APERTURE: Aperture 115: New Southern Photography Between Myth and Reality (Summer 1989)

Hagen, Charles; Richardson, Nan (editors). Aperture 115: New Southern Photography Between Myth and Reality (Summer 1989). Aperture, 1989. ISBN: 0893813788. Unmarked. Some sun fading on cover. Very Good. Paperback. (#26334) $25.00

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This issue celebrates the richness and diversity of Southern visions, reflecting the richness and diversity of the South itself.

Includes an interview with William Eggleston (with his photos) by Charles Hagen. Also William Christenberry, Debbie Fleming and Michael Nichael (text and photos) on “Nick Nicholas’s Tacky Tour of the South.”

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ART IN AMERICA: Art in America (Number 3, 1960): The Precisionists

Art in America (Number 3, 1960): The Precisionists, book coverRussell Lynes. Art in America (Number 3, 1960): The Precisionists. New York: Art in America Company, 1962. Unmarked. Good. Hardcover. (#26328) $20.00

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Illustrated. Features The Precisionists. Contributors include Martin Friedman, Edward Deming Andrews, Vincent J. Scully, Jr., HH Arnason.

Precisionism was the first indigenous modern-art movement in the United States and an early American contribution to the rise of Modernism.

Also Beaumont Newhall on Henri Cartier-Gresson, Exhibition Reviews, Art in Haiti, and more. 152p.

WRIGHT, FL: Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio: 1993-1994 Gift Catalog

Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio: 1993-1994 Gift Catalog. Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio Foundation, 1993. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#18636) $10.00

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This 16-page catalog is fully illustrated with Frank Lloyd Wright related products.

MOMA: Recent Painting USA. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)

Recent Painting USA. Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), 1962. Unmarked. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26306) $10.00

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Catalog for a traveling exhibition sponsored by The Junior Council of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Foreword by Walter Bareiss and Anne K. Jones. Introduction by Alfred H. Barr. Exhibition checklist.

Illustrated artists include Elmer Bischoff, John Button, Leon Golub, Robert Hansen, Jacob Landau, Richard Linder, Nathan Oliveira, Paul Wonner, and others. Measures 7.5×10 inches. All images in B/W.

MOMA: The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Painting and Sculpture Acquisitions (January 1, 1962-December 31, 1962)

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Painting and Sculpture Acquisitions (January 1, 1962-December 31, 1962). Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), 1962. Unmarked. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26305) $12.00

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Artists include Cezanne, Matisse, Rothko, Warhol, Epstein, Wesselmann, Thiebaud, Takis, Le Parc, and others.

B/W illustrations. 40p. Measures 7.5×10 inches.

MOMA: Two Exhibitions: Works of Art: Given or Promised and The Philip L. Goodwin Collection (MOMA Bulletin, Vol XXVI, No. 1, Fall 1958)

Two Exhibitions: Works of Art: Given or Promised and The Philip L. Goodwin Collection (MOMA Bulletin, Vol XXVI, No. 1, Fall 1958), book cover Two Exhibitions: Works of Art: Given or Promised and The Philip L. Goodwin Collection (MOMA Bulletin, Vol XXVI, No. 1, Fall 1958). Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), 1958. Unmarked. Small spot on cover. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26301) $10.00

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Catalog of two exhibitions published on the occasion of the reopening of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in 1958. Commentary by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. Illustrated throughout in B/W. 51p. Artists include Noguchi, Brancusi, Braque, De Chirico, Picasso, Arp, and others.

MOMA: Recent Sculpture USA (MOMA Bulletin, Vol XXVI, No. 3, Spring 1959)

Recent Sculpture USA (MOMA Bulletin, Vol XXVI, No. 3, Sprint 1959). Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), 1959. Unmarked. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26300) $12.00

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Catalog for a traveling exhibition sponsored by The Junior Council of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). Introduction by Walter Bareiss. Comment by James Thrall Soby. Exhibition checklist. Illustrated artists include Leonard Baskin, Harry Bertoia, Norman Carlberg, Ludvik Durchanek, Sidney Gordin, Barbara Lekberg, Reuben Nakian, Jack Zajac, and others. Measures 7.5×10 inches. All images in B/W.