Tekst: Joan Simon
Aantal pagina’s: 206
Illustraties: Kleur en zwart-wit
Uitgever: Abrams, 1991
This award-winning study explores the life and work of Susan Rothenberg, “a major talent” (Robert Hughes, Time) who is “one of the best artists of her generation” (Michael Kimmelman, The New York Times) and “our best painter’s painter” (Peter Plagens, Newsweek). Illustrated with original documentary photographs and nearly 90 colorplates, including three gatefolds, the book puts Rothenberg’s arresting images of horses, body fragments, dancers, and spinners in context — and examines how her personal emblems and experiences figure in her work.