Publications

2002

Jean Fautrier, 1898–1964

Curtis L. Carter, Karen K. Butler

Jean Fautrier, one of France's most important interwar and postwar artists, is perhaps best known for the Otages, his series of abstract paintings featuring partially obliterated or disfigured ...

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2002

Paris as Gameboard, Man Ray's Atgets

Susan Laxton

These photographs of Paris were taken by Eugène Atget and later assembled into an album by Man Ray. Since 1976, the album has been in the collection of the George Eastman House, in Rochester, New ...

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2001

Arte Povera, Selections from the Sonnabend Collection

Claire Gilman

This catalogue shows important Arte Povera works from the Collection Sonnabend that have rarely been exhibited in New York before. It includes one work of each of the Arte Povera artists in the ...

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2000

Architect of Dreams: The Theatrical Vision of Joseph Urban

Arnold Aronson, Derek E. Ostergard, Matthew Wilson Smith

Previous research on Joseph Urban (1872–1933) has focused on his architectural career; yet after moving from Vienna to the U.S. in 1912, he devoted much of his energies to the stage, especially ...

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2000

Architect of Dreams: The Theatrical Vision of Joseph Urban

Arnold Aronson, Derek E. Ostergard, Matthew Wilson Smith

Previous research on Joseph Urban (1872–1933) has focused on his architectural career; yet after moving from Vienna to the U.S. in 1912, he devoted much of his energies to the stage, especially ...

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2000

Percival Goodman Architect, Planner, Teacher, Painter

Kimberly J. Elman, Angela Giral

In a career that spanned more than sixty years, Percival Goodman achieved renown as one of the most prolific synagogue architects in the United States, and as an instrumental voice in the development ...

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2000

Percival Goodman Architect, Planner, Teacher, Painter

Kimberly J. Elman, Angela Giral

In a career that spanned more than sixty years, Percival Goodman achieved renown as one of the most prolific synagogue architects in the United States, and as an instrumental voice in the development ...

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2000

Architect of Dreams: The Theatrical Vision of Joseph Urban

Arnold Aronson, Derek E. Ostergard, Matthew Wilson Smith

Previous research on Joseph Urban (1872–1933) has focused on his architectural career; yet after moving from Vienna to the U.S. in 1912, he devoted much of his energies to the stage, especially ...

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1999

Experiments in the Everyday Allan Kaprow and Robert Watts Events, Objects, Documents

Benjamin H.D. Buchloh, Judith F. Rodenbeck

In pairing Allan Kaprow and Robert Watts,Experiments in the Everyday offers a critical examination of a key sequence in the development of contemporary art practices. The shift from form to ...

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