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    • ROSEMARIE TROCKEL

    • Cahiers d'Art: Issue No. 1-2, 2013. ROSEMARIE TROCKEL


    • PARIS. Cahiers d'Art. Cahiers d'Art: Issue No. 1-2 2013. ROSEMARIE TROCKEL. 197 pages, including 80 color and 15 b&w plates. 4to, cloth. 2013.
      This second issue of the newly published Cahiers d'Art revue focuses predominately on the work of Rosemarie Trockel, who's 2013 piece, Clock Owner, graces the cover of this edition.
      In addition to a feature on Trockel, the publication also introduces the work of Peter Fischli and David Weiss, Le Corbusier, Inge Mahn, Absalon, and Riccardo Paratore.


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    • Art et Publicite: 1890 - 1990: Exposition Realisee.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Art et Publicite: 1890 - 1990: Exposition Realisee. 562 pages, and filled mainly with b&w plates, though many are in color. Thick 4to, wraps. Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1991.


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    • DANIEL-HENRY KAHNWEILER, MARCHAND, EDITEUR, ECRIVAIN.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, marchand, editeur, ecrivain. 197 pp. text and catalogue with many b&w text figs. and plates. Folio, wraps. 1984.
      Hommage to one of the pioneer dealers in twentieth century art.


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    • L'oreille Oubliee


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. L'oreille Oubliee. 120 pages, including many color, and b&w plates and illustrations. Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou, 1982.
      Text in French. Comes with a 7" record.


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    • Les Realismes 1919-1939.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Les Realismes 1919-1939. 529 pp. heavily illustrated catalogue of an international show of realist artists in various media. Folio, wraps. 1980.


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    • Paris - Moscou, 1900 - 1930.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Paris - Moscou, 1900 - 1930. (Arts Plastiques, Arts Appliques et Objets Utilitaires, Architecture, Urbanisme, Agitprop, Affiche, Theatre-Ballet, Litterature, Musique, Cinema, Photo Creative. 779 pp. with 655 illustrations, of which 145 are in color. Stout 4to, wraps. 1991.
      Reduced format reprint of the catalogue to the important exhibition, exploring the dialogue between the avant garde artists and trends of Paris and Moscow. With additional essays and illustrations; text in French.


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    • Presences Polonaises.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Presences Polonaises. 335 pp., with numerous b&w and some color illustrations. Large 4to wraps. 1983.


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    • L'Univers de Borges.


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. L'Univers de Borges. 164 pp. with duotone illustrations. Square 4to, wraps. 1992.


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    • Dada: L'exposition / The Exhibition


    • PARIS. Centre Pompidou. Dada: L'exposition / The Exhibition. 60 pages with approximately 75 color and b&w plates. 4to, wraps. 2005.
      Text in French and English.


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    • PARIS - BERLIN 1900-1933.


    • PARIS. Centre Pompidou. Paris - Berlin 1900-1933. 576 pages, illustrated throughout in b&w and color. Large 4to, cloth. 1978.


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    • PIET MONDRIAAN

    • MONDRIAN-de Stijl: L'Exposition / The Exhibition.


    • Leal, Brigitte, and Marek Wieczorek. MONDRIAN-de Stijl: L'Exposition / The Exhibition. 60 pages, illustrated throughout, mostly in color. 4to, wraps. Paris, Centre Pompidou, 2010.
      Accompanies the exhibitions at the Pompidou Centre. Text in English and French.


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    • PARIS - MOSCOW


    • PARIS. Centre Georges Pompidou. Paris - Moscou. 580 pp. profusely illustrated catalogue. Large 4to, wraps. 1979.


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    • Le Surrealisme et l'Objet


    • PARIS. Centre Pompidou. Le Surrealisme et l'Objet. Text by Emmanuel Guigon. 60 pages. 4to, wraps. 2013.
      A selection of works from the recent Surrealism exhibition at the Pompidou with text in French and English.


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    • Le Dessin en France au XVIIe siecle


    • PARIS. Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts. Le Dessin en France au XVIIe siecle dans les Collections de l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts. Text by various authors; 400 pp., illustrated in b&w with a few colour figures. 4to, wraps. 2001.
      This catalogue will be published in English for a show at the Frick Collection. The catalogue will be exactly the same as the French edition.


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    • L'Ecole de Londres de Bacon a Bevan


    • PARIS, Fondation Dina Vierny-Musee Maillol. L'Ecole de Londres de Bacon a Bevan. 240 pp., illustrated throughout in colour and b&w; with xv pp. English translation. 4to, wraps. 1998.
      First coined by R.B. Kitaj during the course of a show in 1976, the term "School of London" refers to a group of London-based painters whose work is primarily figurative. This catalogue includes works by Bacon, Freud, Auerbach, Kossoff, Kitaj, Andrews, Mason, Rego, Paul, Conroy, Jacklin, and Bevan. The work of each artist is accompanied by a biographical sketch, text, interviews, and bibliography. Text in French.


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    • Photo-Journalisme: Festival d'Automne a Paris.


    • PARIS. Fondation Nationale de la Photographie. Photo-Journalisme: Festival d'Automne a Paris. Approximately 180 pages, including 80 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. Paris, Fondation Nationale de la Photographie, 1977.



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