SCHICKEL, R: The Museum: An Informal Introduction To MOMA New York (Museum of Modern Art)

Museum an Informal Introduction To MOMA New York (Museum of Modern Art), book coverSchickel, Richard. The Museum: A Informal Introduction To MOMA New York (Museum of Modern Art). Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), 1970. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26228) $20.00

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Photographs by Dan Budnik. Text by Richard Schickel. The midtown museum opened in 1939 and was expanded during the 1950s and 1960s, planned by the architect Philip Johnson. The book documents the space in 1970, before the 1984 and 2006 renovations.

MORGAN, RC: Robert C. Morgan: Metaphysical Paintings, Performance, Conceptual Art, 1970-2009

Morgan, Robert C.; Lawn, Andrzej. Robert C. Morgan: Metaphysical Paintings, Performance, Conceptual Art, 1970-2009. Sideshow, Bjorn Ressle, 2009. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26185) $20.00

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Catalog for exhibition at Sideshow (April 4-May 3, 2009) and Bjorn Ressle (April 18-May 23, 2009) Essay by Andrzej Lawn. 30p. Illustrated. Measures 7×9.5 inches.

Robert C. Morgan (b. 1947) is an internationally renowned art critic, curator, artist, writer, art historian, poet, and lecturer.

GAYLORD, RB: The Picture Book of Greenwich Village by R. Bruce Gaylord

Gaylord, R. Bruce. The Picture Book of Greenwich Village. New York: Gaylord Guides, 1985. Unmarked. Sun fading on back cover. Good. Paperback. (#25738) $20.00

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Famed photographic history of New York’s Greenwich Village. Orange spine lettered in black, black-and-white photographic front cover with thin orange strip across bottom edge lettered in white. Maps of NYC showing the growth of Greenwich Village 1776-1985. 158pp. Compendium of Street names, old and new. Addresses of noteworthy figures from the Village, etc. Topics include a history, Washington square, Stonewall Liberation Parade, and more. Measures 12×9 inches.

SEITZ, WC: The Responsive Eye

The Responsive Eye, book cover Seitz, William C. The Responsive Eye. Museum of Modern Art, 1965. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#26227) $16.00

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Catalog for the most important exhibition heralding “Optical” or “Op Art, at the NY MOMA in 1965 (in collaboration with the City Art Museum of St. Louis, The Contemporary Art Council of the Seattle Art Museum, The Pasadena Art Museum, and The Baltimore Museum of Art).

Artists: Vasarely, Riley, Stella, Albers, Morellet, Lieberman, Noland, Kelly, Anuszkiewicz and others. 56p. Measures 7-3/4″x9-3/4”.

CANADAY, J: Embattled Critic: Views on Modern Art

Canaday, John. Embattled Critic: Views on Modern Art Embattled Critic: Views on Modern Art. The Noonday Press, 1962. Unmarked text.Good. Paperback. (#25604) $12.00

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Contains essays by a former New York Times critic analyzing individual painters and sculptors, movements and schools, the role of museums, critics, and collectors. 238p.

WHITNEY MUSEUM: Whitney Biennial 2000

Whitney Biennial 2000 Exhibition (Whitney Biennial). Whitney Museum of Art, 2000. ISBN: 9780810968295. Unmarked. French flaps. Very Good. Paperback. (#25433) $16.00

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Since 1932, the Whitney Museum’s Biennial Exhibitions have counted among the milestones in the history of American art and have played a leading role in presenting vanguard developments in art to the general public.

Curators: Michael G. Auping, Valerie Casse., Hugh M. Davies, Jane Farver, Andrea Miller-Keller, Lawrence R. Rinder, Maxwell Lincoln Anderson.

Artists include Mark Amerika, Rina Banerjee, Robert Gover, Ken Goldberg, Hans Haacke, Katherine Sherwood, Sarah Sze, Richard Tuttle, Lisa Yuskavage and others.

163 illustrations, including 141 in full color. 270p.