Southwestern Allure: The Art of the Santa Fe Art Colony considers the development of Santa Fe as an art colony through the artists who visited there and helped establish the city as an artistic center, tracing the colony's formative years from approximately 1915 up to 1940.
Format: Trade paper Number of pages: 80 Illustrations: 62 full-color and black & white
IMPACT is the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, exploring the impact of the careers of America's most influential designers over the past five decades.
Like the exhibition it accompanies, American Treasures: Masterworks From the Butler Institute of American Art, this full color catalog presents a comprehensive representation of the Butler Institute's premiere collection of American Art from the nineteenth to the late twentieth centuries.
Accompanying the exhibition, a fully-illustrated catalogue with essays by important critics and writers George S. Bolge, Dore Ashton, Italo Calvino, Carlos Fuentes, Alain Jouffroy, Octavio Paz, and Antonio Tabucchi.
A fully illustrated, descriptive catalogue with essays by Warren Adelson, Pamela A. Ivinski, and Barbara Stern Shapiro, which tells the story of these rare works and explore Cassatt's virtuosity as a printmaker.
I Shot Warhol, Wesselmann, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, and Indiana: Photographs by Bob Adelman and William John Kennedy catalogue, published in conjunction with the exhibition, I Shot Warhol, Wesselmann, Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, and Indiana Photographs by Bob Adelman and William John Kennedy.
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