Limited edition bringing together poetry, photography, and printmaking in this very personal artist's book.
Very good plus.
A collaged work from Rosen, who studied at the VSW with Joan Lyons, exploring autobiographical themes through self-conscious use of photo lithography with hints of Cindy Sherman. Rosen has gone on to a long career in art, but this is a particularly scarce and early work from the influential press. Nine scattered holdings located in OCLC.
Buffalo: Visual Studies Workshop, (1977). 15'' x 10''. Publisher's blue and white cloth binding with black titles. Green and white patterned endpapers. Illustrated in color throughout.  leaves. Numbered 11/68 to colophon with a holograph addition to the printed acknowledgments from Rosen: "my special thanks to: Selma and Sidney Rosen and Tom Sullivan." Light foxing to cloth extremities. Mild offsetting to hinges, almost certainly from binding process. Else sound and bright.
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