113 Hollis Frampton
Recollections / Recreations

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113 Hollis Frampton
Recollections / Recreations

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“I Visited Pound Nearly Every Day . . .”

Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1984
First printing. 128 pp., 4to. Sewn signatures bound in illustrated wrappers. Mild creasing and light wear to covers, otherwise very good.

Published in conjunction with a traveling exhibition curated by Susan Krane for the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo. With an introduction and illustrated chronology by the curator (liberally salted with Frampton’s own autobiographical anecdotes), an essay by Bruce Jenkins, 19 color plates, more than 120 black-and-white illustrations, a list of selected exhibitions, a selected bibliography, and a catalogue of the exhibition.

"Comprising much of the other work of Hollis Frampton during the years 1958–1984, especially celebrating three grand cooperations with Marion Faller, namely Sixteen Studies from Vegetable Locomotion (1975), False Impressions (1979), Rites of Passages (1983–1984), and including but not limited to numerous collaborations, gifts to others both accepted and rejected, several findings and outright thefts, all brought together with sundry original works of that time, largely and surreptitiously recreated or recollected for the present occasion."

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