MISSISSIPPI, C: Pursuit: Maze I and Maze II (Connie Mississippi and Pat Warner)

Inside page. Pursuit: Maze I and Maze II (Connie Mississippi and Pat Warner) Pursuit: Maze I and Maze II (Connie Mississippi and Pat Warner). Fullerton College and Chaffey College, 1996. Unmarked. Faint sun line on cover. Star stamped on front end page. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30623) $20.00

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Catalog of exhibitions by two southern California artists, Connie Mississippi and Pat Warner, at the Art Gallery, Fullerton College and the Wignall Museum/Gallery, Chaffey College in 1996. Six color plates, 2 gray and white plates.

Essay by Merle Schipper.

Back pocket includes a folded blank sheet in a pocket with a slight crease at the edge. 20p.

Book cover. Pursuit: Maze I and Maze II (Connie Mississippi and Pat Warner)

NEVELSON, L: Nevelson: Sky Gates and Collages (May 4–8 June 1974, The Pace Gallery)

Book cover. Nevelson: Sky Gates and Collages (May 4--8 June 1974, The Pace Gallery) Nevelson: Sky Gates and Collages. The Pace Gallery, 1974. Unmarked text. Spiral bound corrugated cardboard cover with black and white illustration mounted on cover. A few ink spots on cover. Department of 20th Century Painting and Sculpture stamped on title page. Very Good. Hardcover. (#30610) $20.00

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Catalog for May 4 through June 8, 1974 exhibition. Includes statement by the artist. Also 21 black and white illustrations, including 2 foldouts. Louise Nevelson (1899-1988) was born in Russia and grew up in America. After years of struggle, her rich iconography expressed in black, white, and gold wooden assemblages, were finally recognized when she was almost sixty.

Inside page. Nevelson: Sky Gates and Collages (May 4--8 June 1974, The Pace Gallery)

BROWN, KM: Douglas Gordon (Tate Modern Artists)

Book cover. Douglas Gordon (Tate Modern Artists)Brown, Katrina M. Douglas Gordon (Tate Modern Artists). Tate, 2004. ISBN: 1854374648. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30249) $14.00

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Beautifully illustrated. Introduces Douglas Gordon, an artist who first came to prominence in the 1990s, winning the Turner Prize in 1996. He soon earned a reputation for making art from pre-existing materials, most spectacularly in the case of classic films. A title in the Tate Publishing’s Modern Artists monographs series. 128p.

Back cover. Douglas Gordon (Tate Modern Artists)