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Fantastic! The Comic Art of Sandy Plunkett
This catalog is the companion to the exhibition Fantastic! The Comic Art of Sandy Plunkett. It contains 55 pages, which includes full color reproductions of selected works featured in the exhibition, an introduction by Guest Curator, Dave Filipi, an interview with Sandy Plunkett conducted, and an essay by Sandy Plunkett entitled, "The Beguiling Art." A full exhibition checklist is also included.
The exhibition features some 50 works, tracing Sandy Plunkett’s career from his early days within the industry to more recent commercial and independent works that display his highly fluid, often romantic stylization.
Guest Curator: Dave Filipi, Wexner Center for the Arts, Director of Film/Video
Price: $35.00 + tax
Kennedy Museum of Art is exhibiting a selection of Breverman’s prints from the Museum’s permanent collection in an exhibit entitled Beyond First Impressions, Prints of Harvey Breverman, which will be displayed until January 16, 2011.
Cultural Order/Natural Chaos
Herman Leonard Jazz Portraits
Published by Fotofolio.comThis unique book is made up of 30 black and white postcards, bound to create a 5”x7” book. It offers a sampling of Herman Leonard’s stunning black and white photographs of the greatest jazz musicians of the 20th century, including Dizzie Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald and Miles Davis. Originals of a portion of the photographs included reside in the Kennedy Museum of Art collection.
Price: $10.00No discount available on this item.
Weaving Is Life
The Kennedy Museum of Art is pleased to announce the publication of its latest exhibition catalogue, Weaving Is Life. This companion publication to KMA’s current exhibition of the same name contains 80 pages of beautiful, full color reproductions of key weavings featured in the exhibition. The Weaving is Life exhibition, closing in June of 2007, features multiple generations of Navajo weavers, exquisitely crafted artworks, and first-hand narratives that demonstrate how Navajo weaving functions as an important carrier of cultural values. Featured artists include D.Y. Begay, the late Grace Henderson Nez, Mary Henderson Begay, Gloria Jean Begay, Glenebah Hardy, Irene Clark, Teresa Clark, Lillie Taylor, Rosie Taylor, and Diane Taylor-Beall. D.Y. Begay contributed to the catalogue with an insightful essay on her experience as co-curator of the exhibition.
Member Price: $16.95
Burhan Dogancay: Doors & Walls
This full-color book includes some biographical information as well as brief explanations of some of the works shown.
Member Price: $12.70
In Celebration of Emerging Native American Artists
Every artist participating in this exhibition is portrayed in this catalog with a brief biographical piece discussing their origins and inspirations of their works.
Member Price: $8.45
Harriet Whitney Frishmuth - Small Bronzes
Exhibition CatalogueSeptember 8, 2001 – November 11, 2001
As an American sculptor of small bronzes in the early 20th century, Harriet Whitney Frismuth was greatly influenced by the Beaux-Arts Styles. This catalogue demonstrates how Frishmuth was different from the many other artists working in this style. Her pieces are praised for their beauty and limited potential for interpretation. Her theme, striving for spiritual ecstasy, is brilliantly reflected in the plates as well as explained briefly in the beginning.
Member Price: $16.95
The Trisolini Print Project, From the Contemporary Print Collection Kennedy Museum of Art
January 18 – March 13, 2005
The catalog and exhibition pay homage to the vision of Henry H. Lin, former dean of the College of Fine Arts, who initiated the project in 1978, and to master printer Donald Roberts, professor emeritus of art, who coordinated the project from 1978 to 1984.