Art of the Refugee Experience, Euphrat Gallery, 1988, Very Good.

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Rindfleisch, Jan, et al. Cupertino, Jan Rindfleisch, 1988. 
English, Very Good, SC, 11" x 8 1/2", 56 pp.

White pictorial staple bound art exhibit catalog, featuring Lisa Kokin's 1985 artwork "A Scene from El Salvador" to front, Niwat Pao-in's untitled photograph taken in refugee camp Phanat Nikhom in Thailand to back, black and gray lettering to front, black lettering to back, minor wear and scuff marks to front and back, light sunning to edges, otherwise, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. [5] 56 pp., replete with black-and-white images, Foreword and essays by Euphrat College Director, Jan Rindfleisch, essays and commentaries by Eve De Bona, Peter Selz, Whitney Chadwick, and more. Published in conjunction with the exhibition "ART OF THE REFUGEE EXPERIENCE" at the Euphrat Gallery at De Anza College in Cupertino from January 26 to March 24, 1988. From the essay "Art of the Refugee Experience" by Jan Rindfleisch: "The art in this book is drawn primarily works completed in the last twenty years. The art, by and about refugees, ranges from painterly oils and children's drawings to household furnishings. The works were created in a variety of social and historical contexts, often quite apart from the refugee context." Acquired from the private library of photorealist, Robert Bechtle and art historian, Whitney Chadwick.