First edition. Softcover. 58 pages. Text by Laura Rosenstock. Includes 33 color and 14 black and white illustrations. An about very good ex library copy that has some minor markings but is otherwise a clean and solid reference copy.
VG. Green & illus. wraps. 57 pp. 8 bw, 38 color plates. Issued in conjunction with a 1989 exhibition of sculptures rendered by American sculptor Christopher Wilmarth (1943-1987). With an illustrated essay, and a catalogue that lists 39 works. Includes a chronology, exhibition history, and selected bibliography. Excellent plates. A nice introduction to an artist you may not know.
Very Good with no dust jacket; Covers lightly sunned. 0870706446. 15 b/w illustrations and 33 color illustrations. Includes chronology, bibliography and list of artist exhibitions. Published on the occasion of a show of the late Wilmarth's work at MOMA. "The American sculptor Christopher Wilmarth fashioned his structures out of massive industrial materials, but his true medium, and the source of his sculptures' haunting lyricality was light-light captured, reflected, and diffused by glass." (from rear cover).; 58 pages.
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