ELIZABETH WANG GALLERY: The First Decade
Celebrating Gallery's 10th Anniversary
New York City.
88 pp., illus. (40 color illustrations, 52 black & white). It is a history of the Gallery's evolution as well as a tribute to the major artists and friends who have been associated with the Gallery during the past ten years.
Accompanied by incisive introductions from noted art experts including: Richard M. Barnhart, Alexandra Munroe, S. Dillon Ripley, David Shapiro and Bertha Saunders.
The Elizabeth Wang Gallery presents a few highly selective exhibitions per year, each with a full-color catalogue illustrating each of the works in the show. In addition, most catalogues contain biographical information on the artists represented in the exhibition and scholarly notes. Selected publications available for purchase from the Elizabeth Wang Gallery.
For information on titles not listed here, please contact the Gallery.
Premier Gallery Exhibition, June 1994
16 pp., illus. (5 color illustrations, 1 black & white). Introduction "Mu Xin, Briefly" by Alexandra Munroe, with three short poems written by Mu Xin.
MU XIN -
Landscapes of the Mind
Celebrating Elizabeth Wang Gallery's 5th Anniversary Gallery Exhibition, September 1998
16pp., illus. (5 color illustrations, 5 black & white). Introduction by Elizabeth B. Wang, with one of Chen Chi's poem.
CHEN CHI -
Commemorating the First World Cultural Summit 2000
Retrospective Exhibition, Chateau de Versailles, France
104 pp., illus. (30 color illustrations, 1 black & white). Introduction by Bertha Saunders, with Appendix by Ma Chengyuan and Wang Zongguang.
CHEN CHI -
Aquarelles de Chen Chi
Commemorating the World Economic Forum, Beijing 2004
104 pp., illus. (40 color illustrations, 1 black & white).
Introduction by Professor Richard M. Barnhart, Edited
by Elizabeth Knight, includes Chronology and selected
Bibliography compiled by Professor Toming Jiu Jun.
MU XIN -
Celebrating Life & Art of Mu Xin
Gallery Exhibition, September 1997
20 pp., illus. (2 color illustrations, 9 black & white). Preface by Professor Richard M. Barnhart, Introduction by Elizabeth Wang.
This exhibition was the last one-man show for Wang Fangyu before his death following heart surgery.
Wang Fangyu -
Spirit and Form
Gallery Exhibition, March 1996
20 pp., illus. (11 color illustrations, 2 black & white). Introduction "On the Paintings of Zhiyuan Cong: The Tao of Basketball" by David Shapiro.
ZHIYUAN CONG -
Nature and Spirit