Including extraordinary examples of his career-defining LOVE sculpture, one of the twentieth century’s most iconic works of art, Robert Indiana: A Sculpture Retrospective offers a thorough reassessment of the artist’s work in sculpture, from his earliest assemblages of the 1950s to his late series of remarkable painted bronzes.
Humble and Human: Treasures from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the Detroit Institute of Arts: An Exhibition in Honor of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.
This catalogue was published on the occasion of Humble and Human: An Exhibition in Honor of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. and presents more than forty paintings and sculptures from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the Detroit Institute of Arts.
This catalogue was published on the occasion of the exhibition Introducing Tony Conrad: A Retrospective, on view at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery from March 3 to May 27, 2018. Offering an in-depth introduction to Conrad’s life and career, this richly illustrated volume highlights selected works dated from 1966 to 2016.
With reproductions of nearly 100 paintings, sculptures, and drawings, as well as an introduction by exhibition organizer Cathleen Chaffee, new scholarly essays by Kim Conaty and Dan Nadel, an interview with artist Joe Bradley by the artist Carroll Dunham, and an exhibition history, this richly illustrated catalogue presents the full range of Bradley’s unique take on abstraction and the evolutions of style.
Including reproductions of 25 paintings by Clyfford Still and a group of works Mark Bradford, this exhibition catalogue also features an essay by Albright-Knox Senior Curator Cathleen Chaffee and an interview with Bradford on Still by Michael Auping, Chief Curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Highlighting works of Impressionist, post-Impressionist, and early abstract art from the Albright-Knox's acclaimed collection, The Impressionist Revolution and the Advent of Abstract Art is the first publication dedicated to this segment of the museum's holdings.
This digital catalogue includes information on a number of contemporary artists who use the techniques, technologies, and tropes of animation as tools in their practice as well as short excerpts and images from works created by these artists featured in the related exhibition.
Accompanying the first large-scale museum survey of Erin Shirreff’s work in the United States, this publication contains essays by the exhibition’s organizers, Albright-Knox Art Gallery Senior Curator Dr. Cathleen Chaffee and Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston Mannion Family Senior Curator Jenelle Porter.
The first significant critical appraisal of Paul Feeley's work since his death, this catalogue features essays by exhibition organizer Albright-Knox Chief Curator Emeritus Douglas Dreishpoon; Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the Columbus Museum of Art Tyler Cann; and Raphael Rubinstein.
This is the first anthology of the literature on Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s work to date, including scripts of all fourteen of the artist’s moving-image installations as well as reprints of significant essays and selected interviews with the artist.
This exhibition catalogue contains an in-depth essay by Chief Curator Emeritus Douglas Dreishpoon, which draws on material from previously unpublished transcripts of informal sessions Helen Frankenthaler hosted at various colleges and universities during the 1960s and 1970s.
This exhibition catalogue contains an interview with Kiefer by Peggy Pierce Elfvin Director Janne Sirén, accompanied by a suite of previously unpublished photographs by the artist; an in-depth essay by Deputy Director Joe Lin-Hill; and reflections on the exhibition from audiences in Buffalo and beyond.