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Fri Mar 21 17:04:15 2014 UTClccn-n800050740.32Joseph Cornell : master of dreams /0.451.00Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel collection,120607929n 80005074387708lccn-n79065486Solomon R. Guggenheim Museumothlccn-n50057203Lichtenstein, Roy1923-1997illhnrlccn-n50016406Cornell, Josephilllccn-n50047882Rothko, Mark1903-1970illartlccn-n83149905De Kooning, Willem1904-1997othartlccn-n79053084Exxon Corporationothnc-museum of contemporary art los angeles califMuseum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, Calif.)lccn-n79100538Kelly, Ellsworth1923-illartlccn-n84221513Holzer, Jenny1950-illartnc-musee des beaux arts de montrealMusée des beaux-arts de MontréalWaldman, DianeExhibition catalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyInterviewsCatalogsBibliographyDe Kooning, Willem,United StatesCornell, JosephRothko, Mark,Lichtenstein, Roy,Holzer, Jenny,PaintersArt, ModernFound objects (Art)Assemblage (Art)CollageWomen in artGorky, Arshile,Baselitz, Georg,ArtistsGottlieb, Adolph,Caro, Anthony,Great BritainSculptorsKelly, Ellsworth,Abstract expressionismCucchi, EnzoPainting, AmericanFeminism and motion picturesArt, BritishArt, AmericanExpressionism (Art)--InfluenceWords in artMuseum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)SculptureHess, Thomas BPop artDrawing, AmericanSurrealismPainting, AbstractEnglandAsia--ArmeniaPainting, ModernGermanyNoland, Kenneth,Lieber, Tom,Karp, Aaron,Cohen, Bruce,Hepper, Carol,Pepper, BeverlyPittas, MichaelNonas, RichardGwathmey, Charles,Katz, Alex,Wenders, Wim19361965196719681969197019711972197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032006201019158140528759.13ND237.D334ocn313792414ocn312570097ocn263165710ocn456317943ocn468594775ocn468636851ocn657966266ocn301765547ocn613782879ocn443581217ocn310780255ocn315822976ocn439268330ocn464137029ocn450246292ocn838120976ocn838120965ocn185890570ocn418519344ocn864388833ocn742335214253447ocn029232214book19690.37Lichtenstein, RoyRoy LichtensteinCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsBriefly describes Lichtenstein's life and career, shows his major paintings, and includes comments on their composition+-+9023145635154625ocn015367142book19700.37De Kooning, WillemWillem de KooningCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogsDiscusses the art of Willem de Kooning from the student in the Netherlands to the struggling artist in America+-+0986645635145446ocn004641999book19780.33Rothko, MarkMark Rothko, 1903-1970 : a retrospectiveCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyExhibition catalogsCatalogue of the exhibition entitled: Mark Rothko, 1903-1970: a retrospective, held at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York in 1978+-+6230645635108218ocn003003978book19670.39Cornell, JosephJoseph CornellCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsInleiding tot het werk van de Amerikaanse surrealistische kunstenaar (1903-1972)9649ocn048588962book20020.32Waldman, DianeJoseph Cornell : master of dreamsCriticism, interpretation, etc"Out of the fantasies that enriched a private, often reclusive life, Joseph Cornell created a "poetic theater of memory." His box constructions and collages feature such characters as a Medici princess, birds, ballerinas, and movie stars. Using the seemingly commonplace materials that he collected in five-and-dime stores and other shops in New York City - cordial glasses, mirrors, marbles, and maps among them - along with clippings from books and magazines, childhood games, and Victorian illustrations, Cornell beckons us into a world at once distantly magical and tantalizingly, nostalgically "home."" "Diane Waldman first met Cornell in 1963, when she was writing her master of fine arts' thesis on the subject of his art, and their friendship continued until his death. Over the years, Waldman has written often about Cornell, adding to the analysis of his art her own personal knowledge gained from interviews with the artist and his family as well as Cornell's letters and papers. In this volume she probes Cornell's elusive imagery in his earliest Surrealist-inspired collages of the 1930s, his masterful box constructions of the 1940s and 1950s, his experimental films, and his final collages in his last years."--BOOK JACKET+-+870744563595622ocn037207706book19890.53Waldman, DianeJenny HolzerCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsExhibition catalogsThis revised and greatly expanded edition of the book originally published on the occasion of Holzer's celebrated exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in 1989 is a comprehensive document of the artist's career. A complete collection of the artist's writings, up to and including her 1996 text for a monument in Erlauf, Austria, is accompanied by color photography of the entire range of Holzer's installations and projects+-+715728903632486011ocn025281202book19920.39Waldman, DianeCollage, assemblage, and the found objectIn 1912 Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso created the first papiers colles by gluing pieces of oak-grained faux bois wallpaper onto their drawings. In 1917 Marcel Duchamp selected a urinal, signed it R. Mutt, and presented it as an object of art under the title Fountain. In 1919 Kurt Schwitters began gathering scraps of rubbish and assembled them into a series of works that he titled Merz constructions. These acts represent three of the most significant achievements in twentieth-century art. The definitive book on its subject, Collage, Assemblage, and the Found Object offers a comprehensive and dynamic history of the mediums that revolutionized our ideas about the nature of art and influenced virtually every major art movement of the twentieth century. Made up of fragments, of debris, of rejected pieces and common artifacts of popular culture, collage and assemblage are arts of protest, of challenge, of exploration. They emphasize the everyday and commonplace over precious materials and refinement; concept and process over end product; the temporary and ephemeral over the lasting. They propose a dislocation in time and space and, by the nature of their makeup, offer multiple layers of meaning. They also furnish a compelling historical record of their time. All these currents are explored by Diane Waldman, deputy director and senior curator of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. In clear and cogent prose, generously illustrated with examples and comparative works, she traces collage, the found object - and the related development, assemblage - from their Cubist beginnings to the present. Waldman moves from the outrageous experiments of the Dadaists in the 1920s to the irreverent debunkings of the 1960s Pop artists to the provocative appropriation art of the 1990s; from the intricate towers and assemblages of the Russian Constructivists early in this century to the surprising piles of materials put together by such midcentury artists as Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, and John Chamberlain; from the cerebral and Freudian collages and objects of the Surrealists in the 1920s and 1930s to the probing conundrums posed by the conceptualists of the 1980s and 1990s. A lively book on lively arts, Collage, Assemblage, and the Found Object gives us a comprehensive and dynamic view of what are arguably the most important artistic developments of our time8038ocn000312092book19680.53Gottlieb, AdolphAdolph GottliebExhibition catalogs7257ocn007356815book19810.47Waldman, DianeArshile Gorky, 1904-1948 : a retrospectiveExhibition catalogs62611ocn007923773book19820.56Waldman, DianeAnthony CaroBiography6105ocn000354029book19710.50Kelly, EllsworthEllsworth Kelly; drawings, collages, prints57010ocn036362409book19960.37Kelly, EllsworthEllsworth Kelly : a retrospectiveExhibition catalogsWorks on paper (including several that have never been published): early abstract paintings and reliefs; figurative drawings; collages; photographs; paintings featuring a synthesis of biomorphic and geometric form; single-panel and multipanel paintings; shaped panels; and many of his sculptures, including the first two (from 1959) through the most recent (from 1996). her essay - an overview of Kelly's entire career - and four additional essays on various aspects of his53511ocn032899341book19930.50Waldman, DianeGeorg BaselitzBibliographyExhibition catalogsThis monograph, by Guggenheim Deputy Director and Senior Curator Diane Waldman, documents every phase of the artist's career as a painter and sculptor. New translations of many of Baselitz's writings provide additional insight into his radical use of the figure in painting. A chronology, bibliography, and exhibition history are also included+-+60331456354675ocn003310053book19770.59Noland, KennethKenneth Noland : a retrospective : the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York4358ocn013357836book19860.59Waldman, DianeEnzo CucchiCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogs4039ocn039951703book19990.70Feminism and documentaryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+52558116353838ocn006329845book19790.63Waldman, DianeBritish art now : an American perspective : 1980 Exxon International ExhibitionExhibition catalogs3638ocn010189175book19830.70Waldman, DianeNew perspectives in American art : 1983 Exxon national exhibitionExhibition catalogs3306ocn000105252book19700.73Waldman, DianeCarl Andre3204ocn032180359book19940.66Rothko, MarkMark Rothko in New YorkBiographyCatalogs31ocn426205681book19710.50Kelly, EllsworthEllsworth Kelly; drawings, collages, prints11ocn712291097mix1.00Diamonstein-Spielvogel, BarbaraleeBarbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel collectionBiographyInterviewsThe collection also contains twenty-eight unedited audiotapes consisting of additional interviews conducted by Diamonstein-Spielvogel, accompanied by a book of transcriptions entitled Singular Voices: Americans Who Make a Difference+-+6230645635+-+6230645635Fri Mar 21 15:14:41 EDT 2014batch25488