Very good. Very slight yellowing towards edges of pages, inside back page stamped "exchange', otherwise excellent. Paperback, 8.5 " X 7.75". 64 pages, Full color and black and white illustrations throughout Printed to accompany the Focus Series Exhibition "Amy Adler" presented at Moca 1998-1999 Established in 1968, the Friends of Art Bookshop assists scholars in their research and creative activity, develops a community who support the visual arts, and creates a warm and nourishing space for interaction among all of these various communities in the heart of the Fine Arts Building at Indiana University. Most orders shipped same or next business day and include delivery confirmation!
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First Edition. First Edition(1998); squared small quarto; 64 pp (including numerous black and white and color photographs); Very Good stiff white and blue wraps; book is lightly sunned and rubbed with lightly bumped corners, very light soil; else clean tight copy Wraps.
64p., 7.75x8.75 inches, essay by Butler, b&w and color plates; two corner-tips are minutely turned, else very good trade paperback catalogue of the exhibition in white pictorial frenchfold wraps. Adler's process involves manipulation of photographs in Photoshop until they look like Naive paintings and then printing them out. Much work involving children and nudes of herself at 19. Lesbian and Gay sensibilities. Find, printed underneath the end-flaps, music and lyrics for the old chestnut "Once in Love With Amy"
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