Art Institute of Chicago, 1997 - Art - 208 pages
Ivan Albright, the first full-scale monograph on the artist in nearly two decades, is published in conjunction with a major retrospective celebrating the centennial of his birth. Organized by The Art Institute of Chicago, which holds the largest collection of Albright's work, the exhibition is also appearing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
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