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When comprehensive retrospectives of Meret Openheims work were first mounted by European museums in the 70s, the public was astonished by the richness and regenerative impact of her art, displaying both unity within multiplicity and permanence within change. She is known for her Fur Teacup and Spoon in the Museum of Modern Arts collection since 1936. This was the first publication on her works in English after her death in 1986. Text by Bice Curiger, editor of Parkett Magazine and author of the Meret Oppenheim catalogue raisonne. Also includes poems by Meret Oppenheim.
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Book Description Kent Fine Art Inc., New York, 1988. Wrappers. Condition: Fine Condition. 54 pages 17 illustrations 12 in color with one black and white photograph of the artist. Illustrated wraps. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from Kent Fine Art Inc., New York NY 9 March-9 April 1988. Checklist. Seller Inventory # 013162