Mark Rothko

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Yale University Press, 2000 - Art - 376 pages
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Catalogue of a retrospective exhibition of 115 paintings on canvas and on paper from virtually every period of the artist's career. Contains four essays on color, darkness, surface and space in Rothko's work by John Gage, Barbara Novak and Brian O'Doherty, Carol Mancusi-Ungaro, and Jeffrey Weiss. There is also a chronology by Jessica Stewart and interviews on Rothko's legacy between Jeffrey Weiss and Mark Rosenthal and five artists: Ellsworth Kelly, Brice Marden, Gerhard Richter, Robert Ryman and George Segal.
 

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Contents

FOREWORD EARL A POWELL
8
LENDERS TO THE EXHIBITION
9
PREFACE IEFFREY WEISS
10
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS JEFFREY WEISS
13
NOTES TO THE RE ADER
14
CATALOGUE ESSAYS
15
Color as Subject john gage
246
Tragedy and Void Barbara novak and
264
The Painting ofRothko carol
282
Rothkos Unknown Space ieffrey weiss
302
CHRONOLOGY JESSK
331
INTERVIEWS MARK ROSENTHAL AND JEFFREY WEISS Ellsworth Kelly Brice Marden Gerhard Richter Robert Ryman and George Segal
353
PHOTOGRAPHIC credits
376

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Weiss is organizing curator of the Mark Rothko exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

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MARK ROSENTHAL is the Abra Prentice Wilkin Curator of Large Mammals at Lincoln Park Zoo.

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