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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…

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    Iconic photobook of the sixties

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    Edited by Richard D. Marshall. New York: Phaidon, 2003. Large very heavy hardcover, no jacket as issued. 272 pages, richly illustrated. Only most minimal shelfwear – a clean tight fine copy First edition of the first complete survey of Ruscha’s career

  • 345,00 kr.

    ED RUSCHA with a contribution by Phyllis Rosenzweig. Published by Scalo for Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, 2000. 4° large heavy hardcover with jacket. 206 pages 172 illustrations 100 in color. Text in English. Light surface marks to back cover (see photos) else a fine and clean copy…

  • 175,00 kr.

    Ed Ruscha: Birds Fish and Offspring. With essay by Paul Ruscha. Published by C&M Arts in cooperation with Gagosian Gallery, New York, 2002. 4to in blue wraps as issued. 42 unnumbered pages, richly illustrated. Fine copy 1st ed

  • 245,00 kr.

    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…

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    Ed Ruscha Photographer. Steidl, (2006). Red 8vo hardcover with a tipped-in photograph.184 pages with 214 illustrations. Fine copy First edition (stated) “Although known for his paintings and drawings, California artist Ed Ruscha has also attracted critical attention for his photography. (…) Ed Ruscha, Photographer, depart from earlier books to explore…

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    “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”

  • 500,00 kr.

    Alexandra Schwartz: “Ed Ruscha’s Los Angeles”. MIT Press, Cambridge MA, 2010. Small hardcover with jacket as issued. 336 pages with 74 black and white illustrations. Text in English. Fine clean and unread copy First edition “The first critical examination of the groundbreaking work of the artist who exemplifies West Coast…

  • 450,00 kr.

    Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. Oblong small 4to in wraps as issued. 136 pages, illustrated throughout with finely printed color photographs. Light edgewear, overall a near fine / fine clean copy First edition, 1st printing “Change is endemic to the West: We cannot return, either as a culture or as…

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    Let Us Now Praise Famous Men: Three Tenant Families. Revised edition New York & Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1969 (1941). Publisher’s hardcover with dustjacket. XVI, 469 pp. Only minor signs of use, overall a very good attractive copy Revised printing. The 1941 had only half as many photographs, this is a…

  • 100,00 kr.

    2. reviderede udgave. Oversat af Michael Helm. Informations Forlag, 2004. 168 sider. Hft