ORR, E: Eric Orr: Time’s Shadow (Scott Hanson Gallery, 7 November–3 December, 1987)

Color plate. Eric Orr: Time's Shadow (Scott Hanson Gallery, 7 November--3 December, 1987) Eric Orr: Time’s Shadow (Scott Hanson Gallery, 7 November–3 December, 1987). Scott Hanson Gallery, 1987. Unmarked. Very Good. Booklet (Saddle Stitched). (#30905) $50.00

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Catalog for Scott Hanson Gallery exhibition, 7 November–3 December, 1987. 10 color plates. Chronology. Collection list. Chronology. 36p.

Essay by Thomas McEvilley.

Eric Orr (1939-1998) was a key figure of the Los Angeles Light and Space movement.

BEESCH, RK: Height x Width x Length: Contemporary Sculpture from the Weatherspoon Collection

Book cover. Height x Width x Length: Contemporary Sculpture from the Weatherspoon Collection Beesch, Ruth K. Height x Width x Length: Contemporary Sculpture from the Weatherspoon Collection. Weatherspoon Art Gallery, 1991. ISBN: 0962754110. Unmarked. A few smudges on cover. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30898) $35.00

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Catalog for August 18–September 22, 1991 exhibition at the Weatherspoon Art Gallery. Artists includes pioneering 20th Century sculptors.

Four color and six black-and-white plates showcasing work by Howard Gross, William Anatasi, Eva Hesse, Red Grooms, Sol Lewitt, Richard Serra, Siah Armajani,Michael Gitlin, Robert Smithson, Ted Rosenthat.

ICA: Thomas Hirschhorn: Utopia=One World, One War, One Army, One Dress

Thomas Hirschhorn: Utopia=One World, One War, One Army, One Dress. Institute of Contemporary Art, 2006. Unmarked. Star stamped on title page. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30716) $20.00

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Catalog for a traveling exhibition. Illustrated. 52p.

Foreword by Nicholas Baume and Ralph Rugoff. “The World as figure/ground and its disturbance” by Pamela Lee, “Utopia, Utopia = One World, One War, One Army, One Dress” by Thomas Hirschhorn, and “Wordplay” by Marcus Steinweg.

Hirschhorn (b. 1957) is a Swiss artist who lives and works in Paris. He received the (2000/2001) Marcel Duchamp Prize and the Joseph Beuys Prize in 2004. In June 2011, Hirschhorn represented Switzerland at the Venice Biennale.