Warsaw: Galeria Repassage, 1974. Quarto (A4). Original staple-stitched printed wrappers;  pp. Numerous black-and-white illustrations throughout. Very good.
Catalog documenting the exhibitions held 1974–1975 at Galeria Repassage (Repassage Gallery), one of the most important sites of the Polish neo-avantgarde and counterculture of the 1970s. It saw numerous exhibitions devoted to conceptual art and performance. Like many galleries of the period, it was physically located in a building that was part of a university, in this case Warsaw University, and it was closely associated with the academic community as well, particularly the faculty and graduates of the Academy of Fine Arts. At the time of this issue, the gallery as managed by Elżbieta and Emil Cieślar. The gallery was closed following a general strike of the students and the imposition of martial law in Poland. Among the artists presented in the present catalog are Piotr Bernacki, Piotr Piwowarczyk, Wiktor Gutt, Waldemar Raniszewski, and numerous others.
As of June 2020, we cannot trace any copies in North America via KVK, OCLC.
Book ID: 50453