A series of important early interviews conducted for television with seminal East Coast artists and their associates–including Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Helen Frankenthaler, Frank Stella and Andy Warhol.
with interviews by Alan Solomon
Survey of emerging Czech artist Vojtěch Kovařík's surreal worlds populated by figures from classical Greek and Roman mythology.
with contributions by Alex Bacon, Jeppe Ugelvig
Critical biography of pioneering pop and conceptual artist Billy Apple who established his career between London, New York, and New Zealand.
Comprehensive bilingual monograph on multifaceted Brazilian artist Solange Pessoa.
with contributions by
Eduardo Jorge de Oliveira
Unpublished interviews with California light and space artists Craig Kauffman, Larry Bell, James Turrell, and Robert Irwin from 1969.
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution
Christina Barton discusses Billy Apple's pioneering work in neon.
Cecilia Fajardo-Hill examines Solange Pessoa's provocative and sometimes controversial use of unconventional materials in her work of the 1990s.
Robert Irwin explains the genesis of his transitional disc works of the late 1960s.
subtle examples of billy apple’s site responsive installation practice of the late 1970s that pointedly analyze the power dynamics of the artworld.
Selections from the catalogue for a 1969 exhibition of West Coast artists at the Pasadena Art Museum. Features artist portraits by Jerry McMillan, known for his documentation of the Los Angeles art scene in this period.
Solange Pessoa's visual meditation on humble, yet beautiful passages of nature in the Minas Gerais region of Brazil.
Photographs by John Chamberlain of Larry Bell receiving delivery of a vacuum-deposition chamber in spring 1969.