n/p (London, England & San Francisco, CA); New York, NY: William S. Burroughs; Malcolm McNeill; Abrams, 1973; 2011. Original Manuscript; Original Artwork; First Edition. Three Single Sheets in One Frame; Hardcover. Original text & artwork by William S. Burroughs & Malcolm McNeill. During the early 1970s, French-Canadian humorist & impresario Michel Choquette planned a compilation of comic strips that would all relate to the just-past decade of the 1960s. He...[Item #2860]
WSB AT 105!
On February 5, William S. Burroughs would have been 105 years old. Although he boarded the Nova Express going on 22 years ago, his legacy lives on.
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Paris, France: Galerie K, 1990. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. A catalog for an exhibit of William S. Burroughs' artworks held at the Galerie K in Paris during March 23-April 21, 1990. Following the death of artist-author Brion Gysin in 1986, WSB engaged in the creation of artworks in earnest, as a parallel endeavor along with his iconic Beat-&-Beyond writings. He also wrote extensively about the ideas & methods behind his...[Item #2980]
New York, NY: Lococo Mulder, 1991. Limited First Edition. Hardcover; Folded Sheet. Inscribed & signed by William S. Burroughs to Jim McCrary. A catalog of artworks & accompanying text on the title subject by William S. Burroughs, the immortal Beat-&-Beyond innovator/subverter- who certainly knew a thing or two about these topics. As noted in Eric C. Shoaf's WSB Collector's guide, this was published as "...the trade edition in cloth covered.....[Item #2914]
Kyoto, Japan: Kyoto Shoin International Co., Ltd., 1992. First Edition. Hardcover. A large-format art book-catalog with beautiful reproductions of William S. Burroughs' artworks from two 1990 exhibitions: "Paper Cloud," a series of painted file folders shown at the Seed Hall in Tokyo & Akarenga Hall in Sapporo, Japan during June & July; & "Thick Pages," a series of works on handmade paper with mixed media shown at Steven Lowe's Gallery...[Item #2983]
New York, NY: Thames and Hudson, 1996. First Edition / Association Copy. Softcover. Previously Owned by Author Claude Pelieu, Respected Contemporary of William S. Burroughs & Father In-Law of Iconic Literary Outlaw Charles Plymell. Inscribed at length & signed by Charles Plymell. "I don't think I had ever seen painting until I saw the painting of Brion Gysin. Here is a transcript of a tape we recorded while talking in...[Item #2883]
New York, NY: Pat Hearn Gallery, 1997. First Printing. Stapled Wrappers. In 1997 this fine rarity, featuring the collaborative work of William S. Burroughs and artist George Condo, was printed by the Pat Hearn Gallery in support of an exhibition of the work they executed together between 1988-1996. This title features a selection of full-color reproductions of work produced by the tandem during Condo's six visits to Lawrence, Kansas between...[Item #2984]
Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University, 2001. First Printing. Softcover. A catalog for an exhibition "Featuring the William S. Burroughs Collection and work by other avant garde artists" as stated on front cover, from the Rare Books and Manuscripts Library of The Ohio State University, held there during May 15 - August 25, 2001. A rare glimpse into this premiere archive of our Beat-&-Beyond icon, with images of notebooks, scrapbooks...[Item #3008]