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LEUNIG, Michael.
The Bedtime Leunig.

Sydney: Angus & Robertson (1981).

First edition. Oblong 8vo. [128 pp]. Page edges lightly toned, else near fine in illustrated wrappers. His third collection. Leunig was named an Australian Living Treasure by the National Trust of Australia in 1999.

Russia: An Architecture for World Revolution.

London: Lund Humphries (1970).

First UK edition. 239 pp w/index. Very near fine in near fine dust jacket with two bookseller labels to front flap. Translated from the original Russian by Eric Dluhosch with his preface. Originally published in 1930, with a second edition in 1965.

[LONG, Richard]. Fuchs, R.H.
Richard Long.

NY: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum/Thames and Hudson (1986).

First US edition. 237 pp w/index of works. Fine in very near fine dust jacket. Two hundred and forty-four illustrations, 29 in color and 215 in duotone.

Journey of a Wise Electron... But She Could Sing and Dance Too (Stirring Stories for Girls) and This Little Man Went to Work.

Prahran: Champion Books (1981).

First edition. Small 4to. [146 pp]. Near fine in wrappers and near fine dust jacket. Three interrelated narratives via photos, photomontages, and text. An early book by Lyssiotis, and a signature book for the press.

Game without End: State Terror and the Politics of Justice.

Norman & London: University of Oklahoma Press (1996).

First edition. xviii + 235 pp w/index. Fine in near fine dust jacket. Foreword by Libbert Crandon-Malamud. INSCRIBED by Malamud-Goti, “For Cameron, / for a quick / return to / these / parts / Jaime.” A critical assessment of Argentina’s human-rights trials by an insider.

MARKER, Chris.

Cambridge: Exact Change (2002).

First US edition. Fine CD-ROM in the original packaging. Essay by Marker, “Immemory” in English translation printed across three panels of the fold-out front cover. The state of memory in the digital era.

MARKER, Chris.

NY: Peter Blum Editions, 2011.

First edition. Oblong 8vo. Fine in fine dust jacket. One of 1000 copies. Poster, “A Subway Quartet” present as issued. Over 200 color photographs by the legendary filmmaker.

[MATTA-CLARK, Gordon].
Odd Lots: Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark’s Fake Estates.

NY: Cabinet Books in conjunction with the Queens Museum of Art and White Columns (2005).

First edition. 4to. 95 pp w/biographies. Fine in illustrated wrappers. A revisit and response to Matta-Clark’s “Fake Estates” project, during which he purchased small odd lots of real estate in Queens and Staten Island at auction.

Aspects of Mel’s Hole: Artists Respond to a Paranormal Land Event Occurring in Radiospace.

Santa Ana: Grand Central Press (2008).

First edition. 4to. [148 pp]. Fine in fine dust jacket. A variety of artists respond to this urban legend, first revealed by a caller on Art Bell’s “Coast to Coast AM.”

[MOLLINO, Carlo]. Brino, Giovanni.
Carlo Mollino: Architecture as Autobiography.

London: Thames and Hudson (1987).

First UK edition. 4to. 160 pp w/bibliography, chronology of works, exhibitions and auctions. Preface by Roberto Gabetti. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Thirty-one of the 360 illustrations are in color. Architecture, furniture, and interior design, 1928–1973.

MOYLE, Richard M. with Slippery Morton.
Alyawarra Music: Songs and society in a central Australian community.

Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, 1986.

First edition. 4to. 271 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket. 7” vinyl recording present. Music of the Alyawarra, living to north-east of Alice Springs. Nearly 200 songs transcribed. Illustrated with photographs, musical examples, and notations.

MUNARI, Bruno.
Supplemento al dizionario italiano.

Corraini Editore (1999).

First printing of this later edition (originally published in 1963). 112 pp. Fine in illustrated wrappers. Original wrap-around band present. Gestures from the ancient Romans to the present day.

NEVILLE, Richard.
Play Power.

London: Jonathan Cape (1970).

Second UK printing. 360 pp w/index. Faint foxing to endpapers, else near fine in near fine dust jacket. “Headopoly” poster game present in envelope at the rear of the rear of the volume. The international underground as seen by the publisher of OZ.

NYMAN, Michael.
Experimental Music: Cage and Beyond.

London: Studio Vista (1974).

First edition. 154 pp w/selected bibliography & index. Near fine in near fine dust jacket with light wear to base and crown of spine. Cameron Allan’s inked name and date on the front free endpaper. Illustrated. Nyman examines Feldman, Wolff, Cage, Fluxus, Wolff, Cardew, and more.

[NYMAN, Michael]. Sion, Pwyll ap.
The Music of Michael Nyman: Texts, Contexts and Intertexts.

Aldershot & Burlington: Ashgate (2007).

First edition. xviii + 232 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket. Composer, pianist, librettist, musicologist, and filmmaker best known for his collaborations with Peter Greenaway and the soundtrack album to Jane Campion’s film THE PIANO.

ONDAATJE, Michael.
Running in the Family.

NY: Norton (1982).

First US edition. 207 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. INSCRIBED by Ondaatje on the title page, “To Cameron / best wishes / Michael Ondaatje.” Fictional memoir of the Ondaatje family in Ceylon/Sri Lanka, occasioned by his return home after twenty-five years in Canada.

ORAM, Daphne.
An Individual note of Music, Sound, and Electronics.

London: Galliard, 1972.

First edition. v + 145 pp w/index. Very near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. One fold-out plate. Uncommon first book by this electronic music pioneer, musique concrète practitioner, inventor.

PARTCH, Harry.
Bitter Music: Collected Journals, Essays, Introductions, and Librettos.

Urbana & Chicago: University of Illinois Press (1991).

First edition. xxx + 487 pp. Fine in fine dust jacket. Edited by Thomas McGeary with his introduction. Features the text of a journal kept by Partch while he wadered the West Coast of the US as a transient, thought by Partch himself, to have been lost.

[PICABIA]. Borràs, Maria Lluïsa.

London: Thames & Hudson (1985).

First UK edition. 4to. 549 pp w/bibliography. Very near fine in like dust jacket. Illustrated with 1153 images, 226 of which are in color.

RICE, Peter.
An Engineer Imagines.

London: Artemis (1994).

First edition. Small 4to. 191 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket. Introduction by Frank Stella. The illustrated autobiography of one of the most influential structural engineers of last century, with the Sydney Opera House, the Pompidou Centre, and the Menil collection to his credit.

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