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1 Boris Mikhailov 55 [2001]
New York and London Phaidon 2001 1st Edition Soft cover Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
Small (5-3/8 in. x 6-1/4 in.)Monograph on a Ukrainian photographer with a wicked sense of humor. Some images in color (perhaps hand-painted prints), some in sepia, some in collages, some too dark to make out, some posed, some candid, but all made from an individual artist's point of view. Hard to describe, but very catching. Fine in illustrated stiff wraps. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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2 David Jeffrey: Works 1987 - 1996
New York Wynn Kramarsky 1996 1st Edition Paper Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
26-page exhibition catalogue with an essay by Linda Kramer and a dozen plates of the work, which is made of paper, wax, and charcoal, so difficult to categorize---is it sculpture? Two of the plates might be in color, but that doesn't help. Would have been interesting to see how the work was displayed. Fine in illustrated wraps. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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3 Die Ausstellungen der Galerie Paul Maenz [1985]
Koln Paul Maenz 1985 1st Edition Soft cover Fair Issued Without Jacket Book 
24-page catalogue summarizing the exhibitions held between autumn 1984 and summer 1985, with photographs of the work displayed in the gallery and ten color plates (one a double spread) and two more on the front and rear covers. Artists shown include Jiri Georg Dokoupil, Salvo, Peter Bommels, Walter Dahn, Martin Disler, and Endart. The work is, plainly, weird, mixed media, suggestive, but these artists are worth knowing about. The gallery's 1985-86 season was to include work by Andy Warhol and Anselm Kiefer, among others. Fine in color illustrated wraps. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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4 Emilia & Ilya Kabakov: "20 Ways to get an apple listening to the music of Mozart"
Columbus, Ohio Columbus Museum of Art 2001 Soft cover Very Good Issued Without Jacket Book 
Exhibition catalogue illustrated with mostly color sketches of the installation, each sketch accompanied by an artists' description of the "way to get an apple" in English and Russian. Very Good in stiff wraps with residue of a label to the upper corner of the cover, not affecting the image. 
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5 Found Industrial Objects: Unintended Art
Rochester, Michigan Oakland University 1973 1st Edition Soft cover Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
A near-perfect 70s artifact, a hexagonal catalogue from an exhibition of raw man-made materials, with 15 black and white plates. In addition to a pile of extruded polystyrene, a car alternator cover, scrap metal, a wooden model of a V-8 engine, rubber tire treads, and a tandem wheel fender, the exhibition was backed up by the sounds made by the materials exhibited (including a musician playing a stamping piece with drumsticks) and included a dance performance in which some objects were rearranged in space. Curated by Kiichi Usui, who also contributed an introduction. Fine in paper. 
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6 Gilbert & George: Post-Card Sculptures and Ephemera 1969-1981
New York Hirschl & Adler Galleries 1990 First Edition Folded Wraps Near-Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
40-page catalogue for an exhibition held May 2-25, 1990, with an essay by Carter Ratcliff. G and G, themselves living sculptures, assert that everything they make is sculpture, hence the title of the show, which was comprised of their postcard assemblies, including one featuring the actor Henry Ainley. This copy withdrawn from a museum library, with stamps to title page, taped spine label, and card pocket inside rear cover. Otherwise, near-Fine, with a moderate bump to lower corner. 
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7 Headlands Journal 1986-89 [Volume 1]
Sausalito, California Headlands Center for the Arts 1991 1st Edition Soft cover Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
First of a planned series of reports on the "experimental and fugitive" work of artists in residence and other artists at the Bay Area center. The headlands are those of Marin on the ocean, and the inspiration for many of the talks, performances, and installations produced in the late 80s. Artists in residence include Jim Paul, Hilda Shum, Joanna Haigood, Howard Martin,MiePreckler, Ned Kahn,Reiko Goto, Melissa Kwasny, Paul DeMarinis, and Greacian Goeke. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Fine in wraps. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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8 Hypnose / Hypnosis [Henrietta Lehtonen]
Berlin Haus am Lutzowplatz 1997 1st Edition Soft cover Near Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
26-page exhibition catalogue with text in German and English, illustrated with video stills and photographs of her installations, which are multi-layered and dominated by light. Includes a chronology. Near-Fine in illustrated wraps with light wear to edges and corners. 
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9 Inner City: An Environment by Michael McMillen [1978]
New York Whitney Museum of American Art 1978 1st Edition Parchment Fine Issued Without Jacket Paper 
Double-sided mimeographed hand-out for McMillen's multi-media installation, illustrated by a black and white photograph of "Hotel Norton", 1977. Includes a brief introduction, brief biography, and lists of selected one-man and group exhibitions. Fine in paper. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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10 Inside: The work of Saint Clair Cemin, Joel Otterson and Others
Escondido, California California Center for the Arts Museum 1996 1st Edition No Binding Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
Balsa wood box containing separate sheets, about 6 in. x 8 in. Each of the 21 artists is represented by a six-panel foldout describing the work (with a brief biography) and at least one color plate. All were inspired by domestic objects to create objects of art in widely varying styles and media. Artists include Jonathan Borofsky, Mary Brogger (who also designed the end sheets), Petah Coyne, Roxy Paine, Gerhard Richter, Rudolf Stingel, and others. All in Fine condition, including the box. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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11 Matter / Memory [Materia / Minne]: Lars Nittve, Bard Breivik, Douglas Feuk, Jan Hafstrom, Bo Nilsson, Anders Knutsson
Malmo, Sweden Self 1982 1st Edition Cardboard Covers Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
94-page collection of the work of these Swedish artists, who use paint, constructions, and mixed media. Illustrated with many plates, some in full color. Text in Swedish and English. Fine in cardboard binding. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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12 Peter Gutkin, Tom Holland, Paul Harris
San Francisco San Francisco Museum of Art 1972 1st Edition Paper in Folder Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
Three separate booklets inside a paper folder. Each artist is represented by several black and white plates, plus chronology and selected bibliography. Three unusual takes on sculpture as an art form. Fine in paper wraps inside paper folder. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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13 Selections from the Unaffiliated Artists File [1983]
New York Artists Space 1983 First Edition Wraps As Issued Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
Catalogue for the exhibition held October 1-29, 1983 to kick off the 10th anniversary season at Artists Space, featuring the work of a dozen artists unaffiliated with a gallery: Romany Eveleigh, Jane Kaplowitz, Colin Thomson, Caludia Fitch, Barbara Friedman, Gary Perkins, Fred Guyot, George Palumbo, Michael Torlen, Mark Innerst, Amanda Kyser, and Bob Smith. 12 black and white plates show a wide range of work, although most of it is mixed media, none of it is figurative, and all of it probably looked better in the Space. Fine condition as issued. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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14 The Hanging Floating and Cantilevered Show
New York John Gibson Gallery 1967 First Edition Cardstock Near-Fine Issued Without Jacket Ephemera 
When the Gallery was at 27 E. 67th Street, New York, Gibson issued this 3 " x 5 " invitation postcard to the very first Gibson exhibition (verified by the man himself), described on the card as "an aerial perspective of sculpture by Andre, Christo, de Suvero/ Grosvenor, Judd, Lewitt/ Morris, Myers, Oldenburg, Smithson, Snelson, Warhol. The card is addressed to the artist Philip Pavia and postmarked 1967. The address has been crossed out and corrected in pencil; the card is slightly discolored to the edges, but overall in near-Fine condition. Unique-and I rarely get to say that-and practically a snapshot of the year all by itself. 
Price: 250.00 USD
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15 Agam, Yacov Yacov Agam [1970]
New York Marlborough Gallery 1970 First Edition Wraps As Issued Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
52-page exhibition catalogue, with many images in black and white and 10 in color (including a foldout) showing Agam's metamorphic "paintings", some of which may be sculpture (but are labeled "transformable"). Very 70s and very ahead of the times. Fine condition in wraps as issued. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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16 Ahtila, Eija-Liisa Fantasized Persons and Taped Conversations [Kuviteltuja Henkiloita Ja Nauhoitettuja Keskusteluja]
Kiasma, Finland Museum of Contemporary Art 2002 First Edition Hardcover Fine Near-Fine Book 
248-page catalogue for an exhibition held February 23-April 28, 2002, with text in Finnish and English. Practically a catalogue raisonne, with many illustrations of the photography, performance art, and installations that have established this artist as preeminent in the contemporary art world. Fine illustrated boards in near-Fine illustrated dust jacket with tiny closed tear and scuffing to rear lower corner. Heavy, so may require extra shipping charges. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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17 Alamo et Costello, Michael Christopher "Chester" Alamo & Costello: The Globe
Chicago Dark Lark Press 2010 First Edition Stated Hardcover Fine Fine Book 
One of an edition of 2000. Text by Jamie Michael Bradley, Sandra Kaminska Costello, Aaron Patrick Flanagan, John Goodwin, and Jamie Hale, but it's "Chester"'s photographs you'll want to see. It's all about football (soccer), its global reach, its fans, its superstitions, its colors and totems. Fascinating, even if it's not your game. Fine hardcover binding in Fine dust jacket. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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18 Albertini, Claudia Avatars and Antiheroes: A Guide to Contemporary Chinese Artists
Tokyo, Japan Kodansha International 2008 First Edition Stated Hardcover Fine Fine Book 
176-page monograph with text in English, arranged by artist, and illustrated with color photographs of their work, which ranges from rather traditional media to very conceptual stuff. Useful resource for the study of this exploding area in the arts. Fine hardcover binding in Fine dust jacket. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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19 Albuquerque, Lita and Mitchell De Jarnett Lita Albuquerque and Mitchell De Jarnett: As Above, So Below: Art as Political and Cosmological Space [an Environmental artwork]
Fullerton Cal State Fullerton 2005 First Edition Stiff Folded Card Wraps Near-Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
58-page large-format catalogue for an exhibition held in the Main Art Gallery, February 5-March 12, 2005, documenting the it's-about-time-an-architect-and-an-installation-artist-got-together work that Albuquerqueand De Jarnett made as part of Golden State, the largest California public art commission (which is saying something). Essays by Howard N. Fox, Albuquerque, and De Jarnett, illustrated with wonderful color photographs by Grant Mudford, among others. Fascinating project. Near-Fine in stiff folded wraps as issued with small crease to upper front corner. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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20 Alexander, Darsie Slide Show: Projected Images in Contemporary Art
Baltimore MD Baltimore Museum of Art 2005 First Edition Stiff Wraps As Issued Fine Issued Without Jacket Book 
166-page catalogue for an exhibition held February 27-May 15 in Baltimore, and thereafter at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Essays by Darsie Alexander, Charles Harrison, Robert Storr, and a history of the slide projector, as well as a selected bibliography and--yes!--an index. Illustrated with photographs (slides) and photographs of installations, including work by Robert Barry, Lothar Baumgarten, Marcel Broodthaers, Jan Dibbets, Willie Doherty, Nan Goldin, Dan Graham, Louise Lawler, Ana Mendieta, Dennis Oppenheim, Robert Smithson, Krzysztof Wodiczko, and others. Great idea for a show, given recent interest in the uses to which artists have put photography. Fine in stiff wraps. 
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