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On Qualifying Abstraction

On Qualifying Abstraction

Megan A. Sullivan— Abstract art has never been one. From its very inception in the early twentieth century, qualifiers have been employed by both artists and scholars so as to… READ MORE

Sounding Alma Thomas

Sounding Alma Thomas

Jonathan Frederick Walz— Perspicacious art historian Melissa Ho—who, in her role as curator of twentieth-century art at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, oversees the largest public collection of Alma Thomas… READ MORE

A Conversation about Joan Mitchell

A Conversation about Joan Mitchell

By Sarah Roberts and Katy Siegel Yale University Press and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art are very pleased to publish a sweeping and beautifully produced retrospective of the… READ MORE

Joan Marter on Women of Abstract Expressionism

Joan Marter on Women of Abstract Expressionism

Welcome to our first Yale University Press art+architecture book podcast! We’ve interviewed Joan Marter, Rutgers professor and editor of the widely-acclaimed book Women of Abstract Expressionism.  We also have a… READ MORE

Wassily Kandinsky and the Abstract

Wassily Kandinsky and the Abstract

Ivy Sanders Schneider – When you encounter some of Wassily Kandinsky’s early works, it can be hard to remember that this artist – who began his career with bright, folk-art… READ MORE

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