Eight Sculptors: the ambiguous image, Walker Art Center, 1966, 1st Ed., VG

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Eight Sculptors: the ambiguous image; October 22 through December 4, 1966; An exhibition organized by Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Author:
Walker Art Center
Publisher:
Walker Art Center
Release Date:
1966
Seller Category:
ART EXHIBIT CATALOGS
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Used: Very Good
Sku: 00188
Notes: Very Good, First Edition, 8vo, 11" x 8 1/2." Glossy gilt and black paper wrappers with an illustration on front and its reverse on back. Black spine with no lettering. Covers are rubbed and have slight edge wear and bumped tips, else clean and intact. Pages clean and unmarked. Unpaginated, 43 pp., including illustrations. A catalog that accompanied an exhibition at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis from October 22-December 4, 1966. The eight sculptors: Donald Judd, Robert Morris, Lucas Samaras, H.C. Westermann, Christo, Claes Oldenburg, George Segal, and Ernest Trova. Each artist has a spotlight with analysis of their work, accompany illustrations, and a Selected Bibliography. Printed on title page: "Introduction and essays on Donald Judd, Robert Morris, Lucas Samaras, H.C. Westermann by Martin Friedman; Essays on Christo, Claes Oldenburg, George Segal, Ernest Trova by Jan van der Marck."