Title: Artforum : Volume III, Number 7, April, 1965
Publisher: John Irwin, San Francisco
Publication Date: 1965
Binding: Illustrated Wraps
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Art Magazine.
54 pp. Profusely illustrated in b/w. Contents include : Reviews of west coast museum and commercial gallery exhibitions. "An Interview with Allen Jones" - John Coplans. "The Commissioned Object" - Curt Oplinger. "Four Drawings : Claes Oldenburg. "Larry Poons" - Max Kozloff. "Beyond Vertigo : Optical Art at the Modern" - Barbara Rose. "The Visual Revolution of Structurist Art" - Charles Biederman. Also in this issue : News & Announcements, Auction Calendar and gallery advertising. Internally clean without marks or additions. Age toning at the extremities. Sound stapled binding. Colour illustrated wraps are shelf and edge worn with surface rubbing on both panels. Minor 1 cm creased tear to the foredge of the front panel and minor paper wear to the foredge. Bent tip at the head corner of the front panel and po initials in ink at the spine corner. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 008333
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