London, England: Riflemaker Gallery, 2005. Limited First Edition. Softcover. "(William S.) Burroughs had been exhibiting his artworks professionally worldwide for several years when he began this series in 1992, and these "Shot Sheriff" works on paper should be seen in context as home-made pistol-shooting targets, depicting bad guys- but also as intentional works of art...What is peculiar to this series is that- although Burroughs always denied having any talent at.....[Item #5040]
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San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books, 1984. First Edition. Softcover. Signed by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. "A North American poet visits revolutionary Nicaragua (traditionally known as "the Land of the Poets") and reports on what he sees and hears and surmises. Considering himself "a tourist of revolution" (having traveled much in Mexico, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Haiti, and Castro's Cuba) he approaches Nicaragua with the eye of a civil libertarian "with anarchist sympathies,".....[Item #5278]
New York, NY: National Gallery of Art/ SCALO, 1994. First Edition. Hardcover. "Robert Frank (b. 1924) is without question the most important photographer to emerge since World War II. In the early 1950s he pioneered an original and sophisticated way of looking at the world that has dominated the art of photography for many years. It was not simply the raw style of his work that made Frank so controversial.....[Item #5200]