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375 items are catalogued. Prices realized have been penciled in beside the items. Very good .
Film magazine with an emphasis on eroticism and nudity. The illustrations include a nude cover illustration and centerfold and there is an article on Marilyn Chambers. This issue also includes articles on Jancso's "Electra", Robert Altman's "Nashville", Warren Beatty and "Shampoo", Romy Schneider, Jane Birkin and Jodorowsky's "El Topo". The text is in French. Very good .
The text is in German. Very good .
Catalog for an exhibition of pieces by Asian artists working with textiles. Apart from the translation of the title, there is no English in the text. One work by each artist is reproduced in color along with a small black-and-white photographic portrait of the artist and his or her contact information. Very good .
43 prints are catalogued and illustrated. A price list is laid in. Fine .
Text by Ole Henrik Moe, Simo Kuntsi and J. O. Mallander. Fine .
"Fully revised edition". Very good .
Catalog for an exhibition shown at Victoria Miro, London from 15 December 1986 to 27 January 1987, and at the Orchard Gallery, City Council Arts, Derry, Northern Ireland. Very good .
Published by the CNAC (Centre National d'Art Contemporain) on the occasion of an exhibition of Segal's work, which ran from June 6 to July 31, 1972, this monograph includes writings by Segal and articles on his work by Jan van der Marck, Donald Judd, Allan Kaprow, Robert Pincus-Witten and Ellen H. Johnson. The text is in French.
Laid in is a list of the 43 works exhibited [the top edge is chipped & darkened], together with a subscription form for the cnacarchives series. Very good .
A Russian language catalog of an exhibition held at Tsentral'nyi Dom Khudozhnika in Moscow from April 27th to June 1st, 1990. The text, all of which is in Russian, is by Sergei Klokov and Brenda Richardson, translated into Russian by Z. Zinovy.
Known as Gilbert & George, Gilbert Proesch (born 1943) and George Passmore (born 1942) collaborate on brightly colored distinctive works of art. They are known for the highly formal appearance of their photo-based graphic artwork. Born in the Northern Italian South Tyrol region, Gilbert Proesch first studied in Austria and Germany before moving to London. His collaborator, George Passmore, was born in Plymouth in the United Kingdom and studied at the Dartington College and the Oxford School of Art and subsequently studied sculpture at St. Martins School of Art where he met Gilbert. While at school, they made The Singing Sculpture, a performance art-work. Wearing suits, they covered themselves in multi- colored powder and sang for substantial lengths of time. They later became known for "The Pictures" large-scale graphic work from photographs. Very good .
A magazine of poetry and prose. Very good .