"The heroine Paint": After Frankenthaler

Edited by Katy Siegel

2015


Visual Chronology by Liz Hirsch; Texts by Daniel Belasco, Carroll Dunham, John Elderfield, Barbara Guest, Harmony Hammond, Liz Hirsch, Suzanne Hudson, Carrie Moyer, Laura Owens, Lane Relyea, Dwight Ripley, Sterling Ruby, Katy Siegel, Amy Sillman, Howard Singerman, Tracy K. Smith, and Mary Weatherford


7 1/4 × 9 1/4 inches (18.4 × 23.5 cm); 272 pages; Fully illustrated

Designed by Goto Design, New York; Printed by C&C Offset Printing Co., Ltd. China; Distributed by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. in association with Gagosian Gallery

Weight: 2 lbs. 2 oz.

ISBN: 978-0-8478-4705-1

 

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Taking Helen Frankenthaler's 1950s New York debut as its starting point, "The heroine Paint": After Frankenthaler, a new publication edited by Katy Siegel, follows Frankenthaler's own painting over the years, expanding its focus to include the immediate social and artistic context of Frankenthaler's work, as well as tracing artistic currents as they move outwards in different directions over the decades. The book collects six scholarly essays, six short texts from contemporary artists, and reprints of historical writing, interweaving these voices with a visual chronology that locates key works from performances, publications, and cultural ephemera from over seven decades.

 

 

$40.00 USD

"The heroine Paint": After Frankenthaler

Edited by Katy Siegel
$40.00 USD

2015


Visual Chronology by Liz Hirsch; Texts by Daniel Belasco, Carroll Dunham, John Elderfield, Barbara Guest, Harmony Hammond, Liz Hirsch, Suzanne Hudson, Carrie Moyer, Laura Owens, Lane Relyea, Dwight Ripley, Sterling Ruby, Katy Siegel, Amy Sillman, Howard Singerman, Tracy K. Smith, and Mary Weatherford


7 1/4 × 9 1/4 inches (18.4 × 23.5 cm); 272 pages; Fully illustrated

Designed by Goto Design, New York; Printed by C&C Offset Printing Co., Ltd. China; Distributed by Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. in association with Gagosian Gallery

Weight: 2 lbs. 2 oz.

ISBN: 978-0-8478-4705-1

 

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Taking Helen Frankenthaler's 1950s New York debut as its starting point, "The heroine Paint": After Frankenthaler, a new publication edited by Katy Siegel, follows Frankenthaler's own painting over the years, expanding its focus to include the immediate social and artistic context of Frankenthaler's work, as well as tracing artistic currents as they move outwards in different directions over the decades. The book collects six scholarly essays, six short texts from contemporary artists, and reprints of historical writing, interweaving these voices with a visual chronology that locates key works from performances, publications, and cultural ephemera from over seven decades.