George Woodman

Bibliography

George Woodman, circa 2014

Woodman, George. Paper Tilings by George Woodman. Dayton: Wright State University Galleries, 1982.

Princenthal, Nancy. George Woodman: The Camera Obscura Photographs. Kansas City: Grand Arts, 2004.

Frank, Edwin. Pitti Rivisitato. Florence: Centro Di, 1997.

Bagnai, Alessandro. Heroines. Florence: Galleria Alessandro Bagnai, 2013.

Paglia, Michael. George Woodman: Sensuality in a World of Reason. Boulder: Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, 1998.

Berlind, Robert. George Woodman: Paintings 1960-2000. Omaha: Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, 2006.

Woodman, George, and Iris Cushing. How a Picture Grows a World. Florence: Galleria Alessandro Bagnai, 2010.

Woodman, George, and Edwin Frank. The Further Adventures of Pinocchio. New York: Lo Specchio d’Arte, 2004.  

Woodman, George. Metaphysics is to Metaphor as Cartography is to Departure. Florence: Galleria Alessandro Bagnai, 2011.  

Woodman, George, and Max Kozloff. Museum Pieces: Photographs by George Woodman. New York: Lo Specchio d’Arte, 1996.

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Contemporary Screens. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1984.

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Patterning and Decoration. Miami: Museum of the American Foundation for the Arts, 1977.

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The Folding Image. Washington, D.C.: National Gallery of Art, 1984.

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“Una Bi-Personale: George Woodman e Manfred Bishop.” Stamp Toscana, 22 Nov. 2012.

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