Chicago: William and Norma Copley Foundation, 1965. First edition. Portfolio, all illustrations, 26 cm. This publication assembled by Richard Hamilton according to Roth's instructions, consists of loose sheets, fastened through the middle, with a heavy staple, to the back cover. There is also a loosely inserted text folio. Slight edge wear. From the collection of Barnet and Eleanor Hodes, directors of the Copley Foundation. Complete and in excellent condition, with usual creasing to the spine and overlapping edges of the cover. Item #32143
"Diter Rot's unique talents suggested, when the idea of devoting a Copley monograph to his work was first discussed, that the Rot book could be art, in his terms, rather than a critical evaluation and survey of past achievements. His reaction to our proposal is this assemblage of printed matter. Its pages are a kind of visual diary squirted out during three years of spasmodic labor in fulfillment of a scheme outlined in a letter dated 19 July 62 which prefaces the book."--Richard Hamilton, introductory pamphlet.