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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”.

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    Flemming Arnholm & Klaus Rifbjerg. Copenhagen: Forlaget Rhodos, 1969. Original paper boards. Unpaginated. Light, barely visible soiling to one of the panels and tiny surface marks to one of the cover panels, some overall minor wear to edges else fine, clean and above average well preserved copy Largely unknown 60s…

  • 400,00 kr.

    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: 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…

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    “Paris by Night”or Paris After Dark, the American edition of Paris de Nuit. With an Introduction by Paul Morand New York: Bulfinch Press, 2001 (1987 / 1933). Large 4to hardcover with jacket. 48 pages text and 64 full page plates printed in duotone. Light wear to jacket, inside clean and…

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    Danish anti-establishment / riot photobook

  • 175,00 kr.

    Copenhagen, Gyldendal, 1970. Large 4to in original wraps with jacket. Very fine, clean and well preserved copy. 122 pp. Richly illustrated A very beautiful and still underrated photobook by Danish architect and photographer Christian Elling. Black and white photos of buildings, roof tops, windows, details of houses and streets in…

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    “Timeless and yet a body of work very much of its own post-modern time” (Danto): In a series of photographs evoking B-movies, French New Wave cinema and the films of Hitchcock, Cindy Sherman portrays herself in a variety of guises as stereotypical female characters

  • 750,00 kr.

    Hattfabriken / Luckenwalde, 2012 – Photographs by Gerry Johansson. SIGNED copy. Johansson & Jansson AB, 2012. 8vo. Green linen with pasted on photo. 144 pages with 76 photographs in b/w. Short text in both German, Swedish and English First edition The project Hattfabriken/Luckenwalde (2009, 2011–12) began with a conversation in…

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    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…

  • 345,00 kr.

    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

  • 200,00 kr.

    FAITH, HOPE & LOVE – Jacob Holdts America. ENGLISH VERSION. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2008. Large 4yo in wraps as issued. 151 pp. Richly illustrated. Text in English. New, unopened copy still in publishers shrinkwrap First edition