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Description:Good. Only lightly used. Book has minimal wear to cover and...Good. Only lightly used. Book has minimal wear to cover and binding. A few pages may have small creases and minimal underlining. Book selection as BIG as Texas.
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Description:First print. Oblong softcover in Fine condition inside and out....First print. Oblong softcover in Fine condition inside and out. Contents are clean, unmarked and tightly bound.120 pgs inc index." Social and Political Themes in Recent Printed American Art."
Description:First Edition. Oblong quarto. 120pp. Chronology, notes on the...First Edition. Oblong quarto. 120pp. Chronology, notes on the artists, bibliography, index. Illustrated throughout in black & white. Glossy pictorial wrappers; a Fine copy. // Published on the occasion of an exhibition of the same name, January 31 to April 19, 1988. Image or additional images available upon request.
Description:9" x 9.75". 120pp. Glossy color illustrated paperback. Corners...9" x 9.75". 120pp. Glossy color illustrated paperback. Corners lightly bumped, else near fine condition. An interesting book, with sections on government and politics in art, race and culture, gender, nuclear power, war and revolution, economics, class struggle, etc. With a bibliography and an index of artists whose work is discussed in this book. With many black & white illustrations.
Description:Very Good. Comitted to Print (ISBN 0-87070-299-8) is the...Very Good. Comitted to Print (ISBN 0-87070-299-8) is the catalog for an exhibition of the same name organized by Deborah Wye at The Museum of Modern Art. It is a look at social and political themes in recent political art. It includes art by over 100 artists ranging from Hans Haac ke, Nancy Spero and Peter Gourfain to Faith Ringgold, Marisol and Francesc Torres. 120 pages, index. Paper with stiff cover. Black and white reproductions. 9 3/4" x 9". Slight wear to cover edges otherwise very good condition.
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