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The first issue of the Weather Underground Organization's publication Osawatomie, named after the city in Kansas where, in 1856, John Brown and a small group of other abolitionists fought back against an army of slavery supporters. A first printing, not the later reprints which were published by the John Brown Club of Seattle and others. With articles on the Boston attack of Yvon Jean-Louis, and an investigation into ROAR, a look at the roots of economic crisis, the US failure in Cambodia, and more. Published without any bylines or location.....
The third issue of the Weather Underground Organization's publication Osawatomie, named after the city in Kansas where, in 1856, John Brown and a small group of other abolitionists fought back against an army of slavery supporters. A first printing, not the later reprints which were published by the John Brown Club of Seattle and others. With articles on the repression of prisons, the cement workers union, defending the Portuguese revolution, a WUO bombing attack on the Kennecott Corporation, the US war in Korea, feeand more. Published without any bylines or.....
The fourth issue of the Weather Underground Organization's publication Osawatomie, named after the city in Kansas where, in 1856, John Brown and a small group of other abolitionists fought back against an army of slavery supporters. An original editions, not the later reprints which were published by the John Brown Club of Seattle and others. With articles on default and capitalism in New York and its impact on workers, the broken treaties of the Vietnam war, the UWF farmworkers fight, the Berkeley teachers strike, unsafe working conditions and more. Published.....
Sample book from the D. Stempel company featuring the Palatino font, designed by Herman Zapf in the late 1940s and modeled after the humanist types of the Italian Renaissance. Specimens include regular, italic, semi bold, small caps, etc.
Condition: Near Fine in a custom-made mylar cover, faint soft creasing to top right corner.
An exhibition poster tri-folded as issued appropriately printed on fine heavy stock paper. The Oregon School of Arts and Crafts (now named Oregon College of Arts and Crafts) PAPER exhibition included: Elizabeth Anderson, Tim Ely, Kindra Myron, Suzanne Ferris, John Laursen, and Margaret Ahrens Sahlstrand.
Condition: Fine, offset color lithograph folded as issued.
Tri-fold exhibition announcement for a Patrick Heron show in New York from April 2-21, 1962. Heron, a British abstract artist, is known for his studies in form and color. The announcement includes an illustration, a short biographical timeline, a list of institutions holding Heron's work and gives a nod to the forthcoming Tadé show on the back.
Condition: Very Good, 1/2" tear to one fold; scattered occasional soft creasing; folded as issued.
Paul Brach was the founding dean of the School of Art at the California Institute from 1969 to 1975. There he was responsible for hiring John Baldessari and Allan Kaprow, among others. Together they created an experimental institution from which emerged: David Salle, Eric Fischl, Barbara Bloom, Jack Goldstein and others. Brach was one of the first artists to exhibit at Leo Castelli and assisted in the planning/formation of the gallery. As an important figure in both the East and West coast scenes, he also was a regular at the.....
Announcement for a Paul Jenkins exhibition at the Martha Jackson Gallery in New York City from October 3-21, 1961. Jenkins, an abstract expressionist known for using guided flow to create his works, had his first solo exhibition in New York at the Martha Jackson Gallery in 1956, and showed there regularly through the mid-1970s.
Condition: Very Good+, folded as issued; faint additional soft crease at fold.
An oversize exhibition postcard/flyer on heavy cardstock for the second exhibition (November, 1968) at the Paula Cooper Gallery (also claiming to be the first gallery in SoHo). The exhibition featured work by Diao, Di Suvero, Forakis, Ginnever, Huot, Kirschenbaum, Melcher, Myers, Quaytman, Ruda, Shields and Valledor.
Condition: Near Fine, very slight bump to top left corner visible only on the back side of card.
The Portland Center for the Visual Arts was an exhibition space founded by artists in 1971. The gallery exhibited artists such as Eleanor Antin, Dan Flavin, Robert Smithson, Robert Irwin, and Bruce Nauman, along with many Northwest artists. This event poster features upcoming performances and exhibitions by Buster Simpson, Aleck Karis, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Fay Jones and Deborah Slater.
Condition: Fine two-color brochure printed on newsprint, unmailed, folded as issued.
An early catalog from the much-loved bookstore and distributor, Printed Matter, still supporting artists and books today. With an alphabetical listing of hundreds of new artists’ books in stock, with prices, including books by Don Celender, Stanley Brouwn, Louise Lawler, Geoffrey Hendricks, Dick Higgins, Jenny Holzer, Lucy Lippard, N.E. Thing Co., plus LPs by Robert Ashley, Keith Sonnier, Lawrence Weiner, and many, many more. Order form in back.
Highlighting individual titles for the holidays, each book in this catalog gets a photo and description, including Ed Ruscha’s Crackers ($8), Sol LeWitt’s Autobiography ($16.95), John Baldessari’s Close-Cropped Tales ($6.50), plus books by Kathy Acker, Jenny Holzer, Michael Snow, General Idea and others.
Condition: Good, wrinkling and soft creasing to covers; bleeding of ink on front cover over the word "Printed"; toning along spine; address label to recipient on back cover; lower staple not present at spine.
A folded exhibition flyer for a Raymond Parker exhibition at Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles in October, 1962. Raymond Parker was an Abstract Expressionist painter and was also associated with Color Field painting. He was an influential member in the movement coined by Clement Greenburg as Post-Painterly Abstraction. The inside of the flyer features one of Parker's Color Field paintings, Untitiled,1962.
Condition: Very Good, faint light yellow soiling to front of flyer.
An original concert flyer for Roy Loney (formerly of the Flamin' Groovies) and the Phantom Movers, plus Eye Protection with Black Flag Opening! At the Temple in San Francisco on February 1, 1980. Loney, a much-loved and longtime member of the Bay Area music scene, and a trail blazer in early garage rock during the psychedelic era, died in December of 2019.
Oregon ceramic workshop poster featuring several images of pottery fires produced in connection with the 3rd Annual Salt-Fire Workshop in 1974. The workshops included raku sessions, wheel building, communal meals and a sweat lodge. Located near The Dalles, two hours east of Portland, Oregon, the event exemplifies the back to land and craft movements prevalent in Oregon's '70s counterculture. The poster advertises that the workshops occur on a "functioning organic homestead" and that P.K. Hoffman (the American ceramist who studied with the some of the greats of the American Revolution.....
The exhibiton poster for Salvatore Scarpitta's (1919-2007) June/July, 1961 show at Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles. Known for his wrapped and shaped canvases, Scarpitta was represented by Leo Castelli for almost his entire career and had ten solo shows with Castelli in New York. He was also the owner of a sprint car racing team, and automobile themes sometimes showed up in his artworks, which were often seen as a bridge between American Pop and Italian Arte Povera. In 2014, the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC presented a major exhibiton of.....
A poster advocating for rent control in the San Francisco Bay area, with references to a rent control initiative of 1975. With a cartoon of the thumb of "High Rents, Bad Conditions and Arbitrary Evictions" pressing down on the tenants. With a union printing bug.
Condition: Very Good-, some creasing to poster.