Title: It is. 3. Winter-Spring 1959 : A Magazine ...
Publisher: Second Half Publishing Company Inc., New York
Publication Date: 1959
Binding: Illustrated Wraps
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Art Quarterly
80 pp. 2 colour plates. 24 b/w plates. 48 b/w in-text figures. Third issue of this quarterly art journal devoted to contemporary New York abstract artists of the late 1950s and early 1960s. Contributions include : "A Little Room for Feeling" - Hubert Crehan. "Face Front" - Sidney Geist. "Abstraction in Poetry" - Allen Ginsberg. " Editor of a Hearsay Panel" -Elaine deKooning. "Thoughts on the Dance" - Merle Marsicano. "Drawing" - Mercedes Matter. "Spontaneity" - George McNeil. "Manifesto-In-Progress III" - P. G. Pavia. and book reviews by John Stephan and May Natalie Tabak. Includes statements by Frank O'Hara, Thomas B. Hess, Paul Jenkins, Milton Resnick, William Ronald and Irving Sandler. Illustrations include colour reproductions of works by John Ferren, Robert Motherwell and Esteban Vicente. Internally clean without marks or additions but slightly age toned at the extremities. Sound binding. Colour illustrated wraps are lightly soiled, shelf and edge worn with some rubbing and pressure cracks to the spine edge. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 008124
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