Wien: werkstatt aspekt, 1964–1972. No. 1 a saddle-stapled 4to in printed wrappers printed in black and white throughout. To which is added a mimeographed sheet printed in black and white on recto. 32 pp. Text in German.
No. 2 saddle-stapled 4to in pictorial wrappers printed in dark purple, with pages printed in black and white. Signed in ink at lower margin by Gerhard Rühm on pp. 6. 20 pp. Text in German.
No. 3 an edition of 400, of which this is no. 0147, in a spiral-bound 4to with pictorial covers printed in light purple, pages printed in black and white and light purple, and with a five- and three-panel foldout printed in brown and black respectively. To which is added an errata slip and a mimeographed four-page A4 insert stapled at top-left corner. Text in German.
A complete run of this scarce journal of the “avant-garde between art and mass culture”, of which there were only three published between 1964 – 1972, with a focus on concrete poetry, conceptual art, and writings.
werkstatt aspekt no. 1 with contributions by Gertrude Stein, Max Bense, Eugen Gomringer, Hans Carl Artmann, Konrad Bayern Friedrich Achleitner, Gerhard Rühm, Horst Lothar Renner, and Hans G. Helms. Featuring concrete poetry and essays typeset in Futura throughout, and a short bio of each contributing artists.
werkstatt aspekt no. 2 with contributions by Christian Ludvig, Peter Weibel, Hans G. Helms, Gerhard Rühm, S. D. Sauerbier, J. M. Krauße, Birgitta Schlemmer, and Bernard Höke. Featuring concrete poetry and essays typeset in Futura throughout.
werkstatt aspekt no. 3 with contributions by Leo V. Dicara, Heinrich Stoffl, Herwarth Walden, Heinz Peter Hellmuth, Friedrich Knilli, Hermann Hendrich, Moucle Blackout, Ludwig Moholy-Nagy, Peter Weibel, Bruno W. Reimann, Robert Stauffer, Ernst Gölitzer , Manfred Chobot, Wil Frenken, Valie Export and Werner Scholz. Featuring essays, concrete poetry, collages, conceptual art.
No. 1 very good with rubbing to covers, light handling creases to covers, and age toning throughout.
No. 2 near fine with age toning and a 5 cm (2") thin black vertical line at top back cover.
No. 3 near fine with rubbing to covers and age toning. Item #435
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