The Albright-Knox’s publications program is an essential part of the museum’s mission to share information with the public about its history, buildings, exhibitions, and collections. From award-winning exhibition books to digital catalogues and unique collaborations with artists, outside scholars, and the Buffalo-Niagara community, Albright-Knox publications have captured history in the making for more than 150 years.
This catalogue features a historical essay by exhibition curator Heather Pesanti, as well as contributing essays on several of the various venues and organizations that galvanized the period and interviews by Pesanti with well-known figures from the era.
This publication features an in-depth essay by the curator and art critic David Pagel, a conversation between Albright-Knox Director Louis Grachos and Chief Curator Douglas Dreishpoon, introductions to the exhibition's themes by Curator Heather Pesanti, and a fully illustrated list of the more than 1,100 works of art that have entered the collection between 2002 and 2012.
Extreme Abstraction Revisited documents the Albright-Knox's 2005 exhibition Extreme Abstraction, and it includes an extensive visual walk-through of the exhibition and a fully illustrated checklist of the more than 250 works of art in the exhibition.
Accompanying the first-ever exhibition of works in new media drawn exclusively from the Albright-Knox’s collection, this publication features a thematic essay by exhibition curator Holly E. Hughes as well as an illustrated checklist of works in the exhibition.
This richly illustrated catalogue featured essays by Albright-Knox Chief Curator Douglas Dreishpoon and Head of Research Resources Susana Tejada, texts on each of the works in the exhibition, and a timeline of the museum’s 150-year history.
This fully illustrated catalogue examines Guillermo Kuitca's production between 1980 and 2008, including many unpublished paintings and works on paper, and addresses his relationship to drawing, a previously unexplored aspect of his work that significantly influenced his approach to painting.
Insightful essays by exhibition curator Douglas Dreishpoon, Marla Prather, and architect William Pedersen, along with an in-depth interview by Dreishpoon with the artist, afford an intimate look at Robert Mangold's artistic roots and development.
This publication features an essay by independent curator and art critic Lilly Wei, a comprehensive glossary of terms and techniques pertaining to works on paper, and an illustrated checklist of all works on paper in the museum's Forman Collection.
Focusing on Minimalist works concerned with color and light, this exhibition catalogue includes conversations between noted collector Giuseppe Panza di Biumo and Albright-Knox Chief Curator Douglas Dreishpoon and an essay by David Bonetti.