Newport Beach: Newport Harbor Museum, 1968. 4to.; slender catalogue illustrated throughout in color; clasp binding. First Edition. The first museum exhibition of Ruscha's (or Goode's) art work. It includes many of Ruscha's iconic word paintings of the 1960s. Introductory text by Ruscha's mother, well acquainted with both artists since well...
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London: Alecto Editions, 1972. 32mos.; b+w illustrations throughout; pictorial wrappers; staple-bound. The full series of nine books, each consisting of a brief flipbook animation created by nine British artist in the early 70s. The artists are: 1, Francois Dallegret; 2, Chic Taylor; 3, Eduardo Paolozzi; 4, Patrick Procktor; 5, Malcolm...
New York: Castelli Gallery, 1991. 25.5 x 36.5 inches; offset lithograph on heavy paper. Exhibition poster announcing Ed Ruscha solo show at Castelli Gallery in Soho, 1991.
New York: Fishbach Gallery, 1965. 12 x 10.25 inches; offset lithograph on paper; folded as issued, beginning to split along at folds, otherwise fine. With original text by Allen Ginsberg verso and signed by him.
Amsterdam: Museum Boijmans or Museo Beignets, 1995. Square 8vo; printed monotone on multi colored card stock; illustrated wrappers; staple bound.
New York: Leo Castelli Gallery, 1974. 29.5 x 9.5 inches offset on gloss paper, folded as issued. In the Artist's Studio series, Lichtenstein translates a classic modernist motif drawn from Juan Gris and Matisse into a Pop venacular.