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    • 1987 Bienniel Exhibition.


    • NEW YORK. Whitney Museum. 1987 Bienniel Exhibition. 213 pp include hundreds of mostly color illustrations. Large 4to, wraps. 1987.


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    • 1989 Biennial Exhibition.


    • NEW YORK. Whitney Museum. 1989 Biennial Exhibition. 255 pp. include well over 100 color plates and approximately 30 b&w illustrations. 8vo, wraps. New York, W.W. Norton, 1989.


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    • Mind Over Matter: Concept and Object


    • ARMSTRONG, RICHARD. Mind Over Matter: Concept and Object. 156 pages, with many plates, a few of those in color. 4to, wraps. New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1990. .


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    • 1973 Biennial Exhibition. Contemporary American Art.


    • NEW YORK. WHITNEY MUSEUM. 1973 Biennial Exhibition. Contemporary American Art. Unpaginated catalogue contains 63 b&w illustrations. Square 4to, wraps. 1973.
      This catalogue is the first in the series of the Whitney's annual exhibitions that became the bienniel. This simply means that the alternating painting and sculpture exhibitions became one.


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    • Lyrical Abstraction.


    • NEW YORK. WHITNEY MUSEUM. Lyrical Abstraction. 46 pp include 33 b&w reproductions of works termed "romantic" abstractions. Small Square 4to, wraps. 1971.


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    • Photography in America.


    • NEW YORK. Whitney Museum. Photography in America. Edited by Robert Doty. 255 pp. catalogue with hundreds of plates in b&w and color. Folio, cloth. 1974.


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    • Print Acquisitions 1974-1984.


    • NEW YORK. Whitney Museum. Print Acquisitions 1974-1984. Text by Judith Goldman. 95 pp include many b&w illustrations. Squrae 4to. wraps. 1984.


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    • The Whitney Studio Club and American Art 1900-1932


    • NEW YORK. WHITNEY MUSEUM. The Whitney Studio Club and American Art 1900-1932. Text by Lloyd Goodrich. 24 pp traces the history of the studio club and the foundations of the Whitney Museum. Includes many b&w illustrations and archival photographs. 1975.




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    • 1995 Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art.


    • NEW YORK. Whitney Museum. 1995 Biennial Exhibition. 268 pp., illustrated throughout in color and b&w. Folio. New York, Abrams, 1995.
      The Whitney Museum's much-scrutinized exhibition of the most important developments in American art, film, and video over the past two years. This catalogue represents eighty artists, all of whom emphasize mataphor, allegory, and symbol in their art. The work of each artist is illustrated and accompanied by an individual biography, selected exhibition history, and bibliography. Essays by Klaus Kertess (the organizer of the exhibition), Hilton Als, and others are included, along with a poem by John Ashbery which was expressly commissioned for this catalogue.



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