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Art in America, 1945-1970 : writings from the age of abstract expressionism, pop art, and minimalism, Jed Perl, editor

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Art in America, 1945-1970 : writings from the age of abstract expressionism, pop art, and minimalism
Title
Art in America, 1945-1970
Title remainder
writings from the age of abstract expressionism, pop art, and minimalism
Statement of responsibility
Jed Perl, editor
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
An invigorating panorama of art writing from a crucial quarter century, adding vital context with incisive commentaries
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Cataloging source
YDXCP
Dewey number
709.7309/044
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Perl, Jed
Series statement
The Library of America
Series volume
259
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  • Art, American
  • Art, American
  • Art criticism
  • Abstract expressionism
  • Pop art
  • Minimal art
  • Abstract expressionism
  • Art, American
  • Art criticism
  • Minimal art
  • Pop art
  • United States
Label
Art in America, 1945-1970 : writings from the age of abstract expressionism, pop art, and minimalism, Jed Perl, editor
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Publication
Distribution
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 833-848) and index
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Barnett Newman
  • Excerpts from an unfinished manuscript titled "Art"
  • John Graham
  • Toward meta-form
  • Alfred Russell
  • From the diaries
  • Joseph Cornell
  • What abstract art means to me
  • Alexander Calder
  • (from)
  • The shape of content
  • Art of this century
  • Ben Shahn
  • (from)
  • A sculptor's world
  • Isamu Noguchi
  • Tapestry
  • Anni Albers
  • The landscape
  • The question-what is your hope
  • The question-what are your influences-
  • "there is something rather noble about junk"
  • Peggy Guggenheim
  • Dream
  • David Smith
  • Four soldiers; a sculpture in iron by David Smith
  • Howard Nemerov
  • An artist's words
  • On the creative process
  • Form
  • Louise Bourgeois
  • Piero della Francesca: the impossibility of painting
  • Faith, hope and Impossibility
  • (from)
  • Philip Guston
  • Philip Guston: the last painter
  • Give my regards to Eighth Street
  • Morton Feldman
  • Abstract art refuses
  • Art-as-art
  • Ad Reinhardt
  • Harry Callahan: a note
  • John Chamberlain
  • On the road: notes on artists and poets 1950-1965
  • The amazing and invariable Beauford Delaney
  • Robert Creeley
  • Pure paints a picture :
  • Painting a portrait of the President
  • Elaine de Kooning
  • The liberating quality of avant-garde art
  • On the humanity of abstract painting
  • Meyer Schapiro
  • The creative act
  • Apropos of "Readymades"
  • Marcel Duchanp
  • Henry Miller
  • Statement
  • From the journals, 1952
  • Grace Hartigan
  • Why I am not a painter
  • David Smith: the color of steel
  • Art chronicle I
  • Larry Rivers: a memoir
  • Frank O'Hara
  • Life among the stones
  • Larry Rivers
  • Introduction to Helen Levitt's A way of seeing
  • Statement on Poetics
  • The painting of Jane Freilicher
  • Short reviews from Art News
  • James Schuyler
  • (from)
  • Beyond the machine
  • Calvin Tomkins
  • At the museum of modern art
  • May Swenson
  • The legacy of Jackson Pollock
  • James Agee
  • Allan Kaprow
  • Happenings: an art of radical juxtaposition
  • Susan Sontag
  • On the painter Beauford Delaney
  • James Baldwin
  • Bruce Conner: a new sensibility
  • Joan Brown
  • Philip Leider
  • A visit with Sam Rodia
  • Kate Steinitz
  • Journals, 1948-50
  • Letter to Jerry Reilly
  • Jess
  • (from)
  • Iconographical extensions
  • Robert Duncan
  • Three letters
  • H. C. Westermann
  • The abstract sublime
  • Robert Rosenblum
  • Month in review, January 1962
  • Charles Burchfield
  • Franz Kline (1910-1962)
  • Philip Pearlstein and the new philistinism
  • Sidney Tillim
  • Jasper Johns: stories and ideas
  • John Cage
  • Statement
  • Sketchbook notes
  • Jasper Johns
  • Statement
  • Robert Rauschenberg
  • My painting
  • Mondrian, Kleenex, and you
  • Contemporary art and the plight of its public
  • Leo Steinberg
  • What is pop art? ;
  • (from)
  • The philosophy of Andy Warhol
  • Andy Warhol
  • (from)
  • Store days
  • Claes Oldenburg
  • The new American "Sign Painters"
  • Robert M. Coates
  • Gene R. Swenson
  • Junkdump fair surveyed
  • John Bernard Myers
  • The paintings of E. E. Cummings
  • Richard Stankiewicz
  • John Graham
  • Against idealism
  • Joseph Cornell
  • A painter obsessed by blue
  • Fairfield Porter
  • The Renaissance and order
  • Edward Hopper: an American vision
  • Hilton Kramer
  • The art of Romare Bearden
  • Ralph Ellison
  • Painting as painting
  • Louis Finkelstein
  • The battle of Paris, strip-tease and Trotsky: some non-scenic travel notes
  • Thomas B. Hess
  • ABC art
  • Barbara Rose
  • What abstract art means to me
  • Local history
  • Specific objects
  • Donald Judd
  • Allusion and illusion in Donald Judd
  • Rosalind Krauss
  • The crystal land
  • Robert Smithson
  • New York letter: Warhol
  • Art and objecthood
  • Michael Fried
  • Willem de Kooning
  • Andy Warhol in Paris
  • Joan Mitchell
  • Leland Bell
  • The invisible avant-garde
  • John Ashbery
  • The thirties
  • Willem de Kooning
  • Katz: collage, cutout, cut-up
  • The silence at night
  • "At first sight, not Pollock, Kline scared"
  • Jackson Pollock
  • "Alex Katz paints his north window"
  • Edwin Denby
  • Jackson Pollock: the infinite labyrinth
  • Parker Tyler
  • Elie Nadelman: sculptor of the dance
  • Lincoln Kirstein
  • An appreciation
  • Tennessee Williams
  • (from)
  • Evil under the sun
  • The romantics were prompted
  • Anton Myrer
  • (from)
  • The search for the real in the visual arts
  • Hans Hofmann
  • Review of an exhibition of Willem de Kooning
  • The role of nature in modern painting
  • "American-type" painting
  • Modernist painting
  • Clement Greenberg
  • Statement
  • Two statements from The tiger's eye
  • An open letter to an art critic
  • Clyfford Still
  • An alphabetical guide to modern art
  • Alphabetical guide no.2
  • Acrostic for Jackson Pollock
  • Dwight Ripley
  • Black or white
  • What abstract art means to me
  • Robert Motherwell
  • Robert Motherwell
  • Mark Rothko
  • Adolph Gottlieb
  • Weldon Kees
  • Reminiscence and reverie
  • Mark Tobey
  • The visionary painting of Morris Graves
  • Kenneth Rexroth
  • Painting in the American grain
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Robert Andrew Parker
  • Marianne Moore
  • The first man was an artist
  • (from)
  • Action on West Fifty-Third Street
  • Dwight Macdonald
  • The American action painters
  • Parable of American painting
  • Evidences
  • Mobile, theatrical, active
  • Harold Rosenberg
  • An academy of risk
  • Mary McCarthy
  • The sublime is now
  • A cahier leaf
  • Statement
  • Four excerpts from a journal
  • Jack Tworkov
  • Joan Mitchell
  • Irving Sandler
  • (from)
  • An emotional memoir of Franz Kline
  • Fielding Dawson
  • (from)
  • Ohio, 1949
  • The recognitions
  • William Gaddis
  • Introduction to Robert Frank's The Americans
  • Jack Kerouac
  • On Richard Avedon
  • Truman Capote
  • Statement
  • Aaron Siskind
  • Against abstract expressionism
  • Randall Jarrell
Control code
ocn871671175
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xxvii, 867 pages, [32] unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9781598533101
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2013957900
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)871671175
Label
Art in America, 1945-1970 : writings from the age of abstract expressionism, pop art, and minimalism, Jed Perl, editor
Publication
Distribution
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 833-848) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Barnett Newman
  • Excerpts from an unfinished manuscript titled "Art"
  • John Graham
  • Toward meta-form
  • Alfred Russell
  • From the diaries
  • Joseph Cornell
  • What abstract art means to me
  • Alexander Calder
  • (from)
  • The shape of content
  • Art of this century
  • Ben Shahn
  • (from)
  • A sculptor's world
  • Isamu Noguchi
  • Tapestry
  • Anni Albers
  • The landscape
  • The question-what is your hope
  • The question-what are your influences-
  • "there is something rather noble about junk"
  • Peggy Guggenheim
  • Dream
  • David Smith
  • Four soldiers; a sculpture in iron by David Smith
  • Howard Nemerov
  • An artist's words
  • On the creative process
  • Form
  • Louise Bourgeois
  • Piero della Francesca: the impossibility of painting
  • Faith, hope and Impossibility
  • (from)
  • Philip Guston
  • Philip Guston: the last painter
  • Give my regards to Eighth Street
  • Morton Feldman
  • Abstract art refuses
  • Art-as-art
  • Ad Reinhardt
  • Harry Callahan: a note
  • John Chamberlain
  • On the road: notes on artists and poets 1950-1965
  • The amazing and invariable Beauford Delaney
  • Robert Creeley
  • Pure paints a picture :
  • Painting a portrait of the President
  • Elaine de Kooning
  • The liberating quality of avant-garde art
  • On the humanity of abstract painting
  • Meyer Schapiro
  • The creative act
  • Apropos of "Readymades"
  • Marcel Duchanp
  • Henry Miller
  • Statement
  • From the journals, 1952
  • Grace Hartigan
  • Why I am not a painter
  • David Smith: the color of steel
  • Art chronicle I
  • Larry Rivers: a memoir
  • Frank O'Hara
  • Life among the stones
  • Larry Rivers
  • Introduction to Helen Levitt's A way of seeing
  • Statement on Poetics
  • The painting of Jane Freilicher
  • Short reviews from Art News
  • James Schuyler
  • (from)
  • Beyond the machine
  • Calvin Tomkins
  • At the museum of modern art
  • May Swenson
  • The legacy of Jackson Pollock
  • James Agee
  • Allan Kaprow
  • Happenings: an art of radical juxtaposition
  • Susan Sontag
  • On the painter Beauford Delaney
  • James Baldwin
  • Bruce Conner: a new sensibility
  • Joan Brown
  • Philip Leider
  • A visit with Sam Rodia
  • Kate Steinitz
  • Journals, 1948-50
  • Letter to Jerry Reilly
  • Jess
  • (from)
  • Iconographical extensions
  • Robert Duncan
  • Three letters
  • H. C. Westermann
  • The abstract sublime
  • Robert Rosenblum
  • Month in review, January 1962
  • Charles Burchfield
  • Franz Kline (1910-1962)
  • Philip Pearlstein and the new philistinism
  • Sidney Tillim
  • Jasper Johns: stories and ideas
  • John Cage
  • Statement
  • Sketchbook notes
  • Jasper Johns
  • Statement
  • Robert Rauschenberg
  • My painting
  • Mondrian, Kleenex, and you
  • Contemporary art and the plight of its public
  • Leo Steinberg
  • What is pop art? ;
  • (from)
  • The philosophy of Andy Warhol
  • Andy Warhol
  • (from)
  • Store days
  • Claes Oldenburg
  • The new American "Sign Painters"
  • Robert M. Coates
  • Gene R. Swenson
  • Junkdump fair surveyed
  • John Bernard Myers
  • The paintings of E. E. Cummings
  • Richard Stankiewicz
  • John Graham
  • Against idealism
  • Joseph Cornell
  • A painter obsessed by blue
  • Fairfield Porter
  • The Renaissance and order
  • Edward Hopper: an American vision
  • Hilton Kramer
  • The art of Romare Bearden
  • Ralph Ellison
  • Painting as painting
  • Louis Finkelstein
  • The battle of Paris, strip-tease and Trotsky: some non-scenic travel notes
  • Thomas B. Hess
  • ABC art
  • Barbara Rose
  • What abstract art means to me
  • Local history
  • Specific objects
  • Donald Judd
  • Allusion and illusion in Donald Judd
  • Rosalind Krauss
  • The crystal land
  • Robert Smithson
  • New York letter: Warhol
  • Art and objecthood
  • Michael Fried
  • Willem de Kooning
  • Andy Warhol in Paris
  • Joan Mitchell
  • Leland Bell
  • The invisible avant-garde
  • John Ashbery
  • The thirties
  • Willem de Kooning
  • Katz: collage, cutout, cut-up
  • The silence at night
  • "At first sight, not Pollock, Kline scared"
  • Jackson Pollock
  • "Alex Katz paints his north window"
  • Edwin Denby
  • Jackson Pollock: the infinite labyrinth
  • Parker Tyler
  • Elie Nadelman: sculptor of the dance
  • Lincoln Kirstein
  • An appreciation
  • Tennessee Williams
  • (from)
  • Evil under the sun
  • The romantics were prompted
  • Anton Myrer
  • (from)
  • The search for the real in the visual arts
  • Hans Hofmann
  • Review of an exhibition of Willem de Kooning
  • The role of nature in modern painting
  • "American-type" painting
  • Modernist painting
  • Clement Greenberg
  • Statement
  • Two statements from The tiger's eye
  • An open letter to an art critic
  • Clyfford Still
  • An alphabetical guide to modern art
  • Alphabetical guide no.2
  • Acrostic for Jackson Pollock
  • Dwight Ripley
  • Black or white
  • What abstract art means to me
  • Robert Motherwell
  • Robert Motherwell
  • Mark Rothko
  • Adolph Gottlieb
  • Weldon Kees
  • Reminiscence and reverie
  • Mark Tobey
  • The visionary painting of Morris Graves
  • Kenneth Rexroth
  • Painting in the American grain
  • William Carlos Williams
  • Robert Andrew Parker
  • Marianne Moore
  • The first man was an artist
  • (from)
  • Action on West Fifty-Third Street
  • Dwight Macdonald
  • The American action painters
  • Parable of American painting
  • Evidences
  • Mobile, theatrical, active
  • Harold Rosenberg
  • An academy of risk
  • Mary McCarthy
  • The sublime is now
  • A cahier leaf
  • Statement
  • Four excerpts from a journal
  • Jack Tworkov
  • Joan Mitchell
  • Irving Sandler
  • (from)
  • An emotional memoir of Franz Kline
  • Fielding Dawson
  • (from)
  • Ohio, 1949
  • The recognitions
  • William Gaddis
  • Introduction to Robert Frank's The Americans
  • Jack Kerouac
  • On Richard Avedon
  • Truman Capote
  • Statement
  • Aaron Siskind
  • Against abstract expressionism
  • Randall Jarrell
Control code
ocn871671175
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xxvii, 867 pages, [32] unnumbered pages of plates
Isbn
9781598533101
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2013957900
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color), portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)871671175

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