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VG. Colored granite-look wraps with black lettering; 450 pp. profusely illustrated. A book of mostly images, with some text as part of the image or to accompany it; artistic text material is in various languages, with English translations at the back of the book, along with biographic material of each artist.
New. SHIP DAILY from NJ; GIFT-ABLE as NEW FIRST, fresh, NEAR NEW (shelf life: clear acrylic bottom back begins to separate from board) w/DJ VERY GOOD TO GOOD (shelving crease, remove for gifting) AS SHOWN THIS COVER. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. Heavy paper. Color illustrations. 416 p. 8175 8175--Orig Italian title: Inespressionismo, L'arte oltre il. Over 400 mostly color, some duotone, plates-noted Italian art critic Germano Celant spent close to 8 years working with close to 30 key artists from the movement he calls Unexpressionism and which focuses on the immediate, transcendent impact of images and designs-works by Jeff Koons, Robert Longo, Joseph Kosuth, Juan Muñoz, Peter Fischli, John M. Armleder and others-"The Marble Period", intro. essay by G. Celant-bios., showings and biblios. of the artists-index of illustrations and...
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