March 1967

Darmstadt: Franz Dahlem, 1967.
20.5 x 15.5cm, 2pp announcement card for a performance on 20 March 1967 (with Henning Christiansen)of Hauptstrom where the latter played a violin painted green and an exhibition of works by Beuys. The front of the card show the artist during his explaining art to a dead hare aktion of 1965 - but interestingly in a purple and yellow mirrored duotone. A scarce early card. VG+.

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30.5 x 22cm, original b/w paste up for this filmic event which showed Yalkut’s famous film of Yayoi Kusama’s orgy works and also mentions “3 NEW FILMS WITH NAM JUNE PAIK”. This is Yalkut’s own design made up of hand-applied white letraset lettering on black paper, typed text and a large original photograph of the Kusama orgy taken by Yalkut. A unique and important item. Fine condition with only a very slight corner bottom right torn off the backing card....

NYC: Film-Makers' Distribution Center, 1967 Two stapled sheets both 28 x 21.5cm, 1pp b/light green offset leaflet for a screening of three films from the Belgium International Festival in December 1967, including Yalkut's portrait of artist Yayoi Kusama, which won the Special Jury Prize. Also screened were Robert Nelson's film of the Grateful Dead and Michael Snow's "Wavelength." There are extensive biographical and filmic details for each of the films on the second sheet....

NYC: Film-Makers' Cinematheque, 1967 28 x 21.5cm, 1pp b/cream offset leaflet for a Bardo Matrix ""lite show"" (Angus Maclise) at the Film-Makers Cinematheque which featured a film by Yalkut, other instllations by USCO, and a "Supermodel Fashion Show" by Hope, Sachiki, Jeneview and Marcelle. The design of the leaflet is ornate and instructs those attending to "wear colors flowers". VG....

Boston: Film-Makers’ Cinematheque, 1967 28 x 21.5cm, 1pp pink-red on white offset small poster for films by Yalkut. The design is typographic but a hand drawn psychedelic style which was common at the time. VG....

Boston: Film-Makers' Cinematheque, 1967 28 x 21.5cm, 1pp b/w on white programme for Flyer for Breer and Emshwiller's portion of the March 1967 screenings at FMC. Only briefly mentions Yalkut's screening, as coming next week." at the bottom of the leaflet along with Ron Rice's "The Flower Thief". The Boston Film-Makers' Cinematheque had opened the year before as an offshoot of Mekas' NYC venture. VG. ...

Oberlin: Oberlin College, n.p. (1967) 21.5 x 27cm, 1pp b/w offset small poster/leaflet for a performance by USCO at Oberlin College, with quotes from Harper's, Life and the Village Voice. VG....

NYC:Film-Makers' Cinematheque, 1967 27 x 21.5cm, 1pp b/w offset small poster with a design by Yalkut using the standard Sefirot design only replacing the 10 attributes/emanations in Kabbalah with ten of his films. Some of the works shown such as Turn Turn Turn and Pa+ A - I (K) involved Nam June Paik. VG. Scazce. ...