HAUPTMAN, J: Fast Forward: Modern Moments, 1913-2013

Hauptman, Jodi. Fast Forward: Modern Moments, 1913-2013. Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), High Museum, 2013. Factory sealed. Like New in as new dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30979) $25.00

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Illustrated in color and black-and-white. 192p. Measures 9×11 inches.

Exhibition catalog. Provides an overview of the innovations and achievements of the last century, including the new visual languages of Cubism and Futurism (1913), the convergence of Surrealism and New Vision photography between the wars (1929), the large-scale abstract painting of midcentury (1950), the merging of art and life in the early 1960s (1961) and the embrace of identity politics and appropriation by artists in the late 1980s (1988).

TOOKER, G: George Tooker: Paintings, 1947-1973

Book cover. George Tooker: Paintings, 1947-1973 George Tooker: Paintings, 1947-1973. The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 1974. Unmarked. Some soiling and rubbing on cover. Good. Paperback. (#30956) $16.00

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Exhibition catalog. Introductory essay. 29 color and back and white plates. The exhibition featured the tempura painting of George Tooker and was only the second such exhibition in Tooker’s career.

Tooker (1920-2011) was an American figurative painter. His works are associated with Magic realism, Social realism, Photorealism and Surrealism.

CHIPP, HB: Gordon Onslow-Ford Retrospective

Cover. Gordon Onslow-Ford Retrospective Chipp, Hershel B. Gordon Onslow-Ford Retrospective. The Oakland Museum, 1977. Unmarked. Some foxing on cover. Good. Paperback. (#30292) $25.00

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Catalog for exhibition at the Oakland Museum, 22 March through May 29, 1977. Extensively illustrated in black/white and color. Includes photographs.

Onslow-Ford (1912-2003), a British-born artist, was the youngest and last surviving member of the original Surrealist artistic group, led by the poet André Breton. Also included in the group were Matta, Joan Miro, Marcel Duchamp, Yves Tanguy, Jean Arp, and Salvador Dali.

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