Item #11198 Louise Fishman. Louise Fishman, David Deitcher.
Louise Fishman
"Fishman's early identification with both the feminist and lesbian and gay rights movements were empowering experiences . . . . Fishman has achieved that goal of integration, in essence by defying patriarchal culture and the gender roles that it imposes."

Louise Fishman

New York: Cheim & Read, 2006. Very Good. Item #11198

New York: Cheim & Read, 2006. First Edition (limited to 1000 copies). Quarto (30x23.5x1cm); unpaginated [66pp], including concise biography and extensive exhibition and collections lists. Twenty-one full-page color reproductions, with additional photo portrait frontispiece. Illustrated card wrappers with deep French flaps over sewn gatherings. Covers are clean and crisp. Binding is sound and pages unmarked.

This is the catalog for the Fishman exhibition at the Cheim & Read gallery in New York City in February and March of 2006.

Price: $50.00

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