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Gelsenkirchen - Buer: FIU (Free International University); Städtische Museum, 1979 14.5 x 20.3cm, 2pp announcement card for the ‘working conference’ of the Free International University (30.11 - 07.12.1979). Silkscreened card on ‘silver’ coated paper. Tangentially related to Beuys' the image is reminiscent of Warhol's disaster series although there is no knowledge as to who designed the card. Some colour smudging on back due to over ‘inking’ of the silkscreen. VG+. ...

Dunsyre, Lanark: Wild Hawthorn Press, n.d. (1979)
10 x 5.2cm, 18pp (printed on one side only) accordion fold. The artist's book has the text: "Typography which used to flow like rivers" - but all but the last two words are sent vertically rather than horizontally. A comment on experimental typography which infers disapproval although how a visual/concrete poets could take that view is hard to accept. The vertical section might be compared to waterfalls after all. VG+.

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NYC: Ronald Feldman Fine Arts., n.d. (1979)
14 x 10.3cm, 1pp announcement card with an image of Beuys in b.w without his hat showing his thinning hair. Hand addressed on the reverse and mailed with stamp and frank. VG+.

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Berlin: Rene Block Gallery, 1979
Two cards - both 15 x 10.5cm, 2pp on thin card. One card has an image of Beuys in performance and overleaf details of the publication "AUS BERLIN: NEUES VON KOJOTEN" - which outlines the I Like America America Likes Me (Coyote) aktion in Ronald Feldman Gallery. The second card is an unused order form for the book and other publications. Both VG+.

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NYC: Institute for Art and Urban Resources, n.d. (1979) 16.1 x 21 cm, 2pp red on brown typographic announcement card published in conjunction with reception for Beuys held on November 3, 1979. Organised in conjunction with the International Committee of the Institute for Art and Urban Resources and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts. The Institute for Art and Urban Resources Inc. was an organisation that transformed abandoned buildings in New York City into artist studios and exhibition spaces. It later became MoMA PS1. VG+. ...