First edition, first printing. Folded unbound leaves in card covers, as issued. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs of the artists and their work. A very good copy, the covers firm with a little creasing to the spine tips and toning to the spine and panel edges. The contents, with the pencilled ownership inscription of James Booth (former Professor of English at the University of Hull and biographer, editor and former colleague of Philip Larkin) on the inside front cover and occasional foxing spots or toning to the margins, are otherwise clean and bright.

An unusual catalogue for an exhibition on kinetic art which was curated by Theo Crosby and Caroline Tisdall at the Hayward Gallery in London, 25th September - 22nd November 1970, and featured a wide range of both established and emerging artists who were engaging with kinetic art in many varied ways. The novel and unfixed nature of the binding cleverly incorporates the theme of the exhibition into the catalogue.

Stock code: 25361


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