Joyce Kozloff: Visionary Ornament, Boston University Art Gallery, 1986, Very Good.

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Hills, Patricia, et al. Boston, Boston University Art Gallery, 1986.
English, Very Good, SC, 9" x 9", 62 pp.

Lavender pictorial perfect bound art exhibit catalog, featuring wraparound of Joyce Kozloff's mural for Harvard Square Station: New England Decorative Arts, black lettering to front and spine, minor sunning to bottom edge, some wear to spine and tips, otherwise, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. viii, 62 pp., replete with black-and-white and full-color images, Foreword by Director, Patricia Hills, essay by Patricia Johnston, A Conversation with the Artist by Hayden Herrera, essay by Thalia Gouma-Peterson, Selected exhibitions, Selected Bibliography, and Checklist of the Exhibition. Published in conjunction with the traveling retrospective exhibition "Joyce Kozloff: Visionary Ornament" starting at the Boston University Art Gallery from February 20 to April 6, 1986. From the Foreword: "Together these essays and the accompanying reproductions trace the career of an artist whose art has grown from modest-sized easel paintings of vibrant color and pattern to large and complex decorations of opulent tesserae and tiles that have been commissioned for public buildings in our major cities." Acquired from the private library of photorealist, Robert Bechtle and art historian, Whitney Chadwick.

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