Very good. Splendid paperback copy-unmarked, bright and clean with uncreased spine. Tiny scrapes on front. Suitable for a gift. Shipping from North Carolina. Enjoy reading with a real book in your hands.
VG. Wraps. 95 pp. 41 bw, 62 color plates. This exhibition includes works drawn from the museum's own collections. Introductory essay (Modernism and the Teaching of Art at Phillips Academy, 66 pages) by Jock Reynolds. Includes a valuable exhibition chronology of Contemporary and Abstract Exhibitions at the Addison from 1931-1991. Lists appx. 180 works by over 100 artists. A terrific catalogue for what must have been a great exhibition.
Near Fine. 96 pages. Softcover oblong format catalogue, bound with stiff illustrated paper covers. Light rubbing to the covers and edges, and a paper clip impression to the top edge of the front cover. Otherwise, the book is in fine condition with tight binding and clean interior free of markings. Published in conjunction with the exhibition held from April 18-July 31, 1991, featuring works by Frank Stella, Hans Hofmann, Jackson Pollock, Georgia O'Keeffe, Ellsworth Kelly, Brice Marden, Mel Kendrick, John Newman, and many others.
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