Ivan Albright: Retrospective Exhibition, The Art Institute of Chicago, 1964, SC, VG.

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Maxon, John, et al. Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, 1964. 
English, Very Good, SC, 8vo, 10" x 7 1/2", 60 pp.

Black pictorial softcover, featuring wrap-around detail of Ivan Albright's 1929-30 artwork "Into the World There Came a Soul Called Ida," white lettering to back, minor wear to edges and tips, some sunning to edges, small light brown marks to pp.5, otherwise, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Protected by a plastic Mylar-sleeve. [4] 60 [1] pp., replete with black-and-white and color images, purple endpapers, one fold-out image, Foreword by John Maxon, "A Commentary by John Dubuffet," essay "A Tradition of Fine Craftsmanship" by Frederick A. Sweet, "Reflections by the Artist" by Ivan Albright, Chronology, Catalogue with Paintings, Drawings, Lithographs, and Notebooks. Published in conjunction with Ivan Albright's retrospective exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago from October 30 to December 27, 1964, then to The Whitney Museum of American Art from February 3 to March 21, 1965. From Foreword: "Ivan Albright has taken his precise interest in surfaces and personal feeling for them and used these to suggest the implications which lie beyond the integument, but not (in spite of superficial appearances) in a literary sense."