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Andy Warhol The Stockholm Catalogue, 1968 1st Edition

Andy Warhol The Stockholm Catalogue, 1968 1st Edition

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Andy Warhol
The Stockholm Catalogue, 1968
Warhol, Andy; Kasper Konig, Pontus Hulten, Olle Granath (editors)
First Edition, profusely illustrated with full-page black and white photographs.
Binding: softcover
8.5 x 10.5 inches
original illustrated paper wrappers
Published by Moderna Muséet, Sweden, in 1968 as an exhibition catalogue for the show "Andy Warhol" at the Moderna Muséet in Stockholm, February - March, 1968.

Warhol's famous 'Stockholm Catalogue', published on the occasion of his first European solo show at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, February - March, 1968. The concept for the catalogue was developed by Kasper König, who commissioned Factory stalwart Billy Name, and a teenage Stephen Store, to photograph how Warhol and his coconspirators lived and worked. But it was König's use of the xerox machine to reproduce Warhol's own work that gives this catalogue its signature feel. By some estimates over 200,000 copies were printed in three editions.

This rare Andy Warhol 1968 First Edition Stockholm Catalogue is in overall good condition, aside from a minor wear on the spine, occasional light surface creases and some pages loosened from superficial split at center of glue binding as often seen; pencil inscription from prior bookseller on title page. An outstanding copy of a fragile book that is extremely prone to wear.

Warhol’s Moderna Muséet catalog “is a fine example of the catalogue-as-artist's-book, a form that ostensibly began with the Dadaists and Surrealists, and is produced with some of the roughest reproductions ever seen, which are entirely appropriate, and supplemented by a long section of Factory snapshots by Billy Name. The genre was revitalized by the Pop movement, and Warhol in particular, which demonstrates his position as a latter-day Dadaist. The Moderna Museet publication especially had a great influence upon Japanese photography in the late 1960s and 1970s, particularly the photobooks of the Provoke era”.

Overall good condition, aside from minor wear on spine, occasional light surface creases; some pages loosened from superficial split at center of glue binding as often seen; pencil inscription on title page.

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