29 March 2011
edition original 1
13 prints and multiples, 1962-64, lacking the works by Christo and Martial Raysee, from the portfolio of 15, with title, text and justification, signed by the publisher on the justification, copy number 82 from the total edition of 130 (including thirty hors commerce-copies), published by Hans Möller, Hofhauspresse, Düsseldorf, circa 1964, most signed and numbered 81/130 [sic!], various papers and materials, some with minor creases at the edges, some dividing boards stained and foxed, within the original white vinyl-covered boards and slipcase(portfolio)
S. 415 x 365 mm.
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Please note that this portfolio was published after the death of Yves Klein and that his contribution is not signed.
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