By Edy de Wilde, Wim Beeren, Piero Gilardi, et al., designed by Wim Crouwel
Scarce catalogue of the 1969 exhibition of Arte Povera and Conceptual Art, less known but as innovative and groundbreaking as the same year's more-mythologized "When Attitudes Become Form," and similarly an expression of its own curator's personality and vision.
By Llilian Llanes Godoy and Gerardo Mosquera, et al.
Rare catalogue of the third Havana Biennial, a rich and energetic exhibition with a global reach, curated by the staff of the Centro Wifredo Lam under Cuba's Ministry of Culture, opening a week before the fall of the Berlin Wall.
First edition catalogue of this major international exhibition, conceived as a anti-colonialist corrective to the contemporary art-world ethnocentrism typified by MoMA's much-criticized 1985 "Primitivism" show.
Rare signed portfolio documenting Hsieh's third extended performance piece, a full year in New York City spent outside shelter of any kind (save for 15 hours inside a police station courtesy of the NYPD), issued in conjunction with an installation at Franklin Furnace.
By Harold Szeeman, Scott Burton, Grégoire Muller, et al.
Uncommon catalogue of Szeemann's innovative and controversial 1969 exhibition, an international survey of Postminimalist and Arte Povera work which played a major role in redefining the role of the modern curator.
Portraits of Sol LeWitt wall drawing installers, with images of the wall drawings themselves, photographed by artist and writer Chris Cobb, himself one of the installers for the exhibition, over course of the 6-month creation of the Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing Retrospective at MASS MoCA.
Original catalogue for an exhibition of old master drawings and Renaissance paintings from the collection at Chatsworth (the residence of the Dukes of Devonshire), published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at D.C.'s National Gallery of Art.