New York: Catherine Viviano, Publisher, 1963. Wraps. Good. Item #007370
Black, glossy illustrated wraps. 24 pp. With a few black and white and color reproductions of paintings by Afro. A short exhibition catalog accompanied by a critical essay on the work of Afro by Cesare Brandi. Afro Libio Basaldella was a 20th century Italian painter, working in a variety of abstract styles, including cubism, and briefly associated with the Scuola Romana. After World War II, Afro focused his artistic career on America, eventually being drawn to Abstract Expressionism. Catherine Viviano held regular exhibitions of his work through the 1960s, including his first solo exhibition in 1950 (see the Guggenheim website for previous biographical info). GOOD+ condition. Some scuffing and minor fading to the covers.
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