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    • DAN FLAVIN

    • DAN FLAVIN: The Architecture of Light.


    • Berlin. Deutsche Guggenheim. DAN FLAVIN: The Architecture of Light. Text by numerous authors; 96 pp., numerous color plates. 4to, cloth. New York, Guggenheim Museum Publications in association with Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2000.
      Flavin's use of commercial flourescent tubes and varied colors of light to make sculpture was one of the most radical gestures of Minimalism. This book contains many fine examples of his work as well informative text by several contributing critics and art historians.



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    • DAN FLAVIN          Catalogue raisonné

    • DAN FLAVIN: The Complete Lights, 1961-1996


    • Govan, Michael and Tiffany Bell, with Brydon E. Smith and David Gray. DAN FLAVIN: The Complete Lights, 1961-1996. 432 pp., 515 color and 65 b&w illustrations, 658 color diagrams. Small folio, cloth, slipcased. NewYork, Dia Art Foundation, in association with New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2004.
      This book presents, for the first time, a complete catalogue of the artist's light works. More than 750 projects are reproduced, either in color photographs or a graphic diagram. The text includes essays published in the catalogue for the show at the National Gallery. Comprehensive information on each work, including title, date, medium, dimensions, edition, exhibition history, and bibliography, is also included.


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    • DAN FLAVIN

    • DAN FLAVIN


    • Munchen Kunstbau Lenbachhaus. DAN FLAVIN. 79 pp. text well illustrated with full page color plates. Square 4to, cloth. 1994.
      Text in English and German.



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    • DAN FLAVIN

    • DAN FLAVIN, FLUORESCENT LIGHT, ETC.


    • Ottawa. National Gallery of Canada. DAN FLAVIN, Fluorescent Light, etc. Unpaginated catalogue with 114 monochrome & 4 color plates & add'l text figs., square 8vo, wraps, 1969.
      Text in English and French.


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    • DAN FLAVIN

    • DAN FLAVIN: Icons


    • Thierolf, Corinna and Johannes Vogt. DAN FLAVIN: Icons. 80 pages, 39 color plates, 28 color and b&w illustrations. 4to, boards. Munich, Schirmer / Mosel Verlag in association with Munich, Pinakothek der Moderne, 2009.
      This book is devoted to Flavin's earliest experiments with artificial light: eight wall-mounted pieces created between 1961 and 1964, which he called Icons (wooden crates painted in one color onto which he mounted colored lamp bulbs).


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    • DAN FLAVIN

    • DAN FLAVIN: Rooms of Light. Works of the Panza Collection from Villa P


    • Vettese, Angela et al.. DAN FLAVIN: Rooms of Light. Works of the Panza Collection from Villa Panza, Varese and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. 128 pp., 20 color plates, numerous color and b&w figures. 4to, wraps. Milan, Skira, 2004.
      Text in English and Italian.


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    • DAN FLAVIN

    • DAN FLAVIN: A Retrospective


    • Govan, Michael, and Tiffany Bell, with Brydon E. Smith. DAN FLAVIN: A Retrospective. 208 pp., hundreds of color and b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. New York, DIA Art Foundation, and Washington, The National Gallery of Art, in association with New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2004.
      This book, published to accompany a travelling exhibition, features 45 of the artist's most important light works created throughout the course of his career.


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    • DAN FLAVIN

    • DAN FLAVIN: New Light


    • Weiss, Jeffrey (editor) et al.. DAN FLAVIN: New Light. xii and 164 pp., 60 b&w illustrations. 8vo, wraps. New Haven and London, Yale University Press, in association with Washington, National Gallery of Art 2006.
      In making light his primary medium, Dan Flavin established himself as an important innovator in the minimalist movement. In this volume, six leading scholars of contemporary art consider the ambiguities and multiple resonances of Flavin's light works.


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    • LISA FONSSAGRIVES-PENN

    • LISA FONSSAGRIVES-PENN Bronzes


    • New York. Marlborough Galleery. LISA FONSSAGRIVES-PENN Bronzes. 7 pages, including 4 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. New york. Marlborough, 1983.


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    • LUCIO FONTANA

    • Omaggio a / Homage to LUCIO FONTANA.


    • Venice. Peggy Guggenheim Collection. Omaggio a / Homage to LUCIO FONTANA. Edited by Fred Licht; 80 pages include 11 color and 13 b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. 1988.
      Text in English and Italian. Exhibition in Venice and New York.


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    • GUNTHER FORG

    • GUNTHER FORG Stations of the Cross


    • University of Chicago. The Renaissance Society. GUNTHER FORG Stations of the Cross. 125 pages, including 65 b&w plates. 4to, cloth. 1990.


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    • TOM FRIEDMAN

    • TOM FRIEDMAN


    • Danto, Arthur and Ralph Rugoff. TOM FRIEDMAN. 320 pp., roughly 275 illustrations, most in color. 4to, boards. London, Gagosian Gallery, in association with New Haven and London, Yale University Press, 2008.
      This book is devoted to Tom Friedman's exceptional body of work over the past nineteen years. The book features over 250 color illustrations and encompasses 200 artworks that reflect Friedman's humor, his painstaking craftsmanship, and the unending inventiveness that distinguishes his work.


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    • HARRIET WHITNEY FRISHMUTH

    • Sculptured Hyacinths.


    • Aronson, Charles N. Sculptured Hyacinths. [FRISHMUTH]. 219 pp. text with more than 100 b&w photographs. Large 4to, cloth. New York, Vantage, 1973.


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    • KATHARINA FRITSCH

    • KATHARINA FRITSCH


    • Curiger, Bice et al. KATHARINA FRITSCH. 148 pages, 58 color and 26 b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz, 2009.
      Accompanies an exhibition at Kunsthaus, Zurich, and the Deichtorhallen, Hamburg. Text in English.


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    • GEORGE FULLARD

    • Assembling the Absurd: The Sculpture of GEORGE FULLARD.


    • Whiteley, Gillian. Assembling the Absurd: The Sculpture of GEORGE FULLARD. 144 pp., with roughly 30 color and 100 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. London, Lund Humphries, 1998.
      In a diverse body of work, ranging from idiosyncratic figure studies to enigmatic assemblages, George Fullard consistently explored the possibilities of irony and an interest in the absurd. (53757)



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