Mesék a hétfejű varrógépről. (Symposion Könyvek 53.) [Stories of the Seven-Headed Sewing Machine. (Symposion Books 53.)]
Hungarian Radical Female Performance Artist

Mesék a hétfejű varrógépről. (Symposion Könyvek 53.) [Stories of the Seven-Headed Sewing Machine. (Symposion Books 53.)]

Újvidék [Novi Sad, Yugoslavia]: Symposion (Forum Lap- és Könyvkiadó és Nyomdaipari Munkaszervezet, 1978. First edition. In original, photographic cover. Illustrated throughout by the author. The illustrations are printed in silver on black paper. 107, (5) p. Slightly rubbed at extremities. Inside fine. Overall in very good condition.

First edition of Ladik’s illustrated book of poems.

Katalin Ladik (b. 1942) is a Yugoslavian (today Serbia) born Hungarian radical female performance artist, poet and writer. Besides other prizes, in 2016 she was awarded by the LennonOno Grant for Peace together with Ai Weiwei, Anish Kapoor and Olafur Eliasson. She was an exhibitor at “documenta 14” in 2017.

The publisher of the book was the avant-garde, literary and art magazine of the Hungarians in Yugoslavia (Serbia) “Új Symposion”.

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Price: €600.00

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