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Contents Preface I: Modernism and Abstraction Kandinsky and the Birth of Abstraction Mondrian and Mysticism Art, Revolution, and Kazimir Malevich Abstraction and Utopia Abstraction in America: Marsden Hartley and Arthur Dove Was Rothko an Abstract Painter? Jackson Pollock and the New York School II: Modernism and Its Critics Clement Greenberg in the Forties Clement Greenberg and the Cold War T. J. Clark and the Marxist Critique of Modern Painting Rembrandt as Warhol: Svetlana Alpers's "Enterprise" III: Modernism & After Essays Richard Serra at MOMA The Death of Andy Warhol How Good Was Gauguin? John Szarkowski's "History of Photographic Pictures" Reflections on Matisse Philip Johnson's Brilliant Career Duchamp and His Legacy Leger's Modernism Bonnard and "the Stupidities" A Gallery Chronicle Robert Mapplethorpe at the Whitney Anselm Kiefer at MOMA Helen Frankenthaler at MOMA Allegories of Modernism at MOMA Fairfield Porter at Hunter Thomas Hoving's Tenure at the Met Bruce Nauman at MOMA Odd Nerdum at Forum Gallery Florine Stettheimer at the Whitney Elie Nadelman at Zabriskie Gallery Alex Katz at Marlborough Gallery Andrew Forge at the Yale Center for British Art Georges Braque at the Royal Academy Richard Diebenkorn at the Whitney Arthur Dove at the Phillips Collection Richard Pousette-Dart at the Met Gustave Courbet at Salander-O'Reilly Jinny and Bagley Wright Collection at the Seattle Art Museum Honor¿ Daumier at the Phillips Collection Thomas Eakins at the Philadelphia Museum The Thaw Collection at the Met and the Morgan Gallery Lois Dodd at Alexandre Gallery Christopher Wilmarth at the Fogg Museum Max Beckmann at MOMA Manet at the Art Institute of Chicago The Matisse Collection at the Met John Walker at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art R. B. Kitaj at Marlborough Gallery Marvin Bileck and Emily Nelligan at Alexandre Gallery Oscar Bluemner at the Whitney IV: Modernism and Its Institutions Modernism and Its Institutions Has Success Spoiled the Art Museum? Tate Modern Inside and Out The Man Who Created MOMA Does Abstract Art Have a Future? Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Art, Modern -- 20th century.
Art, Modern -- 21st century.