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    • 1968 Annual Exhibition. Sculpture.


    • NEW YORK. WHITNEY MUSEUM. 1968 Annual Exhibition. Sculpture. Unpaginated catalogue includes 60 b&w illustrations. Square 4to, wraps. 1968




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    • 1981 Biennial Exhibition.


    • NEW YORK. WHITNEY MUSEUM. 1981 Biennial Exhibition. 159 pp include 113 b&w reproductions. Large 4to, wraps. 1981.


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    • 1985 Biennial Exhibition.


    • NEW YORK. WHITNEY MUSEUM. 1985 Biennial Exhibition. 179 pp include over 150 illustrations. Large 4to, wraps. 1985.


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    • 1991 Biennial Exhibition.


    • NEW YORK. Whitney Museum. 1991 Biennial Exhibition.392pp., hundreds of color and b & w illustrations. wraps. New York, W. W. Norton, 1991.


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    • Contemporary American Sculpture: Selection 1.


    • NEW YORK. WHITNEY MUSEUM. Contemporary American Sculpture: Selection 1. 63 pp is the first of two catalogues featuring selections from the Howard and Jean Lipman Foundation. Square 4to, wraps. 1969.


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    • THE 1930'S: PAINTING & SCULPTURE IN AMERICA.


    • NEW YORK. WHITNEY MUSEUM. The 1930's: Painting & Sculpture in America. Unpag. exhibition catalogue with an essay by William C. Agee and numerous plates, a few in color. Small, square 4to, wraps. 1968.




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    • Views from Abroad 2: European Perspectives on American Art.


    • NEW YORK. Whitney Museum. Views from Abroad 2: European Perspectives on American Art. Text by Jean-Christophe Ammann and Adam D. Weinberg. 175 pp. with c. 30 color and 30 b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1996.
      Published to accompany an exhibition at the Whitney Museum, this catalogue examines the complex inter-relationship between European and American art by juxtaposing contemporary American and European artworks. The exhibition and this catalogue a have been conceived to give the reader a unique insight into the workings of the art world on both sides of the Atlantic. The text offers analysis of the artworks and their differences as well as discussing emerging trends. Text in English and German.




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