Rhino Horn
Pepper, D. Stephen; Rhino Horn artists

Pepper, D. Stephen. Rhino Horn. Hackensack, NJ: Custombook, n.d. [1969]. 22p, 15 color pls. Fair paperbound (covers soiled, worn; tear mended to front cover bottom corner. ** Published to accompany the first Rhino Horn exhibition, at the New School for Social Research. The seven artists were Peter Dean, Jay Milder, Peter Passuntino, Ken Bowman, Nicholas Sperakis, Michael Fauerbach, and Benny Andrews. Includes their manifesto and a list of their exhibitions and collections. In the words of Adam Zucker, the Rhino Horn artists depicted "the human condition as subject matter, criticizing social ills and social myopia." For a good overview of the group and their place in the lineage of American figurative expressionism, see Zucker's online Berkshire Arts article, "Re-Introducing the Rhino Horn Group." A scarce survival: 3 copies in WorldCat. (Item ID: 1005978)


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