by Alexander, Darsie, Charles Harrison, Robert Storr et al.
Baltimore Museum of Art, 2005. Hardbound. New. BASEMENT. Illustrated coers. 166 pp. Profusely illustrated in color. Not really a hardback, but very stick covers that are flexible. This finely conceived and timely exhibition catalogue offers an intelligent exploration of an important and intriguing, but also largely unexamined, aspect of post-sixties art: the slide display utilized as artwork in its own right rather than as a medium for viewing reproductions. (Alex Potts) Since the Renaissance, most art has been prized because of the prodigious skills that went into its making. Why would any artist choose to work with slides? Is the development of slide art connected to the ferment of the 60s? This book examines Slide Art. (Inventory #: 101943)
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