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Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Cloth, hardcover in dust jacket., only slight evidence of handling to exterior, strictly minor. clean, no writing or markings, no tears or clips, sturdy binding.; xxii-541pp., 9 color plates, 112 b/w figures.; author looks at the post-abstract expressionist 1960's american art world, focusing on frank stella, andy warhol, and robert smithson. interesting, well received work.
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