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Alex Katz
Author Carter Ratcliff
Edited by Vincent Katz

The definitive Alex Katz book, like his iconic paintings, is larger than life. With more than 300 images, many unpublished, and a searching profile by an art historian who has studied the painter for more than half a century, this monograph charts the development of Katz's singular American style.

2020 GOLD WINNER OF THE FOREWORD INDIES AWARD IN ART
 

Alex Katz has found his audience. It's not the first time. Over seven decades, the artist has developed his vision with determination as the tides of avant-garde and academic fashion ebbed and flowed. His first audience was other painters (including de Kooning and Philip Guston), and today, still, he is perhaps best understood by other artists: those who appreciate how difficult it is to make something so simple, so well. Working in a representational style while his classmates celebrated Abstract Expressionism, eschewing slick surfaces for a pared-down view while his peers went glossy with Pop, Katz cleaved to one vision, a few locations, and subjects. Katz's endurance and commitment to developing an original American style is explored in depth, from his boyhood influences to an artistic circle that included John Ashbery, Ted Berrigan, Lois Dodd, Kenneth Koch, Frank O'Hara, Fairfield Porter, Yvonne Rainer, Larry Rivers, and Paul Taylor.

Sketches, works on paper, and archival material selected by the artist's son, the poet Vincent Katz, give a fuller picture of the painter and his world. The more than 250 paintings--reproduced at an unprecedented scale--will be the most comprehensive collection available in a single publication.

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About The Author
Carter Ratcliff is an American art critic, writer, and poet. His books on art include John Singer Sargent, Robert Longo, The Fate of a Gesture: Jackson Pollock and Postwar American Art, and Andy Warhol: Portraits. Vincent Katz is a poet, translator, critic, editor, and curator. He is the author of thirteen books of poetry.

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Publish Date: October 13, 2020
Publisher: Rizzoli Electa
Trim Size: 29.5x29.5cm
Pages: 416

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