A CURATOR'S QUEST: Building the Collection of Painting and Sculpture of The Museum of Modern Art, 1967-1988
The curator, critic, collector, art historian, and teacher William Rubin was a forceful presence for over two decades at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) from the late 1960s through the 1980s. Beginning with an account of his life in art, Rubin here showcases and discusses his most important exhibitions, his most memorable acquisitions, and his relationships with a variety of distinguished art collectors. Filled cover to cover with stunning art pieces.
Publishing status: Current
Size: 9½x10¾ inches
Item #: 4547322