VG. White & puce & color illus. wraps, 48 pp., BW & color illus. Issued in conjunction with several 1987-1988 exhibitions of work by six artists. "A significant number of artists working today have integrated photography with the other visual arts. [This exhibition] selects from this increasingly diverse group six artists from Europe and America: James Casebere (New York), Bruce Charlesworth (Minneapolis), Bernard Faucon (Paris), Ron O'Donnell (Edinburgh), Sandy Skoglund (New York), and Boyd Webb (London). Their images, although highly individualistic, share decidedly enigmatic, even surrealistic qualities, juxtaposing the real with the artificial and generating dreamlike states of mind." (p. 4).
First edition. Softcover. 48 pages. Exhibition catalog for a group show that ran September 20 through December 13, 1987 at the Walker Art Center and then January 29 through April 3, 1988 at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Marge Goldwater writes on James Casebere and Sandy Skoglund. Elizabeth Armstong writes on Bruce Charlesworth and Boyd Webb. Adam D. Weinberg writes on Bernard Faucon and Ron O'Donnell. Includes 24 color and black and white images along with small black and white photographs of each artist. A near fine copy in wrappers.
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