La Nouvelle Abstraction Americaine 1950-1970: The New American Abstraction 1950-1970

La Nouvelle Abstraction Americaine 1950-1970: The New American Abstraction 1950-1970
Library Shelf Location 15.USHU
Publication Date Sep 2005
Description This French-language reference set presents a sweeping view of contemporary art's two most revolutionary decades in America, those immediately after WWII. The title of this work takes its inspiration from the catalog of the original exhibition organized in 1963, Towards a New American Abstraction-an event that stirred an already-energetic abstract art scene in America. This reference is a major advance in the scholarship of these seminal decades in art history-an almost molten period in American art that was possible, perhaps only in America, and only during these intense decades. These American artists were the vanguard of what became the vibrant international contemporary art scene we witness today. Many artists here-Mark Rothko, Frank Stella, Morris Louis, and others-would intensify this original spirit in decades that followed; which in turn makes this book an essential addition to any collection on 20th-century art.
ISBN 9788881189687
Quantity 1
Pages 2096
Author Claudine Humblet
Format 3 Hardbacks
Publisher Skira International Corporation
Related Artists Frederick Hammersley, Larry Bell, Robert Irwin, Ad Reinhardt, Ellsworth Kelly, John McCracken, Agnes Martin, Frank Stella, Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman, Richard Smith, Robert Mangold, Paul Brach, Clyfford Still, Adolph Gottlieb, Robert Ryman, Larry Poons, Morris Louis, Leon Polk Smith, Alexander Liberman, John McLaughlin, Lorser Feitelson, Karl Benjamin, Kenneth Noland, Raymond Parker, Al Held, Jack Youngerman, Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Howard Mehring, Paul Reed, Will Insley, Charles Hinman, Sven Lukin, Neil Williams, David Novros, Jules Olitski, Paul Mogensen, Walter Darby Bannard, Tony DeLap, Mark di Suvero, Peter Forakis, Robert Grosvenor, Tony Magar, Forrest Myers, Edwin Ruda, Leo Valledor, Tamara Melcher, Dean Fleming
Keyword Abstract (fine arts style)
Related Country/Global Region United States of America (USA)
Language French

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