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    • FAITH RINGGOLD

    • Dancing at the Louvre: FAITH RINGGOLD'S French Collection and Other St


    • Akron. Akron Art Museum. Dancing at the Louvre: FAITH RINGGOLD'S French Collection and Other Story Quilts. Text by Dan Cameron et al; 168 pp., approximately 40 color and 60 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. 1998.
      This volume is both an exhibition catalogue of story quilts Ringgold has produced since 1990, and an overview of her career. The text examines her stylistic development through the 1960s and 1970s and explores the work's social and political meaning.


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    • TARSILA DO AMARAL

    • TARSILA DO AMARAL


    • Amaral, Aracy et al. TARSILA DO AMARAL. 296 pages, illustrated throughout, mostly in color. 4to, die-cut boards. Madrid, Fundacion Juan March, 2009.
      Documents the first solo show on this artist, a key figure in Brazilian painting and largely responsible for the introduction of the European avant-garde into that country.


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    • JESUS RAFAEL SOTO

    • SOTO: Collection du Centre Pompidou


    • Ameline,Jean-Paul. SOTO: Collection du Centre Pompidou. 144 pages with 25 full page plates and numerous smaller color and b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. Paris, Centre Pompidou, 2013. (#148720) $55.00
      Text in French only.
      This catalogue documents the Pompidou Center's recent tribute to Venezuelan artist Jesus-Rafael Soto, a leading figure in the development of Kinetic art.


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    • LUCIO FONTANA

    • LUCIO FONTANA.


    • Amsterdam. Stedelijk Museum. LUCIO FONTANA. 111 pp. include over 200 illustrations, a few in color. 4to, wraps. 1988.


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    • KARA WALKER

    • KARA WALKER: Pictures from Another Time


    • Dixon, Annette, and Robert F. Reid-Pharr. KARA WALKER: Pictures from Another Time. Conversation with the artist by Thelma Golden; 100 pp., illustrated throughout in color and b&w. 4to, cloth.Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Museum of Art, 2002.


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    • Contemporary Art in Latin America


    • MOSQUERA, GERARDO et al. Contemporary Art in Latin America. 240 pages, illustrated throughout in color and b&w boards. London, Black Dog Publishing - Artworld, 2010.


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    • MARCELO BONEVARDI

    • BONEVARDI: Chasing Shadows-Constructing Art


    • Ashton, Dore and Ronald Christ. BONEVARDI: Chasing Shadows-Constructing Art. Edited by John Bennett and Gustavo Bonevardi; 448 pp., roughly 295 color and 55 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. Austin, University of Texas Press, 2007.


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    • MARISOL (ESCOBAR)

    • MARISOL.


    • Athens. Trisolini Gallery of Ohio University. MARISOL. Brief ,unpaginated exhibition catalogue, illustrated in b&w. Oblong 8vo, wraps. 1974.


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    • FELIX GONZALEZ-TORRES

    • FELIX GONZALEZ-TORRES


    • Ault, Julie (editor). FELIX GONZALEZ-TORRES. 412 pp., fully illustrated in color and b&w. 4to, cloth. Gottingen, Steidl dangin, 2006.
      Combining elements of conceptual art, minimalism, political activism and poetic beauty, Felix Gonzalez-Torres wanted to "make this a better place for everyone". This book, with newly commisioned texts by Robert Storr and Miwon Kwon, is heavy on text. It features significant critical essays, exhibition statements, transcripts from lectures, personal correspondence, and writings that influenced the artist and his work. Works are documented in their completed state, and often in the process of being created.


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    • JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT

    • JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT


    • Buchhart, Dieter, and Sam Keller (editors) et al. JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT. 244 pp. with 334 color illustrations. 4to, boards. Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz, 2010.
      Exhibition at the Beyeler Foundation, Basel.



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    • ANCIENT ARTS OF THE ANDES


    • BENNETT, WENDELL C. Ancient Arts of the Andes. 188 pp. with an intro. by Rene d'Harnoncourt, & 208 plates, 6 in color, small 4to, cloth. New York, M.O.M.A., 1954.


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    • SAM GILLIAM

    • SAM GILLIAM: A Retrospective


    • Binstock, Jonathan P. SAM GILLIAM: A Retrospective. Forewords by Walter Hopps and Jacquelyn D. Serwer; xviii and 222 pp., roughly 75 color and 35 b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. Berkeley, Los Angeles, London, University of California Press, in association with Washington, Corcoran Gallery of Art, 2005.
      This catalogue for a travelling exhibition (originating at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington) explores 4 decades of work and establishes the artist in the context of post-60s art.


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    • GABRIEL OROZCO

    • GABRIEL OROZCO Chacahua


    • Birnbaum, Daniel (epilogue). GABRIEL OROZCO Chacahua. 76 pages, illustrated throughout in color. 8vo, wraps. Frankfurt am Main, Portikus, 2000.
      Exhibition in Frankfurt. Text in German and English.


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    • Geometric Abstraction: Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de


    • BOIS, YVE-ALAIN et al. Geometric Abstraction. Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Collection/Abstraccion Geometrica. Arte Latinoamericano en la Coleccion Patricia Phelps de Cisnerios. 264 pp., 65 colour plates and 43 b&w figures. 4to, cloth. Cambridge, Harvard University Art Museums, Caracas, Fundacion Cisneros and New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2001.
      This volume, which accompanies an exhibition at Harvard's Fogg Art Museum, features a selection of more than 80 paintings, drawings, and sculptures representing some two dozen Latin American artists. The works date from 1934 to 1988, but the majority are from 1948-1966, the high-point of geometric abstraction. Text in Spanish and English.


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    • Les Esprits, l'Or et le Chamane. Musees de l'Or de Colombie.


    • PARIS. Galeries nationales du Grand-Palais Les Esprits, l'Or et le Chamane. Musee de l'Or de Colombie. Text by numerous authors; 296 pp., illustrated in colour and b&w. 4to, wraps. Paris, Reunion des Musees Nationaux, 2000.
      This exhibition catalogue for a show at the Grand Palais in Paris brings together art, anthropology, and archeology to illuminate the meaning of the objects gathered here from the Museum of Gold in Bogota. Text in French.


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    • CILDO MEIRELES

    • CILDO MEIRELES


    • Brett, Guy (editor) et al. CILDO MEIRELES. 192 pages, illustrated throughout in color and b&w. 4to, boards. London, Tate in association with New York, DAP, 2008.
      Accompanies a traveling exhibition.




 
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