The first major publication of Zurich artists Huber.Huber (Markus and Reto Huber). A selection of collages and ink drawings from the large group of works titled Mikrouniversum (2005-2011) is presented in a relatively chronological order as a “guiding series” through the collected works. Other pieces are interjected which adopt aspects of the “guiding series” and transform into increasingly complex collages and idyllic scenes in which the abysmal depths are always lurking nearby.
A facsimile reprinting of Lozano's three notebooks from 1967-1970, including preparatory drawings for her paintings and studies/lists made for her "Language Pieces" and 11-panel "Wave Series". Lozano worked in New York from the early 1960s and gradually began withdrawing from the art world around 1970, engaging in radical actions such as her "Dropout Piece" and boycott of women. She died in Dallas in 1999. Out of print.
Condition: Near Fine, small chip to top of spine; lightly bumped at bottom edge of front cover.
The first major detailed study published on the mysterious Nazca land/line drawings in Peru. Includes 25 aerial photographs from the archives of the Peruvian airministry and 34 ground views by the author. Reiche was a German mathmetician and archaeologist who spent 50 years mapping and studying the geoglyphs of the Nazca Plain in Peru. She was also dedicated to protecting the geoglyphs from the invasion of modern civilization. Reiche came to be known as "the Lady of the Lines" and once said "to make them more accessible for viewing I....
An artists' book by Terry Winters, reproducing a sketchbook or a book of drawings, including smudges, fingerprints, page edges, and handwritten page numbers. Images are in black and white on grey paper. In an edition of 1,000. Signed and dated 2/24/10 by Winters on the title page. In a custom-made, protective mylar cover.
Condition: Near Fine, original printed price of $16 on back cover has been changed in pen to $15.00.