Topless Pulp Fiction. New publication by Fulton Ryder. Edition of 300 copies. To be released @ the Beverly Hills Hotel L.A. Jan 23-26.

Topless Pulp Fiction. New publication by Fulton Ryder. Edition of 300 copies. To be released @ the Beverly Hills Hotel L.A. Jan 23-26.

Fulton Ryder & Harper’s Books
Beverly Hills Hotel
January 23-26

 

Fulton Ryder & Harper’s Books

Beverly Hills Hotel

January 23-26

 

Season’s Greetings!

Season’s Greetings!

Book Market was a great event. Thanks to everyone who came by!

Book Market was a great event. Thanks to everyone who came by!

Come hang out with our fucked up family at Book Market this Saturday at Karma in NYC, 11am to 8pm.

Come hang out with our fucked up family at Book Market this Saturday at Karma in NYC, 11am to 8pm.

Book Market / This Saturday at Karma in NYC. 11am to 8pm. Come visit us.

Book Market / This Saturday at Karma in NYC. 11am to 8pm. Come visit us.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2013
11AM -8PM
39 GREAT JONES ST
Fulton Ryder, Karma, Harper’s Books, Printed Matter, 6 Decades, Hassla, Primary Information and White Columns
Music all day by Will Boone, Matthew Higgs, S&M, Nick Relph, Marc Hundley and James Hoff

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2013

11AM -8PM

39 GREAT JONES ST

Fulton Ryder, Karma, Harper’s Books, Printed Matter, 6 Decades, Hassla, Primary Information and White Columns

Music all day by Will Boone, Matthew Higgs, S&M, Nick Relph, Marc Hundley and James Hoff

Genieve Figgis exhibition now up at Fulton Ryder thru January 22, 2014.

Genieve Figgis exhibition now up at Fulton Ryder thru January 22, 2014.

Ted Joans
The Hipsters
New York: Corinth Books, 1961. First edition. A legendary book in the Beat canon, with collages & text by the quintessential hipster Ted Joans (1927-2003) published at the height of the “Rent-a-Beatnik” era.
Order here:
http://www.fultonryder.com/books/joans_the_hipsters

Ted Joans

The Hipsters

New York: Corinth Books, 1961. First edition. A legendary book in the Beat canon, with collages & text by the quintessential hipster Ted Joans (1927-2003) published at the height of the “Rent-a-Beatnik” era.

Order here:

http://www.fultonryder.com/books/joans_the_hipsters

Robert Cumming: Photographic Works 1969-1980
France: F.R.A.C. Limousin, 1994. First edition of 2000 copies. Challenging longstanding perceptions about photography’s apparent relationship to the objective world, Cumming creates alternative and hypothetical “realities” using found and fabricated objects in staged scenarios.
Order here:
http://www.fultonryder.com/books/robert_cumming_photographic_works_1969_1980

Robert Cumming: Photographic Works 1969-1980

France: F.R.A.C. Limousin, 1994. First edition of 2000 copies. Challenging longstanding perceptions about photography’s apparent relationship to the objective world, Cumming creates alternative and hypothetical “realities” using found and fabricated objects in staged scenarios.

Order here:

http://www.fultonryder.com/books/robert_cumming_photographic_works_1969_1980

Das Kunstwerk. The Work of Art. 
Germany: Agis Verlag, 1966. First edition. A great snapshot of the New York contemporary art and gallery scene in the mid-60s featuring photos of artists at work in their studios and work on display. Featured artists include: Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Al Held, Helen Frankenthaler, George Segal, Willem De Kooning, Claes Oldenburg, Donald Judd, Richard Lindner, Ellsworth Kelly, Man Ray, Vasarely, and many others. Text in German.
To order, click here:
http://www.fultonryder.com/books/das_kunstwerk._the_work_of_art._10_12_xii

Das Kunstwerk. The Work of Art. 

Germany: Agis Verlag, 1966. First edition. A great snapshot of the New York contemporary art and gallery scene in the mid-60s featuring photos of artists at work in their studios and work on display. Featured artists include: Andy Warhol, Frank Stella, Al Held, Helen Frankenthaler, George Segal, Willem De Kooning, Claes Oldenburg, Donald Judd, Richard Lindner, Ellsworth Kelly, Man Ray, Vasarely, and many others. Text in German.

To order, click here:

http://www.fultonryder.com/books/das_kunstwerk._the_work_of_art._10_12_xii

Genieve Figgis at Fulton Ryder

Genieve Figgis at Fulton Ryder

Raymond Pettibon
Full set of zines
Available at Fulton Ryder

Raymond Pettibon
Full set of zines
Available at Fulton Ryder

Ed Ruscha, Driver
Royal Road Test
Inscribed
Available at Fulton Ryder

Ed Ruscha, Driver
Royal Road Test
Inscribed
Available at Fulton Ryder

NOTES FROM A REVOLUTION: COM/CO, THE DIGGERS & THE HAIGHT

Published by Fulton Ryder in partnership with Foggy Notion Books

Edited by David Hollander & Kristine McKenna
Introduction by Peter Coyote/Essay by Naomi Wolf
Conversation with Claude Hayward by Kristine McKenna 
Flexi-bound / 8 1/2 x 11” / 176 pages / 150 color images

The social upheaval of the sixties gave rise to many fascinating coalitions and communes, but the Diggers, a little-known and short-lived group, stand apart from them all. Formed in Haight-Ashbury in 1966 by members of R. G. Davis’s subversive theater company, the San Francisco Mime Troupe, the Diggers took their name from the English Diggers, a seventeenth century agrarian collective devoted to creating a utopian society free of ownership and commerce.

The San Francisco Diggers – under the leadership of Peter Berg, Emmett Grogan, Peter Coyote, and Billy Murcott – were true anarchists, with roots in the Theater of the Absurd, Existentialism, and strategies of direct action. They coined slogans designed to prod people into participating and staged art happenings, public interventions, and street theater infused with wicked humor. The Diggers also provided free food, clothing, medical care and lodging to anyone in need as part of their effort to create a unified and mutually supportive community.

     A critically important part of their methodology were the hundreds of broadsides that they regularly produced and distributed throughout the Haight, printed by the Communication Company, a maverick, short-lived publishing outfit founded by Chester Anderson and Claude Hayward. A selection of these graphically inventive, lacerating and sometimes funny broadsides are gathered together for the first time in Notes From a Revolution, which offers a fascinating and oddly moving record of the counterculture in its early bloom.

Available for sale here:

http://www.fultonryder.com/publications/the_diggers_notes_from_a_revolution