Bruxelles: Palais des Beaux-Arts, 1966. First edition. 8vo, saddle-stapled in silscreened french fold wraps. Offset lithograph on various paper stocks. Foreward by Al Hansen. With a pamphlet entitled "Significance of Sound in Toche's Work" by Paul De Clairmont laid in.
The catalog for this exibition of sound sculptures at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium, October 13 - 25, 1966, comprising four works - Musicalpianoforlilpicard, keepoffmannodogs, Themediallsdtv, and Themessage. The foreward by Al Hansen characterizes these works as "the art of the urban perception flood. Arts products torn loose from the bathos of signs and commercia advertisements : buzzing, blinking, beckoning symbols and devices fo the international city landscape Is someone calling us?
The catalog was beautifully designed by César Putzeys, and is one of the more beautiful catalogs of the decade.
Wraps lightly creased and rubbed but very good. Item #28351