A Family Affair – Modern and Contemporary American Art from the Anderson Collection at Stanford University
Published by Anderson Collection at Stanford University and Delmonico Books-Prestel
This catalog presents one of the most outstanding private collections of 20th-century American art in the world and tells the story of how the collection evolved and eventually found a new home at Stanford University. Jackson Pollock, Helen Frankenthaler, Willem de Kooning, Richard Diebenkorn, Frank Stella—these are just some of the artists represented in the renowned Anderson Collection. Featuring the original gift of 121 artworks by 86 artists, the book includes scholarly essays on the collectors, the collection, and the individual artists and artworks represented in this significant postwar and contemporary collection.
With writings by David Cateforis, Evelyn C. Hankins , Molly S. Hutton, Jason Linetzky, Branden W. Joseph , Gwen Allen, Carolyn Kastner, Alexander Nemerov, Karen M. Rapp, John Seed, and Rachel Teagle.
Available for purchase at the museum: $75 non members/$60 members.
2018 BRONZE MEDALIST – Fine Art Book Category
Independent Publisher Book Awards
Manuel Neri and the Assertion of Modern Figurative Sculpture
Published by Anderson Collection at Stanford University and Stanford University Press
Representing the breadth of the artist’s oeuvre, this book offers insights into the development of Manuel Neri’s sculpture and a fresh perspective on his contributions to contemporary art. With approximately 400 color images, it captures Neri’s engagement with modernism, tradition, and humanity’s struggle to understand itself. Writings include a foreword by Jason Linetzky, Director of the Anderson Collection, an introduction by Alexander Nemerov, the department chair and Carl and Marilynn Thoma Provostial Professor in the Arts and Humanities, Stanford’s Department of Art & Art History, and essays by noted scholar Bruce Nixon which all illustrate Neri’s lifelong involvement with the most creative traditions to capture the modern age—in all its contradictions, vulnerabilities, and possibilities—in the enduring mirror of the human body.
Available for purchase at the museum: $50 non-members, $40 members.