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Thu Oct 16 17:53:25 2014 UTClccn-n791394900.26Ansel Adams at 100 /0.390.86Taking place : photographs from the Prentice and Paul Sack collection /141367783n 79139490370754Museum of Art (San Francisco)Museum of modern artMuseum of Modern Art (San Francisco)Museum of modern art (San Francisco, Calif)San Francisco (Calif.) Museum of Modern ArtSan Francisco (Kalifornie) Museum of Modern ArtSan Francisco museum of artSF MOMASFMOMASFMOMA (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art)containsVIAFID/124811985San Francisco Museum of Artnc-museum of modern art new york n yMuseum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n84208946Phillips, Sandra S.1945-auiedtlccn-n80020337Walker Art Centerpbllccn-n78096940Art Institute of Chicagolccn-n88202156Grynsztejn, Madeleineauiedtcrelccn-n79032811Whitney Museum of American Artpbllccn-n88646661Garrels, Garyothedtlccn-n79129629Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)edtlccn-nr95018021Nickel, Douglas R.(Douglas Robert)1961-lccn-n79065486Solomon R. Guggenheim MuseumSan Francisco Museum of Modern ArtExhibition catalogsHistoryCatalogsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPictorial worksInterviewsPhotographsPhotography, ArtisticUnited StatesSan Francisco Museum of Modern ArtPainting, AmericanAvant-garde (Aesthetics)California--San FranciscoHesse, Eva,Photograph collectionsArt, ModernFauvismEvans, Walker,Arbus, Diane,Kahlo, FridaAdams, Ansel,JapanArt, JapanesePhotographersPortrait photographyArt, AmericanPhotography of womenCameron, Julia Margaret,Picasso, Pablo,Thiebaud, WaynePrecisionismPhotographyInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Calder, Alexander,Salgado, Sebastião,Chagall, Marc,California--San Francisco Bay AreaFigurative artArt and photographyDocumentary photographyLeWitt, Sol,Lange, DorotheaArtAbstract expressionismFrance--ParisArt, FrenchStein familyArt--Private collectionsFranceStill, Clyfford,Minimal artMexicoWomen artistsPaintersSack, PaulSack, PrenticeArchitectural photography196119681974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201455968291983709.2TR647ocn468750373ocn492352270ocn495477862ocn496231899ocn493577368ocn493020460ocn494664466ocn810649631ocn468730410ocn468276566ocn185397792ocn186671453ocn883563645ocn419788650ocn185812473ocn185821991ocn46884066712285ocn002308956book19760.37Elderfield, JohnThe "wild beasts" : Fauvism and its affinitiesExhibition catalogs108715ocn052347878book20030.31Arbus, DianeDiane Arbus : revelationsExhibition catalogs"The book reproduces two hundred full-page duotones of Diane Arbus photographs spanning her entire career, many of them never before seen. It also includes an essay, "The Question of Belief," by Sandra S. Phillips, senior curator of photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and "In the Darkroom," a discussion of Arbus's printing techniques by Neil Selkirk, the only person authorized to print her photographs since her death. A 104-page Chronology by Elizabeth Sussman, guest curator of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art show, and Doon Arbus, the artist's eldest daughter, illustrated by more than three hundred additional images and composed mainly of previously unpublished excerpts from the artist's letters, notebooks, and other writings, amounts to a kind of autobiography. An Afterword by Doon Arbus precedes biographical entries on the photographer's friends and colleagues by Jeff I. Rosenheim, associate curator of photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. These texts help illuminate the meaning of Diane Arbus's controversial and astonishing vision."--Jacket+-+457150028510835ocn042736416book20000.30Evans, WalkerWalker EvansExhibition catalogsShares selected images from the American photographer's life's work, and analyzes a career that spanned more than four decades+-+8325056415102420ocn045610027book20010.26Szarkowski, JohnAnsel Adams at 100Exhibition catalogsCommemorates the art of the late landscape photographer and accompanies an international exhibit by showcasing 114 photographic images complemented by a critical essay on Adams' contributions to modern art+-+K01377673510093ocn029877932book19940.35Munroe, AlexandraJapanese art after 1945 : scream against the skyHistoryExhibition catalogsOm japansk kunst efter 1945+-+57608456359834ocn008222770book19820.37Tsujimoto, KarenImages of America : precisionist painting and modern photographyExhibition catalogs9793ocn012237847book19850.37Tsujimoto, KarenWayne ThiebaudExhibition catalogs9782ocn039360550book19980.30Wolf, SylviaJulia Margaret Cameron's womenExhibition catalogs"Cameron is recognized as a pioneer of photography and one of the great portrait photographers of all time. The bulk of her work consists of portraits of women. This book is the first to concentrate on this central aspect of Cameron's work, providing new information and insights about one of photography's most visionary practitioners."--BOOK JACKET+-+06322555859718ocn063116930book20060.30FitzGerald, Michael CPicasso and American artHistoryExhibition catalogs"Picasso and American Art is a publication juxtaposing works by Picasso with the paintings, sculptures, and drawings created in response by an extremely diverse group of his contemporaries and successors, including Max Weber, Stuart Davis, Arshile Gorky, John Graham, Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, David Smith, Roy Lichtenstein, and Jasper Johns." "Based on extensive research, Michael FitzGerald's text provides valuable new information on the fundamental role that Picasso played in the development of modern American art - both through his friendships with individual artists and through the dissemination of his evolving work. This book also documents, for the first time, the accessibility of Picasso's work in the United States between 1910 and 1957 in exhibitions, collections, and publications through a comprehensive chronology."--BOOK JACKET+-+970966558595015ocn048084123book20020.50Hesse, EvaEva HesseCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsExhibition catalogsIndlæg af: Elisabeth Sussman, Renate Petzinger, James Meyer, Briony Fer, Gioia Timpanelli, Julian Bryan-Wilson, Robin Clark, Scott Rothkopf, Michelle Barger og Jill Sterrett+-+53164555858893ocn038055887book19980.37Prather, MarlaAlexander Calder, 1898-1976Exhibition catalogsCatalogue of a centenary retrospective exhibition of 265 objects by Alexander Calder, including sculptures, paintings, drawings and jewelry. Text of the catalogue is divided into five chronological sections each of which is accompanied by a detailed chronology. The exhibition emphasizes the artist's early career into the 1940s when he created his first mobiles, stabiles and standing mobiles. His monumental public scuptures from the last two-and-a-half decades of his career is the focus of the final section. The publication also includes an essay titled Staging Movement by Arnauld Pierre and a detailed exhibition history by Alexander S.C. Rower+-+73602555853248868ocn022701623book19900.37Salgado, SebastiãoAn uncertain gracePhotographsPictorial worksExhibition catalogsFrom a Brazilian mine where 50,000 mud-covered men haul heavy bags of dirt up and down slippery ladders in search of a stray nugget of gold, to a former lake in western Africa now swallowed by the encroaching desert, where emaciated, starving people walk over its surface of sand, photographer Sebastião Salgado explores the live of the planet's often ignored people with a critical eye and an empathetic heart+-+56796384358288ocn052127432book20030.26Chagall, MarcMarc ChagallCriticism, interpretation, etcCatalogsExhibition catalogsMarc Chagall is one of the twentieth century's favorite artists, known and admired for his rich palette, his inventive approach, his accessible subjects, and the rich traditions behind his work. Combining fantasy, spirituality, and nostalgia with a distinctive modern painting style, Chagall's canvases are infused with a joyous, dreamlike simplicity. Even as styles shifted from Cubism to Suprematism to Surrealism, his work remained individual and idiosyncratic-sometimes harming his art world reputation, but never his popular appeal. Lavishly illustrated with more than one hundred and fifty color reproductions, Marc Chagall is the first full-scale survey of the artist's work in nearly twenty years. An introductory essay by exhibition curator Jean-Michel Foray contextualizes the Russian-born artist's work, while a heavily illustrated chronology of Chagall's life assembled by Meret Meyer Graber and Jakov Bruk details the many stages of his career. The work is organized into four sections, each with an introduction by Foray, to help make sense of the artist's prodigious oeuvre. This catalogue is published on the occasion of a major retrospective conceived by Reunion des Musees Nationaux, Paris, with the Musee National Message Biblique Marc Chagall, Nice, and co-organized with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art+-+66719456358164ocn154788584book20070.33Kahlo, FridaFrida KahloBiographyExhibition catalogs"Frida Kahlo's paintings and person illustrate the inevitable intertwining of freedom and pain, embodying the heroic reclamation of self and the repudiation of social repression through the art-making process. She is a woman both of her time and ours. Born in 1907, on the cusp of a new century, she was a radical in imagining and then asserting a peculiarly adventuresome artistic, sexual, and political identity. In her paintings she blurred the realms of saints and shamans as well as the cosmological and the technological, often permitting shockingly personal depictions of her physical and psychological pain to bleed into the iconography of Mexico's Aztec, colonial, and revolutionary history. This overturning of traditional approaches to thinking, seeing, and fantasizing is clear in the fearless self-portraits Kahlo constructed as well as in the life she lived." "This richly illustrated catalogue features more than 80 of Kahlo's works, including the hauntingly seductive and often brutal self-portraits, as well as a selection of key portraits and still-lifes that span the years of her career, up to her death in 1954, New critical essays by Elizabeth Carpenter, Hayden Herrera, and Victor Zamudio-Taylor examine Kahlo's position within art history and visual culture. Also reproduced are more than 100 photographs that belonged to Kahlo and her husband, renowned Mexican muralist Diego Rivera, some taken by eminent photographers of the period such as Lola Alvarez Bravo, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Gisele Freund, Tina Modotti, and Nickolas Muray. More personal snapshots show Kahlo with family and friends, among them luminaries Andre Breton and Leon Trotsky, and many carry graphic inscriptions and interventions by the artist. An illustrated timeline, bibliography, and exhibition history offer added context."--Jacket+-+13359108457944ocn021294814book19890.47Jones, Caroline ABay Area figurative art, 1950-1965Exhibition catalogs+-+979315570577012ocn042813032book20000.53LeWitt, SolSol LeWitt : a retrospectiveExhibition catalogs"This book, the first retrospective of LeWitt's work in more than twenty years, fosters a deeper understanding of the artist's career and its significance to American art and thought." "Including essays by a number of curators and art historians, this volume charts the evolution of LeWitt's art from his work in Conceptualism during the early 1960s through his turn toward a more lyrical and sensual form of abstraction round 1980. With over 450 images, the book provides a visual survey of LeWitt's oeuvre from 1960 to the present, including wall drawings, three-dimensional structures, works on paper and photographs."--BOOK JACKET+-+53083555857448ocn029255252book19930.37Heyman, Therese ThauDorothea Lange : American photographsExhibition catalogs+-+30725366356734ocn008891524book19820.53Stillman, Andrea GrayAnsel Adams : an American Place, 1936Exhibition catalogs6656ocn670481314book20110.50The Steins collect : Matisse, Picasso, and the Parisian avant-gardeHistoryBiographyExhibition catalogs"As American expatriates living in Paris, the writer Gertrude Stein, her brothers Leo and Michael, and Michael's wife Sarah were absolutely pivotal in shaping the city's vibrant cultural life in the early 20th century. They hosted Saturday evening salons at which the brightest artists, writers, musicians, and collectors convened to discuss the latest developments. They aggressively promoted and collected emerging painters and sculptors, particularly their close friends Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso. And along the way they developed unparalleled holdings in modernist work by such figures as Paul Cézanne, Juan Gris, Francis Picabia, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Lavishly produced and featuring more than 600 images, The Steins Collect is the first comprehensive exploration of the Steins' extraordinary collections and their enduring cultural influence. The book explores the Steins' impact on art-making and collecting practices in Europe and the United States; the intense sibling rivalries that developed around key artists and ideas; the roots of Leo's aesthetic theories in the thought of William James and Bernard Berenson; Sarah and Michael's role in founding the Académie Matisse; Gertrude's complex relationship with Picasso and their artistic influence on each other; Le Corbusier's radical villa design for the family; and much more. The Steins Collect not only reveals the artistic prescience of this innovative family and their important patronage, but also traces how they created a new international standard of taste for modern art."--Publisher's description+-+36941655856635ocn031753720book19960.50Landauer, SusanThe San Francisco school of abstract expressionism+-+95613557057842ocn013861499book19860.37San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtPhotography, a facet of modernism : photographs from the San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtExhibition catalogs5902ocn010798856book19850.37San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtSan Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the painting and sculpture collectionCatalogs2142ocn038738931book19980.74San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtPicturing modernity : highlights from the photography collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtCatalogs+-+K1962936452114ocn435711437book20090.79San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtSan Francisco Museum of Modern Art : 75 years of looking forwardHistory+-+79362936451794ocn057393685book20050.86San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtTaking place : photographs from the Prentice and Paul Sack collectionCatalogsExhibition catalogs1363ocn056042154book20020.77San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtSFMOMA painting and sculpture highlightsCatalogs1022ocn015791425book19870.77San Francisco Museum of Modern ArtFacets of the collectionCatalogsExhibition catalogs361ocn029357265book19920.50Still, ClyffordClyfford Still, 1904-1980 : the Buffalo and San Francisco collectionsExhibition catalogs+-+123668642832431ocn224907306book19960.47GnomonExhibition catalogs11ocn857167743visu19910.47Wilson, RobertRobert Wilson's vision an exhibition of works by Robert Wilson with a sound environment by Hans Peter KuhnExhibition catalogs+-+7404845635+-+8325056415+-+8325056415Thu Oct 16 15:24:34 EDT 2014batch38921