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ARS POVERA. 1969. FIRST EDITION.

Milan: Gabriele Mazzotta Editore, 1969 23 x 21cm, 238pp plus 8pp of original pictorial card wrappers. The first edition of this important review of arte povera with works by Carl Andre, Giovanni Anselmo, Robert Barry, Joseph Beuys, Alighiero Boetti, Marinus Boezem, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Jan Dibbets, Eva Hesse, Walter De Maria, Ger Van Elk, Lucio Fabro, Barry Flanagan, Hans Haacke, Michael Heizer, Douglas Huebler, Stephan Kaltenbach, Jannis Kounellis, Joseph Kosuth, Richard Long, Mario Merz, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Dennis Oppenheim, Giulio Paolini, Giuseppe Penone, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Emilio Prini, Reiner Rutherbeck, Richard Serra, Robert Smithson, Keith Sonnier, France Erhard Walther, Lawrence Weiner and Gilberto Zorio. Former owner's name in ink on half-title but otherwise very good example of this increasingly elusive title.

£275.00

ARTE POVERA. 1969. SECOND BUT RARER EDITION

New York, Praeger, 1969 23 x 21cm, 238pp plus 8pp of original pictorial card wrappers. The scarce second edition of this important review of arte povera with work by Andre, Anselmo, Barry, Beuys, Boetti, Boezem, Calzolari, Dibbets, Hesse, Walter De Maria Van Elk, Fabro, Flanagan, Haacke, Heizer, Huebler, Kaltenbach, Kounellis, Kosuth, Long, Merz, Morris, Nauman, Oppenheim, Paolini, Penone, Pistoletto, Prini, Rutherbeck, Serra, Smithson, Sonnier, Walther, Weiner and Zorio. The cover is different from the first edition published in Milan but otherwise the book is essentially the same publication - a very good example of this title which is harder to find than the first edition.

£295.00

KUNSTOBJEKTE. 1981.

Bonn: Galerie Klein, 1981 21 x 10.5cm, 2pp. B/w image of a hanging sculpture on front internally biography and exhibition history and on back gallery details. VG+.

£35.00

REINER RUTHENBECK. 1974.

Stuttgart: Galerie Juller, 1974 21 x 10.5cm, 4pp. B/w image of a sculpture on front and on back a second view of the same installation. VG+.

£30.00

BEUYS GERZ RUTHERBECK. 1976.

Venice: Deutscher Pavillion, 1976 30 x 20cm, 12pp including pictorial cover. Exhibition handout for the official German contribution to the 37th Biennale. Nineteen small b/w images of the installations and sections on each participant. Six images of the Beuys examining the pavilion in advance of the hole bering drilled to install the ‘Tramstop' work. Formerly folded horizontally although this is not immediately apparent and a small blue rubber impression of a date stamp on the front otherwise VG.

£45.00

WHEN ATTITUDES BECOME FORM: LIVE IN YOUR HEAD. 1969. THE RARE SIX PAGE HANDOUT.

London: Institute of Contemporary Art,, 1969 21 x 15cm, 6pp. Duotone. The exceptionally rare exhibition hand out for this travelling exhibition of concept art. Four images of works including works by Merz, Ruthenbeck and Flanagan and two texts in English by Charles Harrison and Harald Szeemann. A fine example.

£345.00

RIENER RUTHEBECK. 2009.

Bremerhaven: Kabinett Fur Aktuelle Kunst, 2009 10.5 x 15cm, 2pp announcement card with a photograPh of a uptipped chair by the artist on the front and on the reverse gallery texts. Fine.

£25.00

ENTWURFE, PARTITUREN, PROJECKTE: ZEICHNUNGEN. 1971.

Berlin: Galerie Rene Block, March 1971 15 x 10.5cm, unpaginated, (c. 80 pp) with almost 80 b/w reproductions of works on paper by Beuys, Boehmler, G. Brecht, S. Brouwn, Darboven, Dibbets, Filliou, Gosewitz, Graham, Koepcke, Knoebel, Lewitt, Manzoni, Panamarenko, Palermo, Polke, G. Richter, Rot, Ruthenbeck, Vautier, Vostell et al. A group show from the important gallery. Fine. Very scarce.

£125.00

REINER RUTHENBECK. 1981.

Bonn: Galerie Klein, 1981 21.3 x 10.8cm, 2pp announcement card with and two images of a sculptural intervention (a circle near to the ceiling attached to a door so that it moves when the door is open). VG+.

£35.00

REINER RUTHENBECK. 1985.

München: Galerie Walter Storms, 1985 10.5  x 15cm, 2pp announcement card with one wall work in b/w reproduced on the front and verso gallery details. A mailed and posted example with tipped on address label. VG.

£35.00

OBJEKTE. 1974.

Dusseldorf: Stadische Kunsthalle, 1974 10.5 x 121cm, 2pp announcement card for a sculptural show - one image of the artist beating a carpet in b/w on the front, verso museum details. VG+ although a slight dent top right.

£65.00

KONSTRICKCJA W PROCESIE. 1981. FIRST POST SOVIET CONCEPTUAL ART EVENT.

Lodz: n.p., 1981 28 x 21.5cm, 2pp mimeograph for a conceptual art event which was the first avant garde event in the post soviet era. the vent was supported by Solidarnosc! Participating artists included Carl Andre, Hartmut Boehm, Michael Craig-Martin, Ad Dekkers, Ger Dekkers. Jan Dibbets. Norman Dilworth, Peter Downsborough, David Dye, Ivan Galeta, Tibor Gayor, Gerhard V. Graevenitz, Dan Graham, Noriyuki Haraguchi, Tim Head, Anthony Hill, Nancy Holt, Patrick Ierland, Servie Janssen, Kazuo Katase, Stanislav Kolibal, Tomasz Konart, Attila Kovacs, Paweł Kwiek, Les Levine, Sol LeWitt, Wat een Limura, Richard Long.  Peter Lowe. Kenneth Martin. Dora Maurer. Rune Mields, Antoni Mikołajczyk, Manfred Mohr. Francois Morellet, Maurizio Nannucci, Richard Nonas, Roman Opałka, Dennis Oppenheim, David Rabinowitch, Józef Robakowski, Ed Ruscha, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Fred Sandback, Richard Serra, Paul Sharits, Yoshio Shirakawa, Robert Smithson, Peter Struycken, Günther Uecker, Ken Unsworth, Bernard Venet, Ryszard Waśko, Ryszard Winiarski

£100.00