79 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. Fine Condition. ART. Based on the exhibition, "A Museum Looks at Itself, " this beautiful book takes us through the process involved as one museum made itself the subject of an exhibition. Includes 79 color and b&w illustrations. (Key Words: Art, Museums, exhibit catalog, Parrish Art Museum).
Includes essays by Maurice Berger, Alan Wallach and contributions by Judith Barry. This publication documents the exhibition "A Museum looks at Itself: Mapping Past and Present at the Parrish Art Museum 1897-1992". Exhibit organized by the Parrish art musem-exhibition dates August 8-November 11, 1992. Dark red cloth stamped in gold 12 1/4" x 9 1/4". Loaded with innumerable plates throughout, many photos in color. 80 pages printed on slick paper. Chronology of the museum at the end, also a checklist of the exhibition. Dust jacket. Fine/ Fine.
New. 0943526264. FLAWLESS COPY, BRAND NEW, PRISTINE, NEVER OPENED-80 pages. "Museums are made to be looked at by others, but what happens when a museum looks at itself? Donna De Salvo has choreographed just such an event in Past Imperfect: A Museum Looks at Itself, an admirably ambitious exhibition that excavates the pictures, powers, objects, and objections that comprise and construct a cultural institution."
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