Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held September 12 - October 10, 1987. Contains nineteen photographs of Levine's wall pieces, including selections from the "Broad Stripe" series, the "Small Checks" series, the "Lead Chevron" series, the "Gold Knots" series, the "Lead Checks" series, and the "After Alexander Rodchenko" series. Photographs are accompanied by an essay entitled "On the Level of Desire," by Donald Bartheleme, as well as a biography of the artist and a bibliography. In his essay, Bartheleme writes of Levine that she "disposed early of a variety of ideas. Originality is the last refuge of a hero, and so on. The 'theft' of images as a gesture having something to do with capitalism, and so on. Her early work could be described as a process of breaking windows."