another kind of weapon: In the years immediately following World War II, America embraced modern architecture—not as something imported from Europe, but as an entirely new mode of operation, with original and captivating designs made in the USA. In Domesticity at War, Beatriz Colomina shows how postwar American architecture adapted the techniques and materials that were developed for military applications to domestic use. Just as manufacturers were turning wartime industry to peacetime productivity—going from missiles to washing machines—American architects and cultural institutions were, in Buckminster Fuller’s words, turning “weaponry into livingry.”This new form of domesticity itself turned out to be a powerful weapon. Images of American domestic bliss—suburban homes, manicured lawns, kitchen accessories—went around the world as an effective propaganda campaign. Cold War anxieties were masked by endlessly repeated images of a picture-perfect domestic environment. Even the popular conception of the architect became domesticated, changing from that of an austere modernist to a plaid-shirt wearing homebody. Colomina examines, with interlocking case studies and an army of images, the embattled and obsessive domesticity of postwar America. She reports on, among other things, MOMA’s exhibition of a Dymaxion Deployment Unit (DDU), a corrugated steel house suitable for use as a bomb shelter, barracks, or housing; Charles and Ray Eames’s vigorous domestic life and their idea of architecture as a flexible stage for the theatrical spectacle of everyday life; and the American lawn as patriotic site and inalienable right.Domesticity at War itself has a distinctive architecture. Housed within the case are two units: one book of text, and one book of illustrations—most of them in color, including advertisements, newspaper and magazine articles, and many architectural photographs

  • 1.250,00 DKK

    Lurker Grand and Andre P. Tschan: “Heute und danach – The Swiss Underground Music Scene of the 80’s”. Zurich: Edition Patrick Frey, 2012. 4to in wraps as issued. 672 pp. An amazing illustrated reference book on the Swiss alternative music scene of the 1980’s. Texts in German, Frech and English.…

  • 200,00 DKK

    “Valie Export: Zeit und Gegenzeit – Time and Countertime”. Published by Walther Koenig, 2010. Large heavy 4to hardcover, with jacket. 303 pages, richly illustrated. Text in both German and English. Thorough introduction to the works of Valie Export. 1st edition. Fine / as new.

  • 300,00 DKK

    Edited by Lorenzo Fusi & Marco Pierini. Published by sms contemporanea – Siena, 2008. Large 8vo in wraps as issued. 247 pages, richly illustrated. Text in both Italian and English. Fine clean copy with only minimal edgewear First edition With texts by Lorenzo Fusi, Jane Crawford, James Attlee, Marco Pierini,…

  • 1.750,00 DKK

    “This monograph was published on occasion of the exhibition Gordon Matta-Clark (from July 04, 2006 to October 16, 2006), curated by Gloria Moure, and organised by the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid”. “Gordon Matta-Clark, scion and rebel, died at 35 in 1978 and has since become a cult figure of late-twentieth-century art. Born in New York and trained in architecture at Cornell, his work broke the boundaries between sculpture and architecture, photography and film, performance and installation, and -above all- the permanent and the transitory.” “This book, conceived and based on the gradual opening of Matta-Clark’s archives at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, collects -for first time- his main writings (including Art Cards and Notebooks) and interviews, with a wide selection of reference works.”

  • 950,00 DKK

    Paris: Editions d’Histoire et d’Art; Librairie Plon, 1934. Small 4to in original worn wraps. Text by Pierre Mac Orlan and 48 most beautiful heliogravure prints by Kertesz. First edition. Previous owners, Danish artist Anton Hansen’s bookplate to halftitle. Cover worn, mainly spine but inside clean and overall a clean and…

  • 400,00 DKK

    New York: Ecco / Harper Collins / HarperCollins, 2006. Publishers hardcover with jacket. 232 pages. Fine clean copy with only a little edgewear. First edition, 1st printing with full number line

  • 300,00 DKK

    Brondum, 1997. Original hæftet omslag. 208 pp. Med grafik af Erik Hagens. Spansk-dansk tekst / Text in both Spanish and Danish. Ryg solbleget ellers ren og pæn

  • 300,00 DKK

    03Med originale litografier af Ursula Reuter Christiansen. Denmark: Brondum, 1984. Original wrappers. 85 pp. Med grafiske arbejder i farve af Ursula Reuter. Nydeligt eksemplar Text in both Spanish and Danish. First edition thus. Excellent copy

  • 99,00 DKK

    New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2020. Small square hardcover with jacket. Unpaginated, illustrated throughout. New copy

  • 50,00 DKK

    Silkeborg Kunstmuseum, 2003. 26 pp. Hft. Omslag lidt slidt

  • 100,00 DKK

    Silkeborg Kunstmuseum, 1984 (1933). 86 pp. Hft. Illustreret

  • 100,00 DKK

    Vilhelm Bjerke Petersen. En retrospektiv udstilling. Sophienholm, 1986. 122 pp. Hft. Illustreret

  • 199,00 DKK

    British Library / Cold Spring, 2021. LP. New copy   Rare recordings of beat/cut-up writers and artists William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin. Comprises the complete recording of Burroughs reading live in Liverpool in 1982, plus performances by Gysin of a selection of his permutated poems, as well as home…

  • 189,00 DKK

    Spector Books 2020. 8vo in stiff wraps as issued. 192 pp. Text in English. With numerous black-white and colour illustrations. New copy. Published on the occasion of the exhibition cycle Space is the Place curated by Lukas Feireiss at BNKR – Current reflections on art and architecture. Texts by Franz…

  • 500,00 DKK

    Edited by Massimiliano Gioni & Gary Carrion-Murayari. Phaidon Press, 2017. Large heavy 4to hardcover. The most comprehensive monograph on Pettibon. 408 pages with nearly 700 images. Texts in English. Illustrated throughout. Fine clean copy 1st edition

  • 300,00 DKK

    Paris: Actes Sud / Foundation Cartier pour l’art contemporain / London Thames & Hudson, 2001. Large square 4to in hardcover, no jacket as issued. (2), 156, IX (I) pages with photos in color. Fine copy First edition

  • 700,00 DKK

    Scalo Verlag, 2002. Silver clothed hardcover with pasted on photoillustration. 183 pp. Illustrated throughout in color with introduction by Rosenheim. Clean, very well preserved copy First edition

  • 199,00 DKK

    Bauhaus Bücher 2 Klee’s Pedagogical Sketchbook translated into English by Sybil Moholy-Nagy. New copy from Lars Müller Publishers.

  • 399,00 DKK

    “In 1965 Lennart Nilsson published images from inside the human uterus, the first photographs of prenatal life. The book that was to follow, A Child is Born, stunned the world – offering an unprecedented glimpse at the unseen world within our bodies, and our own beginnings. Using high-definition ultrasound technique, scanning electron and light microscopes, and advanced fibre optics Lennart Nilsson documents the miracle of human reproduction: the egg travelling down the fallopian tube; the sperm racing to meet it; the moment of fertilization; the very first cell division; the tiny embryo attaching to the uterine wall; the growth of eyes, ears, fingers and toes; and finally the moment of delivery itself – providing an astonishing glimpse of the first moments of life. In this, the fully revised fifth edition, A Child is Born is redefined for a new age. With a completely new accompanying text, the images are rendered in astonishing detail utilising revolutionary new photographic technology, with the photographs themselves the dominant driving force of the narrative.”

  • 750,00 DKK

    18Paris: Editions Atelier Clot, Peter Bramsen et Georges, 1962. 4to i original omslag (som også er et farvelitografi). 13 tekstsider samt 13 farvelitografier. Yderst sjælden kunstnerbog. Meget velbevaret. Trykt hos Peter Bramsen og hele bogen består af originale litografier. Edition originale / Første udgave

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    New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1966. Original hardcover boards with well preserved dustjacket. Unpaginated. Illustrated throughout. Jacket priceclipped with only minor edgewear, now protected in acid-free mylar Attractive copy of the First edition (stated)

  • 1.200,00 DKK

    New York: Paula Cooper / John Weber Gallery, 1982. Square 8vo in wraps. 88 unpaginated pages with 44 full page plates. Fine clean copy First edition

  • 1.200,00 DKK

    New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1979. Square in wraps. 48 unpaginated opages, illustrated throughout. On heavy colored paper. An attractive clean and very good to near fine copy First Edition, First Printing, the softcover version

  • 700,00 DKK

    Edited by Carl W. Haxthausen. Williams College Museum of Art, 2012. Squarish 4to in stiff black wraps as issued. 120 pages. Richly illiustrated. Fine clean copy with only mininal shelfwear First Edition

  • 599,00 DKK

    “Muhammad Ali, Zurich, 26.12.1971 shows the iconic American smooth-talking rhymester-boxer before and during his prize fight in Zurich against German heavyweight Jürgen Blin on December 26, 1971. Hans-Ruedi Jaggi, a Swiss hustler and promoter, succeeded in bringing the champ to Zurich for the fight. At Zurich’s Playboy Bar, Jaggi made a bet with Jack Starck, a society reporter for the Swiss tabloid Blick, for a bottle of Ballantine’s that, after having already got Jimi Hendrix and the Rolling Stones to give concerts in Zurich, he would now lure the mighty Muhammad Ali to town for a fight. He subsequently flew to the States three times but couldn’t get an “in” with Ali. Eventually he made it through to Ali’s Black Muslims. When asked by the clan’s spiritual leader Herbert Muhammad, “What’s with the dough?” he pulled $10,000 — pretty much all the money he had at the time — out of his silver ankle-boots and a preliminary deal was promptly signed and sealed on a sheet of hotel stationery. Zurich photographer Eric Bachmann accompanied Ali during his ten-day stay, on his winter jog through Zurich’s woods or buying shoes in a working-class neighborhood, going through his training drills and, finally, during the big fight, which rapidly climaxed in the seventh round when he knocked out the blond German giant Jürgen Blin. Muhammad Ali, Zurich, 26.12.1971 documents the events in brisk chronological order, as befits a boxer who “floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee,” in a rapid-fire succession of impressively intimate and humorous shots against the placid urban backdrop of mid-’70s Zurich. The book is richly illustrated with a great many facsimiled boxing match program pages and newspaper clippings”

  • 350,00 DKK

    Hatje Cantz for MAK Vienna & Center for Art and Architecture Los Angeles, 2000. Small 8° in wraps as issued. 78 pages, illustrated in color. Fine clean copy First edition

  • 245,00 DKK

    Great introduction to Evans and an American tradition in modern art and photography including works in photography and other mediums that influenced Evans or were influenced by him – Eugene Atget, Mathew Brady, Stuart Davis, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Edward Hopper, Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha, August Sander, Andy Warhol, and Edward Weston

  • 950,00 DKK

    “For 40 years, Edward Ruscha has been an influential voice in postwar American painting as well as one of contemporary art’s most significant graphic artists. From his first prints and artist’s books made in the early 1960s to his latest projects, Ruscha has created a body of editioned work that is uniquely American in both subject and sensibility. He first began making prints in the late 1950s, and produced his first lithograph in 1962, which was soon followed by his landmark book, Twenty-six Gasoline Stations. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Ruscha continued to publish similar books, filled with photographs depicting commonplace items or locations that commented on the sterility and anonymity of the Los Angeles landscape. These works are now considered pivotal in the history of the contemporary artist’s book”

  • 300,00 DKK

    “Cotton Puffs, Q-tips, Smoke and Mirrors: The Drawings of Ed Ruscha showcases Ed Ruscha’s singular vision and his wide range of highly personal mediums and techniques — from pastels and gunpowder to blood, coffee, and tobacco stains. Ed Ruscha’s work includes paintings, photographs, prints, books, and films, but his unique works on paper are perhaps his richest vein. Through his interpretations of cultural icons and vernacular subjects such as the Hollywood sign, trademarks, and gas stations, as well as his renderings of words and phrases in countless stylistic variations, Ruscha proposes a modern landscape based on keen observation and wry humor”

  • 245,00 DKK

    Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the United States Pavilion at the 51st International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale by Hatje Cantz, 2005. Small landscape in wraps as issued. 64 pages, illustrated in colors. Text in English by Joan Didion et al. A fold down the back…

  • 300,00 DKK

    Edited by Luc Sante and others. London: Phaidon, 2003. Large softcover. 160 pages. Richly illustrated. Fine copy of the excellent monograph on Richard Prince First edition

  • 300,00 DKK

    Small book with black and white photographs of snowmen, revealing Lynch’s fascination with their strange beauty as they melt in front of snow-covered houses in American sad suburbia

  • 599,00 DKK

    “With more than 250 images, this retrospective volume constitutes the most substantial overview of Lars Tunbjörk’s work. The book underlines how Tunbjörk succeeded in what he strives to do: weave together his subjective gaze, his state of mind and a documentary objective depiction of the world around him.Tunbjörk’s color images amplified the mundane and the absurd in a quietly surreal fashion using the hard light of flash photography, which became his signature style and influenced a subsequent generation of photographers”

  • 750,00 DKK

    With 45 photographs of prostitutes of Copenhagen by Krass Clement. First edition. Livre photo avec 45 photographies noir et blanc pour ce reportage au sein de la prostitution à Copenhague

  • 900,00 DKK

    Series of photographs from the last heydays of the once very popular traditional Copenhagen 6 Days Bicycle Racing, the race and the audience. From the photographer’s website: “[Clement’s] photographic work emerges from two traditions: The Scandinavian melancholy on the one hand and the ‘flaneur’ tradition from the Parisian school on the other. In his photography Krass is more concerned with capturing a state of mind than with situations. They are less documentary depictions than subjective moods somewhere between spectator and reality. Insisting on an artistic integrity, Krass Clement has created a strong personal body of work with the photobook as his favourite medium”.

  • 200,00 DKK

    Nivaagaard, 2009. Small 4to. Original grey clothed hardcover. 149 pp. Richly illustrated with photogaphs by Krass Clement. Text in Danish. Clean, unread unopened copy Exhibition catalogue from the largest presentation of Krass Clement’s photography so far. First edition

  • 100,00 DKK

    Gyldendal, 1958. Original hardcover, med omslag. 92 (2) pp. Navn på friblad foran samt tilskrift på halvtitel, i øvrigt et rent og pænt eksemplar   (Udvalgte Digte III) First Danish edition

  • 145,00 DKK

    Gyldendal, 1957. Original hardcover, med omslag. 86 (2) pp. Navn på friblad foran, i øvrigt et rent og pænt eksemplar. (Udvalgte Digte II) First Danish edition

  • 145,00 DKK

    Insel-Verlag, 1958. 8vo. Gebunden mit OU. 41 S. Gut erhalten. Schöne Insel Verlag Ausgabe

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    WATERMARK. First edition. New York. Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1992. Small 8vo in publishers hardcover with unclipped and protected jacket. 135 pages. Well preserved clean copy First edition

  • 90,00 DKK

    Forlaget L&R, 1993. Original lyseblåt kartonbind, med smudsomslag. 170 pp. Navn Første danske udgave, hardcover og trykt på godt papir

  • 300,00 DKK

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1980. 8vo in publishers hardcover with unclipped jacket. 25 (2) pages. Stamp to top edge else clean and overall a very good clean copy First US edition

  • 500,00 DKK

    End of the Game and Other Stories. FIRST US edition, including “Blow-up”. New York: Pantheon Books, 1967. 8vo in publishers hardcover with unclipped protected jacket. 277 pages. Overall a very good clean and attractive copy

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    New York: Pantheon Books, 1973. Small 8vo in publishers hardcover with priceclipped jacket. 152 pages. Stamp to top edge else clean and overall a very good clean copy First US edition  

  • 129,00 DKK

    Published by Vintage, 2019. Hardcover with fine jacket. 238 pages. New copy. 50th anniversary edition

  • 99,00 DKK

    Vintage Classics Paperback, 2020. 273 pp. New copy

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    London: Kestrel Books, 1978 (1962). Oblong 4to in publishers hardcover, with pricelipped jacket. Unpaginated. Illustrated in colo by Harald Wiberg. Text in English. Light wear to jacket, else clean and very good copy

  • 400,00 DKK

    Et ualmindelig smukt Enzo Mari objekt i dansk udgave

  • 400,00 DKK

    Et ualmindelig smukt Enzo Mari objekt i dansk udgave

  • 100,00 DKK

    Fanzine, tribute to the artist Kathy Acker with contributions by Valerie, Chris Kraus among others. Selfpublished, November 2017. 8vo. Stapled wraps as issued. Illustrated. Texts in various languages, mainly English

  • 1.400,00 DKK

    “In 1962, a then unknown couple, John (Joe) Orton and Kenneth Halliwell, were tried at Old Street Magistrates Court, London, charged with, ‘larceny, malicious damage and wilful damage’, involving hundreds of Islington Library’s book stock. Over the previous three years the pair had been secretly stealing these books, removing what amounted to thousands of valuable art plates and either using them to create alternative dust jackets for other books, (which were then returned quietly to the library’s shelves for unsuspecting browsers to find), or pasting them directly into a large and uninterrupted collage spanning the interior walls of their one-roomed flat on nearby Noel Road. The pair would receive a six-month custodial sentence for these actions. The reconfigured dust jackets were part of a decade of often shared creative endeavour; the two had written, collaged and entertained themselves with the combined fragments of Arts history and contemporary culture. This small flat their studio and living space, and where they enacted a loving relationship at a time when homosexuality was forbidden by law ‘in public and in private’. Their arrest and trial would be an abrupt curtailment of this private idyll and a turning point in their lives, setting them separately (though never entirely separated) on a path which would lead John to become Joe Orton, one of the fashionable playwrights of sixties London. Halliwell pursued his own creative path with further collage — but did so without fully finding an audience for his artwork to match Orton’s rapid theatrical success. Their deaths at Noel Road five years later in 1967 became the sensationalised end to what had largely been a private, enclosed life together; Orton murdered by Halliwell who then took his own life. Now, fifty years after the trial, Malicious Damage looks closely at the collaged dust jackets still remaining within the archive at Islington Local History Centre and focuses on the early collaborative nature of Orton and Halliwell’s relationship. Using the changing collage that had consumed such a large part of their lives in Noel Road as its frame, Malicious Damage underlines the visual and performative nature of their collaborations, as well as using the process of collage itself to investigate Halliwell and his work in greater detail”

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    350,00 DKK

    TCopenhagen: Space Poetry, 1997. 8vo in original photoillustrated blindstamped wrappers. Unpaginated. Illustrated throughout with color photographs. 1st edition. Fine clean copy Photobook by Danish artist Tal R. Included in Parr & Badger, Vol III and chosen as one the 28 most important Danish photobooks for the catalogue and exhibition ’28…

  • Out of Stock

    “Tehn there was the bad weather”: First edition of one of Hemingway’s best works, to some the very best of all his writings / Første udgave af ‘Der er ingen ende på Paris’.

  • 500,00 DKK

    Violette Editions, 2007 (1999). Original halfcloth with signature ribbon. 293 pp. Richly illustrated. Fine clean copy First major publication in English by French artist Sophie Calle, a “double game” between the work of Sophie Calle and the fiction of Paul Auster: Calle takes on the rules of ‘Maria’ from Auster’s…

  • 700,00 DKK

    “CINOC. La Vie Mode d’Emploi. Ein Kapitel aus dem Roman in der Übersetzung von Eugen Helmlé. Illustrationen Hannes & Florian Maubach” ONE OF ONLY 90 COPIES Ulstrup, New Graphic Society, 2016. 4° in original hardcover. 40 pages. Illustrated with fine color prints, around 20 in all. Handset, fine private print…

  • Out of Stock

    Forlaget Rosinante, 1999. 640 pp. Hft. En anelse brugsspor på hjørner Første danske udgave / First Danish edition

  • 300,00 DKK

    Informations Forlag, 1984. 4to. 48 pp. Hft. Rent og ganske pænt eksemplar med kun få brugsspor Første udgave, 1. oplag

  • 350,00 DKK

    Claus & Jesper Deleuran: Schiønning & Arve i “Occidentens Lys” 2. del “Den glemte dal” eller “Privatdetektiverne Continental & Goodyear og Onkel Ftata, Thorfinn & Mikkeline paa Eventyr”. Informations Forlag, 1982. 4to. 52 Hft. Rent og ganske pænt eksemplar med kun få brugsspor Første udgave, 1. oplag

  • 350,00 DKK

    Schiønning & Arve i “Occidentens Lys” eller “Mysteriet om den forsvundne DIAMANT” (alias Pirelli & Firestone). Informations Forlag, 1980. 4to. 45, (2) pp. Hft. Rent og ganske pænt eksemplar med kun få brugsspor. Første udgave, 1. oplag

  • 245,00 DKK

    Forlaget Corsaren, 1977. 64 pp. Hft. En del brugsspor på omslag og på kanter, men indvendig ren og alt i alt et ganske godt eksemplar

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    Informations Forlag, 1979. 4to. 44 pp. Hft. Første oplag. En del brugsspor

  • 200,00 DKK

    “Thorfinn eller: Den sandfærdige og ubesmykkede beretning om Thorfinn Karlsen Tågegårds lykkelige liv” & “Thorfinn eller anden del af den fortsatte og gennemillustrerede fortælling om døgenigten Thorfinn Karlsens oplevelser”. KOMPLET SÆT i 1. oplag. Politisk Revy, 1972 & 1974. 48 samt 47 sider. Det føste hefte med afskrab og lidt…

  • 300,00 DKK

    13″Den uartige Caroline. Fortællende vers og tegninger af Suzanne Lassen”. Gyldendal, 1978 (1929). Tvær8vo. Original kartonbind Rent eksemplar med kun mindre overfladiske brugsspor

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    The “Index” was sold during the 1967 holiday season as a “hip gift book”. It was available in both a Hardback ($ 12.95), a Softback ($4.95), and a signed boxed edition ($50.00). Both editions have the same interiors. The included flexidisc plays – not an unrecorded song by Nico and the Velvet Underground but – , a casually recorded actual conversation between Nico, Warhol, and others about producing and designing the book. Also in the original advertisement above for this book above, the “strange” rainbow nose was promoted as “a do it yourself nose job.” According to Billy Name the nose was Bob Dylan’s. The squeak that one hears on the accordion page was supposed to depict/sound like a fart. The tear off papers that some think were for dropping acid were actually designed to drop into water. Once in the water they dissolve and the name Andy Warhol floats to the top. The Castle design was pulled from a Hallmark Robin Hood promotional. The biplane came from one of Graphic International’s promo pieces. Much of the text/design was based on inside jokes between Warhol and his friends”.

  • 400,00 DKK

    “The Animals. With an Afterword by John Szarkowski”. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2014 (1969). Oblong 8vo hardcover, with jacket. 43 pages.   Second edition, 1st hardcover edition. Beautiful copy

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    On 18th December 1974, the Danish activist theatre group Solvognen brought a small army of Santa Clauses onto the streets of Copenhagen. They paraded through the city, singing songs, handing out sweets and hot chocolate, and asking everyone what they wanted for Christmas. Soon they were all over the place, their apparently naïve attempts to spread generosity and question greed causing scenes in supermarkets, banks, factories, schools and police stations – and ultimately in court, after the week-long performance culminated in a mass handout of presents directly from the shelves of Copenhagen’s biggest department store. Solvognen was an activist theatre group associated with the autonomous neighbourhood of Christiania in Copenhagen. They wrote, produced and performed many large-scale performance/actions throughout the 1970s, including the NATO Army (1973), the Santa Claus Army (1974), the Animal Army (1975), and the Rebild Action (1976).

    Very rare original edition fom 1975

  • Out of Stock

    Ungermann, Arne & Soya:. Det ny slaraffenland. Børnebog for børn i alle aldre. Illustreret af Arne Ungermann. Wilhelm Hansens Forlag, 1950. Stor 4to. (44) sider. Lidt kantslid men alt i alt et godt eksemplar Originaludgave, med litografiske tryk

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    “Peters Jul. Med Tegninger af Pietro Krohn”. Ottende Oplag. Gyldendal, 1934. Original illustreret kartonbind. Siderne lidt aldersplettede og lidt slidt ved hjørner. Godt eksemplar af den smukke klassiske udgave

  • 100,00 DKK

    Eugene Ionesco, Eugène & Philippe Corentin: Eventyr nummer 3 for børn over tre år. Berg, 1971. 4to. Original kartonbind. Upagineret. Illustreret i farver

  • 350,00 DKK

    Ovids Metamorfoser. På dansk ved Otto Steen Due. Med 30 raderinger af Pablo Picasso. Komplet med Ledsager til. Gyldendal, 2005. Hardcover, med lidt solbleget smudsomslag. 463 sider. Pænt rent eksemplar Første udgave i denne form

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    “Ovids Elskovskunst. Håndbog i hor.” På dansk af Otto Steen Due. Illustreret af Christian Lemmerz. Gyldendal, 2006. Original lærredsbind med smudsomslag (hardcover). 150 pp. Første udgave, pænt eksemplar

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    “Songs of Something Else: Selected Poems of Gunnar Ekelof”. Translated by Leonard Nathan and James Larson. Princeton University Press, 1982. Publishers hardcover with jacket. XIV, 168 pages. Light discoloring to jacjket else clean copy Fine bilingual Swedish-English Edition, 1st thus

  • 300,00 DKK

    New York: Random House, 1948. Original full cloth with green dustjacket and green topedge. 231 pages. Minor wear to jacket, now protected and inside clean. Overall a very good, attractive early copy First edition, Fourth printing, same year as the 1st

  • 300,00 DKK

    Ruedi Häusermann was born in Lenzburg, Switzerland, in 1948. Over the years, in and through his projects, he has developed his own music-theater language, for which he has received many awards and prizes (e. g. the Bayerischer Theaterpreis). In this language text, sound, image and scenery are treated as equivalent elements and woven into a comprehensive, finely ramified score. After having studied first economics and then music, he soon became interested in jazz and free improvisation (e. g. with his ensemble “The Immervollesäle”). He developed his first theatrical projects in collaboration with the painter Giuseppe Reichmuth. His solo project “Der Schritt ins Jenseits” of 1993 was his first deliberate attempt at putting the theatrical world into a context with the world of free music. All his works realized since then can be regarded as part of an ongoing research project that investigates how these two disparate environments can mutually open up spaces for each other

  • 140,00 DKK

    Barbara Londonet al (cur.): “Soundings: A Contemporary Score”.  New York: MoMA, 2013. Small 4to in wraps as issued. 84 pages. Near fine Artists included are Tristan Perich, Carsten Nicolai, Richard Garet, Haroon Mirza, Sergei Tcherepnin, Camille Normet, Jana Winderen, Hong-Kai Wang, Susan Philipsz, Toshiya Tsunoda, Luke Fowler, Jacob Kirkegaard, Christine…

  • Out of Stock

    Copenhagen: Arkitektens Forlag, 1957. 4to. Original lærredsbind med slidt smudsomslag, der nu er beskyttet i et syrefrit, aftageligt plastic-omslag (se fotos). 97 pp. Illustreret. Godt eksemplar Richly illustrated work on Arne Jacobsen. 2nd revised and enlarged edition. Very good clean copy. Dustjacket with pieces missing to back (see photos) but…

  • Out of Stock

    Haruki Murakami talking with conductor Seiji Ozawa on music. Highly recommended for everyone interested in classical music. XIX, 325 pages. New paperback.

  • 175,00 DKK

    Pænt eksemplar af den klasssiske “Bogen om Te”

  • 175,00 DKK

    Yukio Futagawa was born in Osaka in 1932. While studying art history he had the opportunity to visit the Kusakabe house in Takayama, Gifu Prefecture on recommendation from his teacher Yasushi Tanabe. That visit inspired Futagawa to travel across Japan and photograph traditional Japanese homes. In 1957, after six years of traveling and shooting, he published the 10-volume Nippon no minka [traditional Japanese homes] and received the Mainichi Publishing Culture Award in 1959. In 1970, he founded A.D.A. EDITA Tokyo. Among its publications are the GA series and The Collected works of Frank Lloyd Wright. Futagawa’s photographs, which document architectural history, both ancient and contemporary are themselves modernist masterpieces

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    Naoto Fukasawa & Jasper Morrison: Super Normal. Sensations of the Ordinary. Zurich: Lars Müller Publishers, 2020. Small softcover. 128 pages, 264 illustrations. New copy.

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    Paris Bookking International, 1993 (1982). Large hardcover with photographically illustrated dustjacket. 160 pages, illustrated throughout with toned black-and-white plates. Well preserved copy Fine copy of the classic monograph on Kertesz

  • 900,00 DKK

    “Photographs 1941-1995”. INSCRIBED by KELD HELMER-PETERSEN. A deluxe retrospective on five decades of work by Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen famous for ‘122 Farvefotografier’ (1948). With preface by Gerry Badger, introductory essay by Finn Thrane, interview by Martin Parr, and with a short introduction to every chapter by the photographer himself.…

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    Illustrationsforlaget, 1966. Lille hardcover, med omslag. Upagineret. Illustreret. Pænt rent eksemplar Første danske udgave / First Danish edition

  • 500,00 DKK

    London: The Architectural Association (AA), 1990, Small 8vo in black flexible boards with silver lettering. 108 pages, illustrated with b/w plates. Handwritten name of Danish architect to free front endpaper, else clean and overall a fine, well preserved copy First edition, 1st printing

  • 1.200,00 DKK

    Text by Mark C. Taylor. “Michael Heizer: Double Negative: Sculpture in the Land”. Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1991. Large squarish hardcover, bound in light brown paper covered boards  in the original printed paper dustjacket with a mylar protection layer. 80 pages, richly illustrated. Text in English. Excellent clean…

  • 350,00 DKK

    “Earthworks: Art and the Landscape of the Sixties”. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002. 4to hardcover with jacket. 316 pages. Illustrated. Fine clean copy First edition, hardcover “Suzaan Boettger offers the first comprehensive history of the Earthworks movement in the United States, providing a fascinating and in-depth analysis of the…

  • 700,00 DKK

    “In December 1968, the American artist Robert Smithson embarked on a field trip to the huge industrial complex in the Ruhr district of Germany. His local guides were the Düsseldorf-based artist duo of Bernd and Hilla Becher, and Konrad Fischer, in whose Dsseldorf gallery Smithson was scheduled to exhibit. The Bechers had begun their own project of photographing the vernacular industrial architecture of Northern Europe in the early 1960s, and had already spent several months photographing at Oberhausen as well as at adjacent industrial sites. The different series of photographs made by Smithson and the Bechers of the same site foreground their respective preoccupations with the industrial landscape and the process of production and entropy, with systems and their inevitable dissolution. Their contrasting bodies of work embody alternate perspectives on time: the Bechers’ sense of historical time and Smithson’s of the geological. Though formally divergent, each artist’s work comprises a radical rethinking of classical notions of beauty and landscape.”

  • 350,00 DKK

    Fine survey featuring work by Bern and Hilla Becher; Lynne Cohen; Judy Fiskin; Candida Hofer, Roger Mertin; Thomas Ruff; Edward Ruscha and Thomas Struth

  • 200,00 DKK

    Forlaget Politikens Revy / Rævens Sorte Bibliotek, 2001. 204 pp. Hft. Pænt eksemplar 1. danske oplag

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    Forlaget Vindrose og Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, 2006. 4to. 279 pp. Illustreret. Hft. Første udgave, 3. oplag. Pænt eksemplar

  • 245,00 DKK

    “During the 1960s and 1970s, Amsterdam was a nexus of intense art activities, drawing artists from all over the world including Stanley Brouwn, Gilbert & George, Sol LeWitt, Charlotte Posenenske, Allen Ruppersberg, and LawrenceWeiner. Reciprocally, some of the most influential Dutch artists traveled abroad extensively before establishing themselves in Amsterdam: Jan Dibbets studied in London, while Ger van Elk and Bas Jan Ader trained in Los Angeles. As a result of this new mobility, a dynamic cross-pollination of ideas and influences took place between artists of different nationalities, and many produced works directly related to the notion of travel and the city that fostered them. In & Out of Amsterdam presents more than 120 works including works on paper, installations, photographs and films by artists who were part of this remarkable creative culture. Essays, accompanied by lively illustrations and documentary photographs, illuminate the significance of these works as well as the unprecedented role that prints, bulletins, posters, mail art, artists books and ephemera played in the artists discourse”

  • 149,00 DKK

    Princeton Architectural Press, 2016. Large 8vo hardcover, with jacket. Around 50 pages, illustrated in colors throughout. Fine clean, unread copy First edition (stated)

  • 200,00 DKK

    Steen Ejlers, Steen, Jens Frederiksen, Paul-Philippe Pernoard m. fl. Forlaget Vandkunsten, 2008. Stor tværformat. 311 sider. Gennemillustreret. 1. oplag. Med privat inskription på halvtitelbladet ellers rent og pænt, ulæst eksemplar. Vedlagt avisartikel om Ib Andersen skrevet af Per Arnoldi

  • 300,00 DKK

    Edited by Erik Nørgaard: “Mary Willumsen – verdens første kvindelige erotiske fotograf” (‘Mary Willumsen – The World’s First Female Erotic Photographer’). Copenhagen: Holkenfeldt 3, 1993. Small 4°. Publisher’s photoillustrated hardcover. 104 pp. Profusedly illustrated with b/w vintage photographs of women – nudes or in bathing suits or underwear, all by…

  • 175,00 DKK

    “De forbudte billeder. Pornografiens historie fra forbud til frigørelse”. Forlaget Lindhardt & Ringhof, 2019. Stort format. Hardcover, med omslag. 391 sider. Rigt illustreret. Pænt og rent eksemplar. Vedlagt tre avisartikler 1. oplag

  • 300,00 DKK

    Carlsen, 1978. Stor 4to i hardcover. 64 sider Første danske udgave, 1. oplag, Fint, rent eksemplar

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    Fuga. Illustreret af Dea Trier Mørch. Forlaget Vindrose, 1985. 69 pp. Hft. 1. oplag Signeret af / Med DEDIKATION fra både Dea Trier Mørch og Ivan Malinovski  

  • 350,00 DKK

    The Andy Warhol Diaries. Edited by Pat Hackett. New York, Warner Books, May 1989. Original hardcover with fine protected dustjacket. XIX, 807 pp. With illustrations. Attractive very good clean copy First edition, first printing

  • 245,00 DKK

    Adventurous and curious, Stephen Shore hung out at Andy Warhol’s Factory nearly every day from 1965 to 1967. An insider, he photographed Warhol, as well as the Velvet Underground, Nico, Donovan, Edie Sedgewick and other Factory notables and celebrity visitors

  • 150,00 DKK

    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2016 (2015). Large 8vo softcover. 306 pages. Richly illustrated  

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    Editions Alpa, 1980. 4to slim landscape hardcover with fine jacket. Unpaginated, illustrated throughout with female nudes color photos. Fine clean copy 1st edition

  • 400,00 DKK

    London: Studio Vista, 1974. Small quarto hardcover with slightly worn but complete and now protected dustjacket. 127 pages with 101 photographies in héliogravure and offset, illustrated throughout. Very good above average copy First edition thus. Finely printed selection of Lartique’s photos of women, in bw and color

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    Large 4° in original magazine wrappers. Around 125 pages. Complete, well preserved 1969 issue of ” Du ” dedicated to Bruce Davidson’s classic photo essay documenting East 100th Street in New York City. This was the first published appearance of the essay and predates the book by at least one…

  • 750,00 DKK

    Edited and with photos by Leibowitz, Jeff Albertson, Ed Caraeff, Nevis Cameron, Michael Cooper, Henry Diltz, Michael Dobo, Barry Feinstein, David Gahr, Herb Greene, Elliott Landy, Annie Leibovitz, Jim Marshall, Jim McCrary, Stephen Paley, Ethan Russell, Bob Seidemann, Norman Seeff, Peter Simon, Guy Webster, Thomas Weir, et al. Photos of Mick Jagger, Jimi Hendrix, The Byrds, Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, Bob Dylan, Keith Richard, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Michelle Phillips & China, The Rolling Stones, John & Yoko, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Alice Cooper, Bette Midler, Bianca Jagger, The Band, The Allman Brothers, Paul Simon & Art Garfunkel, Carly Simon & James Taylor, Joan Baez, Miles Davis, David Cassidy, Joe Cocker, Elton John, Michael Jackson, Paul & Linda McCartney, Taj Mahal, George Harrison,Sly Stone, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Ray Charles, Johnny & June Cash

  • 700,00 DKK

    Rare Danish photobooks with photography by Morten Bo and text by Danish poet Knud Holten. Chosen as one the 28 most important Danish photo books for the catalogue and exhibition ’28 Danish Photographic Books’ (2006) in connection with exhibition ‘The Open Book’ by The Hasselblad Centre (2004).

  • 300,00 DKK

    “The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana. An Illustrated Novel”. New York: Harcourt, 2004. Publishers hardcover, with jacket. 469 pages. Illustrated. Fine clean copy First US edition

  • 400,00 DKK

    “A Contract with God and Other Tenement Stories: a Graphic Novel” – FIRST EDITION. New York: Baronet Publishing, 1978. 8vo in wraps as issued. Unpaginated, illustrated throughout. Name (neat) to titlepage else clean and very well preserved fine copy with only minimal shelfwear First edition, 1st printing of Eisner’s pioneering…

  • 350,00 DKK

    Fiftieth Anniversary Edition in Slipcase. New York: Grove Press, 2009. Hardcover in original slipcase. Purple and white cover in green slipcase. Black lettering and black edges. 299 pages. Fine clean copy

  • 950,00 DKK

    Rummet uden tid, 1-4 (1983-1989) KOMPLET SÆT bestående af Luderen fra Gomorra, Nord for tiden, Dinosaurernes morgen, Paradismaskinen. Udkommet på Forlaget Rhodos samt Gyldendal, 1983 til 1989. 4 bøger, alle i de originale heftede omslag. Omkring 1600 sider ialt Alle bøgerne i Inge Eriksen’s Science Fiction serie, alle i første…

  • 340,00 DKK

    Made You Look covers 20 years of Sagmeister’s graphic design. With a text by design historian Peter Hall and annotated with Sagmeister’s own writing, the book features images from the studio archive, as well as specific influences and reference points for his projects and ideas. Fully illustrated with a red PVC slipcase and silver-gilded pages, this monograph is a compilation of practically all the work Sagmeister and his studio ever designed up to 2001, even the bad stuf

  • 199,00 DKK

    Basilisk, 2021. 207 pp. Hft. Nyt eksemplar

  • 329,00 DKK

    Richly illustrated book on underground magazines and counter culture ephemera. Published by Spector Books, Leipzig 2020 (2015) and edited by Jan-Frederik Bandel, Annette Gilbert and Tania Prill. Oversized large book in printed wrappers, ringbound. 368 pages, illustrated in color throughout. Text by in English. New copy.

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    Basilisk, 2020. 183 sider. Hft. Nyt eksemplar.

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    “The Beatles: The Authorised Biography” written by British author Hunter Davies and published by Heinemann in the UK in September 1968 with the full cooperation of the Beatles and chronicles the band’s career up until early 1968, two years before their break-up. It was the only authorised biography of the Beatles written during their career

  • 249,00 DKK

    John Wiley & Sons, 2020. Small 8vo blue hardcover with gilt title. 128 pages. Text in English. With illustrations. Fine clean copy  

  • 1.200,00 DKK

    Helsinki: Rakennustieto 2001. 4to in stiff wraps as issued. 183 pages, illustrated richly. Text in English. Some minor wear to cover but overall a solid, tight very good and clean copy.

  • 200,00 DKK

    A New Nature, subtitled “9 Architectural Conditions Between Liquid and Solid”. Copenhagen: Arkitektens Forlag, 2015. Large 4to in publishers original stiff wrappers. 600 pages, 574 images, Text in English.
    Light shelfwear else an unread clean copy

  • 450,00 DKK

    Robert Smithson (1938-1973) – “an artist of paramount importance in postwar America, created radical new perspectives for landscape architecture, photography, art criticism, and site-specific installation. His Spiral Jetty – a 1,500-foot-long coil of rock built in 1970 at the edge of the Great Salt Lake – is widely appreciated as one of the most significant art projects of the twentieth century. Less well known is the connection between the Jetty and the nearby Golden Spike National Historic Site, location of the completion of the first U.S. transcontinental railroad. The link between these two monuments is but one facet of an entire complex of historical reference and reflection that structures Smithson’s work. Mirror-Travels encompasses the full span of Smithson’s career, offering a close analysis of the artist’s working model of history and featuring comprehensive case studies of three of his most influential works: “The Monuments of Passaic”, “Incidents of Mirror-Travel in the Yucatan”, and the Spiral Jetty. Incorporating abundant new material from Smithson’s personal papers and library, Jennifer Roberts offers surprising new interpretations about the artist and his responses to the social, ideological, and material contradictions of his time.”

  • 350,00 DKK

    Robert Smithson (1938-1973) – “an artist of paramount importance in postwar America, created radical new perspectives for landscape architecture, photography, art criticism, and site-specific installation. His Spiral Jetty – a 1,500-foot-long coil of rock built in 1970 at the edge of the Great Salt Lake – is widely appreciated as one of the most significant art projects of the twentieth century. Less well known is the connection between the Jetty and the nearby Golden Spike National Historic Site, location of the completion of the first U.S. transcontinental railroad. The link between these two monuments is but one facet of an entire complex of historical reference and reflection that structures Smithson’s work. Mirror-Travels encompasses the full span of Smithson’s career, offering a close analysis of the artist’s working model of history and featuring comprehensive case studies of three of his most influential works: “The Monuments of Passaic”, “Incidents of Mirror-Travel in the Yucatan”, and the Spiral Jetty. Incorporating abundant new material from Smithson’s personal papers and library, Jennifer Roberts offers surprising new interpretations about the artist and his responses to the social, ideological, and material contradictions of his time.”

  • 400,00 DKK

    “Smithson’s pioneering earthworks of the 1960s and 1970s anticipated contemporary concerns with environmentalism and the site-specific character of artistic production. His interrogation of authorship, the linear historiography of high modernism, and the limitations of the museum prefigures key themes in postmodern criticism while underscoring the uniqueness of Smithson’s own work as an artist, filmmaker, and writer. Gary Shapiro’s elegant and incisive study of Smithson’s career is the first book to address the full range of the artist’s dazzling virtuosity. Ranging from Smithson’s best known works such as “Spiral Jetty” and “Partially Buried Woodshed” to his photographs, films, and theoretical readings and writings, Shapiro’s masterful book analyzes Smithson’s art in relation to the legacy of American art of the 1960s and central philosophical themes in its contemporary reception”

  • 200,00 DKK

    “Foucault Live – Collected Interviews, 1961-1984”. Edited by Sylvere Lotringer & John Johnston. Semiotext (E) Foreign Agents, (1996). Paperback. 478 pages. Clean copy

  • 300,00 DKK

    “Important essays from one of the giants of literary criticism, including a dozen published here in English for the first time. (…) Erich Auerbach (1892-1957), best known for his classic literary study Mimesis, is celebrated today as a founder of comparative literature, a forerunner of secular criticism, and a prophet of global literary studies. Yet the true depth of Auerbach’s thinking and writing remains unplumbed. Time, History, and Literature presents a wide selection of Auerbach’s essays, many of which are little known outside the German-speaking world. Of the twenty essays culled for this volume from the full length of his career, twelve have never appeared in English before (…) Foregrounded in this major new collection are Auerbach’s complex relationship to the Judaeo-Christian tradition, his philosophy of time and history, and his theory of human ethics and responsible action. Auerbach effectively charts out the difficult discovery, in the wake of Christianity, of the sensuous, the earthly, and the human and social worlds. A number of the essays reflect Auerbach’s responses to an increasingly hostile National Socialist environment. These writings offer a challenging model of intellectual engagement, one that remains as compelling today as it was in Auerbach’s own time”

  • 200,00 DKK

    “at first a confessional autobiographical novel in the grand manner, claiming and extending the legacy of Proust and Mann. But it is more: Peter Nadas has given us a superb contemporary psychological novel that comes to terms with the ghosts, corpses, and repressed nightmares of Europe’s recent past. A Book of Memories is made up of three first-person narratives: the first that of a young Hungarian writer and his fated love for a German poet; we also learn of the narrator’s adolescence in Budapest, when he experiences the downfall of his once-upper-class but now pro-Communist family and of his beloved but repudiated father, a state prosecutor who commits suicide after the 1956 uprising. A second memoir, alternating with the first, is a novel the narrator is composing about a refined Belle Epoque aesthete, whose anti-bourgeois transgressions seem like emotionally overcharged versions of the narrator’s own experiences. A third voice is that of a childhood friend who, after the narrator’s return to his homeland, offers an apparently more objective account of their friendship. Together these brilliantly colored lives are integrated in a powerful work of tragic intensity. The language is sensuous, erotic, and analytic radical in its physical intimacy and political candor. A Book of Memories is a radiant, unforgettable accomplishment”

  • 245,00 DKK

    New York: Harcourt, 2008. Publishers hardcover with fine unclipped dustjacket. (4), 238, (1) pp. Fine clean copy  

  • 200,00 DKK

    Verlag Arthur Niggli / Gerd Hatje, 1968. Squarish large 8vo hadcover with dustjacket. 192 pages, very richly illustrated. Text in both German and English. Clean and well preserved attractive copy. 1st edition

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    Tokyo: Shokokusha, 1955. 4to in publishers hardcover, no dustjacket. 100 pages with 158 finely printed bw photographs by Carver. Text in both English and Japanese. Well preserved clean copy First edition

  • 345,00 DKK

    Danish artist Lene Adler Petersen maybe most famous for her part in “The Female Christ” (1969) with husband Bjorn Noergaard where she walked naked with a cross through the Copenhagen Stock Exchange in order to remind society of Christ’s visit to the temple (dealings were suspended for the rest of the day) and “Horse Sacrifice” (1970). ‘Kvindetegnet’ (♀) is a main conceptual art work by Lene Adler Petersen originally from 1974 (‘Udklip på papir med kvindetegnet’). The present book collects for the first time the complete illustrations

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    145,00 DKK

    Gyldendal, 1964. Original kartonbind. Upagineret. Illustreret i farver. Godt rent eksemplar med kun mindre brugsspor Første udgave

  • 1.800,00 DKK

    “Fragments of a City. Chicago Photographs”.Copenhagen: Hans Reitzel, 1960. Original photoillustrated wrappers. (42) pp. A small mark to front cover (see photo) that looks to be a mistake from the printer / publisher, else clean and very fine copy with the spine title label preserved Inscribed by Helmer-Petersen to inner…

  • 175,00 DKK

    30 GASBETONHUSE (30 GAS CONCRETE HOUSES). Copenhagen: Dansk Gasbeton Aktieselskab, 1956. Publisher’s spiral wraps, mostly intact. 100 pp. Illustrated with architechtural drawings. A stain to lower edge of last page else clean and overall a good to very good copy Cover illustrations by Keld Helmer-Petersen First (and only) edition. Scarce…

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    Ernst & Sohn, 1990. in-4 hardcover, with fine jacket. 112 pages, illustrated in color. Text in English. Fine clean copy First edition

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    Copenhagen: Arkitektens Forlag, 1960. 4to. Original lærredsbind med et slidt men komplet smudsomslag, der nu er beskyttet i et syrefrit, aftageligt plastic-omslag (se fotos). 132 pp. Illustreret. Godt eksemplar / Very good copy with the original worn dustjacket, now protected in acid-free mylar. Overall a very good copy 1st edition

  • 175,00 DKK

    Copenhagen: Arkitektens Forlag, 1989. Stort format. Hardcover, uden omslag. 179 pp. Illustreret sort/hvid og farver 1. edition. No dustjacket, else fine and clean copy

  • 200,00 DKK

    Copenhagen: Arkitektens Forlag, 1990. Large oversized 4to hardcover with dustjacket. 144 pages, richly illustrated. Text in Danish. Well preserved copy / Fint eksemplar af den danske udgave.

  • 200,00 DKK

    Danish Architectural Press, 1963. Tall4to. Publisher’s hardcover. 106 pp. Profusedly illustrated w. b/w photographs. Text in both Danish and English. Some wear around the edges of cover else inside clean and bight. Overall a very good copy First edition Danish family houses by Arne Jacobsen, Moltke Nielsen, Finn Monies et…

  • 100,00 DKK

    Hans Henning Hansen m.fl.  Kbh., 1953. 4to. 30 pp. Hft. Illustreret. Huse af bl.a. Jorn Utzon, Arne jacobsen og Vilhelm Lauritzen. Med fotografier af Bror Bernild og Erik Hansen

  • 245,00 DKK

    Zürich: Les Editions d’Architecture, 1967. Oblong 4to. Publisher red and orange cloth with dustjacket. 244 pp. Profusedly illustrated throughout. All text in both German, French and English. Clean copy. Overall a very good / near fine attractive copy First edition. Comprehensive classic monograph on the works of Sert in the…

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    “In the early 1990s, Martin Kippenberger developed the idea of a global underground network: METRO-Net. Although it is one of the artist’s most fascinating projects, his premature death in 1997 meant that it could only be implemented in rudimentary form. In 1993, a metro entrance was built on the Greek island of Syros, followed by two more: one in 1995 in Dawson City in Canada and the other in 1997 on the new Leipzig exhibition grounds. This created a means of travelling in the boundless space of the imagination. Its usability depends on the imagination: without the willingness to visualize tunnel tubes and moving underground trains, this project remains a ”nonsensical building plan.“ But the moment we accept the artwork as a mode of transport for ”mind travellers,“ then its full power can unfold. Kippenberger’s METRO-Net was intended to counter life’s predictable, rationally oriented parameters with a romantic sense of the world”

  • 400,00 DKK

    Edited by Thomas Millroth: “Martin Kippenberger in Tirol. Sammlung Widauer”. Flat Mountain Press – Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König – Ystad Konstmuseum, 2000. 8vo in stiff wraps as issued. 119 pages. Richly illustrated, with text in both German and English. Near fine, clean copy First edition, 1st printing

  • 240,00 DKK

    “German artist Martin Kippenberger died in 1997 (b. Dortmund 1953). His work has been internationally celebrated since his death and now occupies a solid place in the most important art collections and museums in the world. Now as then, the question as to the value of his work triggers lively debate: praised as the Beuys of the 1980s, the German Warhol or Picabia’s successor, he is equally well known as a dilettante and genius, enfant terrible and provocateur, relentless networker and visionary. Largely ignored by the art market for decades, he strove for recognition, which he initially received from only a small circle. For Kippenberger, who was merciless in his criticism, there was no joke too personal or too close to the bone, no provocation too injurious in testing how far he could go, not only with his opponent, but also with himself. The professional selfpublicist understood like no other before him in Germany how to make a show out of his art and his life, always doing so in a way that simultaneously pushed back the boundaries of art itself. Once the ball was rolling, it was not allowed to stop. Kippenberger spared neither himself nor others and his short but intense life and extremely diverse corpus of work are a testament of this. The interview book “”Kippenberger & Friends”” comes closer to uncovering Kippenberger the myth, through 25 conversations with artists, curators, gallerists, and friends. And it is predominantly the latter who give us their view on someone who left a lasting impression on them, in descriptions that are contemplative, funny, critical, and also selfironic. The extremely personal memories bring to life not only Kippenberger himself; they also create a dense picture of the cultural life in a Germany which, torn between the sensationalist Springer press and student revolts, the hedonistic consumer culture of yuppies and the provocative rebellion of the punk scene, still had to become convinced of the maxims of its own actions. Josephine von Perfall started her doctorate degree on Martin Kippenberger in 2010 at the Department of History of Art at the University of Cambridge. The role he played in the development of postwar German art, in particular in his capacity as a “networker,” cannot, von Perfall asserts, be overestimated, and it is this role that is the key to understanding one of the most important chapters in German postwar art”

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    Carlsen, 1973 (Svensk 1965). Original kartonbind (hardcover). 206 pp. Illustreret af Tove Jansson. Lille bitte stød øverst i kanten foran på cover (se foto) ellers helt ren og fin Første danske udgave

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    Carlsen, 1972. Original kartonbind (hardcover). 127 pp. Illustreret af Tove Jansson. Bind med en anelse brugsspor, indvenig ren og alt ialt et pænt eksemplar   Første danske udgave.

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    Carlsen, 1975 (1968). Original kartonbind (hardcover). 147 pp. Illustreret af Tove Jansson. Dansk udgave. Bind med lidt brugsspor, invendig ren

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    Carlsen, 1994. Original kartonbind (hardcover). 127 pp. Illustreret af Tove Jansson. Dansk udgave. Pænt eksemplar.

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    Lort nok (‘Enough Shit’). Copenhagen: Eks-Skolens Forlag, 1982. 8vo. Original photoillustrated wrappers. 104 unpaginated pages, illustrated throughout with b/w photographs by Soren Svendsen of the Danish punk scene 1980. Excellent clean copy with only the most minimal wear to spine and edges of cover. Inside clean and bright First edition

  • 245,00 DKK

    “Det Stof Drømme er Gjort af. En bog om transvestitter og kønsroller” (‘This is What Dreams are Made of’). Copenhagen: Forlaget Tiderne Skifter, 1992. Original softcover. 112 pp. Text in Danish. Inscribed by photographer. Near fine

  • 199,00 DKK

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2019. Later printing. Publishers hardcover, with jacket. 173 pages. With photos. Text in English. New copy

  • 249,00 DKK

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2015. Later printing. Publishers hardcover, with jacket. 255 pages. With photos. Text in English. New copy

  • 119,00 DKK

    Harper Collins Ecco Paperback, 2010. 279 pages plus appendix. With photos. Text in English. New copy

  • 3.000,00 DKK

    Hermann Larsen & Clemmensen, Carl Henrik: Kobenhavn ved Nat [Copenhagen by Night]. Copenhagen: Jespersen og Pios Forlag, 1935. Small 4to. Original spiral-bound black and white photoillustrated wrappers. 8, 48 pp. With 48 black-and-white photographs in photogravure by Hermann Larsen. Introduction by Carl Henrik Clemmensen. First edition, first printing. Extremely rare…

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    From 1979 to 1985, Avedon traveled extensively through the American West on a commission from the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, Texas, ultimately producing an exhibition at the museum and the present book. Included are compelling portraits of people: ranch hands, drifters, slaughter house workers, miners, oil field workers, salesgirls, factory workers, farmers, and children

  • 300,00 DKK

    “PICTURES. Erstes internationales Festival des erotischen Films 1971 / First Internation Erotica Film Festival 1971” Germany: Olympia Press, 1972. Oblong 8vo in wraps as issued. Unpaginated with around 130 pages, short intro text in German else illustrated with film stills throughout. Cool book design by Adolf Heinzlmeier With 4 stills…

  • 2.500,00 DKK

    Copenhagen: Hans Reitzel, 1969. Oblong8vo. Unpaginated with 14 pages text and 98 photoillustrated pages with high contrast black and white photographs. Discoloring and wear to edges of cover. Week in hinges but most pages still holding. Original pice sticker to back cover (12.50 kr). All in all a good to…

  • 350,00 DKK

    “Piero Gilardi is a pioneer of Arte Povera and a proud advocate of an ecological-concerned undertaking in visual arts. He is a peripatetic artist who gathered information about experimental art and creators in the 1960s, promoting the work of Richard Long or Jan Dibbets, and introducing Bruce Nauman or Eva Hesse into Europe. He is also a political activist who marched with FIAT workers in the 1970s, and who founded, in the 2000s the Living Art Park, commissioning earthworks to contemporary artists such as Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster or Lara Almarcegui. For all this and for much more—his design and fashion creations, his social endeavors, etc.—Piero Gilardi is emblematic of the evolutions of art and society of the last five decades. He is an artist whose works and theoretical researches are still relevant to map what art could achieve and how art could be useful in the “real world.”

  • 400,00 DKK

    Curated by H. Szeemann & Jean Clair. Venice: Alfieri editore, 1975. Tall 8vo ( 27,5 x 14,5 cm) in original stiff wrappers (no jacket). 236 pages, illustrated. Text in both French and German. Name stamp of previous owner to innercover. Clean inside. Overall a near fine copy 1st edition of…

  • 200,00 DKK

    Bridget Riley: Complete Prints 1962-2005. Second Revised Edition. London: Ridinghouse 2005 – Softcover, 110 pages; . 8vo. Stiff wraps. 110 pp. Text in English. Illustrated Second revised and enlarged edition. Fine, clean copy

  • 100,00 DKK

    Dusseldorf: Kunsthalle 1971. Square 8vo in wraps as issued. 106 pages, mostly illustrations, mainly in black and white with only a few in color. Text in German. Name of previous owner to innercover and an ink note first page Cool small catalogue, designed by Berndt Carow. 1st edition

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    The 2016 Windham-Campbell Lectures, 2016. 12mo small paperback. 109 pages. Fine copy Signed in hand with black pen to titlepage by Patti Smith

  • 300,00 DKK

    Ghent, Belgium: Published by the Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (S.M.A.K.), 2010. 4to in wraps as issued.160 pages, illustrated throughout. Fine clean copy with only most minimal shelfwear First edition. – Published on the occasion of Ed Templeton’s mid-career survey at the SMAK. Essays by Thomas Caron, Jean-François Chevrier, Arty…

  • 300,00 DKK

    “Amerikabilder 1962-93. Photographs from America between 1962 and 1993”. Näsviken: BildiBok, 1995. Small 4to in softcover with dustjacket. 80 pages with 54 full page photographs. Fine copy First edition, signed in hand to titlepage by Gerry

  • 70,00 DKK

    Den lille prins. Med illustrationer af forfatteren. Jespersen og Pios Forlag, 1958. 95 pp. Hft. Illustreret i sort hvid Tidlig dansk udgave – første udgave, 5. oplag

  • 1.500,00 DKK

    Thames and Hudson Ltd, 2006. Large oversized very heavy oblong hardcover, with fine jacket. Text in English. 150 illustrations, 127 in color. Fine clean copy First edition thus A sumptuously produced introduction to the ideas and methods of one of the most influential artists and theorists of the twentieth century.…

  • 450,00 DKK

    “Josef Albers’ rigorous investigations into color have had a decisive effect on art in the twentieth century and beyond. His teaching posts at the Bauhaus, Black Mountain College and Yale enabled him to bequeath his theories to several generations of artists and designers, from Max Bill and Mark Rothko to Eva Hesse and Ray Johnson. Published for an exhibition at the Morgan library, and with an abundance of previously uncollected works, this volume unveils the full bounty of Albers’ works on paper: lithographs, linocuts, woodcuts, screenprints and etchings. Since the prints lack the just-visible brushwork of Albers’ paintings, allowing color to emerge without surface blemish, some have argued that they constitute a more effective illustration of his color theory”

  • 220,00 DKK

    SOUND Documents of Contemporary Art. Edited by Caleb Kelly. London: Whitechapel Art Gallery, Arts Council England & MIT press, 2011. 8vo in stiff wraps. 238 pages. Clean fine copy Critical writings and artists’ statements on sound in art. Artists surveyed include Marina Abramović, Vito Acconci, Doug Aitken, Maryanne Amacher, Laurie…

  • 300,00 DKK

    New York: Simon & Schuster, 1993. Publishers hardcover with uncut well preserved dustjacket. 491 pages. Fine clean copy First edition, 1st printing

  • 175,00 DKK

    New York MOMA, The Museum of Modern Art, 2007 (1966). Square softcover. 156 pages with 172 b/w photographs. Fine copy An indispensable photobook classic. Included in Parr & Badger

  • 200,00 DKK

    Akbar del Piombo [pseud. for Rubington, Norman] MOONGLOW: A Modern Adventure by OSP ( (Orthophonic Syntax Pullulator), ex-military computer, decoded by Akbar del Piombo with collages by Rubington. FIRST EDITION. New York: Beach Books, 1969. Square 8vo (20cm by 20cm), c. 100pp. Illustrated throughout in black & white. Original printed…

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    Akbar del Piombo [pseud. for Rubington, Norman] “Fuzz Against Junk. The Saga of the Narcotics Brigade”. New York: Beach Books, 1969 (1957). Square 8vo (20cm by 20cm), c. 90pp. Illustrated throughout in black & white. Original printed card wrappers. Light rubbing and creasing of the cover. Very good clean copy…

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    Brugsskabe tegnet af arkitekt Erling Jessen : FDB Møbler (Meubles de rangement / Nützliche schränke / Utility cupboards) Special Issue of Mobilia Snekkersten : Mobilia, 1965. Square 4to in original wraps. 16 pages plus cover with folding flaps. Dampstained worn copy. Pages had been stuck partly together and are wavy.…

  • 300,00 DKK

    Et gavekort på tre hundrede kroner til Kirkegaards Antikvariat

  • 289,00 DKK

    “Jonas Mekas was a force of nature – an untiring artistic energy field. He disregarded genres and broke all the rules, always favoring pure expression and experimentation over formulas and expectations. He was / is one of the most inspiring artists I’ve ever encountered – the poets’ version of a Kung Fu Master. Long live Jonas Mekas!” –Jim Jarmusch”

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    “Jonas Mekas was a force of nature – an untiring artistic energy field. He disregarded genres and broke all the rules, always favoring pure expression and experimentation over formulas and expectations. He was / is one of the most inspiring artists I’ve ever encountered – the poets’ version of a Kung Fu Master. Long live Jonas Mekas!” –Jim Jarmusch”

  • 169,00 DKK

    Jonas Mekas’s autobiography I Had Nowhere to Go describes his survival in the camps and his arrival in New York. Mekas tells a universal story, that of an émigré who can never go back, whose loneliness in his new world is emblematic of human existence. Published by Spector Books, 2020.…

  • 500,00 DKK

    Det Danske Forlag, 1949. Indbundet i det originale hardcover bind med smudsomslag og i den originale kassette, rødt topsnit. 401 pp. Illustreret af Mads Stage. Særdeles fint og rent eksemplar Første danske udgave / First Danish edition, 1st printing

  • 500,00 DKK

    Et gavekort på fem hundrede kroner til Kirkegaards Antikvariat

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    Det Danske Forlag, 1949. 401 pp. Hft. Illustreret af Mads Stage. Flot, rent og stadig uopskåret eksemplar Første danske udgave / First Danish edition, 1st printing

  • 700,00 DKK

    Berlin: Compton Verney, 2005. Small thick 8vo. Hardcover in dustjacket. 644 pages illustrated with numerous color photographic images throughout. Only minimal shelfwear to jacket edges else fine clean copy First edition. Cited in Parr and Badger , Vol 3. The” J. Street Project” is a film and photography project with…

  • 100,00 DKK

    “The Penal Colony: Stories and Short Pieces”. Translated by Willa and Edwin Muir. New York: Schocken Books, 1971. Paperback. 317 pages. Clean copy with only minor wear to wraps

  • 145,00 DKK

    ‘Kære far, forstå mig ret’ Kafkas brev til sin far”. Udgivet af Nansensgade Antikvariat, 1985. 84 pp. Hft. Tilskrift på friblad foran ellers pæn 1. danske udgave  

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    Penguin Paperback, 1967. 218 pages. Cover a bit faded else clean and fine copy

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    Alef. Noveller. Centrum, 1983. 147 pp. Hft. Oversat til dansk ved Uffe Harder. Senere også udkommet som ‘Aleffen’ Godt eksemplar

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    Forlaget Vandkunsten, 2008. 80 pp. Hft. Omslag med lidt brugsspor

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    Gyldendal, 1985. 107 pp. Hft. Lidt brugsspor

  • 300,00 DKK

    London, Jonathan Cape, 1954 (1952). Original blue, decorated cloth with an original, unclipped, jacket. 127 pp. Minor foxing to topedge, inside clean and overall a very good, attractive contemporary copy  

  • 200,00 DKK

    Edited with an Introduction by Derek Stanford. Four Square Books / New English Library Limited, 1967. Small 8vo paperback as issued. 31 pages text and 99 plates in bw. Very good clean copy 1st edition thus

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    Tom Slaughter: Set of 3 items: “Views of New York” & “New York View, Construction Work, Hats and Boats : a Portfolio with Four Screen Prints” (2 x catalogue in wraps) plus a small, finely printed original Durham Press advertising folder illustrated by Slaughter measuring 4,8 x 4 inches (papersize)…

  • 1.500,00 DKK

    “After completing The Americans in 1958, Robert Frank put aside the single image and concentrated throughout the 1960s on film-making. He only returned to still-photographs in the 1970s, using a Polaroid camera with black-and-white positive/negative film. He frequently layered the images with text, which he inscribed by hand onto the Polaroid negative. Frank found that these works allowed him more freedom to “destroy that image, that perfect image”. In recent years Robert Frank has worked almost exclusively with Polaroids, exploring the collage and assemblage possibilities of the instant photograph. Seven Stories brings together sequences of single images Frank has been compiling to create books of new work. As always the photographs and stories relate to Frank’s life and milieu, his homes in Mabou and New York, or a trip to China or Spain. This collection of small books is a new stage in the practice of this remarkable artist who continually challenges the limits of photography and film and strives to avoid repeating himself”

  • 300,00 DKK

    British classic. Great photobook containing Ward’s images of the British at leisure in the mid-1970s. Includes 90 photographs, captions by Cameron. Companion publication to Homer Sykes’ ‘Once A Year: Some Traditional British Customs’

  • 199,00 DKK

    Det lyse kammer. Bemærkninger om fotografiet. Rævens Sorte Bibliotek, 2019. 159 pp. Hft. Med illustrationer. Nyt eksemplar.

  • 200,00 DKK

    Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1982. 8vo in publishers hardcover with dustjacket well preserved. 300 pages. Fine clean copy Cover with drawing by David Levine. First edition  

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    “the language of the fashion magazine—the structural analysis of descriptions of women’s clothing by writers about fashion—Barthes gives us a brief history of semiology. At the same time, he identifies economics as the underlying reason for the luxuriant prose of the fashion magazine: “Calculating, industrial society is obliged to form consumers who don’t calculate; if clothing’s producers and consumers had the same consciousness, clothing would be bought (and produced) only at the very slow rate of its dilapidation”

  • 200,00 DKK

    Samlerens Bogklub, 1974. 361 pp. Hft. Ryg solbleget. Rent eksemplar

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    New York: Dell Books, 1965 (1964). Small 8vo. Original softcover. (94) pp. Ilustrated throughout with well printed photographs in black and white by Richard Avedon. Attractive, clean copy of the first paperback edition Avedon classic: sharply cut, intense black and white minimalistic portraits of people looking directly in the camera,…

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    Bloomsbury Paperback, 2021. 275 pp. New copy

  • 299,00 DKK

    Informations Forlag, 2021. Hardcover. 464 sider. Nyt eksemplar

  • 80,00 DKK

    Gorgi Book, 1979. Paperback. 557 pp.

  • 250,00 DKK

    Phaidon Press Ltd, 2000. Oblong 8vo hardcover. Unpaginated. Illustrated in color throughout. Fine clean copy First edition

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    Borgen, 1982. 124 pp. Hft. Omslag med en smule brugsspor, en rift på bagomslag, men indvendig ren og frisk. Alt i alt et godt eksemplar

  • 100,00 DKK

    Victoria’s Lyd / Billedbog af fr. VICTORIA BUDT “håndbog / udtryk / erfaringer / praktiske anvisninger / politisk sammenhæng / uprofessionelle billeder / lir”. Kbh., 1980. Tværformat. Original heftet fotoillustreret omslag. 79 sider. Rigt illustreret med fotos og tegninger. Omslag med fold og et stempel på omslag og titelblad fra…

  • 1.500,00 DKK

    Danish anti-establishment / riot photobook

  • 400,00 DKK

    Danish anti-establishment / riot photobook

  • 200,00 DKK

    26Lars Efskind (after MAO’s Little Red Book): Soldatens lille røde bok (bruksbok for soldater). Oslo: Pax, 1970. 12mo. 174 pp. Pocket. Nogle brugsspor First edition thus. Very interesting Norwegian “Small Little Red Book for Soldiers”

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    Det kommunistiske Manifest. Illustreret af Dea Trier Mørch. København: Forlaget Rhodos, 1971. Lille 8vo hardcover med originalt omslag. 86 pp. Tilskrift på friblad forrest ellers fin. Bogen er smukt tilrettelagt af Michael Malling Første udgave i denne form

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    Penguin Classic Paperback, 2020 (2001). 423 pp. Fine copy. First edition

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    “The First Forty-Nine (49) Stories by Ernest Hemingway”. London: Jonathan Cape, 1954 (1939). Original cloth (hardcover). With priceclipped very good original dustjacket. 471 pp. Clean well preserved charming contemporary copy

  • 199,00 DKK

    A singular hybrid of photography and poetry that captures 50s Harlem in times of change

  • 500,00 DKK

    To smukt trykte bøger på henholdsvis 24 og 48 sider med heliografiske tryk i to farver af Claus Carstensen og med essays af Søren Ulrik Thomsen. Dét, hvorom man hverken kan tale eller tie rummer essayet af samme navn, mens Sort pamflet indeholder to tekster, nemlig ”Der er kun én” (om filmen Eksorcisten) samt essayet ”Derfor tror jeg på Djævelen”

  • 1.500,00 DKK

    Josef Albers catalogue with ORIGINAL SILKSCREEN PRINT

  • 349,00 DKK

    C. H. Beck, 2021. Large 8vo (app. 21 x 27 cm) in hardcover, with jacket. 369 pages. Text in German. New copy

  • 100,00 DKK

    S. Fischer Verlag 1960 (Schocken New York 1952). 8vo. Original hardcover med omslag. 287 pp. Inskription på halvtitelblad ellers ren

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    “To You, the People of New York.”: Weegee’s photobook masterpiece illustrated with 239 powerful, gritty black-and-white photos. “one of the great documentary photobooks… ‘Naked City’ is essentially a nocturnal book, to be put alongside Brassaï and Brandt… Beneath its Rabelaisian tough-guy exterior, this is a book with heart” (Parr & Badger I:145)

  • 300,00 DKK

    BFOTOMONTAZE MIECZYSLAWA BERMANA / Mieczyslaw Berman: PHOTO-COLLAGES Poland: Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Artystyczno-Graficzne RSW “Prasa”, 1964. Oblong 8vo in wraps as issued. 23,5×21,5 cm, 11 pages text in Polish and 36 full page plates, several with colors. Near fine clean copy with light edgewear First edition. Scarce Mieczyslaw Berman was one of…

  • 175,00 DKK

    “Hungary’s Fight for Freedom: A Special 96-Page Picture Report by the Editors of Life”. New York, Time Life, 1956. Original stapled wraps as issued. 96 pages. Fully illustrated. Wrappers worn, with tears etc. Just about acceptable copy. Comes in acid-free archival plastic pocket. Complete orginal issue Documentary photography in one…

  • 900,00 DKK

    Gyldendal, 1963. 55 pp. Hft. Navn på halvtitelblad og kantslitage. Dog et godt eksemplar. Sjælden set første udgave, 1. oplag. Omslag af Mogens Poulsen

  • 199,00 DKK

    Gyldendal, 2021. Hardcover. 76 sider. Nyt eksemplar

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    Det. Gyldendal, 1969. 239 pp. Hft. Omslaget af Austin Grandjean. Første udgave, 5. oplag. Godt eksemplar.

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    Gyldendal, 2021. Hardcover. 40 sider. Nyt eksemplar

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    Gyldendal, 1996. Stort format. Hardcover, med omslag. 383 sider. Rigt illustreret i farver. Nærmest som ny.

  • 400,00 DKK

    Cologne: Koenig Books for Museum Ludwig, 2005 to 2006. 4to in stiff wraps, no jacket, as issued. 192 pages. Richly illustrated. Text in both English & German. Fine clean copy First edition

  • 175,00 DKK

    Designed by the artist herself, this publication focuses primarily on her video works. Rosemarie Trockel began working with the medium of film in 1993, pursuing the line of development that had begun with her sculptures and objects. Her most famous works are her knit images. Her videos are concerned with people and animals, as in the slow-motion video entitled Out of the kitchen into the fire (1993), in which a female nude viewed from the rear lays an egg filled with black ink. Bizarre constellations and sequences reveal a certain irony in these works. Rosemarie Trockel’s precise observations of natural processes, her use of materials, which she alters, reinterprets and places in unusual and surprising contexts, make her a very interesting contemporary artist. Rather than producing new “images” herself, she has the capacity to generate new images in the mind of the viewer”.

  • 239,00 DKK

    In The Darkness of the Night (Nella notta buia..). Corraini Editions, 2020 (1956). 8vo hardcover. Unpaginated. llustrated richly with texts in both English and Italian. New copy

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    The Very Hungry Caterpillar – INSCRIBED by Eric Carle. New York: Philomel Books / Putnam & Sons, 1994. 12mo oblonged small hardcover. Well preserved copy First Board Book edition (stated) SIGNED IN HAND / Inscribed in hand to Danish illustrator Werner Wejp-Olsen (WOW). First published by the World Publishing Company…

  • 175,00 DKK

    Af Rolf Læssøe. Udkommet på Politikens Forlag, 1992. Lille 4to i hardcover, intet smudsomslag. 42 sider. Illustreret, delvist i farver  

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    Danish artist Lene Adler Petersen, famous for her part in “The Female Christ” (1969) with husband Bjorn Noergaard where she walked naked with a cross through the Copenhagen Stock Exchange in order to remind society of Christ’s visit to the temple (dealings were suspended for the rest of the day) and “Horse Sacrifice” (1970).  This publication reproduces her drawings and is a main work, limited to 500 signed copies, and this copy also inscribed by the artist, dated 2006

  • 200,00 DKK

    “Ear Lights, Eye Sounds. Expanded Cracked Everyday Electronics”. Ediziona Periferia, Luzern, 2014. Large 4to in hardcover, no jacket as issued. 23 x 31 cm, 272 pages, illusrated richly. English text First edition “(1–3) Making the audiovisual recording for the exhibition My first sonic Lok at Bahnmuseum Albula, Bergün, 2013. Installation…

  • 299,00 DKK

    Nele Dechmann, Nicola Ruffo & Agnieszka Sosnowska (cur.):. “Learning from Warsaw: 20 Lessons”. Warsaw Castle, Kodoji Press, 2013. Large oversized in stiff wraps as issued. 96 pages; in English. Some surface marks to back cover, else clean and crisp; no internal marks First edition. “The city of Warsaw is interesting…

  • 300,00 DKK

    Phaidon, 2000. Oblong 8vo brick-size book, paper covered hardcover boards with 575 plates of the artist’s “word” work, most in color. Near fine / fine clean copy First edition

  • 300,00 DKK

    Distributed in UK with sticker to titlepage and spine Aidan Ellis Publishing 1974 but else identical to New York: Ballantine Books / E. P. Dutton, 1970. Gray hardcover boards with white spine lettering. Complete with the metallic silver priceclipped dustjacket with black lettering and illustration. Unpaginated, around 150 pages. Illustrated…

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    New York: Aperture, 1985. Small square hardcover, with dustjacket. 48 pages. Fine clean copy, looks unread First edition, 2nd printing. Excellent copy

  • 300,00 DKK

    New York: New York Graphic / Polaroid Society Boston, 1988. Small 4to hardcover with jacket. 93 pages with 61 black and white prints and an essay by the photographer. A fine copy Very fine collection of black and white images made with Polaroid film exquisitely printed. Paul Caponigro studied with…

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    New York: Umbrage Edition with Magnum, 2000. Small 8vo in landscape format in wraps. 120 pages. Illustrated throughout. Only minimal shelfwear else overall a collectable fine clean and well preserved copy First Edition (stated) / First Printing, softcover

  • 700,00 DKK

    “The Torrents of Spring, a Romantic Novel in Honour of the Passing of a Great Race”. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1928 (1926). Original hardcover publisher’s cloth with title stamped in red, complete with a facsimile dustjacket. 143 pp. Some wear mainly to upper spine and corners. Inside clean and…

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    Published by Road Movies / Greno Large Softcover as issued, 1984. Heavy thick 8vo in wraps as issued. 512 pages, with the full original movie script in English, German, French. Illustrated richly with 375 pages of stills and pictures from the movie. Only minimal wear to cover. Above average clean…

  • 245,00 DKK

    Boca Raton, FL: Iris Publications, 1990. Small oblong quarto in wraps as issued, 95pp., illustrated in b&w. Minor wear to wraps, inside clean and overall very good. 1st edition

  • 200,00 DKK

    Munich: Schirmer & Mosel, 1999. Large squarish hardcover with jacket. 108 pages, illustrated with male nudes throughout. Text in both German & English. Light wear to jacket, else overall a very good clean copy  

  • 700,00 DKK

    Jonathan Cape, London, 1995. Large extra big and heavy folio (11.75 x 12.5 inches) in hardcover with the original slipcase. 139 pp., richly illustrated with photos throughout, mostly full page, including some folding. Essays by Edmund White. Title page in red and black. Bound in original black cloth with titles,…

  • 450,00 DKK

    “Philosophical Investigations – Philosophische Untersuchungen”. Translated by G. E. M. Anscombe. SECOND EDITION, revised. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1958. Large thick 8vo in publishers blue clothed hardcover with the original slightly worn but now protected dustjacket (see photo). x,229+229,xivpp. Contemporary (neat) name to free font endpaper else overall a near fine,…

  • 245,00 DKK

    Af Sidse Martens Gudmand-Høyer, Birgitte Geert Jensen, Tom Nielsen, Inge Vestergaard, Kari Moseng, Rune Christian Bach, Karen Olesen. Arkitektens Forlag, 2021. 411 sider, rigt illustreret. Som nyt eksemplar, uåbnet

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    Giorgio Agamben with Cesare Casarino & Vincenzo Binetti:. Means Without End – Notes on Politics (From the Series “Theory of out Bounds”). University of Minneapolis, 2020. Small paperback. 152 pp. Fine clean copy “An essential reevaluation of the proper role of politics in contemporary life. In this critical rethinking of…

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    University of Stanford paperback, 2004. 102 pp. Clean copy, as new Presumably a first printing

  • 200,00 DKK

    Hadi Tabatabai: Daruni. LIMITED HAND NUMBERED COPY. Anthony Grant Gallery and The Stephen Wirtz Gallery, New York and serendipity 13, 2007. Large 8vo Hardcover. No dustjacket as issued. 82 pages. Includes numerous color illustrations. Dent to lower corners else clean near fine / fine copy First edition. Number 681 of…

  • 700,00 DKK

    Cees W. De Jong et al. New York: Abrams, 2015. Large heavy hardcover with fine dustjacket. 392 pages, richly illustrated, mainly in color. Text in English. Fine clean copy First edition

  • 400,00 DKK

    Copenhagen / London: Rocket Gallery, 2010. 4to. Publisher illustrated boards. (78) pp. Illustrated throughout. Near fine / fine copy with minimal edgewear to cover From the famous Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen – the artist also known for ‘122 Colour Photographs’: Created in collaboration with Jens Frederiksen and book designer Michael…

  • 175,00 DKK

    Copenhagen/London: Rocket Gallery, 2011. 4to. Publisher illustrated boards. (78) pp. Illustrated throughout. Light shelfwear Second volume of the ‘Black’ books by the famous Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen – the artist also known for ‘122 Colour Photographs’: Created in collaboration with Jens Frederiksen and book designer Michael Jensen this new book…

  • 399,00 DKK

    Strandberg Publishing, 2019. Stort format. Hardcover. 302 sider. Rigt illustreret. Nyt uåbnet eksemplar

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    Broby-Johansen, R. (Rudolf):. Blod. Politisk Revy – Socialistisk Bogklub, 1988 (1922). 78 pp. Hft. Initialer på halvtitel foran eller pænt eksemplar Fin udgave der reproducerer originalens størrelse og design meget fint  

  • 400,00 DKK

    Iconic photobook of the sixties

  • 349,00 DKK

    Enghelab Street, Revolution Street, is located in the centre of Tehran – a main artery in the city’s cultural life with a host of bookshops. The publication presents a variety of photographic and propaganda books collected by Iranian artist Hannah Darabi. Drawing on works published between 1979 and 1983—years corresponding to the short period when freedom of speech prevailed at the end of the Shah’s regime and the beginning of the Islamic government—she takes us to the heart of an intense artistic and cultural period in Iranian history. Darabi has developed a visual essay accompanied by a critical apparatus written by Chowra Makaremi. The publication with its extensive landscape of books gives us the opportunity to look at rare printed matter for the first time

  • 300,00 DKK

    “To the Gregg family, hunting is just plain fun. To the girl who lives next door, it’s just plain horrible. She tries to be polite. She tries to talk them out of it, but the Greggs only laugh at her. Then one day the Greggs go too far, and the little girl turns her Magic Finger on them. When she’s very, very angry, the little girl’s Magic Finger takes over. She really can’t control it, and now it’s turned the Greggs into birds! Before they know it, the Greggs are living in a nest, and that’s just the beginning of their problems….”. Dahl had originally begun work on it in 1962, under its original title of The Almost Ducks. In the story, an eight-year-old girl, who hates to see animals killed for fun, develops a special power. The book was part of a project in which a group of writers were asked to create a story for children with a limited vocabulary. Dahl, who was very much against animal cruelty, wrote this anti-hunting story against “all the brave deer hunters and duck hunters in the country”. However, Dahl’s publishers were initially wary of repercussions from the US gun lobby and so waited until their option to publish had expired. It was first published by Harper & Row in New York in 1966 under the present title” (P. Harrington).

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    Carlsen, 1972. Folio. Original kartonbind (hardcover). (24) pp. Illustreret med malerier af Henri Rousseau i farver. Godt solidt eksemplar  

  • 240,00 DKK

    Edited by Ernst-Gerhard Güse and Franz Armin Morat. Prestel Publishers, 2011. Small 4to in hadcover flexi-boards. 167 pages, richly illustrated in color. Text in English. Very good, clean copy

  • 300,00 DKK

    Chr. Ejler’s Forlag, 2002. 4to. Original kartonbind med smudsomslag (hardcover). 173 pp. Illustreret i farver. Pænt, helt friskt eksemplar

  • 1.200,00 DKK

    London 1941. Publisher’s oversized large hardcover, no jacket. 8 pages text and 48 numbered plates full page female nudes in gravure. Light soiling to cover, and lower right corners lightly dented, not affecting plates, else a very good clean copy First edition. A photobook nude classic, very beautiful prints, very…

  • 600,00 DKK

    Edited by Katharine Holabird: “Women on Women. Twelve Photographic Portfolios” London: Aurum Press, Inc., 1978. Large heavy 4to. Publisher’s hardcover with dustjacket. 165 pp. Illustrated throughout with photographs by D. Turbeville, Karin Szekessy, Alice Springs, Sacha, Marcia Resnick, Christa Peters, Sarah Moon, Linda Benedict Jones, Irina Ionesco, Jo Alison Feiler…

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    “JETTE BANG: Fra isbjørnens bug” – Nannup naavanit – From the Belly of the Polar Bear. Milik Publ., 2014. Large oversized 4to blue clothed hardcover with pasted on photographs to front and back. In original slipcase. 194 pages, richly illustrated with finely printed photos. Text in both Danish, Greenlandic and…

  • 175,00 DKK

    Brøndum, 1982. Lille 12mo. 136 pp. Original hæftet omslag. Med grafik af Helle Thorborg. Flot rent eksemplar. Beautiful small book with handmade paper. Text in both Spanish and Danish, illustrated with original color lithos by H. Thoborg. First edition thus

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    Glemmebogen. Femten digtere i dansk gendigtning, 2. oplag. Redigeret og oversat af Ivan Malinovski og med cover af Öyvind Fahlström. Borgens Billigbøger, 1963. 127 pp. Hft. Tekster af bl.a. Georg Trakl, Neruda og Paul Celan

  • 400,00 DKK

    Med dedikation fra Dea Trier Mørch til sin bror Andreas Trier Mørch. Forlaget Rhodos, 1969. 94 pp. Hft. Illustreret af Dea Trier Mørch. Pænt eksemplar Første oplag, dette eksemplar med en fin håndskrevet dedikation fra Dea Trier Mørch til sin bror Andreas Trier Mørch, dateret 1969

  • 99,00 DKK

    Verso Paperback, 2021. 87 pp. New copy

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    Aschehoug Minerva Billigbog, 1960. 256 pp. Hft. Pænt eksemplar

  • 175,00 DKK

    OVO press 2021. 307 pp. Hft. Ny eksemplar

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    “FREEDOM. Four Songs of Care and Constraint”. London: Jonathan Cape, 2021. Hardcover, w jacket. 288 pages. New copy 1st edition

  • 200,00 DKK

    Washington National Gallery of Art & Zurich Scalo, 1994. Squarish 4to in wraps. 34 pp. Illustrated throughout. Clean and very well preserved First edition

  • 500,00 DKK

    Paris uden Eiffeltårn (‘Paris uden Eiffeltaarn’ or ‘Paris ohne Eiffelturm’). Copenhagen: Rhodos, 1970. 4to. Publisher’ black cloth with dustjacket. Title in gold. Unpaginated. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs. Clean and bright fine copy. Dustjacket with small tears and tiny loss to upper left front and lower front edge (see photo)…

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    Paris After Dark or “Paris by Night”. The English edition of Paris de Nuit. With an Introduction by Paul Morand London: Thames & Hudson, 1987 (1933). Large 4to hardcover with jacket. 48 pages text and 64 full page plates printed in duotone. Minimal wear to jacket spine and light discoloration…

  • 500,00 DKK

    Paris: Flammarion, 2002 (1993 in French). Large oversize very heavy Quarto in publishers hardcover with well preserved jacket. 153 & [7] pages, with a frontispiece portrait of the photographer and profuse full-page illustrations of Brassai’s photographs of the graffiti carved and painted on the walls of Paris. The text, in…

  • 340,00 DKK

    London, Mitchell Beazley, 2003. Large fine hardcover with jacket. 200 pages, photo-illustrated, partly in colour. Fine clean copy. 1st edition Classic and useful reference work on the art of photography, building a collection, the photographic print, buying and selling photographs, displaying and caring for photographs; with a chronology of the…

  • 400,00 DKK

    In the early 1970s, when Jacob Holdt first arrived in the US with 40 dollars in his pocket, he planned to travel quickly across the country to South America. But, totally shocked and fascinated by what he discovered, he ended up staying five years. His family could scarcely believe the letters he sent them detailing the poverty he saw, so his father sent him a cheap amateur camera in order that Holdt could send home proof of his claims. Living as a vagabond, selling his blood twice a week, hitch-hiking over 100,000 miles, he depicted an incredible and unique portrait of America and its underclass. The books first print run was sold out in a couple of weeks and several editions of this book was later published – including editions in Sweden and Germany but this is the rare true first edition and first printing of ‘American Pictures’. Parr & Badger II, 247

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    Kaare P. or Kaare Per Johannesen:. erotisk glæde. fotofeature (‘erotic pleasure. photo-feature’). Copenhagen: Chr. Erichsens Forlag, 1969. Original white wraps. Unpaginated. App. 100 pages. Illustrated throughout with very fine black and white photographs. Edgewear to cover as always else well preserved, tight and clean Largely unknown Danish photobook with photographs…

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    MEET THE DANES. Photos Jesper Hom. Text Henning Nystad. Copenhagen: Rhodos, International Science Publishers, 1965. 4to. Original wrappers. (128) pp. Illustrated throughout with very fine b/w photos. Laminate loss and peeling and lower spine with a little scraping (see photos) else only minor wear to cover, mainly edges but overall…

  • 100,00 DKK

    New York: Flash Books, 1974. Small squarish 8vo in stiff wraps as issued. 90 pages, illustrated throughout with bw portraits of Sly Stone, Mick Jagger, Warhol, The Stones, Zappa, Carly Simon, Joni Mitchell. Ultra cool early 70s photobook. Light edegewear and discoloration to cover else clean and very good solid…

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    Author explores the sexual impact of clothes, bodily modification as foot-binding and head-flattening, on modern man, the enjoyment of discomfort of clothes, reviewing all kinds of penintential or captive gear.

    Bernard Rudofsky (Austrian-American, 1905–1988) was an architect, curator, critic, exhibition designer, and fashion designer whose entire oeuvre was influenced by his lifelong interest in concepts about the body and the use of our senses. He is best known for his controversial exhibitions and accompanying catalogs, including Are Clothes Modern? (Museum of Modern Art [MoMA], 1944), Architecture without Architects (MoMA, 1964), and Now I Lay Me Down to Eat (Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1980). He was also famous for his mid-20th-century Bernardo sandal design

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    Bernard Rudofsky (Austrian-American, 1905–1988), architect, curator, critic, exhibition designer, and fashion designer whose entire oeuvre was influenced by his lifelong interest in concepts about the body and the use of our senses. Best known for his controversial exhibitions and accompanying catalogs, including Are Clothes Modern? and Architecture without Architects. He was also famous for his mid-20th-century Bernardo sandal designs

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    Redigeret af Tina Jørstian m. fl. Udgivet hos Gyldendal, 1994. 4to. Original hardcover. 304 sider. Rigt illustreret. Diskret navn på halvtitelblad forrest ellers særdeles fint og rent og pænt eksemplar Første udgave

  • 450,00 DKK

    New York: Aperture, 2012 (1986). Original photoillustrated softcover 147 pp. Illustrated with 126 colour photographs. Text by Nan Goldin. Fine copy The Nan Goldin classic, unsurpassable ‘The book has been immensely influential (…) the first (and best) of a whole photobook genre that we might term the confessional mode’ (…)…

  • 350,00 DKK

    Paris: Maison Europeenne de la Photographies, 2007. Large 4to in hardcover with original dustjacket. Unpaginated, illustrated with photos in color throughout. Near fine copy, clean and with only most minimal superficial edgewear “Tell me what you discard, I’ll tell you who you are.” : This long-term project took many years…

  • 549,00 DKK

    First edition thus: Flowers was made in an edition of only 15 copies by Caldecott Chubb in New York in 1978, this being the first trade printing

  • 99,00 DKK

    Penguin Paperback, 2020. 207 pp. New.

  • 240,00 DKK

    New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1977. Publisher’s hardcover complete with an unclipped slightly worn, now protected, dustjacket. 207 pp. Name removed from front free andpaper else very good and clean copy 1. edition, first printing of one of the most influential books to have been published on photography

  • 300,00 DKK

    SELF-PORTRAIT was Friedlander’s first monograph and one of the most influential monographs. As Martin Parr and Gerry Badger write of the first edition in The Photobook: A History, Vol. I, Friedlander “critiques the act of photographing, laying bare the process, and emphasizing that it is about personal point of view. SelfPortrait is a complex, subtle work that functions as an oblique document of contemporary experience.” This is a beautifully produced, faithful, and worthy edition, adding a few well-known images not originally included and John Szarkowski’s essay

  • 175,00 DKK

    Jrp Ringier for Van Abbemusem et al, 2012. Small 4to in stiff wraps as issued. 216 pages, richly illustrated. Backcover with scraping from pricetag removed else clean and fine, unread copy

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    Christian Ejlers’ Forlag, 1977. 160 sider. Rigt illustreret i s/h. Heftet. Første danske udgave

  • 300,00 DKK

    “The Artist, Infinity, Suprematism. Unpublished writings 1913-33. Vol. IV “. Edited by Troels Andersen. Copenhagen: Borgen, 1978. Softcover as issued. 261 pp. With illustrations b/w Wrappers with considerable edgewear and some pages dog-eared else a clean and solid and overall good copy Unpublished Writings from the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Translated…

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    350,00 DKK

    “Jeg har ikke lukket et øje. En billedroman” (I haven’t shut an eye. A picture novel). Copenhagen: Borgen, 1978. 8vo. Original wrappers. 211 pp. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs Light edgewear, overall well preserved, a clean and near fine copy. First edition Danish graphic artist, filmmaker and photographer…

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    Copenhagen: Gyldendal, 2014. 4to. Original hardcover. Illustrated throughout with full page black and white photographs. As new / Fine unopened copy still sealed First edition – . By the author of ‘Drum’: photo documentary on Copenhagen’s Vesterbro around the cinema Saga – photographs from 30 years, never before published

  • 400,00 DKK

    Færgen (‘The Ferry’). Copenhagen: Gyldendal, 1999. Large 4to. Original wrappers. 190 pp. Illustrated throughout with full page black and white photographs. A dent to upper right corners, going through first part of the book (see photo) else overall an acceptable even very good clean copy First edition. By the author…