Death, Desire & The Doll: The Life and Art of Hans Bellmer  -   36 color & 313 b/w illustrations, published 2008, Solar Books, CA; author Peter Webb with contributions by Robert Short.

Death, Desire & The Doll: The Life and Art of Hans Bellmer - 36 color & 313 b/w illustrations, published 2008, Solar Books, CA; author Peter Webb with contributions by Robert Short.

Inventing Abstraction, 1910-1925 (Hardcover). Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art, New York (January 31, 2013)

Inventing Abstraction, 1910-1925 (Hardcover). Publisher: The Museum of Modern Art, New York (January 31, 2013)

Title: Freaks, Myths & Images of the Secret Self  Author: Leslie Fiedler…

Title: Freaks, Myths & Images of the Secret Self Author: Leslie Fiedler…

German Expressionist Prints: The Marcia and Granvil Specks Collection at the Milwaukee Museum of Art (Hardcover). Publisher: Hudson Hills; 1 edition (2004).

German Expressionist Prints: The Marcia and Granvil Specks Collection at the Milwaukee Museum of Art (Hardcover). Publisher: Hudson Hills; 1 edition (2004).

"Apprehend" Elizabeth Robinson, Publisher: Fence Books; 1 edition (2002)

"Apprehend" Elizabeth Robinson, Publisher: Fence Books; 1 edition (2002)

Little Church Mexico, is part of the Alexander Girard collection at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Little Church Mexico, is part of the Alexander Girard collection at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Form Magazine No. 1, 1948 | Design magazine published by the Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts: pleasure, style and glasses

Form Magazine No. 1, 1948 | Design magazine published by the Swedish Society of Arts and Crafts: pleasure, style and glasses

Hannah Hoch, Liebe (1931) Hoch's photomontage brings composition, colour, and concept into perfect alignment. She was clearly one of the most talented, if not THE most talented collagist of her time. You have to wonder if her gender plays a part in her relative invisibility in the Dadaist annals...

Hannah Hoch, Liebe (1931) Hoch's photomontage brings composition, colour, and concept into perfect alignment. She was clearly one of the most talented, if not THE most talented collagist of her time. You have to wonder if her gender plays a part in her relative invisibility in the Dadaist annals...

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