The Perception of Appearance | A Decade of Contemporary American Figure Drawing
By Norman Lundin
Designed by Charla Reid
Edited by Richard V. West and Debra J. Byrne
This volume was published by the Frye Art Museum in associated with the University of Washington Press in conjunction with its exhibition The Perception of Appearance: A Decade of Contemporary American Figure Drawing (June 29–September 22, 2002). Organized by its guest curator Norman Lundin, this exhibition featured contemporary artists including William Beckman, Jane Fisher, Dan Kirchhefer, Peggy Macnamara, Phillip Pearlstein, Robert Schultz and Ruth Weisberg, among others.
The artists associated with this exhibition demonstrate traditional drawing skills in the works presented. The works are “perceptual” in that they are drawn from direct observation or call upon those skills that we associate with observation.
This catalogue includes an introduction by Norman Lundin and a curatorial debate between Norman Lundin and Debra Byrne. along with full-color illustrations including the entirety of works from the exhibition and artist summary biographies.
143 pages, 106 color illustrations
9.5 x 8 in.
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