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The Robert C. Morgan Conceptual Art Collection of Correspondence, Interviews, Artists’ Books, Monographs, Catalogs, and Ephemera

Featuring John Baldessari, Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, Sol LeWitt, and Lawrence Weiner



Robert C. Morgan (b. 1943) is an internationally renowned American art critic, art historian, curator, lecturer, poet, and painter. He completed his dissertation, “The Role of Documentation in Conceptual Art: An Aesthetic Inquiry,” at New York University (School of Education) in 1978. It was the first dissertation on Conceptual Art in the U.S. and was later rewritten, updated and published as Conceptual Art: An American Perspective (McFarland & Company, 1994).

The present collection springs from Morgan’s assiduous research and writing, and provides copious evidence of and discerning insight into the enduring phenomenon of Conceptual art, with particular attention to Lawrence Weiner, Robert Barry, Peter Downsbrough, John Baldessari, Dan Graham, Douglas Huebler, Seth Siegelaub, Allan Kaprow, Joseph Kosuth, Sol LeWitt, and Ed Ruscha, to name a few. The collection includes artists’ books, monographs, catalogs, cards, posters, recordings, correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, and so forth, and represents the work of more than 100 artists, writers, curators, and editors.

Photo above: From John Baldessari’s Throwing Three Balls in the Air to Get a Straight Line (Best of Thirty-Six Attempts).

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The collection has been sold.










The Arctic Plants of New York City
by James Walsh

Cloth over boards with slipcase, 9 1/8 x 12 1/8 inches, 96 pp.
34 for sale from an edition of 40 signed copies.
Price: $3,850

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Threads Talk Series

Threads Talk Series
Edited by Steve Clay and Kyle Schlesinger

Paperback, $24.95
ISBN 978-1-88-712384-6
Co-published with Cuneiform Press

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Pense-Bête
By Marcel Broodthaers

Wrappers, 8 5/8 x 11 5/8” 32 pp
Hand-made facsimile edition of 100 of which 75 are for sale
Price: $2,000

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Granary Books is pleased to offer for sale

The Ed Sanders Archive

Including the Fugs, Peace Eye Bookstore, Fuck You/ A Magazine of the Arts, Allen Ginsberg, d.a. levy, Claude Pélieu, John Sinclair and so much more


The Ed Sanders Archive is a remarkable record of the legendary poet, writer, editor, publisher, activist, Fugs founder and icon of American counterculture. It begins with his first poems written while he still lived in Missouri (1955) and encompasses all of his expansive life and career emanating from a secret location on the Lower East Side.
 
The archive is an incomparable resource that allows for the exploration into Sanders' seminal contributions to the Mimeo Revolution and American poetry, his legacy in the underground and counterculture, his political activism as well as his music. Ed Sanders organized the archive over a 10-year period and prepared a detailed finding aid.
 
Rumors of this vast trove have long circulated among poets, scholars, librarians, and fans.




Photo top: Ed Sanders backstage at the Fillmore East with his friend Janis Joplin, March 8, 1968. Above, left: Ed Sanders “flashing a mudra” taught to him by Allen Ginsberg in 1964.  Above, right: “Ed Sanders, a leader of New York's Other Culture.” Life, February 17, 1967.

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