New York: Something Else Press, 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. 8vo. White cloth boards in blue dust jacket. Seafoam-green topstain. Touches of edgewear and two small chips to upper edge of jacket. Front flap price-clipped. Mild bumping to boards at corners and spine ends; faint toning to edges. Very good plus overall. 176pp. Very good + / very good +. Item #23791
"CHANGES can be considered the earliest of [Something Else] Press' integral 'artist' books,' where the design is more related to the artist's style and method of composition than to book tradition. Francis Starr [...] edited Cunningham's material and with him laid out the pages using chance methods, orienting this process toward an evocation of his dance" (Peter Frank, SOMETHING ELSE PRESS: An Annotated Bibliography, 25). Frank notes more than 3500 copies issued in cloth, but as this is one of the scarcest of the Something Else titles, we suspect actually much lower. A key book both for the press and for Cunningham.