Publications available from the Lehman College Art Gallery

 

To order, please send a check for the catalogue plus $2.50 shipping and handling to:

Lehman College Art Gallery, 250 Bedford Park Blvd. West, Bronx, NY 10468.

 

 

Public Art in the Bronx

Essays by Sally Webster and Susan Hoeltzel

$25

Landscape in the Age of Anxiety

 

Essay by Nina Castelli Sundell

 

$15

Lisa Corrine Davis:
INDEX

Essays by Franklin Sirmans and Susan Hoeltzel

$10

Alice Adams: PUBLIC PROJECTS

 

Essays by Susan Nigra Snyder and Susan Hoeltzel

 

$25

The Bronx Celebrates:

Vito Acconci, Michael Goldberg, Al Held, Alfred Leslie, Larry Rivers, Ann Sperry, and George Sugarman

 

Essay by Nina Castelli Sundell

 

$10

Jorge Tacla: Memory of Place

 

Essay by Dan Rubey

 

$20

The Works of Rigoberto Torres

 

Essays by Susan Hoeltzel and Dan Cameron

 

$30

Leo Lionni Drawings

 

Essays by Nina Castelli Sundell and Brian Swann

 

$10

 

Four Story Building

Essay by Kerri Sakamoto

$5

 

Catalina Parra in Retrospect

 

Introduction by Jane Farver

 

Essays by Julia P. Herzberg and Ronald Christ

 

$25

The Bronx Celebrates: Whitfield Lovelll

Essays by John Lau, Susan Hoeltzel, and Elisabeth Lorin

$20

Luis Camnitzer: Retrospective Exhibition 1966-1990

Essays by Mari Carmen Ramirez, Geraldo Mosquera, and Luis Camnitzer

Introduction by
Jane Farver

$25

 

The Turning Point: Art and Politics in Nineteen Sixty-Eight

Essays by Nina Castelli Sundell and Irwin Unger

$30

Contemporary Chinese Art and the Literary Culture of China

Essays by Patricia Eichenbaum Karetzky, Zhang Er, and Leonard Schwartz

Poetry by Yang Lian, Mo Fei, and Zhai Yongming

$25

Natalya Nesterova

Russian Wanderings

 

Essays by Alexandre Gertzman, and Alexander Borovsky, Jaimie Ellin Forbes, Susan Tumarkin Goodman, Robert C. Morgan, Maria Valyaeva

 

Preface by Elisabeth Kessin Berman, Laurel Spencer Forsythe and Susan Hoeltzel

 

$30

Peter d'Agostino: Interactivity & Intervention, 1978-99

 

Essays by Robert Atkins, Peter d'Agostino, Margaret Morse, David Tafler, and Anthony Fragola

 

$20

 

Gallery notes are also available. These four to eight-page brochures are available for

$2.00 each plus shipping and handling.

 

Femininity in Contemporary Asian Art: If the Shoe Fits... and Vernal Visions
Lezley Saar: Paintings from the Rap Series
Natalya Nesterova: Russian Wanderings
Edith DeChiara: Informed by Nature
Edwine Seymour: Island Possessed/Vodou in Haiti
Lisa Corrine Davis: Index
Contemporary Masks from the Kuba Region of Congo: Selections from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service/Lehman College Study Collection
Alice Adams: Public Projects
New Works: En Foco's Photography Awards for 1999
In View of Nature: Nine artists explore ideas about nature as a medium and a subject.
Paintings in Real Time: A Video Installation by Jaime Davidovich
Contemporary Chinese Art and the Literary Culture of China: Chinese Artists Living in the West and Six Artists from China
Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons: A Town Portrait and Spoken Softly with Mama
Close To Home: Various artists inspired by the poetry, labor, romance, and humor of domestic life.
Convergences/Convergencias: Caribbean, Latin American and North American
Physical Evidence: An Exploration of Corporeal Presence
Botanica: The Secret Life of Plants
Jorge Tacla: Memory of Place
Robert Wilson: Transmutation of Archetypes
Black Printmakers and the WPA
Collage: New Applications
Friends and Neighbors: The Art of John Ahearn and Rigoberto Torres
Selections: From the Slide Registry
The Bronx Celebrates: Whitfield Lovell
Mayakovsky: Man or Myth?
Pa'lante: Political Works from the Collection of El Museo del Barrio
Art at the Edge: Elisa D'arrigo
Luis Camnitzer: Retrospective Exhibition, 1965-1990
Catalina Parra: In Retrospect
Convergences/Convergencias: Caribbean • Latin American • North American
Rambusch: Craft and Design
Urban Paradise: Gardens in the City
The Works of Rigoberto Torres
Douglas Davis: Interactions
Fact, Fiction and Truth: Contemporary Portraits
The Encompassing Eye: Photography as Drawing
Anaida Hernández: Hasta que la muerte nos separe (Till death do us part)
Reclaiming Paradise: American Women Photograph The Land
Cristo: Wrapped Walkways, Loose Park, Kansas City, Missouri, 1977-78
Latin American Art in the U.S.: Latin or American?