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.”

Advertisements. 80p.

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.

SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6341, 9 June 2017

SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6341, 9 June 2017, coverAAAS Science Magazine (Volume 356, No. 6341, 9 June 2017). American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2017. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#26323) $10.00

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Special issue on repair and regeneration.

Also New Zealand’s monstrous insects in mortal danger, summer books, stellar support for general relativity, and more. pp981-1096.

SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6341, 2 June 2017

SCIENCE MAGAZINE: Volume 356, No. 6341, 2 June 2017, coverAAAS Science Magazine (Volume 356, No. 6341, 2 June 2017). American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2017. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#26322) $10.00

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Features targeting Lassa virus. Also, why surgery seems to cloud the mind, plasmon-enhanced chemistry, and methane blow-out from ice sheet retreat. pp881-980.

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.

CAA: The Art Bulletin (December 2006, Number 4)

The Art Bulletin (December 2006, Number 4), book coverGottlieb, Marc (Editor). The Art Bulletin (December 2006, Number 4). New York: College Art Association, 2006. Unmarked text. Some edge wear. Good. Paperback. (#26291) $15.00

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Articles include “The Performative Icon” by Bissera V. Pentcheva, “Buidling Churches in Armenia” by Christina Maranci, Amy Powell on the origins of Netherlandish painting, and more. pp631-790. A Quarterly publication of the College Art Association.

IONE, A: Information: Description, Cognition, Invention (Informatica 21)

 Information: Description, Cognition, Invention (Informatica 21), First pageIone, Amy. Information: Description, Cognition, Invention (Informatica 21). Informatica, 1997. Unmarked text. Offprint from Informatica 21, pp423-436. Very Good. Staplebound Wraps. (#26287) $10.00

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Juxtaposing the work of Baars, Chalmers, Scott, Varela, and others with a detailed analysis of historical case studies, this paper uses a multilevel and multilateral model to explore how information, consciousness and culture interpenetrate.