Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. CELANT, GERMANO. Course of the Knife. (Trans. by Meg Shore, Ed. by David Frankel). Electa, (1986). 200 pp. approx., softcover, very many illus., bound in wraps w/ v.g. d.j., OP.
Fair in fair dust jacket. Highlighting/underlining. Highlighting to a few pages; first half of text block has faint dampstain to lower corner. Dust jacket is very rubbed and edgeworn, with numerous small tears and one tape repair.
Near Fine in Very Good Plus dj. Paper Wrappers. SIGNED BY OLDENBURG AND VAN BRUGGENTon title page. This book offers insight into Oldenburg's comic, but intriguing work with its inclusion of color sketches and plans. Color photographs documenting final preformance piece are also included. This piece features a gigantic reproduction of a pocket knife which is rowed down a river. Very clean white paper wrappers with very minor wear to edges and spine ends. A crease runs the length of spine. Pristine interior with bright text. Tight binding. Full color illustrated dj is very clean with minor wear to edges. Slight indentation in dj near top right corner. Slight wave to dj. A nice copy. ART/011405.
Fine in very good jacket. Paperbound quarto in dustwrapper. 239 pp. Includes texts in English by Germano Celant, Coosje van Bruggen with studies by Frank O. Gehry and artwork by Oldenburg. A fine copy in bound white unprinted wrappers in very good illustrated dustwrapper with some edgewear. This copy has been briefly INSCRIBED by van Bruggen and SIGNED by Oldenburg who has added a small "cat" drawing next to his name.
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