Claes Oldenburg catalogue
Bruno Munari:Libro Illegible NY 1
Bruno Munari:Libro Illegible NY 1, interior pages
The Machine: As Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age
Mutant Materials: in Contemporary Design
Mutant Materials: in Contemporary Design

MoMA Catalogues

An Unconventional Approach

Published by Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1967–1995

CLAES OLDENBURG, Exhibition Catalogue
BRUNO MUNARI, Libro Illegible NY 1
THE MACHINE, As Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age
MUTANT MATERIALS, in Contemporary Design

Dimensions variable

$1,500.00

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While best known for producing well researched exhibition catalogues, the Museum of Modern Art has also produced some striking catalogues using a variety of non-traditional book materials. This group of four catalogues shows the best of that range: the soft vinyl cover of the Oldenburg that is reminiscent of one of his sculptures, the stamped metal cover of the "Machine" exhibition, the die-cut pages threaded with string for the Munari, and, of course the unique covers created by pouring resin for "Mutant Materials".

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Claes Oldenburg catalogue
Bruno Munari:Libro Illegible NY 1
Bruno Munari:Libro Illegible NY 1, interior pages
The Machine: As Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age
Mutant Materials: in Contemporary Design
Mutant Materials: in Contemporary Design

MoMA Catalogues

An Unconventional Approach

Published by Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1967–1995

CLAES OLDENBURG, Exhibition Catalogue
BRUNO MUNARI, Libro Illegible NY 1
THE MACHINE, As Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age
MUTANT MATERIALS, in Contemporary Design

Dimensions variable

$1,500.00

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While best known for producing well researched exhibition catalogues, the Museum of Modern Art has also produced some striking catalogues using a variety of non-traditional book materials. This group of four catalogues shows the best of that range: the soft vinyl cover of the Oldenburg that is reminiscent of one of his sculptures, the stamped metal cover of the "Machine" exhibition, the die-cut pages threaded with string for the Munari, and, of course the unique covers created by pouring resin for "Mutant Materials".

Not available for purchase online, please contact the Shop to arrange for purchase.

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