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    The IKEA 1976 catalogue (KATALOG 76, Danish version). Sweden / Denmark, 1976. Small 4to in original wraps as issued. 99 pages, illustrated in colors throughout. Some wear to cover and edges with a fold to lower right corners throughout, but clean and solid. Overall a good to very good copy…

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    The IKEA 1979 catalogue (KATALOG 89, Danish version). Sweden / Denmark, 1979. 4to in original wraps as issued. 211 pages, illustrated in colors throughout. Very good condition only light wear to covers. Complete Original 1979 catalogue. original IKEA 70s catalogues are ultra scarce

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    The IKEA 1972 catalog (KATALOG 72, Danish version). Sweden / Denmark, 1971. Small landscape 4to in original wraps as issued. 75 pages, illustrated in colors throughout. Front cover a bit wrinkled else a clean and well preserved very good copy with only minor edgewear Original 1972 catalogue : original IKEA…

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    The IKEA 1971 catalog (KATALOG 71, Danish version). Sweden / Denmark, 1971. Small landscape 4to in original wraps as issued. 75 pages, illustrated in colors throughout. Clean well preserved very good copy with only minor edgewear Original 1971 catalogue : original IKEA 70s catalogues are ultra scarce

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    “Who influenced the style of the Wiener Werkstätte (WW) from the moment it was founded in 1903? Names that immediately come to mind are those of the great male artists Josef Hoffmann, Koloman Moser, and Dagobert Peche. Yet, from the outset, women artists were also involved in the WW’s creations. Their number grew constantly until the company’s liquidation in 1932, and especially in the interwar years Mathilde Flögl, Maria Likarz, Felice Rix, or Vally Wieselthier defined the look of the WW with fantastic fabric patterns and expressive ceramics. In the course of our research, about 180 female artists were identified and approximately half of these are represented in this exhibition book. Educated at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts and employed at the WW by Hoffmann, the women designed fabrics, fashion, home accessories, toys, and commercial art and, in addition, also took over the field of ceramics where they were able to work purely artistically. Furthermore, they also developed exceptional murals for interiors—be it flats, restaurants, or exhibition spaces. Although highly recognized at their time, the women artists were mostly forgotten after the end of the WW. The catalog and exhibition want to give them a face and raise awareness for an oeuvre that was involved in constituting the unique position of the Wiener Werkstätte between Art Nouveau and Bauhaus”

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    Monroe, Marilyn. – Wynn, Dan. – Rose, Ben. – Kane, Art (ed.):. Seventeen Magazine, July 1953: JUST FOR YOU. Seventeen Magazine, 1953. Large magazine format in original wrappers. 120 pages. Complete magazine. Only minimal edgewear. Excellent copy A rare original vintage Seventeen Magazine issue in super condition, very rare thus.…

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    Wynn, Dan. – Rose, Ben. – Kane, Art (ed.):. Seventeen Magazine, July 1952: MONEY MATTERS. Seventeen Magazine, 1952. Large magazine format in original wrappers. 104 pages. Complete magazine. Only minimal edgewear. Near fine copy A rare original vintage Seventeen Magazine superissue : a perfect example of Art Kane’s and his…

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    Edited by Germano Celant & Lisa Dennison. New York, New York: Fifty Years of Art, Architecture, Photography, Film, and Video. Milan: Published by Skira, 2006. Large very heavy hardcover with jacket. 546 pages, richly illustrated. Text in English. Light wear to edges and jacket. Overall a very good or near…

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    “EAST UP WEST DOWN – Fotografiske skitser fra New York”. SIGNED COPY. Selfpublished, 1988. Oblonged small 8vo in wraps as issued. (50) pp. Some edgewear to cover else well preserved copy Extremely rare (never seen another copy..) Danish artist book with photographs and collaged photos by Per Henriksen. Keith Haring’s…

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    “Nick Knight’s debut publication presents an unflinching vision of skinhead culture. A reaction to the Hippie lifestyle of the sixties and seventies, and strongly influenced by Mods and Jamaican rude boys, the skinhead movement itself was started in the mid-sixties by working-class youths in England. Knight immersed himself in their world and was able to create a genuine portrait of the youth subculture in the early eighties.The book features both written and visual musings on the style, music and behaviour that came to define the movement. The now-iconic Skinhead has become an essential fashion reference which helps to contextualise Nick Knight’s artistic and photographic trajectory”

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    Cy Twombly (English Version), edited by Jonas Storsve. Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou / Sieveking 2020 (2016). Oversized squarish 4to hardcover with dustjackeyt. 320 pages with over 200 illustrations in color. Text in English. New copy Great retrospective from the Centre Pompidou show

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    23FREE TOWN OF CHRISTIANIA. – PLAKATER. – POSTERS. – : Christiania Plakater 1971-78. Copenhagen: Informations Forlag, 1978. Tall large 4tom in stiff wraps as issued. 143 pp. Richly illustrated with rare counter culture posters in black and white and color. Some edgewear to cover as always but overall above average,…