Artist's book First ed. of 1200 copies Softcover with dust jacket 472 pages 23 x 17 cm Texts in Deutsch   Upper spine slightly torn
o/w very good condition
      EUR 600 ORDER

Dieter Roth, Scheisse. Gesammelte werke band 13, edition hansjörg mayer, 1972

vollständige sammlung der scheisse gedichte
mit allen illustrationen

erstdrucke
'nachlese'
'gezeichnete darstellungen' der 'scheisse'     providence 1966

reproduktionen aus
'snow'     philadelphia 1964
'scheisse'     providence 1966
'mundunculum'     verlag dumont schauberg     köln 1967
'noch mehr scheisse'     edition hansjörg mayer     stuttgart 1967
'poetrie 3 und 4'     edition hansjörg mayer     stuttgart 1968
'die gesamte scheisse'     rainer verlag     berlin 1968

rekonstruktion aus
'(copley buch)'     chicago 1965

Artist's book, Anthology First Edition Softcover 200 pages 20 x 15 cm Texts in Deutsch   Upper spine slightly torn
o/w very good condition
      EUR 140 ORDER

Dick Higgins, Wolf Vostell, Pop Architektur Concept Art, Droste, 1969

Edited by Dick Higgins and Wolf Vostell, this artist’s book/anthology explores the boundaries between pop art and architecture through writings and projects by key artists and thinkers of the 1960s and earlier—from John Cage and Buckminster Fuller to Kurt Schwitters and Joseph Beuys. It will retain the book’s unique design, specifically its Mylar inserts, which add unique depth and elaborate the publication’s content.

Contains numerous letters, black-and-white photographs. Vellum inserts. All text in German. Book design by Vostell himself. This edition precedes the English edition entitled Fantastic Architecture, published by Something Else Press, 1969.

Monograph First Edition Hardcover 336 pages 33 x 22 cm Texts in English / Deutsch   Very good condition       EUR 98 ORDER

Dieter Roth, Drawings / Zeichnungen, JRP|Ringier, 2007

Sculptor, poet, a pioneer of artist's books, performer, publisher, and musician, Dieter Roth has long been beloved as an artist's artist. Constantly trying to undo his art education, he would set up systems that discouraged the conventional and the consistent: he drew with both hands at once, preserved the discarded, and reveled in the transitory. Grease stains, mold formations, insect borings, and rotting foodstuffs were just some of the materials used, both out of a fascination with their painterly, textural aspects and for their innate ability to make time visible and play to chance. "More is better," he once said, and more there always was. Roth never stopped working, and he believed that everything could be art, from his sketchpad to the table he sat at, the telephone he talked on, or his friend's kitchen (the kitchen was later sold to a museum).

This book publishes some 260 drawings from the famous Copy Books group of works that the artist had carefully kept in his archive. Organized in series, these works span 1977 to 1998.

Exhibition catalogue First Edition Staple-bound 14 pages Texts in French         EUR 25 ORDER

Dieter Roth, Dieter Roth, Galerie Anton Meier, 1979

Tiny exhibition catalogue published on the occasion of Roth's exhibition at Galerie Anton Meier, Geneva, October 18 to November 10, 1979. 

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