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Chihuly Jerusalem 2000

Chihuly, Dale

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ISBN 10: 157684014X / ISBN 13: 9781576840146
Published by Portland Press, Seattle, Washington, 2000
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Lime green cloth (hard cover), red embossed title in mylar protected dust jacket. Limited First Edition (stated). 233 pages; 117 color reproductions of Chihuly's sculptures, his drawings and his teasm as they install the exhibition. Containing letters to his son about the joys and challenges of the project, as well as Chihuly's essay on his inspirations at the site. As well as a forward by Shosh Yaniv and seven insightful reviews. A clean, tight copy in "as new" conditon Size: Quarto. Bookseller Inventory # 002935

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Title: Chihuly Jerusalem 2000

Publisher: Portland Press, Seattle, Washington

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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This book documents the yearlong exhibition with 117 full-color images of Chihuly's sculptures, his energetic drawings, and his team as they install the exhibition. These images are accompanied by Chihuly's affectionate letters to his young son, Jackson, about the joys and challenges of the project and his essay (reprinted with permission from Ariel: The Israel Review of Arts and Letters, vol. 111, 1999) on his inspirations at the site. Also included is an illuminating foreword by Shosh Yaniv, director of the Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem, and a section containing seven insightful reviews of the exhibition. This book offers an opportunity to share in a unique millennium celebration a joyous tribute by an artist as he captures the light, history, and essence of one of the greatest cities in the world.

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