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Archives of American Art Blog

Read the first-hand perspectives from the staff who preserve and document the history of the visual arts in America.

  • Annette Leddy, the Gilbert and Ann Kinney New York Collector, highlights the Robert Pincus-Witten Papers, recently acquired by the Archives. The following essay was originally published in the Fall 2019 issue (vol. 58, no. 2) of the Archives of American Art Journal.
  • Art historian Laurette McCarthy explores connections between Walter Pach and modernists movements in Mexico, Paris, and New York. 
  • Curator of African American manuscripts Erin Jenoa Gilbert highlights the Renee V. Cox Papers, recently acquired by the Archives of American Art. The following essay was originally published in the Fall 2019 issue (vol. 58, no. 2) of the Archives of American Art Journal.
  • Writer Jordan McDonald on Howardena Pindell as a storyteller, and what her art asks of the viewer.
  • National collector Josh T. Franco highlights the George Tooker Papers, recently acquired by the Archives. The following essay was originally published in the Fall 2019 issue (vol. 58, no. 2) of the Archives of American Art Journal.

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