1968. Soft cover. Good / No jacket. Item #85741
First edition. Box broken and soiled, all lithographs present and in fine condition.
The first phase of the artistic production of Harold P. Paris was dominated by a personal interpretation of abstract expressionism, and then turned to a research on the expressiveness of materials in works at the boundary between figuration and abstraction. In 1963 he was called to teach at the University of Berkeley.
First solo shows in 1965 and 1967 at the Hensen Gallery in San Francisco. In 1969 he held his first solo show in Europe at Studio Marconi in Milan. In the Seventies he devoted himself to works inspired by the Holocaust and to Jewish culture, which he exhibited at the Jewish Museum in New York in 1975.
In the field of sculpture he created works of environmental interest, real installations accessible to visitors. After his death in 1979, the University of Berkeley dedicated a traveling retrospective to him that touched several cities in the United States.
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