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Description:Very Good- 0870703587. THIS ITEM IS LARGE/HEAVY AND MAY REQUIRE...Very Good- 0870703587. THIS ITEM IS LARGE/HEAVY AND MAY REQUIRE EXTRA SHIPPING FOR INTERNATIONAL OR EXPEDITED DELIVERY; used paperback. light shelfwear; corners/edges are lightly bumped and rubbed. binding and pages remain straight and solid. no marks to text or images. cover wraps are lightly scuffed with a few mild small but heavy bumps yet covers remain glossy. page edges are lightly scuffed and mildly smudged.; 11.10 X 10 X 1.30 inches; 340 pages.
Description:Near Fine Plus. Exhibition Catalogue. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall....Near Fine Plus. Exhibition Catalogue. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Soft cover. no flaws, clean and bright, no writing or markings, strong binding, no tears, bumps, or chips.; english text.; 340pp., 138 color illustrations, 165 duotones. essay. interview with the artist. catalogue and reference material. comprehensive retrospective.
Description:Richter, Gerhard. Fine. Foreword by Glenn D. Lowry. Extensively...Richter, Gerhard. Fine. Foreword by Glenn D. Lowry. Extensively illustrated in color and black & white. 340pp., square 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, (2002). A fine copy.
Description:[0-87070-358-7] 2002, 1st Paperback Edition. () Fine. 340pp....[0-87070-358-7] 2002, 1st Paperback Edition. () Fine. 340pp. Quarto with illustrated wrappers. Yellow lettering on front and spine. Many B&W and colour illustrations and B&W photos throughout and one fold out illustration. Published along with the 2002 exhibition in New York, said to be the most comprehensive exbhition on Richter in the United States. Richter is the top-selling living artist, and as recently as May 2013 sold one of his works for over $37 million. He is known for his photo-realistic paintings as well as his inadherence to a single style.
Description:Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. Hardcover. MEDIA MAIL ONLY, NO...Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. Hardcover. MEDIA MAIL ONLY, NO INTERNATIONAL or PRIORITY. Small DJ corner tear. Overall, a clean and tight copy to add to a collection or read and enjoy. Museum of Modern Art, 2002. Fine Book in Near Fine Dust Jacket. Dust Jacket protected with a new archival cover. Bubble wrapped and shipped promptly in a box.
Description:VG+/VG+ Published on the occasion of the 2002 exhibition of the...VG+/VG+ Published on the occasion of the 2002 exhibition of the same title curated by Robert Storr, at The Museum of Modern Art, New York (also appearing at The Art Institute of Chicago, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC). From the publisher: "Ranging from photo-based pictures to gestural abstraction, Gerhard Richter's diverse body of work calls into question many widely held attitudes about the inherent importance of stylistic consistency, the "natural" evolution of individual artistic sensibility, the spontaneous component of creativity, and the relationship of technological means and mass media imagery to traditional studio methods and formats. Unlike many of his peers, he has explored these issues through the medium of painting, challenging it to meet the demands posed by new forms of conceptual art. In every level of his varied output--from his austere photo-based realism of the early 60s, to his brightly colored gestural abstractions of the early 80s, to his startling cycle of black-and-white paintings of the Baader-Meinhof group--Richter has assumed a critical distance from vanguardists and conservatives alike regarding what painting should be. The result has been among the most convincing renewal of painting's vitality to be found in late 20th-and early 21st-century art. With an extensive and insightful critical essay by curator Robert Storr, a recent interview with the artist, a chronology, an exhibition history. Grey cloth with color pictorial dustjacket. with 340 pp., 87 bw and 138 color plates;
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