Books Received

March 2007
Art Bulletin;Mar2007, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p167
Academic Journal
The article lists severals books received by the "Art Bulletin" including "The Early Writings of Vito Acconci," edited by Craig Dworkin, "Traditional Japanese Arts and Culture: An Illustrated Sourcebook," edited by Stephen Addis, Gerald Groemer, and J. Thomas Rimer, and "Andrew Wyeth: Master Drawings from the Artist's Collection," edited by Henry Adams.


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