New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2010. Illustrated throughout with high-quality color and b/w photographs on glossy paper. Slim 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2010. A fine copy, but lacking the DVD from rear pocket and also the publisher's original tied linen satchel. A lavish photographic tribute to the life of artist Jean-Claude, held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, April 26, 2010.
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Cologne: Neue Galerie Graz, 1998. Illustrated with black and white and color works by Michaux. Text in German. 191 pages. 4to, glossy paper wrappers. Cologne: Neue Galerie Graz, (1988). A near fine copy, owner's stamp of art dealer, David Zwirner on title page. Michaux was an idiosyncratic visual artist, associated with the Tachiste movement in the 1940s and 50s. His work often makes use of dense, suggestively gestural strokes that incorporates elements of calligraphy, asemic writing, and abstract expressionism...
Paris: Maeght, 1956. Juin-Juillet-Auot, 1956. Whole issue devoted to Miro. Illustrated with (including covers) 7 original lithographs, 6 of which are color and 3 double-page; a few other b/w plates. Slim folio, loose as issued in pictorial wrappers (upper corner of cover is slightly bent; tiny ding on spine, otherwise a fine copy). Paris: Maeght, 1956. First edition. Near fine.
New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932. Translated by Daphne M. Hoffmann. Illustrated with 170 black & white images. 191 pages. Short slim 4to, red-lettered gray cloth; spine sunned and with some light wear at ends; light foxing throughout, heavier on first and last several pages. New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, Inc., . First edition. A very good copy of this exceedingly scarce book. Printed in Berlin by Felgentreff & Co., with cuts by C. Dunnhaupt, Dessau -- Freitag.....
New York: New Museum, 2009. Packed with more than 600 illustrations, mostly color. 480 pages. Thick 4to, pictorial boards. New York: New Museum & Zurich: JRP|Ringier, 2009. First edition. A fine copy, as new in the original shrinkwrap. Scarce. Printed for the exhibition 'Urs Fischer: Marguerite de Ponty' at the the New Museum. This was Fischer's first large-scale solo presentation in an American museum which took over all three of the New Museum's gallery floors to create a series of.....
Helsinki: Museum of Finnish Architecture, 1984. Edited by Juhani Pallasmaa. Well-illustrated throughout, some in color. 179 pages. Slim square 8vo, pictorial wrappers. Helsinki: Museum of Finnish Architecture, Finnish Society of Crafts and Design, Artek, 1984. First softcover edition. A near fine copy.
New York: Rizzoli, 1987. Beautifully and extensively illustrated in full color. 208pp., 4to, grey cloth, d.w. New York: Rizzoli, (1987). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. With Essays by Elizabeth Frank, Steven A. Nash, Robert Rosenblum, and Nan Rosenthal. Published in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name at the Dallas Museum of Art & The National Gallery of Art.
Tel-Aviv: Misrad ha-bit%u0323ah%u0323on, 1994. Profusely illustrated with b/w photographs of modern architecture in Tel-Aviv, Israel, 336 pages with text entirely in Hebrew. 4to, glossy pictorial boards, printed mylar wrapper (both just vlightly edgeworn). Gift inscription on flyleaf else a near fine clean copy of this rather uncommon publication.
Milan: Christian Stein, 1990. Drawings and sketches. 78pp., 8vo, printed boards with inlaid illustration on front cover. Milano: Christian Stein and Firenze: Hopeful Monster, (1990). A fine copy. Presentation copy to Nan Rosenthal, signed "Claes" by Oldenburg on title page, the inscription is written backwards.
London: Phaidon, 2011. 2,000 illustrations in black and white and color including rare and unpublished documents. 624 pages, very very thick 4to, pictorial boards. London: Phaidon, (2011). A fine copy Comprehensive visual biography of one of art's greatest personalities. Extraordinary insight into his world of glamour, sex, and fame.