Frankfurt: Galerie Loehr, 26 June 1964
123 x 87cm two-sided exhibition poster and catalogue for the important conceptual art show and happening which took place on Bloomsday 1965 in honour of Joyce. Folded to 30 x 21cm as issued. On one side of the poster is a full sheet image of Stanley Brouwn encased in plastic as a planned performance on the day. Verso are 32 individual contributions by artists which included Vostell, Brouwn, Schmit, Bazon and Paik amongst others. Many illustrations. The poster was exactly the same as the exhibition catalogue for the event only the latter was cut into 32 separate 2pp sections and stapled together. It is believed that only a few of the uncut posters were not recycled in this manner (of which this is one). Some closed tears along the stress lines and corners of the folds but an important find with significant contributions by Brouwn, Paik and others.
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