Manuel Neri: Artists' Books / The Collaborative Process. Two volumes
Nixon, Bruce et al.
Price: 44.00 USD
Manchester, Vt: Hudson Hills Press / Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 2005. Two volume set in maroon slip case. 1st volume red cloth boards with silver printing. 2nd volume glued wraps with illustration (still sealed). Also has a cloth portfolio containing 2 CDs that accompanied the publication. Manuel Neri: Artists' Books / The Collaborative Process is a display of artists' books by Manuel Neri in the Reva and David Logan Gallery of Illustrated Books of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. Sketchy illustrations, poetry, original sculptures and more are captured with color photography, revealing the intense and painstaking process of collaboration between author and artist. Three of the poetry books were written by Neri's primary model since 1972, Mary Julia Klimenko; other exhibitions include and introduction for a series of unique books that pair Neri's original drawings with poems by Pablo Neruda. A comprehensive essay by independent scholar and former editor-in-chief of "Artweek" Bruce Nixon rounds out this insightful look into the sublime intersection of verbal and visual imagery. VG--maroon cloth slip case exhibits shelf wear. 1st vol. hardcover vg with clean & unmarked pgs. 2nd pbk vol. is sealed. cds intact in center slipcover. very nice set.
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