Audrey Flack: A Pantheon of Female Deities, Louis k. Meisel Gallery, 1991.

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Louis K Meisel Gallery, New York, 1991
English, Staplebound art exhibition catalog, Good, quarto, 8" x 12", unpaginated. 

Good quarto, 8" x 12", staplebound art exhibiton catalog, black wrap with white title and photograph of “Egyptian Rocket Goddess” to front, white wrap to back. heavy shelf wear, chips to front at top edge, top corner, fore edge, and bottom edge, creases in spine, heavy rubbing to front bottom left corner, slight fray at head, chipping to back corners, heavy sunning to text block, otherwise clear photographs and unmarked throughout. Unpaginated. Replete with 15 full page illustrations, 3 pages of smaller illustrations, A Pantheon of Female Deities: Audrey Flack’s Sculptures by Susan P Casteras Assisitant Curator of Paintings at Yale Center For British, Medusa As A metaphor For The Rape Of The Earth by Audrey Flack. Exhibition at Louis K Meisel Gallery April 27- July 12, 1991. Excerpt from “A Pantheon Of Female Deities”; “…Flack’s sculptures consciously and unconsciously mirror in part the controversies that have arisen in the past ten years about the decoding of female imagery in art. These figures are not sexualized icons on display for male pleasure; instead, their very self-control and strength seem to defy and question prevailing stereotypes about the male and female.” From the private library of Whitney Chadwick and Robert Bechtle.