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    Internationale Situationniste, No. 5 – Decembre 1960 Paris: Internationale Situationniste, 1960. 8vo in original metallic silvery gold-coloured wrappers with white inside covers. 52 pages. Fine with only minimal edgewear. Inside clean and bright 1. edition This issue contains Jorn’s essay La creation ouverte et ses ennemies (“Open Creation and Its…

  • 950,00 kr.

    Internationale Situationniste, No. 4 – Juin 1960 Paris: Internationale Situationniste, 1960. 8vo in original metallic red-orange coloured wrappers with “mirror” inside covers. 38 pages. Spine slightly sunned and with some metallic color missing in one spot (see photos). Inside clean and bright and overall a near fine copy 1. edition.…

  • 950,00 kr.

    Paris: Internationale Situationniste, 1963. 8vo in original metallic yellow-golden coloured wrappers with white inside covers. 68 pages. Spine slightly worn at top of spine (see spine). Inside clean and bright and overall a very good copy 1. edition The editorial board consisted of: Asger Jorn, Helmut Sturm & Maurice Wyckaert

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    The Situationist Times, the first issue

    “A striking achievement which represents a fascinating counterpoint to the International Situationniste journal, and a creative path forward past the sectarian fallout of the IS. The graphic design of the periodical likely influenced some of the designs for the posters of the movements of May 1968, which De Jong participated in”

  • 175,00 kr.

    Edited by Josep M. Munoz: Barcelona: Actar / Macba, 1999. Small 4to in flexible hardcover as issued. 205 pages, richly illustrated, mainly in color. Text in both French and Catalan. Near fine clean copy with only light shelfwear to corners of cover Fine monograph on Hains’ work. From the collection…

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    “La collaboration de Guy Debord à Fin de Copenhague, petit livre spontané fait en vingt-quatre heures, a été plutôt remarquée: les effets s’en sont répandus avec une étonnante vitesse, en quelques mois, parmi les spécialistes du livre d’art et de la typographie, en Amérique et en Europe. Ce rayonnement d’influence n’a pas cessé de s’enchaîner depuis” (Gérard Berréby Textes et documents situationnistes, 1957-1960. Paris: Allia, 2004, p. 96). Avec Mémoires (1958), Fin de Copenhague peut être aujourd’hui considéré comme l’un des livres réellement révolutionnaires du vingtième siècle. Ils ne sont pas seulement les témoins de l’amitié entre les plus importants fondateurs de l’Internationale Situationniste mais ils annoncent déjà les futures interventions de ce groupe ultra-radical. “Debord et Jorn possèdent à un haut degré ce qui pour nous est l’essentiel, cette propension au génie qui emporte. Fin de Copenhague transperce l’instant et la durée en 1957: une onde nouvelle commence à courir” (Yves Peyré)

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    “Everyone knows Asger Jorn. The best of painters. In addition to which, he did everything. Marvels: that is to say, in every domain, innovations. We are even beginning to learn—and here the latecomers will be forced to catch up quick—of his decisive contribution to the new urbanism and the creation of a situationist topology. Not to mention détourned painting, which is something quite different from ordinary painting; hundreds of pages of studies on aesthetics, from which aesthetics will never recover; the largest ceramic work in the world. And, of course, tapestry. Asger Jorn never stopped exiting painting, on every side.
    Michèle Bernstein, 1960. Open Creation and Its Enemies is an in-depth survey charting the singular trajectory of the Danish artist Asger Jorn (1914–1973), a founding member of avant-garde movements such as Cobra and the Situationist International. While often acclaimed as an extraordinary painter, the exceptional range of Jorn’s practice merits the kind of broader exploration undertaken in this book. Lavishly illustrated and brimming with previously unpublished materials, Open Creation and Its Enemies makes legible the experimental parameters and artistic and political stakes of Asger Jorn’s transdisciplinary activities. Alongside new artistic and critical perspectives on Jorn, the book features a comprehensive collection of Jorn’s own writings, including programmatic texts on banality, ornament and automatism, letters to Guy Debord on key situationist questions, and essays grappling with the dynamics of long-lasting image traditions. The volume also includes a selection of texts on Jorn by contemporaries such as Lawrence Alloway, Gaston Bachelard, Michèle Bernstein, Öyvind Fahlström and Per Kirkeby”

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    JORN, Asger. – Michaelsen, Jørgen m.fl. (red.): . Anti-Asger. Undersøgelser omkring Jorn-tematikken. Det jyske Kunstakademi – Udsendt som meddelelse nr. 0 fra Ingenmandslands Institut for Miavende Knives Salmiak, 2014. 198 pp. Hft. Illustreret. Nærmest som ny

  • 100,00 kr.

    Antipyrine, 2017. 8vo. 140 pp. Hft. Illustreret. Nærmest som ny

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    De Jong, Jacqueline (ed.): . The Situationist Times N° 2 – Les Temps situationnistes N° 2. Published in Hengelo: The Situationist times, 1962. 4to in original blue wrappers as issued. 64 unpaginated pages. Richly illustrated. Text in multiple languages including English. Some sunning as always and minor edgewear to cover…

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    Paris: Internationale Situationniste, 1961. 8vo in original metallic blue-ish coloured wrappers with white inside covers. 41 pages. Spine slightly sunned. Inside clean and bright and overall an excellent copy 1. edition. The editorial board consisted of: Asger Jorn, Helmut Sturm & Maurice Wyckaert

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    Debord, Guy et al. – Andreotti, Libero & Xavier Costa. (ed.):. Situationists, art, politics, urbanism / Situacionistas, arte, política, urbanismo. Barcelona, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, 1996. 4to in clothed wrappers as issued. 167pages, richly illustrated, most colors. Parallel Spanish and English text. Fine clean copy First edition