Title: Reversible Destiny - Arakawa/Gins (We Have ...
Publisher: Guggenheim Museum and Harry Abrams
Publication Date: 1997
Binding: Original Cloth
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
Published on conjunction with an exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum Soho from June 25 to August 31, 1997. Large quarto or small folio size. 324 pp. Illustrated. Photographic end papers. Bound in bright yellow cloth with tan lettering on front cover and spine. Enclosed in a dust jacket in gray with pink and lighter gray lettering. In addition to writing by Arakawa and Madeline Gines, includes writing by Jean-Francois Lyotard, Charles W. Haxthausen, F. L. Rush, George Lakoff, Mark C. Taylor, Andrew Benjamin, Radovan Ivsic and Annie Le Brun, Bernhard Waldenfels, Ed Keller, Johannes Knexl, Greg Lynn, and Jesse Reiser. Our copy is in fine condition with a card (not signed) from Gins and Arakawa and The Architectural Body Research Foundation stapled to the top of the inside flap of the jacket. Bookseller Inventory # 001834
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Store Description: Alberta's Books is a seller of several thousand used, rare, and out-of-print books from a home in a historic district in Kingston, New York. The collection originated when I bought some charming old books from a mansion down the street and found Alberta's name in them. As years went by, I was continually attracted to the kind of well-made, often beautiful books that were commonly bought as gifts and to form reading libraries around 1900 - the kind of books Alberta had. But we also collected and now sell other kinds of books as well and we are always interested in acquiring out-of-print books that are in exceptionally good condition.