013 Frederick Kiesler
Inside the Endless House — Art, People and Architecture: A Journal (inscribed)

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013 Frederick Kiesler
Inside the Endless House — Art, People and Architecture: A Journal (inscribed)

250.00

New York: Simon & Schuster, 1966
576 pp., square 8vo. Cover portrait by Duane Michals. Light tanning and soiling to edges, and one area of fading to cloth, otherwise about very good, in a dust-jacket lacking a four-inch-wide by two-inch-deep piece at the crown of the spine (the cause of the aforementioned fading).

A wide-ranging journal of the years 1956–64, in prose, poetry, dialogues, and drawings, by this multifaceted artist, architect, designer, and restless experimenter.

An advance review copy, with the publisher’s slip, inscribed a month before the official publication date by Lillian Kiesler, the author’s wife: “For dear Jon, whose friendship was a pleasure to Frederick and me.”

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