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17 Color & b/w Illustrations (chiefly Color photographs) Near Fine. Madrid, Spain: Galeria Soledad Lorenzo. 1993. F First Edition. S Paperback. Near Fine. Slight rubbing to wrappers (chiefly to extremities); slight bumping to upper right corners; else a near fine copy internally. 52,  pages. Text in Spanish and English. Catalogue of the exhibition at Galeria Soledad Lorenzo, April-May 1993. Main essay by Power; includes biographical chronology at rear. Uncommon.
New in New jacket. 8.5 x 11.5 Inches. New, no markings. 140 pages, 110 color and b/w ills. American painter, sculptor and printmaker Eric Fischl (born 1948) is internationally known for his unusual nude paintings, featuring couples and families, which explore tensions between sexuality and power. Many of his works specifically address coming-of-age moments, blossoming sexual awareness and voyeurism--the paintings "Bad Boy" (1981) and "Birthday Boy" (1983) both depict young boys looking at older women in provocative poses on a bed. A charged, oppressive sexual atmosphere often permeates his scenes and overshadows the relationships depicted. In contrast to the bizarre and often unsettling content of his work is Fischl's bright color palette, with its lurid deep yellow and red tones. This catalogue focuses on Fischl's graphic work, showing a cross-section of his substantial printoeuvre. Also included is an interview by Lawrence Weschler.
13 Color Illustrations; title Page (brown/black) Near Fine. [London]: Gagosian Gallery. 2000. F First Edition. S Paperback. Near Fine. Slight rubbing to wrappers (chiefly to extremities); previous owner's rubberstamp opposite title page; else a near fine copy internally.  pages (unpaginated). Catalogue of the exhibition of oils and watercolors in the artist's series, 1999-2000, held at Gagosian's London branch, June-July 2000. Main essay by Tuten; includes biographical chronology (with bibliographical references). Provenance: From the library of photographer Ralph Gibson, with his rubberstamped "Ex Libris" opposite title page; additional relevant material (including brochure of the exhibition, with 1 color reproduction) present.
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