New York: Harold A. Loeb, 1922.
Softcover. Good plus. Item #52424
Quarto. Pagination continues from vol. 1; 2pp ads, 83-156, plus 4pp. ads at rear. Cubist style cover illustration by Juan Gris. Featuring ANIMALS, by Karl With, VITRION, by Ilya Ehrenbourg, poems by Pierre Reverdy and Edwin Muir and much more. Illustrated with photographs of Chinese, South Indian and Javanese Sculptures. Wear and small edge tears to over-hanging edges. Uniform soiling and some light foxing.
"BROOM: An International Magazine of the Arts was a little magazine founded by Harold Loeb and Alfred Kreymborg and published from November 1921 to January 1924. Initially, the magazine was printed in Europe, first in Rome and then in Berlin, with the intention of bringing new, avant-garde art back to the U.S."-wikipedia.