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A COLLECTION OF ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS, UNIQUE WORKS AND EPHEMERA FROM THE BRITISH FLUXUS/CONCEPTUAL ARTIST ROBIN CROZIER

£995.00

Crozier, Robin
LEDA AND THE SWAN
Sunderland: The Bookshop Gallery, 1971
76 x 51cm black on white silkscreen designed and printed by Crozier for a solo show. VG with only slight ripples. Limiting unknown but not many. Scarce.
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UNIQUE COLLAGE
Crozier, Robin
FLUX CONCERT
Sunderland: Sunderland Polytechnic, 1974
21 x 15cm, 4pp. Folded sheet of white paper with hand written text, a collaged cut out with the word “GLASS” and a short piece of red string attached by scotch tape. Issued as the programme for a programme of works by Patterson, Shiomi, Ono, Brecht, La Monte Young, Watts, Maciunas, Schmit and Williams. VG+. Unique thus.
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Crozier, Robin
UNTITLED (BIRD AND FINGERPRINTS)
Sunderland: s.p. (Crozier), n.d.
30 x 21cm, 1pp xerox sheet with hand drawn elements – folded for mailing. An example of the artist’s mail art. Unique thus.
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UNTITLED (MESSAGE)
Sunderland: s.p. (Crozier),1977
30 x 20.5cm, 1pp sheet with hand written text to Peter Van Beveren and stapled on collage elements. The text reads: “of all the daily happenings in years that used to be the most exciting thing is to send a message to p.v.b.” and Hello Peter I hope you are most excited when you read this love Peter”. Signed and dated bottom let 18.3.1977. Some browning at corners from glue. This is an unique mail art work sent to the important collector and curator Peter van Beveren who published the important “Archives” project.
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UNTITLED (THIS FIGURE)
Sunderland: s.p. (Crozier),1977
25.5 x 20cm, 1pp sheet with hand written text in black and red ink and stapled collage element (a woman taken from a underwear catalogue). Signed bottom left in black ink. This is an unique mail art work sent by Crozier (probably to van Beveren). Some stains.
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UNIQUE DRAWING WITH NEWSPAPER TRANSFERS
Crozier, Robin
ZEUS – LEDA – TYNDAREUS. UNIQUEWORK.
25 x 15cm (approx), two glued pieces of paper (back to back) with a number of newspaper transfers (images placed onto paper by the process of using photographs in newspapers covered in liquid detergent that causes the ink to be copied to the new page) plus hand written text and drawings. At the bottom the text: “Trials for Leda Collage” has been written by Crozier. Unique.
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UNIQUE DRAWING
Crozier, Robin
LEDAOVERVERSERVESROOT
25 x 15cm (approx), 1pp with two drawings by Crozier and a long story text. VG+. Unique.
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Crozier, Robin
HANDWRITTEN INVOICE FOR PUBLICATIONS AND WORKS 1971
25 x 20cm, 2pp. Handwritten invoice for the works displayed in the LEDA AND THE SWAN exhibition in the Sunderland Bookshop in 1971. Attached is also a newspaper clipping mentioning and reviewing the exhibition at the Ceolfrith Press, Sunderland.
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VARIOUS NOTES + DRAWINGS FOR PERFORMANCES AND WORKS + NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS
25 x 20cm, 20pp + smaller pieces. Handwritten notes, drawings and collage elements on paper. Many newspaper clippings about the artist and exhibitions.
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Two letters sent to Crozier abios the Draw More Ducks project. One handwritten from “Bill” and the other typed from Roy Nicholson.
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DELUXE CEOLFRITH CATALOGUE – ONE OF 25 SIGNED AND NUMBERED WITH ORIGINAL UNIQUE ARTWORK
Crosier, Robin
DRAW MORE DUCKS
Sunderland: Ceolfrith, 1970
27 x 21cm, two part printed cardboard box content of 33, b/w 26.5 x 20.5cm, 1pp offset reproductions of drawings plus two sheets of purple on white adhesive sticker sheets and one original collage and drawing and painting signed by Crozier called “Lida” and dated 1970. The two sticker sheets display a concrete poetry work while the other sheets are reproductions of collages with ducks in most of them. This was the deluxe catalogue produced by the ell known concrete poetry gallery Ceolfrith in their series of such catalogues. Crozier was a multi-talented artist who often created visual poetry works (here the adhesive stickers are clearly in that category but the other drawings less so). The normal edition consists of 325 copies but this has been numbered 25/25 and ishand signed by Crozier on the top box inner cover. Some breaking to the corners of the box lid and bottom part of box which has been successfully repaired with scotch tape else internally all are VG. Scarce and unique thus.

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