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Recording Conceptual Art: Early Interviews with Barry, Huebler, Kaltenbach, LeWitt, Morris, Oppenheim, Siegelaub, Smithson and Weiner, Alberro, Alexander, and Norvell, Patricia (Joint Editors)
1 Alberro, Alexander, and Norvell, Patricia (Joint Editors)
Recording Conceptual Art: Early Interviews with Barry, Huebler, Kaltenbach, LeWitt, Morris, Oppenheim, Siegelaub, Smithson and Weiner
Berkeley, CA University of California Press 2001 0520220110 / 9780520220119 First paperback edition Trade Paperback Fine 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
162 pp., illus., bib. notes, index; 26 cm. Tight, clean copy. Interviews with pioneering conceptual artists Robert Barry, Douglas Huebler, Stephen Kaltenbach, Sol LeWitt, Robert Morris, Dennis Oppenheim, Seth Siegelaub, Robert Smithson and Lawrence Weiner. The interviews were undertaken by Norvell. "Recording Conceptual Art features a highly provocative series of previously unpublished interviews conducted in early 1969 with some of the most dynamic, daring, and innovative artists of the tumultuous 1960s. The nine individuals--eight artists and one art dealer--are now known as major contributors to Conceptual art. These fascinating dialogues, conducted by Patricia Norvell, provide tantalizing moments of spontaneous philosophizing and brilliant insights, as well as moments of unabashed self-importance, with highly imaginative and colorful individuals. / Alexander Alberro is Assistant Professor of Modern Art at the University of Florida. He is coeditor of Conceptual Art: A Critical Anthology (1999) and editor of Two-Way Mirror Power: Selected Writings by Dan Graham on His Art (1999). Patricia Norvell is an artist living in New York City. Her work has appeared widely in public spaces and galleries across the United States. She has taught at Columbia University, Hunter College, and other institutions." - Publisher. 
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Rainer Ganahl, Alden, Todd
2 Alden, Todd
Rainer Ganahl
Marseille Galerie Roger Pailhas 1992 1st Paperback Fine Exhibition Catalogue 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
24 pp., illus.; 25 x 20 cm. Firm binding, clean inside copy. 
Price: 24.95 USD
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Topics in American Art since 1945, Alloway, Lawrence
3 Alloway, Lawrence
Topics in American Art since 1945
New York W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. 1975 0393092372 / 9780393092370 First paperback edition Trade Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
283 pp., illus., bib. notes, index; 22 cm. Firm binding, with one spine crease. Clean inside copy. Light edgewear to wraps, age toning. A collection of Alloway's articles from various magazines, including Artforum, Arts, Art International, Studio International and The Nation. The British art curator and critic, who coined the phrase "pop art," was married to painter Sylvia Sleigh and lived in New York. 
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4 Andre, Carl; Meyer, James (Edited by)
Cuts: Texts, 1959-2004
Cambridge, MA MIT Press 2005 0262012154 / 9780262012157 First Edition, First Printing Hard Cover NEW Collectible 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
xxi, 317 pp., illus., biblio., index; 24 cm. BRAND NEW. Shrinkwrapped. OVERSIZE! No priority/air, except by special arrangement. "Just as Carl Andre's sculptures are 'cuts' of elemental materials, his writings are condensed expressions, 'cuts' of language that emphasize the part rather than the whole. Andre, a central figure in minimalism and one of the most influential sculptors of our time, does not produce the usual critical essay. He has said that he is 'not a writer of prose,' and the texts included in Cuts -- the most comprehensive collection of his writings yet published -- appear in a wide variety of forms that are pithy and poetic rather than prosaic. Some texts are statements, many of them fifty words or less, written for catalog entries and press releases. Others are Socratic dialogues, interwoven statements, or in the form of questionnaires and interviews. Still others are letters -- public and private, lengthy missives and postcards. Some are epigrams and maxims (for example, on Damian Hirst: I DON'T FEAR HIS SHARK. I FEAR HIS FORMALDEHYDE) and some are planar poems, words and letters arranged and rearranged into different patterns. They are organized alphabetically by subject, under such entries as 'Art and Capitalism,' 'Childhood,' 'Entropy (After Smithson),' 'Matter,' 'My Work,' 'Other Artists,' and 'Poetry,' and they include Andre's reflections on Michelangelo and Duchamp, on Stein and Marx, and such contemporaries as Eva Hesse, Robert Smithson, Robert Morris, and Damien Hirst. Carl Andre's writing and its materiality -- its stress on the visual and tactile qualities of language -- takes its place beside his sculpture and its materiality, its revelation of 'matter as matter rather than matter as symbol.' Both assert the ethical and political primacy of matter in a culture that prizes the replica, the insubstantial, and the virtual. 'I am not an idealist as an artist,' says Andre. 'I try to discover my visions in the conditions of the world. It's the conditions which are important.' / Carl Andre is a sculptor and poet. James Meyer is Associate Professor of Art History at Emory University. He is the author of Minimalism: Art and Polemics in the Sixties and the editor of The AIDS Crisis is Ridiculous and Other Writings 1986-2003 by Gregg Bordowitz (MIT Press, 2004)." - Publisher. 
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I Never Knew What Time It Was, Antin, David
5 Antin, David
I Never Knew What Time It Was
Berkeley, CA University of California Press 2005 0520243056 / 9780520243057 1st Paperback Fine Collectible 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall SIGNED
xi, 175 pp.; 21 cm. SIGNED and dated by the author in the year of publication. First paperback edition. A fine copy. "In this series of intricately related texts, internationally known poet, critic, and performance artist David Antin explores the experience of time--how it's felt, remembered, and recounted. These free-form talk pieces--sometimes called talk poems or simply talks--began as improvisations at museums, universities, and poetry centers where Antin was invited to come and think out loud. Serious and playful, they move rapidly from keen analysis to powerful storytelling to passages of pure comedy, as they range kaleidoscopically across Antin's experiences: in the New York City of his childhood and youth, the Eastern Europe of family and friends, and the New York and Southern California of his art and literary career. The author's analysis and abrasive comedy have been described as a mix of Lenny Bruce and Ludwig Wittgenstein, his commitment to verbal invention and narrative as a fusion of Mark Twain and Gertrude Stein. Taken together, these pieces provide a rich oral history of and critical context for the evolution of the California art scene from the 1960s onward. / David Antin is Professor Emeritus of Visual Arts at the University of California, San Diego. Among his most recent books are A Conversation with David Antin (2002), what it means to be avant-garde (1993), and Selected Poems: 1963-1973 (1991)." - Publisher. 
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Selected Poems: 1963-1973, Antin, David
6 Antin, David
Selected Poems: 1963-1973
Los Angeles Sun & Moon Press 1991 1557130582 / 9781557130587 First Edition, First Printing Soft Cover Good 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 
431 pp., illus.; 19 cm. Sun & Moon classics, vol. 10. Firm binding, with one spine crease. Small corner crease/front cover, soiled edges. A scruffy, but serviceable copy. Stated "First Edition." 
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Talking at the Boundaries, Antin, David
7 Antin, David
Talking at the Boundaries
New York New Directions 1976 0811205606 / 9780811205603 First paperback edition Trade Paperback Good 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
267 pp.; 21 cm. NDP388. Good+. Firm binding, creased spine. Clean inside copy. Age toning. 
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The Mechanism of Meaning: Work in Progress (1963-1971, 1978) Based on the Method of Arakawa, Arakawa, Shusaku, and Gins, Madeline
8 Arakawa, Shusaku, and Gins, Madeline
The Mechanism of Meaning: Work in Progress (1963-1971, 1978) Based on the Method of Arakawa
New York Harry N. Abrams, Inc., Publishers 1979 0810906678 / 9780810906679 First U.S. Edition Hard Cover Very Good Fine Collectible Oblong 
Cloth, 97 pp., illus.; 26 x 27 cm. Earlier ed. (c. 1971) published in German under title: Mechanismus der Bedeutung (Werk im Entstehen: 1963-1971). Near fine. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Age toning. Dust jacket protected in a mylar book cover. OVERSIZE! No priority/international, except by special arrangement. 
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Mind over Matter: Concept and Object, Armstrong, Richard (Curated by)
9 Armstrong, Richard (Curated by)
Mind over Matter: Concept and Object
New York Whitney Museum of Art 1990 0874270731 / 9780874270730 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good Exhibition Catalogue 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
156 pp., illus. (some col.), bib. notes; 25 cm. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Oct. 3, 1990-Jan. 6, 1991. Near fine. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Light shelfwear to wraps. An exhibition on the neo-conceptual art of the late eighties. Includes: Ashley Bickerton, Nayland Blake, Tishan Hsu, Ronald Jones, Liz Larner, and Annette Lemieux. 
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Critical Kitaj: Essays on the Work of R. B. Kitaj, Aulich, James, and Lynch, John (Joint Editors)
10 Aulich, James, and Lynch, John (Joint Editors)
Critical Kitaj: Essays on the Work of R. B. Kitaj
New Brunswick, NJ Rutgers University Press 2000 081352900X / 9780813529004 Trade Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
x, 249 pp., [6] pp. of plates, illus. (some col.), bib. notes, index; 25 cm. Tight, clean copy. Cocked spine/lean, front cover slightly bent. An interesting anthology. Recommended by Sander L. Gilman as "the very best book-length study of Kitaj that is available." "Critical Kitaj surveys virtually all the important aspects of Kitaj's art: its reception, its diasporic claims, its monumentalism, and its literary and cultural references. I find this collection actually the very best book-length study of Kitaj that is available."--Sander L. Gilman, Henry R. Luce Distinguished Service Professor of the Liberal Arts in Human Biology, The University of Chicago. "The 1994 Kitaj retrospective at the Tate Gallery generated a great deal of furor and discussion, only confirming this artist's stature as a major figure in the postwar international arts scene. In over thirty years as a successful and respected artist, Kitaj has explored the relationship between the visual and the poetic, taking references from high literature and popular culture to develop an iconography of post-Holocaust Jewish identity in his work. In his search for personal and artistic identity the subjects of his work and life have taken him on a literal and figurative journey via Vienna, New York, Paris, London, Frankfurt, and Los Angeles from youthful bohemianism and studied anarchism to the discovery of his Jewishness. His subject matter has not been easy, drawing inspiration and alluding to such diverse sources as Walter Benjamin, R. P. Blackmur, Ezra Pound, and John Ford. This richly illustrated collection of essays brings together for the first time a range of critical approaches to Kitaj's vast body of work, including his painting, printmaking, and filmmaking. Contributors include Terry Atkinson, James Aulich, David Peters Corbett, Martin Deppner, Simon Faulkner, Pat Gilmour, John Lynch, Giles Peaker, David Peters, Alan Woods, and Janet Woolf. / James Aulich is a Lecturer in the department of history of art and design at Manchester Metropolitan University. John Lynch is a lecturer in the School of Cultural Studies at Leeds Metropolitan University." - Publisher. 
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The Photographic Illusion: Duane Michals: Using the Mind's Eye to Create Photos for Collectors and Clients, Bailey, Ron
11 Bailey, Ron
The Photographic Illusion: Duane Michals: Using the Mind's Eye to Create Photos for Collectors and Clients
Dobbs Ferry, NY Morgan & Morgan, Inc., Publishers 1975 0871000911 / 9780871000910 Soft Cover Very Good 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
96 pp., illus. (some col.); 28 cm. Tight, clean copy. Light shelfwear. No owner's marks. 
Price: 19.95 USD
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James Coleman, Baker, George (Edited by)
12 Baker, George (Edited by)
James Coleman
Cambridge, MA MIT Press; October Files 5 2003 0262523418 / 9780262523417 Paperback Very Good 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
vi, 213 pp., illus., bib. notes, index; 23 cm. Near fine. Tight, clean copy. Remainder mark/tail edge. "James Coleman has emerged in recent years as one of the most important artists of visual postmodernism. His work has transformed critical debates about the status of the image in contemporary culture and influenced an entire generation of younger artists in ways that have not yet been fully acknowledged. Until recently, Coleman has enjoyed relatively little critical attention -- in part because of his refusal to comment on his projects or to allow his work to be reconstructed outside of the context of its exhibition. The illustrated essays in this book span the entirety of Coleman's career to date, from his early postminimal and conceptual experiments with memory and perception, through his work in film, video, and narrative in the 1980s, to his current ongoing series of slide projections with voice-over that he calls simply 'projected images.' Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of the debates induced by Coleman's work, the essays discuss issues of subjectivity and identity, nationalism, postcolonialism, memory, spectacle culture, digitalization, and new media. The contributors are Raymond Bellour, Benjamin Buchloh, Lynne Cooke, Jean Fisher, Luke Gibbons, Rosalind Krauss, Anne Rorimer, and Kaja Silverman. Written by curators, critics, and scholars and spanning the fields of art history, literary criticism, philosophy, and film theory, the essays attest to the interdisciplinary challenge of Coleman's work. George Baker is Assistant Professor of Art History at UCLA." - Publisher. 
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Yours in Food, John Baldessari, Baldessari, John; Auster, Paul, et al. (Contributions by)
13 Baldessari, John; Auster, Paul, et al. (Contributions by)
Yours in Food, John Baldessari
New York Princeton Architectural Press; A Blind Spot Book 2004 1568984952 / 9781568984957 First Edition, First Printing Hard Cover Very Good Fine Collectible 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
Cloth, 139 pp., illus. (some col.); 25 cm. With meditations on eating by Paul Auster, John Baldessari, David Byrne, Dave Eggers, David Gilbert, Tim Griffin, Andy Grundberg, John Haskell, Michael Kimmelman, Michael More, Glenn O'Brien, Francine Prose, and Peter Schjeldahl, and Lynne Tillman. Near fine. Tight, clean copy. Tail corner/back board lightly bumped. Stated "First Edition." Dust jacket protected in a mylar book cover. "In John Baldessari's new book, Yours in Food, the founding member of the conceptual art movement explores America at the table, savoring the nuances of breaking bread in carefully composed vignettes culled appropriated video and film. Reflections on food and eating specially commissioned from a smorgasbord of contemporary writers on culture and the arts, from novelist David Eggers to musician David Byrne, offer up the perfect accompaniment to Baldessari's work. Paired with his images, these humorous, insightful, and, in some cases, bizarre meditations investigate one of the most fundamental and telling of all human experiences. A visual and intellectual feast, Yours in Food is sure to entertain and delight readers of fiction, art history, and cultural criticism and all lovers of food. / John Baldessari is one of the most influential American artists to emerge since the mid-1960s. His droll and ironic composite photocollages, installations, and videotapes have shed new light on the nature of perception, meaning, and interpretation." - Publisher. 
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John Baldessari: Somewhere Between Almost Right and Not Quite (with Orange), Baldessari, John; Bashkoff, Tracy (Organized by)
14 Baldessari, John; Bashkoff, Tracy (Organized by)
John Baldessari: Somewhere Between Almost Right and Not Quite (with Orange)
Berlin and New York Deutsche Guggenheim; Guggenheim Museum Publications 2005 0892073179 / 9780892073177 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Exhibition Catalogue 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
Pictorial boards, 104 pp., illus. (some col.), biblio.; 29 cm. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Deutsche Guggenheim Museum, Berlin, Oct. 30, 2004-Jan. 16, 2005. Firm binding, clean inside copy. OVERSIZE! No priority/international, except by special arrangement. 
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Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity, 1900-2000, Barron, Stephanie, and Bernstein, Sheri, and Fort, Ilene Susan
15 Barron, Stephanie, and Bernstein, Sheri, and Fort, Ilene Susan
Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity, 1900-2000
Los Angeles and Berkeley Los Angeles County Museum of Art; University of California Press 2000 0520227654 / 9780520227651 Soft Cover Very Good Exhibition Catalogue 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 
351 pp., illus. (some col.), biblio., index; 32 cm. Near fine. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Superficial dampstain at the end (slight ripple; pages don't stick). OVERSIZE! No priority/international, except by special arrangement. "This opulent and expansive volume, published in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's monumental exhibition Made in California: Art, Image, and Identity,1900-2000, charts the dynamic relationship between the arts and popular conceptions of California. Displaying a dazzling array of fine art and material culture, Made in California challenges us to reexamine the ways in which the state has been portrayed and imagined. Unusually inclusive, visually intriguing, and beautifully produced, this volume is a delight throughout--both in image and in text--and will appeal to anyone who has lived in, visited, or imagined California. Drawn from the exhibition, which gathers more than 1,200 artworks and pieces of ephemera from many public and private collections, Made in California is an image-driven look at the past century, featuring more than 400 works in a range of media, from painting, sculpture, prints, drawings, and photographs to furniture, fashion, and film. The book also includes more than 150 cultural artifacts such as tourist brochures, posters, labor union tracts, personal letters, and government reports that convey the richness and complexity of twentieth-century California. Arranged provocatively by theme, these objects take us on a visual tour of a state that was promoted as a bountiful paradise early in the century as a glamour capital by Hollywood in the 1920s and 1930s as a suburban utopia in the late '40s and '50s as a haven for counterculture in the '60s and '70s, and as a multicultural frontier in the '80s and '90s. The book's exploration of how these themes were reflected and contested in California's visual culture deepens our understanding of the state's artistic traditions as well as its fascinating history. The volume is divided into five twenty-year sections, each including a narrative essay discussing the history of that era and highlighting topics particularly relevant to its visual culture. Two overarching themes emerge that have been crucial for how we imagine and understand California: first, the landscape, including both the natural and built environment, and second, the multifaceted relationships California has had with Latin America and Asia. Geographer Michael Dear has contributed a sweeping overview of the social history of California that examines the vibrant and sometimes turbulent conditions out of which the culture emerged. Essayist Richard Rodriguez closes the volume with a uniquely personal meditation on the Golden State. / Stephanie Barron is Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art and Vice President of Education and Public Programs at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Sheri Bernstein is Exhibition Associate. Ilene Susan Fort is Curator of American Art. Howard N. Fox is Curator of Contemporary Art. Michael Dear is Director of the University of Southern California's Southern California Studies Center and author most recently of The Postmodern Urban Condition (2000). Richard Rodriguez is author of Days of Obligation (1992) and Hunger of Memory (1982), and is a frequent contributor to Harper's,The New York Times, and The News Hour on PBS." - Publisher. 
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Lawrence Weiner: Until It Is, Basualdo, Carlos (Curated by); Kotz, Liz (Essay by)
16 Basualdo, Carlos (Curated by); Kotz, Liz (Essay by)
Lawrence Weiner: Until It Is
Columbus, OH Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University 2002 1881390322 / 9781881390329 First Edition Ring Binding Fine Exhibition Catalogue Folio - over 12" - 15" tall 
[40] pp., illus. (chiefly col.), ports.; 18 x 36 cm. AS ISSUED. Oversize artist's book, with large ring binding. Collectible. OVERSIZE! No priority/air, except by special arrangement. "This artist's book is published in association with ... an installation and audio project as part of the Wexner Center's 'Notations' series; the installation remains on view on the campus of the Ohio State University through July 2004"--Colophon. 
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Minimal Politics: Performativity and Minimalism in Recent American Art, Berger, Maurice
17 Berger, Maurice
Minimal Politics: Performativity and Minimalism in Recent American Art
Baltimore, MD Fine Arts Gallery, University of Maryland 1997 1890761001 / 9781890761004 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good Exhibition Catalogue 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
ix, 161 pp., illus., biblio.; 23 cm. Issues in Cultural Theory, no. 1. Published to accompany the exhibition "Minimal Politics" at the Fine Arts Gallery, Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County, held Sept. 25, 1997-Jan. 17, 1998. Tight, clean copy. Spine slightly bent/creasing. Wraps lightly rubbed. Includes: Hans Haacke, Mary Kelly, Robert Morris, Adrian Piper, and Yvonne Rainer. 
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Theory Rules: Art as Theory/Theory and Art, Berland, Jody, and Straw, Will, and Tomas, David (Joint Editors)
18 Berland, Jody, and Straw, Will, and Tomas, David (Joint Editors)
Theory Rules: Art as Theory/Theory and Art
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1996 0802007074 / 9780802007070 1st Hardcover Very Good Collectible 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Cloth, 320 pp.; 21 cm. Near fine. Tight, clean copy. Light shelfwear to boards. "Most of the papers collected in this volume were first presented in their original form at the conference 'Art as Theory/Theory and Art' held at the University of Ottawa near the end of 1991"--p. 3. CONTENTS: Introduction: The Art as Theory/Theory and Art Conference, by Jody Berland, Will Straw, David Tomas; Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered, by Will Straw; Back to the Future: The Sequel, by Thierry de Duve; Theorizing Culturalism: From Cultural Policies to Identity Politics and Back, by Virginia R. Dominguez; In Defence of the Realm: Public Controversy and the Apologetics of Art, by Kevin Dowler; What Counts as Culture?, by Jamelie Hassan; The Writing on the Wall, by Barbara Harlow; Bodies of Theory, Bodies of Pain: Some Silences, by Jody Berland; Imitating Authorities: Theory, Gender, and Photographic Discourse, by Elizabeth Seaton; The Exclusions of Theory: Feminist Ambivalence in Art Practice and Criticism, by Janet Wolff; An Identity in Crisis: The Artist and New Technologies, by David Tomas; Spectatorship in Cyberspace: The Global Embrace, by Janine Marchessault; The Sublime: The Limits of Vision and the Inflation of Commentary, by Olivier Asselin; Introduction, Dissemination, and Education: Michel Foucault, "Integrated Intellectuals", and Writing on the Visual Arts in English Canada, by Tim Clark; Synthetic Magic/Virtual Reality, by Francine Dagenais; Art and Theory: The Politics of the Invisible, by Tony Bennett. 
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Joseph Beuys: Mapping the Legacy, Beuys, Joseph; Ray, Gene (Edited by)
19 Beuys, Joseph; Ray, Gene (Edited by)
Joseph Beuys: Mapping the Legacy
New York and Sarasota, FL D.A.P.; John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art 2001 1891024035 / 9781891024030 Soft Cover NEW Collectible 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
viii, 214 pp., [17] pp. of plates, illus. (some col.), bib. notes; 26 cm. BRAND NEW. A fine copy. Shrinkwrapped. Artists and critics weigh-in on the controversial legacy of the German artist Beuys. CONTENTS: Crash Course: Remarks on a Beuys Story, by Peter Nisbet; Beuys: THE PROFILE of a Successor, by Pamela Kort; Joseph Beuys: Echoes in America, by Joan Rothfuss; Joseph Beuys and the After-Auschwitz Sublime, by Gene Ray; Reconsidering Joseph Beuys Once Again, by Benjamin H. D. Buchloh; The Causes Lie in the Future, by Lukas Beckmann; My Relation to Joseph Beuys is Overrated, by Mel Chin; In the Rubblefield of German History: Questions to Joseph Beuys, by Max Reithmann; Some Neglected Bequests: The Inheritance of Beuys, by Kim Levin; Interviews with Beuys about Key Experiences: September 27, 1976, by Georg Jappe; translated and annotated by Peter Nisbet; Beuys, The Twilight of the Idol: Preliminary Notes for a Critique, by Benjamin H. D. Buchloh. 
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Ghost Writer, Bloom, Barbara
20 Bloom, Barbara
Ghost Writer
Berlin Künstlerprogramm des DAAD 1988 3893570098 / 9783893570096 First Edition Trade Paperback Very Good Collectible 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
97, 114 pp., illus. (some col.); 24 cm. Text in English and German. Limited edition of 1200 copies. Near fine. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Light edgewear to wraps. Collectible. Arranged tête-a-bêche. Rare artist's book. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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