Jackson Pollock: interviews, articles, and reviews

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Museum of Modern Art : Distributed by H.N. Abrams, 1999 - Art - 283 pages
This invaluable sourcebook collects texts by and about Pollock published from the 1940s through the 1990s, revealing the varied and often surprising response to his work. Later articles trace the growth of Pollockís myth after his death in 1956 and document the continuing debate over psychological and mythological interpretations of Pollockís work. Selections include interviews with the artist himself and with his wife, the painter Lee Krasner, as well as reviews and articles from magazines, journals, and newspapers. Many of the original sources are out of print and difficult to access. Gathered in a single volume, these texts represent an essential resource for anyone interested in the development of twentieth-century art.

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Introduction
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A Questionnaire Arts and Architecture February 1944
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Handwritten statements undated
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Copyright

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Karmel is an adjunct assistant curator at the Modern Museum of Art.

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