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American Arts Quarterly, Winter 2010, Volume 27, Number 1, Cooper, James F. (editor)
21 American Arts Quarterly, Winter 2010, Volume 27, Number 1 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2010 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear to cover. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 65 pages; color and black-and-white photos. Language: English. Cover: 'Idle Musing' by Ilya Zomb. Essays include The Unbearable Vacuum of Kitsch, by James F. Cooper. Beauty as Symmetry (Part I): The Education of Vitruvius' Architect and Raphael's Stanza della Segnatura, by Robert E. Proctor. Classicism and Language in Architecture, by C.W. Westfall. Living With the Past: Artists in Nineteenth-Century Rome, by Gail Leggio. Art, Nature And Human Nature, by Frederick Turner. The Remarkable Unremarkable Meter of Timothy Steele, by James Matthew Wilson. Exhibitions: A Figural Presence; Akio Takamori; Kirill Doron, Olga Antonova, Janet Rickus, Daniel Greene; Ilya Zomb; Israel Hershberg; Sonya Sklaroff. Poetry by Aaron Poochigian. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary, realism. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Winter 2013, Volume 30, Number 1, Cooper, James F. (editor)
22 American Arts Quarterly, Winter 2013, Volume 30, Number 1 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2013 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear to cover. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 59 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: 'Girl in the Red Dress' by Ammi Phillips. Essays include The Hudson River School and the History of a Museum, by James F. Cooper. The Doors of Perception, by Frederick Turner. The Barnes Foundation: An Artful Resolution, by David Masello. Angels and Tomboys: Picturing the American Girl, by Gail Leggio. Beauty and Proportionality in Architecture, by C.W. Westfall. Exhibitions: Vital Realism: Ferdinand Hodler's Figures, Landscapes and Portraits; Zero Weather; Michaelangelo's Drawings. Book Reviews. Poetry by Billy Collins, Susan de Sola, Dick Davis. Keywords: art history, art, artists, realism. No ISBN. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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American Arts Quarterly, Winter 2014, Volume 31, Number 1, Cooper, James F. (editor)
23 American Arts Quarterly, Winter 2014, Volume 31, Number 1 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Slim softcover periodical published 2014 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 65 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: 'Therese,' by Balthus. Essays include The 1913 Armory Show: The Rise and Fall of American Modernism, by James F. Cooper. Reflection Was the Real Intensity: George Inness Paintings at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, by Adrienne Baxter Bell. David D'Angers and the Making of the Modern Monument, by Meredith Bergmann. Mighty Mannerists: Hendrick Goltzius and the Haarlem 'Academy', by Donald Kuspit. Americans at Leisure: The Art of Edward Henry Potthast, by Stephen May. Balthus, King of Cats, by Gail Leggio. The Paradox of the Portrait, by Frederick Turner. Book Reviews. Exhibitions: Industrial Sublime. Poetry by Ned Balbo, Kate Light, Leslie Monsour. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary, modern, realism, figurative. No ISBN. 
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American Arts Quarterly, Winter 2015, Volume 32, Number 1, Cooper, James F. (editor)
24 American Arts Quarterly, Winter 2015, Volume 32, Number 1 Cooper, James F. (editor)
Paperback. Like new. 
Slim softcover periodical published 2015 by the Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. 54 pages; color photos. Language: English. Cover: 'The Bronze Horses of San Marco [detail],' by Charles Caryl Coleman. Essays include Glorious Victorian Art at Yale, by James F. Cooper. Realms of Realism: A General Theory, by Donald Kuspit. The Art of the Peacock, by Gail Leggio. Reconstruction and Commemoration, by Lucien Steil. Charles Caryl Coleman: Transnational American Artist, by Adrienne Baxter Bell. Book Review by Nicholas Mancusi. Poetry by Daniel Brown, Rob Griffith, Mary Meriam. Exhibitions: Santiago Cal, William Beckman, Giovanni Battista Piranesi. Keywords: art history, art, artists, contemporary, modern, 19th century, realism, painting. No ISBN. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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American Furniture, Folk Art and Decorative Arts - Saturday, October 19, 1991, Christie's
25 American Furniture, Folk Art and Decorative Arts - Saturday, October 19, 1991 Christie's
Very Good. 
Paperback. Softcover auction catalogue published 1991 by Christie's, NY. Only light wear, light scratches to cover. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight; spine uncreased. 133 pages; color and black-and-white photos. Language: English. Cover shows 'Portrait of Hattie Elizabeth, Ellis and Eva Flye' by William Matthew Prior. Auction enquiry number Mulliken-7368. Does NOT include prices realized. 213 lots, including samplers, oil paintings, watercolors, weathervanes, textiles, quilts, stoneware, trade signs, millweights, chairs, tables, chests of drawers, mirrors, and more. From the collections of Mrs. George Arden, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Beal, Mr. and Mrs. William Richmond, Mr. Thomas Saltonstall; and from the estates of Mary and Lester Atwood, Katherine Dana, Francis R. Menefee, Victor Spark, Wendell K. Walker, Mrs. John Wright. Keywords: catalog, Early American, colonial, primitive, art history, artist, art market, 1990s. No ISBN. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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American Quilts and Coverlets in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Peck, Amelia
26 American Quilts and Coverlets in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Peck, Amelia
0870995928 / 9780870995927 Acceptable. 
Hardcover. Large 'coffee-table' hardcover with dustjacket, 2nd printing published 1991 by The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Dutton Studio Books. FORMER LIBRARY BOOK with card pocket, date slip, discard inkstamp, and library inkstamp on top page edge; rubbing to jacket. Otherwise, has only moderate wear. Text clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight. Great reading/research copy. 264 pages; Index; Bibliography; 231 illustrations (95 in color). Language: English. NOTE: Large format-- cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; requires additional international postage. '[I]ncludes many little-known masterpieces of the genre that transcend the category of domestic craft and are works of fine art in their own right. ... [P]resents the entire collection of 119 quilts and coverlets in the Museum's possession'. -- from jacket flap. Catalogue to accompany the 1990-91 exhibition. Keywords: art history, quilting, quilter, textile, American wing, bed covering, sewing, needlework, catalog. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Appearance and Reality: Recent Studies in Conservation (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1997/98, Volume LV, No. 3), Hendrix, Elizabeth; Schorsch, Deborah; Frantz, James H.; et al.
27 Appearance and Reality: Recent Studies in Conservation (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1997/98, Volume LV, No. 3) Hendrix, Elizabeth; Schorsch, Deborah; Frantz, James H.; et al.
Very Good. 
Paperback. Periodical 1998 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. Softcover with stapled binding; 11 x 8.5 inches. Glossy pictorial cover; 56 pages; color and black-and-white photos; Notes. Language: English. Director's Note by Philippe de Montebello. Foreword by James H. Frantz. Essays: 'Painted Ladies of the Early Bronze Age,' 'A Tale of Two Kitties,' 'Statue of an Old Woman: A Case Study in the Effects of Restorations on the Visual Aspect of Sculpture,' 'A Standing Virgin at The Cloisters: The Conservation and Restoration of a Medieval Alabaster,' 'The Fonthill Ewer: Reconstructing the Renaissance.' Contributors: Elizabeth Hendrix, Deborah Schorsch, James H. Frantz, Dorothy H. Abramitis, Michele Marincola, Richard E. Stone. Keywords: art history, conservator, restorer, cleaning, process, processes, object, aging, taste, archaeology, authenticity, Egyptian, bronze, cat, Cyclades, Cycladic, female, figure, statue. No ISBN. [code J] 
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Appearance and Reality: Recent Studies in Conservation (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1997/98, Volume LV, No. 3), Hendrix, Elizabeth; Schorsch, Deborah; Frantz, James H.; et al.
28 Appearance and Reality: Recent Studies in Conservation (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Winter 1997/98, Volume LV, No. 3) Hendrix, Elizabeth; Schorsch, Deborah; Frantz, James H.; et al.
Very Good. 
Paperback. Periodical 1998 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Only light wear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight. Softcover with stapled binding; 11 x 8.5 inches. Glossy pictorial cover; 56 pages; color and black-and-white photos; Notes. Language: English. Director's Note by Philippe de Montebello. Foreword by James H. Frantz. Essays: 'Painted Ladies of the Early Bronze Age,' 'A Tale of Two Kitties,' 'Statue of an Old Woman: A Case Study in the Effects of Restorations on the Visual Aspect of Sculpture,' 'A Standing Virgin at The Cloisters: The Conservation and Restoration of a Medieval Alabaster,' 'The Fonthill Ewer: Reconstructing the Renaissance.' Contributors: Elizabeth Hendrix, Deborah Schorsch, James H. Frantz, Dorothy H. Abramitis, Michele Marincola, Richard E. Stone. Keywords: art history, conservator, restorer, cleaning, process, processes, object, aging, taste, archaeology, authenticity, Egyptian, bronze, cat, Cyclades, Cycladic, female, figure, statue. No ISBN. [Brainiac Books] 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Ars Vitraria: Glass in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 2001, Volume LIX, No. 1), Carboni, Stefano (contributor); et al.
29 Ars Vitraria: Glass in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Summer 2001, Volume LIX, No. 1) Carboni, Stefano (contributor); et al.
Very Good. 
Paperback. Periodical 2001 The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Softcover with stapled binding; 11 x 8.5 inches. Light wear to cover. Very clean; no marks or deep creases; pages bright; binding tight. Glossy pictorial cover; 68 pages; color and black-and-white photos. Director's Note by Philippe de Montebello. An overview of fine glass objects in the Met's collection in departments ranging from Ancient Near Eastern Art to Modern Art. Text by various curators. Produced in conjunction with the exhibition 'Glass of the Sultans,' a collaboration with the Corning Museum of Glass. Language: English. Keywords: art history, glassmaking, glassblowing, vitreous, blown, antique, craft, artisan, decorative arts, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Asian, Islamic, Medieval, bowl, bottle, goblet, vase, stained. No ISBN. [code J] 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Art, Bell, Clive
30 Art Bell, Clive
Acceptable. 
Paperback. Slim mass-market paperback reprint, published 1958 by Capricorn Books. Heavy wear: creases to cover corners; general grubbiness; light age-tanning to pages. No marks in text. Good reading/research copy only. 190 pages. Includes Preface to the 1948 new edition. Language: English. Cover design by Leonard Baskin. Keywords: art criticism, critic, theory, art history, aesthetics, Bloomsbury Group, visual art, formalism, significant form. No ISBN. 
Price: 8.00 USD
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Art and Confrontation: The Arts in an Age of Change, Cassou, Jean (editor)
31 Art and Confrontation: The Arts in an Age of Change Cassou, Jean (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Paperback 1968 New York Graphic Society. Clean and unmarked; 1 dog-eared page; creased spine; age discoloration; rubbing. 9 essays by 9 authors. Language: English (translated from the French). Black-and-white photos. 
Price: 8.50 USD
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Art Guide: Directing the World's Fair Visitor to the Better Known Art Centers of New York City, Peterson, A. Everett (editor)
32 Art Guide: Directing the World's Fair Visitor to the Better Known Art Centers of New York City Peterson, A. Everett (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Softcover published 1939 by the Art Commission of the City of New York in cooperation with the New York World's Fair 1939. Noticeable wear to the edges of the stiff card cover wraps, with creasing, many tiny rips, and frayed corners. Inside is like new: clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight. 65 pages; black-and-white photos; fold-out map. Language: English. Foreword by Ernest Peixotto. 10.25 x 8.25 in. '[T]he Art Commission has requested the Director of each of the city's principal museums to contribute a concise account of his own institution, indicating its chief claims to distinction and particularly its special activities during the period of the World's Fair.'--p. 6. Includes Metropolitan Museum, Cloisters, Museum of American Indian / Heye Foundation, Hispanic Society of America, Museum of American Numismatic Society, American Academy of Arts and Letters, Museum of the City of New York, American Museum of Natural History, New York Historical Society, National Academy, Museum of Modern Art, New York Public Library, Pierpont Morgan Library, Whitney Museum of American Art, City Hall, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Children's Museum, and Staten Island Institute of Arts and Sciences. Plus: Monuments, Sculpture, and Mural Paintings. Keywords: guidebook, memorabilia, paper ephemera. No ISBN. 
Price: 26.00 USD
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Art in America magazine, February 2009, Vetrocq, Marcia E. (editor)
33 Art in America magazine, February 2009 Vetrocq, Marcia E. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Softcover monthly periodical, published Feb. 2009 by Brant Publications, NY. Light wear; no marks or deep creases. 152 pages; color photos; advertisements. Language: English. Cover shows 'John Simon Beverley Ritchie (Sid)', by Elizabeth Peyton. Contents: Terry Winters: An Interview, by Nancy Princenthal. Beautiful People, by Nadia Tscherny, re Elizabeth Peyton. On Italian Walls, by Martin Friedman, re Sol LeWitt's wall drawings. Mirror to a World Gone Awry, by Jan Ernst Aldmann, re Alfred Kubin's drawings. Focus: The New Real, including Photoids, by Peter Plagens, re truth and the Photography on Photography show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Da Vinci Clone, by Susan Tallman, re high-resolution 3-D reproduction; and California Dreaming, by Aaron Betsky, re Arts and Architecture magazine. Plus reviews, news, letters. Keywords: contemporary art, art history, criticism, art magazines. No ISBN. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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Art in America magazine, January 2007, Baker, Elizabeth C. (editor)
34 Art in America magazine, January 2007 Baker, Elizabeth C. (editor)
Very Good. 
Paperback. Softcover monthly periodical, published January 2007 by Brant Art Publications, NY. Light-to-average cover wear; small crescent creases. No marks; pages bright; binding tight. 176 pages; color photos; advertisements. Language: English. Cover shows detail of 'Those Sticks' by Jennifer Bartlett. Contents: The Death of an Emperor, by Raphael Rubinstein, re exhibition of Manet's Maximillian works at MOMA. Bartlett Shows Her Colors, by Vincent Katz, re Jennifer Bartlett's paintings. Living in a Devil Town, by Faye Hirsch, re outsider drawings of Daniel Johnston. Fontana's Visible Cities, by Marcia E. Vetrocq, re Luco Fantana's artistic tribute to Venice and New York. An Iconography of Torture, by Eleanor Heartney, re Fernando Botero's Abu Ghraib series. Dowell's Drive-By Abstraction, by Michael Duncan, re California artist Roy Dowell. Plus reviews, news, letters. Keywords: contemporary art, art history, criticism, art world. No ISBN. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Art in America magazine, March 2009, Vetrocq, Marcia E. (editor)
35 Art in America magazine, March 2009 Vetrocq, Marcia E. (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Softcover monthly periodical, published March 2009 by Brant Publications, NY. Light-to-average cover wear; small creases. No marks; pages bright; binding tight. 176 pages; color photos; advertisements. Language: English. Cover shows 'Transformation/Desert Station' by Kamrooz Aram. Contents: Michael Borremans: An Interview, by David Coggins. Dystopia Man (re first U.S. museum survey for Tetsumi Kudo), by Ryan Holmberg. 'I Object': Hannah Wilke's Feminism, by Anna C. Chave. Uneasy Delights (re paintings of Kamrooz Aram), by Gary Indiana. The Good Mood Side (re Martin Kippenberger retrospective), by Melissa E. Feldman. Plus reviews, news, letters. Keywords: contemporary art, art history, criticism, art world. No ISBN. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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Art Lessons: Learning from the Rise and Fall of Public Arts Funding, Marquis, Alice Goldfarb
36 Art Lessons: Learning from the Rise and Fall of Public Arts Funding Marquis, Alice Goldfarb
Good. 
Hardcover. 1st edition hardcover with dustjacket 1995 HarperCollins. REMANDER MARK at bottom edge. Very clean; pages bright; binding tight; never read. Light edgewear to jacket. 304pp, Index, Notes. Language: English. NOTE: Large size; cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope. 'Marquis characterizes the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) as a cultural bureaucracy dominated by powerful interests--corporate arts patrons, state and local arts councils, unions, advocates for various disciplines. In a lively, slashing history of public arts funding in the U.S. from the end of WWII to the present, she finds that Americans venerate the arts... even though they seldom attend or participate. Highbrow arts institutions, knowing they can depend on NEA grants and wealthy donors, cling timidly to tradition, in her analysis. Meanwhile, the relatively small amounts spent on the cutting edge support a vested avant-garde mainstream of generally baffling, boring or repellent works, according to Marquis. She spells out a revolutionary blueprint for democratizing public support for the arts....'--Publishers Weekly, 1995. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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Art School: An Homage to the Masters, Deem, George
37 Art School: An Homage to the Masters Deem, George
0811804143 / 9780811804141 Good. 
Hardcover. 1st edition, small (6.25 x 5.25 inches) hardcover book with dustjacket 1993 Chronicle Books. Wear to jacket: back has light creases and a small puncture. Very clean; no marks; pages bright; binding tight. 64 pages. Language: English. Cover shows Deem's 'School of Modigliani'. Foreword by John W. Streetman III. Introduction by Irene McManus. 'In a sophisticated twist that pokes gentle fun at the notion of schools of art, Deem creates imaginary classrooms for Matisse, Degas, Rembrandt, and other great masters--with hilarious results. In all, 38 famous painters have their work recast in this irreverent revision.'--from the publisher. Published in conjunction with a 1993-1994 touring exhibition, 'School of....', organized by Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, which traveled to Samuel P. Harm Museum of Art, Mitchell Museum of Art, Polk Museum of Art, Indiana State Museum, and Wichita Center for the Arts. Keywords: fine art, humor, parodies, art history. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Art Students League 1984-1985 110th Session, Art Students League of New York
38 Art Students League 1984-1985 110th Session Art Students League of New York
Good. 
Paperback. Softcover with stapled binding, published 1984 by the Art Students League of New York. Notceable wear: light crease and faint dampstain to front cover. Text clean and unmarked; pages bright; binding tight. Good reading/research copy. 96 pages; black-and-white photos. Language: English. Schedule of classes, lectures, and fees; one-page biography for each instructor; brief history of the school; lists of past and present instructors, lecturers, and some former students; samples of works by instructors and students. Among the then-current faculty: Richard Pousette-Dart, Frank Mason, Knox Martin, Hughie Lee-Smith, Harvey Dinnerstein. Keywords: fine art, instruction, art school, catalog, catalogue, teaching, teacher, art history, education, painting, drawing, figurative, realism, graphics, sculpture, illustration, New York City, 1980s. No ISBN. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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Batik Design, Van Roojen, Pepin
39 Batik Design Van Roojen, Pepin
Very Good. 
Paperback. Oversize softcover reprint of revised edition 2001 The Pepin Press, Amsterdam. Only a hint of store shelfwear. Very clean; no marks or creases; pages bright; binding tight; appears unread. 192 pages; Index; Bibliography; Glossary; color and black-and-white photos. Language: English. NOTE: Large format-- cannot ship outside U.S. via Flat-Rate envelope; may require additional international postage. 'Indonesian batik receives a comprehensive overview in this careful work by an avid collector, student of Asian culture, and publisher of Dutch books on the subject. Van Roojen provides a basic explanation of batik techniques and terminology, the historical development of Indonesian batik, and a survey of local styles from every region of Malaysia. The book is generously illustrated with appealing color examples of batik cloth and black-and-white photographs that show both historical and contemporary wearing and production of batik clothing. This work will not be useful to people who want instruction in making batiks, except insofar as they are interested in looking at authentic Indonesian designs. Because of its comprehensiveness and specialized subject matter, this book will be of most value to scholars, collectors, and specialists. Interested general readers may also be attracted by the illustrations, and should find the text accessible with the help of the glossary.'--Kathryn Wekselman, Library Journal, 1997. Keywords: textile, fabric, design, motif, pattern, art history, craft, dye. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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Beijing/New York: Chinese Artists: Works on Paper / Chinese Poets, Lane, Stephen (curator); MacKenzie, Ginny (editor)
40 Beijing/New York: Chinese Artists: Works on Paper / Chinese Poets Lane, Stephen (curator); MacKenzie, Ginny (editor)
Good. 
Paperback. Softcover published 1988 by the Sister City Program of the City of New York and Coyote Press. Average wear to card-stock covers. Clean and unmarked; binding tight. 93 pages; rather blurry black-and-white photos; Biographical Notes. Forewords by Stephen Lane and Ginny MacKenzie. Introductions by Fei Dawei and John Perreault. Language: English (poems translated from the Chinese). Artists: Qiu Bing, Shen Chen, Feng Guo Dong, Ma Gang, Liu Jian, Yi Jian Jun, Lu Ling, Ma Ke Lu, Chi Nai, Yuan Shun, You Si, Mi Qiu, Ah Xian, Gu De Xin; Ling Chun Yan. Poets: Gu Cheng, Bei Dao, Han Dong, Yan Yeu Jun, Mang Ke, Yang Ke, Bei Ling, Lu Lu, Lu Yi Min, Tang Ya Ping, Shu Ting, Zhang Ye. Keywords: exhibition, catalog, catalogue, art, poem, art history, artistic, cultural, exchange, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, 1990s. No ISBN. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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