Publisher: New York: Art Transfer Resources, Inc. (A.R.T. Press), 1993
Edition: 1st Edition
Condition: New / New
Item #: 113963
First edition, first hard bound printing. Hardcover. Gray linen cloth covered bourds with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Edited by William S. Bartman. Essay by Susan Cahan, a short story by Jan Avgikos and an illustrated interview with Felix Gonzalez-Torres by Tim Rollins. Includes a 39-1/2 x 26-1/2 folded broadsheet, with a reproduced black-and-white photograph (gray sky with birds). Includes a checklist of the exhibition, exhibition history, biography and filmography. 96 pp. with 63 four-color and black-and-white illustrations. 12 x 8-1/2 inches. Out of print. Scarce.
New in publisher's shrink-wrap. A Mint copy.
From the publisher: "Born in Cuba, Felix Gonzalez-Torres is best known for public artworks which invite the viewer's participation. In this publication, illustrated with video and performance stills and reproductions, the artist talks about his commitment to social change and the role of the artist in society. One of the few in-depth publications on this pivotal conceptual artist."