On the occasion of the traveling retrospective, "Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry," currently on view at New York's Jewish Museum through September 24, we looked back in our archives for this 1980 essay by historian Linda Nochlin. Stettheimer (1871–1944) is a consummate figure of the Jazz Age in New York. Read more
"Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art" was a landmark exhibition at New York's Whitney Museum of American Art organized by curator Thelma Golden in 1994. Art historian Linda Nochlin lauded the show in our March 1995 issue. In her essay Nochlin not only discusses the exhibition's dissection of stereotype and caricature in depictions of black men, but also describes how it taught her to look differently at historical Read more
To reflect on the legacy of American abstract painter Ellsworth Kelly, who died on Dec. 27, we take a look back on Linda Nochlin's "Kelly: Making Abstraction Anew," published on the occasion of his Guggenheim Museum retrospective (Oct. 15, 1996-Jan. 15, 1997), in our March 1997 issue. Read more
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