G (Moderate wear to edges and spine; page edges are tanning lightly; text and plates are clean. ) White wraps, gray dust jacket, 475 pp. + 32 pp. of color plates, many BW illus. Issued in conjunction with a 1978 exhibition that considers these artwork genres. Text is heavily illustrated with examples from the exhibition.
VG-(Only slight wear seen to dj, book, and slipcase. ) White wraps, gray dust jacket, 475 pp. + 32 pp. of color plates, many BW illus.; held in cardboard slipcase. Issued in conjunction with a 1978 exhibition that considers these artwork genres. Text is heavily illustrated with examples from the exhibition.
Very Good in a slightly rubbed dustwrapper. Plain wrappers, folio, 31 cm, xi, 475 pp,  pp of plates, ills, [some col], facs, map. From the foreword: "The title of this exhibition relates, of course, to its being a survey but also to the part played in it by the reviews produced by the dada and surrealist movements. The exhibition is structured around those reviews. It is a treatment of Dada and Surrealism which has not previously been adopted and has been adopted here because it places the art produced by those movements within a framework of their activities and Jarger preoccupations."; Contents include: ; Foreword; 'Regarding the exhibition' by David Sylvester; Catalogue by Dawn Ades; Author's note; Editorial note; 1. Les Soirées de Paris; 2. 291, The Ridgefield Gazook, The Blind Man, Rongwrong, TNT, New York Dada; 3. Cabaret Voltaire, Dada, Der Zeltweg-Portrait gallery of Central European dadaists; 4. Club Dada, Der Dada, Jedermann sein eigner Fussball, Der Blutige Ernst, Die Pleite; 5. Der Ventilator, Bulletin D, Die Schammade; 6. Mécano, Merz; 7. 391, Cannibale; 8. Littérature-Portrait gallery of Paris dadaists and surrealists; 9. La Révolution Surréaliste; 10. Documents; 11. Le Surréalisme au Service de la Révolution; 12. Minotaure; 13. Correspondance, Oesophage, Marie, Distances, Documents, L'Invention Collective; 14. London Bulletin; 15. VVV, Dyn; 16. Transfusion du Verbe, Les Pages Libres de la Main à Plume, La Conquête du Monde par l'Image, Avenir du Surréalisme, IIle Convoi, La Révolution la Nuit, Arson, Le Ciel Bleu; 17. Néon, Médium, Le Surréalisme, Même, Bief: Jonction Surréaliste, La Brèche; Postscript; 'An other culture' by Elizabeth Cowling; Addenda; Corrigenda; Indices.
FINE in FINE jacket. Thick, very heavy 4to in plain white stiff card covers with illustrated wrapper, 475pp on stiff art paper plus 32pp colour plates, at rear, illustrations in text, etc...............[ CONDITION DETAILS: A well preserved FINE very clean and tight copy (page-block edges very slightly tanned) in a slightly edge-rubbed but otherwise FINE Dust Jacket ].......Unless otherwise noted: 1st Edition means First Printing; books are in the original publishers binding; wrappers (present only if mentioned above) are complete, un-clipped and provided with transparent protectors.
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Very good condition in Very good+ condition jacket. Book. Quarto (4to). xii, 475 pages of text followed by  pages of color plates. Paperback binding with minor bumping to spine extremities. The unclipped dustjacket is lightly rubbed and creased; protected in archival mylar. Profusely illustrated. 10, 000 copies of this catalogue have been published in association with the exhibition held at the Hayward Gallery in London, January 11-March 27, 1978. The text is clean and unmarked. Includes a 24 page light blue booklet "A brief guide to the exhibition" by David Sylvester. First edition.
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