IN SITU: Situationism & Its Influence 1957-2010 (Part 1)Published on 03 May 2017
I'm pleased to announce our latest e-catalogue (#11.5) entitled IN SITU and dedicated entirely to Situationism. This is our largest catalogue to date (almost 200 items), so we're issuing it in two parts. Part one consists of seventy-five items on Situationism proper: Guy Debord, Raoul Vaneiegem, the INTERNATIONALE SITUATIONNISTE, various sections of the SI, as well as histories of the movement. Part two, forthcoming in a couple of weeks, will chronicle (in more than 100 items) the subsequent influence of Situationism.[...] Read more
2016/4 - Digital Delights | List, no. 2, 4 x 10 Eastern Avant-Garde Orbit I, 40 itemsPublished on 07 Dec. 2016
I am glad to present my new short list »Digital Delights«, edition no. 2, containing 40 new arrivals as well as carefully selected items from my stock related to the Eastern European Avant-Garde orbit. 10 illustrated books, magazines and/or ephemera each created by major proponents of Latvian, Bulgarian, Czech and Yugoslavian avant-garde movements from the 1920s and 1930s are waiting to be discovered by you.
Nos. 3 (Bulgarian) as well as nos. 7 and 8 (Czech) are already sold. (7.12.16)
Catalogue No. 7Published on 19 Oct. 2016
In this catalogue we offer a range of modern first editions,
presentation copies, artists’ books and miscellaneous items.
Several items are derived from the library of Gerard Bonnier
(1917–1987) and his wife Elisabeth ”Peggy” Bonnier (1922–
2013), part owners of Bonniers, the leading Swedish publishing
house. They were devoted book and art collectors, reflected
here in the artists’ books by Juan Gris, Jean/Hans
Arp and Corneille. Large parts of their significant collection
of paintings were donated to Moderna Museet in Stockholm.
There are books inscribed to them by authors whose works
were published on the Swedish market by Bonniers, such as
Heinrich Böll, William Golding, and Nelly Sachs.
Also offered are finely-bound first editions by Knut Hamsun
and Hjalmar Söderberg, and books inscribed by Hjalmar
Bergman, Chillida, Paul Éluard and Axel Munthe.