Very Good. 0500974209 National Gallery of Australia soft cover exhibition catalog, 1995. VG+, w/ clean text, tight binding, straight and uncreased spine. Light rubbing to wraps, very light edgewear. Free delivery confirmation.
x, 246p., statement, foreword, introduction, catalog, glossary, b&w and color illustrations, first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. A rather worn copy with ballpoint numerals on the half-title (used as scratchpad), and an un-get-offable label on the back cover (which we tried to get off).
Good. No DJ Issued. Pages: 246; Weight: 1lb 9oz; Size: 9.4" x 6.7" x 0.8". Minor edgewear and one corner crease on cover, spine is slightly cocked, a few scattered highlights and margin notes inside, otherwise clean, tight.
VG. Very good condition with light shelf wear to covers, small area of stain to lower page edges. No Jacket. pp. X, 246. 24 cm. Includes Illustrations. Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the National Gallery of Australia, 12 Nov. 1994-5 March 1995. Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Agony down under: Australian artists addressing AIDS / Ted Gott--Allan from Sadness. A monologue with slides / William Yang--Art from the pit: some reflections on monuments, memory and AIDS / Simon Watney--America: where angels don't...
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