San Francisco: Zephyrus Image, . First edition. Paperback. Thin quarto [25.5 cm] Sewn wood-patterned decorative wraps. The wraps are a bit darkened and a trifle soiled. Very good. Item #29134
Wiley has addressed almost every major political and environmental catastrophe of his time, including Three Mile Island (Three Mile Island Three Years Later, 1983), radon (Portrait of Radon, 1983), the impact of nuclear war (Only You Can Stop Nuclear War, 1983), capital punishment (Scam Quentin, 1981), the catastrophe at Chernobyl (Grebeny—The Burning Village after Bosch, 1994), the depletion of natural salmon runs (Manet Can’t Paint the Ocean Like Eye Can, 1995), toxic chemical waste (Orange Is the Color of My True Love’s Lungs, 2000), the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers (9/11/2001 #2, 2001),and the casualties of war (Rocks Keeping Our Secrets with Abstract Colors, 1999, and Sold Yours Return, 2005).