Davis, CA: Natsoulas Gallery, 1996. First Edition. Soft Cover. The Beat Generation Galleries and Beyond is a comprehensive look at the Beat art galleries of the 1950s: Metart Gallery, King Ubu Gallery, The Six Gallery, Spatsa Gallery, Batman Gallery, & more. Loaded with illustrations & also including poetry by Robert Duncan, Allen Ginsberg, Bob Kaufman, Bill Margolis, Michael McClure, Gary Snyder & Philip Whalen. Distributed by Water Row Press. Large.....[Item #1009]
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New York, NY: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1991. First Edition. Hardcover. Signed to Charles Plymell by Charles Henri Ford, & with additional related ephemera. "In the 1940s, as the world stood divided by war, View magazine, together with the talents of the European and American artistic communities, helped define the avant-garde movement in this country and established New York as a world art center."(from front flap) The first anthology of the.....[Item #1791]
New York, NY: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1971. First Softcover Edition. Softcover. "This hard-hitting collection of essays probes the relationship of the contemporary writer to his country's political and moral climate. Mr. Krim, who feels that fiction is no longer an adequate means of portraying what's going on in the new world around us, explores the theme of the artist in action and offers illuminating comments on the works of.....[Item #2618]
Davis, CA: Natsoulas/Novelozo Gallery, 1990. First Edition. Soft Cover. Published in conjunction with the 1991 exhibition commemorating the Spatsa Gallery in San Francisco--a little known yet legendary San Francisco Gallery which typified the art of the San Francisco Renaissance. Most interesting Beat-era reproductions, in near mint condition with only the slightest rubbing to front cover. Near Mint.[Item #1274]