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Fierce Poise: Helen Frankenthaler And 1950s New York

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William Eggleston: The Democratic Forest: Selected Works

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Over the course of nearly six decades, William Eggleston—often referred to as the “father of color photography”—has established a singular pictorial style that deftly combines vernacular subject matter with an innate and sophisticated…
Anne Brigman: A Visionary In Modern Photography
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|April 22, 2020

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A look at one of the first feminist artists, Pictorialist photographer Anne Brigman, best known for her iconic landscape photographs made in the early 1900s depicting female nudes outdoors in rugged northern California. This main volume of a previously published…
Manuel Neri and the Assertion of Modern Figurative Sculpture
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|February 20, 2018

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Manuel Neri is widely recognized for his life-size figurative sculptures in plaster, bronze, and marble. His work echoed the commitment of earlier artists, such as Alberto Giacometti and Marino Marini, who used the figure as a vehicle to express Modernist ideals…
Soulmaker: The Times of Lewis Hine
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|March 29, 2016

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A personal reassessment of Lewis Hine's iconic, haunting photos of child workers in the early twentieth century Between 1908 and 1917, the American photographer and sociologist Lewis Hine (1874-1940) took some of the most memorable pictures of child workers ever…
Conversations With Turner: The Watercolors

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Turner’s daringly loose brushwork and dazzling colors shine in his watercolors J.M.W. Turner, one of Britain’s greatest painters, is perhaps known best for his oil paintings. But he was a lifelong watercolorist, and he fundamentally reshaped what…
Cynthia Daignault: Light Atlas

Cynthia Daignault: Light Atlas

by Cynthia Daignault

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|October 22, 2019

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In 2014, American painter Cynthia Daignault (born 1978) traveled around the entire outside border of the USA, stopping roughly every 25 miles to paint the view before her. The resulting monumental work, Light Atlas , is a grand portrait of America in 360 canvases…
True Grit: American Prints From 1900 To 1950

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An engaging look at early twentieth-century American printmaking, which frequently focused on the crowded, chaotic, and “gritty” modern city.   In the first half of the twentieth century, a group of American artists influenced by the painter and…
Anne Brigman: A Visionary In Modern Photography

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A much-anticipated look at one of the first feminist artists, best known for her iconic landscape photographs made in the early 1900s depicting female nudes outdoors in rugged Northern California. This monumental publication rediscovers and celebrates the work of…
Black Out: Silhouettes Then and Now
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|June 5, 2018

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The first book highlighting the historical roots and contemporary implications of the silhouette as an American art form Before the advent of photography in 1839, Americans were consumed by the fashion for silhouette portraits. Economical in every sense, the…
Summoning Pearl Harbor
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|November 21, 2017

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Summoning Pearl Harbor  is a mesmerizing display of linguistic force that redefines remembering. How do words make the past appear? In what way does the historian summon bygone events? What is this kind of remembering, and for whom do we recall the dead, or…
Experience
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|October 15, 2017

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In his noteworthy theoretical essay “Experience,” Ralph Waldo Emerson writes that humans by nature cannot fully grasp life as lived. If this is so, how capable are we of expressing our experiences in works of art? Despite this formidable challenge,…
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