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Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) was born in Amsterdam, where he was trained as a stonecutter and sculptor until 1944. Inspired by the photojournalistic Picture Post and Weegee’s Naked City he shifted his interest from sculpting to photography in the late 1940s. When he…
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sold outThe late artist Mike Kelley and writers John Sinclair and Amiri Baraka recommended this long sold-out book as follows:

I smell bacon
As a teenager, I discovered the work of Emory Douglas in the pages of the

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sold outDick Raaijmakers (1930-2013) was a Dutch composer, theatremaker, theorist and teacher. Raaijmakers studied the piano at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague in the early 1950s before doing research at Royal Philips Electronics N.V. in Eindhoven. There Raaijmakers had the liberty to experiment with popular electronic music and became one of the pioneers in that field under the pseudonym of Kid Baltan. Raaijmakers worked as a…

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Jeremiad Chants, subtitled An Absolute Polemic, was published independently by William Levy and illustrator Peter Pontiac in 1979. With a print run of only 500 copies and Fluxus artist Willem de Ridder as a designer, this little book is a true countercultural gem. Levy’s seductively packaged but caustic chapters would form the core of his larger Natural Jewboy, which was published by Ins & Outs Press two years later…
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Real Free Press was an alternative comics store and press in Amsterdam in the 1970s, run by former Provo-member Olaf Stoop (1945-1999). Between 1968 and 1974 the press published six issues of its Real Free Press Illustraties which contained – in Dutch translations by Martin Beumer – works by well-known American underground artists such as Robert Crumb, S. Clay Wilson and Will Eisner and launched the Dutch…
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