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New & Notable Additions to the AAPG Library

The Smithsonian American Art/National Portrait Gallery Library (AAPG) would like to share some of its recent additions to its collections:

Powerup Power Up: Female Pop Art. Angela Stief. Wien : Kunsthalle ; Cologne : DuMont Buchverlag, c2010.
Contents: Female pop art- an introduction/Gerald Matt – Power up – back to the future/ Angela Steif – Other(s’) pop: the return of the repressed of two discourses / Kalliopi Minioudaki – Anke Kempkes on Evelyne Axell – Martin Walker on Niki de Saint Phalle – Belinda Grace Gardner on Christa Dichgans – Sid Sachs on Rosalyn Drexler – Aaron Rose on Sister Corita – Thomas Miessgang on Kiki Kogelnik – Mark Rappolt on Jann Hanworth – Thomas Miesggag on Dorothy Iannonne – Belinda Grace Gardner on Marisol – Appendix.

Subject: Axell, Evelyne, 1935-1972 – Exhibitions –Corita, 1918 – 1986 –Exhibitions –Dichgans, Christa, 1940 –Exhibitions — Drexler, Rosalyn –Exhibitions –Haworth, Jann –Exhibitions –Kogelnik, Kiki – Exhibitions –Marisol, 1930 –Exhibitions –Saint- Phalle, Niki de, 1930-2002 –Exhibitions — Pop art –Exhibitions — Women artists –20th century — Women artists –Catalogs –Feminism in art –Feminism and art. N6494.P6 S75 2010.

Lafarge John La Farge’s Second Paradise: Voyages in the South Seas, 1890-1891. Elizabeth Hodermarsky. Yale University Press, c2010.
Contents: A second paradise: John La Farge’s search for the sublime in the twilight of the American landscape movement / Elizabeth Hodermarsky – Exoticisms in the South Seas: John La Farge and Henry Adams encounter the Pacific / Elizabeth C. Childs – John La Farge’s South Seas sketchbooks: their nature and their significance / Henry Adams – Common ground: John La Farge and Paul Gauguin in Tahiti / Elizabeth C. Childs – Paradise remembered: the late windows of John La Farge / John Stuart Gordon.

Subject: La Garge, John, 1835 – 1920 – Exhibitions – – La Farge, John 1835-1920 – – Notebooks, sketchbooks, etc. –Exhibitions – – La Farge, John 1835-1910 –Travel –Oceania –Exhibitions – – Oceania –In art –Exhibitions. N40.1.L15 Y3 2010.

Warhol Andy Warhol Making Money. Andy Warhol 1928 – 1987. Skira Rizzoli Publications, Inc., c2010.
Contents: None.
Subject: Warhol, Andy, 1928-1987 – – Money in art – – Artists’ books. N40.1.W27 M33x 2010.

 

 

 

 

Roosevelt She Was One of Us: Eleanor Roosevelt and the American Worker. Brigid O’Farrell. Cornell University Press, c2010.
Contents: Why women should join unions – – Here comes Mrs. Roosevelt – – Practicing what you preach – – In her own way – – An essential element of freedom – – Pointing the way – – We have something to offer – – A revolutionary period – – Close to home.
Subject: Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962 – – Working class –United States –History –20th century – – Labor movement –United States –History –20th century – – Women in the labor movement –United States –History –20th century. CT275.R771 O3 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

Medicis America’s Medicis: the Rockefellers and Their Astonishing Cultural Legacy. Suzanne Lobel. HarperCollins Publishers, c2010.
Contents: Preamble: an Imperial nest –To the glory of God –A passion for Asia –Bridging the past and the present: The Oriental Institute, the Cairo Museum, the Metropolitan Museum’s Assyrian sculptures, and the Rockefeller Archaeological museum, Jerusalem –Rockefeller Center –Mother’s museum: MoMA, 1929-39 –The Cloisters –Colonial Williamsburg and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Museum of American Fold Art –MoMA  under Nelson A. Rockefeller’s stewardship, 1939-69 –A modest man assumes his birthright: the Asia Society and Lincoln Center –The Rockefeller Collection at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco – The Nelson A. Rockefeller Empire State Mall –David Rockefeller: the Museum of Modern Art and the JPMorgan-Chase Corporate Art Collection –In memoriam: the Michael C. Rockefeller Wing and the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center in San Antonio, Texas –Smaller gifts –Kykuit: on a clear day you can see forever.
Subject: Rockefeller family –art collections – – Rockefeller family –Art patronage – – Art patrons –United States – – Philanthropists –United States. CT275.R676 L6 2010.

 

Schneemann Correspondence Course: An Epistolary History of Carolee Schneemann and Her Circle. Carolee Schneemann, 1939-, Duke University Press, c2010.
Contents:  Introduction –The Letters 1956/1968 – 1969/1975 – 1976/1986 – 1987/1999.
Subject: Schneemann, Carolee, 1939 –Correspondence – – Artists –United States –Correspondence. N40.1.S36773 C6 2010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Swain Visual Sensations The Paintings of Robert Swain: 1967 – 2010. New York : Hunter College/Times Square Gallery, c2010.
Contents: Visual sensations/ by Gabriele Evertz – Artist statement/ by Robert  Swain – Color as content: Robert Swain and American art / by William C. Agee – Color Plates – Interview with Robert Swain / by Matthew Deleget.
Subject: Swain, Robert, 1940 –Exhibitions – – Swain, Robert, 1940 –Interviews – – Art –Psychology –Exhibitions. N40.1.S97 T5 2010.

 

 

 

 

—Doug Litts

Power Up: female pop art. Angela Stief. Wien : Kunsthalle ; Cologne : DuMont Buchverlag, c2010.

Contents: Female pop art- an introduction/Gerald Matt – Power up – back to the future/ Angela Steif – Other(s’) pop: the return of the repressed of two discourses / Kalliopi Minioudaki – Anke Kempkes on Evelyne Axell – Martin Walker on Niki de Saint Phalle – Belinda Grace Gardner on Christa Dichgans – Sid Sachs on Rosalyn Drexler – Aaron Rose on Sister Corita – Thomas Miessgang on Kiki Kogelnik – Mark Rappolt on Jann Hanworth – Thomas Miesggag on Dorothy Iannonne – Belinda Grace Gardner on Marisol – Appendix.

 

Subject: Axell, Evelyne, 1935-1972 – Exhibitions –Corita, 1918 – 1986 –Exhibitions –Dichgans, Christa, 1940 –Exhibitions — Drexler, Rosalyn –Exhibitions –Haworth, Jann –Exhibitions –Kogelnik, Kiki – Exhibitions –Marisol, 1930 –Exhibitions –Saint- Phalle, Niki de, 1930-2002 –Exhibitions — Pop art –Exhibitions — Women artists –20th century — Women artists –Catalogs –Feminism in art –Feminism and art. N6494.P6 S75 2010.

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