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sold outThis bilingual edition contains the transcript of an interview of Mike Kelley by Thomas Kellein, then director of Kunsthalle Basel, before an audience at Centre d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux, 1992. The English conversation is printed in black, its German translation in red. Several landmark works and installations that Kelley put together in the late…
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sold outMade available from our archives is a fine copy of Hans-Peter Feldmann’s Die Toten, 1967-1993. The softcover book was published by Feldmann Verlag in 1998 and compiles – in pictures culled from printed matter of the period – the violent deaths of almost 100 people between 1967 and 1993. Deaths that resulted from the escalation of violence in Germany following the murder of student Benno Ohnesorg…

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Roel van Duijn, one of the spearheads of the Dutch countercultural Provo movement wrote this manifesto in 1967, six months after Provo had been carried to its grave. The contents of this handsome little book are still very much in the vein of Provo: subversive, provocative, creative, and humorous. In a playful manner and packaged as an adventure story Van Duijn (here spelled as Van Duyn) reflects on labour, exploitation, individual and social virtues, creativity…

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sold outYellow Dog #25, the final issue of one of the longest-running underground comics titles, was published by The Print Mint in 1973. ‘Yellow Dog’ was initiated in 1968 by artists Joel Beck and John Thompson and The Print Mint’s owner Don Schenker. The symbol of the comics was a yellow dog pissing (originally on Herman Melville’s Captain Ahab). ‘Yellow Dog’ started as a full-size underground newspaper…

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sold outFollowing the Parisian May 1968 revolt and the Democratic Convention riots in Chicago later that year, Liberty or Death was put together by Mary Beach and “freaked out & zapped” by her partner Claude Pélieu for City Lights Books in 1968. The edition was released as an ‘international protest’ and was dedicated to countercultural revolutionaries as…

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