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Sarah Cain — Music Book

Liz Collins — Energy Field

Teaching and Learning with Museum Exhibitions: Innovations across the Disciplines

At the book’s core is the belief that popular visual culture is powerful and can not only denigrate but also elevate.

Opener 31: Tim Davis — When We Are Dancing (I Get Ideas)

Culture as Catalyst

Like Sugar

I was a double

Dona Nelson: Stand Alone Paintings

Accelerate: Access and Inclusion at The Tang Teaching Museum Vol 3

Opener 30: Njideka Akunyili Crosby — Predecessors

Staring Back at the Sun: Video Art from Israel, 1970-2012

Kamau Amu Patton: Tel_

Accelerate: Access and Inclusion at The Tang Teaching Museum Vol 2

Sixfold Symmetry: Pattern in Art and Science

The Second Buddha: Master of Time

Terry Adkins: Recital

Nicholas Krushenick: Electric Soup

Borrowed Light: Selections from the Jack Shear Collection

Accelerate: Access and Inclusion at The Tang Teaching Museum Vol 1

The Young Years

Alma Thomas

Machine Project

Opener 29: Arturo Herrera — Day Before

Opener 27: Beverly Semmes — FRP

Everything is Connected

Opener 28: Erika Verzutti — Mineral

Opener 26: Jeff Sonhouse — Slowmotion

Afflict the Comfortable

Opener 25: Hildur Ásgeirdóttir Jónsson

Classless Society

The Jewel Thief

Opener 23: Pam Lins — Denver Gold

Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent

Opener 24: Carrie Moyer — Pirate Jenny

Nancy Grossman: Tough Life Diary

Opener 22: Whiting Tennis

Environment and Object: Recent African Art

Opener 20: Paula Hayes — Understory

Opener 21: Suzanne Bocanegra — I Write the Songs

Twice Drawn: Modern and Contemporary Drawings in Context

Fred Tomaselli

Opener 18: Arlene Shechet — Blow by Blow

Amazement Park: Stan, Sara, and Johannes VanDerBeek

Opener 16: Oliver Herring — Me Us Them

Lives of the Hudson

Opener 17: Nicole Eisenman — The Way We Weren’t

Opener 19: Los Carpinteros

Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: A History

Molecules That Matter

Opener: 15 Amy Sillman — Third Person Singular

Opener 14: Dean Snyder — Almost Blue

Alloy of Love—Dario Robleto

Opener 12: Martin Kersels — Heavyweight Champion

Opener 13: Joseph Grigely — St. Cecilia

Joachim Schmid: Photoworks 1982–2007

Opener 11: Nina Katchadourian — All Forms of Attraction

Opener 9: Michael Oatman — A Lifetime of Service and a Mile of Thread

Opener 10: Kathy Butterly — Freaks and Beauties

Opener 8: Lee Boroson — Outer Limit

A Very Liquid Heaven

Richard Pettibone: A Retrospective

America Starts Here: Kate Ericson and Mel Ziegler

Body Parts: A Self-Portrait by John Coplans

Opener 6: Shahzia Sikander — Nemesis

Hair: Untangling a Social History

Paradise and Plumage: Chinese Connections in Tibetan Arhat Painting

Opener 7: Julia Jacquette — I Dreamt

Opener 4: Jim Hodges

Opener 5: Alyson Shotz — A Slight Magnification of Altered Things

Kara Walker: Narratives of a Negress

Opener 3: Nayland Blake — Some Kind of Love: Performance Video 1989-2002

Trisha Brown: Dance and Art in Dialogue 1961–2001

Brushing the Present: Contemporary Academy Painting from China

From Pop to Now: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection

Staging the Indian: The Politics of Representation

Opener 2: Paul Henry Ramirez — Elevatious Transcendsualistic

Chain Reaction: Rube Goldberg and Contemporary Art

The World According to the Newest and Most Exact Observations: Mapping Art and Science

Work: Shaker Design and Recent Art

Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution

Opener 1: Jonathan Seliger — Floor Model

David Miller: A Retrospective

S.O.S.: Scenes of Sounds

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About publications at the Tang

The Tang’s robust publication program extends the museum’s reach far beyond its walls and creates opportunities for ongoing research and learning. Through in-depth monographs, the Opener Series, faculty-curated interdisciplinary projects, and more, the Tang introduces artists and ideas to wider audiences and presents new scholarship that assert a position for these artists in the broader culture. The Tang’s exhibition catalogues re-present museum shows and are distinct works on their own. Produced in collaboration with acclaimed designers, the catalogues have earned national recognition from organizations such as American Institute of Graphic Arts and American Alliance of Museums.
Pattern by Madeleine Welsch ’17
Inspired by the exhibition Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent
The Tang Pattern Project celebrates the Museum’s 20th anniversary. Organized by Head of Design Jean Tschanz-Egger, past and current Tang Design Interns created patterns inspired by the Museum’s exhibition and event history.