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Re: Bindings in NYC

Is there any way of getting scans of some of these
-----Original Message-----
From: Paul T Werner <ptw1@IS6.NYU.EDU>
Date: Wednesday, May 26, 1999 8:42 AM
Subject: Bindings in NYC

>1) The catalog for the Wormsley show runs at about $45.00
(unless they're
>discounting it at the Morgan - back to you later on that).
It's superb:
>very high quality reproductions, serious scholarly notes.
>I agree with some of the doubts about the show itself. My
review is still
>on my web-site, though I plan to take it down next week.
>2) About the Surrealist bindings at the Guggenheim: I have
the list, and
>it's a bit scary: there are 91 bindings, including Arp,
Bellmer, Sonia
>Delaunay, Paul Bonet (22), Georges Leroux (23),
Pierre-Lucien Martin (11),
>etc. And that's not counting the trial proofs by Miro, the
>original copy of the first Surrealist Manifesto, and so
forth. The show
>opens next week.
>1999, Laurie O'Brien wrote:
>> Bertha-wish I could have seen that exhibit. do you by any
chance have
>> catalogue information? thanks. Laurie
>Paul Werner, New York City
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