Jeffrey Weiss, John Gage, National Gallery of Art (U.S.), Whitney Museum of American Art, Musée d'art moderne de la ville de Paris
Yale University Press, 2000 - Art - 376 pages
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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FOREWORD EARL A POWELL
LENDERS TO THE EXHIBITION
PREFACE IEFFREY WEISS
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS JEFFREY WEISS
NOTES TO THE RE ADER
Color as Subject john gage
Tragedy and Void Barbara novak and
The Painting ofRothko carol
Rothkos Unknown Space ieffrey weiss
INTERVIEWS MARK ROSENTHAL AND JEFFREY WEISS Ellsworth Kelly Brice Marden Gerhard Richter Robert Ryman and George Segal
abstract expressionists Ad Reinhardt American Art architectural artist Avery Barnett Newman Bernard Reis black on gray black paintings Brice Marden brush catalogue chapel paintings characterized Collection of Kate color context courtesy dark paintings December Dionysian Doerner Dominique de Menil drips early effect experience figure format Gallery of Art Giacometti Gottlieb gray paintings ground Houston idea included Jackson Pollock Janis Gallery Kate Rothko Prizel Kooning landscape late later layers light MARK ROSENTHAL Mark Rothko Mark Rothko Foundation Mell Milton Avery Modern Art Motherwell murals Museum of Art Museum of Modern National Gallery Nietzsche oil on canvas paper perception PHOTOGRAPH pictorial space Pollock rectangle Reinhardt relation Robert Goldwater Robert Motherwell Rothko Chapel Rothko shows Rothko's paintings Rothkowitz Sachar Sartre sculpture Sidney Janis strainer Street studio subway surface tacking edges Tate Gallery technique tion tragic Untitled urban viewer void Washington watercolor yellow York