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AMSTERDAM PARIS DUSSELDORF. 1972.

£65.00

New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1972
21 x 21cm (closed) folder content of 3 separate 20.5 x 20.5cm booklets (16pp, 24pp, 20pp – with primary colour unprinted wrappers (yellow, red and blue) – each booklet pertaining to the art scene in each named city and a bound-to 20.5 x 20.5cm, 20pp booklet. A wonderful exhibition catalogue which  comprises an interesting survey of the international scene of the early 70s. Yellow (Paris) has Boltanski, Le Gac, Kermarrec, Raynauld, Sanejouand, Titus-Carmel, Vautier, Viallat. Amsterdam (red) has Ad Dekkers, Henneman, Lucassen, Roeland, Schoonhoven and Visser. Blue (Dusseldorf) has Becher, Beuys, Broodthaers, Graubner, Klapheck, Polke, Rot, Rinke, Thomkins and Uecker. Hence Dusseldorf wins the art world cup 7 – 2 after penalties (Vautier missed from the spot). Various essays and b/w illustrations of works along with biographies and short statements. Fine throughout although there is one small slight white stain on the front of the folder which can only be seen close up.

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