Artist's book-cum-monograph on the work of Robert Barry. Texts by Robert C. Morgan. Features an interview between Morgan and Barry. Edited by Erich Franz. "The present book demonstrates the development and diversity of his work which supersedes any narrow definition of concept art. Since 1963 he has made paintings, books, projections, soundpieces, spacial installations, large wallpieces, and window pieces. Many of these works are reproduced in this book for the first time. In all of them one recognizes a consequence and individuality which shows Barry to be one of the most important artists of his generation in America. This book was mostly designed by the artist himself. By doing this he creates an authentic representation of the 'concept of his concepts.'" Includes index and bibliography. Text in German and English.