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First edition. Hardcover. 164 pages. Exhibition catalog for a show that ran March 12 through June 8, 2004. Preface by Ronald S. Lauder. Foreword by Renee Price, Essays by Peter-Klaus Schuster, Roland Marz, Olaf Peters, Anke Daemgen, and Andrea Hollmann. Includes 127 illustrations with 45 in color. A very near fine copy in a very good plus dust jacket with some minor wear.
Fine in Very Good- jacket. Hardcover with dust jacket. First Edition. 1st printing (no later printings indicated). Clean and tight. No markings. Faint scratch on the front of the dust jacket, otherwise fine. Ships in a box. Ships from NYC.
Fine in fine jacket. Contributions from Peter-Klaus Schuster, Roland Marz, Olaf Peters, Anke Daemgen and Andrea Hollmann. 127 illustrations, 45 in color, 164pp, 4to, cloth. New York: Neue Galerie, 2004. Fine in a fine dust jacket. Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Aracadia and Metropolis: Masterworks of German Expressionism From the NationalGalerie Berlin. Neue Galerie New York, 12 March-8 June 2004.
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