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Exhibition catalogue presenting 99 textiles collected by Banoo and Jeevak Parpia. Foreword by Jagdish Mittal with contributions by Ellen Avril, Ruth Barnes, Sylvia Houghteling, Kaja McGowan, and Jeevak Parpia. 200 pages, hardcover.
Catalogue of the exhibition which traveled to the Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, in addition to the Johnson Museum. Winner of the College Art Association’s 2019 Alfred H. Barr Jr. Book Award for Smaller Museums, Libraries, Collections and Exhibitions; the 2018 Henry Allen Moe Prize for Catalogs of Distinction in the Arts; and an International Fine Print Dealers Association Book Award honorable mention. 224 pages, softcover.
Exhibition catalogue, which traveled to the Crocker Art Museum in addition to the Johnson Museum, with contributions by Nancy E. Green, Neil Harris, Hina Hirayama, Christopher Reed, Steve Ridgely, Alicia Volk, and Bert Winther-Tamaki. 296 pages, hardcover.
Collection catalogue of gemstones, jewelry, and watches assembled by Edward Arthur Metzger, son of Herman “Ham” Metzger, Cornell Class of 1921, which was bequeathed to the Johnson Museum. 415 pages, hardcover.
Illustrated with 200 images and featuring essays by noted scholars in the fields of American art history and the Arts and Crafts movement, this book traces the origins of Byrdcliffe as nothing less than the cultural nucleus of one of America’s most legendary small towns. Edited by curator Nancy E. Green, this catalogue accompanied a 2004 exhibition organized by the Johnson Museum of Art. 248 pages, 2015 hardcover edition.
This companion catalogue to an acclaimed exhibition organized by the Johnson Museum of Art in includes more than 300 illustrations and essays by Bloomsbury scholars Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, Mark Hussey, Benjamin Harvey, Christopher Reed, and curator Nancy E. Green. 272 pages, hardcover.