André Masson in America (1941 - 1945), Zabriskie Gallery, 1996, Very Good 8vo catalog

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Masson, André. New York, Zabriskie Gallery, 1996. 
English, First Edition, Very Good, Staple-bound Soft Cover, 8vo, 5 ¾” x 8 ½," 20 pp. 

Description: Black staple-bound stiff wraps, blue text to front. Mild creasing to front and back near spine, minor shelf wear, mild edgewear, otherwise tightly bound, clean throughout, and excellent. 20 pp. Published on occasion of the exhibition André Masson in America (1941 - 1945) at Zabriskie Gallery from January 5 - March 2, 1996. Text by Martica Sawin. Replete with full-color and black-and-white images of Masson’s works and black-and-white photographs of Masson. Includes Chronology and Catalog of Masson. An exhibition catalog of works by Masson, a French artist wounded in World War I who later came to New York. Inspired by automatic drawing, surrealism, and expressionism, Masson’s works, which he called “telluric paintings”, tap into the subconscious with an array of dramatic colors, lines, and shapes (from Sawin’s essay).