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Esthetics Contemporary

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Esthetics Contemporary
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Buffalo: Prometheus Books, . First Edition True first edition of this collection of essays on art and esthetics. REVIEW COPY with review slip adhered to inside front board. A clean fine copy in near fine price clipped dustwrapper. An embarassment of riches here with contributions by L. Moholy-Nagy, Marshall McLuhan, Allan Kaprow, Sol Lewitt, John Cage, Allen Ginsberg, Dick Higgins, Robert Smithson and David Antin just to name a few. Discussion topics include the future of music, minimalist tendencies in dance, conceptual art, theatre esthetics, the esthetics of the avant-garde and much more. Fine Hardcover (Item ID: 006638)


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