Published in 1931, CIOPW includes 99 examples of Cummings’s visual art in charcoal, ink, oil, pencil, and watercolor.
A new volume of Donald Judd’s art criticism contains previously published essays, rejected ones, and choice passages from his notebooks.
First performed in 1965, Robert Whitman’s “Prune. Flat.” contrasts cinematic images with live performers to create its own kind of theater.
Some of us didn’t need letters from him, because he trusted us to do what we did without requiring his instruction or encouragement.
In the course of writing The Rise and Fall of Artists’ SoHo (Routledge), I read several earlier books about lofts and artists in lower Manhattan. The most embarrassing by far, in spite of some research worth crediting, was Sharon Zukin’s Loft Living: Culture and Capital in Urban Change.