Montreal: Musee d'Art Contemporain. Near Fine. 1975. First Edition. Paperback. Clean and tight in original printed wrappers. Introduction by Alain Parent; Essay by Gilles Gheerbrant. Text in English and French. Published on the occasion of the exhibition, 23 February-23 March, 1975. Numerous illustrations, in cluding one fold out plate and a double page colour plate. Roger Vilder is a contemporary French Canadian artist (sculptor, print maker and kinetic artist). Born in Lebanon in 1938, Vilder divides his time between Paris, Nimes and Montreal. Since 1966 Vilder has pursued kinetic art; he was among the very first artists to employ computer techniques for their art work. . (Inventory #: 39878)
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