NF/As New. Illustrated ivory wraps; black lettering. 136 pp. Numerous bw plates. A very extensive scholarly analysis of Mallarmé, his influences, and his times, with essays by Jessica Keuskamp, Lynda Klich, Melissa de Medeiros, Lois K. Stainman, and Jeanine Parisier Plottel, as well as many others. From the exhibit held at Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, Feb. 16 to Mar. 20, 1999. Text in English.
Near Fine. NEAR FINE softcover catalog for the 16 February to 20 March 1999 exhibition at Huntter College in New York City. A clean, totally unmarked and firmly bound copy. Slight wear to edges of paper cover and tiny crease to top front cover corner; otherwise a fine, fresh copy. Includes five essays on art by Mallarme on art, plus over 20 essays by contributors. Illustrated with small black & white reproductions throughout. Chronology, Catalog of the exhibition, Bibliography and Index included. The exhibition, curated by Jane Mayo Roos, was devoted to Mallarme and his influence on artists of his time. 8-1/2 x 11". 136 pages.
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