Berlin: Herwarth Walden, 1910. First edition. Softcover. Small Folio (15 x 11 1/4"). 8pp. Original tan illustrated wraps with black lettering on covers, protected by modern mylar. "Der Sturm" is considered to be one of the great avant guard publications. Published from 1910–1932, this serial was first issued on a weekly basis, then bi-weekly, and monthly starting in 1915. Includes original art prints and illustrations printed lithographically and in offset. First reference to artwork in each issue relates to cover art.
Published on July 14, 1910, this issue features a lithographically reproduced drawing by Oskar Kokoschka for his drama "Mörder, Hoffnung der Frauen", on the cover. Contributions by Alfred Döblin on music, "Gespräche mit Kalypso", excerpts from Paul Leppin's novel "Daniel Jesus", an article on the chances for peace with a drawing ("Siegfried Wagner") by Siegfried Pfankuch (Euphorion Verlag), and contributions by Paul Scheerbart, Karl Vogt, and a satire on the the occupation of the Vatican by Minimax, "Kriegsbericht". Two pages of illustrated advertisements at rear, including an announcement of the gallery Fritz Gurlitt, Berlin, for an exhibition featuring works by Böcklin, Leibl, Thoma, Liebermann, and Trübner.
Text in German. Cover page with small chips along bottom half of foredge. All pages reinforce with transparent tape at horizontal fold in middle. Light age toning. Overall in very good condition. vg. Item #44130