Art in Los Angeles: Seventeen Artists in the Sixties.
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Exhibition catalogue. 4to. 162 pp.; illus. Includes the essays "Berman and Kienholz: Progenitors of Los Angeles Assemblage" by Anne Bartlett Ayres; "The Word Made Flesh: L.A. Pop Redefinied" by Christopher Knight; and "Visually Haptic Space: The Twentieth Century Luminism of Irwin and Bell" by Michele D. De Angelus. Works by: Larry Bell, Billy Al Bengston, Edward Moses, Peter Voulkos, et al. Very good in wraps.
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