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Lightworks Magazine, Number 7, Summer 1977 by  Eric; Charlton Burch; Jim Shaw Keller - 1977 - from A&D Books and

Lightworks Magazine, Number 7, Summer 1977

by Keller, Eric; Charlton Burch; Jim Shaw

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Ann Arbor: Lightworks Magazine, 1977. Magazine. First edition, complete with all inserts. Near Fine with a blindstamp to the first leaf; one leaf has a tiny dog ear; plastic bag, with the original price sticker, is worn. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The summer 1977 issue of Lightworks Magaine (No. 7,) an artist's journal edited by Charlton Burch and Eric Keller, issued entirely loose-leaf in a zip lock plastic bag. Includes contributions of various sizes and materials by: A.L.M Andrade, Guillaume Apollinaire (concrete poetry reproduction), John M. Bennett, Barry Brooks, Steven Cole, Michael Cucello (textile serigraph on silk), Harry Gamboa, Martha Haslanger, E.F. Higgins III (rubber stamp artwork), Eric Keller, Helmut Light (aka James Atkinson, xerox/collage), Opal L. Nations, Frederick Parke (computer graphics), Diane Piepol, Carol Rosen (textile serigraph on silk), Gerhard Schlanzky, Jim Shaw (of Destory all Monsters fame), and Marilyn Zimmerman. A total of 22 loose leafs, some printed both sides, housed in a ziplock plastic bag, as issued. Believed to be complete with one item duplicated and one advertising insert.
  • Bookseller: A&D Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 19327
  • Title: Lightworks Magazine, Number 7, Summer 1977
  • Author: Keller, Eric; Charlton Burch; Jim Shaw
  • Format/binding: Magazine
  • Book condition: Used
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Publisher: Lightworks Magazine
  • Place: Ann Arbor
  • Date published: 1977
  • Keywords: Periodicals; Photography; Artists' Books
  • Bookseller catalogs: Photography; Art; Artist book; Periodicals;
  • Subjects: ART / General; PHOTOGRAPHY / General;


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