Barnett Newman's writings reveal him to be an impassioned and articulate analyst of art and society who never hesitated to make his views known and always stood by them. To understand Newman's unique place in the culture of the twentieth century, we must know both his paintings and his words—a knowledge made possible by this long-awaited volume.
"Barnett Newman [1905-1970] was a thinker who chose to develop his ideas both in painting and in writing. He was also a citizen who made his acts of painting and writing political. And he was an artist."—Richard Schiff, from the Introduction
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John P. O'Neill is Editor-in-Chief at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Richard Schiff is Professor of Art at the University of Texas, Austin.Review:
"Barnett Newman regarded himself, with reason, as an embattled artist, someone who had to speak out and speak plainly if he was to be given his due. . . . None too soon, the evidence for all this has been assembled and decked out with the facts that many a younger reader will need." -- John Russell, New York Times Book Review
"Should be read not only by fans of Newman's art, but by anyone who is interested in the cultural affairs of this century." -- Yve-Alain Bois, Art in America
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