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clues to myself (Inscribed)

Barbara Rosenthal

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ISBN 10: 0898220157 / ISBN 13: 9780898220155
Published by Visual Studies Workshop Press, Rochester, NY, 1981
Condition: Very Good + Soft cover
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clues to myself (Inscribed by the artist) an artist's book by Bartbara Rosenthal. A search and consideration of clues both visual and textural that contribute to the construction of "self." 47 pages, paper with stiff cover. Black and white reproductions. 7 1/4" x 8 1/2". Very good + condition. Bookseller Inventory # 1026

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Title: clues to myself (Inscribed)

Publisher: Visual Studies Workshop Press, Rochester, NY

Publication Date: 1981

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good +

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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ISBN 0-89822-015-7 Visual Studies Workshop Press, 1982
48pp. 7-1/4" x 8-1/2", smythesewn, printed spine, blue and yellow cover, offset
25 photographs and 75 brief prose poems and visual poetry texts. 
Featured in "The Page as Alternative Space," Franklin Furnace, NYC. "A sophisticated textbook for searching artists," Ara Rose Parker, Photo-Communique.  "A well-spring for the intellect and the emotions..."  Don Russell, WPA.  The paradox is to share the ultimately private..." George Myers, Jr, Introduction to Modern Times.  "Evocative, dreamlike visions." --- Shelley Rice, Franklin Furnace Flue.

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Barbara Rosenthal is a native NY artist and writer, whose major books are Clues to Myself(VSW 1981), Sensations (VSW 1984), Homo Futurus (VSW 1986), Soul & Psyche (VSW 1998) and Wish for Amnesia (Deadly Chaps Press, 2017). She taught Writing at the City University of New York for 22 years, and Photography for 12 years at Parsons/The New School. Her writings have been included in anthologies such as Cradle and All (Faber and Faber), The Big Book of Sex and The End of the American Dream (both Autonomedia). She has appeared solo at international venues such as the Cialuna Library in Barletta, Italy; Waterloo Action Centre, London; and Studio-Baustelle in Berlin, and featured in NYC at Bowery, Parkside, Shades, HiFi, Cornelia St and NYPL. Much of her work involves the psycho-social family and culture dynamics of identity within surreal and existential themes.

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