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Image for Victory [Munsey's Magazine, February, 1915]

Victory [Munsey's Magazine, February, 1915]

By: Conrad, Joseph

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: c1706271


First printing of the novelette 'Victory' on pp.112–240, Just these pages and front cover; bound in grey boards with paper label on front. A clean near-fine copy with some rubbing at bottom of the cover page; binding has several small chips at spine edge, lightly soiled. View more info

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Unmuzzled Ox (Magazine), Vol III. No. 2

By: Ginsberg, Allen

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, Book People: 1975

Seller ID: 5352


A trade paperback magazine featuring work by Allen Ginsberg, Andy Warhol, Gregory Corso, Kenneth Rexroth and others. Good; clean and tight but with A few small chips along edge of spine and shelf-wear at edges. View more info

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McSweeney's Issue 7

By: Various

Price: $175.00

Publisher: San Francisco, McSweeney's Publishing: 2002

Seller ID: s17062906


First edition, first printing. Nine separately bound booklets in board/cloth shell with a large rubber band holding it all together. A fine copy, signed by editor DAVE EGGERS on the rear board with the signatures of MICHAEL CHABON ['the lost chapter from "The Adventures of Kavalier & Clay with cover art by Chris Ware) and ANN CUMMINS ("Red Ant House") inside their respective booklets. View more info

Image for XXe siècle - Vingtième Siècle IIe Année No. 1 (1939) [XXth Century, 2d Year, No. 1] Sculpture.

XXe siècle - Vingtième Siècle IIe Année No. 1 (1939) [XXth Century, 2d Year, No. 1] Sculpture.

By: [Periodical]

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Paris, 1939

Seller ID: k1707123


4to, printed wrappers. Printed in France, but the English language edition. A supplement to previously issued No. 5/6 devoted to modern sculpture. Full page photos of works by Arp, Brancusi , Maillol, Max Ernst, Calder, Henry Moore and others. Condition: Good-. Text block is very good; clean and tight with no tears or markings. Covers are rubbed at corners and top/bottom of spine. ½” closed tear at top of spine; age-toning to extremities and spine. Ex-libris the Stendahl Art Gallery, Los Angeles. This volume was a well-used reference copy in the gallery’s reference library, hence the... View more info

Image for XXe siècle - Vingtième Siècle 1re Anne / No 1/ Mars 1938 [XXth Century, 1st year, No. 1. March].

XXe siècle - Vingtième Siècle 1re Anne / No 1/ Mars 1938 [XXth Century, 1st year, No. 1. March].

By: [Periodical]

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Paris, 1938

Seller ID: k1707127


4to, printed wrappers. 52 pp. French language edition with English summary on last page. With an original color lithograph by Pascin ("Le Chaperon Rouge"), and articles by Kandinsky, Le Corbusier, de Chirico, etc. Condition: Fair. Text block is good; clean and tight with no tears or markings, but detached from front cover. Covers are rubbed at corners and edges; numerous chips on spine with significant loss lower 3”; toning and sunning front and back. Ex-libris the Stendahl Art Gallery, Los Angeles. This volume was a well-used reference copy in the gallery’s reference library, hence the... View more info

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Dyn. [A Review of Art and Literature] Number 1, April-May 1942

By: [Periodical] Wolfgang Paalen, editor

Price: $300.00

Publisher: Mexico, 1942

Seller ID: k170712b


52pp., 9 tipped in color plates; yellow/red decorated paper wrappers. DYN (derived from the Greek word κατὰ τὸ δυνατόν, that which is possible) was an art magazine founded by the Austrian-Mexican surrealist Wolfgang Paalen, published in Mexico City, and distributed in New York City, Paris, and London between 1942 and 1944. Only six issues were produced. In this first issue Paalen emphasized reexamines some of the fundamentals in surrealist theory and publicly announced his "farewell to surrealism." This issue also contains his ... View more info

[A Review of Art and Literature] Number 6, April-May 1942

By: [Periodical] Wolfgang Paalen, editor

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Mexico, 1942

Seller ID: k170715a


64 pp., DYN (derived from the Greek word κατὰ τὸ δυνατόν, that which is possible) was an art magazine founded by the Austrian-Mexican surrealist Wolfgang Paalen, published in Mexico City, and distributed in New York City, Paris, and London between 1942 and 1944. Only six issues were produced. Condition is poor: Interior is good with some toning but with no tears or markings. Covers soiled and chipped, with front cover detached. First several pages partially detached. Articles by Paalen, Robert Motherwell, Migeul Govarrubias, An... View more info

Image for XXe siècle - Vingtième Siècle 1re Anne / Sommaire du No 2/ Mai-Juin 1938 [XXth Century, 1st year, Summer No. 2. May June].

XXe siècle - Vingtième Siècle 1re Anne / Sommaire du No 2/ Mai-Juin 1938 [XXth Century, 1st year, Summer No. 2. May June].

By: [Periodical}

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Paris, 1938

Seller ID: k1707126


4to, printed wrappers. 52 pp. French language edition. With an original color lithograph by Kurt Seligmann and contributions by Miro, Man Ray, and Zadkine Condition: Good. Text block is very good; clean and tight with no tears or markings. Covers are rubbed at corners and edges; spine is browned with chips at top and bottom; toning and light soiling front and back. Ex-libris the Stendahl Art Gallery, Los Angeles. This volume was a well-used reference copy in the gallery’s reference library, hence the rough condition. Until its recent closure, the Stendahl Gallery was one of America's olde... View more info

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Mexican Folkways magazine. Vol 3. No. 1, Feb-Mar 1927

By: [Rivera, Diego]

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Mexico City, Diego Rivera, Art Editor; Frances Toor, Editor. : 1927

Edition: 1st

Seller ID: k190711b

Condition: Good


. 8-1/2x11, stapled wrappers, 64 pp. Bilingual Spanish/English. Six b/w drawings by Rivera illustrate two articles on Mexican folk song. The magazine was published from 1925-1933 and served as a sounding board for many prominent artists and intellectuals. Issues explored indigenous dances, masks, village festivals, children’s art, the muralist movement, Mexican theater, folk songs, Zapotec rites, the cult of the Virgin, Mesoamerican architecture many other topics. Good. Covers worn at edges and spine but fully intact; some fading and toning along edges, several small water spots; interio... View more info