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Author: Nancy Spector; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Publisher: New York : Guggenheim Museum Publications : Distributed by Harry N. Abrams, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd rev. edView all editions and formats
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"Revised, expanded, and completely redesigned, this new edition of the Guggenheim Museum's popular guide to its New York collection is a beautifully produced volume, not only a handy overview of the museum's holdings but a concise, engaging primer on 20th-century art." "Organized alphabetically the book consists of entries on more than 250 of the most important paintings, sculptures, and other artworks in the  Read more...
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Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Guggenheim museum collection A to Z.
New York, N.Y. : Guggenheim Museum Publications : Distributed by Abrams, ©2001
(OCoLC)606527116
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nancy Spector; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
ISBN: 0810969300 9780810969308 0892072415 9780892072415
OCLC Number: 798287143
Description: 392 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Marina Abramović --
Vito Acconci --
Josef Albers --
Carl Andre --
Alexander Archipenko --
Jean Arp --
Francis Bacon --
Matthew Barney --
Georg Baselitz --
William Baziotes --
Bernd and Hilla Becher --
Max Beckmann --
Joseph Beuys --
Ross Bleckner --
Pierre Bonnard --
Louise Bourgeois --
Constantin Brancusi --
Georges Braque --
Alberto Burri --
Alexander Calder --
Paul Cézanne --
Marc Chagall --
John Chamberlain --
Francesco Clemente --
Joseph Cornell --
Willem de Kooning --
Robert Delaunay --
Walter De Maria --
Jim Dine --
Stan Douglas --
Jean Dubuffet --
Marcel Duchamp --
Fischli/Weiss --
Dan Flavin --
Lucio Fontana --
Paul Gauguin --
Alberto Giacometti --
Gilbert and George --
Natalia Goncharova --
Felix Gonzalez-Torres --
Peter Halley --
Ann Hamilton --
Eva Hesse --
Hans Hofmann --
Jenny Holzer --
Rebecca Horn --
Roni Horn --
Vasily Kandinsky --
Mike Kelley --
Ellsworth Kelly --
Anselm Kiefer --
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner --
Paul Klee --
Yves Klein --
Franz Kline. Oskar Kokoschka --
Joseph Kosuth --
Jannis Kounellis --
Barbara Kruger --
Frantis̆ek Kupka --
Wilfredo Lam --
Fernand Léger --
Sol LeWitt --
Roy Lichtenstein --
El Lissitzky --
Richard Long --
Morris Louis --
Kazimir Malevich --
Edouard Manet --
Robert Mangold --
Robert Mapplethorpe --
Franz Marc --
Brice Marden --
Agnes Martin --
Henri Matisse --
Gordon Mata-Clark --
Mario Merz --
Annette Messager --
Joan Miró --
Amedeo Modigliani --
László Moholy-Nagy --
Piet Mondrian --
Robert Morris --
Robert Motherwell --
Bruce Nauman --
Louise Nevelson --
Isamu Noguchi --
Cady Noland --
Claes Oldenburg --
Francis Picabia --
Pablo Picasso --
Camille Pissarro --
Michelangelo Pistoletto --
Jackson Pollock --
Liubov Popova --
Martin Puryear --
Robert Rauschenberg --
Ad Reinhardt --
Gerhard Richter --
Mark Rothko --
Henri Rousseau --
Robert Ryman --
David Salle --
Egon Schiele --
Kurt Schwitters --
Richard Serra --
Georges Seurat --
Gino Severini --
Cindy Sherman --
David Smith. Kiki Smith --
Robert Smithson --
Haim Steinbach --
Frank Stella --
Clifford Still --
Antoni Tàpies --
James Turrell --
Cy Twombly --
Vincent van Gogh --
Bill Viola --
Andy Warhol --
Lawrence Weiner --
Gilberto Zorio.

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"Revised, expanded, and completely redesigned, this new edition of the Guggenheim Museum's popular guide to its New York collection is a beautifully produced volume, not only a handy overview of the museum's holdings but a concise, engaging primer on 20th-century art." "Organized alphabetically the book consists of entries on more than 250 of the most important paintings, sculptures, and other artworks in the collection by artists from Marina Abramovic to Gilberto Zorio. Also included are definitions of key terms and concepts of Modern art, from "Action" to "Non-Objective" and beyond." "The Guggenheim Museum Collection is beloved for its wealth of masterpieces by leading Modern artists, such as Marc Chagall, Vasily Kandinsky, and Pablo Picasso. Reflecting the recent growth in the collection, this 2001 edition includes new entries on such artists as Matthew Barney, Robert Gober, Ann Hamilton, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Cindy Sherman, among others. The text is by the museum's curators as well as prominent authors and scholars, including Dore Ashton, Gary Garrels, and Rosalind Krauss."--Jacket.

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