Verlag Lars Müller, Baden. 1990. 223, (1) pages. 4to (30 x 22,5 cm). Black cloth spine with thick card boards. The transparent printed jacket torn and worn. Name of the previous owner in ink on half title (Lars Hall). Profusely illustrated in colour and monochrome. Text in German. First edition.
Spirale was an international artists’ magazine for young art and is now one of the most important records of how art developed in the 50s. It marks the change of generations in post-war art and documents the development of abstract and constructive/concrete art in Europe. The Spirale was edited by Marcel Wyss, Dieter Roth, and Eugen Gromringer, other contributors were Max Bill, Richard Paul Lohse, Karl Gerstner, Mr Bremer, Helmut Heissenbuttel and other.