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Author Name    Baldessari, John and Meg Cranston

Title   100 Artists See God

Binding   Stiff Wraps As Issued

Book Condition   Fine

Jacket Condition   Issued Without Jacket

Type   Book

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   New York Independent Curators International 2004

Seller ID   1686

136-page catalogue for an exhibition that began at the Jewish Museum in March 2004, then went to Laguna, and ended at the Contemporary Art Center in Virginia Beach, Virginia, in 2005. Essay by Thomas McEvilley. 100 artists, really, from Reverend Ethan Acres to Mario Ybarra, Jr., and including Terry Allen, Eleanor Antin, Chris Burden, Damien Hirst, Mike Kelley, Louise Lawler, Barry Le Va, Lichtenstein, Nauman, Oursler, Richard Prince, Ruscha, Wegman, Weiner, and even John Waters and Leonard Nimoy. "Contemporary artists are willing to see god if you ask them", the curators concluded. The idea for the exhibition was hatched shortly after nine-eleven, but only obliquely relates to that seminal event. All plates in color (where possible), and although the work is divided into categories ("Artists See God as Architect", ". as Light", ".as Tyrant", ".as Word", they don't help the viewer much. Fine in stiff wraps as issued: remainder dot to bottom page edges at spine.

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