22/02/2013

Abstract painting and sculpture in America, 1927-1944

Abstract painting and sculpture in America

1927-1944

John R. Lane  Susan C. Larsen

Carnegie Institute Museum of Art Pittsburgh

in Association with Harry N. Abrams, Inc. Publishers,

New York

1983

ISBN 0-8109-1805-6

 

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Catalogue and travelling exhibition

are focused  on the work of forty-three  artists,  analyzing the impact of this early generation of American modernists and offering  a large  look at a variety of artistic styles, methods, and artists.

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Among the Artists, Artistic Group, Institutions of the time cited on the book:

A.E.Gallatin,

  Abstraction-Creation, Josef Albers, American Abstract Artists,   Arshile Gorky, Art Students League, Balcomb Greene, Bauhaus,  Burgoyne Diller, Byron Browne, Charles Biederman,   David Smith ,  Federal Art Project,  FRITZ GLARNER,  George L. K. Morris,  HARRY HOLTZMAN, Jena Helion, Hans Hofmann ,ILYA BOLOTOWSKY, Jan Matulka, John Graham, Vassily Kandinsky, Fernand Leger ,Moholy-Nagy, Piet Mondrian, Neo-Plasticism, Noguchi ,Pablo Picasso, Rebay, Reinhardt, Rice, Pereira,  Stuart Davis

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HARRY HOLTZMAN

was present in the exhibition

with 3 art works

Horizontal Volume

Square volume with green

Lateral Volume #1

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The selection

travelled and was re-exhibited among the other in the following Museum

SAN FRANCISCO MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

SAN FRANCISCO

WHITNEY MUSUEM OF AMERICAN ART

NEW YORK

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WEB REFERENCES

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JSTOR:

Abstract Art in America before Abstract Expressionism

Joan Marter
Art Journal
Vol. 44, No. 3, Art and Science: Part II, Physical Sciences (Autumn, 1984), pp. 289-292
Published by:

College Art Association

Article Stable URL:

http://www.jstor.org/stable/776830  

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