Stephan Balkenhol, Galerie Bernd Kluser, 1996, SC, VG.

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Grossman, Robert, et al. Munich: Galerie Bernd Kluser, Galerie Rudiger Schottle, & Centre Europeen d'Actions Artistiques Contemporaines, 1996.
German & French, Very Good, SC, 8vo, 10 1/2" x 8 1/4", 120 pp.

White pictorial gatefold softcover, featuring two of Stephan Balkenhol's artworks to front and back, maroon lettering to front and spine, minor light yellow and light gray soiling to back, light wear, otherwise, crisp, sharp tips, tightly bound, and unmarked throughout. Good white slipcase, maroon lettering to front, no images, closed tears to top and bottom corners near opening, minor wear to bottom edges and tail, light soiling to front, otherwise clean and intact. [6] 120 pp., replete with full-color images and a few illustrations, "Preface / Vorwort" by Robert Grossman, "Stephan Balkenhol: une tradition refiguree / Stephan Balkenhol: Die figurliche Neugestaltung einer Tradition" by Neal Benezra, "A travers l'arbre / Durch den Baum" by Paul Guerin, "Everybody et Nobody ou Eloge du quotidien, les sculptures de Stephan Balkenhol / Everybody und Nobody oder Lob des Alltaglichen Zu den Sklupturen con Stephan Balkenhol" by Carla Schultz-Hoffmann, and "Biographie / Bibliographie." Published on occasion of Stephan Balkenhol's exhibitions at Galerie Bernd Kluser and Galerie Rudiger Schottle in Munich in the spring of 1996, and then at Centre Europeen d'Actions Artistiques Contemporaines (CEAAC) in Strasbourg in the summer of 1996. Beautifully produced art monograph and catalog of German artist, Stephen Balkenhol (b. 1957) well-known for his painted wooden sculptures, such as the ones included in this monograph. Limited series printing of 60 original copies.