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Reeder, Warwick; Stephanie Holt; Julia Murray; Jennifer Phipps; Ian McDougall; Sam Marshall

Published by Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Bulleen, Victoria (1998)

ISBN 10: 0947104488 ISBN 13: 9780947104481

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About this Item: Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Bulleen, Victoria, 1998. Pictorial Wraps. Condition: Fine. First Edition. LIMITED EDITION. First printing of 1000 unnumbered copies. Fine exhibition catalogue for the art exhibition - "Luna Park and the Art of Mass Delirium", which was held at Museum of Modern Art at Heide from 8 December 1998 to 21 March 1999. Numerous colour and b&w illustrations & photographs throughout. Contains artwork by Sidney Nolan, Arthur Boyd, Charles Blackman, John Perceval, Albert Tucker, Julie Gough, Clarice Beckett, Andrew Foster, Deborah Klein, Michael Shannon, Nick Howson, David Larwill, James Davis, amongst several others. Foreword by Warwick Reeder. Introduction by Stephanie Holt & Julia Murray. Essay contributions by both Jennifer Phipps & Ian McDougall, plus a timeline by Sam Marshall. "Luna Park and the Art of Mass Delirium explores Luna Park as a Melbourne icon and source of artistic inspiration, reflecting its changing context over almost a century of Melbourne life." The frontispiece illustration is of an invitation to the opening of Luna Park in 1912. Includes catalogue details, plus contributors biographies. A very nice clean softcover copy. 52pp. Scarce. SB-6. Size: 27 x 21cm. Seller Inventory # 005242

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Luna Park and the Art of Mass: Reeder, Warwick; Stephanie

Reeder, Warwick; Stephanie Holt; Julia Murray; Jennifer Phipps; Ian McDougall; Sam Marshall

Published by Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Bulleen, Victoria (1998)

ISBN 10: 0947104488 ISBN 13: 9780947104481

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About this Item: Museum of Modern Art at Heide, Bulleen, Victoria, 1998. Pictorial Wraps. Condition: Fine. First Edition. LIMITED EDITION. First printing of 1000 unnumbered copies. Fine exhibition catalogue for the art exhibition - "Luna Park and the Art of Mass Delirium", which was held at Museum of Modern Art at Heide from 8 December 1998 to 21 March 1999. This copy is SIGNED & INSCRIBED by contributing author Julia Murray in black ink on inside front cover: "Happy Chrissy and happy '99 to you both, my dear pals Karen and Jeff, xx love Julia, Dec. '98". Also includes laid-in flyer with details of Mirth and Modernity, "an informal floortalk on the social history and visual documentation of Luna Park and the Art of Mass Delirium" by curators Stephanie Holt, Julia Murray & Murray White (which was held at MoMA Heide on 13 December 1998 & included a champagne brunch). Numerous colour and b&w illustrations & photographs throughout. Contains artwork by Sidney Nolan, Arthur Boyd, Charles Blackman, John Perceval, Albert Tucker, Julie Gough, Clarice Beckett, Andrew Foster, Deborah Klein, Michael Shannon, Nick Howson, David Larwill, James Davis, amongst several others. Foreword by Warwick Reeder. Introduction by Stephanie Holt & Julia Murray. Essay contributions by both Jennifer Phipps & Ian McDougall, plus a timeline by Sam Marshall. "Luna Park and the Art of Mass Delirium explores Luna Park as a Melbourne icon and source of artistic inspiration, reflecting its changing context over almost a century of Melbourne life." The frontispiece illustration is of an invitation to the opening of Luna Park in 1912. Includes catalogue details, plus contributors biographies. A very nice clean softcover copy. 52pp. Uncommon title & scarce signed copy with laid-in flyer. SB-49. Size: 27 x 21cm. Signed. Seller Inventory # 017336

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