JUNG INSTITUTE: Jung Journal Culture and Psyche (Summer 2010, Vol 4, No. 3)

Sherwood, Dyane (editor). Jung Journal Culture and Psyche (Summer 2010, Vol 4, No. 3). C.G. Jung Institute, 2010. Unmarked. Bumped corner. Good. Paperback. (#26409) $14.00

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Issue theme: Psyche and same sex marriage. 132p. B/W illustrations.

Authors include Susan Rowland, Craig E. Stephenson, Joseph B. Wheelwright, John Beebe, John P. Dourley, Scott Wirth, Steven B. Herrmann, Jon Lucca, Michael Bala, and others.

The Official Journal of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco.

CARR, E: Emily Carr 1871-1945: An Exhibition Organized by The Art Gallery of Windsor

Emily Carr 1871-1945: An Exhibition Organized by The Art Gallery of Windsor, book cover Emily Carr 1871-1945: An Exhibition Organized by The Art Gallery of Windsor. The Art Gallery of Windsor, 1972. Unmarked text. Some age tanning on pages. Acceptable. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#26346) $20.00

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Small booklet for exhibition at The Art Gallery of Windsor, Oct. 15- Nov. 15, 1972; the London Public Library and Art Museum Dec. 4-31, 1972; and The Art Gallery of Hamilton Jan 4-28, 1973.

4 color plates. Exhibition checklist. Measures 6×8.5 inches. 22p.

Emily Carr (1871-1945) was a Canadian artist and writer heavily inspired by the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

Emily Carr 1871-1945: An Exhibition Organized by The Art Gallery of Windsor, inside pages

MORGAN, J: The Architecture of Julia Morgan in California State Parks

The Architecture of Julia Morgan in California State Parks, front The Architecture of Julia Morgan in California State Parks. California State Parks, 2012. Unmarked. Very Good. Pamphlet. (#26283) $10.00

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Descriptive text, many pictures, and a map. Folded into 24 panels. Measures 17×21.5 inches unfolded and 3.5x 8.5 inches folded.

Julia Morgan 1872-1957), Architect of Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument and Asilomar Conference Groundsdesigned more than 700 buildings.

The Architecture of Julia Morgan in California State Parks, two panels

HUDSON’S BAY COMPANY: The World of Emily Carr

The World of Emily Carr, book cover The World of Emily Carr. Hudson’s Bay Company, 1962. Unmarked text. Crease on cover and tape inside cover. Acceptable. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#25994) $20.00

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Illustrated in color and Black and White. Catalog for exhibition of paintings from the Newcombe Collection. 15p. Measures 8.25×11.25 inches. Emily Carr (1871-1945) was a Canadian artist and writer heavily inspired by the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

ANTUNES, L: Leonor Antunes: New Work (May 14-October 2, 2016). San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)

Leonor Antunes: New Work (May 14-October 2, 2016). San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), cover Leonor Antunes: New Work (May 14-October 2, 2016). San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), 2016. Unmarked. Gallery brochure on card stock.Very Good. Brochure. (#25938) $16.00

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Measures 30×10 inches unfolded. Folded into 8 panels, 4 on each side. 5 images and descriptive text. Introduces the May 14-October 2, 2016 exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Leonor Antunes (Portuguese, born 1972) creates sculptures that conflate physical, measurable experience with the effects of memory and time.

STICH, S: New World [Dis]Order

STICH, S: [Dis]Order book cover
Stich, Sidra; Northern California Council of the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
New World [Dis]Order Northern California Council of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Yerba Buena Gardens, 1993. Unmarked. Includes loose sheet on the exhibition. Very Good. Paperback. (#22350) $24.00

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Honorary Chairs: Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer. Honorary Event Chair: Nancy Pelosi. Catalog for traveling exhibition, held in 3 California locations and Washington, D.C. Beautifully illustrated in color and B/W. 60pp.

Artists: Carolyn Angleton, Lutz Bacher, Bette Burgoyne, Ann Chamberlain, Mikki Farrill, Nöle Giulini, Rebecca Gozion, Barbara Hammer, Mildred Howard, Su-Chen Hung, Chris Robbins, Valerie Soe, and Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie.