100 Boston Artists
This survey of 100 artists, including 463 color photos, features works ranging from large installations to hand-carved figures and from holographic images to carefully choreographed moving sculptures. The text includes an introductory essay from art critic Debbie Hagan and brief statements from each of the artists about their works.
100 Boston Painters
100 Boston Painters celebrates the wide-ranging talents, approaches, and personalities of the vibrant world of Boston arts. A labor of love by George Mason University Art Professor Chawky Frenn, this exciting new book features the work of artists selected by an extensive review of Boston arts, both past and present. Including an introductory essay by art critic Charles Giuliano, this volume provides insights into the roots of the arts in Boston, the city's tradition of painting, and the new directions that painters are pursuing. Brief statements supplement each artist's work with reflections about their inspirations and perspectives on their philosophies, influences, and accomplishments. From realism to expressionism and abstraction, this book covers a remarkable variety of works from well-known as well as upcoming and less recognized artists. This book is a valuable, enriching resource and a must-have for all art enthusiasts.
Art for Life's Sake
A hard cover, 186-page book, published by Fine Arts Consulting and Publishing in Beirut, Lebanon in 2005 with essays by: Donald Kuspit, one of America’s most distinguished art critics and winner of the prestigious Frank Jewett Mather Award for Distinction in Art Criticism; Mark Daniel Cohen, a New York City-based writer on art, aesthetics, and philosophy, and Coordinator of Graduate Studies at the European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Switzerland; John D. O'Hern, Executive Director and Curator of the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, NY; and Howard L. Resnikoff who has published on mathematics and history of science and art. He is a member of the Board of Governors of International University Bremen (“IUB”) and President of the IUB Foundation of America; Cesar Nammour, an art critic and publisher, co-founder of Gallery Les Cimaises in Zouk- Mosbeh (1987) and Art et Culture in Zouk Mosbeh (1993) in Lebanon; and Raphaël Karim Hamoudi who lives and works in Provence, Marseille, caring for handicapped people.
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A 72-page catalog published in 2000 to accompany the traveling exhibit ECCE HOMO. The award-winning catalog with 48 images in full color is enriched with essays by directors from the exhibiting institutions: JoEl Levy Logiudice from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN; Kirby Malone from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA; Kimberly Koller-Jones from the Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts in New Castle, PA; and Robbin Zella from the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport, CT; and by contributors from other institutions: John O'Hern, Director and Curator of the Arnot Art Museum in Elmira, NY; Dorothy Joiner, Coordinator of International Programs and Professor of Art History at State University of West Georgia in Carrolton, GA; and Patrick Bruneteaux, Researcher CNRS at Centre de Recherches Politiques de la Sorbonne, Paris, France.
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