AVANT GARDE #7 / Ralph Ginzburg / 1969
Avant Garde #7 / Ralph Ginzburg / 1969
Independent counter-culture ‘zine for the anti-war generation. Every editorial frighteningly in sync with today’s political turmoil. Full of feminism, sex, activism and art (what more do you need?). In this issue: American artists and thinkers give suggestions on ways to celebrate American Bicentennial (inc. Nina Simone, Marshall McLuhan, Terry Southern, Jonas Mekas, Calder, Otto Preminger, Jim Morrison, Duke Ellington, Johnny Carson, Jackie Robinson…), the shape of the female breastfeeding breast, thoughts on political folk singing by Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, failure of the Black Power movement, the erotic paintings + photography of Paul Wonderlich, interview with Jerry Rubin, John Alcorn inspired by Fellini’s Satyricon, rorschach sculptures by Herbert George, “Maestro of Cinema Verite” D.A. Pennebaker, poetry by Jean Genet, the amazing cat drawings of Guy Bourdin, and much more.
Edited by Ralph Ginzburg, and art directed by type-god Herb Lubalin. Great condition, clean interior / 60 pgs.
20% of this sale will be donated to Planned Parenthood.
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