Good. Quarto. Hardcover Cloth. 1969. Ex-Library with the usual treatments. Text in English 240 pp. Bound in original green publisher's cloth. Cover shows a mild amount of wear and soiling. Interior text and images are clean throughout. Binding is solid. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Good. No Jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. First US paperback edition. Softcover. Condition: Good, covers have general light shelfwear, with light creasing to spine and rear cover corners. The pages of the book are lightly browned throughout. Previous owners name and the date 1971 on the half-title. Binding sound. 240pp. Many b/w illustrations. This ground-breaking book by Germano Celant who coined the term Arte Povera includes a short text on each artist followed by b/w images of their work. Amongst others, the artists mentioned include Giovanni Anselmo, Barry Flanagan, Joseph Kosuth, Bruce Nauman, Joseph Beuys and Richard Long.
GOOD. JACKET: VERY GOOD DJ. 9 1/4 X 8 3/8. General wear. Bookplate on front inside cover. Discard stamp on front and back free end pages. Foxing to pages. Black and white illustrations. Library card pocket removed from back free end page. _PAB_
Very Good+ hardcover in green boards. Light shelf wear to the exterior, primarily to the spine ends. Red mark to the bottom page ends. Small pen marks to the table of contents, otherwise the text and illustrations are clean and bright. 240 pp.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall An early survey of conceptual / process art including work by Walter de Maria, Michelangelo Pistello, Joseph Beuys, Lawrence Weiner, Bruce Nauman, Eva Hesse, Robert Morris, Richard Serra, and others. Pages toned, as usual with this book. The dust jacket has a horizontal black label affixed to the front panel reading "Earthworks. Impossible Art. Actual Art. Conceptual Art". Probably added to some copies to further define the book's subject matter. A very nice copy-clean and unmarked.
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Hardcover. 4to. Praeger Publishers, Inc. New York. 1969. 240 pgs. First Edition/First Printing. DJ in VG shape with light shelf-wear present to the DJ. No ownership marks present. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards clean with no wear present. Photos sent upon request. Bx-135; 4to 11"-13" tall; 240 pages.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 240 pages. Near square format hardcover, bound in green cloth covered boards and wrapped in a pictorially printed paper dustjacket. Corners are lightly bumped, pageblock is tanned consistent with the paper and age. Dustjacket has been price clipped, with some wear, chipping with small losses and closed tears, although now encased in a Mylar sleeve. Otherwise, the binding is tight and solid, with a clean interior free of any observable markings. Text in English. Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of black and white photographic illustrations. An early, yet still seminal and key book that explores this fascinating period of art by artists as varied as Bruce Nauman, Walter De Maria, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Richard Long, Mario Merz, Douglas Huebler, Joseph Beuys, Eva Hesse, Jannis Kounellis, Lawrence Weiner, Joseph Kosuth, Barry Flanagan, Giuseppe Penoni, and many others. "The book is a precarious and contingent document and lives hazardously in an uncertain artistic-social situation."
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