Quarto in green wrappers; 116 pages: chiefly illustrations (some color); 28 cm + 1 audio disc (approximately 22 min.: analog, 33 1/3 rpm; 9 in.). Includes bibliographical references (page 107). Catalogue of the exhibition./ Accompanying sound disc in pocket at end./ Contents of accompanying sound disc: Side 1. The collector/art mob / Terry Allen (2:02)--Writing on rocks across the U.S.A. / Terry Allen (2:46)--Tape bow song for Juanita / Laurie Anderson (3:08) -- Kings meditations I, VII, IX / Eleanor Antin (3:12) -- Side 2. Dad knew about wine / Ed McGowin (3:16) -- Theme from a major hit / Dennis Oppenheim (2:56) -- Cadillac piece / Jim Roche (5:46)./ Includes bibliographical references (page 107). Very good(+) to near fine copy with wear only to the wrappers including light edge wear and shelf wear including a 7"-long light, vertical scratch down the back cover; pages are like new: clean, crisp, bright and free of marks and creases; edges of leaves are clean; binding is tight; vinyl has no scratches and looks like it has never have been used. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: American Narrative/Story Art, 1967-1977: ...
Publisher: Contemporary Arts Museum
Publication Date: 1978
Book Condition: Very good(+)
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