By Richard Lindner, foreword by Dore Ashton, introduction by Nancy Schwartz
Catalogue of an exhibition held from October 12 to November 24, 1971, of these vivid and theatrical watercolor paintings, "the culminating expression of the New York scene as viewed by Richard Lindner" (Schwartz).
First edition catalogue of this landmark MoMA exhibition, a major international survey of conceptual art and a response to developing technologies of mass communications, organized by one of the first curators of color at a major American museum.
Catalogue of this experimental exhibition exploring the potential for telecommunication devices to redefine the "entire area of esthetic awareness," curated by Burnham shortly before the dawn of the 1970s microcomputer revolution.
Catalogue of an exhibition of Close's photorealistic portraits held by the Pace Gallery in the year it began representing him, richly illustrated and including several photographs of the artist at work.
Very scarce limited first edition catalogue of proposals, drawings, descriptions, and diagrams issued in conjunction with the groundbreaking conceptual art exhibition curated by Spear at Oberlin College's Allen Art Museum in 1970.
By Michael Batterberry and Ariane Ruskin, illustrated by Pablo Picasso et al.
First edition of this gruesome compilation of drawings of bullfights, by Picasso and by the schoolchildren of Vallauris, for whom the bloody spectacle was annually enacted to their apparent good pleasure.
By Paul Wunderlich, introduction by Fritz J. Raddatz
Deluxe limited edition of Wunderlich's lithographs and paintings from the 1950s through the early 1970s, with a signed and numbered original lithograph as issued and a later signed lithograph additionally laid in.
By Barbara Adachi, photographs by Peccinotti, illustrated by Michael Foreman
Signed first printing of this collection of interviews with Japanese "Living National Treasures" who practice traditional arts – illustrated with photographs of objects and diagrams by Michael Foreman.