CITY OF MOUNTAIN VIEW: Public Art in Mountain View

Public Art in Mountain View. City of Mountain View, 1998. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26766) $20.00

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Well illustrated. Map. 40p.

Artists include Michael James, JoeSam, Daniel Goldstein, Susan Pascal Beran, Elizabeth MacQueen, Stephen Fitz-Gerald, Roger Arvid Anderson, Larry Schank, Howard Streight, Thomas Ingmire, John Littleby, Claude Ferguson, Lulu Torbet, Woodward Payne, Jovani, Jean Bain, Albert Guibara, Ting Shao Kuang, and Kenneth Frederick von Roenn Jr.

MARNIE, A: Strange Place: Volume One: Noun Trilogy

Strange Place: Volume One: Noun Trilogy, book coverMarnie, Adam (editor). Strange Place: Volume One: Noun Trilogy. Never Die Books, 2004. ISBN: 0976180200. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#26686) $10.00

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Color Illustrations. Artists incude Hilary Berseth, Jeremy Blake, Paul McCarthy, and others. 136p.

The first volume in a ground-breaking three-part series investigates American culture through the works of twenty contemporary artists. Their work includes photography, installation and performance documentation, writing, painting, and sculpture, revealing the vivid psyche behind the American landscape.

NELSON, K: Keiko Nelson: Copper and Gold

Keiko Nelson: Copper and Gold, front coverSelz, Peter; Kakudo, Yoshilo; Nelson, Keiko. Keiko Nelson: Copper and Gold. Tokyo, Japan: Art Robe Gallery and DoART Publishing Co., 1999. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26646) $25.00

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Text in English and Japanese. Catalog of solo exhibition (June 21–July2, 1999) at Gallery Art Robe,¬†Tokyo¬†in 1999. Measures 8.5 inches square.

Short introduction by Peter Selz. Profile by Yoshilo Kakudo.

Artist statement and Biography.

In some of these paintings copper and gold were applied on top of layers of plaster. There are also abstract landscapes on handmade paper.

Born in Kyoto, Japan in 1948, Nelson established residency in the United States in 1972.
Keiko Nelson: Copper and Gold, copper painting

KALINOVSKA, M: Beyond Preconceptions: The Sixties Experiment

Kalinovska, Milena; Herkenhoff, Paulo; Rinder, Lawrence R. et al. Beyond Preconceptions: The Sixties Experiment. New York: Independent Curators International, 2000. ISBN: 0916365581. Unmarked. Beautifully illustrated. 137p. Illustrated end papers. Measures 7.5×10.25 inches. Very Good. Hardcover. (#26485) $12.00

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This richly illustrated catalogue and its five revelatory essays demonstrate how a select and forward-thinking group of artists translated similar concepts into a variety of approaches based on their specific cultural, social, and political context.

These artists include Joseph Beuys, Marcel Broodthaers, Lygia Clark, Hanne Darboven, Victor Grippo, Eva Hesse, Ilya Kabakov, Jiri Kolar, Bruce Nauman, Helio Oticica, Edward Krasinski, Lawrence Weiner and others. Essays by Paulo Herkenhoff, Milena Kalinovska, Michael Newman, Lawrence R. Rinder, and Jiri Sevcik and Jana Sevcikova.

GALGIANI, P: Simple Conjunctions: An Installation by Phillip Galgiani

Simple Conjunctions: An Installation by Phillip Galgiani, cover Simple Conjunctions: An Installation by Phillip Galgiani. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA), 1986. ISBN: 0918471095. Unmarked. Some scraping on cover. Good. Spiral Bound. (#26464) $16.00

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Catalog for installation at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 11 July–28 September, 1986. 24 pages, with 8 foldouts.

Installation plan foldout from John Humphrey Gallery, Scale 1:50. Text: James Welling. Artist bio. Exhibition checklist. Measures 9 inches square.

Galgiani (b. 1951) works in many different media, including photography, ceramics, fiber/textiles, and glass.

Simple Conjunctions: An Installation by Phillip Galgiani, image

ANDERSON, L: The Sacred and the Profane Drawing Sculpture Video Installation (Lo Sagrado y Lo Profano Dibujo Escultura Vedeo Instalacion)

Anderson, Laura. The Sacred and the Profane Drawing Sculpture Video Installation (Lo Sagrado y Lo Profano Dibujo Escultura Vedeo Instalacion). Ramis F. Barquet Galeria, 1990. The Mexican Museum Library stamped on title page, inside back cover, and on an internal page. Front cover reads “Project 3) G. Korbofel” Edge wear at top. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26366) $60.00

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Exhibition catalog. Artist: Mexican born, NYC based artist Laura Anderson (Barbata). Text in Spanish and English. Essay by Edward J. Sullivan. Comments by Jorge Alberto Manrique and Xavier Moyssen Lechuga (translated by Kathleen Milne). Lavishly illustrated. Unpaginated.

KOS, P: New Work: Paul Kos: Chartres Bleu (Brochure for 1987-1988 exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art)

Kos, Paul. New Work: Paul Kos: Chartres Bleu (Brochure for 1987-1988 exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art). San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 1987. Unmarked. Very Good. Brochure. (#26092) $16.00

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This work explores the medieval art of stained glass through the modern medium of video. Replicating a 13th-century stained-glass window in Chartres Cathedral, the work consists of 27 video monitors.

6-sided brochure for Paul Kos’s 5 November 1987-10 January 1988 exhibition in SFMOMA’s then new series of recent work by younger and established artists.

One panel is an image of Chartres Bleu,1986. Text by John R. Lane and Bruce Jenkins of the Walker Art Center.

The exhibition was at the old museum on Van Ness Street.

Paul Kos (b. 1942) is a conceptual artist and one of the founders of the Bay Area Conceptual Art movement in California. Bio. Exhibition checklist.