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Robert Morris: The Mind/Body Problem

a January - April 1994 exhibition of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 

SIGNED. New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications, 1994.

Softback is overall in VERY GOOD condition with VERY GOOD+ DJ.

  • ISBN: 0892071206
  • Volume displays minimal interior wear with minor exterior wear and aging.
  • Front cover is missing "crosspiece" in center of cutout, along with central letters of his name.
  • Wraps display some edge toning, more along upper edge of front, going 1.25" to 2" into cover. (See photos)
  • Covers also exhibit some vertical creasing on front, approximately 1.25" up and down.
  • Spine features text in black, and is sunned. 
  • Binding is secure.
  • First page features signature on B&W photograph. (See photos)
  • Illustrations are well preserved.
  • Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks.
  • Foot of textblock has remainder mark. Head of textblock shows a little dust. (See photos)
  • Transparent DJ exhibits minimal shelfwear.
  • Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear.
  • SC20190710

328 pages. 9 x 12 inches.

This catalog engages in a reflection of the mind/body problem from a philosophical and artistic point of view. Robert Morris, through his work, shows how the physical and immaterial aspects of man and of the world are linked and can be united to solve the problem of their difference, an approach that appears self-evident yet is revealed, through that analysis, to be not so simple. 

Robert Morris (1931-2018) was an American sculptor, conceptual artist, and writer. One of the prominent theorists of Minimalism along with Donald Judd, he also made an important contribution to the fields of performance art, land art, the Process Art movement, and installation art. [Wikipedia]

Lavishly illustrated with full-color and B&W photographs. Features essays by as many as six different writers, as well as a preface and an introduction. Includes a catalog, a bibliography and an exhibition history.

EDITION POINTS: Signed on first illustrated page.

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