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(SAAR, BETYE A14102)
Fullerton. California State University Art Gallery. BETYE SAAR: Resurrection -- Site Installations, 1977 to 1987. 36 pp., 12 illus. (including 10 full-page color plates), biog., bibliog., checklist. Intro. by Dextra Frankel; text by Lowery S. Sims. Small sq. 4to, stiff wraps, pictorial d.j. First ed. February 6-March 6, 1988. Fine/About fine. $37.50 [Order]

(SAAR, BETYE A14459)
HURSTON, ZORA NEALE and BETYE SAAR illus. Bookmarks in the Pages of Life. Six short stories by Zora Neale Hurston selected and illustrated with six original full-page serigraph prints by Betye Saar. Powerful complex collage images created in fabric and faded old photographs have been transferred under Saar's direction to beautifully silkscreened color and sepia-toned prints on hand-torn heavy Rosaspina paper (imbued with cinnamon bark), a paper also specially selected by the artist. Printed at Drexel Press. A perfect match of text and visual narrative on African-American identity. Numbered and SIGNED by Saar in the colophon. Small folio (16 1/4 x 12 1/4 inches), bound in dark brown half leather over a special binding of paper and cinnamon bark, in a clamshell box covered in coffee-colored raw silk with inset gilt-stamped leather spine label. Limited numbered ed. of 300. New York, Limited Editions Club, 2000. Mint, in mint box. $2,750.00 [Order]
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(SAAR, BETYE A19117)
SAAR, BETYE. National Racism: We Was Mostly 'Bout Survival (Signed original print). from Freedom or Slavery: The Paul Robeson Portfolio. 12-color print. Saar's image was originally painted on a washboard in her series Workers/Warriors: The Liberation of Aunt Jemima. Her image honors the labor and strength of the washerwoman, one step removed from slavery, and serves as a reminder that racism remains an enduring thread of our national fabric. 25 x 20 in. Limited edition of 100. Printed by Alliance Graphics, 1998. Fine. $1,100.00 [Order]

(SAAR, BETYE A17694)
SAAR, BETYE. Return to Dreamtime 1990 [Signed Intaglio silkscreen]. Brightly colored silkscreen and intaglio, printed to edges. Signed, dated and numbered in pencil along lower edge. Five-color print. Printer's mark blind stamped in lower right corner. On BFK Rives paper with watermark. No. 71 of the limited edition of 75. 29 1/4 x 22 3/8 inches. 1990. Fine bright impression, in mint condition. $1,850.00 [Order]
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(SAAR, BETYE A18675)
Savannah. College of Art and Design. BETYE SAAR: As Time Goes By. 32 pp. exhib. cat., 22 excellent color plates, notes, selected bibliog., checklist of 21 works from 1988-2000. Text by Judith Van Baron. 4to, stapled wraps, printed vellum cover. First ed. March 24-May 30, 2000. As new. $27.50 [Order]

Los Angeles. Wight Art Gallery, UCLA. Secrets, Dialogue, Revelation: The Art of BETYE and ALISON SAAR. 128 pp. (86 half-size) with 65 illus. (16 in color.). Ed. by Elizabeth Shepherd. Unique design to match this mother-daughter exhibition by two major African American women artists. Oblong 4to, spiral bound double catalogue. First ed. 1990. Fine. $70.00 [Order]

Hulten, Pontus. NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE. 309 pp., lavish illus. in color and b&w, chronol., extensive bibliog., including films by and about the artist, index, appendix. Text in English. The uncommon hardcover edition. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. Kunst-und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutchland and Gerd Hatje, 1992. Fine/Fine. $100.00 [Order]

Munich. Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung. NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE: Bilder, Figuren, Phantastische Garten. Ed. by Carla Schulz-Hoffmann. 160 pp., 194 illus. (including 68 excellent color plates). Excellent retrospective representation of De Saint Phalle's recent work. In German. 4to, cloth, d.j. Munich, Prestel, 1987. Fine/Fine. $100.00 [Order]

(SALERNO A19688)
Christoph, Frances. SALERNO Sculpture. 58 pp., 81 b&w illus., list of illus., biog. Intro. by Christoph. Gino Salerno was an American figure sculptor (b. Brooklyn, 1916) who worked in marble, stone and ivory. This appears to be the only book on his work. Published to accompany Salerno's solo show at the Weyhe Gallery in 1965. Small 4to, beige cloth, lettered in brown. New York: Weyhe Gallery, n.d. (1965). About fine. (Small abrasion on front pastedown). $17.00 [Order]

(SALOMON A15768)
SALOMON, CHARLOTTE and Judith Herzberg, intro. CHARLOTTE: Life or Theater? An Autobiographical Play by CHARLOTTE SALOMON. xvi pp. intro., 784 pp., 779 full-page color illus. The complete edition; a Catalogue Raisonne. Translated from the German by Leila Vennewitz. Charlotte Salomon (1917-1943) created this autobiography in pictures and words while in hiding as a young Jewish refugee in southern France. In 1943 she was arrested and deported to be killed at Auschwitz-Birkenau. Stout 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New York, Viking, 1981. About fine clean bright copy (faint dust soiling upper edge), in near fine dust jacket with slight wear to one cornertip and touch of crinkling at spine edge). $90.00 [Order]

(SALOMON A10526)
Straus, Emil. CHARLOTTE SALOMON 1917-1943. 80 full-page color illus. Intro. by Paul Tillich; brief text by Emil Straus. In Dutch. 4to, cloth, d.j. Amsterdam, Elsevier, 1963. Near-fine clean copy, in v.g.+ d.j. (rubbing along spine fold and edges, several closed tears, tiny chip.) $50.00 [Order]

(SARGENT, M A8247)
Moore, Honor. The White Blackbird: a life of the painter MARGARETT SARGENT. 371 pp., 8 color, 26 b&w illus., notes, index. Beautifully written biography of a American painter/sculptor of the 1920's-30's and a book about the personal cost of making art in American society. 8vo, 1/4 cloth, d.j. New York, Viking, 1996. Fine/Fine. (Pub. at $29.95). $18.00 [Order]

(SARGENT, M A17870)
New York. Berry-Hill Galleries. MARGARETT SARGENT. 40 pp. exhib. cat., 25 excellent quality color plates, 22 b&w illus. including frontis. photo of artist, checklist of 45 paintings and drawings. Text by Linda Nochlin. Important mini-retrospective of an important American figurative painter whose work has been all but neglected until her granddaughter's biography brought her long overdue recognition. 4to, stiff card covers. First ed. 1996. Fine. $25.00 [Order]

Wooster. College of Wooster. MIRIAM SCHAPIRO, A Retrospective: 1953-1980. 121 pp. exhib. cat., b&w and color illus., biog., chronol., exhibs., extensive bibliog. including writings, lectures by artist, films, videos. Text by T. Gouma-Peterson, Linda Nochlin, Norma Broude, and the artist. Small sq. 4to, wraps. Cover design by Schapiro. September 10-October 25, 1980. V.G.+ (mild rubbing spine edge and corners). $32.50 [Order]

Montclair. Montclair Art Museum. The Vanishing American Frontier: BERNARDA BRYSON SHAHN and her historical lithographs created for the Resettlement Administration of FDR. Unpag. (57 pp.) exhib. cat., 17 full page illus., 9 text illus., notes, bibliog. Text by Jake Milgram Wien. Oblong 4to, wraps. Ed. of 1750. 1995. Near-fine. $18.00 [Order]

(SHANGE A10709)
SHANGE, NTOZAKE. For Colored girls who have considered suicide/ when the rainbow is enuf. A Choreopoem. xvi, 64 pp. Author's important first book. 8vo, 1/4 cloth, d.j. First hardcover printing (follows 1975 Shameless Hussy Press ed.) New York, MacMillan, 1977. Fine/About fine. $35.00 [Order]

Medford. Tisch Gallery, Tufts University. The Life and Art of ESPHYR SLOBODKINA (Signed by artist). 78 pp. retrospective exhib. cat., 38 color plates, 37 b&w illus., chronol., bibliog. including artist's books. Texts by Gail Stavitsky and Elizabeth Wylie. The first in-depth examination of the work of this important member of the American Abstract Artists group who exhibited alongside David Smith, Byron Browne, Stuart Davis, and her husband Bolotowsky. Small oblong 4to, stiff wraps. First ed. 1992. About fine. $70.00 [Order]

(SLONE A5889)
Norton. Watson Gallery, Wheaton College. SANDI SLONE: A Retrospective Exhibition 1972-1981. 30 pp. retrospective exhib. cat., 5 b&w illus., 9 full-page color plates (including cover plates), biog., exhibs., bibliog. Extensive text; interview with artist by Carl Belz. Important contemporary abstractionist. Small sq. 4to, stapled wraps. Ltd. ed. 1981. Mint. $20.00 [Order]

(SLONE A5885)
Norton. Watson Gallery, Wheaton College. SANDI SLONE: A Retrospective Exhibition 1972-1981 (Signed by artist). 30 pp. retrospective exhib. cat., 5 b&w illus., 9 full-page color plates (including cover plates), biog., exhibs., bibliog. Extensive text; interview with artist by Carl Belz. Important contemporary abstractionist. Scarce. Small sq. 4to, stapled wraps. One of 40 numbered copies SIGNED by artist. 1981. Mint. $35.00 [Order]

Greenwich (CT). Greenwich Gallery. GLADYS NELSON SMITH (1890-1980): Fulfilled Dreams. Unpag. (12 pp.), 20 color plates. Brief text by Abby M. Taylor and Vincent Vallarino. White Kansas-born artist, graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago who lived and worked in the Washington, D.C. area for most of her life and painted many black subjects, portraits, landscapes and floral still lives. 4to, stapled pictorial wraps. First ed. 1998. Fine. $45.00 [Order]

SMITH, PATRICIA. Close to Death. Poems. 119 pp. Serious lyric poems by contemporary African American poet. 8vo, wraps. First ed. Cambridge, Zoland, 1993. Near fine clean attractive copy. $20.00 [Order]

(SPERO A10532)
Berlin. Haus am Waldsee and Bonner Kunstverein. NANCY SPERO: Bilder 1958-1990 (Signed copy). SIGNED by Nancy Spero. 87 pp. exhib. cat., well illus. with over 50 illus., approximately half are full-page color plates, checklist of 53 works, biog., exhibs., bibliog. Texts in German by Annelie Pohlen and Jon Bird. 4to, pictorial wraps. First ed. 1990. As new. $140.00 [Order]

(SPERO A17760)
Birmingham. Ikon Gallery. NANCY SPERO. 32 pp. exhib. cat., full-page color plates. Important text by Catherine De Zegher. Tall quarto, white printed and pictorial paper over boards. First ed. 1998. As new. $37.50 [Order]

(SPERO A15817)
GOLUB, LEON and NANCY SPERO. Notes in Time. Leon Golub: Violence Report. Nancy Spero: Notes in Time on Women. 48 pp. Curated and with an essay by Maurice Berger. Jo Anna Isaak; pref. David Yager. 8vo, cloth, d.j. Ed. of 750. Fine Arts Gallery, University of Maryland. 1995. Near fine, in near fine d.j. $60.00 [Order]

(SPERO A13563)
London. ICA and Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh. NANCY SPERO (Signed copy). INSCRIBED by artist with full signature. 71 pp. exhib. cat., 25 plates, most in color, plus over 25 marginal illus., chronol., biog., exhibs., bibliog. Texts by Spero, Lisa Ticknor, Jon Bird. Beautifully designed catalogue that perfectly captures the spirit of Spero's work. 4to, wraps., translucent pictorial jacket over pictorial covers. Cover design seemingly by Spero. First ed. Scarce. 1987. Near fine (spot of wrinkling to jacket). $150.00 [Order]

(SPERO A15819)
Paris. American Center and List Visual Arts Center, MIT, Cambridge. LEON GOLUB / NANCY SPERO: War and Memory, Guerre et memoire. 103 pp. exhib. cat., 55 color plates, some double-page, and b&w illus., checklist, biogs., bibliog. Text by Katy Kline and Helaine Posner. A joint retrospective exposing interesting parallels and differences in this couple's work. Extraordinarily revealing joint interview with both artists. Nicely printed catalogue. Dual lang. English / French. 4to, pictorial stiff self-wraps. First ed. 1994. Fine. $40.00 [Order]

(SPERO A16104)
SPERO, NANCY. NANCY SPERO Re-Birth of Venus (Signed copy). Unpag. (46 pp.), over 40 color plate images by Spero from her series Re-birth of Venus, drawn from a wide range of historic imagery and styles from cave paintings and aboriginal art to ancient Egyptian and other cultures. Brief intro. by Robert Storrs in English and Japanese. This copy SIGNED by Spero. 4to, laminated pictorial papered boards. First ed. Art At Random / Kyoto Shoin, 1991. About fine, bright copy (a few small faint indentations to covers). $130.00 [Order]

Ithaca. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. MAY STEVENS. 16 pp. exhib. cat., 9 illus. (1 in color), exhibs., awards, colls. Text by Lawrence Alloway. Stevens' early Pop art paintings will surprise an audience only familiar with her recent work.. Large sq. 8vo, stapled wraps. First ed. of 3000. 1973. Fine. $20.00 [Order]

(STOUT A18891)
SANTA BARBARA. University Art Museum. Dear Robert, I'll See You at the Crossroads: A Project by RENEE STOUT. 67 pp., 36 illus., 13 in color, biog., exhibs., bibliog. Texts by artist, George Lipsitz, Marla C. Berns. Mixed media sculpture installation of great complexity inspired by the story of Robert Johnson's meeting with the devil at the Crossroads, a vehicle through which the artist explores her Afro-American heritage. 4to, wraps. Ed. of 2500. 1995. Near fine clean bright copy. $75.00 [Order]

RENEGADE, DJ, ed. The Black Rooster Social Inn (This is the Place): Poetry, and Art of the Black Rooster Workshop. iv, 73 pp., b&w illus. by Renee Stout. Intro. by Renee Stout. Poetry by Ernesto Mercer, Brandon D. Johnson, Gary Lilley, DJ Renegade. Uncommon. 12mo, wraps. First ed. (Small edition, not stated.) Washington, DC, Spike and Pepper, 1997. Near fine. $25.00 [Order]

Winterthur. Kunstmuseum. R. STUDER-KOCH: Plastiken, Reliefs, Bildteppiche, Collagen (INSCRIBED by artist.). Unpag. (52 pp.) exhib. cat., 44 b&w illus., photo of artist, exhibs. Texts by Studer-Koch, Marie-Louise Luscher, Jules Minne, et al. Sculpture influenced by African metalwork and architecture. 4to, stiff rough-textured card covers. INSCRIBED by artist. 1977. Fine. $22.50 [Order]

New York. Gimpel-Weitzenhoffer. DOROTHEA TANNING: 10 Recent Paintings and a Biography. 48 pp. exhib. cat., 10 full-page color plates, 39 b&w text illus., exhibs., theater designs, books, bibliog. Intro. Pontus Hulten; English trans. of extensive autobiographical "scenario" text by Tanning. Large 8vo, self-wraps. 1979. Fine. $22.50 [Order]

(TANNING A15346)
New York. Nahan Contemporary. DOROTHEA TANNING Messages. 23 pp. exhib. cat. 8 color plates, 4 b&w illus. Text by Robert C. Morgan; statement by Tanning. 4to, stapled wraps. First ed. March 2-31, 1990. As new. $25.00 [Order]

(TANNING A14063)
Plazy, Gilles. DOROTHEA TANNING. 72 pp., over 50 illus., including 28 full or double-page color plates, exhibs., colls. 4to, wraps. First English lang. ed. New York: Filipacchi, 1979. Fine. $25.00 [Order]

Monchengladbach. Stadtisches Museum Abteiberg. ULRIKE TERMEER: autour de Proust. 28 pp., 14 illus., 13 in color, 1 double-page, exhibs., colls. Contemporary German artist whose drawings in colored pencil, chalk, oil stick, are a cross between Twombly and Baselitz. Texts by Dierk Stemmler, Gisela Gotte. 8vo, stapled pictorial wraps. Cover design by artist. November 20, 1988-January 15, 1989. Near-fine. $16.00 [Order]

(TOLL, NELLY A19456)
TOLL, NELLY. When Memory Speaks: The Holocaust in Art. 125 pp. Discussion of the camps, the control of art under the Third Reich and contemporary responses by Larry Rivers, N. Mieses, Antoinette Libro, George Segal, Mia Fendler-Immerman, Mauricio Lasansky, Audrey Flack, Sophia Richman, Sidney Goodman, Ann Shore, Jacob Barosin, Marlyn Ivory, Netty Schwarz Vanderpol, Joseph Hahn, Samuel Bak, and a dozen others. 8vo, cloth, d.j. Greenwood/Praeger, 1998. Fine, in fine d.j. $45.00 [Order]

(TRIOLET A11118)
Paris. Bibliotheque Nationale. ELSA TRIOLET. 139 pp., illus. throughout. An exceptional exhibition and reference bibliography on the writings of Triolet, manuscripts, letters, photographs, associated illustrations, etc., as well as hundreds of works which served to inspire her books. In French. An important reference. 8vo, plain buckram binding with orig. paper cover glued to front board. 1972. Ex-library. Bookplate on front pastedown, card corner on rear pastedown, etc. Text crisp, clean unmarked. $20.00 [Order]

Kahng, Eik, and Marianne Roland Michel. ANNE VALLAYER-COSTER: Painter to the Court of Marie Antoinette. 256 pp., 360 illus. (98 in color), abbreviated references, index. Important first substantial monograph in English on this major 18th century French woman painter. 4to, cloth, d.j. First ed. New Haven, Yale University Press, 2002. As new. (Pub. at $60.00) $42.00 [Order]

Lassaigne, Jacques and Guy Weelen. VIEIRA DA SILVA. 366 pp., 385 illus., 153 in color, biog., complete bibliog., index of illus. Beautifully printed. A major monograph on this important European abstract painter. In French. 4to, cloth, d.j. 2nd enlarged ed. Paris, Cercle d'Art, 1992. Mint condition. $75.00 [Order]

Sheriff, Mary D. The Exceptional Woman: ELISABETH VIGEE-LEBRUN and the Cultural Politics of Art. 368 pp., 45 illus., notes, color dustjacket plate not in the text. Outstanding monograph on Vigee-Lebrun with detailed readings of selected works in well-researched cultural context. Scarce hardcover edition. 8vo, cloth, pictorial d.j. First ed. Chicago and London, Univ. of Chicago, 1996. Fine, in near fine d.j. $40.00 [Order]

VIGEE LE BRUN, LOUISE ELISABETH. Souvenirs of Madame VIGEE LE BRUN, with a steel portrait from an original painting by the author. 398, illus. English translation by Lionel Strachey. The memoirs of a renowned French painter (1755-1842), self-portraitist and portraitist of nobility. Vigee-LeBrun survived the French Revolution largely due to her talent, charm and political acumen while traveling from European court to court. A contemporary and friend of Joseph Vernet, Benjamin West, and Sir Joshua Reynolds, among others. 8vo, red cloth, d.j., pictorial endpapers. First ed. New York, R. Worthington, 1879. V.G. (spine sunned with tanned label; cloth crinkled and lightly rubbed at head and tail of spine; very brief ink inscription from original owner dated 1879 on second blank. A clean attractive copy.) $70.00 [Order]

Chicago. Renaissance Society. KARA WALKER. 88 pp., 38 illus. (8 color plates). Excellent installation photos, numerous double-page. Text, collages and images by Walker whose work is a controversial critique of racial stereotypes. A beautiful book created with the collaboration of the artist. Uncommon. 4to, bound in natural linen silkscreened in black and gilt linen. No d.j. (as issued). Limited ed. of 1000. 1997. Near fine crisp copy. $625.00 [Order]

Wien. Museum in Progress and Wiener Staatsoper. KARA WALKER - Safety Curtain 1. 64 pp.. 10 color plates, approx. 18 b&w illus. (some double-page), notes, photo of artist, exhibs. Texts by Vitus H. Weh, Kara Walker, Nancy Spector, Susanne Neuburger. Interesting interview with Kara Walker about her Vienna work by Hans-Ulrich Obrist. Dual lang. German / English text. 8vo, wraps. First ed. 2000. About fine. $145.00 [Order]

WARNER-VIEYRA, MIRIAM. Femmes echouees, nouvelles. 145 pp. Important contemporary African fiction. In French. 12mo, wraps. Paris, Presence africaine, 1998. V.G+ (Owner name on flyleaf, else nice tight copy.) $47.50 [Order]

(WARRICK A18156)
Yau, John. The Wisdom Series: CHERYL WARRICK Paintings. 47 pp., 34 color plates (many full or double-page), b&w photo of artist, biog., exhibs., colls., bibliog. Text includes an interview with the artist. Published to accompany the exhibition Between the Lines at Gallery Naga, Boston, 2001. Contemporary African American painter and printmaker, based in Boston. 4to, pictorial stiff self-wraps. First ed. West Stockbridge, Hard Press Editions, 2001. Mint. $22.50 [Order]

Edinburgh. National Galleries of Scotland. RACHEL WHITEREAD. Exhib. cat., ichecklist of works, color plates, biog. Texts by Lisa G. Gorrin, Patrick Elliott, and Andrea Schlieker. Whiteread is a well-known contemporary international superstar artist, long established as the most important British sculptor of her generation. [Important exhibition that also traveled to Serpentine Gallery, London.] Small sq. 4to, pictorial card wraps. First ed. 2001. About fine clean tight copy. $37.00 [Order]

(WOOD, B A15454)
Fullerton. California State University Art Gallery. BEATRICE WOOD Retrospective (Signed by Wood). SIGNED in full in ink by Beatrice Wood, ion title page. 48 pp., 31 b&w illus. and photos, 8 color plates including color frontis-photo of artist, checklist of 123 drawings and ceramics, detailed chronology, bibliog. Intro. by Dextra Frankel; texts by Francis Nauman and Garth Clark. Small 4to, wraps. First ed. February 5-March 3, 1983. V.G. (covers lightly rubbed, with a few specks of abrasion along spine margin; else tight clean copy.) $110.00 [Order]

(WOOD, B A15451)
Phoenix. Phoenix Art Museum. BEATRICE WOOD: A Retrospective. 16 pp. exhib. cat., 14 illus. (3 in color, including cover plates), checklist of 76 works of ceramics and ceramic sculpture. Intro. Goldthwaite H. Dorr, III; text by Robert H. Frankel. 4to, stapled wraps. First ed. 1973. As new. $42.00 [Order]

(WOOD, B A6448)
Smith, Lindsay, ed. and Beatrice Wood. I Shock Myself: The Autobiography of BEATRICE WOOD. 181 pp., richly illus., chronol., index. Intro. Francis Nauman. The wonderful autobiography of this painter/actress, friend of Duchamp, and subsequently an acclaimed California ceramicist. Small 4to, self wraps. Revised Chronicle ed. First thus. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 1988. Near fine. $20.00 [Order]

Albany. Institute of History and Art. Sculpture and Suffrage: the art and life of ALICE MORGAN WRIGHT (1881-1975). 50 pp., checklist of 110 works (82 illus. in b&w), additional 25 text photos, cover photo, chronol., exhibs., notes, bibliog. The only text on this artist. 4to, pictorial wraps. 1978. As new. $24.00 [Order]

(YASSOUR, P A19627)
Ein Harod (Israel). Museum of Art. PENNY YASSOUR: Mental Maps/Production Halls. 78 pp. exhib. cat., 8 color fold-outs, 10 b&w illus. Texts by Galia Bar Orr and Jean-Francois Chevrier. In English, French and Hebrew. Important internationally exhibited contemporary Israeli installation artist (b. 1950). 8vo, wraps, dustjacket. First ed. 1995. Fine/Fine. $22.50 [Order]

(ZERRES A19991)
Koln. Jablonka Galerie. MARIA ZERRES: Julia 29 Zeichnungen. 36 pp. exhib. cat., full page expressionist figure drawings. Intro. by Franz von Berchem. Contemporary German artist. 4to, stapled wraps. First ed. 1988. Fine. $20.00 [Order]

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