A Curatorial Project by Collins & Millazzo: Ford Beckman; Meg Webster; Sal Scarpitta; Robert Rauschenberg; Change Inc. Benefit; Token Gestures; Charles Clough
New York: Scott Hanson Gallery, 1990.
Seven volume slip-cased edition published in a limited edition of 1000 sets.
Exhibition catalogue of shows which took place January through March of 1990. "Ford Beckman" with essay on the artist's "Form & Ethics", 7 black/white illustrations; "Meg Webster" with essay on "Endeavored Form", 5 black/white illustrations; "Sal Scarpitta" with essay "Dog Days of Myth & History", 24pp black/white illustrations; "Robert Rauschenberg" with essay "Beauty & Facticity", 10pp red/white illustrations; "Change Inc. Benefit" (tax-exempt, non-profit foundation established by Robert Rauschenberg to assist artists of all disciplines in need of emergency aid) - solicitation with donation card and envelope laid in; "Token Gestures" with essay on "Presumption and Consideration" and works by a range of artists including Robert Rauschenberg, Gerhard Richter, Julian Schnabel, Frank Stella, and Cy Twombly, 17 black/white illustrations; "Charles Clough: Vistas and Vortices", essay "Hot Paint and Cold Shoulder", 5 black/white illustrations.Very good. Item #900122
Octavo, 6x9", stiff grey wrappers, in printed paper slip-case, illustrated in monochrome throughout, with forewords by Tricia Collins & Richard Milazzo.
Wear at spine folds, internally clean, tight, unmarred, folding slip-case spine darkened and a bit edge-worn, in very good condition overall.