Eindhoven: Stedelijk van Abbemuseum, 1967. Square 4to in softcover wrappers, with text printed in black and white. Unpaginated. Parallel text in Dutch, English, French, and German.
A catalog for an exhibition organized to commemorate the opening of The Eindhoven Graphic School in 1967. The artwork was shown at the Stedelijk van Abbemuseum March 3 – April 16, 1967, and showcases the role of graphics as they relate to the creative process. With artwork, prints, concrete poetry, and collages by Max Bense, Claus Bremer, Klaus Burkhardt, Reinhardt Döhl, Mathias Goeritz, Ezio Gribaudo, Alison Knowles, Ferdinand Kriwet, Roy Lichtenstein, Hansjörg Mayer, Diter Rot (Dieter Roth), Mimmo Rotella, Wolfgang Schmidt, Herman de Vries, Andy Warhol, Emmett Williams, and others. Complete with a historical essay on the development of graphics as they relate to art. One of the contributing editors and organizers include Pieter Brattinga, who also edited and published the Kwadraat-Blad / Quadrat-Print series.
Offset rubbing to front and rear cover and bumps to corners, else near fine. Item #249
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