Koos Dalstra - Fashion [Franky says: Vive le Maximalisme!]
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Koos Dalstra - Fashion [Franky says: Vive le Maximalisme!] - Amsterdam - Erven Wirra Weltklang Produkties Inc. - 1985 - 1st edition - 160 pp - Softcover with dust jacket - 13 x 20 cm. - Design: Peter Mertens
Condition: Excellent - COMPLETE with the wrap-around band.
Two plays (Claus and Vlaggeman), an essay (Link) and poems (Visch). Illustrated with (partially tipped-in) photos and reproductions in colour and black and white by Bob van Dantzig, Paul Blanca and painters Rob Scholte and Peter Klashorst. Text in Dutch.
Typography: Janny Oei and Peter Baren. Edition: 500 copies. The frontispiece is based on the book Conserve by Willem Frederik Hermans. Author photo by Maarten Corbijn (= Corbino, the brother of Anton Corbijn). The booklet was issued with a wrap-around band.
¶ Dutch poet and visual artist Koos Dalstra (1950-) founded the artist group 'De Maximalen' in the 1980s (with Joost Zwagerman and others). He became known as a performer under the pseudonym Dalstar. After Rob Scholte became the victim of a bomb attack in 1994, he accused Dalstra (a former criminologist) of being the perpetrator.