Title: Artforum : Volume X, Number 2, October, 1971
Publisher: Charles Cowles, New York
Publication Date: 1971
Binding: Illustrated Wraps
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: Art Magazine
94 pp. Illustrated in b/w throughout with some colour. Contents include : "Halequins, Saltimbanques, Clowns, and Fools" - Theodore Reff. "Picasso : Drawing as if to Possess" - Leo Steinberg. "Sonsbeek : Speculations, Impressions" - Kasha Linville. "Quality in Louis" - Barbara Rose. "The Art & Technology Exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum (Two Views) : Corporate Art" - Jack Burnham. "The Multi-Million Dollar Art Boondoggle" - Max Kozloff. "Keith Sonnier at the Modern" - Kenneth Baker. "Anglo-American Standard Reference Works : Acute Conceptualism" - Robert P:incus-Whitten. Also includes reviews of exhibitions in Los Angeles and letters to the editor.Internally clean without marks or additions. Faint age toning at the extremities. Sound stapled binding. Colour illustrated wraps are slightly shelf and edge worn otherwise in very good condition. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 008345
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