Joan Mitchell On Mitchell
Published by Cheim & Read (2018), with text by David Anfam. Read more.
Excerpted from "Joan Mitchell: Lady Painter" by Patricia Albers: "One of Joan's favorite haunts, the smoke-and stale beer-perfumed San Remo had black- and- white tiled floors, a pressed-tin ceiling, a dark-mirrored bar, and a clientele that included James Agee, Miles Davis, Judith Malina, Tennessee Williams, and young New York poets. There painter Jane Freilicher used to observe Joan and Mike across the room--she in jeans and the talismanic long leather coat- smoking, drinking, huddling conspiratorially over a little table, and looking 'very French New Wave.'" Read more.
Published by Steidl Hauser & Wirth (2007), with essay by Helen Molesworth. The book is 64 pages with 17 color plates of Mitchell's work. Read more.
Published by Cheim & Read (2005), with an essay by Klaus Kertess. Read more.
Published by Cheim & Read (2002), with essay by Nathan Kernan. Read more.
Published by University of California Press (2002)with essays by Jane Livingston, Linda Nochlin and Yvette Lee. This catalog accompanied the 2002 Whitney Retrospective. Read more.