Annotated Bibliography on Prof. Edward J. Sullivan's English Works

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Published on February 23, 2014

Author: KaiAlexisSmithMSILS

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Slides from a presentation on New York University Professor Edward J. Sullivan's English language works for Theories and Methodologies in Art History class at Pratt Institute in fall 2012.
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An Annotated Bibliography of His Works in English Kai Alexis Smith HA-602 Theories and Methodologies in Art History Fall 2012

What is covered… – ™ Biography ™ Focus and Style ™ Dissertation ™ Major Works ™ Botero

Biography – Art ™  Helen Gould Sheppard Professor of History; Institute of Fine Arts. ™  Ph.D. 1979 (Fine Arts), M.A. 1975 (Fine Arts), M.A. 1972 (Spanish and Portuguese), B.A. 1971 (Fine Arts and Spanish and Portuguese), New York University. ™  Fellowships and Grants: –  –  –  –  Guggenheim Foundation Samuel H. Kress Foundation American Philosophical Society American Council of Learned Societies http://clacs.as.nyu.edu/object/EdwardSullivan.html

Biography - External Affiliations – ™  External Affiliations: –  Advisory committee, El Museo del Barrio –  Exhibition Committee, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey (Mexico) MARCO –  Honorary Committee, Fundacion Ludwig de Cuba –  Contributing Editor, Art Nexus –  Board, Mexican Cultural Institute of New York –  Honorary Associate, Hispanic Society of America –  Committee for Libraries and Archives, MoMA –  Multicultural Advisory Committee, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Focus and Style – ™  The Term Latin American was invented in France around 1860 and it has often been used to denote a common cultural heritage.” ™  Addresses Latin American Art stereotype. ™  Works educates about Latin American and Caribbean art and challenges stereotypes of countries and cultures in writing. ™  Style is not afflicted by the heavy handed academic jargon of many significant art historical studies. ™  Writing style makes work accessible to all – art historian or not. ™  Thoroughly research works with rich bibliographies.

Dissertation – ™  Claudio Coello and Late Baroque painting in Madrid. Thesis (Ph. D.)--New York University, Graduate School, 1979. –  PG. 8 ™  Baroque Painting in Madrid: the Contribution of Claudio Coello with a Catalogue Raisonné of His Works. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1986. ™  PG. 9

Major Works – ™ Julio Larraz. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1989. –  PG. 10

Major Works – ™ “Introduction to the Collection of European and American Paintings in the Taft Museum” and “The Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Spanish Paintings”. The Taft Museum: Its History and Collections. New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1995. –  PG. 12

Major Works – ™ Latin American Women Artists = Artistas Latinoamericanas : 1915-1995. Milwaukee, WI: Milwaukee Art Museum, 1995. –  PG. 12-13

Major Works – American Art in the ™ Latin Twentieth Century. London: Phaidon, 1996. –  PG. 13

Major Works – ™ Modern and Contemporary Art of the Dominican Republic. London: Academic & University Publishers Group, 1998. ™  PG. 14

Major Works – ™ Brazil: Body & Soul. New York, N.Y.: Guggenheim Museum, 2001. –  PG. 15

Major Works – ™ The Language of Objects in the Art of the Americas. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007. –  PG. 18

Major Works – ™ Caribbean: Art at the Crossroads of the World. Edited by Cullen, Deborah. New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press, 2012. ™  PG. 19

Botero – ™  Botero Sculpture. New York: Abbeville Press, 1986. –  PG. 9 ™  Fernando Botero: Drawings and Watercolors. New York, NY: Rizzoli, 1993. –  PG. 11 ™  Fernando Botero: Monograph & Catalogue Raisonné : Paintings 1975-1990. Lausanne: Acatos, 2000. ™  PG. 15 ™  The Baroque World of Fernando Botero. Alexandria, VA: Art Services International, 2006. –  PG. 17

Art Acknowledgement – ™ Ebony G. Patterson (Untitled Species I), 2010–2011, Collection of David Beitzel, New York. ™ Leo Matiz, Pavo real del mar (Peacock of the Sea), 1939, Ciénaga Grande, Colombia, digital reproduction; Courtesy Foundation Leo Matiz, Alejandra Matiz. ™ Enrique Grau Araujo’s (Mulata Cartagenera), 1940, Museo Nacional de Colombia, Columbia. ™ Unknown ( Edward J. Sullivan PhD staff photos), unknown, New York University, New York City.

– Leo Matiz, Pavo real del mar (Peacock of the Sea), 1939, Ciénaga Grande, Colombia, digital reproduction; Courtesy Foundation Leo Matiz, Alejandra Matiz.

Prof. Edward J. Sullivan –of His Works in English An Annotated Bibliography Kai Alexis Smith Kaialexis@gmail.com www.linkedin.com/in/kaialexissmith/ http://www.slideshare.net/KaiAlexisSmithMSILS @KaiAlexisSmith

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