|Benstock, Shari (editor). Women of the Left Bank: Paris 1900-1940. University of Texas Press, 1997. ISBN: 0292790406. Unmarked text. Some crinkling of cover lamination. Very Good. Paperback. (#30628) $14.00
Explores the work of two dozen women, including Djuna Barnes, Sylvia Beach, Kay Boyle, Colette, Anais Nin, Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas, and others. Index. 518p.
| Frida Kahlo Postcards and Ephemera. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2008. Unmarked. Very Good. Ephemera. (#30606) $16.00
Overview booklet for 2008 exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (June 14 through September 28). 23p. Measures 5.25×8.25 inches (13.335×20.955 cm). Many small reproductions of the works on display. 4 photographs. Information about related activities.
Postcards of Kahlo’s Diego on my Mind, 1943 and Self-Portrait with Monkeys, 1943. Also a Diego Rivera postcard showing Portrait of Natasha Gelman, 1943.
Also includes a 4×9 inch announcement.
|Simon, Joan. Alice Guy Blache: Cinema Pioneer: Exhibition Booklet. Whitney Museum of American Art, 2010. Unmarked. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30592) $12.00
Booklet for November 6, 2009-January 24, 2010 exhibition. Black and white illustrations throughout. Lain in screen schedule handout.
Alice Guy or Alice Guy-Blache (1873–1968) was a French pioneer filmmaker, active from the late 19th century, and one of the very first to make a narrative fiction film. She was the first woman to direct a film. From 1896 to 1906, she was probably the only female filmmaker in the world.