DEVRIESE, C: Reverberations: A Visual Conversation

Devriese, Catherine. Reverberations: A Visual Conversation. Sebastopol Center for the Arts, 2018. Unmarked. Like New. Paperback. (#30721) $35.00

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Catalog for an exhibition of art and poetry at Sebastopol Center for the Arts, October 25 through December 2, 2018. This work brought together work from 23 private collections accompanied by poetry written for the pieces in the show.

Artists include Robert Pearson McChesney, William T. Wiley, Jim Dine, Robert Mapplethorpe, Berenice Abbott, Joan Miro, Jess, Hung Liu, Pablo Picasso, Frances Bacon, Odd Nerdrum, Ed Ruscha, Enrique Chagoya, Gordon Onslow-Ford, Ansel Adams, Julie Mehretu, John Cage, and others.

SFMOMA: New Work: Evan Holloway and Dave Muller (July 1–October 24, 2004)

New Work: Evan Holloway and Dave Muller (July 1–October 24, 2004). San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA), 2004. Unmarked text. Star stamped on one page. Very Good. Brochure. (#30713) $20.00

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Illustrated throughout. Brochure for exhibition in the New Work area at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA). 8 panels, printed on both sides, on card stock. Measures 7.75×8.75 inches folded.

ARKELLAN, M: Tropical Scenes By the 19th Century Painters of California

Arkellan, Marjorie. Tropical Scenes By the 19th Century Painters of California. The Oakland Museum, 1971. Unmarked. Edge wear and some wear on the oval cut-out on the cover. Good. Paperback. (#30696) $16.00

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Cut-out reveals Norton Bush painting, Rio Benaventura.

Catalog of an exhibition held at the Oakland Museum, Oct. 5-Nov. 14, 1971, the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Dec. 7, 1971-Jan. 23, 1972, and the E. B. Crocker Art Gallery, Feb. 19-Mar. 19, 1972. 50p. 7 color and 16 black-and-white plates.

Three-page essay “California and the Tropical Memory” and biographies by Marjorie Arkelian. Lists 40 works by 19 artists.

Artists include Fortunato Arriola, Albert Bierstadt, Edwin Deakin, Thomas Moran, Jules Tavernier, and others.

Lain in March ’72 calendar for The Oakland Museum.