GOLDBLATT D: David Goldblatt: Intersections (Gallery Handout: July 8–August 26, 2007)

David Goldblatt: Intersections (Gallery Handout: July 8–August 26, 2007). Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, 2007. Unmarked. Small corner bend. Very Good. Brochure. (#30943) $15.00

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Accompanied July 8–August 26, 2007 exhibition exhibition. Three color images. Four sided folded gallery handout with essay and information about the exhibition.

“Intersections” is the term used by the South African photographer David Goldblatt (b. 1930) for the crosscurrents of values, ideas, spaces, and people that make up South African society.

TAYLOR, J: William Kentridge: Being Led by the Nose

Taylor, Jane. William Kentridge: Being Led by the Nose. University of Chicago Press, 2017. ISBN: 9780226791203. Unmarked. Like New. Hardcover. (#30920) $35.00

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In 2010, and again in 2013, he staged Dmitri Shostakovich’s The Nose at the Metropolitan Opera. Taylor draws on his etchings, sculptures, and drawings to render visible the communication that occurs between his mind and hand as he thinks through the activity of making his work. Beautifully illustrated in color.

HOLT, J: The Diary of John Holt (Research in Maritime History, No. 5)

Book cover. The Diary of John Holt (Research in Maritime History, No. 5)Davies, Peter N. (editor). The Diary of John Holt (Research in Maritime History, No. 5). International Maritime Economic History Association, 1993. ISBN: 0969588550. Unmarked. Signed by editor. Badly bumped corner. Good. Paperback. (#30916) $26.00

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Illustrated.

John Holt (1841–1915) was an English merchant, who founded a shipping line operating between Liverpool and West Africa, and a number of businesses in Nigeria. He is considered a pioneer of West Africa’s modern deep-sea trade.