WESTERN ARTISTS/AFRICAN ART: TERRY ADKINS, ARMAN, MEL BOCHNER AND LIZBETH MARANO, FRANCESCO CLEMENTE, ELAINE LUSTIG COHEN, KURT DELBANCO, MEL EDWARDS, ERIC FISCHL, HELEN FRANKENTHALER, NANCY GRAVES, JASPER JOHNS, ELLSWORTH KELLY, BRICE MARDEN, OUATTARA, PHILIP PEARLSTEIN, HOWARDENA PINDELL, MARTIN PURYEAR, BEATRICE RIESE, RICHARD SERRA, FRANYO SCHINDLER, LORNA SIMPSON, MERTON SIMPSON, FRANK STELLA, RENEE STOUT, RICHARD TUTTLE, FRED WILSON, TERRY WINTERS, FAITH-DORIAN WRIGHT. Daniel Shapiro and Jack Flam. Museum for African Art, New York, 1994. 102 pp. with 95 ills. (92 col.). 31 x 23 cm. LC 94-75230 ISBN 0945802153 In English.
Showcases African sculptures, masks, stools and other objects from the private collections of 29 contemporary painters and sculptors, presenting fine reproductions of the featured works, brief commentaries by the collectors, and two essays assessing the interest in African art among 20th-century Western modernists from Matisse and Picasso to the present.
Indexing: Non-Western (Traditional/Native Arts), Africa
Worldwide Number: 024527
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