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Libro d’artista - Tre cataloghi di mostre - Paolozzi, Eduardo

(Leith 1924 - Londra 2005)

KexChicago, William and Noma Copley Foundation, [print: Percy Lund Humphries & Co. - London], 1966, 21.5x21.3 cm, editorial blue and pink cardboard binding with acetate cover, pp. [78].


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Artist book with typographical cover, illustrated with 55 black and white photographic images. Text by the artist. Copy with artist's autograph dedication - United: PAOLOZZI Eduardo, Paolozzi sculpture, London, Hanover Gallery, 1958, 18.5x22.5 cm, paperback, pp. [24], illustrated cover, 37 black and white illustrations with photographic images of sculptures. Catalog published on the occasion of the exhibition held at the Hanover Gallery in London from 11 November to 31 December 1958.- Kingdom: PAOLOZZI Eduardo, Eduardo Paolozzi, Hannover, Kestner-Gesellschaft, 1974 (December), 20.5x20.5 cm., Paperback, pp. 113 (15), fully illustrated volume with reproductions of works including 4 in color. Original catalog of the exhibition / Hannover, Kestner-Gesellschaft, 6 December 1974 - 19 January 1975). Texts by Paolozzi, Frank Whitford, Wieland Schmied, Jörn Mekert, Hemut Schneider, Diane Kirkpatrick, An interview by Richard Hamilton to Paolozzi - United: PAOLOZZI Eduardo, Kleinplasiken - Zeichnungen - Graphik, Kassel, Kasseler Kunstverein, 1978 (March), 23x15 , 8 cm., Paperback, pp. 28 n.n., illustrated cover, red title, numerous illustrations b.n. n.t. Layout and design by Karl Oskar Blase (Köln 1925). Texts by the artist and Carl-Albrecht Haenlein. Original catalog of the exhibition (Kassel, Kasseler Kunstverein, March 2 - April 7, 1978).

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