Robert Lehman Lectures on Contemporary Art #3
Cooke, Kelly & Funcke
Dia Art Foundation
ISBN: 9780944521779
$13.56 (Member Price)

200 pages

In 1992 the Robert Lehman Lectures on Contemporary Art series was founded with a generous grant from the Robert Lehman Foundation, Inc. to foster discussion of the exhibitions at 548 West 22nd Street. Lectures froma variety of disciplines analyze the artworks within the context of the artist's oeuvre and in relation to contemporary cultural issues.
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