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(HARING, Keith.) PINCUS-WITTEN, Robert; Jeffrey Deitch; David Shapiro. Keith Haring.
New York : 1982First and limited edition, first printing, one of 2,000 copies of the Tony Shafrazi Gallery's exhibition catalogue for one of Keith Haring's early exhibitions with the gallery, which took place in 1982. It includes excerpts from "Questions for Keith Haring" as well as essays upon the artist and his works by Jeffrey Deitch, Robert Pincus-Witten and David... Learn More£2,000.00
Stock Code: 123544
HIRST, Damien. Theories, Models, Methods, Approaches, Assumptions, Results and Findings.
New York : 2000First edition, first printing. An invitation designed by Hirst for the opening evening of his exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery, New York, 23 September 6 December, 2000. With the original white mailing tube with red plastic end caps. Learn More£900.00
Stock Code: 141819
HIRST, Damien. From the Cradle to the Grave. Selected Drawings.
London : 2004First edition, first printing. Limited to 1500 copies signed and numbered by Hirst. Published on the occasion of Hirst's exhibition of drawings at the Tivoli Gallery, Ljubljana, June 10 - September 28, 2003 and subsequently touring under British Council auspices to other venues in Europe. Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 142478
HAMILTON, Richard. Richard Hamilton.
London : 1991First edition, limited issue, number 78 of 100 copies with a slipcase and original photograph, entitled "Orange Order", numbered and signed by the photographer, tipped into a white card portfolio and laid in the book. This work was produced to accompany an exhibition of Hamilton's work at Anthony D'Offay Gallery in London from 20 June to 10 August 1991.... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 126257
HIRST, Damien. Superstition dinner invitation.
New York, : 2007First edition, first printing. Edition of approximately 50. An invitation for a private dinner with Damien Hirst and Larry Gagosian at Mr Chow, Beverly Hills, to celebrate the opening reception of Hirst's Superstition exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery, 22 February, 2007. With the original mailing box.
Stock Code: 141821
HIRST, Damien. Superstition.
London : 2007First edition, first impression. This is the book of the eponymous Hirst exhibition at the Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles, in February 2007, with essays by the writers John Banville and Richard Bradford, and poetry by Philip Larkin. Hirst titled each work in this exhibition twice: first with an allusion to spirituality and religious iconography, and... Learn More£175.00
Stock Code: 136847
HOENICH, P. K. Robot Art. Research No. AR10 of the Faculty of Architecture.
Haifa : 1962First edition, first printing. Inscribed by Paul Konrad Hoenich "To Alto Meyer - with friendship - P. K. Hoenich, Haifa, 31. I. 63." One of the earliest publications on computer art. Prof. Emeritus Paul Konrad Hoenich (1907-1997), nicknamed PeKA, was born in Austria-Hungary and died in Haifa. PeKA studied at the Academies of Vienna, Florence and Paris.... Learn More£2,750.00
Stock Code: 46774
HIRST, Damien. For the Love of God: The Making of the Diamond Skull.
London : 2007First edition, signed by the artist on the title page. Published on the occasion of the "Beyond Belief" exhibition held at the White Cube Gallery in 2007, the book traces the production of Hirst's diamond skull, with preliminary drawings and sketches, photographs, diagrams, as well as text by Rudi Fuchs, Tania Kausmally, Marcel Tolkowsky, Helen Liversidge,... Learn More£600.00
Stock Code: 97047
HOCKNEY, David. A Retrospective.
Los Angeles : 1988First edition, first impression. Inscribed on the half title in blue ink by Hockney, "For Michael, Love David H." Hockney has also added shading in black ink beneath his name. The recipient Michael Hogarth worked with Jerry Solomon Enterprises, a picture framing business in Los Angeles. It was here in 1965 that Jerry Solomon first began framing for... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 143716
HEANEY, Seamus. Hailstones.
Dublin : 1984First edition, signed limited issue, one of 250 unnumbered cloth-bound copies signed by the author on the title page; here additionally inscribed by Heaney "Mary - fine girl y'are! Seamus" under his signature. The recipient was Heaney's friend Mary Conley Downe.
Downe founded, with her husband Edward, the Irish Clifden Arts Festival, now the... Learn More£1,250.00
Stock Code: 142605