New York School Abstract Expressionists:
Artists Choice by Artists

Reproduction of art work by Albert Kotin:
pages: 206-209





"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED" ~ CHOICE, current reviews for academic libraries, February  2001: 
"The book is unique; it can be used as a reference for artists'  biographies, for exhibition documentation, or as the history of a specific artistic movement.General readers; undergraduates through faculty."  
Readers’ opinion: " Almost Perfect - Very Important!  Best and Most Complete Study of The NY School to Date! " ~Amazon.com 

 

American Abstract Expressionism of the 1950s: 

​An Illustrated Survey


Reproduction of art work by Albert Kotin:
pages: 190-193




OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC TITLE ~ CHOICE current reviews for academic libraries, July/August, 2003
"This excellent publication builds on the earlier [above] publication. It has broadened the scope to include artists from throughout the US, rectified...omission of African American artists... and concentrated on 88 artists...excellent layout and superb photographs. Highly recommended" 



American Abstract and Figurative Expressionism:
Style is Timely Art is Timeless

      

Reproduction of art work by Albert Kotin:
pages: 140-143






"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED" ~ CHOICE, current reviews for academic libraries, January,  2010:
 "Libraries supporting both studio and art history programs at the lower undergraduate and above; general readers." 

     

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 Albert Kotin American Abstract Expressionist of the 1950s         

 
Library Binding with index. 356 pages,
131 full-pages color art reproductions.
Publisher: New York School Press, Limited;
First edition (October 1, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0967799430
ISBN-13: 978-0967799438    

 

              
Top Customer Reviews: 

amazon.com 5.0 out of 5 stars
An incredible monograph!
By Stootz, Art Lover on September 20, 2016
Format: Library Binding
This isn't my first review of a NY School Press book. I get incredibly excited and anxious when I hear a new title comes out. Ms Herskovic's books are incredibly accurate due to her research. Its not what "Joe tells Susan". Its digging for the truth. What appears is a sumptuous, fact filled, tour d'force. I have always heard of Albert Kotin but had no idea of the breadth of his work. From his easel paintings and murals with the WPA to his breathtaking Abstract Expressionist canvases, you get to see the journey of an incredibly gifted artist. You do not have to know that he was one of the major artists of the New York School and participated in all the Annuals. Just turn the pages and you know you are in the midst of greatness. Large color photographs, over 350 pages, and artist's statements, letters from his famous artist friends, fine portraits, and period photos, take you on a journey through the difficult hard working life of a very special talent!

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Review by Rachel Jagareski April 25, 2017
CLARION REVIEW ART / EDUCATION
Clarion Rating: 5 out of 5

"This book does much to elevate Albert Kotin into his rightful place alongside the other greats of abstract expressionism.

Marika Herskovic has gifted the art world with a well-researched monograph on Albert Kotin, a Russian-born American artist who was one of the first generation of abstract expressionists working and exhibiting in postwar New York City. Albert Kotin: American Abstract Expressionist of the 1950silluminates its subject’s prolific artistic output, and details his relationships with other New York School artists and writers during this exciting period.
​.........Herskovic’s survey of Kotin’s oeuvre is not only a well-documented work of scholarship, but it also heralds the importance of this previously fairly unknown modern American artist. It includes an unearthed 1964 New York Herald-Tribune review of a one-man exhibition of Kotin’s work at the Byron Gallery: “Though neglected, Kotin’s statement has the unmistakable ring of truth and conviction.” This book does much to elevate the artist into his rightful place alongside the other greats of abstract expressionism."

 

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