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Vasa by Vasa Mihich
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0979847907, Hardcover)

Artist monograph on the life work of Vasa Mihich, Los Angeles-based artist. Compiles over 340 color reproductions of sculptures and paintings, with remarks written by Vasa. The book emphasizes the influence of Los Angeles on his work from the 1960s to present. Includes a recent note by William Wilson, former Los Angeles Times art critic, reflecting upon Vasa's work. Book features reprints from newspaper art reviews, catalogues, and art magazines, as well as stills and transcripts from an interview with Vasa in the BBC show "Reyner Banham Loves Los Angeles." The book is designed by California designer Gail Swanlund, with art direction by Michael Agbuya, and is printed by Typecraft in the United States.

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