New York: 1999. The Meyer Schapiro Artist Award, No. 1. With a critical essay by David Rubin. Frontispiece portrait and 30 illustrations. 47pp. Thin 4to, pictorial wrappers. New York: Meyer Schapiro Program, 1999. A very good(+) copy of this exhibition catalogue. Fine. Inscribed by the artist to Lillian (Schapiro), along with a separate handwritten letter to her.
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Various: Various, 1996. Group of 5 exhibition catalogues, from shows put on between 1996 and 2011. Slim 4tos of various sizes. 4 are in English and 1 in Italian. Fine condition. An interesting group of material from the collection of Nan Rosenthal, curator of modern art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art & The National Gallery.
Paris: Galerie Daniel Malingue, 1991. Introduction by Jean-Marie Tasset. 65 beautiful color plates, and a few b/w photographs. 4to, white cloth, d.w. (d.w. has very small bump on top corner of front cover, top edge slightly darkened, cloth covers slightly curved) Paris: Galerie Daniel Malingue, 1991. A very good(+) copy. Exhibition catalogue. Text in French.
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1990. Photographic illustrations in color & in black & white. Small slim square 4to, original pictorial wrappers. New York: Museum of Modern Art/Abrams, 1990. First edition. Library stamp from Harry Abrams Editorial Library on the half-title, otherwise a fine copy of this uncommon exhibition catalogue.
Fukuoka: Kitakyushu Museum, 1987. Illustrated throughout, mostly in color, of 80 works created between the 1940s and 1980s. 118 pages with all text in Japanese, though there are some English captions. Slim oblong 4to, glossy pictorial self-wrappers. Fukuoka: Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art in collaboration with Fuji Television Gallery Tokyo, 1987. First edition. A fine copy. Very scarce -- the first major retrospective of the artist's work.
New York: Kleijkamp, Inc., 1941. Introduction by Salmony. Catalogue featuring 136 items, and illustrated wit 13 full-page plates, all printed on heavy yellow paper. Slim 4to, yellow and black boards with pictorial label (rubbed and bumped at spine ends; internally clean and fine). New York & The Hague: Kleijkamp, Inc., 1941. Limited first edition -- number 209 of 300 copies. A very good copy of this uncommon book.
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2001. With 255 illustrations, including 112 color and 90 duotone. 296 pages. 4to, gray silk cloth, d.w. New York: Museum of Modern Art, distributed by Harry Abrams, (2001). First American edition. A fine copy. Published on the occasion of the 2001-2 exhibition at Kunsthaus, Zurich and MOMA, New York.
Various: Various, 1994. Group of 11 exhibition catalogues, from shows put on between 1994 and 2009. Slim 4tos of various sizes all in English. Fine condition. An interesting archive of material, from the collection of Nan Rosenthal, curator of modern art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art & The National Gallery.
London: Anthony D'Offay Gallery, 1988. Profusely illustrated in color. Unpaginated, slim 4to, black cloth, printed wrappers, dust wrapper. London: Anthony D'Offay Gallery, (1988). A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.. Includes a supplemental nine-page exhibition catalog in fine condition.
New York: Kent FineArt, 1989. Edited by Jeanne Marie Wasilik. Illustrated throughout with unusual black and white photographs and color reproductions of Laffoley's highly cryptic artwork. 111pp. Short thin square 4to, original black paper wrappers with embossed title. New York: Kent Fine Art, 1989. Fine. First printing, one of 3000 copies. This monograph accompanies the 1989 exhibition Paul Laffoley: Structured Singualarities.
New York: Smithsonian, 2007. Foreword by Paul Warwick Thompson and Nine essays by various authors. Extensively illustrated in color & b/w. 359 pages. 4to, black cloth, d.w., all edges gilt New York: Smithsonian & Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, (2007). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Printed to accompany the exhibition.
New York: Smithsonian, 2007. Foreword by Paul Warwick Thompson and Nine essays by various authors. Extensively illustrated in color & b/w. 359 pages. 4to, black cloth, d.w., all edges gilt New York: Smithsonian & Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, (2007). A fine copy, as new in the original shrinkwrap. Printed to accompany the exhibition.
Zurich: Centre Le Corbusier. Illustrated throughout with fine color reproductions, plus additional images. Tall thin 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. Zurich: Centre Le Corbusier, (no date, circa 1966). First Edition. The limited text is in French. A very good(+) copy of this uncommon book, with ownership signature of Mildred Schmertz, who was the editor-in-chief of Architectural Record.
New York: Gerald Peters Gallery, 1998. Lengthy essay by Valerie Ann Leeds. Illustrated with 47 color plates and 9 smaller b/w images. 126 pages. Slim oblong 4to, pictorial wrappers. New York: Gerald Peters Gallery, 1998. First edition. A fine copy. Exhibition held November 12 to December 12, 1998. Scarce.