Very Good paperback. Light shelfwear to the exterior includes minor rubbing to the edges and light skinning to the rear panel. Pages, text, and numerous B&W and color images are clean and bright. Overall, a handsome copy. 83 pp.
(JOHNSON, RAY). Wilson, William S. & Mary Emma Harris. Foreword by Mary Holden. BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE DOSSIERS NO. 4: RAY JOHNSON-SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM THE AUTHOR. Signed Presentation Copy from the Author. Asheville, NC: Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center, 1997. First Edition. 8vo. Pictorial Self-Wrappers. Artist Monograph. Near Fine. 83pp, profusely illustrated in color and b&w. Designed by John Jicha. With an exhibition checklist. This is the elegant catalogue issued in conjunction with a 1997 survey exhibition of collages and works on paper by the idiosyncratic late Fluxus and Correspondence Art titan-not to mention the enigmatic subject of the great documentary film "How to Draw a Bunny"-Ray Johnson. A handsome example of this co-publication of the Black Mountain College (Johnson's Alma Mater) Museum and Arts Center and the Asheville Art Museum additionally bearing the SIGNED PRESENTATION "for.../-Bill Wilson" in black ink from the author on the front free endpaper showing just a touch of light foxing to the extremities. 0-9649020-4-4 Inventory Number: 025143.
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