New York: The Pace Gallery, 1989.
Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #15554
Light edgewear, otherwise light wear. Solid oversize paperback. ; Exhibition catalog from Pace Gallery show of the work of Joseph Cornell. Contains essay "Innocence and Experience" by Brian O'Doherty. Cover art is four pages of cutouts mimicing Cornell's shadow box constructions. Catalog designed by Abby Goldstein. "The box is the central metaphor of Joseph Cornell’s life, just as it is the signature element of his exquisite and disturbing body of work, his factory of dreams. He made boxes to keep wonders in: small wooden boxes that he built in the basement beneath the small wooden house he shared with his mother and disabled younger brother, the two fixed stars of his existence." - "Joseph Cornell: how the reclusive artist conquered the art world – from his mum’s basement", Olivia Laing, The Guardian, 25 July 2015. Illustrated with color photographs of Cornell's signature box constructions. ; 47 pages.