Himmelberger Gallery Publications
Gordana Spoljar Andrasic Produced for the exhibition of Gordana Spoljar Andrasic in 2004. This hardbound book measures 9 x 8 in. and contains 95 pages with 35 color plates.
Oleg Drobitko Produced for the exhibition "Earth" by Oleg Drobitko in 2002. This hardbound book measures 10 x 9 in and contains 132 pages with 96 color plates.
Oleg Drobitko Produced for the exhibition "Self Portraits" by Oleg Drobitko in 2000. This hardbound book measures 12 x 12 in and contains 187 pages with 95 color plates.
Oleg Drobitko Produced for the exhibition "The Hands of Mankind" by Oleg Drobitko in 1998. This softbound catalog measures 11 x 8.5 inches and contains 32 pages with 34 color plates.
Oleg Drobitko Produced for the exhibition "Enclosures" by Oleg Drobitko in 2005. This softbound catalog measures 8.25 x 10 inches and contains 104 pages with 60 color plates.
LM Erricson Community of the World by L.M. Erricson
Small enough to carry with you, and special enough to give as an inspirational gift, the book, Community of the World, is here. Community of the World contains a prose poem written in English by LM Erricson and translated into 34 of the world's most widely used languages, plus 35 pages of color plates taken from many of the international artists represented by Himmelberger Gallery. Community of the World is a long-lasting book, hardbacked, stitched, and printed on high quality paper. The color plates reproduce the art with precision and accuracy.
Franco Fortunato Produced for the exhibition "Leaves of Time" by Franco Fortunato in 2000. This softbound book measures 8.5 x 10 in and contains 47 pages with 59 color plates.
Armen Gevorkian Produced for the exhibition "Contests" by Armen Gevorkian in 2000. This softbound book measures 8.5 x 10 in and contains 43 pages with 31 color plates.
Konstantin Grabowski Produced for the exhibition of Konstantin Grabowski. This book measures 11 x 10 in and contains 19 pages with 18 color plates.
Robert Gumpertz Produced for the exhibition "Faces and Figures" by Robert Gumpertz in 2008. This hardbound book measures 10 x 9 in and contains 105 pages with 69 color plates.
Leo Holub Produced for the exhibition "Leo Holub Where the Light Is Right" in 2007, this 300 page book provides a montage of the San Francisco Bay Area as seen through the unique eyes of this remarkable photographer. Photographs from eleven themes are included: Cityscapes, Heads, Small Nature, Signs, Protests and Counterculture, Large Nature, Arts and Science, Stanford, Life and Afterlife, and portraits of artists from the Anderson collection. The book contains more than 200 detailed black and white photographs that provide a mosaic of the diversity of Holub's career that has spanned more than 70 years. Many of these photographs were displayed at Holub's exhibition, at Himmelberger Gallery in San Francisco in 2007. In addition to a brief biography of the artist, there are tributes by 14 colleagues and friends plus an interview with Leo Holub that was conducted in 2007.